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CARTEL DE ORGANIZACIN Y SECUENCIACIN DE CONTENIDOS

INICIAL - PRIMARIA
COMPONENTS:

FUNCTIONS: Functions refer to what items of language actually do in a real context, as opposed to what they might mean literally. These include
suggesting, criticizing, refusing, agreeing and disagreeing, enquiring.

LANGUAGE FOCUS: It refers to the study of the way the sentences of a language are constructed, morphology and syntax.

VOCABULARY: A list of words and their meanings, especially in a book for learning a foreign language.

PRONUNCIATION: The art or result of producing the sounds of speech, including articulation, stress and intonation often to reference to some standard of
correctness or acceptability in different contexts.

KINDER CONTENTS
GRADE

FUNCTIONS

THREE YEARS

MY CLASS

Identify and name classroom


items.
Greet someone and say
good- bye.
Understand basic
commands.
Identify location of objects
Identify shapes: circle
MY BODY
Identify and name parts of
the body.
Introduce oneself
Understand and follow basic
commands.
Identify what is missing
Identify shapes : square

MY FAMILY
Identify and name family
members
Understand and follow basic

LANGUAGE FOCUS

VOCABULARY

Whats this?
Its a (puppet)
This is (a crayon)
Preposition ON

This is (a nose).
These are (eyes).
What is this?
It is (a nose).
What are these?
They are (eyes).
What is your name?
My name is (Maria).
Demonstrative Pronouns: this,
these.

Who is this?
This is my (mother).

Classroom objects: puppet, chair,


table, crayon, paper, shelf.
Greetings: hello, good-bye.
Colors: red
Shapes: circle
Fruits: apple, watermelon.
Nature words: grass, flower,
ladybug, garden, trees.

Parts of the Body: eyes, nose,


mouth, ears, hands, feet.
Greetings: hello, good-bye
Colors: yellow
Shapes: square
Feelings: happy, sad.
Nature words: bee, butterfly,
wings.

Family Members: mother, father,


baby, brother, sister,

PRONUNCIATION

Execution of exercises:
Imitation, repetition and
phonemic awareness.

commands.
Ask for information.
Identify feelings.
Identify the location of
objects.
Identify shapes: Triangle

MY TOYS
Identify and name toys.
Exchange greetings.
Make polite requests
Understand and follow basic
commands.
Identify the location of
objects
Ask for information
Identify shapes: rectangle.

MY LUNCH
Identify and name food and
drinks.
Say where you live
Understand and follow basic
commands
Identify what is missing.
Identify shapes.

Who are they?


They are my (grandparents).
These are my (grandparents).
Where do you go to school?
I go to (Sunshine Preschool).
Preposition NEXT TO
Demonstrative Pronouns: this,
these

What do you want?


I want (a car), please.
What is your name?
My name is (Chris).
What is your cats name?
Prepositions: IN, ON, UNDER

What do you have?


I have (a sandwich).
Do you like (milk)? Yes/No.
Where do you live?
I live in (Mexico City).

grandparents.
Colors: blue
Shapes: triangle
Places: park, picnic, home, living
room.
Feelings: happy, sad, angry
Recognize Size: big, small (in
relation to families).
Animals: bird, whale, ant, bugs.
Nature words: ant, anthill, family.
Toys: doll, car, truck, teddy bear,
airplane, ball, boat, game.
Colors: green
Shapes: rectangle
Feelings: happy, sad, angry, and
sleepy.
Animals: bird, rabbit.
Nature words: wind, plants, trees.

Food: lemonade, sandwich, apple,


cookie, banana, carrot, milk, lunch,
lunchbox, sugar.
Colors: orange, purple
Shapes: circle, square, triangle
and rectangle.
Greetings: hello, good-bye.
Feelings: happy, sad.

MY CLOTHES
Identify and name clothes
Count to 1
Name the color of the
clothes.
Make polite requests
Understand and follow basic
commands.

ANIMALS
Identify and name animals.
Count to 2
Identify size: big, small
Identify location of objects
Understand and follow basic
commands.

MY WORLD
Identify and name
community workers.
Identify numbers: 3
Count to 3
Use the verb to have in
simple present (third person)
Understand and follow basic
commands.

Nature words: lemon, lemon tree,


carrot, tricycle.
Clothes: pants, skirt, sweater,
shoes, socks, T-shirt, hat.
Colors: brown and pink.
Number: one
Nature words: wet, raindrop,
caterpillar, animals, plants.
Review: toys, classroom objects,
shapes.

What do you want?


I want (a skirt), please.
This is (a skirt). It is (purple).
These are (pants).
They are (blue).
Demonstrative Pronouns: THIS,
THESE.

What do you see?


I see (a dog).
Is the (puppy) big or small?
It is (small).
Prepositions IN FRONT OF,
BEHIND

How many (firefighters) do you


see?
I see (two firefighters).
The (doctor) has (a shot).

Animals: bird, fish, cat, god,


puppy, kitten.
Colors: black and white.
Number: two
Size: big, small
Nature words: worm, dirt, bug.

Community Workers: firefighter,


police officer, bus driver, dentist,
doctor, nurse, gardener, shot,
baton, keys, shovel.
Colors: red, yellow, blue, green,
orange, purple, brown, pink, black
and white.
Number: three
Nature words: flower, bee, grow.
Review: shapes,

FOUR YEARS

MY SCHOOL
Identify and name school
items.
Greet someone
Introduce oneself
Understand basic commands
Identify location of objects
Understand prepositions and
adverbs.
Identify numbers 1,2,3
MY SENSES
Identify and name senses and
parts of the body.
Identify tastes: sweet, sour
salty.
Express likes and dislikes.
Understand and follow basic
commands.
Identify and trace numbers 4,
5,6.
MY FAMILY
Identify and name family
members.
Ask for information
Express possession
Identify peoples homes.
Understand basic commands.
Identify numbers 7,8,9.

What is this? It is (a jungle gym).


What are these? They are (hoops).
This is (a box).
These are (shelves).
Hello, my name is (Kayla).
Prepositions IN and ON.

What do you (see) with? I (see) with


my (eyes).
Do you like (sweet) food? Yes, I
do. /No, I dont.
I see (a campfire).

Who is (she)? (She) is my


(grandmother).
Who are (they)? They are my
(grandparents).
What is this? It is my (house).
What school do you go? I go to
(Sunshine Nursery School).
What is your teachers name? My

School objects: scissors, markers,


shelves, books, box, ball hoops,
jungle gym.
Greetings: hello
Colors: pink, red, and blue.
Numbers: one, two and three.
Demonstrative Pronouns: THIS and
THESE.
Nature and Science Words: snail
and trail.
Senses: see, smell, touch, hear, and
taste.
Body Parts: eyes, nose, hands, ears,
and tongue.
Numbers: four, five, and six.
Tastes: sweet, sour, and salty.
Nature and Science Words: tongue,
taste, and buds.

Family Members: grandfather,


grandmother, aunt, uncle, cousin.
Homes: house and apartment.
Pets: dog, cat, fish, bird.
Numbers: seven, eight, and nine.
Demonstrative Pronouns: THIS and
THESE.

Identify initial sound /s/

Identify initial
sounds /m/ and /f/

MY TOYS
Identify and name toys
Identify emotions
Understand and follow basic
commands
Identify same and different.
Identify and trace numbers:10,
11, 12

teachers name is (Mrs. Smith).


My (grandmother) has (a dog).
Where does (grandmother) live? In
(a house).

What do you have?


I have (a tricycle).
Do you have (a play house)?
Yes, I do. / No, I dont.

Nature and Science Words: nest,


swallow, eagle, hummingbird, and
robin.

Identify initial
sounds /m/

Identify initial sound /s/

Toys: puppet, tricycle, car, game,


blocks, swing, slide, action, figure,
and play house.
Numbers: ten, eleven, and twelve.
Emotions: happy, sad, scared, and
mad.
Days of the week.
Nature and Science Words: clouds,
rain, lightning, and thunder.

FOOD

Identify and name food items.


Express likes and dislikes.
Express wants.
Understand and follow basic
commands.
Identify and trace numbers:
13, 14, and 15.

What do you like? I like (fish).


Do you like (corn)?
Yes, I do. / No, I dont
What do you want to eat?
I want (chicken), please.

What is (he) wearing?


(He) is wearing (shorts).
What does (she) have?
(She) has (an umbrella).
It is (sunny).

Food: meat, fish, oranges, sald,


corn, watermelon, potatoes, chicken.
Numbers: thirteen, fourteen, and
fifteen.
Nature and Science Words: fruit and
seeds.

MY CLOTHES

Identify and name items of


clothing.
Express possession
Identify types of weather.
Understand and follow basic

Clothes: shorts, hat, boots, raincoat,


jacket, sandals, umbrella, bathing
suit.
Numbers: sixteen and seventeen.
Weather: rainy, windy, sunny, hot,

commands.
Identify and trace numbers 16,
17.

and cold.
Days of the Week.
Nature and Science Words: seagulls,
robin, parrot, peacock.

ANIMALS

Identify and name animals.


Express likes
Identify location of animals
Understand demonstrative
pronouns.
Understand and follow basic
commands.

This is (a cat).
That is (a horse).
These are (dogs).
Those are (ducks).
Whats your favorite animal?
I (like) horses.
Where is the (chicken)? Here it is.
It is (under) the tree.
Prepositions IN, UNDER, and NEXT
TO.

Where is the (restaurant)?


It is over there.
It is (next to) the (fire station).
Where is the (fire truck) going?
Its going to the (fire station).
Prepositions NEXT TO, BEHIND, IN
and FRONT OF.

Animals: cow, rabbit, chicken, sheep,


lamb, horse.
Related Vocabulary: tractor and
barn.
Numbers: eighteen, nineteen.
Demonstrative Pronouns: THIS,
THAT, THESE, THHOSE.
Nature and Science Words: egg,
eggshell and chick.

Identify initial sound /F/

Identify initial sound /F/

MY WORLD

Identify and name places


vehicles, and community
workers in a neighborhood.
Identify location of places.
Identify destination.
Understand and follow basic
commands.
Identify and trace number 20.

Places: restaurant, park, fire station,


school, hospital, police station, store,
supermarket, and toy store.
Vehicles: police car, fire truck,
ambulance, and truck.
Community Workers: police officer,
firefighter, nurse, truck driver.
Numbers: twenty
Nature words: crescent moon, half
moon, and full moon.

FIVE YEARS

AT SCHOOL
Identify and name school
workers.
Describe school workers
tasks.
Understand and follow
simple commands.
Identify places at school.
Identify location of people.
Identify numbers.
FEELINGS
Identify and name feelings.
Identify and name healthy
habits.
Understand and follow
simple commands.
Identify and trace numbers.

HOME
Identify and name parts of
the house.
Identify and name furniture
items
Indicate location of family
members in a house

Who is (he)?
(He) is the (music teacher).
What does the (janitor) do?
(He) (cleans the school).
Where is the (secretary).
(She) is in the (office).

Are you OK? Yes, I am.


Im (amazed). / No, Im not.
Im (sad).
What are you doing?
Im (exercising).

Where is (Sister)? (She) is (in the


hallway).
What is (she) doing? (She) is
(playing with a ball).
Where is the (bed)? It is (in the

School workers: principal,


secretary, English teacher, music
teacher, gym teacher, janitor,
gatekeeper and bus driver.
Places at the School: classroom,
office, bathroom, and playground.
Days of the Week
Numbers: zero to nineteen.
Nature and Science Words: bee
and honeycomb.

Identify initial sounds /m/,


/s/, /f/.

Identify initial sounds /t/, /p/,


/l/.

Identify initial sounds /n/,


/k/, /g/, /i/.

Feelings: amazed, happy, sad,


sleepy, excited, mad, scared, and
sick.
Healthy Habits: brush teeth, take a
shower, eat healthy food, wash
hands, comb hair, and exercise.
Parts of the Body
Numbers: twenty to twenty-nine
Nature and Science Words: quills,
hedgehog, tusks, elephant, claws,
and tiger.

Parts of the House: kitchen, living


room, bedroom, bathroom, hallway,
stairs, closet, and dining room.
Furniture Items: bed, stove, sofa,
toilet, fridge, TV, lamp, and sink.

Identify activities do at home


Indicate location of furniture
Understand and follow
simple commands.

RECYCLE
Identify and name recyclable
items
Identify and name art
supplies
Communicate what one is
using
Communicate what one is
making
Express needs
Understand and follow
simple commands

EATING OUT
Identify and name people
and items in a restaurant.
Identify and name food and
drinks.
Identify and name tableware

bedroom).
Letters: Nn, Cc, Gg, and Ii

What are you using?


Im using (tape).
What do you need?
I need (glue).
What are you making?
Were making (a duck).
Letters: Hh, Rr, Bb, and Oo

May I have (a menu), please?


Yes, of course.
Is this your pizza? Yes, It is.
Thank you. / No, It isnt.
What do you want for (the main

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Numbers: thirty to thirty-nine.


Nature and Science Words: spider,
web, and fly.

Recyclable Items and Art Supplies:


tape, paper plates, boxes, string,
paint, paintbrushes, sticks, glue,
newspaper, balloons, plastic
bottles.
Numbers: forty to forty-nine.
Nature and Science Words: seed,
seeding, and flower.

Food and Drinks: pizza, spaguetti,


ice cream, cake and water.
Tableware: menus, napkins, and
straws.
Food Categories: main dishes,

Identify initial sounds /h/, /b/, /.

Identify initial sounds /j/, /k/,


/d/.

items.
Learn the possessive
adjective your
Express likes and dislikes
Categorize food.
Understand and follow
simple commands.

dish)? I want (chicken), please.


What do you want to (drink)? I
want (water), please.
Do you like (milk)? Yes, I do. / No,
I dont.

vegetables, drinks, and desserts.


Numbers: fifty to fifty-nine
Nature and Science Words: patters

OUR THINGS

Identify and name


belongings
Communicate what one is
looking for.
Indicate location of things.
Use possessive adjectives.
Compare things.
Understand and follow
simple commands
ANIMALS
Identify and name zoo
animals.
Describe animals.
Describe animals actions.
Use time expressions in
relation to zoo tasks.
Understand and follow
simple commands.
PLACES
Identify and name places.
Express wants.
Identify and name outdoor
activities.

What are you (looking for?


Im looking for my (cell phone).
Where is (my necklace)?
I dont know.
Its (above) your bed.
My ring is (big).
My ring is (bigger).

Do you see the (kangaroos)?


Yes, I do. Theyre (fast)!
What are the (monkeys) doing?
They are (eating). Theyre
hungry!
(In the morning), the zookeeper
(opens the zoo).

Where do you want to go?


I want to go to the (mountains).
What can we do? Lets go

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Identify initial sounds /kw/,


/v/, /y/.

Identify initial sounds /ks/, /z/.

Identify initial sounds.

Things / Belongings: cell phone,


tablet, laptop, backpack, necktie,
ring, necklace, and hat.
Numbers: seventy to seventy-nine
Nature and Science Words:
peacock and feather.

Zoo Animals: giraffe, tiger,


kangaroo, seal, zebra, elephant,
lion, and monkey.
Numbers: ninety to one hundred
Nature and Science Words: coral,
jellyfish, and sea horse.

Places: beach, mountains, lake,


and stream.
Outdoor Activities: camping, hiking,

Identify and name types of


weather.
Use sequence words.
Tell time.
Describe means of
transportation.
Understand and follow
simple commands.

(hiking).
Today is (sunny).
(First), we can go (hiking).
What time is it? Its (2) o clock.
I see (a plane). It is (big).

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fishing, jogging, roast


marshmallows, and build a
campfire.
Telling time
Nature words: caterpillar, cocoon,
and butterfly.

PRIMARY CONTENTS

GRADE

FUNCTIONS

First

Hello

Asking and giving


personal information.

Talking about colours

Asking questions and


answering about age
How old are you?

LANGUAGE FOCUS

VOCABULARY

Pronouns I, you

Greetings

To be with I and you

Instructions

Questions and answers about


age how old are you?

Colors

Numbers

School objects

PRONUNCIATION

The phoneme /s/

The phoneme /m/

My school

Asking questions with


and giving short answers
with Is this

Asking questions and


answering with Who`s
he/she?

Asking questions and


answering about age how
old is he/she?
Favourite toys

This is

Pronouns he and she

To be with he and she

Prepositions of place: in, on,

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Asking questions with


and answering whats
your favorite?

Asking questions and


answering with Where
is?

Talking about toys and


colours

Talking about location


using preposition

under, next to

Possessives my and your

That

To be with we

Plurals

Pronoun: They

Toys

The phoneme /t/

The phoneme /b/

The phoneme /p/

The phoneme /h/

The phoneme /k/

Adjectives
Family members

My family

Identifying family
members

Describing people in a
family using adjectives.

Our Pets:

Identifying pets

Identifying adjectives

Describing pets using


adjectives
My Face

Have got affirmative, negative


and questions and short
answers with I and you

Adjective + noun

Pets

Adjectives

Have got affirmative, negatives


and questions with they

Questions with how many

- Has got affirmative and

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Parts of the face

Identify parts of the face

Writing face words

Talking about physical


features using have got

Asking and answering


questions with have got

negative sentences with he


and she

Wild Animals

Identifying wild animals

Identifying parts of
animals body

- Asking and answering


questions about animals

Describing animals and


their body parts.

Modal can in affirmative,


negative and interrogative
sentences with I, you, she, he

Animals
Irregular plural form tooth/teeth
Parts of animals body

Clothes

Identifying clothing items

Describing clothes.

Identifying clothes
people are wearing

The phoneme /f/

The phoneme /n/

Present continuous for present


actions: Wh- questions and
answers with I and you

The phoneme /d/

Collocations with play, ride

Sports

My Clothes

Present continuous for present


actions: wh- questions and
answers with He, she, they

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Recreational activities and


games

Games at a funfair

Fun Time

Identifying sports and


recreational activities

Describing things he/she


can or cant do

Asking and answering


questions with can

Present continuous for present


actions: wh- questions and
answers with He, she, they

Likes and dislikes

At the Funfair
Identifying rides.
Identifying the location of
toys in a room.
Asking and answering
questions with the
present continuous.
Our House

Identifying rooms in a
house
Asking and answering
question with the present.

Party Time

Identifying food and


snacks
Asking and answering
questions using the verb
like

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Parts of the house

Food and snacks

The phoneme /g/

The phoneme /l/

Hello again
Second
- Asking and giving personal
information.
- Identifying school objects

Back to school
Identifying different school
objects

Play time
- Making sentences using plural
nouns.

At home
- Identifying objects of the house.

Greetings
Introductions
Questions with who is he/she?
The alphabet

-Greetings

- Wh- and Yes/no questions and


answers with this/these
- Number 11 20
- Plural nouns
- There is/areThere isnt/arent
- Questions with how manyare there?
- Statement and question word order
Classrooms objects

Plural nouns
This/these
That/those
Questions with whose singular and
plural
- Possessive pronoun his/hers
-toys
-

Possessive pronouns yours/mine


Questions with which?
Questions with whose?
House

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- Phoneme //

- Phoneme //
- Classroom Objects

- Toys

-Phoneme /w/

- House Objects

-Phoneme /e/

Meet my family
- Giving information about
activities doing at the moment
of speaking.

Dinner time
Identifying food and asking for
them by polite requests.

At the farm

- Possessive s
- Present continuous for present
actions: I/he/she/it/they statements
and negatives
- Spelling of present continuous
- Family

- Present continuous for present


actions: we
- Polite requests
- Food

-Phoneme //

- Food
Phoneme /t/

- Agreement So do I
- Disagreement I dont
Farm

- Giving information about kind of


animals they like and they don
t.

My town
- Making sentences using plural
regular and irregular nouns.

- Family Members

- Farm Animals

- Noun plurals regular and common


irregular e.g. children, women, men
- Prepositions between, behind in
front
- Places in a city

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- Town

Phoneme //

Phoneme //

Our clothes
- Identifying different clothes

Our hobbies
- Giving information about what
they like doing and love doing.

My birthday
- Asking polite requests for foods
in a birthday party.

On holiday
- Asking about kind of holidays
among their friends.

- Present continuous for present


actions: you/they
- Questions and responses using
have got
- Clothes

- Like, love + ing (statements and


questions)
- Yes, I do / he/she does.
- No I dont / he/she doesnt
- Hobbies

- Questions and answers with Would


you like some/a?
- Questions and answers with What
would you like to drink/eat?
- Food and snacks

- Object pronouns
me/you/him/her/us/them
- Simple Present
- Yes/ No Questions
- Holidays

- Cloth
Phoneme /d/

- Hobbies

Phoneme /r/

- Actions Verb

- Phoneme //
- Party Meals

-Phoneme /j/
-Places for Holidays

Hello
Giving personal information

-Present continuous for present actions

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-Greetings

Phonemes //, /e/, /i/, //

Third

Talking about actions children are


doing.

Family matters

-Colours and numbers

-Possessive s

-Family

Talking about possessions using


got.

-Like, love, enjoy + -ing

-Jobs

Talking about family relationships.

-Yes, I do/ No, I dont

-School subject: Art

-Phonemes //, /e/, /i/, //

-Syllables

Talking about preferences using


like, love, enjoy, want.

Home sweet home


-Describing different places to live.
-Exchanging personal information.

Prepositions: above, below, between,


next to, at

-Numbers 21 100

-Phonemes /e/, /a/, //

-Types of houses
-used in houses
-City/town

A day in the life


-Talking about routines and times.

-Questions with how often?

-Collocation verbs

-Frequency adverbs: always,


sometimes, never, every day

-Days of the week

-Giving information about his/her


routine using pictures.

-Phoneme //

-Jobs and professions


-The time

In the city

-Frequency adverbs.

-Talking about places in a city and


say where they are.

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-Syllable stress

-Talking about obligations

-Prepositions: near, opposite


-Must for obligation
-Can for permission
-Places in a city.
-Countable nouns.

Fit and well

-Have/has got

Phonemes /u/, //, //

Uncountable nouns.

-Talking about common illnesses

-Must/mustnt

-Talking about obligations

-Can/cant

-Common illnesses

-Clauses with when

-Sports

-Suggestions and offers: Shall I?

-Obligations

-Phonemes: //, /e/, //

-Adjectives: bad, cold, fat, hot.


A day in the country
-Describing different places in the
country.
-Making suggestions.

-Nature

-Comparative of common irregular and


one- and two-syllable regular adjectives

-Description of animals

-Talking about wild animals and


their habitat.

-Comparing animals using


comparative adjectives.

-Phonemes //, /a/

-Wild animals

World of animals

-Asking about favourite animals.

-Adjectives: bad, cold, fat, hot, hungry,


loud, quiet, strong, thirsty, tired, thin,
weak, angry.

-Habitat
-Past simple affirmative and negative:
was, wasnt, were, werent

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-The weather
-Clothing

-Phoneme //

Weather report
-Talking about the weather.
-Talking about the past using was
and were.
Fourth

Hello there
- Asking for and giving personal
information
- Talking about daily routines

Back to school
- Talking about school and
peoples feelings and reactions
- Writing a text about a teacher

Comparative adjective
Personal description
Present simple
Adverbs of frequency
Imperatives
Love ing
Want to be
Would like to
Have got
Must
Before/after

Relative clauses with who and which


Present simple
Present continuous question forms
Must
Can
What does x mean?

Good Sports
- Talking about the sports
children can learn to do

Greetings
Jobs
Family
Routines activities

-Adjectives: boring, busy, careful, difficult,


easy, exciting, slow, terrible, quick.
-Present continuous verbs
-School subjects

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- The phoneme /f/

-Measuring quantity and space

-Outside- inside activities


-Sports activities
-Sports and rules

- Relative clauses with where


- Want to + infinitive

The
phonemes /
u/, /a/, //, /a/, /e/, //

- Words with one, two and three

- Describing sports and activities


- Writing about football

- Mustnt
- Adverbs of manner

syllables

Health matters
- Talking about illnesses in the
past
- Asking and answering
questions about the past
- Writing yes/no questions in
past tense

- Past simple irregular verbs:


affirmative, negative, question forms
and short answers
- Clauses with because
- Any + noun

Verbs in past, regular and irregular


verbs:
Illnesses
The human body.

Regular verbs in past:


Ordinal numbers:
Extracurricular activities

- The phonemes /e/ and /i/

After school club


- Talking about activities in the
past
- Describing sequences
- Writing a poem

Exploring our world


- Talking about actions and
events in the past
- Talking about past ability
- Comparing different explorers
- Writing about an endangered

- Past simple regular verbs:


affirmative and questions
- Spelling of ed endings
- Present simple
- Consonant clusters

- Could/couldnt: ability + short


answers
- Past simple irregular verbs
- Clauses with so
- Comparative of two- and threesyllable adjectives

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- Rhyming words

Comparative adjectives
Possessive pronoun: mine, his, -Consonant clusters /tr/, /str/, /sp/, /sk/
our
Explorations
Endangered sea creatures
Countries

animal

- Possessive and adjectival pronouns


- Imperatives
- Present simple

Modern Life
- Talking about modern
technology
- Talking about timed events in
the past
- Writing about his/her favourite
film

- Instructions
- Past simple irregular verbs

Technological gadgets
Irregular verbs in past:
Daily activities in present and
past tense

- Superlative adjectives: the est, the


most, the best, the worst
- Past simple regular and irregular
verbs
- Prepositions: into, round out ofn
- Comparative adverbs

Prepositions: into, round out of


Animals
Adjectives
Irregular verbs in past:
Music and musical sounds

- Causative: want someone to do


something
- Expressions of quantity
- Superlative adverbs
- Past simple

Vegetables, fruits, meats, Drinks


Containers: box, bowl, bottle,
etc.
Quantity

-Rhyming words

At the zoo
- Talking about animals
- Describing events in the past
- Writing a verse

-Rhyming
words /u/, /a/, //, /a/, /e/, // ,
/ / , /i/, /I/

Lets party!
- Talking about food and parties
- Talking about pictures and
party events
- Talking about food and
nutrients

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-Rhyming words
/a/,/e/, //,/u/,/e/

- Writing about a healthy diet

Welcome to our ezine


Fifth
-

Introducing him/herself
Exchanging personal information
Expressing likes and preferences
Talking about daily routines
Identifying words with one, two,
three and four syllables

Time for television


- Telling the time
- Talking about TV programmes
- Talking about school routines

People at work
- Telling the time
- Talking about peoples jobs
- Talking about plans and
intentions
- Asking and answer questions
about future plans

Present simple for routines


Like + ing
d like
Question words
Short answers
Present simple/present continuous
Definitions
Yes/no questions and short answers
Punctuation

- Present simple for routines


- Past simple questions and affirmative
- Comparative and superlative a

- Intentions and predictions: going to


(affirmative, negative, interrogative)
- Present evidence: going to
- Question words: where, who, when,
what time?
- Present continuous
- Present simple
- Telling the time

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Prepositions
Superlative adverbs
Food and nutrients

- School subjects
- Numbers
- Adjectives

-Time
-Numbers
-TV programmes
-Months of the year
.

- Jobs

-Homophones

- Rhyming words
Words with one, two, three and four
syllables

- The phoneme //

- Rhyming words
Word and syllable stress: strong and
weak forms

City life
- Following directions on a map
- Asking and answering questions
about city places
- Asking and answering questions
about locations on a map
- Giving directions how to get to a
place from his/her school
- Answer true and false questions
about a reading

The phoneme //

-Present simple, questions


- Directions
- Imperatives

- Directions
- Places in a city
- City words

Disaster!
- Talking about past events
- Talking about interrupted events
in the past
- Reading about disasters around
the world
- Writing about past events
- Read about volcanoes, tsunamis
and earthquakes

- Past simple and past continuous


- Ordinals
- Superlatives

- Natural disasters
- Days of the week
- Months of the year.

Pronunciation of weak forms and


strong forms

Material things
- Describing objects.
- Asking and answering about
material used in objects
- Talking about materials and
what they are made of
- Reading about manmade and

- Homophones

- Collocations with made


- Objects and materials
-

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Materials things

natural materials from around


the world
- Reading about different kinds
of plastics, how they are made,
and why they are recycled.
Senses
- Identifying sounds
- Describing appearance of
objects
- Describing how things feel like
- Making and writing plans for a
party

Natural World
- Describing pictures of animals.
- Giving advice on how to
protect the environment

World of sports.
- Describing pictures in the
future, present continuous and

Sensorial verbs
Verbs + adjectives
Imperatives
Going to
Wh- questions
Parts of speech
The phonemes /z/ and /s/
Optical illusions

Advice: should/shouldnt
Agreement and disagreement
Natural world
Measurements
Descriptions
Numbers
Collocations with and
Animal extinctions and the extinction
of dinosaurs

- The phonemes /z/ and /s/


- Senses
- Food

- Present perfect and short answers to


express experience with ever, never,
-Regular and irregular verbs
- Contrasting uses of going to future
with present continuous and with

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Weak form of and : /n/


-

Natural world
Endangered and extinct animals

Sports
Seasons of the year.
Olympic games

-Past endings / id/ and / d/

present perfect
- activity
- Answering specific information
questions from a reading
- Talking about personal
experience with sports
- Identifying seasonal activities.

Sixth

Beastly tales
Identifying technology words
Talking about future plans
Identifying true and false
information from a reading
Completing sentences about a
story

Tomorrows world
Talking about transport
Talking about predictions
Completing a table based on a
listening activity

present perfect
- Past simple
- Definitions

-Going to future for plans and


prediction
-Wh- questions

-Stress timing
-Syllable timing
-Elision

-Will for predictions


-Will future contrasted with
present simple
-Pronunciation Contracted
Ill
-Name transport words
-Solar system
-Connectors: when, as,
because, then, after that, before

The great outdoors


Talking about background and
interrupted actions in the past
Describing the countryside
Identifying places on a map

-Adjectives
-Name animals
-Name technology words

-Past continuous
-Past simple
Past simple
-Would you like?

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Food, glorious food


Talking about quantity with
reference to food
Asking and answer questions
about eating habits
Reading and talking about dishes
from all over the world

Under the sea


Talking about past experiences
Showing awareness of the
importance of protecting our
environment to keep life balance.
Identifying pictures that represent
answers in a listening exercise
Free time
Naming free time activities
Correcting sentences based on a
listening activity
Talking about extracts of music

Dress sense
Talking about possibilities
Describing clothes
Identifying true and false

-Landscape art and artists


-Directions
-Descriptions
-Name foods
-Countable and uncountable
nouns
-Enough, not enough, too much,
too many, a little
-Present Perfect With For,
Since, Still

-Silent Letters

-Determiners And Pronouns


-Modal verbs of possibility:
may, might
-Present continuous
-Present simple

-Present Perfect With Just, Yet,


Already
Past simple, present perfect
third conditional, years and
centuries, can, could

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The Phonemes /F/ And


-/V/
-Seas animals
-Oceans
-Food chains and food webs

-Free time activities and hobbies


-Music and musical genres
-History of clothing
-Clothes
-Adjective + enough
-Conjunction as

-Pronunciation Of -Ed
Endings: /Id/, /D/, /T/

information from a listening activity


-Adverbs
-Countries and nationalities
-Languages

-The Intrusive /W/

Around the world


Talking about past experiences
Talking about countries and
nationalities
Identify speakers in a conversation

-Intonation To Express
Different Feeling

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