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COLEGIUL NAŢIONAL ‘KÖLCSEY FERENC’ AVIZUL ŞEFULUI DE

CATEDRA
DISCIPLINA : LIMBA ENGLEZA L1

TEACHER: FRANCZIA RÉKA


CLASA: X.A. bilingv 5 ore pe săptămâna
MANUAL: GOING FOR GOLD S 1-8

PLANIFICARE CALENDARISTICĂ
Nr. Conţinuturi Competenţe Specifice Nr. de Sǎptǎmâna Observaţii
UI. ore
alocate

Introduction 1.1; 1.2; 2.3; 3.2; 4.1;

Vocabulary: using specific vocabulary related to holidays; nouns, verbs,


1. adjectives; fixed phrases 5 S1
Grammar: degrees of comparisons; past tenses
Speaking: describing places, asking for and offering information about
holiday resorts
discussion based on a film

Writing: : drafting a holiday brochure; writing a narrative essay

2. Water, water everywhere 1.1; 1.2; 2.3; 3.2; 4.1;


Vocabulary: Verbs and nouns of "using"; adjectives describing feelings
Grammar: Question tags; present perfect simple or continuous?
Reading: The power of dolphins (gapped text); focusing on different types
of language links 5 S2
Listening: Water: fascinating facts (multiple choice); listening for key
words; Water sports (multiple matching); predicting content
Speaking: People enjoying themselves in water (comparing photos);
different types of specific comments
Writing: Story (3); story ending with the words ... ; time phrases (e.g.
during his teenage years, only a year later)
Use of English: Error correction; Five Olympic Golds!; ordering stages for
dealing with task type
Give us a clue
Vocabulary: Crime and evidence (e.g. fingerprint, suspect); word families 5 S3
(e.g. life, lively, lifeless)
Grammar: Modals of deduction (present, past)
Reading: Crime scene (multiple matching: headings); predicting headings
from content 1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 1.6; 2.1; 2.3; 3.2;
3. Listening: The life and death of Marilyn Monroe (note taking); predicting 4.3
missing information
Speaking: Witness to a crime (describing what you saw); noticing elements
in a picture
Writing: Informal letter (2); describing an unusual event; linking words
(e.g. eventually, then); multiple choice cloze (vocabulary)
Use of English: Multiple choice cloze; Frozen in time; choosing the
correct alternative
Progress check Units 10-12 2 S4
4.
A long way from home
Vocabulary: Travel; phrasal verbs and expressions with make
Grammar: Gerund or infinitive?; future perfect or continuous 5 S4-S5
Reading: Get away from it all! (multiple matching: questions); expressing
statements in different words; The time machine by H.G. Wells
(comprehension questions)
1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.2; 3.1; 3.2; 3.4;
Listening: The most travelled man in the history (true/false); making
5. 4.2;
questions to help you listen; song: Proud (Heather Small)
Speaking: Deciding what to put in a time capsule (collaborative task);
sounding interested and involved
Writing: Transactional letter (3); choosing a holiday with some friends;
focusing a appropriate content and style
Use of English: Key word transformations; following instructions
correctly
6. Just an act 1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.3; 3.2; 4.1;
Vocabulary: TV, cinema, theatre (e.g. audience, subtitles); conversational
phrases (e.g. there's no point, we may as well) 5 S5-6
Grammar: Comparative and superlative adverbs; passives
Reading: A man for all time (multiple matching: headings); justifying your
choice from the text
Listening: Two extracts from the play After Liverpool
Speaking: Dressing for a night out (comparing photos); ways of comparing
and contrasting
Writing: Discursive composition (2): Cinema or video? Linkers of
contrast; organising paragraphs
Use of English: Open cloze; Moulin Rouge - a review; procedure for
dealing with open cloze
Giving something back
Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs and expressions with give; extreme adjectives
(e.g. tired/exhausted)
Grammar: Verbs with objects (e.g. give something to someone); unless, as
long as, in case 8 S6-7
Reading: Spending a year abroad (multiple matching: questions); finding 1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 1.4; 1.5; 2.3; 2.6;
key words and parallel expressions 3.1; 3.2;
7.
Listening: Multiple choice (unrelated extracts); justifying your answers;
Bill Gates (sentence completion); predicting missing information
Speaking: Moral dilemmas (discussion); review of giving opinions, asking
for opinions and expressing uncertainty
Writing: Report (2); recommending a charity; ways of recommending
Use of English: Word formation; Something for everyone?; focusing on
what kind of word is missing
8. Progress check Units 13-15 5 S8