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1 LEVEL New Headway Intermediate SKILLS-BASED SPEAKING Students should be able to GRAMMAR VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION LISTENING WRITING TOPICS: Exploring the World Unit 1 PG 6-13 ask and answer questions about themselves; talk about what they did in the past; talk about wonders in their own lives and preferences; and use English in classroom settings (e.g. asking questions and for permission to do something) Review verb forms and tenses: present simple, past simple, present perfect simple, present continuous, past continuous, and present perfect continuous Review passive and active voice (Grammar Reference p ) Use of auxiliary verbs: to be, to do and to have. Review have/have got Word formation and parts of speech Prepositions Workbook: p Pronunciation Word Stress Phonetic symbols p159 Listening: p 6-7 General Knowledge Quiz; p 8 Making Conversation; p12 My Wonders. Workbook: p10-11 (pronunciation) Correcting Mistakes: p103 Write a letter to a friend/ Write about a wonder in your world. Length: 100 words or more TOPICS: Interesting Occupations and Leisure Activities Unit 2 PG talk about what makes people happy; different types of jobs and the advantages and disadvantages of each; their preferred sports and leisure activities; and express simple numbers, decimals and percentages Review use of Present tenses: present simple, present continuous Practice and review the use of present passive Opposite adjectives Phrasal verbs with look and be Using play, go and do when talking about sports Workbook: p Pronunciation Final s Listening:p15 I don t know if I m happy p16 Unusual life p21 Sport and leisure activity p21 Numbers and dates Workbook: p14 Letters and s p Write an to an old friend. Give him/her news about what you have done recently and what your future plans are. Length: 100 words READING Student s book p10-11: Wonders of the Modern World Student s book p18-19 The Clown Doctor

2 LEVEL New Headway Intermediate ACTIVITIES RESOURCES SELF-STUDY CULTURE Conversations: Getting to know each other in the Test Your Grammar section p6 asking and answering questions; Making Conversations p8 Pairwork: An amazing thing happened! United Nations Goodwill Ambassador p151/p152 Teacher s Resource book p122 : Living in the Modern World (reading and speaking activity) / Learn about our world: the modern and ancient wonders Listen to a British family discuss wonders in their society. Conversations: discuss What do you think? p19 Pairwork: Practice numbers with each other by writing any number and asking your partner to read them correctly and vice versa. Think of other sports and decide whether you use play, go or do to describe them? Teacher s Resource book p123 : Songs and poems Learn about sports and leisure activities in the English-speaking world, e.g. American football, hockey, baseball etc. Learn about alternative jobs

3 LEVEL New Headway Intermediate SKILLS-BASED SPEAKING Students should be able to GRAMMAR VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION LISTENING WRITING TOPICS: Storytelling and biographies Unit 3 PG tell a simple story; tell what they plan to do; talk about art and literature; describe artists/authors/books/films they like/dislike and why; and ask and talk about preferences and opinions Past tenses: past simple and continuous Past simple vs. past perfect Past passive Adverbs, prepositions revision Workbook: p18-24 Pronunciation: Homonyms Listening p23 The Tale of Gluskap and the Baby p28 Books and films Workbook: p24 Telling a story p Write a story of your own Length: words TOPICS: Giving suggestions and cultural etiquette Unit 4 PG talk about rules and regulations; talk about starting a new job; give advice to a foreigner visiting from a abroad; Modal verbs used in obligation and permission: have (got) to, can, be allowed to, should, must National words, countries and corresponding adjectives Polite forms to make requests and ask questions: Could you? Would you? Can I.? Workbook: p25-30 Pronunciation Stressed words Listening p30 Teenagers and parents P32 Planning a trip p36 Come round to my place Workbook:p30 Write a for and against essay. Choose one topic from p108, or come up with your own Length 150 words Write a paragraph about your favorite book or film p28 READING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES Student s book p26-27 The painter and the writer p23 The Tale of Gluskap and the Baby: retell the story by focusing on intonation and expressing appropriate emotions. Pairwork:p28 Talk about your favorite book or film Pairwork: p151/152 An amazing thing happened QUIZ: Stop and Check 1 (Teacher s Resource Book p ) Student s book p34 A world guide to good manners Conversations: p32 Compare and contrast laws in your country with those in Britain Pairwork: Plan a trip! Do a mini-presentation on a trip somewhere. Use the local Bangkok Post s Classifieds section or the Internet for ideas (p32)

4 LEVEL New Headway Intermediate SELF-STUDY CULTURE Learn about famous artists and literary figures in the Western world Learn about local tales and stories from around the world SKILLS-BASED SPEAKING Students should be able to TOPICS: Travel, making plans, and weather Unit 5 PG arrange a meeting; discuss their ideal holiday; talk about the weather; talk about the public transport; Learn about children in other countries, e.g. how they are raised. Learn about laws in Britain; compare and contrast with laws in your country TOPICS: Writing letters and the world of food Unit 6 PG talk about popular food and popular places to eat; talk about their city and people they know; GRAMMAR VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION LISTENING WRITING READING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES Future forms: going to vs. will Present continuous Describing the weather Workbook: p31-36 Pronunciation: Vowel sounds and spelling Listening p40 What s going to happen p41 Arranging to meet p44 A weather forecast Workbook: p36 Making a reservation at hotel p109 Write an to a hotel of your choice (look in the classifieds of the Bangkok Post) to book a room. Make some special requests. Student s book p42 My kind of holiday Conversations: Getting to know each other in the Test Your Grammar section p6 asking and answering questions; Making Conversations p8 Pairwork: Roleplay: Be a receptionist or a guest at a hotel p45 Questions with like Verb patterns: enjoy + gerund, want + to + infinitive, make s.o. + infinitive Describing food, towns and people Using collocations Workbook: p37-42 Pronunciation: Sentence stress Listening p 46 A Student Visitor p52 New York and London Workbook: p42 Describing a room p Write a short essay describing your bedroom (or another room of your choice). Be sure to use lots of adjectives. Include a picture of the room that you described! Length : 100 words Student s book p50 Global pizza Conversations: Talking about you p47 Pairwork: Talking about you p153 Presentation: Use PowerPoint to prepare a presentation on the description of your room (based

5 LEVEL New Headway Intermediate Describe the weather in your hometown. Discuss the different seasons in your country. on the writing assignment) QUIZ: Stop and Check 1 (Teacher s Resource Book p ) this quiz can be separated into different sections and given after each unit. EXAM: Progress test 1 (Teacher s Resource Book p ) SELF-STUDY CULTURE Talk about traveling Learn about European geography and weather Learn about life in New York, London and other major cities Learn about pizza and Western food Course Description: In this course, students will continue to develop their four skills in English : speaking, listening, writing and reading. There will be a focus on developing fluency in English. Students will learn more vocabulary words and improve their pronunciation by focusing on intonation and proper production of sounds. Moreover, students will listen to CD recordings of authentic conversations as well as watch movies appropriate for their level (with subtitles in English if available) in order to provide opportunities for them to hear a variety of different types of spoken English and allow them to acquire an ear for correct and clear pronunciation. To develop oral skills, students will be asked to remember short passages and recite them in class. Discussions on each reading passage will also be held, allowing students to express themselves and to use English in a non-threatening setting. There will be frequent review of materials covered in previous lessons, such as vocabulary quizzes and grammar exercises, in order to help students master important skills and to build on their previous knowledge. The class will consist of various hands-on group and individual activities. A variety of materials will be presented to students and they will have ample opportunities to master communication skills for use at the United Nations. Students will be asked to perform small skits and to practice their spoken English through role-plays, discussions, and presentations. There will also be various writing assignments covering a range of topics during class and for homework. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Equivalent: B1 (Threshold)

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