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  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME ENGLISH 4 Academic Year : 2009-2010 PROGRAMME Teachers : Det, Jackie Hours a week : 1 x 4 MATERIALS M = MURPHY, Raymond, English Grammar in Use, with answers, Cambridge University Press, 2006 (with keys and CD) EVU =McCARTHY, O`DELL, English Vocabulary in Use, Upper-intermediate, Cambridge University Press, 2008 (with keys and CD) TEACHERS’ DIARIES www.clt.be (You will get an email with a link and a password. Change your password into one that you can remember. If you’ve forgotten your password, ask your teacher for a new one.) Det : 4 A, 4 D, 4 E Jackie: 4 B, 4 C SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS 1. Feelings and actions Belief and opinion (EVU 63 A B C) linked with discussions 2. Connecting and linking words Time (EVU 21) linked with telling old and new stories Discourse markers in speech (EVU 27) linked with discussions Discourse markers in writing (EVU 28) linked with writing Although, though, even though, in spite of, despite (M 113) linked with telling old and new stories and with writing VOCABULARY 1. Topics Countries, nationalities and languages (EVU 35) linked with ‘A, an, the’ (structures, M 77) The weather (EVU 36) linked with telling new stories and talking about the future Relationships (EVU 39) linked with ‘Possession, giving and lending’ (EVU 74) and ‘Possession’ ( structures M 81, M 83) Everyday problems (EVU 41) linked with telling new stories + linked with making decisions (I will/I won’t) 2. Basic concepts Possession, giving and lending (EVU 74) linked with ‘Relationships’ (EVU 39) and ‘Possession’ (structures M 81, M 83) a
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME STRUCTURES 1.Talking about now (activities and no activities) and facts linked with selected topics from EVU We will focus on this throughout the year in speaking, listening and writing tasks. Newcomers to the CLT could use the following topics from Murphy as reference material. Those who did level 3 could revise these units. English level 3 1. Talking about activities now Form : present continuous (M 1 ex 1.1, 1.2, 1.3) 2. Talking about changes Form : present continuous (M 1 ex 1.4) 3. Talking about facts Form : present simple (M 2 ex 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4) 4. Doing things by saying something (I promise, I apologise etc.) Form : present simple (M 2 ex 2.5) 5. Revision : Talking about activities now or facts Form : present continuous or present simple (M 3 ex 3.1, 3.2) 6. Talking about negative habits Form : present continuous (M 3 ex 3.3) 7. Talking about activities now Form : present continuous)/Talking about now (no activities) Form : present simple (M 4 ex 4.1, 4.2, 4.3) 8. Talking about strange behaviour Form : present continuous (M 4 ex 4.4) 2. Telling old and new stories linked with selected topics from EVU We will focus on this throughout the year in speaking, listening and writing tasks. Newcomers to the CLT could use the following topics from Murphy as reference material. Those who did level 3 could revise these units. English level 3 A. Telling old stories (global and personal) 1. Not linking ideas 1.1. One activity/event Form : simple past (M 5 ex 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4) 1.2. One activity + clock time Form : past continuous (M 6 ex 6.1) 2. Linking ideas (M 6 ex 6.2, 6.3, 6.4) 1.1 Simultaneous activities long/long Form : past continuous./past continuous long/short Form : past continuous/simple past short/short Form : simple past/simple past 1.2 Consecutive activities (M 15 ex 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4; M 16 ex 16.1, 16.2, 16.3) First activity in reality Form : past perfect/past perfect continuous Second activity in reality Form : simple past B. Telling new stories (global and personal) 1. Introduction Form : present perfect (M 7 ex 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4) 2. Details Form : simple past (see above M 5; M 12 ex 12.2, 12.3) C. Talking about experiences/Checking Form : present perfect (M 8 ex 8.1) D. Talking about today, this week, this month, this summer, this year etc. Form : present perfect (M 8 ex 8.2, 8.3, 8.4); present perfect continuous (M 9 ex 9.1) b
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME E. Talking about now plus a period Form : present perfect/present perfect continuous (M 9 ex 9.2, 9.3, 9.4 : contrasted with now without a period) (M 11 ex 11.1, 11.2, 11.3 activities are contrasted with no activities) F. Talking about unfinished activities Form : present perfect continuous Talking about finished activities Talking about how much you have done; how many people you’ve invited, how many times you have done something Form : present perfect (M 10 ex 10.1, 10.2, 10.3) G. Mentioning now plus a period with for or since Form : present perfect (M 12 ex 12.1) H. Talking about something you haven’t done Form : present perfect or It’s a month now since I did this (M 12 ex 12.4) I. Revision (M 13 ex 13.1, 13.2, 13.3; M 14 ex 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4) J. Forms (M appendix 1 p. 293) NEW STORIES Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 regular verbs Intro of new info X has died. Details When did he die? He died yesterday. He didn’t die of cancer. irregular verbs Intro of new info X has done it. Details When did he do it? He did it yesterday. He didn’t do it. OLD STORIES regular verbs Column 1 Column 2 NOT Column 3 The Chinese invented it. / When did they invent it? They didn’t invent it. irregular verbs They did it. / When did they do it? They didn’t do it. 3. A, an, the Names without `the’ (M 77) linked with ‘Nationalities’ (EVU 35) 4. Possession linked with ‘Relationships’ (EVU 39) and ‘Possession, giving and lending’ (EVU 74 ) ‘s (your sister’s name) and `of’ (the name of the book) (M 81) A friend of mine/my own house/on my own/by myself (M 83) c
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME SKILLS LISTENING (Short) videos and audiotapes related to the topics mentioned under ‘vocabulary’. Listening for gist first and then for detail. Different types of listening texts: improvised speech; speech based on script. 1. Effective vocabulary learning Learning vocabulary – general advice (EVU 1 C) Guessing and explaining meaning (EVU 7) SPEAKING 1. Conversation (in groups) 2. Discussion (in groups) 3. Transaction (functional dialogue) (in groups). Format : role play 4. Telling an old story (individually) Conversations and discussions are related to the topics mentioned under ‘vocabulary’. They are both free and more structured. In the latter case students have to make use of specific vocabulary, functions and structures covered in the syllabus. Transactions are mainly related to ‘functions’. A role play is the appropriate format here. In class there are conversations and discussions in groups and in twos. At the exam students converse, discuss and role play in twos. They will also have to relate an old story on their own. Correction in class is mostly indirect and based on a focus. Students are supposed to be willing to take initiative, to be communicative, to link what they say to what their classmates have just communicated and to take risks. PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘Countries, nationalities and languages’ (EVU 35); ‘The weather’ (EVU 36); ‘Relationships’ (EVU 39); ‘Everyday problems’ (EVU 41) 2. Phonemic Symbols (EVU p. 3) 3. Pronunciation of –s (3rd person singular and plural) 4. Pronunciation of –ed (regular verbs when telling old and new stories) READING Texts related to the topics covered in the syllabus and to current affairs. 1. Effective vocabulary learning Learning vocabulary – general advice (EVU 1 C) Guessing and explaining meaning (EVU 7) WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary) 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with ‘Belief and opinion’ (EVU 63 A B C) Dying languages 2.2 Describe/Tell an old or new story 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4 Transaction : Write a functional text. d
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME STUDY SKILLS Enhancing awareness of what one is doing so as to become independent. 1. Effective vocabulary learning Learning vocabulary – general advice (EVU 1) Learning vocabulary – aids to learning (EVU 2) Organising a vocabulary notebook (EVU 3) Using your dictionary (EVU 5) Revising vocabulary (EVU 6) Guessing and explaining meaning (EVU 7) TESTS AND REVISION Short tests about the covered topics, functions and structures. Tests are of TASKS both a formal and informal kind. NOVEMBER KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY 1. Topics Global problems (EVU 42) linked with telling old and new stories + linked with passive (see structures) Education (EVU 43) linked with telling old and new stories Work (EVU 44) linked with telling old and new stories STRUCTURES 1. Telling old and new stories linked with many topics from EVU; see September/October 2. Passive linked with ‘Global problems‘ (EVU 42) (For those students struggling with basic structures reference is made to Murphy – as covered in CLT Level 3 course: Passive – M 42, M 43, M 44, M 45, M 46). SKILLS LISTENING see September/October SPEAKING see September/October PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘Global problems’ (EVU 32); ‘Education’ (EVU 43), ‘Work’ (EVU 44) READING see September/October WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary). 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with ‘Belief and opinion’ (EVU 63 A B C) 2.2. Describe/Tell an old or new story My schooldays 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4 Transaction Write a note to a school explaining why you/your son or daughter were/was absent. TESTS AND REVISION see September/October TASKS EXTRA MUROS e
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME DECEMBER KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS 1. Basic concepts Time (EVU 70) linked with ‘Towns’ (EVU 50) and telling old and new stories VOCABULARY 1. Topics Sport (EVU 45) linked with telling old and new stories Food (EVU 48) linked with telling old and new stories Towns (EVU 50) linked with telling old and new stories; A, an, the (M 78) and Prepositions (M 123, M 124, M 125) STRUCTURES 1. Telling old and new stories see September/October 2. Connecting and linking words (within a sentence) linked with ‘Sport’ (EVU 45), ‘Food’ (EVU 48), ‘Towns’ (EVU 50) Relative clauses 1 : clauses with who/that/which (M 92) Relative clauses 2 : clauses with and without who/that/ which (M 93) Relative clauses 3 : whose/who/where (M 94) Relative clauses 4 : extra information clauses (1) (M 95) Relative clauses 5 : extra information clauses (2) (M 96) 3. A, an, the Names with and without `the’ 2 (M 78) linked with ‘Towns’ (EVU 50) 4. Prepositions in/at/on for position (M 123, M 124, M 125) linked with ‘Towns’ (EVU 50) SKILLS LISTENING see September/October SPEAKING see September/October Role play linked with Food : e.g. What would you cook for dinner for a given celebrity? e.g. Ordering food in a restaurant, ordering a round of drinks in a pub. PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘Sport (EVU 45); ‘Food ‘(EVU 48); ‘Towns’ (EVU 50) READING see October/September WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary). 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with Belief and opinion, (EVU 63 A B C) What landmarks of your town would you include in the Unesco Heritage List? 2.2. Describe/Tell an old or new story Draft a brochure for your town. 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4 Transaction TESTS AND REVISION see September/October TASKS EXTRA MUROS A guided town walk. f
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME JANUARY BEFORE THE EXAM PERIOD TESTS AND REVISION FUNCTIONS 1. Revision functions, vocabulary and structures KNOWLEDGE VOCABULARY 2. Mock written test STRUCTURES TESTS AND REVISION LISTENING 1. Official listening test (decided by the teacher) SKILLS SPEAKING 2. Mock oral test READING 3. Mock reading test WRITING 4. Official composition (decided by the teacher) EXAM PERIOD th TEST FUNCTIONS 1. When : Monday 18 May 2010 (7-9 pm) KNOWLEDGE VOCABULARY Where : Auditorium Parkstraat STRUCTURES TEST SPEAKING 1. When : various days (decided by the teacher) SKILLS READING see test ‘Knowledge’ AFTER THE EXAM PERIOD TESTS 1. When : first or second week of the second term FEEDBACK 1st term 2nd term ORAL EXAM Listening / 10 / 15 Speaking / 40 / 60 Total / 50 / 75 WRITTEN EXAM Reading / 10 / 15 Writing (Composition) / 10 / 15 Vocabulary, functions and / 30 / 45 structures Total / 50 / 75 / 100 / 150 /% g
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME FEBRUARY KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY 1. Topics The natural world (EVU 51) Health and medicine (EVU 53) linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) STRUCTURES 1. Asking questions linked with all topics from EVU Questions 1 (M 49) Questions 2 (M 50) SKILLS LISTENING see September/October SPEAKING see September/October Role play for ‘Health and medicine’ (EVU 53) : Make an emergency telephone call to the doctor PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘The natural world’ (EVU 51); ‘Health and medicine’ (EVU 53) READING see September/October WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary). 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with ‘Belief and opinion’ (EVU 63 A B C) 2.2. Describe/Tell an old or new story 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4 Transaction TESTS AND REVISION see September/October TASKS EXTRA MUROS A walk in the woods. h
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME MARCH KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS 1. Connecting and linking words Condition (EVU 22) linked with Connecting and linking words : Condition (Structures M 114, M 115) Cause, reason, purpose, result (EVU 23) linked with current affairs, a newspaper article or a news item on telly Concession and contrast (EVU 24) linked with discussion Addition (EVU 25) linked with discussion 2. Feelings and actions linked with current affairs, a newspaper article or a news item on telly, or try and express your feelings when telling stories Pleasant and unpleasant feelings (EVU 64) Like, dislike and desire (EVU 65) VOCABULARY 1. Topics Travel (EVU 54) linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) Holidays (EVU 55) linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) 2. Feelings and actions The six senses (EVU 67) linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) What your body does (EVU 68) linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) 3. Basic concepts Sound and light (EVU 73) linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) STRUCTURES 1. Prepositions linked with ‘Travel’ (EVU 54) and ‘Holidays’ (M 122) at/on/in for time (M 121) on time/in time/at the end/in the end (M 122) to/at/in/into (M 126) in/at/on (other uses (M 127 C) by (M 128 B) 2. Connecting and linking words : Condition Expressing regret : If I had known … linked with telling old and new stories (see first term) (For those students struggling with basic structures reference is made to Murphy – as covered in CLT Level 3 course: M 40) In case ( M 114) Unless/as long as/provided/providing (M 115) i
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME SKILLS LISTENING see September/October SPEAKING see September/October Role plays for functions. Asking questions. Link with Extra muros activity. PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘Travel’ (EVU 54), ‘Holidays’ (EVU 55) READING see September/October WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (on issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary). 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with ‘Belief and opinion’ (EVU 63 A B C) 2.2. Describe/Tell an old or new story 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4. Transaction TESTS AND REVISION see September/October TASKS EXTRA MUROS Interviewing a blind person. j
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME APRIL KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS 1. Idiomatic expressions Everyday expressions (EVU 79) linked with ‘Belief and opinion’ (EVU 63 A B C) VOCABULARY 1. Topics The Arts (EVU 46) Music (EVU 47) 2. Basic concepts Number, quantity degree and intensity (EVU 69) linked with Quantity (see structures M 85, M 86,M 87, M 88, M 89, M 90, M 91) Movement and speed (EVU 75) linked with telling old and new stories Success, failure and difficulty (EVU 77) linked with current affairs, a newspaper article or a news item on telly and with Condition 3. Idiomatic expressions Idioms describing feelings or mood (EVU 83) ) linked with telling new and old stories Idioms describing problematic situations (EVU 84) linked with current affairs, a newspaper article or a news item on telly STRUCTURES 1. Describing linked with telling old and new stories Adjectives and adverbs 1 (quick/quickly) (M 100) Adjectives and adverbs 2 (well, fast, late, hard/hardly) (M 101) So/such (M 102) Quite, pretty, rather and fairly (M 104) 2. Quantity Some and any (M 85) No/none/any/nothing/nobody (M 86) Much/many/little/few/ a lot/plenty (M 87) All/all of; most/most of; no/none of (M 88) Both/both of; neither/neither of/either/either of (M 89) All/every/whole ( M 90) Each/every (M 91) SKILLS LISTENING see September/October SPEAKING see September/October PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘The Arts’ (EVU 46); ‘Music’ (EVU 47) READING see September/October WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary). 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with ‘Belief and opinion’, (EVU 63 A B C) 2.2 Describe/Tell an old or new story 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4 Transaction TESTS AND REVISION see September/October TASKS k
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME MAY KNOWLEDGE FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY 1. Topics Science and technology (EVU 57) Computers and internet (EVU 58) The press and the media (EVU 59) linked to telling old and new stories 2. Varieties of English Headline English (EVU 99) STRUCTURES 1. Prepositions Noun + preposition (reason for, cause of etc. (M 129) Adjective + preposition 1 (M 130) Adjective + preposition 2 (M 131) Verb + preposition1 to/at (M 132) Verb + preposition 2 about/for/of/after (M 133) Verb + preposition 3 about and of (M 134) Verb + preposition 4 of/for/from/on (M 135) Verb + preposition 5 in/into/with/to/on (M 136) SKILLS LISTENING see September/October SPEAKING see September/October PRONUNCIATION 1. Pronunciation of topic related vocabulary (Index EVU p. 281) ‘Science and technology’; ‘Computers and internet’ (EVU 58); ‘The press and the media’ READING see September/October WRITING 1. Spelling (M appendix 6 p. 298-299) 2. Topic related writing tasks (issues related to the topics covered under vocabulary) 2.1. Write a paragraph in which you express your opinion - linked with ‘Belief and opinion’ (EVU 63 A B C) 2.2 Describe/Tell an old or new story 2.3. Summarise Write a summary of the discussion which has taken place in class. Write a summary of the news you’ve listened to. 2.4 Transaction TESTS AND REVISION see September/October TASKS l
  • ENGLISH 4 PROGRAMME BEFORE THE EXAM PERIOD TESTS AND REVISION FUNCTIONS 1. Revision functions, vocabulary and structures KNOWLEDGE VOCABULARY 2. Mock written test (see January first term) STRUCTURES TESTS AND REVISION LISTENING 1. Official listening test (decided by the teacher) SKILLS SPEAKING 2. Mock oral test (see January first term) READING 3. Mock reading test (see January first term) WRITING 4. Official composition (decided by the teacher) EXAM PERIOD th TEST FUNCTIONS 1. When : Monday 17 May 2010 (7-9 pm) KNOWLEDGE VOCABULARY Where : Auditorium Parkstraat STRUCTURES TEST SPEAKING 1. When : various days (decided by the teacher) SKILLS READING see test ‘Knowledge’ AFTER THE EXAM PERIOD TESTS 1. When : after the deliberation, beginning of June FEEDBACK 1st term 2nd term ORAL EXAM Listening / 10 / 15 Speaking / 40 / 60 Total / 50 / 75 WRITTEN EXAM Reading / 10 / 15 Writing (Composition) / 10 / 15 Vocabulary, functions and / 30 / 45 structures Total / 50 / 75 / 100 / 150 /% m