INTRODUCTIONS: CLASSROOM LANGUAGE (Two weeks) (Six Lessons)
* To provide students with some basic classroom language THAT WILL ENABLE THEM TO COMMUNICATE IN English at all time during their foreign language lessons.
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)
* To enable students to introduce themselves and others, and to exchange personal details.
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. | | |
ACTIONS IN PROGRESS (8 weeks) (24 Lessons)
* To enable students to give and obtaining information about possessions and to describe actions that are in progress at the moment of speaking.
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...