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Scoala Gheorghe Banea Macin

Disciplina : Limba engleza


Clasa a VIII-a 2h/sapt.
Profesor :

Liliana Gheorghe
PROIECTAREA PE UNITATI DE INVATARE CLASA: a VIII a
MANUAL: SNAPSHOT INTERMEDIATE

UNIT 1

Families
EVALUATION

UNITS

AND

DETAILS

SEEING DOUBLE -

Interview

Show interest or surprise


Express feelings
Give personal information
Express agreement /
disagreement
o
Write about themselves
o
Start and maintain a
conversation
o
Write informal letters
o
o
o
o

Present simple and


continuous

Present perfect
simple with time
adverbials for and since

Verbs not normally


used in the continuous
tenses

AIMS

1.1 to observe the

order of the events


from a clearly
articulated message
2.2 - make up
simple questions
3.1 to anticipate
the theme/subject of
a text using the title,
key words, images
etc.
3.4 to deduce from
the context the
meaning of some
unknown lexical
elements
4.1 to write short
texts using linking
words

TEACHING

LEARNING

Listening, Reading, Speaking and


Writing
- Guessing exercise
- Listen and read
- Useful phrases - listen and repeat
- Grammar

Textbook
Pictures
Notebook
Blackboard

Individual
work
Pair work

TI
ME

2h

Oral practice
Discussion
and debate
Writing

snapshot - make rules

- Complete the letter with the correct tense


- Complete the sentences with for and
since and the correct form of the verb in
brackets
- Complete the sentences with the correct
tense of the verbs in brackets
- Phrasal

RESOURCES

verbs with get

Reading, Speaking and Writing

"Seeing Double"
- Memory bank - family relationships
- Guess the meaning of words
- Vocabulary exercises - relationships
- Talk about
- Communication - keep a conversation going
- Write a short description of the partner based
on the given description of a person
- Write an informal letter using the cues

Textbook
Notebook
Blackboard
Portfolio

Individual
work
Pair work

1h

Oral practice
Discussion
and debate
Writing
Homework

UNIT 2 Nepal

Trek

ON TOP OF THE WORLD -

journal
o
Talk about past journeys
o
Express feelings and states
o
Make suggestions, express opinions
and give solid argumentation
o
Ask and give details and
explanations
o
Ask, give or refuse permission

Past simple and


present perfect

The definite article


and the zero article

Phrasal verbs with


go

FAST REWIND UNITS 1


AND 2

1.1 to observe the


order of the events
from a clearly
articulated message
2.3 to talk about
people, facts and
events, using simple
sentences
3.1 to anticipate
the theme/subject of
a text using the title,
key words, images
etc.
4.2 to write short,
familiar messages

Reading, Speaking, Listening and


Writing
- Guessing exercise - guess the meaning of
the words
- true or false exercises
- Phrasal

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Individual
work

2h

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

1h

Individual
work

1h

Oral practice
Discussion
and debate
Homework

Verbs with go

- Talk about trips


- Grammar

snapshot - make rules


- List each time expression under the correct
tense heading
- Exercises using the past tense and the present
perfect
Reading, Writing, Speaking and
Listening
- Travel Vocabulary
- Exercises using the travel vocabulary - write
paragraphs about a train journey and a boat trip
- Interaction - make an interview
- Write a description of a trip or a journey
- Exercises using the definite or indefinite
article
- Listen and read
- Asking, giving and refusing permission

- choose the correct verb to complete the text


- complete the sentences with the past simple or the present perfect simple
form of the verbs in brackets
- complete sentences with the definite article or the zero article
- rewrite sentences
- complete sentences with correct verbal phrases
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

Oral practice
Discussion
and debate
Homework
Writing

Portfolio

Textbook

Homework
Writing

UNIT 3

Lucky Day?

GLASGOW BOYS AMAZING WIN


narrative

o
Describe a place
o
Collect and organise ideas
o
Talk about the past
o
Express a desire, a preference
o
Write about personal experiences
o
Announce and respond to good and
bad news
o
Write a narrative composition

Past simple
Time clauses with

when, while, as soon as, before, after

Word building from


verbs of emotion

Phrasal verbs with


give

1.1 to observe the


order of the events
from a clearly
articulated message
2.3 to talk about
people, facts and
events, using simple
sentences
3.1 to anticipate
the theme/subject of
a text using the title,
key words, images
etc.
3.3 to extract
specific information
from a text in order
to solve a simple
task
4.3 to write simple
instructions for
every day situations
with immediate
communication

Reading, Speaking and Writing

- Multiple choice exercise


- Vocabulary exercises
- Word building from verbs of emotion:
chart and chose the correct word exercises
- Phrasal verbs with give

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

1h

Oral practice
Writing
Homework

Reading, Writing and Speaking


- Grammar

Oral practice
Discussion
and debate
Writing

snapshot: make rules

- A strange vanishing act complete the


story with the correct form of the verbs
past simple, past continuous and past
perfect
- How do you explain it? write a
description of an occasion when good or bad
things happened
- Write a description of an occasion when
some good or bad news was announced in the
family
- "True/false questions"

Textbook
Board
Notebook
Grammar
book
Portfolio

Individual
work
PW

1h

Individual
work

2h

Oral practice
Debate
Writing
Homework

Reading, Speaking and Writing


- Rewrite a story, making it more
interesting
- Write a story about an event where
something went wrong

Textbook
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Portfolio

UNIT 4 Fancy

seeing you again!

MEET A TEEN DIVA -

newspaper article
o
o

Give, accept and refuse invitations


Express feelings and states

1.1 to observe the

order of the events


from a clearly
articulated message
2.2 make up simple

Reading, Speaking and


Writing
- Listen and read the dialogue
- Answer the questions

Textbook
Board
Grammar
book
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

1h

Oral
practice
Discussion
Homework
Writing

o
o
o
o
o

Collect and organise ideas


Talk about the future
Talk about hobbies
Talk about themselves
Characterise actions or persons

Future with will/wont,


may/might, going to or present continuous

Adjectives and
prepositions

FAST REWIND UNITS 3


AND 4

UNIT 5

questions
3.1 to anticipate
the theme/subject of
a text using the title,
key words, images
etc.
3.3 to extract
specific information
from a text in order
to solve a simple
task

- Grammar

snapshot - make rules


- Write a response using the correct form
of will, may/might, going to or the present
continuous
- Before reading think of famous people
- Meet a teen diva" - read the text and
guess the meaning of the words
- complete the factfile for Charlotte
-talking about very young artists

4.3 to write simple


instructions for
every day situations
with immediate
communication

Speaking, Listening, Reading


and Writing

- vocabulary exercises adjectives and


prepositions
- discussion over the text
- guess the meanings of the words
- complete a fact file for the character of
the story
- true or false exercises
- writing exercises

- complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets
- choose the correct form of the verb in each sentence
- rephrasing
- complete the sentences using the correct part of speech from the verbs in
brackets
- complete the sentences using each of the adjectives
- work in pairs - dialogue
- progress update

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

1h

Oral
practice
Discussion
Homework
Writing

Portfolio

Textbook

Individual
work

1h

Individual
work

2h

Writing

The thirty-nine steps

THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS by

John Buchan
narrative

Consolidation of language
skills

1.1 to observe the

order of the events


from a clearly
articulated message
2.2 make up simple
questions
3.3 to extract
specific information

Reading, Listening, Speaking


and Writing

- read and listen to the text and answer


the questions
- word

study - find words and phrases


which mean the same as the given ones
- present

participle as sentence

Textbook
Board
Notebook
Portfolio

Oral
practice
Discussion
and debate
Homework
Writing

from a text in order to


solve a simple task
5.2 to manifest
curiosity and interest
for knowing some
aspects of the AngloSaxon customs

THE BIG PICTURE 1 //


TIME OFF

UNIT 6

2.2 make up simple


questions
2.4 to describe
people, places, images,
and events, in simple
sentences
3.2 to draw out the
main ideas from a
short informational
text
4.3 to write simple
instructions for every
day situations with
immediate
communication

linkers
- write the milkman's statement to the
police using the present participle of the
verbs

Speaking, Reading, and Writing


- explain the picture
- discuss
- answer the questions
- roleplay
- project work - create a poster

Textbook
Board
Notebook
Portfolio

Individual
work
PW
GW

1h

Oral
practice
Discussion
and debate
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

2h

Oral
practice
Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

1h

Oral
practice
Discussion

Edinburgh

EDINBURGH
o
Ask and give details and
explanations
o
Ask and give directions
o
Express a desire
o
Describe a place

Clauses and linkers


of contrast: although, however, in
spite of/despite + gerund (- ing)

Special uncountable
nouns

1.2 -to find out the


general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at
a normal speed
2.2-make up simple
questions
3.2 to draw out the
main ideas from a
short informational
text
4.2 to write short,
familiar messages
5.1 to manifest
interest for knowing

Reading, Listening, Speaking


and Writing

- Read the text and guess which person


said
- Listen and complete the notes
- Special uncountable nouns - complete the
sentences

snapshot - make rules


- Rewrite the sentences with although,
however and in spite of/despite
- Memory bank - places in towns
- Write a short paragraph criticising one
aspect of the home town or capital city

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book
Grammar
book

- Grammar

Listening, Reading, Speaking

- Listen, read and answer the questions

Textbook
Board
Notebook

some aspects of
Anglo-Saxon
geographical space

- Listen and repeat


- Memory bank - clothes
- Talk about the questions
- Listen and read - shopping for clothes
- Make a conversation using the given
phrases

Writing skills - Description of a

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Grammar
Homework
Writing
Individual
work
PW

Portfolio

place

UNIT 7

Mind haw you go

MIND HOW YOU GO

1.1 to observe the


order of the events from
a clearly articulated
message
1.2-to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed

Comparison of
adjectives and adverbs

Comparatives with

2.3 to talk about


people, facts and
events, using simple
sentences

o
Ask and give details and
explanations
o
Give, accept and question or refuse
advice
o
Express discontent

Verbs should(nt), ought(nt)


to, had better (not)

much, a lot, far

Comparative
phrases: the the

Obligation and
prohibitions with verbs
must, have (got) to, neednt

look

Phrasal verbs with

3.1 to anticipate the


theme/subject of a text
using the title, key
words, images etc.
4.3 to write simple
instructions for
everyday situations
with immediate
communication

Listening, Reading, Speaking


and Writing
- Listen and read
- "True/False" questions
- Listen and repeat
- Vocabulary - motorbikes and cars
- Phrasal

verbs with look


- Grammar flash - Verbs

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book
Grammar
book

Individual
work
PW
Gw

Oral
practice
Discussion
1h Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
2h Grammar
Homework
Writing

should(nt), ought(nt) to, had better (not)


- Communication - listen, read and
complete the tasks

Reading, Speaking , Listening


and Writing

"Who Takes the greatest


risks?"
- Before reading complete the tasks
- Read and guess the meaning of the
words
- Grammar snapshot - make rules
- Complete the sentences by making
comparisons
- Discuss about people
- Listen to an interview
- Write a paragraph
Reading, Speaking and Writing

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Portfolio
Textbook
Board
Notebook
Portfolio

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
1h Grammar
Homework
Writing

- Grammar

snapshot - make rules


- Complete the instructions below
- Write a rules for young people in school
FAST REWIND UNITS 6
AND 7

UNIT 8

Agree and disagree


Formulate hypothesis
Ask and give an opinion

First conditional

if/unless clause + ll (will)/wont

Textbook
Individual
work

1h Homework
Writing

Ready for lift of

READY FOR LIFT OFF


o
o
o

- choose the correct modal verbs for the sentences


- make comparisons
- rewrite the sentences
- complete the second sentence and keep the meaning
- odd one out
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

First conditional:

imperative clauses with conjunction or

Time clauses in the


future with when/as soon as

Personality
adjectives

1.1 to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly
articulated
message
1.2-to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the
context the meaning of
some unknown lexical
elements
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words

Reading, Speaking and Writing


- Before reading complete the tasks
- "True/False" questions
- In pairs complete the questionnaire
- Vocabulary - personality

adjectives - match each positive

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book

Individual
work

PW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
1h Writing

adjective with the negative one

Listening, Reading, Speaking


and Writing
- Listen and read
- "True/False" questions
- Useful phrases - listen and repeat
- Grammar

snapshot - make

Textbook
Grammar
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Board
Notebook

Individual
work

Textbook
Board
Notebook

Individual
work

PW

Discussion
2h Grammar
Homework
Writing

rules
- Use conditionals to give warnings in
three ways
- Grammar

flash - make rules

- Complete the sentences about the


future with the correct form of the verb
in brackets
- Write an e-mail
- memory bank - jobs and occupations

Portfolio

PW

Discussion
1h Grammar
Homework
Writing

communication - listen and read

- Writing skills - semi - formal


letters

UNIT 9

Star quality

STAR QUALITY

No stranger
to Hollywood Newspaper Interview
o
Ask for and give positive and
negative opinions
o
Characterise persons
o
Ask and give an opinion

Defining and nondefining relative clauses


with who(m), which, that, where, whose

Present perfect
simple and continuous

Adjectives
formation with endings
y, - ive, - ful, - ent, - ant, - (i)ous, - ic

take

Phrasal verbs with

Reading, Speaking, Listening and


Writing
1.3 to select particular
information from a clear
oral message
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.1 to anticipate the
theme/subject of a text
using the title, key
words, images etc.
3.4 to deduce from the
context the meaning of
some unknown lexical
elements

- Before reading complete the tasks


- Read the article and find words and
phrases which mean the same as the
following
- Vocabulary - adjectives

formation with endings - y, -ive,


-ful, -ent, - ant, (i)ous, -ic - make adjectives
by matching the first part of each word
with the correct ending
- Discuss
- Listen and answer the questions
- Phrasal

verbs with take

Reading, Speaking, Writing and


Listening
- Grammar

snapshot - make

rules
- Join the sentences in two ways with and
without using who or which/that
- Memory bank - types of films
- Write a sentences about the film stars;
write about the favourite film or film star
- Communication - listen and read
- Grammar

snapshot - make rules


- Complete the conversation with the
present perfect simple or continuous form
of the verb in brackets
- Match the questions with the answers
- complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
1h Writing

Textbook
Grammar
book
Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW
GW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
3h Writing

Portfolio

FAST REWIND UNITS 8


AND 9

UNIT 10

- match the sentences halves


- use the cues to rewrite the sentences as one sentence
- complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first
one
- choose the correct prefix
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

Consolidation of language
skills

1.1 to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message

Reading, Speaking, Listening and


Writing

2.2- make up simple


questions

- word

3.3 to extract specific


information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
5.2 to manifest
curiosity and interest for
knowing some aspects of
the Anglo-Saxon
customs

THE BIG PICTURE 2 //


EDUCATION FOR LIFE

1h
Homework
Writing

- read and listen to the text and answer


the questions

study complete the

sentences with an appropriate adjective


- first

person narrative - write a


paragraph in the first person about pilgrim
from the point of view of Tom booker,
grace or Annie.
Speaking, Reading, and Writing

- explain the picture


- discuss
- answer the questions/- role play
- project work - create a website or a
display to present your school

Textbook
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Exercise
book

Textbook
Grammar
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Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

Individual
work
PW
GW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing
Discussion
Grammar
Homework

3
Writing

Portfolio

I wish...

The new materialists


newspaper article
o
o

Individual
work

The horse whisperer

The horse
whispere by
Nicholas Evans
- narrative

UNIT 11

Textbook

Agree and disagree


Formulate hypothesis

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated

Listening,Reading, Speaking and


Writing

- Read the text and check the meaning of

Textbook
Board
Exercise

Individual
work

Discussion
1h Grammar

Ask and give an opinion

message

Causative have
Second conditional:

1.2 to find out the


general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed

if/unless clause + d (would)/wouldnt

I wish/If only +Past


tense

Verb need +Gerund /


perfect infinitive

Phrasal verbs with


turn

2.3 to talk about people,


facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the
context the meaning of
some unknown lexical
elements t
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words

UNIT 12

- Vocabulary electrical

equipment
- Grammar snapshot - make rules
- Use second conditional
- Grammar

book

PW

Homework
Writing

Textbook
Grammar
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Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
2h Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
1h Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

1h

flash - make rules

- Complete the sentences about the


causative have
- Write about wishes- If only/I wish+Past
Tense
- passive with need+Gerund/perfect inf.
- phrasal verbs with turn
communication - listen and read- reporting
faults/responding

Reading, Speaking and Writing

- Writing skills discursive

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Portfoli
o

compositions- short magazine articles

Regrets

Liams story
magazine article
o
o
o

new words
- Answer the questions
- In pairs complete the questionnaire

Agree and disagree


Formulate hypothesis
Ask and give an opinion

Modals in the past :


should have +V3rd form

Verbs make, let, be


allowed to

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message
1.2 to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences

Listening,Reading, Speaking and


Writing
- Read the text and check the meaning of
new words
- Answer the questions
- In pairs discuss the main ideas
-elicit ideas and discuss the questions
-

Grammar snapshot

- Use modals in the Past for regrets- should

have+V3rd form
-discuss the situation in the article
-write a letter to the magazine giving your
opinion
- Complete the sentences about the make,

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Exercise
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Textbook

Grammar
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Notebook

Individual
work
PW
2h

Textbook
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Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing
Discussion
Grammar
Homework


I wish/If only +Past
perfect

Phrasal verbs with


make

3.3 to extract specific


information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the
context the meaning of
some unknown lexical
elements t

let, be allowed to
- Write about wishes- If only/I wish+Past
Perfect
- phrasal verbs with make
communication - listen and readcriticising/ making
excuses,apologising,accept apologisies

Notebook

Individual
work
PW

Writing

Portfoli
o

4.1 to write short texts


using linking words

FAST REWIND UNITS 11


AND 12

UNIT 13

Textbook

Individual
work

1h
Homework
Writing

Guess who?

Physical appearance
o
o
o
mood

- complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in


brackets
- match the sentences halves
- use the cues to rewrite the sentences as one sentence
- complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the
first one
- choose the correct prefix
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

Physical appearance
Personality and mood adjectives
Ask and talk about personality and

Modals for drawing


conclusions: must/cant

Verbs seem, look,


sound or like/as if

Adjective word
order

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message
1.2 to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the

Listening,Reading, Speaking and


Writing
- Read the text and check the meaning of
new words
- Answer the questions
- describe the appearance of famous people
-Vocabulary- physical details
-

Grammar flash

- Use modals for conclusions- must/cant


-put the adjectives in the correct order
- Complete the sentences with seem, look,
sound and use like/as if
- match the words given with an opposite
meaning

Listen and Read

-communication - listen and read- asking


about personalities and giving opinion

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Exercise
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Grammar
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Notebook

Textbook
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Notebook

Individual
work
PW

1h Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

2h Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

1h Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

context the meaning of


some unknown lexical
elements t
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words

UNIT 14

Portfoli
o

They emigrated to the U.S.A

The story of The


clearances
o
history
o
o
o
o

-use the notes to write a paragraph


describing peoples appearance
Writing skills: descriptive composition
-write about a person you admire

Background notes about British


Culture clash
Talking about ancestors
Agree or refuse with reason
Making polite requests

Verbs : used to/ be


used to/ get used to

Clauses of purpose
with to, in order (not)
to, so that

Noun formation
with endings :
-ing, -ion, -ment, -ance,
-ence, -ness

FAST REWIND UNITS 13


AND 14

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message
1.2 to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the
context the meaning of
some unknown
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words
lexical elements

Listening,Reading, Speaking and


Writing
- Read the text and check the meaning of
new words
- Answer the questions
- talking about different events in the
history

Grammar snapshot clauses of


purpose
- join the sentences with to, in order to, so
that
-write a letter giving reasons for emigrating
- discuss the letters
-rewrite the sentences with- used to/be used
to/get used to
-talk about the differences
-

Vocabulary-make nouns from the verbs and adjectives

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Exercise
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Grammar
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Notebook

Individual
work
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Discussion
1h Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
Grammar
2h Homework
Writing

Portfoli
o

Discussion
Grammar
1h

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Notebook

Individual
work
PW

Homework
Writing

using the endings


-complete the sentences with the nouns that
you have made

- complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in


brackets
- match the sentences halves
- use the cues to rewrite the sentences as one sentence

Textbook

Individual
work

1h Homework
Writing

- complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the


first one
- choose the correct prefix
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

UNIT 15

Heat and dust

Heat and dust narrative

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message

Consolidation of language
skills

1.2 to find out the


general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed

HE BIG PICTURE 3 //
CRIME AND
PUNISHMENT

3.3 to extract specific


information from a text
in order to solve a simple
task
5.2 to manifest
curiosity and interest for
knowing some aspects of
the Anglo-Saxon
customs

Reading, Speaking, Listening


and Writing
- read and listen to the text and answer
the questions
-find synonym words and phrases
- word

word

study choose the appropriate

person narrative - write a


paragraph in the first person about first
impressions from another country
Speaking, Reading, and Writing
- explain the picture
- discuss the things might be unusual or
difficult to get used to if someone go to
live in other country

- project work - create rules and


directions for young people
-write a short report about
crime amongst young people in your
country

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book

Individual
work
PW
GW

1h Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing
Discussion
Grammar
1h Homework

- first

- discuss about major or minor crime


- causes for crime

UNIT 16

Individual
work
PW

Struggle for survival

Textbook
Grammar
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Board
Notebook

Portfoli
o

Writing

Sea turtles in danger


o
o
o
o
o
o

The environment
Wildlife information
Wildlife protection
Endangered species
Agree or disagree suggestions
Making suggestions

The Passive : all


tenses ;with modals,
gerunds and infinitives

Phrasal verbs and


expresions with do

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message
1.2 to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text in
order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the

context the meaning of


some unknown
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words in
lexical elements

FAST REWIND UNITS 15


AND 16

UNIT 17

- Read the text and check the meaning of


new words
- Answer the questions
- talking about environment, wildlife,
endangered species
-

Grammar snapshot the passive

- complete with the correct passive form


-write a news report using the prompts and
ideas in the SB

Vocabulary- environment
-make verbs from nouns

-suggest actions that you can take to be


more environment friendly
-write a short news report about an
incident (real or imaginary)
- complete the sentences with phrases and
expressions with do
Writing skills: letters of application
-write a letter of application for a job

- complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets
- match the sentences halves
- use the cues to rewrite the sentences as one sentence
- complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first one
- choose the correct prefix
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

Textbook
Board
Exercise
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Textbook
Grammar
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Board
Notebook
Textbook
Board
Notebook

Portfoli
o

Discussion
Grammar
1h Homework
Writing
Individual
work
PW

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
2h Writing
Discussion
Grammar
Homework
1h Writing

Individual
work
PW

Textbook

Individual
work

Textbook
Board
Exercise

Individual
work
PW

1h

Homework
Writing

Dont panic !

High-level performance
o
o

Listening,Reading, Speaking and


Writing

Sports and sports locations


Sports items, verbs and people

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message

Listening,Reading, Speaking and


Writing

1h Discussion
Grammar

o
o
o

Expressing regrets about the past


Agree or disagree suggedtions
Making helpful suggestions

Third conditional :
if clause
+d(would)/might/could
have

Regrets about the


past :

I wish/If only +Past


perfect

Phrasal verbs and


expresions with keep

UNIT 18 -

1.2 to find out the


general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a
normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text in
order to solve a simple
task
3.4 to deduce from the

context the meaning of


some unknown
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words in
lexical elements

I dont believe

Reported speech :
statements and

Grammar snapshot third

conditional
- complete with the correct form
-write a news report using the prompts and
ideas in the SB

-Grammar flash-

I wish/If only
+Past perfect for regrets about the past
-Vocabulary- sports and locations
-write a background note about sports
terms
-suggest actions that can help
-write a short news report about a spots
person
- complete the sentences with phrases and
expressions with keep

1.1 -to observe the order


of the events from a
clearly articulated
message
1.2 to find out the
general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation
clearly pronounced, at a

book
Textbook
Grammar
book
Board
Notebook
Textbook
Board
Notebook

Homework
Writing
Individual
work
PW

Discussion
2h Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
1h Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

1h Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Portfoli
o

it !
Listening,Reading, Speaking and
Writing

Instant marriage
magazine article
o
Agree or disagree
o
Elicit the main ideas
o
Giving own opinions about the
topic
o
Report news
o
Speculate about the past, agree and
disagree

- Read the text and check the meaning of


new words
- Answer the questions /complete the
notes
- talking about sports and famous people

- Read the text and check the meaning of


new words
- Answer the questions
- talking about major decisions in life
-giving opinions

Grammar snapshot reported


speech
- report the news, statements or questions
-write a news report using the prompts and
ideas in the SB using different verbs of
reporting
-

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book

Textbook
Grammar
book
Board
Notebook

Individual
work
PW

Individual
work

Discussion
2h Grammar
Homework
Writing
Discussion
Grammar

questions

Modals in the past


for drawing
conclusions : must have,
might have, cant have

Verbs of
reporting :various structures

Verbs of speaking :

say/talk/ tell

Grammar flash-

normal speed
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences

3.3 to extract specific


information from a text in
order to solve a simple
task

Vocabulary- environment

3.4 to deduce from the

context the meaning of


some unknown
4.1 to write short texts
using linking words in
lexical elements

must have/might
have/ cant have for drawing conclusions
-speculate about the past
-agree or disagree

Textbook
Board

-complete the sentences with the correct


form of a verb of speaking : say/talk/.tell
-write a short news report about an event
(real or imaginary)
-Write a letter to a friend telling him/her
about a date, describing the person you met
and tell what you said to each other

Notebook

Writing skills

PW
1h
Individual
work

Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Portfoli
o

Reports

-write a report giving peoples opinions of a


new multi-screen cinema in your town

UNIT 19

Caught in the Net

The symptoms of
Internet addiction
o
o
o
topic
o
o
o

Internet background
Elicit the main ideas
Giving own opinions about the
Report news
Express and accept thanks
Computer technology

Future tenses :
Future Continuous and
Future Perfect

Short answers with


verb +so/not

Phrasal verbs with


run

1.2 to find out the


general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation clearly
pronounced, at a normal
speed
1.3 to select particular
information from a clear
oral message
2.1 to formulate
affirmative, negative and
interrogative utterances
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.2 to draw out the main
ideas from a short
informational text
4.2 to write short,
familiar messages
4.5 to give written
answers to questions
regarding
texts
or
personal experiences

Listening,Reading, Speaking
and Writing
- Read the text and check the meaning of new
words
- Answer the questions
- talking about technology in our life
-giving opinions
- Grammar snapshot future
tenses
- complete with the correct future form
-talk about what we will have done by....
- Grammar flash- short answers with
verb +so/not
-discuss predictions for future in five/ten years
time

Vocabulary- computer
technology

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book
Textbook
Grammar
book
Board
Notebook

Internet and e-mail


-express and accept thanks
Writing write two letters in different styles

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Individual
work
PW

2h
Textbook
Board

Discussion
Grammar

Individual
work
PW

1h

Notebook
Individual
work

-complete the sentences with the correct word

Listen and read talk about the

1h

Portfoli
o

Homework
Writing

FAST REWIND UNITS 18


AND 19

UNIT 20
Harry

- complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets
- match the sentences halves
- use the cues to rewrite the sentences as one sentence
- complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first one
- choose the correct prefix
- communication - work in pairs
- progress update

Textbook

Individual work

1h

Homework
Writing

1h

Discussion
Grammar
Homework
Writing

Harry

by Rosemary Timperley

- narrative
Consolidation of language
skills

THE BIG PICTURE 4 //


IS IT REALLY SPORT ?

1.2 to find out the


general meaning of a
simple message/of an
usual conversation clearly
pronounced, at a normal
speed
1.3 to select particular
information from a clear
oral message
2.3 to talk about people,
facts and events, using
simple sentences
3.2 to draw out the main
ideas from a short
informational text
3.3 to extract specific
information from a text in
order to solve a simple
task
4.2 to write short,
familiar messages
4.5 to give written
answers to questions
regarding texts or
personal experiences

Reading, Speaking, Listening


and Writing
- read and listen to the text and answer the
questions
- ghost stories
-discuss the questions
- first person narrative -write a similar paragraph
- style in the first person narrative

Speaking, Reading, and


Writing
- explain the picture
- suggest the end of the story

- discuss about particular/ certain sports that


involves animals or birds
- traditions between preserved and cruelty
- role play
- project work prepare a newspaper
advertisement about the TV programme

Textbook
Board
Exercise
book

Textbook
Grammar
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Board
Notebook

Portfol
io

Individual
work
PW

1h
Individual
work
PW
GW

Discussion
Grammar
Homework

Writing