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UNIT 1 Lets start

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
1.1. To identify the main topic of the text. Can understand Text identification and LC
the main points comprehension.
4.1. To distinguish communicative of commands, Expressing suggestions. LC, SC
functions. adverts or short
3.1. To use social and cultural elements in oral messages, Recognition of costumes, beliefs and LC, CE, CMSC
order to improve comprehension. produced slowly values of foreign countries (Croatia). Task
6.1. To recognise common vocabulary. and clearly. Revision of common vocabulary LC performance.
Can understand (food, jobs, vehicles, weather).
the relevant
details in a
structured daily
communication.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.2. To elaborate short oral descriptions. Can manage Production of a clear and coherent LC Classroom
conversations message (description). observation.
1.3. To ask questions and to reply, to narrate related to travels, Participation in short conversations LC, SC Conversations.
daily experiences. food, holidays. about various topics (past
Can take part in experiences).
1.5. To express preferences and opinions. informal face-to- Comparing dishes from your country. LC, CE
2.2. To use communicative strategies. face Development of strategies to avoid LL Task
conversations in communication breakdown. performance.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. order to Present Simple, Present Continuous. LC Classroom
exchange things Comparative and superlative observation.
adjectives.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.1. To understand e-mails and chats. Can understand Text identification and LC, SC
the main points comprehension.
5.2.To distinguish between various tense of formal and Present Simple, Present Continuous, LC .Task
forms. informal Past Simple, Past Continuous. performance.
6.2.To recognise frequent lexical items in a correspondence. Revision of common vocabulary LC, SC
text related to daily situations. Can understand related to everyday activities.
the relevant
information from
newspapers, with
help of numbers,
names, pictures
or titles.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.1. To write simple well-structured texts about Can write short Communication of a clear message, LC Task
daily issues. messages using patterns typical for a descriptive performance.
(emails) about text (summer holidays).
5.2. To use syntactic elements. daily Initial assessment. LC Exam paper.
7.3. To use established norms for digital transactions, Initiating on-line communication (e- LC, DC Task
texts. paying attention mail). performance.
to the rules of
politeness.
UNIT 2 Choices, choices

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
1.1. To identify the main topic of the text. Can understand the Text identification and LC
main points of comprehension.
3.1. To use social and cultural elements commands, adverts Recognition of costumes, beliefs and SC, CE
in order to improve comprehension. or short oral values of English speaking countries
messages, produced (the UK). Classroom
6.1. To recognise common vocabulary. slowly and clearly. Vocabulary related to leisure choices LC, CE observation.
Can understand the (shopping, sports, arts, crafts).
relevant details in a
structured daily
communication.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
4.3. To use communicative functions. Can manage Expressing suggestions, agreeing LC, SC
conversations related and disagreeing.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. to money, shopping, Present Perfect Simple. LC
7.1. To pronounce clearly. leisure activities. Correct pronunciation of /:/ and //. LC
Can take part in Conversations.
informal face-to-face
conversations in
order to exchange
information.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.1. To understand an interview. Can understand the Text identification and LC, SC
relevant information comprehension. Task
3.1.To
3.1.To use the socio-cultural elements in from newspapers, Knowledge of geographical, cultural LC, CMST, CE performance.
order to improve the with help of numbers, and social elements. Classroom
comprehension. names, pictures or observation.
3.2. To summarize a text. titles. Making a summary. LC
5.2.To distinguish between various Can understand the Present Perfect Simple, Past Simple. LC .
tenses. general meaning of
6.2.To recognise frequent lexical items adverts in different Revision of common vocabulary LC, SC
in a text related to daily situations. formats. related to shopping.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.1. To write a well-structured argumentative Can write short texts Communication of a clear message,
text. about usual events using patterns typical for an LC Rubrics.
2.3. To use cohesive and coherent related to holidays, argumentative text.
elements. describing briefly
2. To manage strategies for writing short situations, people, Writing a list of activities. LC, LL Task
texts. object and places. performance.
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
money. mapping.
UNIT 3 Achievements

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.3. To distinguish between general and Can understand the Distinction between different types LC Task
specific information in daily main points of of oral comprehension (essential performance.
communication. commands, adverts or information, details).
short oral messages, Exam paper.
3.1. To use social and cultural elements in produced slowly and Recognition of costumes, beliefs SC, CE
order to improve comprehension. clearly. and values of English speaking
Can understand the countries (the USA).
7.5. To understand different accents. relevant details in a Recognition of rhythm, intonation LC Classroom
structured daily words and sentence stress (the observation.
communication. USA).
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.3. To ask questions and to reply, to Can manage Participation in short conversations LC, SC
narrate daily experiences. conversations related about various topics (personal
to achievements and interests, achievements, past
fun activities. experiences).
3.3. To apply social conventions Can take part in Establishing personal and social LC, SC Conversations.
(greetings). informal face-to-face relationships.
4.3. To use communicative functions. conversations in order Expressions of interest. LC, SC
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. to exchange Present Perfect Simple, Present LC
information. Perfect Continuous.
7.1. To pronounce clearly. Correct pronunciation and LC
intonation.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.3. To identify main points and most Can understand the Comprehension of diverse types of LC
relevant details in written texts. relevant information texts, in order to understand global
from newspapers, with and specific meaning (web sites). Task
4.1. To use communicative functions. help of numbers, Expressions of interest. LC performance.
4.3. To analyse different types of texts. names, pictures or A news article. LC Classroom
5.2. To distinguish between various tense titles. Present Perfect Simple, Present LC observation.
forms. Perfect Continuous.
5.3. To manage syntactic structures. Adjectives; Adverbs of manner and LC
degree.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.5. To write more complex text, using Can write short texts, Using models and patterns for LC Rubrics.
correct grammatical and lexical structures, describing people (and creating a news article.
spelling and punctuation. their achievements).
1.2. To use digital recourses. Use of ICT (Internet) in LC, DC Projects.
collaboration with other students. Rubrics.
6.3. To use visual aids (images). Use of non-linguistic resources. LC, CE
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
achievements. mapping.
UNIT 4 What a journey!
Assessment criteria and indicators Standards Contents Competences Instruments
Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
1.1. To understand a discussion. Can understand the Text identification and LC, SC Task
relevant details in a comprehension. performance.
structured daily
communication.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
2.1. To participate spontaneously in more Can manage Participation in short LC, SC
complex conversations about various conversations related to conversations about various
matters. travels. topics (journeys).
4.3. To use communicative functions. Narration of past actions. LC, SC Conversations.
Expressions of deduction Task
(speculations). performance.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. Past Perfect Simple and Past LC Classroom
Simple. observation.
7.2. To speak correctly, according to Production of rhythm, LC
rhythm and intonation rules. intonation and words stress
patterns.
9.4.To use non-verbal communication Use of non-verbal language SC
strategies. (gestures).
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.1.To identify main points and most Can understand the Text identification and LC Task
relevant details in written texts. relevant information from a comprehension. performance.
comic, with help of
2.1.To deduce the meaning from the numbers, names, pictures Vocabulary related to trips and LC, CMST
context. or titles. explorers. Task
4.1. To use communicative functions. Can understand the Narration of past events. LC performance
5.2. To distinguish between various tenses. relevant information from Past Perfect Simple and Past LC
web sites (journeys). Simple.

Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)


1.1. To write longer well-structured texts. Can write texts about usual Writing a narrative about your LC Exam paper.
1.1. To write a draft. events related to events, funny holidays. LC, LL
1.5. To write more complex text, using Using models and patterns for LC Rubrics.
correct grammatical and lexical structures, describing briefly narrating an event.
spelling and punctuation. situations, people, object
5.2. To manage syntactic and lexical and places. Present and past tenses. LC Exam paper.
elements (use of English).
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Writing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
travelling. mapping.
UNIT 6 Holiday time

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
1.1.To identify the main topic of the text.
Can understand the Text identification and comprehension. LC
1.2. To distinguish additional topics. relevant details in a Classroom
7.5. To understand different accents. structured daily Recognition of rhythm, intonation LC observation.
communication. words and sentence stress (the USA).
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
2.1. To participate spontaneously in more Can manage Participation in short conversations LC, SC
complex conversations about various conversations about various topics (plans).
matters. related to travelling.
4.3. To use communicative functions. Expressions of agreement and LC, SC Conversations.
disagreement.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. Future forms. LC
7.4.To speak correctly, according to Pronunciation of sounds and words LC
pronunciation, rhythm and intonation rules. stress patterns.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
To identify main points and most relevant Can understand the Distinction between different types of LC, CMST
details in written texts (lists, travel relevant information written comprehension (extensive
magazine article). from web sites reading, gist, essential information,
(places). details).
5.3.To use syntactic structures. Expression of future forms. LC Task
performance.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.2 To write texts by using adequate Can write texts Writing a project about an itinerary. LC, DC, IE Project.
vocabulary and cohesion resources. about usual events Rubrics.
6.3. To use visual aids (images). and describe Use of non-linguistic resources. LC, CE
6.1. To use common vocabulary. places. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept
journeys. mapping.
UNIT 7 - Danger

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
1.4. To distinguish communicative Can understand the Establishing and maintaining LC Task
functions of an oral text. relevant details in a personal relationship within informal performance.
structured daily context.
2.2. To manage the strategies for communication. Inferring the meaning from the LC, SC Exam paper.
understanding general and specific context.
meaning.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.2. To elaborate short presentations. Can take part in Phobias discussion in groups. LC, SC Presentations.
1.3. To ask questions and to reply, to informal face-to- Participation in short conversations LC, SC
narrate daily experiences. face in order to about various topics (fear, danger). Conversations.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. exchange things or Conditionals 0, I, II;
II; Should LC
information, invite,
ask for or give
instructions, etc.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.1 To understand articles. Can understand the Distinction between different types of LC
written comprehension (gist, essential
relevant information
from web information, details).
sites Task
2.1. To use context and pictures in order to (personal interests,
Guessing the meaning from the LC, LL performance.
deduce the meaning. activities, context.
2.3. To summarize the text. education, etc.). Making a summary about phobias LC, LL Class
discussion. observation.
6.3. To deduce the meaning of vocabulary Use of strategies to extend the LC, LL
items from the context. vocabulary.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.2 To write texts by using adequate Can write informal To answer electronically on questions LC, DC, IE Project.
vocabulary and cohesion resources. correspondence to (binge drinking)
4.1. To associate language elements to exchange Writing an informal letter giving an LC, SC Rubrics.
language functions. information, to advice.
6.1. To use common vocabulary. narrate events, to Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept
give instructions or dangers. mapping.
opinions.
Assessment criteria and indicators Standards Contents Competences Instruments
Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.2.To manage the strategies for Can understand the main Inferring the meaning from the LC, LL
understanding general and specific ideas, by means of visual context.
meaning. aids in presentations and Watching a video clip. Task
3.1.To use social and cultural elements talks. Recognition of costumes, beliefs SC, CE performance.
in order to improve comprehension. Can understand the and values of English speaking Class
relevant details in a countries (the USA). observation. .
7.5.To understand different accents. structured daily Recognition of rhythm, intonation LC
communication. words and sentence stress (the
USA).
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.1. To take part in face-to-face Can take part in informal Participation in short conversations LC, SC Conversations.
conversations about common face-to-face in order to about various topics (places).
matters. exchange things or
4.3. To use communicative functions. information, invite, ask Asking and giving directions. LC, SC Role-play.
for or give instructions, Expressing conditions and
etc. hypothesis.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. Conditionals III. LC
7.4.To speak correctly, according to Production of rhythm, intonation and LC Conversations.
rhythm and intonation rules. words stress patterns (cognates).
9.2.To use non-verbal language. Recognition of non-verbal language SC Role-play.
(gestures when giving directions).
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.1.To identify main points and most Can
1.1.To understand the Distinction between different types LC Classroom
relevant details in written texts (web relevant information from of written comprehension (gist, observation.
page). web sites (personal essential information, details).
4.3. To analyse different types of texts. interests, activities, Descriptive texts (town, city). LC
education, etc.). Map reading. CMST
5.3. To understand the syntactic Expressions of place, distance and LC, CMST Task
patterns. direction. performance.
Expressing conditions and
hypothesis.
6.3. To deduce the meaning from the Vocabulary related to places. LC
context.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.5.To write more complex text, using Can write texts about Using models and patterns to LC, DC Rubrics.
correct grammatical and lexical usual events and describe a place.
structures, spelling and punctuation. describe places.
5.2. To manage syntactic and lexical Present, past and future tenses. LC Exam paper.
elements. Conditionals.
1.2 To write texts by using adequate Can write texts about Writing a project about an itinerary. LC, DC, IE Project.
vocabulary and cohesion resources. usual events and Rubrics.
6.3. To use visual aids (images). describe places. Use of non-linguistic resources. LC, CE
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
places. mapping.
UNIT 9 A plate of food

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indicators
Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.2.To identify the main topic of the Can understand the Task and subject identification.
text. main ideas, by means LC
2.3.To distinguish additional topics. of visual aids in Text comprehension.
3.1.To use social and cultural presentations and talks. Recognition of costumes, beliefs and SC, CE Task
elements in order to improve Can understand the values of English speaking countries performance.
comprehension. relevant details in a (the USA).
7.5. To understand different structured daily Recognition of rhythm, intonation words LC Classroom
accents. communication. and sentence stress (the USA). observation.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.3.To ask questions and to reply, to Can take part in Participation in short conversations LC, SC
narrate daily experiences. informal face-to-face in about various topics (food).
4.3. To use communicative functions order to exchange Expressing preferences. LC, SC Conversations.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. things or information, Gerunds and infinitives. LC Task
7.4.To speak correctly, according to invite, ask for or give Pronunciation and sentence stress LC performance.
rhythm and intonation rules. instructions, etc. patterns.

Block 3. Comprehension of written texts


1.To identify main points and most Can understand the Distinction between different types of LC
relevant details in written texts relevant information written comprehension (gist, essential
(magazine article). from web sites information, details). Classroom
3.1.To use socio-cultural elements in (personal interests, Knowledge of cultural and social LC, CE, CMST observation.
order to improve the activities, education, elements of English speaking countries
comprehension. etc.). (eating habits). Exam paper.
4.3.To analyse different types of A restaurant review. LC
texts.
6.3.To deduce the meaning from the Vocabulary related to food. LC
context.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.5. To write more complex text, Can write texts about Using models and patterns to write a LC Rubrics.
using correct grammatical and restaurant review.
lexical structures, spelling and usual events and
punctuation. describe places.
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about food. LC, CMST Concept-
mapping.
UNIT 10 Being a friend

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.2. To manage the strategies for Can understand Inferring the meaning from the LC, LL
understanding general and specific the main ideas, by context.
meaning. means of visual
3.1.To use social and cultural elements in aids in Recognition of costumes, beliefs and SC, CE
order to improve comprehension. presentations and values of English speaking countries Task
talks. (the USA). performance.
7.5.To understand different accents. Can understand Recognition of rhythm, intonation LC
the relevant words and sentence stress (the
details in a USA).
structured daily
communication.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
4.3. To use communicative functions. Can take part in Asking for and giving advice. LC, SC, IE Role-play.
informal face-to- Expressing opinions.
face in order to Description of non-physical qualities Debate.
exchange things of people.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. or information, Modal verbs. LC Conversations.
7.4.To speak correctly, according to rhythm invite, ask for or Pronunciation, intonation and LC Classroom
and intonation rules. give instructions, sentence stress patterns. observation.
etc.

Block 3. Comprehension of written texts


1.1.To understand a legend. Can understandDistinction between different types of LC Classroom
the written comprehension (gist, essential
relevant observation.
information in a information, details).
1.2.To read graded texts in search for text Gradual
(personal identification of LC Exam paper.
information or for pleasure. interests, communicative intentions.
4.3.To analyse different types of texts. activities, An informal letter. LC, SC Task
5.3.To understand the syntactic patterns. education, etc.). Expressions of ability, permission, LC, SC performance.
obligation, prohibition.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.5.To write more complex text, using Can write texts Using models and patterns to write an LC Rubrics.
correct grammatical and lexical structures, about usual informal letter.
spelling and punctuation. events and
4.1. To associate language functions to describe places. Self-assessment. LL, IE Portfolio.
language elements.
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
relationships. mapping.
UNIT 11 Animal planet

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
1.3. To identify the main topic of the text. Can understand the Task and subject identification. LC
1.4. To distinguish additional topics. main ideas, by Text identification and Classroom
means of visual aids comprehension. observation.
in presentations and
talks.
Can understand the
relevant details in a
structured daily
communication.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.3.To ask questions and to reply, to Can take part in Participation in short conversations LC, CMST
narrate daily experiences. informal face-to-face about various topics (animals,
in order to exchange parts of the body).
4.3. To use communicative functions. things or information, Description of physical qualities of LC, CMST Conversations.
invite, ask for or give animals.
instructions, etc. Comparing likes and dislikes. LC, SC
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. Relative clauses. LC
7.4.To speak correctly, according to rhythm Pronunciation and sentence LC Task
and intonation rules. stress. performance.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.3.To identify main points and most Can understand the Distinction between different types LC
relevant details in written texts (articles). relevant information of written comprehension (gist, Task
in a text (personal essential information, details). performance.
5.3. To understand the syntactic patterns. Relative clauses. LC
6.3.To deduce the meaning from the interests, activities, Vocabulary related to animals. LC, CMST
context. education, etc.).

Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)


1.2 To write texts by using adequate Can write short Creating a digital poster about LC, DC, CMST Project.
vocabulary and cohesion resources. reports about water animals. Rubrics.
6.3. To use visual aids (images). situations, people, Use of non-linguistic resources. LC, CE Peer-
objects and places. assessment.
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
animals. mapping.
UNIT 12 Fighting crime

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.2. To manage the strategies for Can understand the Inferring the meaning from the LC, LL
understanding general and specific main ideas, by context. Classroom
meaning. means of visual aids observation.
3.1.To use social and cultural elements in in presentations and Recognition of costumes, beliefs SC, CE
order to improve comprehension. talks. and values of English speaking Task
Can understand the countries (the USA). performance.
7.5.To understand different accents. relevant details in a Recognition of rhythm, intonation LC
structured daily words and sentence stress (the
communication. USA).
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
3.3.To use common rules of courtesy and Can take part in Expressing opinions. LC, SC Debate.
politeness. informal face-to-face
4.3. To use communicative functions. in order to exchange Expressing facts. LC, SC, IE Conversations.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. things or information, Passive voice I. LC
7.4.To speak correctly, according to rhythm invite, ask for or give Pronunciation and question LC Task
and intonation rules. instructions, etc. intonation. performance.

Block 3. Comprehension of written texts


1.3.To identify main points and most Can understand the Distinction between different types LC
relevant details in written texts relevant information of written comprehension (gist, Task
(articles). in a text (personal essential information, details). performance.
4.3.To analyse different types of texts. interests, activities, News reports. LC, SC Classroom
5.3. To understand the syntactic patterns. education, etc.). Passive voice I. LC observation.
6.3.To deduce the meaning from the Vocabulary related to crime. LC, SC
context.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.2. To write well-structured texts. Can write short Writing an e-mail about your mobile LC Exam paper.
1.3. To write a draft. messages phone stolen. LC, LL
(Facebook, Twitter)
1.5.To write a text, using correct about daily Using models and patterns to write LC Rubrics.
grammatical and lexical structures, spelling a newspaper report.
and punctuation. transactions, paying
6.1. To use common vocabulary. attention to the rules Word formation and comparison LC Task
of politeness. with other languages (crime and performance.
criminals).
Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
crime. mapping.

UNIT 13 Brick by brick

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.3. To distinguish between general and Can understand the Distinction between different LC
specific information in daily relevant details in a types of oral comprehension Task
communication. structured daily (essential information, details). performance.
3.1.To use social and cultural elements in communication. Recognition of costumes, beliefs SC, CE Classroom
order to improve comprehension. and values of English speaking observation.
countries (monuments).
6.1. To deduce the meaning from the Use of strategies to extend the LC
context. vocabulary (housing conditions).
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.1. To participate spontaneously in more Can manage Participation in short LC, SC
complex conversations. conversations related conversations about various
to lodging and leisure. topics (housing conditions).
2.3. To use synonyms. Use of words with similar LC, LL Conversations.
meaning.
4.3. To use communicative functions. Description of an object and LC, CMST
place (buildings).
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. Passive voice LC
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.3.To identify main points and most Can understand the Distinction between different
relevant details in written texts relevant information types of written comprehension Task
(articles). from web sites (gist, essential information, LC performance.
(places). details). Classroom
5.3. To understand the syntactic patterns. Passive voice observation.
6.2. To recognise frequent lexical items. American vs. British English.
7.1. To manage spelling rules. American vs. British spelling.
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
5.2. To manage syntactic and lexical Can write texts about Present and past Tenses. Modal LC Exam paper.
elements (use of English). usual events and Verbs. Conditionals. Passive
describe places. voice.
6.1. To use the common vocabulary. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
buildings. mapping.
1.2 To write texts by using adequate Writing a project about an LC, DC, IE Project.
vocabulary and cohesion resources. itinerary. Rubrics.
6.3. To use visual aids (images). Use of non-linguistic resources. LC, CE
UNIT 14 Innovations

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Block 1. Comprehension of oral texts
2.2. To manage the strategies for Can understand the Inferring the meaning from the context. LC, SC Classroom
understanding general and specific main ideas, by observation.
meaning. means of visual
aids in
presentations and
talks.
Block 2. Production of oral texts (expression and interaction)
1.2. To elaborate short oral presentations. Can give short Production of a picture description. LC, SC, LL Rubrics.
1.3. To ask questions and to reply, to presentations about Participation in short conversations LC, CMST
narrate daily experiences. general interests or about various topics (innovations).
4.3. To use communicative functions. studies, and can Asking and answering questions. LC, SC Conversations.
reply to simple Expressing agreements and
questions about the disagreements.
5.4. To manage syntactic elements. presentation. Reported speech. LC
7.4.To speak correctly, according to Pronunciation of sounds and words LC Words repetition
pronunciation, rhythm and intonation rules. stress patterns. and identification.
Block 3. Comprehension of written texts
1.3. To identify main points and most Can understand the Distinction between different types of LC
relevant details in written texts (magazine relevant information written comprehension (extensive
article). in a text (personal reading, gist, essential information, Task
interests, activities, details). performance.
5.3. To use syntactic structures. education, etc.). Reported speech. LC
Block 4. Production of written texts (expression and interaction)
1.2 To write texts by using adequate Can write short Writing a group project about a LC, DC, CMST
vocabulary and cohesion resources. reports about revolutionary invention. Rubrics.
6.3. To use visual aids (images). situations, people, Use of non-linguistic resources. LC, CE
6.1. To use common vocabulary. objects and places. Completing a concept map about LC, CMST Concept-
technology. mapping.