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“AGORA” ACADEMY
GUAYAQUIL

ACADEMIC ANNUAL PLAN

I. INFORMATIVE DATAS
Academic Area: Foreign Language
Subject: English
English Teacher: Mr. Ronnie Romo García
Age: 27 years old
Grades: 2nd and 3rd Years of Basic Education
Hours per week: 9 hours
Annual Hours: 9 x 32 = 288 hours
School – Year: 2010-2011Language English Text: Star Players Book 1 - Richmond Publishing
Science English Text: Blue Planet No. 1 - Richmond Publishing
English Level: (A2)

II. GENERAL OBJECTIVES
• To develop the four skills of the English Language on students to get a good
English as a tool into the academic schedules for high school will help to develop students skills in order to use this importantlanguage as part of their lives and it will serve as a base of improving their proficiency in upper courses, specialized academies or traveling aboard, which help them to have an important tool in their professional lives or in their jobs.
• To use the English Language as a daily way of communication in our social and cultural life.
• To develop the four skills of the English Language onstudents to get a good communication with other people.

III. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
• Have students look for ways to express themselves in English according to their level, using the vocabulary, grammar structures, and other skills developed in class during the year.
• Keep students involve in the English communication through encouraging language use most classroom time, in order to they use itdaily.

IV. ABILITIES
• To get the students participate in different fields of the life.
• To understand oral instructions.
• To pronounce the words correctly.
• To write clearly, using the grammar structure and rules given.
• To speak the English Language using an excellent pronunciation.

V. ACADEMIC CONTENTS

Star Players No. 1
UNIT # 1: School Fun
LANGUAGE ARTS
GRAMMAR➢ Present Simple: to be
➢ Personal Pronouns
➢ Possessive adjectives
➢ Articles: a/an

VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATION
➢ Countries and nationalities
➢ Occupations, Numbers 1-20
➢ Sports, The alphabet

LISTENING
➢ Listening to an interview for specific information
➢ History of music: Queen – we will rock you. (Rock)

SPEAKING
➢ Greetings andfarewells

SCIENCE
➢ Scanning documents for specific information
➢ Giving own opinion about an article
➢ Getting main ideas and supporting details

TOTAL HOURS 25 hours

Star Players No. 1
UNIT # 2: Family Time

LANGUAGE ARTS
GRAMMAR
➢ There is / There are
➢ How many…?
➢ Present Simple: to have
➢ Prepositions of places
➢ Describing people
➢Talking about places

VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATION
➢ Places in a town
➢ Rooms in a house, Furniture
➢ Family members
➢ Numbers 21 – 100, Colors

LISTENING
➢ Listening for prediction
➢ Listening to a dialogue for specific information
➢ Listening for sequence
➢ History of music: Bonnie Taylor – Total eclipse of the heart.

SPEAKING
➢ Describingplaces

LEARNING SKILLS
➢ Labeling objects to memorize vocabulary

SCIENCE
➢ Scanning documents for specific information
➢ Giving own opinion about an article
➢ Getting main ideas and supporting details

TOTAL HOURS 25 hours

Star Players No. 1
UNIT # 3: My Pet

LANGUAGE ARTS
GRAMMAR
➢ Demonstrative pronouns: this, these
➢ Plural forms
➢ Wh-questions: When, Who, How many, What
➢ Imperative
➢ Present simple: to like
➢ Connectors and, but, or
➢ Telling time: Classroom language

VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATION
➢ School objects and subjects
➢ Days of the week
➢ Sports, Musical genres
➢ Plural endings

LISTENING
➢ Listening for gist
➢ Listening to classroom dialogues for specific...
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