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1 Preparation for the CAE CEFR Level: C1 Author of the syllabus: Nicole E. Schwab Phone: Signature and stamp: Coordinator: Erik L. Dostal Phone: Signature and stamp:

2 Preparation for the CAE CEFR Level C1 CEFR start: B2+ CEFR end: C1 Syllabus M-F Open Course duration: 36 lessons 90 minutes each CA Institute of Languages Overview CA Institute s ESOL Exam Preparation courses are designed for students who are seeking to pass the ESOL examinations for a recognized language level certificate. Exam preparation focuses on reading, writing, speaking, listening, use of English. Goals To improve the level of students understanding of a foreign language and to pass the CAE. To prepare students for the structure and content of particular English exams. To reach a C1+/C2 level according to the CEFR. End of course CAN DO Statements n I can talk about character adjectives and expressions with luck. I can write a formal letter. n I can talk about customs and traditions. I can do gapped texts and key word transformations. I can use gerunds and relative clauses properly. I can write a proposal. n I can talk about the future. I can do themed reading texts and multiple choice listening exercises. n I can talk about nature and animals. I can do sentence completion listening activities and multiple-choice cloze Use of English questions. I can use direct and indirect speech. n I can talk about health and fitness. I can do multiplechoice reading activities and short extract listenings. I can use modals. I can write a contribution. Materials CAE Results Student's book CAE Results Resource book/teacher's book CAE Results workbook Other resources Film, documentaries, TV, projector, internet, dictionaries, special projects Milestones Weekly quizzes Special activities Weekend courses Intensives Movie night Much more.

3 n I can talk about the past and history. I can complete themed texts and I can complete word formation activities. I can understand and use participle clauses. I can write an essay. n I can talk about social issues. I can do multiple-choice activities in reading, listening, and use of English. I can understand and use the conditionals. I can write a magazine article. n I can talk about crime and punishment. I can write a report. I can use passives. n I can talk about buying and selling. I can complete gapped sentences and easily use confused words. I can write a review. Prerequisites Upper-Intermediate understanding of English B2+ according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Requirements It is necessary to be flexible and prepared. Please complete all assignments beforehand and bring the following to class: 1. Laptop 2. Articles, textbooks, documents and homework Topic Outline / Schedule Important Note: Refer to the course calendar for specific meeting dates and times. Activity and assignment details will be explained in detail within each week's corresponding learning module. If you have any questions, please contact your instructor. n Lesson 1 Icebreaker games. Go over course material and goals. Introduce yourself and get to know your classmates and teachers. Phonemic chart. Choose a book for fun reading. n Lesson 2 Unit 1: What are you like? Speaking lead in. Reading Finding the Real You. Vocabulary: character adjectives. n Lesson 3

4 1A: Speaking and Listening Working where the Grass is Always Greener. Complete a work survey. Work vocabulary. Speaking about work. n Lesson 4 Grammar: Review of Tenses. Listening: New hobbies. Speaking: Asking and answering personal questions. n Lesson 5 Use of English: Word formation. Gapped sentences. Vocabulary: expressions with luck. Writing: A formal letter. (Unit review for homework, quiz next lesson) n Lesson 6 Unit 1 quiz. Unit 2: Customs and traditions lead in. Reading: Festival in the Desert, gapped text. Vocabulary: easily confused words. n Lesson 7 Grammar: Gerunds and Infinitives. Listening, short extracts. Speaking: Ceremonies. n Lesson 8 Use of English: Open-cloze, key word transformations. Grammar: relative clauses. Writing: A proposal. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 9 Unit 2 quiz. Unit 3: Looking Ahead lead in. Reading: themed texts. Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs with up and down. n Lesson 10 Grammar: Future forms. Listening: multiple-choice. Speaking: talking about the future. n Lesson 11 Use of English: multiple-choice cloze. Vocabulary: expressions connected with age. Writing: A formal letter. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 12 Unit 3 quiz. Unit 4: Into the Wild lead in. Reading: gapped texts. Vocabulary: Expressions with animals. n Lesson 13 Grammar: Past tenses. Listening: Sentence completion. Speaking with pictures and exam prompts.

5 n Lesson 14 Use of English: Open-cloze. Writing: A contribution. Review for homework. n Lesson 15 Unit 4 quiz. Unit 5: Health matters lead in. Reading: Multiple-choice. An unhealthy obsession. Vocabulary: health and fitness. n Lesson 16 Grammar: Direct and indirect speech. Listening: short extracts. Speaking about health using pictures and exam prompts. n Lesson 17 Use of English: Word formation. Vocabulary: word formation. Writing: A letter. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 18 Unit 5 quiz. Unit 6: Would You Believe lead in. Reading: multiple-choice. Superheroes. Vocabulary: verbs of moving and looking. n Lesson 19 Grammar: Modals. Listening: multiple matching. Speaking about celebrations with pictures and exam prompts. n Lesson 20 Use of English: multi-choice cloze. The left-handed Burger, key word formations. Vocabulary: expressions with right and wrong. Writing an essay. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 21 Unit 6 quiz. Unit 7 Traces of the Past lead. Reading themed texts. Vocabulary: phrasal verbs with off and in. n Lesson 22 Grammar: participle clauses. Listening HMS Anson sentence completion. Speaking: using pictures and prompts to talk about history. n Lesson 23 Use of English: Word formations. Vocabulary: Word formations. Writing: a competition essay. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 24

6 Unit 7 quiz. Unit 8: The Big Issues lead in. Reading: multiple-choice Mean Machines. Vocabulary: big issues. n Lesson 25 Grammar: Conditionals. Listening: multiple-choice, Volunteer jobs. Speaking: Use pictures and prompt to talk about big decisions. n Lesson 26 Use of English: Multiple-choice cloze The Meaning of Life. Vocabulary: expressions with end. Writing a magazine article. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 27 Unit 8 quiz. Unit 9: It's a Crime lead in. Reading: Multiple matching Writing crime fiction. Vocabulary: crime and punishment. n Lesson 28 Grammar: Passives. Listening: short extracts. Speaking: Use prompts to discuss rules and regulations. n Lesson 29 Use of English: Open cloze Invasion of Privacy. Vocabulary: phrasal verbs with out and over. Writing: A report. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 30 Unit 9 quiz. Unit 10: Buying and selling lead in. Reading: Gapped text The Appeal of Ebay. Vocabulary: expressions with business and words connected with shopping. n Lesson 31 Grammar: mixed conditionals and wishes. Listening: Multiple-choice. Speaking: Using prompts to discuss advertisement. n Lesson 32 Use of English: Word formation The Business of Bling, gapped sentences. Vocabulary: easily confused words. Writing: a report. Unit review for homework. n Lesson 33 Unit 10 quiz. Unit 11: Entertainment or art lead in. Reading: Themed texts. Vocabulary: Art and entertainment. n Lesson 34

7 Grammar: Comparatives and superlatives. Listening: Sentence completion. Speaking: use prompt to discuss different types of entertainment. n Lesson 35 Use of English: Open cloze Music to the Ears, key word transformations. Vocabulary: three-part phrasal verbs. Writing: A review. Unit review for homework. Unit 11 quiz. Unit 12: A changing world lead in. Vocabulary: expressions with earth, world, and ground. Grammar: Emphasis. n Lesson 36 CAE Sample Test Useful Links Cambridge English British Council One Stop English English Vocabulary Profile Lextutor Oxford Dictionary Cambridge Dictionaries Online MacMillan Dictionary British National Corpus MISCELLANEOUS Mandatory Reading Gude, K. Stephens, M. (2008), CAE Result Student s Book, Cambridge University Press. Gude, K. Stephens, M. (2008), CAE Result Work Book, Cambridge University Press.

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