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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTIONS: CLASSROOM LANGUAGE (Two weeks) (Six Lessons)
Unit Purpose:
* To provide students with some basic classroom language THAT WILL ENABLE THEM TO COMMUNICATE IN English at all time during their foreign language lessons.
Social Practices:
1. Greeting people and responding to greetings.
2. Communicating in the classroom.
3. Maintaining communication in orout of the classroom.
Lesson 1Greetings and responding to greetings (hello, how are you?... | Lesson 2Classroom language (close the door, may I come in?, asking for permission, following instructions, etc.) | Lesson 3Alphabet (How do you spell….?) |
Lesson 4Numbers 1-31 | Lesson 5Days of the week.Months of the years. | Lesson 6Talking about the date (What’s the date today?...) |

UNIT ONEPERSONAL IDENTIFICATION (Six weeks) (18 lessons)
Unit purpose:
* To enable students to introduce themselves and others, and to exchange personal details.
Social practices:
1. Introducing yourself and other people.
2. Living and obtaining factual information of a personal and non-personal kind.
Lesson 1Introducing yourself and others. (What’s your name?.First/last name) | Lesson2Giving information about other people. (What’s his name?. Personal details. | Lesson 3Asking and answering about age (How old are you?, how old is he/she? | Lesson 4Talking about birthday and age (When’s your birthday?) |
Lesson 5Talking about where people are from (I’m from….Countries, nationalities) | Lesson 6Talking about famous people (Where is he/she from?) | Lesson 7Talking aboutfamilies(family members, numbers 32-100) | Lesson 8Talking about occupations (chef, doctor, mechanic, a/an, the…) |
Lesson 9Asking about occupations (What do you do?, What’s does he/she do?) | Lesson 10Identifying people (demonstratives this/that) | Lesson 11Completing an application form. Understanding quotidian texts. Writing e-mail (focus on reading and writing) | Lesson 12Recognizing cognates |
Lesson13Use the dictionary | Lesson 14Listen and read to organize a conversation. | Lesson 15Dialogues. | Lesson 16Dialogues. |
Lesson 17Review. | Lesson 18Evaluation. | | |

UNIT TWO
ACTIONS IN PROGRESS (8 weeks) (24 Lessons)
Unit purpose:
* To enable students to give and obtaining information about possessions and to describe actions that are in progress at the moment of speaking.
SocialPractices:
1. Asking and answering questions about personal possessions.
2. Describing what people are wearing and / or doing at the moment of speaking.
Lesson 1Asking about colors (clothes) | Lesson 2Describing clothes (Her jeans are blue…) (Singular and plural nouns) | Lesson 3Describing what people are wearing (Mike is wearing jeans…) | Lesson 4Talking about personal possessions(Mary’s dress is green…) (possessive-‘s) |
Lesson 5Talking about people and thins that are near and far away (demonstratives: this /that these/those) | Lesson 6Asking questions using demonstratives. Talking about possessions (Is this your pen?) (Possessive adjectives: my, your, his…) | Lesson 7Asking and answering about action in progress (What are you doing?) (Present Progressive) | Lesson8Writing an informal e-mail (I am watching Tv) (Present progressive) |
Lesson 9Talking about people and what they are doing (What’s he/she doing?) | Lesson 10Describing what people are doing? (What are they doing?) | Lesson 11Asking and answering about groups of the people and what are they doing (Is Mary wearing sneakers?) | Lesson 12Asking and wearing about wearing about groups of people and whatthey are doing (Are they making hot dogs?) |
Lesson 13Talking about people and what they are not doing ( He’s not working) | Lesson 14Talking about how people feel (She’s happy) (adjectives of state) | Lesson 15Talking about the location of personal possessions (It’s on the chair) (Preposition in, under, on) | Lesson 16Talking about the location of people (John is sitting next to...
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