Moderna Plus – Língua Inglesa

Ricardo Luiz Teixeira de Almeida
Código da Coleção: 0164P21093
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Proposta pedagógica
  • ‘A obra da Editora Moderna, contemplada pelo PNLD 2021, privilegia a compreensão e a produção de textos orais, escritos e visuais de gêneros discursivos diversos.
  • Valoriza o papel ativo dos estudantes no processo educativo.
  • Motiva a reflexão sobre os usos da língua inglesa em diferentes contextos.
  • Possibilita a ampliação das próprias vivências por meio do contato com diferentes formas de ver o mundo.
  • Favorecem a consolidação de posicionamentos críticos em relação aos temas discutidos.
  • ‘Moderna Plus – Língua Inglesa’ aborda a língua inglesa a partir da realidade dos jovens do Ensino Médio, com destaque para o mundo digital.
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Conteúdo programático

Unit 0

Hands-on – p. 12

Inglês em seu dia a dia – p. 13

Você já sabe – p. 14

Teste seus conhecimentos – p. 15

Saiba + – p. 17

“Professor/a, o que é pra fazer?” – p. 18

Unit 1

Interacting – p. 20

Discourse genre: note.

Theme: social interaction in everyday life.

First of all – p. 21

Inside the language – p. 27

Grammatical synthesis – p. 29

Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives – p. 29

Present simple – Verb to be – p. 29

Imperative – p. 29

Writing – p. 30

Your turn – p. 31

Unit 2

When I feel like I already know that – p. 32

Discourse genre: study hacks video.

Theme: education and study.

First of all – p. 33

Inside the language – p. 39

Grammatical synthesis – p. 41

Present simple – p. 41

Noun phrases – p. 41

Speaking – p. 42

Your turn – p. 43

Practicing the language. 1 – p. 44 

Unit 3

Laugh and think about technology – p. 46

Discourse genre: meme.

Theme: technology in the contemporary world.

First of all – p. 47

Inside the text – p. 50

Inside the language – p. 53

Grammatical synthesis – p. 55

Present continuous – p. 55

Present simple: negative and interrogative forms – p. 55

Adverbs of frequency – p. 55

Writing – p. 56

Your turn – p. 57

Unit 4

Young black lives matter – p. 58

Discourse genre: dialogue scene between classmates.

Theme: the prominence and leadership of black youth.

First of all  – p. 59

Time to listen – p. 60

Inside the language – p. 65

Grammatical synthesis – p. 67

Prepositions of time – p. 67

Genitive case or possessive case – p. 67

Short answers (present simple) – p. 67

Speaking – p. 68

Your turn  – p. 69

Practicing the language 2 – p. 70

Unit 5

Reduce, reuse, recycle – p. 72

Discourse genre: infographic.

Theme: natural resources, waste management and the environment.

First of all – p. 73

Inside the text – p. 76

Grammatical synthesis – p. 80

Plural nouns – p. 80

Articles – p. 81

Comparative and superlative forms of adjectives – p. 81

Writing – p. 82

Your turn – p. 83

Unit 6

A woman ́s place is where she  wants to be – p. 84

Discourse genre: report.

Theme: the role of women in society.

First of all – p. 85

Inside the text – p. 87

Inside the language – p. 91

Grammatical synthesis – p. 93

There is/There are – p. 93

Comparative and superlative forms of irregular adjectives – p. 93

Modal verb can – p. 93

Speaking – p. 94

Your turn – p. 95

Practicing the language 3 – p. 96

Unit 7

Eat well, feel good – p. 98

Discourse genre: brochure.

Theme: food, health and society.

First of all – p. 99

Time to read – p. 100

Inside the text – p. 102

Inside the language – p. 105

Grammatical synthesis – p. 107

Countable and uncountable nouns – p. 107

Partitives – p. 107

Quantifiers – p. 107

Writing – p. 108

Your turn – p. 109

Unit 8

A better place to live – p. 110

Discourse genre: news story.

Theme: improving the place where we live.

First of all – p. 111

Time to listen – p. 112

Inside the language – p. 117

Grammatical synthesis – p. 119

Past simple – Regular verbs – p. 119

Past simple – Verb to be – p. 119

Short answers with the verb to be in the past simple – p. 119

Linking words (Connectors) – p. 119

Speaking – p. 120

Your turn – p. 121

Practicing the language 4 – p. 122

Unit 9

Find your voice, change the world – p. 124

Discourse genre: feature article.

Theme: arts festivals and cultural activism.

First of all – p. 125

Time to read – p. 126

Inside the language – p. 131

Grammatical synthesis – p. 132

Past simple: negative and interrogative forms – p. 132

Short answers (past simple) – p. 133

Adjectives related to emotions – p. 133

Adjectives + prepositions – p. 133

Writing – p. 134

Your turn – p. 135

 

Unit 10

We are all humans, we all have the same rights – p. 136

Discourse genre: podcast episode.

Theme: human rights.

First of all – p. 137

Time to listen – p. 138

Inside the language – p. 143

Grammatical synthesis – p. 145

Past simple – Irregular verbs – p. 145

Have to – p. 145

Adverbs of manner – p. 145

Speaking – p. 146

Your turn – p. 147

Practicing the language 5 – p. 148

Unit 11

Life in possible futures – p. 150

Discourse genre: science news article.

Theme: life in the future.

First of all – p. 151

Time to read – p. 152

Inside the language – p. 157

Grammatical synthesis – p. 159

Future simple – p. 159

Making requests and invitations – p. 159

Future with going to – p. 159

Predictions with will vs. predictions with going to – p. 159

Writing – p. 160

Your turn – p. 161

Unit 12

The art of feeling the words – p. 162

Discourse genre: flash fiction.

Theme: the literary world.

First of all – p. 163

Time to listen – p. 164

Inside the language – p. 169

Grammatical synthesis – p. 171

Past continuous – p. 171

There was/There were – p. 171

Giving directions – p. 171

Speaking – p. 172

Your turn – p. 173

Practicing the language 6 – p. 174

Unit 13

Education forall – p. 176

Discourse genre: school rules and regulations.

Theme: education.

First of all – p. 177

Time to read – p. 178

Inside the text – p. 180

Inside the language – p. 183

Grammatical synthesis – p. 185

Zero conditional – p. 185

First conditional – p. 185

Modal verbs must and may not – p. 185

Writing – p. 186

Your turn – p. 187

Unit 14

Take care of your health and protect others – p. 188

Discourse genre: interview.

Theme: preventing the spread of diseases.

First of all – p. 189

Time to listen – p. 190

Inside the language – p. 195

Grammatical synthesis – p. 197

Modal verbs can, could, may, might and should – p. 197

Speaking – p. 198

Your turn – p. 199

Practicing the language 7 – p. 200

Unit 15

Would you like to be treated that way? – p. 202

Discourse genre: personal account.

Theme: bullying, empathy and solidarity.

First of all – p. 203

Time to read – p. 204

Inside the language – p. 209

Grammatical synthesis – p. 211

When and while – p. 211

Would like – p. 211

Writing – p. 212

Your turn – p. 213

Unit 16

Ordinary people, extraordinary lives – p. 214

Discourse genre: inspiring story.

Theme: inspirational life stories.

First of all – p. 215

Time to listen – p. 216

Inside the text – p. 217

Inside the language – p. 221

Grammatical synthesis – p. 223

Demonstratives – p. 223

Object pronouns – p. 223

Speaking – p. 224

Your turn – p. 225

Practicing the language 8 – p. 226

Unit 17

What are you going to do after finishing school? – p. 228

Discourse genre: motivation letter.

Theme: life plans. First of all.

Time to read – p. 230

Inside the language – p. 235

Grammatical synthesis – p. 237

Verb patterns: verbs followed by infinitive – p. 238

About the text – p. 238

Your turn – p. 239

Unit 18

The world of work – p. 240

Discourse genre: video résumé.

Theme: work in the contemporary world.

First of all – p. 241

Time to listen – p. 242

Inside the language – p. 247

Grammatical synthesis – p. 249

Verb patterns: verbs and phrases followed  by -ing form and/or by infinitive – p. 249

Speaking – p. 250

About thetext – p. 250

Your turn – p. 251

Practicing the language 9 – p. 252
Apêndices – p. 254

Seu livro e a BNCC – p. 254

List of numbers – p. 261

List of irregular verbs – p. 262

Sugestões de referências complementares para pesquisa ou consulta – p. 265

Referências bibliográficas comentadas – p. 271

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