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1 2016 LESSON PROGRAMME INTERMEDIATE B1 OPEN ALL LANGUAGES

2 CONTENTS GRAMMAR LESSONS... 4 PRESENT AND PAST... 4 LESSON 9 A2/B1=> PRESENT & PAST REVIEW... 4 LESSON 10 B1/B2=> NARRATIVE... 4 ARTICLES, NOUNS, PRONOUNS & DETERMINERS... 4 LESSON 13- A2/B1=> ARTICLES & NOUNS... 4 LESSON 14 A2/B1=> PRONOUNS... 4 LESSON 15 B1/B2=> ABSTRACT NOUNS... 4 PRESENT PERFECT AND PAST... 4 LESSON 18 A2/B1=> PRESENT PERFECT... 4 LESSON 19 B1/B2=> PRESENT PERFECT VS PAST SIMPLE ADVANCED... 5 LESSON 20 B1/B2 PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS... 5 CONJUCTIONS AND PREPOSTIONS... 5 LESSON 23 -B1/B2=> CONTRAST CLAUSES... 5 LESSON 24 B1/B2=> CONDITIONAL CLAUSES... 5 FUTURE... 5 LESSON 29 B1/B2=> FUTURE CONTINUOUS... 5 LESSON 30 B2=> FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE & CONTINUOUS... 5 MODALS... 5 LESSON 33 A2/B1=> MODALS LESSON 34 - B1/B2=> MODALS LESSON 35 B1/B2 MODALS IN CONTEXT... 6 CONDITIONALS... 6 LESSON 36- A2/B1=> 0 & 1 ST CONDITIONALS... 6 LESSON 37 - B1/B2=> 2 ND CONDITIONALS... 6 LESSON 38 - B1/B2=> 3 RD CONDITIONALS... 6 PASSIVE & REPORTED SPEECH... 6 LESSON 40 B1/B2=> REPORTED SPEECH... 6 LESSON 41 - A2/B2=> SIMPLE PASSIVE... 6 ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, INTENSIFIERS... 6 LESSON 45 A2/B1=> ADVERBS... 6 LESSON 46 A2/B1=> ADJECTIVES & INTENSIFIERS... 6 LESSON 47- A2/B1 COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES LESSON 48 B1/B2 ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS ADVANCED... 7 PHRASAL VERBS... 7 LESSON 50 A2/B1=>... 7

3 CONVERSATION LESSONS... 8 CONVERSATION A2/B1 =>... 8 DESCRIBING PEOPLE & OBJECTS... 8 VOCATION & EDUCATION... 8 DESCRIBING ROOMS & OBJECTS... 8 TRAVEL & SERVICES... 8 DESCRIBING PLACES... 8 DESCRIBING PAST EXPERIENCES & EVENTS... 8 LIFESTYLE... 8 BREAKING NEWS... 8 CONVERSATION B1/B VOCATION & EDUCATION... 9 DISCUSSING / MAKING PLANS & DECISIONS... 9 DESCRIBING EXPERIENCES... 9 FILMS & BOOKS... 9 LIFESTYLE... 9 BREAKING NEWS... 9 DEBATING CHAMBER... 9 IDIOMS... 9 FILM ENGLISH... 9

4 LESSON PROGRAMME LESSON 9 A2/B1=> PRESENT & PAST REVIEW - Review of Simple past and present continuous - WH questions and negatives in the past - Past Continuous (all forms) - Used to LESSON 10 B1/B2=> NARRATIVE - Past simple, past perfect (narrative) - Past Continuous (narrative) - Used to (narrative) Would expressing habit in the past INTERMEDIATE (B1) GRAMMAR LESSONS PRESENT AND PAST ARTICLES, NOUNS, PRONOUNS & DETERMINERS LESSON 13- A2/B1=> ARTICLES & NOUNS - common problems with count/uncount nouns - Zero article with countable and uncountable nouns: She has blond hair; I love pizza; I ve got bad news; who wants coffee? - A few and few, A little and little - Graded Quantifiers: Many/Much - More Most - Quantifiers with Countable & Uncountable nouns LESSON 14 A2/B1=> PRONOUNS - Subject and object pronouns - Subject pronouns - There/it/they - Direct and indirect pronouns - her friends/to my friends - Reflexive pronouns - myself/themselves LESSON 15 B1/B2=> ABSTRACT NOUNS - Revision: Most, some, lots of. - Articles & nouns - Colloquial and abstract forms: A great deal of time, money, trouble etc. - All the, most; both (of), neither (of), either (of); fewer, several etc. - All, every and whole/entire - Singular quantifiers: Each and every LESSON 18 A2/B1=> PRESENT PERFECT PRESENT PERFECT AND PAST - Present perfect 1: He has lost his wallet; have you got your results; Have you ever?; She hasn t been to Scotland.

5 - Present perfect vs past simple: I have done / I did - For and since; When?and How long? - SPEAKING: Storytelling & describing past activities - (have you ever?) LESSON 19 B1/B2=> PRESENT PERFECT VS PAST SIMPLE ADVANCED - Present perfect 2: She s just gone to the shop; I ve started but I haven t finished yet; He still hasn t arrived. - Present perfect, past simple: I ve been to Thailand twice. I went there in 2003 and Have you been there? LESSON 20 B1/B2 PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS - Present perfect continuous: It s been raining non-stop for two days now; how long have you been playing tennis? - Past perfect: The train had left when I got to the station; When I got home, Joan had already cooked supper: They had already paid by the time I asked for the bill. LESSON 23 -B1/B2=> CONTRAST CLAUSES CONJUCTIONS AND PREPOSTIONS - Contrast clauses: Although; though; even though; while; In case - As if / as though / like - In spite of / despite LESSON 24 B1/B2=> CONDITIONAL CLAUSES - Conditional clauses:if; unless; as long as, Provided/providing - Time clauses: while; as; as soon as; by the time; until LESSON 29 B1/B2=> FUTURE CONTINUOUS FUTURE - REVISION: Will vs going to - Future Continuous: Will be doing; He ll be working late tomorrow - SPEAKING: Future hopes and expectations: This time next year I ll be. LESSON 30 B2=> FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE & CONTINUOUS - Predictions with Future continuous: This time next year I ll be doing - Future perfect: Will have done I d better go and collect the girls, they will have finished by now - SPEAKING: By the time I finish university/school I ll have. - Future perfect continuous: Will have been doing - When I do / When I ve done; When and if (Conditional) - Speaking: Describing hopes and plans LESSON 33 A2/B1=> MODALS 2 MODALS - Must and can t; Have to; should; May and might; Possibly, probably, perhaps - Speaking: Making requests / suggestions, giving advice etc. LESSON 34 - B1/B2=> MODALS 3 - Could (do); Might, may, will, probably; Must/can t (deduction); Must/have to; Ought to; Need to/needn t - Had better; It s time - Speaking: Making requests / suggestions, giving advice etc.

6 LESSON 35 B1/B2 MODALS IN CONTEXT - could have (done); Should /might / may have been etc. - Supposed to have - Can t have, needn t have - READING: text LESSON 36- A2/B1=> 0 & 1 ST CONDITIONALS CONDITIONALS - 0 & 1 st conditionals: If I stay in the sun, I get a headache; If I fail my exams, my father will be angry. - SPEAKING: What happens if you? LESSON 37 - B1/B2=> 2 ND CONDITIONALS - 2 nd conditionals: If I won the lottery, I d buy a big house; - Speaking: What would you do if you won the lottery? LESSON 38 - B1/B2=> 3 RD CONDITIONALS - 3 rd conditionals: I would have told him if I had seen him. - Speaking: What would you have done if you had been alive in 1945 LESSON 40 B1/B2=> REPORTED SPEECH PASSIVE & REPORTED SPEECH - Reported speech 1: (he said that ) - Reported speech 2: Range of tenses including past perfect and use of might, would, could, should LESSON 41 - A2/B2=> SIMPLE PASSIVE - Introduction to passive: (is done /was done) LESSON 45 A2/B1=> ADVERBS ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, INTENSIFIERS - Adverbs of Frequency: Have you ever /he often/usually/always/ hardly ever carries a bag. - Simple adverbs of place, manner, time: everywhere, quickly, tomorrow etc. - Spelling, word order - Order of adverbs LESSON 46 A2/B1=> ADJECTIVES & INTENSIFIERS - Adjectives ending in ed & -ing: really boring / really amusing /really exciting /already excited. - Basic intensifiers: Quite / so / a bit, - Too, so, such, enough - Use of as and like LESSON 47- A2/B1 COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES 2 - Comparative Use of than: This book is more interesting than / My sister is much older than... - Superlatives. - Use of definite article and preposition phrases: The fastest mammal in the world/ the quicker we finish, the sooner we can go home.

7 LESSON 48 B1/B2 ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS ADVANCED - Adverbial phrases of degree/extent, probability: extremely cold / very quickly / too quickly / probably / definitely. - Attitudinal adverbs: Frankly; Clearly; Apparently; Fortunately. - Wide range of intensifiers: extremely / much too / quite well / terribly difficult / unbelievably easy / much too difficult. - Collocation of intensifiers: totally exhausted; absolutely horrified LESSON 50 A2/B1=> - Phrasal verbs 1 Introduction - Common phrasal verbs: PHRASAL VERBS

8 CONVERSATION LESSONS DESCRIBING PEOPLE & OBJECTS CONVERSATION A2/B1 => - SPEAKING: Describing people: manner and appearance: mood, height, hair/eye colour etc. Marco has blue eyes; Ekaterina is tall and slim; Mary has long blonde hair. - Describing things: It s green and it s made of plastic: It s small, round and made of rubber. - GRAMMAR: Adjective word order - VOCABULARY: Adjectives, colours etc VOCATION & EDUCATION - SPEAKING: talking about what you do and where you work; describing your day to day responsibilities etc. Your education, subject / field of study / work / research etc. - VOCABULARY: I m an accountant and I m responsible for.etc.; I m studying towards a PHD the topic of my thesis is.; I m doing a Master s of Science etc. DESCRIBING ROOMS & OBJECTS - SPEAKING: How to describe rooms. - VOCABULARY: rooms, furniture, household articles etc. This is a living room; in the living room there is a couch and a table. On the table there are plates and a vase. TRAVEL & SERVICES - SPEAKING: A return ticket to Brighton, please; you need to check in at least two hours before departure; the gate number will be announced on the monitor in the departure lounge. - READING: Travel and holidays. DESCRIBING PLACES - SPEAKING: Describe your home town or other town / city / Country etc. - VOCABULARY: Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland; it has lots of old buildings. It is famous for its castle and its architecture. - Cairo is the capital city of Egypt. It is on the banks of the River Nile. It has a population of more than 10 million people. Cairo has a rich history. DESCRIBING PAST EXPE RIENCES & EVENTS - SPEAKING: describing / what you did last weekend / a memorable day / a previous holiday etc. - VOCABULARY: Last year I went to Spain for a walking holiday. Sometimes I stayed in local mountain hostels and sometimes I slept in my tent. - Last year we went to Thailand for our holidays. We visited many interesting places. I went scuba-diving while my boyfriend went on an elephant ride. Does this bus go to the town centre? LIFESTYLE - SPEAKING SKILLS: Discussing and expressing opinions on various lifestyle topics. I.e. family, friends, relationships, shopping, internet, technology, horoscopes etc.; Describing feelings & emotions. - LISTENING & READING: various depending on topic VOCABULARY: various depending on topic. BREAKING NEWS

9 - SPEAKING: Discussing various News articles and current affairs etc. - LISTENING & READING: Gap-filler and reading exercises designed to improve listening and reading skills. - VOCABULARY: various VOCATION & EDUCATION CONVERSATION B1/B2 - SPEAKING: talking about what you do and where you work; describing your day to day responsibilities etc. Your education, subject / field of study / work / research etc. - VOCABULARY: I m an accountant and I m responsible for etc.; I m studying towards a PHD the topic of my thesis is...; I m doing a Master s of Science etc. DISCUSSING / MAKING PLANS & DECISIONS - SPEAKING: planning a holiday or event. Decision making; expressing opinions; agreeing & disagreeing. DESCRIBING EXPERIENCES - SPEAKING: Narrating and describing past experiences. - VOCABULARY: I was walking the dog in the park when I heard a loud crash. I looked in the direction of the noise and saw that a huge tree had fallen down. There were some people screaming and calling for help and some children were trapped under one of the fallen branches. FILMS & BOOKS - SPEAKING: Describing / critiquing & reviewing films and books. - VOCABULARY: Setting, background, theme, story, issues, climax, genre etc. My favourite film is The Lord of the Rings, it s a fantasy movie set in a fictional time and place. The main character is etc. LIFESTYLE - SPEAKING SKILLS: Discussing and expressing opinions on various lifestyle topics. i.e. family, friends, relationships, shopping, internet, technology, horoscopes etc.; Describing feelings & emotions. - LISTENING & READING: various depending on topic VOCABULARY: various depending on topic. BREAKING NEWS - SPEAKING SKILLS: Discussing and expressing opinions on various News articles and current affairs etc. - LISTENING & READING: Gap-filler and reading exercises designed to improve listening and reading skills. - VOCABULARY: various DEBATING CHAMBER - SPEAKING SKILLS & VOCABULARY: Discussing and expressing opinions on a variety of contentious issues and current affairs, polemics, politics etc. - Developing an argument; expressing agreement and disagreement; expressing reaction and indifference etc. IDIOMS - SPEAKING: The use of idioms in every day English FILM ENGLISH - SPEAKING: various discussions and exercises centred around short video clips.

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