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1 INSIDE OUT PRE-INTERMEDIATE MAPPING TO THE ESOL NATIONAL CURRICULUM UNIT G Question forms: word order, Subject questions L Family words. Describing people: looks + adjective v. looks like + noun P Long vowel sounds p activity/exercise number skill skill code to views about/discussing/ family names Lexis: Family words Long vowel sounds Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Give personal information Express clearly statements of fact What s in a name? Predicting content of text/reading for detail a) b) c) Lexis Express feelings, likes and dislikes Scan different parts of text to locate information Scan different parts of text to locate information Ask about people s feelings and opinions 6-7 I never forget a face Discussing/reading about/ memory techniques Lexis: Describing people Use a variety of reading strategies to help read and understand an increasing range of unfamiliar words Use a variety of reading strategies to help read and understand an increasing range of unfamiliar words Understand how meaning is built up in chronological, continuous descriptive and explanatory texts of more than one paragraph Use a variety of reading strategies to help read and understand an increasing range of unfamiliar words Lr/E a Lr/E a Sc/E b Rw/E a Rw/E a Sc/E a Lr/E e Lr/E e Sd/E c Rt/E a Rt/E 7a Sd/E d Rt/E 7a Sd/E a Rw/E a Rw/E a Rt/E a Rw/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a

2 7 Meet A.L.I.C.E. Requests for personal information/pronunciation Extract the main points and ideas and predict words from context Listen for grammatical information Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information 8 Close Up Word order in different types of question Questions: word order Subject questions Take part in social interaction Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information/express clearly statements of fact 9 Stand By Me to a song/talking about someone important to you Song Anecdote Give an account/narrate events in the past Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Give an account/narrate events in the past Ws/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Rt/E a Ws/E a Lr/E d Lr/E e Sc/E b Rs/E b Ws/E a Ws/E a Sd/E a Rs/E b Sc/E b Sc/E a Rs/E b Rt/E a Rt/E a Sc/E c Lr/E a Lr/E a Sc/E c Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

3 UNIT Place G What is/are..like? Countable and uncountable nouns. Quantity expressions L City landmarks. Adjectives to describe places. Countries & nationalities. Geographical locations P Word stress: nationalities p activity/exercise number skill skill code 0/ to descriptions of places Lexis Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Give a short description and make comparisons Close Up Forming questions about place What s it like? Nouns: countable/uncountable Apply knowledge of spelling to a wide range of common words and special interest vocabulary Ask for descriptions of people, places and things/give a short description and make comparisons First Impressions Writing a letter describing a place/discussion about different countries Writing Word stress Discussion Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Write using complex sentences Use stress, intonation and pronunciation to be understood and make meaning clear Rw/E a Rw/E a Lr/E a Ws/E a Sc/E f Rs/E b Rs/E b Rw/E a Rw/E a Rw/E a Ww/E a Sc/E d Sc/E f Rt/E a Ws/E a Lr/E e Sc/E a Sd/E d Sd/E d

4 Sd/E d Dream holiday a holiday brochure/writing about a place Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level/write using complex sentences Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Close Up a description of a country/expressions of quantity Quantity 6 Cities of the World Discussing/describing cities Anecdote Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information Give a short description and make comparisons Express feelings, likes and dislikes Give a short description and make comparisons Rt/E a Rt/E a Ws/E a Rt/E a Rs/E b Lr/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Sc/E b Rw/E a Sc/E d Sc/E f Sd/E c Sc/E f Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

5 UNIT Couples G Past simple and past continuous L Expressions to do with relationships. Narrative linkers P Irregular verb sound groups p activity/exercise number skill skill code 6-7 short biographical information about celebrities Lexis 7 Ross and Jane Sequencing a narrative Writing Irregular verb sound groups 8 Let s get personal to a TV game show 6 Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaning Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaning Show sequence through the use of discourse markers and conjunctions Show sequence through the use of discourse markers and conjunctions Apply knowledge of spelling to a wide range of common words and special interest vocabulary Listen for grammatical information Listen for relevant and new information on radio, TV or in live presentations Listen for grammatical information Listen for relevant and new information on radio, TV or in live presentations Listen for relevant and new information on radio, TV or in live presentations Listen for relevant and new information on radio, TV or in live presentations Give an account/narrate events in the past 9 Close Up Form/spelling of past tense verbs/using narrative tenses Past simple Rt/E 9a Rt/E a Rt/E a Rs/E b Sd/E d Rt/E 9a Wt/E a Wt/E a Ww/E a Lr/E d Lr/E a Lr/E d Lr/E a Lr/E a Lr/E a Sc/E c

6 Past continuous Apply knowledge of spelling to a wide range of common words and special interest vocabulary Give an account/narrate events in the past 0 True love Detailed reading/forming questions about celebrities Suspicious Minds to a song Song 6 7 Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaning Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Give an account/narrate events in the past Ww/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Rs/E b Rs/E b Sc/E c Ws/E a Rt/E 9a Rt/E a Ws/E a Sd/E d Rw/E a Rw/E a Lr/E a Ws/E a Rs/E b Rt/E a Sc/E c Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

7 UNIT Fit G Comparative and superlative adjectives. Comparison structures L Words, expressions and collocations to do with sport P Schwa p activity/exercise number skill skill code - Completing/listening to information about sports personalities Lexis Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaning/recognise and understand relevant specialist key words Follow a discussion without actively participating Follow a discussion without actively participating Rt/E 9a Rw/E a Lr/E 7b Lr/E 7b Ws/E a Sd/E d - Close Up Spelling/using comparatives Comparatives The schwa Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Apply knowledge of spelling to a wide range of common words and special interest vocabulary Articulate the sounds of English to make meaning clear Fitness test Answering a fitness questionnaire Lexis: Sport Lexis: numbers Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level / Ww/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Lr/E e Sc/E a Rt/E a Rs/E b Rs/E b Rw/E a Ws/E a Lr/E e Rw/E a Rw/E a

8 6 /Articulate the sounds of English to make meaning clear 6 Tiger Woods /listening to text about Tiger Woods and Follow a discussion without actively participating Follow a discussion without actively participating Give a short description and make comparisons Lr/E e Rw/E a Lr/E e Lr/E e Sc/E a Ws/E a Rw/E a Lr/E e Lr/E 7b Lr/E 7b Sc/E f 7 Close Up Spelling/using superlative Superlatives Anecdote Apply knowledge of spelling to a wide range of common words and special interest vocabulary Ask for descriptions of people, places and things Give an account/narrate events in the past Ww/E a Rs/E b Ws/E a Sc/E d Sc/E c Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

9 UNIT 6 Shop G Verbs with two objects, Present and past simple with adverbs of frequency, Verb patterns: like, enjoy, prefer etc, +ing form L Collocations to do with presents. Clothes and accessories, Expressions to use in shops p activity/exercise number skill skill code - text about presents for detail - 6 Lexis: collocation Close Up Sentence structure Verbs with two objects Anecdote Express clearly statements of fact Give an account/narrate events in the past 6 Close Up Using adverbs of frequency Adverbs of frequency 6 Give a short description and make comparisons Rt/E a Rs/E b Sd/E d Rw/E a Sc/E a Ws/E a Rs/E b Ws/E a Sc/E c Ws/E a Rs/E b Rw/E a Ws/E a Sc/E f Ws/E a 7 How much is she wearing? about celebrities and their clothing Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaning Scan different parts of text to locate information Rt/E 9a Rt/E 7a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

10 Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaning Express clearly statements of fact 8 Close Up Expressing likes/dislikes re shopping Verbs + ing form 9 I ll take it Shopping for a mobile phone 6 7 Listen for grammatical information Ask about people s feelings and opinions/express feelings, likes and dislikes Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Recognise a variety of feelings expressed by another speaker Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Make requests/respond to requests for information Rt/E 9a Sc/E a Rt/E a Rs/E b Rs/E b Lr/E d Sd/E a Sd/E c Lr/E a Lr/E a Lr/E 6a Lr/E a Lr/E a Sd/E d Sc/E a Lr/E b Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

11 UNIT 7 Job Expressions with hand. Time expressions. G Present perfect for time up to now (v. past simple for finished time ) L Employment words & expressions P Stress and intonation in formal presentations p activity/exercise number skill skill code 0- to/ reading/giving descriptions of jobs Lexis: expressions with hand Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Use a dictionary to find the meaning of unfamiliar words Scan different parts of text to locate information Close Up Forming verbs and sentences in present perfect Present perfect simple 6 7 Class experience Asking people about experiences Apply knowledge of spelling to a wide range of common words and special interest vocabulary Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information Youth versus experience to/describing work experiences Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Lr/E a Lr/E a Ws/E a Rw/E a Rw/E a Rw/E a Rt/E a Rt/E 7a Sd/E d Ws/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Ww/E a Ws/E a Sc/E b Rs/E b Sc/E b Sc/E b Rs/E b Lr/E a Lr/E a

12 Lexis: Employment Anecdote Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Give a short description and make comparisons Presentation Writing a job application/making a formal presentation describing work experience Letter of application Presenting yourself Write using complex sentences Write using complex sentences Use formal language and register when appropriate Use formal language and register when appropriate Use formal language and register when appropriate Lr/E a Rw/E a Sd/E d Sc/E f Ws/E a Ws/E a Sc/E a Sc/E a Lr/E e Sc/E a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

13 UNIT 8 Rich G Future forms: (be) going to & present continuous L Words and expressions about money and music p activity/exercise number skill skill code 6 Money to a song Song Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Listen for detail in narratives and explanations 7 Millionaires Detailed reading about millionaires Lexis: money expressions 8 Going solo / to future plans 9-0 and listening 6 Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information/give personal information Express clearly statements of fact Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Follow a discussion without actively participating Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Listen for grammatical information Close Up Writing/listening to sentences with going to for future (be) going to Make arrangements/make plans with other people Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information Rt/E a Lr/E a Rt/E a Sd/E d Rw/E a Sd/E d Rt/E a Sd/E d Rw/E a Rw/E a Sc/E b Sc/E b Sc/E a Rt/E a Lr/E 7b Lr/E a Lr/E d Sd/E d Ws/E a Ws/E a Sd/E f Lr/E a Lr/E a Sc/E b

14 0 Close Up Using the present continuous to make plans and arrangements Present continuous Now give me money (that s what I want) Writing Make arrangements/make plans with other people Make arrangements/make plans with other people Make arrangements/make plans with other people Read/plan and write an application to the Prince s Trust Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Express clearly statements of fact Make arrangements/make plans with other people Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Structure main points of writing in short paragraphs Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Rs/E b Sd/E f Sd/E f Sd/E f Rt/E a Sc/E a Sd/E f Rt/E a Wt/E a Rt/E a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

15 UNIT 9 Rules G Modals of advice, obligation & permission present & past: must, mustn t, couldn t, should, shouldn t have to, don t have to L Describing character. Education P Linking. Word stress p activity/exercise number skill skill code - WebPages about self help books - Lexis: describing character Close Up Using modals for advice/rules must & should Linking Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Give an account/narrate events in the past Understand and distinguish the different purposes of text at this level Use a variety of reading strategies to help read and understand an increasing range of unfamiliar words /Use stress, intonation and pronunciation to be understood and make meaning clear Understand and identify how meaning is built up in chronological, continuous descriptive and explanatory texts of more than one paragraph Use stress, intonation and pronunciation to be understood and make meaning clear Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Make suggestions/give advice - Close Up Using modals in the past/use of modals in a narrative Sc/E c Rt/E a Sd/E d Rw/E a Lr/E e Sc/E a Rw/E a Sd/E d Rt/E a Sd/E d Rs/E b Ws/E a Ws/E a Sd/E d Sd/E d Lr/E e Sc/E a Lr/E a Lr/E a Lr/E a Sc/E e

16 6-7 Past modals: obligation and permission Listen for grammatical information Write using complex sentences 6 Geisha about cultural/social rules Lexis: education Word stress Anecdote Express clearly statements of fact Scan different parts of text to locate information Use stress, intonation and pronunciation to be understood and make meaning clear Give an account/narrate events in the past Rs/E b Rs/E b Ws/E a Lr/E d Rt/E a Ws/E a Rt/E a Rt/E a Sc/E a Rt/E 7a Sd/E d Sc/E a Lr/E e Sd/E d Sc/E c Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

17 UNIT Smile G Imperatives. Grammar of phrasal verbs L Describing faces. Describing character. Verbs patterns. Phrasal verbs. P /S / /Z/ /IZ/ p activity/exercise number skill skill code 6- Read/give descriptions of faces 6 Lexis: the face Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Give a short description and make comparisons Rw/E a Lr/E a Rw/E a Sc/E f Sd/E d /S /, /Z/ or /IZ/? Lexis: describing character Articulate the sounds of English to make meaning clear Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Give a short description and make comparisons 66 What are you like? Answering a questionnaire about personality types Lexis: verb patterns 67 Don t Worry, Be Happy Song Skim read key textual features for different purposes Ask questions to obtain personal or factual information to a song 67 Close Up Making sentences in the imperative Imperatives Use a variety of reading strategies to help read and understand an increasing range of unfamiliar words Recognise context and predict meaning in a range of listening texts and oral interactions Scan different parts of text to locate information Lr/E e Sc/E a Lr/E e Rt/E a Lr/E a Lr/E a Lr/E a Sd/E d Rt/E 6a Ws/E a Sc/E b Ws/E a Rw/E a Lr/E e Rt/E 7a Sd/E d Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

18 68 Take it easy /making suggestions about dealing with stress Lexis: phrasal verbs Extract the main points and ideas and predict words from context 69 Close Up Grammar of phrasal verbs Phrasal verbs 69 Laughter- the best medicine to a report about laughter Rs/E b Ws/E a Ws/E a Rt/E a Ws/E a Ws/E a Sd/E d Rs/E b Ws/E a Ws/E a Listen for detail in narratives and explanations Lr/E a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

19 UNIT Rebel G Dynamic & stative meanings. Passives. L Protest, Word families P Stress in nouns ending in -ion p activity/exercise number skill skill code 70 May Day about protests 7 What are you doing here? Lexis: protest Lexis: word families Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Understand how main points and specific detail are presented and linked, and how images are used to infer meaning that is not explicit in the text Lexis of protest Follow a discussion without participating e.g. on TV Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Recognise and understand an increasing range of vocabulary, applying knowledge of word structure, related words, word roots, derivations and borrowings Use stress and intonation, so that meaning is clearly understood 7 Close Up Understanding the difference between stative and dynamic verbs Dynamic & stative meanings Celebrity rebels Detailed reading about celebrities Listen for grammatical detail Rt/L a Rt/L a Sd/L a Rs/L a Lr/L 6b Rw/L a Sd/L a Sd/L a Rw/L a Lr/L e Sc/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Lr/L d Rs/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a

20 7/ 7 Anecdote Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Narrate events in the past Close Up Using active and passive tenses to narrative events Passives 6 Listen for grammatical detail 7 How green is the class? Conduct a class survey and write up results Report writing Ask for information/make notes to aid planning Choose language suitable for purpose and audience Rt/L a Rw/L a Sd/L a Sc/L c Rs/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a Lr/L d Sd/L a Sd/L a Sc/L b Wt/L a Wt/L a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

21 UNIT Dance G for & since. been. Present perfect simple and continuous L on & at. Informal language p activity/exercise number skill skill code 76 /answering a questionnaire on discos Lexis: on & at 77 The clubbing capital of the world Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning /speaking about nightlife Give factual accounts Rt/L a Rw/L a Ws/L a Sc/L b Give factual accounts 78 My Ibiza to a radio programme about nightlife in Ibiza Lexis: informal language Anecdote Extract information from texts of varying lengths Extract information from texts of varying lengths Use formal language and register when appropriate Ask for information Narrate events in the past Close Up The present perfect with for & since for & since been Present perfect continuous Ask for information Rt/L a Sc/L b Rt/L a Sd/L a Lr/L a Lr/L a Sc/L c Sc/L b Sc/L c Ws/L a Ws/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Sc/L b Rs/L a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

22 Ask for information 8 Billy Elliot /listening to a text about Billy Elliot and listening Use organisational and structural features to locate information Understand how main points and specific detail are presented and linked, and how images are used to infer meaning that is not explicit in the text Give factual accounts Rs/L a Ws/L a Sc/L b Rt/L a Rt/L a Rt/L a Sc/L b Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

23 UNIT Call G Offers and requests, Indirect questions L Telephone language. Social register. Telephone numbers. say, tell & ask p activity/exercise number skill skill code 8- about using telephones 8 Lexis: telephones Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Ask for information Rt/L a Rt/L a Rw/L a Sc/L b 8 Domestic crisis to telephone conversations Extract relevant information from a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Use formal language and register when appropriate Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Give factual accounts 8 Close Up Different ways of making requests on the telephone Offers & requests 8 Telephone talk to/making telephone calls Extract relevant information from a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Respond to questions on a range of topics Use formal language and register when appropriate Give factual accounts Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Lr/L b Sc/L c Lr/L b Lr/L b Sc/L b Lr/L b Lr/L a Sc/L c Sc/L b Lr/L b Lr/L b Lr/L b Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

24 Telephone numbers Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Use stress and intonation, so that meaning is clearly understood Use stress and intonation, so that meaning is clearly understood 86 The latest thing /discussing children and mobile phones Lexis: say, tell, ask 86 Who? What? Where? to identify context Listen for gist in a discussion Give factual accounts 87 Close Up The grammar of indirect questions Indirect questions Listen for grammatical detail Ask for information Lr/L b Lr/L e Sc/L a Sc/L a Rt/L a Sd/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a Lr/L 6a Sc/L b Rs/L a Ws/L a Lr/L d Sc/L b Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

25 UNIT 6 Lifestyle G Future clause after when, if, as soon as. will for prediction Collocations. Food. Food idioms. Food preparation P Sounds and spelling p activity/exercise number skill skill code 9- about lifestyle 9 Lexis: collocations Anecdote Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Ask for information Describe and compare 9 Health farms to requests for information about a health farm Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond Extract relevant information form a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respond 96 Close Up The grammar of complex sentences referring to the future Future time clauses will for prediction Write using complex sentences Write using complex sentences Write using complex sentences 97- Food glorious food Lexis of food/spelling/food idioms Rw/L a Rt/L a Rt/L a Rw/L a Sc/L b Sc/L e Lr/L b Lr/L b Sd/L a Rs/L a Rs/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a Sd/L a Ws/L a

26 98 Lexis: food Sounds and spelling Lexis: food idioms Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Apply knowledge about words to aid accurate spelling 99 How to eat a banana a website about food Lexis: food preparation Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Extract information from texts of varying lengths Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Give factual accounts Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Describe and compare Describe and compare Rw/L a Rw/L a Lr/L e Rw/L a Rw/L a Rw/L a Lr/L a Rw/L a Sc/L b Rt/L a Rw/L a Sc/L e Sc/L e Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

27 UNIT 7 Animals G Relative clauses with that, which, who. Conditionals L Animals. Prepositions after verbs & adjectives P Homophones p activity/exercise number skill skill code 00 Lexis related to animals Lexis: animals Homophones Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Apply knowledge about words to aid accurate spelling 0 Close Up Using relative clauses to describe animals & people 0-0 Relative clauses 6 Write using complex sentences Animal tales about animals doing strange things Lexis Narrate events in the past 0 Special friends to people describing their pets Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Extract information from texts of varying lengths Listen for gist in a discussion Listen for gist in a discussion Extract information from texts of varying lengths 0 Close Up Forming & asking questions using conditionals Conditionals Rw/L a Rw/L a Lr/L e Ws/L a Rs/L a Rs/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a Rt/L a Rt/L a Sc/L c Rw/L a Lr/L a Lr/L 6a Lr/L 6a Lr/L a Sd/L a

28 0 Reptiles to/ texts about pets Lexis: prepositions after verbs and adjectives Anecdote Involve other people in discussion /Involve other people in discussion /Involve other people in discussion Describe and compare Extract information from texts of varying lengths Extract information from texts of varying lengths Describe and compare Rs/L a Sd/L a Ws/L a Ws/L a Sd/L a Ws/L a Sd/L a Rt/L a Sc/L e Ws/L a Ws/L a Lr/L a Lr/L a Sc/L e Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

29 UNIT 8 Weird G Narrative tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect L How + adjectives/adverbs...? have/make/take + noun structures p activity/exercise number skill skill code 06 & discussing crop circles Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate 07 The mother of all circles to an interview about crop circles Lexis: How + adjective/adverb Extract information from texts of varying lengths Extract information from texts of varying lengths Ask for information Ask for information Incredible but true about coincidences Lexis: have/make/take + noun structures Understand and identify the different ways in which meaning is built up in a range of paragraphed texts Extract information from texts of varying lengths Close Up Using the past simple & past perfect to narrate events Past perfect 6 Anecdote Listen for grammatical detail Narrate events in the past Rt/L a Lr/L a Lr/L a Sd/L a Ws/L a Sc/L b Sc/L b Rt/L a Lr/L a Sd/L a Rt/L a Rs/L a Sd/L a Rs/L a Rt/L a Lr/L d Rt/L a Ws/L a Sc/L c

30 Listen for gist in a discussion Listen for gist in a discussion Narrate events in the past We are not alone /writing a text about aliens & speaking Writing Make notes to aid planning Select how much to write and how much detail to include Lr/L 6a Lr/L 6a Sc/L c Rt/L a Sd/L a Wt/L b Wt/L a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

31 UNIT 9 Wheels G Past time: used to. Opinions, advice & suggestions L Cars. Adverbs of manner & attitude p activity/exercise number skill skill code - descriptions of cars Lexis: cars Anecdote Close Up used to to describe journeys Past time: used to + infinitive Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate Describe and compare Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning Describe and compare Narrate events in the past For and against cars to a discussion about car ownership Listen for gist in a discussion Follow a discussion without participating Close Up Language of discussion/advice Opinions Advice & suggestions Follow and participate in a discussion Listen for gist in a discussion Give advice, persuade, warn, etc. Give advice, persuade, warn, etc. Give advice, persuade, warn, etc. 6 A family holiday about a family holiday Rt/L a Sc/L e Rw/L a Rw/L a Sc/L e Rs/L a Rs/L a Ws/L a Sc/L c Sd/L a Lr/L 6a Lr/L 6a Lr/L e Sd/L a Sd/L a Lr/L 6c Lr/L 6a Sd/L b Sd/L b Sd/L b

32 and listening Narrate events in the past 7 Hours From Tulsa to a song Song Recognise and understand an increasing range of vocabulary, applying knowledge of word structure, related words, word roots, derivations and borrowings Recognise and understand an increasing range of vocabulary, applying knowledge of word structure, related words, word roots, derivations and borrowings Extract information from texts of varying lengths Extract information from texts of varying lengths Extract information from texts of varying lengths Rt/L a Rw/L a Rw/L a Sc/L c Lr/L a Lr/L a Lr/L a Sd/L a Macmillan Publishers Ltd 00 Inside Out ESOL mapping pre-intermediate

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