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1 TOPICS: Alphabet; greetings, names and titles of address; numbers and phone numbers PG 2-7 introduce themselves friends, say hello goodbye; ask for names and phone numbers Possessive adjectives my, your, his, her; the verb be: affirmative statements and contractions Linked sounds Listening for spelling of names and phone numbers Writing a list of names and phone numbers Work book pg 1-6 TOPICS: Possessions, classroom objects, personal items, locations in a room PG 8-13 naming objects; asking for and giving the location of objects Articles a, an, the; this/these, it/they; plurals; yes/no and where questions with be; prepositions of place: in, on front of, behind, on, next to, under Plural s endings Listening for the location of objects Writing the locations of objects Work book pg 7-12 Work book pg1-6 Work book pg 7-12 Famous classmates: introducing yourself to new people p1 listening p17 grammar p33 vocabulary log p53 group project: Making business cards and introducing yourself to others 1.2 Snap! numbers and everyday nouns 2.2 Bingo! using simple sums Reward resource pack starter: #3 Wrong numbers asking for and correcting tel numbers The Internet and the Language Classroom Pg106 It s a mystery: secret codes, numbers, the alphabet Find the differences: Comparing two pictures of a room p2 listening p18 grammar p34 vocabulary log p54 group project: make poster using pictures/photos from magazine to describe yourself 1.1 What s this? It s a 8.1 Find the gold prepositions, rooms, furniture, is/are there? Reward resource pack starter: #16 I live in Buckingham Palace board game Listening for personal information Listening to conversation about lost things - 1 -

2 TOPICS: Cities and countries; adjectives of personality and appearance; numbers and ages PG talk about cities and countries; ask for and give information about place of origin, nationality, first language and age; describe people. The verb be; affirmative and negative statements, yes/no questions, short answers and Wh-questions Syllable stress Listening for countries, cities, and languages Listening to descriptions of people Writing questions requesting personal information Work book pg TOPICS: Clothing, colours, weather and seasons PG ask about and describe clothing and colours; talk about the weather and seasons, find the owners of objects Possessives: adjectives our, their; pronouns, names, and whose; present continuous statements and yes/no questions; conjunctions and, but; placement of adjectives before nouns Pronouncing s and sh Listening for descriptions of colours and clothing Writing questions about what people are wearing Work book pg Work book pg Work book pg Board game: Finding out more about classmates p3 listening p19 grammar p34 vocabulary log p 71 group project: presenting a partner s hometown with pictures/postcard Pair work: Talking Together p13: Numbers, pronunciation, picture identification numbers game Games for grammar practice Pg 8 Balloon tours countries Reward resource pack starter: #6 People and places quiz yes/no questions to play tic-tac-toe Celebrity fashion: describing celebrities clothing P4 listening P20 grammar p35 vocabulary log p 72 group project: designing cloths and fashion show 7.2 Do you have a pen? matching nouns and adjectives Reward resource pack starter: #11 How much is it? price, clothes, article position, adjectives The Internet and the Language Classroom pg101 Nice day today: weather vocab Listening to descriptions of four people Listening to a fashion show - 2 -

3 TOPICS: Clock times; times of day; everyday activities PG ask for and tell the time; ask about and describe current activities Time expressions: o clock, am, pm, noon, midnight, in the morning/afternoon/ evening, at night/7:00/midnight; present continuous Whquestions and verb + ing conjunction so TOPICS: Transportation; family relationships; daily routines; days of the week PG ask for and give information about how people go to work; talk about family members; describing daily and weekly routines Simple present statements with regular and irregular verbs; simple present yes/no and Whquestions; time expressions: early, late, everyday, on Sundays/weekends/ weekdays Rising and falling intonations Listening for times of day Listening to identify people s actions Third person singular -s endings Listening for activities and days of the week Writing times of the day Work book pg Reading an online chat between two friends: Friends across a continent Work book pg What s wrong with this picture? describing what s wrong with a picture P5 listening P21 grammar p36 vocabulary log p 57 group project: present a poster of people doing things at specific times Pair work: Talking Together p17: Asking and telling the time New Headway resource book beginners 6.1 What time is it in? solving time zone puzzles in different countries Writing about you and your family Work book pg Reading about three people s daily schedules: What s your schedule like? Work book pg Class survey: Finding out about classmates habits and routines P6 listening P22 grammar p37 vocabulary log p 58 group project: Interview someone, make a calendar of their typical day, present to class Pair work: Talking Together p17: Daily routines New headway resource book beginners 3.1 Where s he from? exchanging info to complete ID card; present simple third person Listening to a television show Listening to questions about your weekly routine - 3 -

4 TOPICS: Houses and apartments; rooms, furniture PG ask about and describe houses and apartments, talk about furniture in a room Simple present short answers; there is, there are; there s no, there isn t a, there are no, there aren t any TOPICS: Jobs and workplaces, workday routines PG ask for and give information about work; give opinions about jobs; describing workday routines Simple present Wh-questions with do and does; placement of adjectives after be and before nouns Pronunciation of th Contractions of isn t/aren t Listening to descriptions of homes Listening to people shop for furniture Writing about your dream home Work book pg Reading about unusual homes: Two special houses in the Southwest Work book pg Find the differences: Comparing two apartments P7 listening P23 grammar p38 vocabulary log p 59 group project: Design a dream home 8.1 Find the gold prepositions, rooms, furniture, is/are there? Reward resource pack starter #24 A dream house There is/are, rooms, furniture Reduction of do and does Listening to people describe their jobs Writing about jobs Work book pg Work book pg The perfect job: Figuring out what job is right for you P8 listening P24 grammar p39 vocabulary log p 60 group project: choose an interesting job and tell the class about it Pair work: Talking Together p9: Personal information New Headway resource book beginners 7.3 Hot and cold matching adjective opposites Listening to a conversation about a new apartment Listening to a conversation about a new job - 4 -

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