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1 7.º ANO Coursebook: iteen 7 ANO LETIVO 2013/ PRESENTATION DIAGNOSTIC TEST Students are expected to: Recall knowledge previously acquired. Widen their vocabulary range within the subtopics. Develop strategies for handling vocabulary (deducing, guessing from context ). Be aware of intonation/pronunciation patterns. Improve their reading skills by reading for gist and for specific information. Develop strategies for reading a text. Socio-cultural Personal information name surname age country and nationality hometown favourites 1st TERM Number of lessons: UNIT 1 GLAD TO BE BACK! Personal pronouns Present simple: to be Possessive determiners Present simple: to have got Introducing oneself and giving personal information Asking and answering about favourites/ nationalities 1.1 Meeting friends E-pals Meet Justin Love me (song) Guessing game (p.10-11) Class interaction comprehension (p.12,13 ): - Chart filling - Writing a message (homework-personal information-1 st person) /Vocabulary(p.14-16,21) - Table filling - Completing a text - Identifying the right word Listening activity (p.17) - Completing a fact file - Writing a paragraph (personal information-3 rd person) Listening to a song/sound discrimination Student s Book iteen File Audio CD CD-ROM E-manual Workbook iteen Fun PowerPoint presentations Flashcards Slides Teacher s File Diagnosis Direct observation: - participation - interest - involvement in classroom activities - student s answers - the use of the English language in the classroom - homework - punctuality - responsibility - behaviour - Formative worksheets

2 Demonstrate their understanding of oral texts by doing different types of exercises. Personalize the topics of the texts by relating them to their own experience. Infer grammar rules from example sentences. Use the acquired language knowledge to do the required tasks. Develop their speaking skills though participation in class activities. Develop processes for doing various writing tasks. Increase their cultural knowledge of the UK and other countries around the world. Evaluate their own progress. Socialising Doing things together (action verbs) Festivals Halloween Present continuous Question words Saying what people are doing Talking about temporary actions or situations 1.3. Party time Fun with friends I m with you (song) Let s celebrate Happy Halloween comprehension (p.24,25): - True/false - Multiple choice /Vocabulary (p.26,27) - Table filling - Writing questions and answers Listening/Completing a song (p.28) Completing an interview (revising question words) (p.29) Text reading (p.168) Word search Labelling pictures Mask contest Computer Data show Pen drive Film clips Video clips Board Notebooks Progress tests: listening, reading, use of language and writing Formal oral evaluation (observation grid) Project Self-evaluation 2

3 Affective Be sensitive to the topics. Interact with other students. Interact with the teacher. Show enthusiasm for the tasks. Participate willingly in the different tasks. Develop their selfconfidence. Family Family members Jobs and occupations Daily routines Household chores Time Daily activities UNIT 2 ALL IN THE FAMILY Personal pronouns (subject and object) Describing families Adverbs of frequency Prepositions of time Present simple Telling the time Asking and answering about daily routines 2.2 People around me Meet my family 2.4 Daily routines Zac s day Quiz (p.34,35) Class interaction comprehension (p.40,41): - Table filling - True/False - Word snake (p.43) - Table filling - Replacing words by pronouns Vocabulary (household chores) (p.48) - Class interaction (Adverbs of frequency) (p.49) - Writing sentences Reading comprehension (p.50,51): Vocabulary (Telling the time) 3

4 Monique s day - Ordering sentences (Prepositions of time) (p.52) - Writing sentences (Present simple) (p.46,47) - Completing a table - Ordering words Listening activity (p.54) - True/false - Labelling pictures Writing (p.55): - Completing an interview 4 Voluntary work The good things about volunteering Present simple and present continuous Talking about routines and habits Talking about temporary actions or situations 2.5 Get involved An to a friend comprehension (p.56): (p.58) - Completing a table - Choosing the correct option

5 The House Rooms in the house Furnishings in a house Festivals Christmas UNIT 3 NO PLACE LIKE HOME Prepositions of place Describing pictures Describing houses and location Giving opinions 3.1 My house, my home The Simpsons house My dream house My favourite room Let s celebrate Christmas Something about Christmas time(song) Class interaction (p.62) Crossword puzzle (p.63) comprehension (p.64,65) - Labelling pictures - Filling in a table Listening activity (p.67) Comprehension (p.72,73): - Correcting sentences - Question/Answer - Completing an interview Vocabulary (p.74) - Word categories - Labelling a picture (p.75) Text reading (p.170) Decoding words Gap filling 5

6 Students are expected to: Recall knowledge previously acquired. Widen their vocabulary range within the subtopics. Develop strategies for handling vocabulary (deducing, guessing from context ). Be aware of intonation/pronunciation patterns. Improve their reading skills by reading for gist and for specific information. Develop strategies for reading a text. 2nd TERM Number of lessons: UNIT 3 NO PLACE LIKE HOME Past 3.4 Student s Diagnosis habits/situations Then and now Book Home life Past experiences Past simple: to be Describing past situations Past simple: regular verbs Past simple: irregular verbs Talking about finished actions and situations in the past Asking and answering about past actions Childhood memories 3.5 Happy times Interview with Jesse McCartney Matching stanzas to pictures (p.78) (p.79): - Completing a table Listening/Reading comprehension (p.80,81): - True/false - Writing British equivalents (Past simple: regular and irregular verbs) (p.82,83,85): - Writing sentences - Completing an interview iteen File Audio CD CD-ROM E-manual Workbook iteen Fun PowerPoint presentations Flashcards Slides Teacher s File Direct observation: - participation - interest - involvement in classroom activities - student s answers - the use of the English language in the classroom - homework - punctuality - responsibility - behaviour - Formative worksheets 6

7 Demonstrate their understanding of oral texts by doing different types of exercises. Personalize the topics of the texts by relating them to their own experience. Infer grammar rules from example sentences. Use the acquired language knowledge to do the required tasks. Develop their speaking skills though participation in class activities. Develop processes for doing various writing tasks. Increase their cultural knowledge of the UK and other countries around the world. School School timetables School subjects School rooms and places Festivals Valentine s Day Adjective + preposition Describing timetables Expressing likes, dislikes and preferences 4.1 About my school What do you like about school? Let s celebrate! Valentine s Day Love Story-Taylor Swift (song) Class interaction (p.91) Completing sentences comprehension (p.92,93): - True/False - Writing a paragraph Vocabulary (p.94) - Unscrambling (p.95) - Class interaction (likes and dislikes) Matching (p.172,173) Writing a definition Choosing the right words Data show Pen drive Film clips Video Clips Board Notebooks Progress tests: listening, reading, use of language and writing Formal oral Evaluation (observation grid) Project Self-evaluation 7 Evaluate their own progress.

8 Affective Be sensitive to the topics. Interact with other students. Interact with the teacher. Show enthusiasm for the tasks. Participate willingly in the different tasks. Extracurricular activities School Clubs Past continuous Talking about actions or situations in progress at a certain time in the past 4.4 Online writing Mark s blog Class interaction Listening/Reading comprehension (p.104,105): Vocabulary (p.106) - Unscrambling (p.107,108) - Describing a picture - Asking questions 8 Develop their selfconfidence. Bullying The Imperative Talking about bullying Giving friendly, informal advice Giving orders and instructions Asking people to do thinks Making suggestions 4.5 Schooldays Kristen Stewart Listening/Reading comprehension (p.110,111) Table filling - Writing the antonyms - Class discussion (What s bullying) (p.112) (p.113)

9 Students are expected to: Recall knowledge previously acquired. Widen their vocabulary range within the subtopics. Develop strategies for handling vocabulary (deducing, guessing from context ). Be aware of intonation/pronunciatio n patterns. Improve their reading skills by reading for gist and for specific information. Develop strategies for reading a text. 3rd TERM Number of lessons: UNIT 5 MY WORLD Place of living 5.1 Quiz (p.118) Student s Diagnosis City vs Word categories (p.119) Book Indefinite pronouns countryside City and countryside City facilities Public places Talking about the place of living and favourite place Future: will Talking about capital cities Describing one s hometown Making predictions and promises Talking about probable actions /events in the future My Favourite place Gotta be Somebody (song) 5.2 My city London Answering personal questions comprehension (p.120,121): - Table filling - Finding synonyms (p.122) - Choosing the right pronoun Listening/Completing a song (p.123) Matching (p.124) Listening (p.125) - Quiz Crossword (p.126) (p.127) - Completing the rules iteen File Audio CD CD-ROM E-manual Workbook iteen Fun PowerPoint presentations Flashcards Slides Teacher s File Direct observation: - participation - interest - involvement in classroom activities - student s answers - the use of the English language in the classroom - homework - punctuality - responsibility - behaviour - Formative worksheets 9

10 Demonstrate their understanding of oral texts by doing different types of exercises. Personalize the topics of the texts by relating them to their own experience. Infer grammar rules from example sentences. Use the acquired language knowledge to do the required tasks. Develop their speaking skills though participation in class activities. Develop processes for doing various writing tasks. Increase their cultural knowledge of the UK and other countries around the world. An American city New York Shopping Shops and articles The future: be going to Talking about plans/intentions Question tags Offering assistance Accepting/Suggesting Asking/Saying the price 5.3 New York, New York Hello from NY! 5.4 Shop until you drop! Let s go shopping! Class interaction (p.130) comprehension (p.130,131) - Labelling pictures - Finding words in the text (p.132) - Unscrambling verbs Writing an informal letter (p.134) Vocabulary (p.138) - Labelling pictures Completing/Reorganising shopping dialogues (p.139) (p.140, 141) Data show Pen drive Film clips Video Clips Board Notebooks Progress tests: listening, reading, use of language and writing Formal oral Evaluation (observation grid) Project Selfevaluation 10 Evaluate their own progress.

11 Affective Be sensitive to the topics. Interact with other students. Interact with the teacher. Show enthusiasm for the tasks. Participate willingly in the different tasks. Develop their selfconfidence. Sports School sports Professional football UNIT 6 SPORT AND LEISURE Asking and answering about favourite sports Relative pronouns Asking for and giving opinions Comparatives and superlatives 6.1 What sports do you do? What sports do you do? 6.2 School sports Are school sports important? 6.3 The world of football Vocabulary (p.144) - Word unscramble Listening comprehension (p.146) - True/False Class interaction (p.148) comprehension - Finding words in the text - Deciding who said what (p.151) (p.154,155) - Writing sentences 11 Comparing people/places

12 12 EXTENSIVE READING: WONDERS DOWN UNDER - learning cultural and geographical aspects of Australia - talking about travelling and holidays - talking about animals - narrating events ROBIN HOOD - learning about a legendary folk hero - learning historical facts of England - describing people - narrating events OR

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