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Instituia Public Liceul Teoretic B. Petriceicu- Hasdeu, or.

Drochia

Aprobat _________________ Controlat ____________________


Director ___________ Chitic Rodica Dir. adj./instruire _____________ Aloina Ungureanu

Catedra de tiine umaniste

PROIECTAREA DE LUNG DURAT


LA LIMBA ENGLEZ(LIMBA a I-a)
CLASA A X-a, real

Profesor Raa Natalia


grad didactic II

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2016-2017

Limba englez
Clasa X A limba a I a, profilul real

Nr.de ore Nr. de ore Numrul de Predare


total sptmnal capitole nvare Evaluri
Semestru I 50 3 3
Semestru II 55 3 3
Total 105 3 6 90 9 (16 ore)

Numrul de ore total - 105


Numrul de ore sptmnal 3

Repartizarea :
Predare nvare formarea competenelor 89 ore
Evaluri 9(16 ore)

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10th form
Discipline Management

Statute of the discipline Curricular area Form Nr. of content units per forms Total number per year
Compulsory Language and Communication X 3 content units evolving from year to year 105

Note: A content unit is equivalent to a major theme of the Foreign Language I discipline.

Specific Competences Indicators (SCI) and Sub Competences (SC) Nr. Contents Hours Date Nr.
SCI SC
Unit I
On the Path to Knowledge

Spoken Interaction 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Lesson 1 Enjoy Your Journey 1 1
formulating the main idea in a statement.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary My Life List 1 2
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a
statement.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an The Goal Setting Train. 1 3
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
Grammar -Classifying nouns and characterizing them. The Classification of
Nouns.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Lesson 2 On Education 1 4
formulating the main idea in a statement.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
3
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Education in the Past 1 5
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
2. Comparing and contrasting.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Listening 1.4. Identifying emotional attitudes expressed through Ways of Learning.
different models of intonation in relation to various
communicative acts.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
Spoken and Written 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Education is the Key to 1 6
Interaction introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions Success.
and views on a given topic.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
Grammar -Using Countable and Uncountable Nouns. Countable and 1 7
Uncountable Nouns.
Evaluation 1.3. Checking the knowledge of pupils Initial Test Paper 2 8,9

Spoken Interaction 2.2. Predicting events on the basis of pictures. Lesson 3 Literary Focus 1 10
2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message. Killing Time or Learning.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Why Are Students Turned
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language Off?
and reference materials.
3.1. Distinguishing/identifying the type of the text and
its purpose.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Essay Writing 1 11
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 4 Culture and Civilization. 1 12
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language Just Different.
and reference materials.
2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to

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perform a structured work task.

Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 5 More English? 1 13
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language
Culture, and reference materials.
Comparison Area 2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
2. Comparing and contrasting specific vocabulary.
2. Showing on the map the countries where the
English language is or was spoken.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing suggestions to present opinions and Project Work 1 14
views on a given topic.
Grammar -Using Synonyms/Antonyms and Nouns. Synonyms/Antonyms. 1 15
Nouns.
Evaluation -Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in Unit I Lesson 6 Test Paper. 2 16,17
Unit II
Perspectives on Family and Friends
Spoken Interaction 2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message. Lesson 1 Family Ties 1 18
2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message;
formulating the main idea in a statement.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Household Chores
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a
statement.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.

Listening 1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional Domestic Violence 1 19


contexts.
1.3. Orientation in space following a set of simple and
clearly articulated instructions.

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Written Interaction 4.3. Wiring a list to present opinions and views on a A Base for a Happy
given topic. Family

Grammar -Using the Number of Nouns and Uncountable Nouns The Number of Nouns. 1 20
and their Countable Equivalent. Uncountable Nouns and
their Countable
Equivalent.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Lesson 2 Age and Youth
formulating the main idea in a statement.
2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lost Respect. 1 21
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language Parents and Children-
and reference materials. Two Generations.
3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a Age and Youth.
statement.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title
and / or pictures.
Written and Spoken 4.3. Writing arguments for and against to present Adolescence is the Best 1 22
Interaction opinions and views on a given topic. Period in Our Life.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
Grammar -Using Collective Nouns and their Plurals. Collective Nouns and 1 23
Their Plurals.
Spoken Interaction 2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic. Lesson 3 Literary Focus 1 24
2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Valuing Friendship
formulating the main idea in a statement.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary The Devoted Friend (I) 1 25
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.5. Detaching the general meaning or key ideas from
the text by asking questions.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.

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Listening and 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video The Devoted Friend (II) 1 26
Spoken Interaction messages.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
1.5. Identifying and distinguishing stylistic registers
of the audio messages and establishing relations
between speakers.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an ending of the story to present opinions Own Ending of the story.
and views on a given topic.
Reading, Spoken 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 4 Culture and Civilization 1 27
Interaction and from the context, using the students native language The Oldest Institution in
Culture. and reference materials. the UK.
3.5. Detaching the general meaning or key ideas from
the text by asking questions.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
5. Selecting distinctive cultural aspects presented in
authentic texts, videos, pictures.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 5 More English? 1 28
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.1. Distinguishing/identifying the type of the text and
its purpose.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing a funny story, some humorous dialogues A Funny Story.
and an essay with an introduction, body and Humorous Dialogues.
conclusion, to present opinions and views on a given Essay Writing.
topic.
Grammar -Using Synonyms/Antonyms Synonyms/Antonyms
The Noun, Words and Definitions. The Noun.
Words and Definitions.
Evaluation -Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in Unit II Lesson 6 Test Paper. 2 29,30
Unit III
Health and Wellness.

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Spoken Interaction 2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic. Lesson 1 Keeping Yourself Healthy. 1 31
2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message;
formulating the main idea in a statement.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary On Fitness.
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a
statement.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Listening 1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional Elements of Physical Fitness. 1 32
contexts.
1.3. Orientation in space following a set of simple and
clearly articulated instructions.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Informative Essay.
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
Grammar -Using Polysemy and the Genitive Case. Polysemy. 1 33
The Genitive Case.
Spoken Interaction 2.5. Narrating the content of a film/ of a story/ an Lesson 2 Wellness and the Six Aspects 1 34
article/ a retold story, on the basis of a given plan. of Health
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video How to Make Healthy
messages. Choices.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary The Six aspects of Health. 1 35
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.1. Distinguishing/identifying the type of the text and
its purpose.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Spoken Interaction 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Quotation.
and / or pictures.
2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message.

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Written Interaction 4.1. Drafting letters which express views concerning An Intent Letter to the UN. 1 36
certain issues.
Grammar -Using Compound Adjectives and the Comparison of Compound Adjectives.
Adjectives Comparison of Adjectives.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Lesson 3 Literary Focus 1 37
formulating the main idea in a statement. Learn to Love Yourself
2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Skin Deep. 1 38
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.5. Detaching the general meaning or key ideas from
the text by asking questions.
3.1. Distinguishing/identifying the type of the text and
its purpose.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.1. Drafting letters which express views concerning Letter Writing. 1 39
certain issues.
4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary
(including words formed from other parts of speech).
Reading and 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Lesson 4 Culture and Civilization. 1 40
Spoken Interaction formulating the main idea in a statement. Medical Care. History and
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Facts.
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 5 More English? 1 41
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.

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Written Interaction 4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary Vocabulary Work. 1 42
(including words formed from other parts of speech).

Grammar -Using Synonyms/Antonyms and Adjectives. Synonyms/Antonyms.


Adjectives.
Evaluation -Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in Unit III Lesson 6 Test Paper. 2 43,44,45
Summative Semester Paper 1

Unit IV
On Recreational Activities
Lesson 1 On Entertainment
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; On Entertainment 1 46
formulating the main idea in a statement.
2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic.
2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message.
Listening and 1.4. Identifying emotional attitudes expressed through Hobbies. 1 47
Culture different models of intonation in relation to various Travelling .
communicative acts.
5. Selecting distinctive cultural aspects presented in
auth4entic texts, videos, pictures.
1.3. Orientation in space following a set of simple and
clearly articulated instructions.
Reading 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Wanderlust 1 48
and / or pictures.
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Descriptive Compositions. 1 49
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary
(including words formed from other parts of speech).
Grammar -Using Adjective Derivation and Demonstrative Adjective derivation. 1 50
Adjectives. Demonstrative Adjectives.
Lesson 2 Browsing for Books. 1 51
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Spoken Interaction 2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message.
and Culture 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message;
formulating the main idea in a statement.
2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in
everyday life situations.
5. Selecting distinctive cultural aspects presented in
auth4entic texts, videos, pictures
Reading and 3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a Reading from Habit. 1 52
Spoken Interaction statement.
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video New York Public Library. 1 53
messages.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
1.3. Orientation in space following a set of simple and
clearly articulated instructions.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an New trends in Library and 1 54
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions Informational Fields.
and views on a given topic.
Grammar -Using the Adverb, comparison of Adverbs and The Adverb. 1 55
Adverbials in Final Position. Comparison of Adverbs.
Adverbials in Final Positions.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Identifying the general meaning of a message; Lesson 3 Literary Focus. 1 56
formulating the main idea in a statement. The Reading Public
Reading and 3.1. Distinguishing/identifying the type of the text and The Reading Public. 1 57
Spoken Interaction its purpose.
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a
statement.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.

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Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Summary Writing. 1 58
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 4 Culture and Civilization. 1 59
Spoken Interaction, from the context, using the students native language Nothing Ventured, Nothing
Culture and reference materials. Gained.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
6. Describing the contribution made by outstanding
personalities of the target language community.
Reading and 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 5. More English? 1 60
Spoken Interaction and / or pictures
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic.
Written Interaction 4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary Sentences. 1 61
(including words formed from other parts of speech). Adverb Position.
Grammar -Correct placing of the Adverb in a sentence. Adverb Position.
Evaluation -Testing the knowledge and skills acquired while Lesson 6 Test Paper. 2 62,63
studying this unit(IV)
Unit V
Spoken Interaction 2.6. Participating in dialogues on familiar topics in Lesson 1 Shopping 1 64
everyday life situations.
2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title
and / or pictures
2.5. Narrating the content of a film/ of a story/ an
article/ a retold story, on the basis of a given plan.

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Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary The Boot Shop 1 65
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.5. Detaching the general meaning or key ideas from
the text by asking questions.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.

Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video Shopping Centers. 1 66
messages.
1.5. Identifying and distinguishing stylistic registers
of the audio messages and establishing relations
between speakers.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.

Grammar -Using Modals and the Simple Tenses. Modals. The Simple 1 67
Tenses.
Spoken Interaction 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 2 Eating Out 1 68
and / or pictures Julias Diary
2.5. Narrating the content of a film/ of a story/ an
article/ a retold story, on the basis of a given plan.
4.4. Bilingual translation using the dictionary.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Eating Habits. 1 69
from the context, using the students native language Pubs in the UK.
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary Birthday party menu. 1 70
(including words formed from other parts of speech).
4.3. Writing a menu.
Grammar -Using the Progressive Tenses. The Progressive Tenses. 1 71
Spoken Interaction 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 3 Literary Focus. 1 72
and / or pictures which go with it. Just a Bite.

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Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video The Luncheon (I)
messages.
1.5. Identifying and distinguishing stylistic registers
of the audio messages and establishing relations
between speakers.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary The Luncheon (II) 1 73
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Writing a Narrative. 1 74
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 4 Culture and Civilization 1 75
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language Transportation System in
and reference materials. London.
2.5. Narrating the content of a film/ of a story/ an
article/ a retold story, on the basis of a given plan.
Listening 1.3. Orientation in space following a set of simple and Central London. 1 76
clearly articulated instructions
Reading and 2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic. Lesson 5 More English? 1 77
Spoken Interaction 3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary Sentences
(including words formed from other parts of speech).

Grammar -Using pronouns (one/ones), each/every) , tenses Pronouns 1 78


and Defining, Non-defining Clauses. Tenses
Defining, Non-defining
Clauses
Evaluation -Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in Unit V Lesson 6 Test Paper. 2 79,80
Unit VI
Learning Across Cultures.

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Spoken Interaction, 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 1 Language the Treasure 1 81
Comparison Area and / or pictures which go with it. of a Nation.
and Culture 2. Comparing and contrasting the specific vocabulary, Historical events from
grammatical structures and idiomatic expressions in Moldova
both languages.
5. Selecting distinctive cultural aspects presented in
authentic texts, videos, pictures.
Reading 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Where do languages
from the context, using the students native language come from?
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video Future of the English 1 82
messages. Language.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Essay Writing: My 1 83
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions Mother Tongue.
and views on a given topic.
Grammar - Using the Perfect Tenses the Perfect Tenses 1 84
Spoken Interaction 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 2 The Country of 1 85
and Culture and / or pictures which go with it. Traditions
2.3. Accurate presentation of a verbal message Short Oral Presentation
1. Knowledge of geographical position, regions,
rivers, mountains, cities, climate).
2. Showing on the map countries where the
English language is spoken or was spoken.
Reading 3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a Fact File of the UK 1 86
statement National Symbols.
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.

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Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Report about the UK. 1 87
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.
4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary
(including words formed from other parts of speech).
Listening, Culture 1.3. Orientation in space following a set of simple and The UK
clearly articulated instructions
3. Identifying cultural products specific to English
speaking countries such as clothing, food, money, folk
crafts, musical instruments, etc.
Grammar - Using Present Progressive Tenses appropriately. Present Progressive 1 88
Tenses.
Spoken Interaction 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 3 The Country of 1 89
and / or pictures which go with it. Democracy.
1. Knowledge of geographical position, regions,
rivers, mountains, cities, climate).

Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Discovering the USA
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
2. Showing on the map countries where the
English language is spoken or was spoken

Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Fact File of the USA. 1 90
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions National Symbols.
and views on a given topic
Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video Important Places in the 1 91
messages. USA
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
Grammar -Using the Passive Voice. the Passive Voice 1 92

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Reading and 2.2. Predicting events of a text on the basis of its title Lesson 4 The Land of Paradise. 1 93
Spoken Interaction and / or pictures which go with it. The Fact File of
2.4. Holding a dialogue on an everyday life topic. Moldova.
3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary National Symbols
from the context, using the students native language
and reference materials.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video Legends 1 94
messages.
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing a poem on a given topic. Poems 1 95
4.2. Spelling words from the standard vocabulary
(including words formed from other parts of speech)
Grammar - Using Reported speech. Reported speech. 1 96
Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 5 Literary Focus. 1 97
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language Believe it or Not.
and reference materials Mrs. Easy Has her
2.5. Narrating the content of a film/ of a story/ an Fortune Told.(I)
article/ a retold story, on the basis of a given plan
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Listening 1.1. Identifying key information from audio or video Mrs. Easy Has her 1 98
messages. Fortune Told.(II)
1.2. Accomplishing simple instructions in functional
contexts.
1.4. Identifying emotional attitudes expressed through
different models of intonation in relation to various
communicative acts.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Presentation 1 99
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic.

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Reading and 3.4. Decoding the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary Lesson 6 More English? 1 100
Spoken Interaction from the context, using the students native language British English and
and reference materials American English.
3.2. Deducing the main idea and formulating it in a
statement
3.5. Detaching the general meaning or key ideas from
the text by asking questions.
3.3. Selecting information from several texts to
perform a structured work task.
Written Interaction 4.3. Writing an informative composition with an Presentation 1 101
introduction, body and conclusion, to present opinions
and views on a given topic
Grammar - Using Passive/Active Voice and Direct /Indirect Passive/Active Voice and 1 102
speech. Direct /Indirect speech.
Evaluation - Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in Unit VI Test Paper 2 103,104

Final Evaluation - Testing the knowledge and skills acquired in Unit VI Summative Semester 1 105
Evaluation

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