English Syllabus Intro B


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English Syllabus Intro B

  1. 1. English: Level IntroBeginnerIntro B - 30 hours8 UnitsTopics SpeakingUnit 1 Talking about food likes and dislikes, giving opinions about healthy andBasic foods, meals, desserts; Food unhealthy foods; food needs and haves;pyramid describing eating habitsUnit 2 Talking about sports you watch or pla;. asking about and giving info aboutSports; abilities and talents abilities and talentsUnit 3Months and dates; birthdays,holidays, festivals and special Asking about birthdays; giving dates;ocassions talking about plansUnit 4 Describing health problems and givingParts of the body; health problems advice; talking about common treatmentsand advice; medications and medicationsReview. Stop and check.Unit 5Stores and things you can buy Talking about stores and other places;there; tourist attractions asking for and giving directionsUnit 6 Asking for and giving info about weekend and vacation/seasonal activities;Weekends; vacations; chores and comparing your childhood with thefun activities; seasonal activities presentUnit 7 Asking for and giving info aboutBiographical information; biographical info, date and place of birth;memories; time line of your life describing memories
  2. 2. Unit 8 Describing people`s locations; making phone calls, leaving phone messages;Location phrases; phone calls, making, accepting and declininginvitations, going out with friends invitations, making excusesFinal Review
  3. 3. Grammar Reading / Writing / VocabularyQuantifiers some and any; count and Reading mealtime conversations/foodnoncount nouns; general noun sentences related customs in different countries:e.g. Eggs are good for you; specific noun Writing questions about mealtime habitssentences e.g. I`m eating an egg; adverbs e.g. How often do you eat meat?:of frequency and their placement Vocabulary related to topicSimple present Wh- questions e.g. Whatsports do you play? Where do you run? Reading about races/championships:Can and can`t; Yes/No and Wh- questions Writing questions about sports:for ability Vocabulary related to topic Vocabulary - special event related verbThe future with be going to; Yes/No and phrases: Writing about weekendWh- questions with this grammar; future plans/birthday plans: Reading abouttime expressions birthday customs in different countrieshave+noun, feel+adjective; negative and Reading about ways to improve yourpositive adjectives; imperatives health: Writing advice for health problemsPrepositions of place e.g. on the corner of, Reading about popular tourist attractionsacross from etc.; giving directions with in NY (Google Maps): Writing downimperatives directions Reading about people`s pastSimple past statements with regular and vacations/weekends; Verb phrases aboutirregular verbs; Yes/No questions and seasonal activities e.g. go skiing, playshort answers basketball: Writing about last weekend. Reading about a famous person`s life:Statements and questions with the past of Writing questions about someone`s lifebe i.e. was, were; Wh- questions with did, you are interested in: Memory relatedwas, were vocab (school years, etc.)
  4. 4. Prepositional phrases e.g. at home, onvacation; subject and object pronouns;invitations with Do you want to...? andWould you like to.....?; making excuseswith verb+to e.g. I need to clean, I have to Writing messages: Reading about eventsdo laundry on a webpage: Inviting your friends
  5. 5. Listening / PronunciationSentence stress: Listening for andpracticing pronunciation of vocabularyitemsWord stress in can and can`t sentences:Listening for and practicing pronunciationof vocabulary itemsReduction of going to: Listening to topicrelated conversations about events andplansIntonation of imperative sentences:Listening for and practicing pronunciationof vocab items; listening to questions andsentences about healthStress in compound nouns e.g. rest room,department store; Linking words:Listening to tourist/direction relatedconversationsDifferent pronunciations of -ed endings:Listening to conversations about peoplesplans for vacationsNegative contractions e.g. can`t, didn`t,wasn`t: Listening to places and dates ofbirth
  6. 6. Reduction of have to and want to:Listening to phone conversations andanswering machine messages