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UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLOGICA DE HONDURAS PLANTILLA PARA DESARROLLO DE CONTENIDO Module # 2__ I. General Information Subject: English IV CODE: INE-0207 Credit Units: 3 Module Duration: 10 days Specific Objectives: - The student will be able to learn vocabulary for describing food and talking about recipes. - Students will learn vocabulary to talk about relationships and dating. Skills to Develop: Practice correct vocabulary for describing food and relationships. Brief Description of the Forum: After reading the material, the student will be able to participate in the discussion forum and: 1. Practice the reading segments of conversations use it in conversation form in the forum. Brief Description of Activities: The student will practice conversations using the vocabulary learned. Homework Description: Workbook Activities from your Textbook: Open Mind Level 2B- Unit 7 & 8 Homework Template Module No. 2 II. Content Food Vocabulary
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UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLOGICA DE HONDURAS PLANTILLA PARA DESARROLLO DE CONTENIDO INTRODUCTION III. Content Development 1. Food Vocabulary Food is wonderful. Sharing meals with family and friends can bring people together, and remind us of old traditions. We can also build new traditions with food, and make friends by trying new things together. Food is also a good way to introduce people to a new culture.
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