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5th form: total 62/98 hours

Specific Competences Indicators (SCI) and SubCompetences (SC)

SCI

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Unit I
Lesson 1

Grammar

1.1.Indentifying the general (global) meaning


of an oral message, presented clearly and at an
average speed.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
the students families.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of the
students families.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Simple Present be

Comparison Area

5.Comparing the ways of giving an address.

Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (family members) to exchange simple
information.
2.4.Providing a short and fluent description of
the students family members.
7.Cooperating with classmates to fulfill some

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Getting Acquainted

02.09

04.09

Ex.2 p.6

Dialogue

Talking about the students


families:
Ex.3,7p.6-7

Texts

Text: Meet My Family:


Ex.4,8p.6-7

Writing the students profiles


Ex.9p.7

Ex.10p.7
Comparison
s
Lesson 2

Spoken Interaction
and Culture

Date

SC

Term 1

Listening

Hour
s

Dialogue

Weve got a family


Talking about the students
family members:
Ex.3,5,9p.8-9

09.09

Notes

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar
Integrated Skill
Combinations

study activities, showing responsibility,


respect and tolerance in the course of
communication.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.

Ex.2p.8

4.4. Editing a short text based on familiar


topics.
Using Simple Present have got.

Writing about a family tree:


Ex.7p.9
Ex.8p.9

1.Identifying simple expressions similar to the


ones in the students mother-tongue in simple
written and spoken sentences.

Ex.6p.9

Lesson 3
Spoken Interaction

2.1.Asking for and using information about


the Royal Family.

Dialogue

Reading and
Culture

Texts

Grammar

3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a


message (silent reading).
3.5.Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
6.Knowledge of famous people of the target
language community.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Possessive Case and Simple Present.

Integrated Sill
Combinations

4.Correctly writing and pronouncing numbers


in the course of study activities.

Written Interaction

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.

11.09

16.09

Talking about the Royal


Family:
Ex.5,7p.11
Choosing a title for the text:
Ex.3p.10

Ex.2p.10
Ex.6p.11
Do You Know That?: p.11
Lesson 4

Listening

Meet the Royal Family

Jobs

Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction

Grammar
Initial Evaluation

2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (jobs) to exchange simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and their jobs.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
4.2.Providing a complete and clear description
of a person or event.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Simple Present.

Dialogue

Describing occupations and


peoples qualities:
Ex.2,6,7,8p.12-13
Ex.4p.12
Ex.5p.13

Simple Present:Ex.9p.13

-Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in


the course of the previous year.

Diagnostic Test-Paper

Lesson 5
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar
Culture and
Integrated Skill
Combinations

2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (rooms and furniture) to exchange
simple information.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5.Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.2.Providing a complete and clear description
of a house.
Using There is/are

Dialogue

Texts

18.09

23.09

Text: My Aunts House:


Ex.2p.14

Writing about house:


Ex.3p.14
Ex.8p.15

3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which


belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.
6.Listening to and interpreting songs for
children.
1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short
oral message.

Talking about rooms and


furniture: Ex.1,4,5,6,7p.14-15

Learning the rhyme:


Pronunciation Guide: p.14

Lesson 6
Listening

My Aunts House

Houses, Houses
Ex.2p.16

Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations
Grammar

2.2.Prticipating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (houses and buildings) to exchange
simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
houses and buildings.
3.1.Identifying the type of a text.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.3.Providing a description of a house or a flat
(according to a given plan).
2.Drawing and explaining a plan.
Using Articles and Wh-questions.

Dialogue

Talking about houses and


buildings: Ex.1,3,4,5p.16

Ex.6p.17

Writing a description of a
house or a flat: Ex.9p.17
Ex.7,8p.17
Lesson 7

Listening
Speaking
Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations
Grammar

1.3.Defining a logical order of events in a


short, clearly presented text.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (household duties) to exchange simple
information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
household duties.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).

Dialogue

Talking about household


duties:
Ex.1,3,4,5,7p.18-19

Texts

Text: Household Duties


Ex.2p.18

4.3.Providing a description of the students


house-hold duties (according to a given plan).
3.Drawing pictures and collages in the course
of study activities.
Using Articles.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue of a familiar
topic (the story) to exchange simple
information.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.

25.09

30.09

Ex.6p.19

Writing about the students


household duties:
Ex.9p.19
Articles: Ex.8p.19
Lesson 8

Spoken Interaction

Household Duties

Dialogue

Reading Together
Discussing the main
characters and events of the
story.

Reading

Written Interaction

3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a


message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text
3.5.Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.4.Editing short texts based on a familiar
topics.

Texts

Test: The Ghost in the


Elevator:
Ex.2p.20

Ex.6p.21
Lesson 9

Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction

Integrated Skill
Combinations
Evaluation

2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic to exchange simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
3.3.Extracting the main idea from and
unknown text.
4.2.Providing a complete and clear description
of a person or event.
4.4.Editing short texts based of a familiar
topics.
3.Drawing pictures and collages in the course
of study activities.
- Practical application of knowledge and
skills acquired while studying this unit.

Dialogue

Round Up

Ex.8p.23

Project Work: Ex.9p.23


Test-Paper No.1

Lesson 1

Spoken Interaction

1.2.Eliciting specific information from short


oral message.
2.1.Asking for and using information about

02.10

1.Talking about the students


classmates: Ex.2p.22
2.Talking about families and
family members: Ex.5p.22
Ex.7p.23

Unit II
Listening

11
School
Ex.5p.25

Dialogue

Talking about school:

07.10

and Culture

Reading
Grammar

people and activities related to the students


immediate environment.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (school) to exchange simple
information.
1.Indentifying and respecting the norms of
verbal and non-verbal communication while
interacting orally and in written form.
2.Indentifying some elements of the system of
education of English-Speaking Countries
(timetable, school subjects, school activities,
vacations).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
Using Comparisons of Adjectives.

Ex.1,2,3p.24-25

Texts

Text: I Think School Is OK:


Ex.4p.25
Adjectives: Ex.7p.25
Lesson 2

Listening
Spoken Interaction
and Culture

Reading

Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic to exchange simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
school subjects.
1.Identifying and respecting the norms of
verbal and non-verbal communication while
interacting orally and in written form.
3.3. Extracting the main idea from and
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.1. Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4. Editing a short text based on familiar
topics.

Dialogue

My Favourite Subject

1.Talking about school


subjects:
Ex.1,3,9p.26-27
2.Telling the time:
Ex.4,5p.26-27

Ex.2,6p.26-27

Tabels

Writing in timetable:
Ex.10p.27

09.10

Grammar

2.Drawing and explaining a plan.


4.Correctly writing and pronouncing numbers
in the course of study activities.
Using Comparison of Adjectives.

Adjectives: Ex.8p.27
Lesson 3

Spoken Interaction

2.1. Asking for and using information about


people and activities related to the students
immediate environment school rules and
timetables.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (school rules and timetables) to
exchange simple information.

Dialogue

Reading,
Community Area
and Comparison
Area

3.1.Identifying the type of a text.


3.3. Extracting the main idea from and
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
2.Identifying and respecting certain forms of
written interaction.
5.Comparing the ways of giving an address.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Present Progressive and Prepositions of
Time.

Comparison
s

Written Interaction
Grammar

2.1. Asking for and using information about


people and activities related to the students
immediate environment.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (classroom expressions) to exchange
simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.

14.10

16.10

Talking about school rules.


Comparing timetables.
Ex.1,3,4p.28-29

Ex.2p.28

Ex.5p.29
Ex.5,6p.29
Lesson 4

Spoken Interaction

A Letter from England

We Speak English
Using classroom expressions:
Ex.1,2,3,4p.30

21.10

Reading
Written Interaction
Grammar

3.4.Associating the information from a text


with a set of pictures or a picture.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Present Progressive

Texts

Ex.5p.31
Ex.7p.31
Ex.8p.31

Lesson 5
Listening
Spoken Interaction

1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short


oral message.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (afterclass activities) to exchange simple
information.

After Classes

Dialogue

Ex.4,6p.32-33

Written Interaction

4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar


topics.
Using Wh-questions and Present Progressive.

Ex.8p.33

28.10

Ex.9p.33
Lesson 6

2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (classmates) to exchange simple
information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people.

Talking about afterclasses


activities: Ex.1,2,3p.32

3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a


message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.

Spoken Interaction

23.10

Ex.5p.33

Reading

Grammar

Dialogue

Friendly Classmates
Talking about classmates:
Ex.1,4,5,6,7p.34-35

Reading

Written Interaction

Grammar

3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an


unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
with a set of pictures or a picture.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
4.1. Asking for and giving personal
information.
Using Present Progressive.

Ex.2p.34

Writing a paragraph:
Ex.10p.35

Ex.8,9p.35
Lesson 7

Spoken Interaction

Reading

2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (friends) to exchange simple
information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.

Dialogue

Best Friends

30.10

04.11

Talking about best friends:


Ex.1,4,5p.36-37

Texts

Text: My best friend


Ex.3p.36

Written Interaction

4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar


topics.

Ex.6,7p.37

Grammar

Using Wh-questions

Wh-questions: Ex.8,9p.37

Culture and
comparison Area

3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which


belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.
5.Identifying the general meaning of
traditional songs.
2.Comparing some topics of poems and songs
for children in English-Speaking Countries
and Moldova.

Comparison
s

Learning the rhymes:


Pronunciation Guide:p.36

Lesson 8

Reading Together

Listening
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.

Texts

Text: The Fire Than Almost


Happened: Ex.2p.38

4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar


topics.

Ex.7p.39
Lesson 9

Listening
Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations

Evaluation

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic to exchange simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.3.Providing a description of a house or a flat
(according to a given plan).
2.Drawing and explaining a plan.
3.Drawing pictures and collages in the course
of study activities.

Round Up

Dialogue

Ex.1p.38

Texts

Ex.2p.38

- Practical application of knowledge and


skills acquired while studying this unit.

Test-Paper No.2

Lesson 1
2.1.Asking for and using information about

06.11

11.11

Ex.3,4,5,6p.39

Unit III
Spoken Interaction

Dialogue

11
Round the Year
1.Describing and comparing

13.11

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar
Culture

Evaluation

months of the year and the weather.


2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (months of the year and the weather) to
exchange simple information.
3.1.Identifying the type of a text.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Plurals of Nouns.

months of the year:


Ex.1,3,4p.42
2)Talking about the weather:
Ex.7,8p.43
Ex.2,5p.42-43

3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which


belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.
5.Identifying the general meaning of
traditional songs.
- Practical application of knowledge and
skills acquired while studying this unit.

Ex.2p.42
Learning the rhymes:
Pronunciation Guide:p.42

Ex.10p.43
Plurals of Nouns: Ex.9p.43

Winter Term Test-Paper


Lesson 2

Listening
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

Grammar

1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short


oral message.
2.1.Asking for and using information related
to seasons.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
seasons.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
with a set of pictures or a picture.
4.2.Providing a complete and clear description
of a person or event.
4.3.Providing a description of a house or a flat
(according to a given plan).
Using Wh-questions to the subject.

I Love Nature
Ex.5p.45

Dialogue

Texts

Taking about season colours:


Ex.1,4,6,7p.44-45

Text: The Seasons of the


Year: Ex.2p.44

Writing about favorite


seasons:
Ex.9p.45

Ex.8p.45

18.11

Lesson 3
Listening
Spoken Interaction
and Culture

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
people and activities related to the students
immediate environment.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic to exchange simple information.
1.Identifying and respecting the norms of
verbal and non-verbal communication while
interacting orally and in written form.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Object Pronouns and Indefinite
Pronouns.

Dialogue

Spoken Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations

Reading
Written Interaction
Grammar

1.1.Indentifying the general (global) meaning


of an oral message, presented clearly and at an
average speed.
1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short
oral message.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
people and activities related to animals and
pets.
5.Maing a full description of pets.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Simple Past be.

20.11

25.11

Talking about food and


expressing likes and dislikes:
Ex.1,2,6p.46-47

Texts

Text: Sharing a Cake:


Ex.7p.47
Ex.4p.46
Ex.8p.47
Ex.3-8p.46-47
Lesson 4

Listening

Its Delicious

The Animal World


Ex.3,7p.48-49

Dialogue

Texts

Describing animals and


talking about pets:
Ex.1,2,4,5p.48

Text: A New Pet:


Ex.6p.49
Ex.9p.49
Simple Past be: Ex.8p.49

Culture and
Integrated Skill
Combinations

5.Identifying the general meaning of


traditional songs.
6.Listening to and interesting songs for
children.
8.Memorizing and reciting rhymes, short
poems and simple dialogues fluently and with
proper intonation.

Learning the rhyme:


Pronunciation Guide:p.48

Lesson 5
Spoken Interaction

2.1.Asking for and using information about


animals and students attitude towards them.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (animals) to exchange simple
information.

Reading

3.1.Identifying the type of a text.


3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Simple Past and Imperatives.

Written Interaction
Grammar
Comparison Area

2.Comparing some topics and poems and


songs for children in English-Speaking
Countries and Moldova

Dialogue

Spoken Interaction
and Culture

Reading

1.1.Indentifying the general (global) meaning


of an oral message, presented clearly and at an
average speed.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
animals and students attitude towards them.
7.Cooperating with classmates to fulfill some
study activities, showing responsibility and
tolerance in the course of communication.
3.1.Identifying the type of a text (story, poem,
dialogue, fairy tale).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an

27.11

02.12

Talking about animals and


students attitudes towards
animals.
Ex.1,6p.51

Texts

Text: The Giant Panda


Ex.3p.50
Ex.7p.51
Simple Past: Ex.8p.51

Comparison
s

Poem: Kindness:Ex.5p.51

Lesson 6
Listening

Lets be Friends

Happy Holidays
Ex.5p.53

Dialogue

Talking about customs and


traditions, holiday
celebrations in Great Britain
and the USA:
Ex.2,4,6,7,8p.52-53
Ex.3p.52

Written Interaction

unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.

Grammar

Using Ordinal Numbers and Simple Past.

Integrated Skill
Combinations

3.Drawing pictures and collages in the course


of study activities.
7.Employing non-verbal means of
communication body movements, facial
expressions and actions through active
games.

Tables

Making a family calendar:


Ex.10p.53
Ordinal Numbers and Simple
Past: Ex.8,9p.53
Ex.6p.53

Lesson 7
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

2.4.Providing a short fluent description of


winter holidays and Christmas celebrations.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.

Grammar

Using Simple Past.

Integrated Skill
Combinations

8.Memorizing and reciting rhymes, short


poems and simple dialogues fluently and with
proper intonation.

Dialogue

Texts

Christmas Time
Talking about winter holidays
and describing Christmas
family celebrations:
Ex.1,2,7p.55
Text: Christmas Surprise:
Ex.4p.54

Writing about family


Christmas celebrations:
Ex.5p.55
Simple Past: Ex.6p.55
Learning the rhyme:
Pronunciation Guide:p.54

04.12
09.12

Lesson 8
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (the main characters of the story) to
exchange simple information.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.

Dialogue

Written Interaction

Evaluation

2.1.Asking for and using information about


people and activities related to the students
immediate environment.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
4.2.Providing a complete and clear description
of a person or event.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
- Practical application of knowledge and
skills acquired while studying this unit.

Texts

16.12

18.12

Ex.8p.57

Dialogue

Round Up
1.Talking about pets: Ex.2p58
2.Talking about seasons:
Ex.4p.58
3.Talking about holidays and
celebrations:Ex.5p.58
Ex.3p.58

Test-Paper No.3

Lesson 1
1.4.Following the speakers instructions
appropriately.

11.12

Text: The Two Cousins:


Ex.2p.56

Unit IV
Listening

Discussing the main


characters of the story.

Lesson 9
Spoken Interaction

Reading Together

11
Books in Our Life

23.12

Spoken Interaction

Reading, Integrated
Skill Combinations
and Community
Area

Written Interaction
Grammar

2.1.Asking for and using information about


people and activities related to the students
immediate environment.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
1.Identifying simple expressions similar to the
ones in the students mother-tongue in simple
written and spoken sentences.
1.Identifying the ways of behavior and
speech acts which are related to various
communicative situations: at the library.
4.4.Editing short texts based of familiar
topics.
Using Articles and Simple Past.

Dialogue

Talking about reference


books:
Ex.4p.61

Texts

Text: The Library:


Ex.2p.60

Ex.8p.61
Lesson 2

Listening
Spoken Interaction
Reading and
Comparison Area

Grammar

1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short


oral message.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
3.1.Identifying the type of a text.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
1.Comparing fairy tale characters in EnglishSpeaking Countries and Moldova.
Using Modals can,may.

Dialogue

2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar

13.01

15.01

Talking about types of literary


texts: Ex.4,10p.62-63
Text: The Lion and the
Mouse:
Ex.3p.62

Texts

Modals: Ex.9p.63
Lesson 3

Spoken Interaction

The Magic World of


Literature
Ex.2p.63

Dialogue

A Favourite Book
Talking about the students

Reading and
Culture

Written Interaction

topic (favourite authors and books) to


exchange simple information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which
belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.

favourite authors a and books:


Ex.1,4,8p.64-65

Texts

Text: Mark Twain:


Ex.2p.64
Ex.6p.65

Writing about favourite


books:
Ex.9p.65
Lesson 4

Listening

Spoken Interaction

Written Interaction
Grammar
Culture and
Comparison Area

1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short


oral message.
1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short
oral message.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
countries and nationalities.

Ex.3p.66

Dialogue

4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar


topics.
Using Modals can, may, must.
2.Identifying some elements of the systems of
education of English-Speaking Countries
(timetable, school, subjects, school activities,
vacations).
4.Knowledge of some cartoons for children

Countries and People

Asking for and giving


information about countries
and nationalities:
Ex.1,2,5p.66-67
Ex.4p.67
Ex.8,9p.67

Comparison
s

Ex.3p.66

20.01

their structure, characters, actions and


identifying the ways of expressing attitudes
and feelings.
1.Comparing fairy tale characters in EnglishSpeaking Countries and Moldova.
3.Comparing structures and content of
cartoons for children in English-Speaking
Countries and Moldova.
Lesson 5
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar

2.1.Asking for and using information about


capitals and places of interest.
2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (capitals and places of interest) to
exchange simple information.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Simple Past.

Dialogue

Spoken Interaction

Reading

1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short


oral message.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
capitals and places of interest.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging

22.01

27.01

Talking about capitals and


places of interest:
Ex.2,6p.68-69

Ex.1p.68
Ex.5p.69

Ex.7p.69
Simple Past: Ex.7p.69
Lesson 6

Listening

Around the World

Moldova My Love
Ex.1p.70

Dialogue

Talking about Moldova, its


attractions and its people:
Ex.2,4p.70-71

Texts

Text: Moldova My Love


Ex.3p.70

29.01

Written Interaction

Grammar

them into an appropriate scheme.


4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Adverbs.

Writing about the students


native places: Ex.9p.71

Adverbs: Ex.7,8p.71
Lesson 7

Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

2.2. Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (weekends) to exchange simple
information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of
people and events.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.

Dialogue

Spoken Interaction

Reading, Culture
and Comparison
Area

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which
belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.
1.Comparing fairy tale characters in EnglishSpeaking Countries and Moldova.
3.Comparing structures and content of
cartoons for children in English-Speaking
Countries and Moldova.

03.02

05.02

Talking about weekends in


towns and in the country and
expressing preferences:
Ex.1,2,4,5,8,9p.72-73
Ex.2p.72

Lesson 8
Listening

An Enjoyable Weekend

Texts

Writing about weekend :


Ex.10p.73
Reading Together

Text: Alice in Wonderland:


Ex.2p.74

Written Interaction

4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar


topics.

Ex.6p.75
Lesson 9

Listening
Spoken Interaction

Written Interaction
Evaluation

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
people and activities related to the students
immediate environment.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic to exchange simple information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
- Practical application of knowledge and
skills acquired while studying this unit.

Dialogue

Round Up

Project Work:
Ex.9p.77
Test-Paper No.4

Lesson 1

Written Interaction
Grammar

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic to exchange simple information.
3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which
belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.

Spoken Interaction

12.02

Dialogue

I Have Done It

17.02

Talking about completed


actions and personal hygiene:
Ex.1,3,6,7,8p.78-79

4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar


topics.
Using Present Perfect.
1.3.Defining a logical order of events in a
short, clearly presented text.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
travelling and different means of transport.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar

21
19.02

Ex.5p.79
Present Perfect: Ex.2p.78
Lesson 2

Listening

1
32

Unit V

Spoken Interaction
and Culture

10.02

1.Talking about books and


authors: Ex.1,2,3p.76
2.Talking about countries and
their capitals: Ex.4p.76

Term 2

Listening

Have You Ever ?

24.02
03.03

Dialogue

Talking about travelling and


different means of transport:
Ex.1,4,5,6,7p.81

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar

topic to exchange simple information.


3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
Using Present Perfect.

Texts

Text: Traveling
Ex.2p.80
Ex.7p.81

Ex.8p.81
Present Perfect.
Lesson 3

Listening
Spoken Interaction
Reading
Written Interaction

Grammar

1.2.Eliciting specific information from a short


oral message.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
travelling and different means of transport.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Simple Future.

Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction
Grammar

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
sport.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (sport) to exchange simple information.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Tag Questions (be).

Ex.4p.83
Texts

05.03
10.03

Talking about different means


for transport: Ex.1p.82
Ex.2p.82
Writing about a journey in
summer: Ex.9p.83

Simple Future: Ex.8p.83


Lesson 4

Listening

An Interesting Trip

The World of Sport

12.03
17.03

Dialogue

Texts

Talking about sports:


Ex.1,5,6p.84-85

Text: Favourite Sports:


Ex.2p.84
Ex.7p.85
Tag Questions:Ex.8p.85

Lesson 5
Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction

2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar


topic (clothes) to exchange simple
information.
2.4.Providing a short fluent description of the
students families.
3.1.Identifying the type of a text.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.

Grammar

Using Tag Questions (Simple Past).

Comparison Area

4.Comparing the ways of explaining the rules


of games and giving instructions in a standard
language.

Dialogue

Spoken Interaction

Reading

Grammar

1.4.Following the speakers instructions


appropriately.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (a flight into space) to exchange simple
information.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.4.Assciating the information from a text
(read by the students) with a set of pictures or
a picture.
Using Simple Future.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
summer.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar

19.03
24.03

Ex.2p.86

Writing a letter about school


rules and clothes: Ex.9p.87
Tag Questions: Ex.8p.87
Comparison
s

Playing the game: Ex.5p.87

A Space Trip

26.03
31.03

Dialogue

Talking about a fight into


space:
Ex.1,2,5p.88
Text: A Trip into Space?
Why Not?: Ex.2p88
Ex/6p.89

Texts

Simple Future:Ex.8p.89
Lesson 7

Spoken Interaction

Describing clothes and


expressing preferences:
Ex.1,6,7p.86-87

Lesson 6
Listening

School Clothes

Dialogue

Summer Vacation
Describing summer vacation:
Ex.1,3,4,6p.90-91

02.04
07.04

Reading

Written Interaction

Grammar
Final Evaluation

topic (summer vacation) to exchange simple


information.
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text.
3.5. Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
Using Prepositions.

Ex.2,5p.91

Writing about the best


memories of summer:
Ex.8p.91
Ex.9p.91
Prepositions:Ex.7p.91

- Practical application of knowledge and


skills acquired while studying this unit.

Final Test-Paper
Lesson 8

Spoken Interaction

Reading and
Culture

Written Interaction

2.1.Asking for and using information about


the main character of the story and his
adventures.
2.3.Synchronistically translating into the
students native language a sequence of 4-5
short sentences on a familiar topic.
3.2.Identifying the global meaning of a
message (silent reading).
3.3.Extracting the main ideas from an
unknown text
3.5.Selecting ideas from a text and arranging
them into an appropriate scheme.
3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which
belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.

Dialogue

Reading Together

Discussing the main character


of the story and his
adventures.

Texts

09.04
14.04
16.04

Text: Gullivers Travels:


Ex.2p.92

Ex.6p.93

Lesson 9

Round Up

21.04

Listening

Spoken Interaction

Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations

1.3.Defining a logical order of events in a


short, clearly presented text.
1.4.Following the speakers instructions
appropriately.
2.1.Asking for and using information about
people and activities related to the students
immediate environment.
2.2.Participating in a dialogue on a familiar
topic (interactive communication) to exchange
simple information.
4.1.Asking for and giving personal
information.
4.4.Editing short texts based on familiar
topics.
3.Knowledge of simple literary texts which
belong to the culture of English-Speaking
countries.

End-of-theBook

Dialogue

23.04
28.04
30.04
05.05
1.Talking about completed
actions: Ex.1,2,3p.94
2.Talking about the places the
students have visited:
Ex.5p.95

Project Work:
Ex.8p.95
Ex.7p.95