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5 сыныптарға арналған күнтізбелік-тақырыптық жоспар
Календарно-тематический план для 5 класса
Calendar Thematic Plan for the 5th grade
2017-2018 оқу жылы/учебный год/academic year«Excel 5 for Kazakhstan». Authors: Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley, Bob Obee. 2017.
Week Date Lesson Theme Lesson Objectives Use of English Home task
I term 24 hours
Starter
I 1 Diagnostic test VC and GR learnt in the 4th grade 2 Introducing, Colours, Numbers p. 4-6 5.C9, 5.L1, 5.S1, 5.S6. 5.UE11, 5.S7, 5.W1, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.C8, 5.UE1, 5.UE3, 5.W2, 5.C1 GR: a/an, Plurals
VC: Numbers, Colours, School objects, Week days
S&F: Asking about names, address, telephone numbers, age SB
Ex.7 Page 5
(at Teacher’s discretion)
3 Greeting, Classroom activities p. 7-8 5.S1, 5.S2, 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.W1, 5.C6, 5.W2, 5.W3, 5.UE4, 5.UE6, 5.UE14 S&F: Greetings
R&L: Classroom language, Textbook language SB
Ex.14 Page 8
(at Teacher’s discretion)
UNIT ONE “Home and Away”
II 4 Rooms and Furniture p. 9 5.S1, 5.S2, 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.W1, 5.C6, 5.W2, 5.W3, 5.UE4, 5.UE6, 5.UE14 VC: Rooms, furniture W&GB
Page 4
(at Teacher’s discretion)
5 Unusual Buildings. Furniture and Appliances p. 10-11 5.L, 5.S1, 5.S2, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.W1, 5.W3, 5.UE1, 5.UE3, 5.UE4 VC: Appliances
R&L: T/F/DS statements ex.2p.10
S&F: Describing rooms W&GB
Page 5
(at Teacher’s discretion)
6 There is/ There are p. 12 5.L, 5.S1, 5.S2, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.W1, 5.W3, 5.UE1, 5.UE3, 5.UE4 GR: There is/ There are W&GB
Page 6
(at Teacher’s discretion)
III 7 Prepositions of Place p. 13 5.L1, 5.UE8, 5.L6, 5.S1, 5.S2, 5.S7, 5.S6, 5.S6, 5.R2, 5.R5, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.UE14 VC: Ordinal numbers (1st-100th)
GR: Prepositions of place
S&F: Describing location W&GB
Page 7
(at Teacher’s discretion)
8 Are You Home Alone? P. 14-15 5.L1, 5.UE8, 5.L6, 5.S1, 5.S2, 5.S7, 5.S6, 5.S6, 5.R2, 5.R5, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.UE14 VC: Bugs
GR: The imperative
R&L: T/F statements ex.3p.15, gap fill ex.5p.15 W&GB
Pages 8-9
(at Teacher’s discretion)
9 Talking about one’s Room and one’s Things p.16 5.L1, 5.L3, 5.S2, 5.R5, 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.W1, 5.W6, 5.R5, 5.UE3 S&F: Talking about one’s room and things, intonation in questions W&GB
Page 10
(at Teacher’s discretion)
IV 10 Landmarks p. 17-18 5.L1, 5.L3, 5.S2, 5.R5, 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.W1, 5.W6, 5.R5, 5.UE3 S&F: Describing landmarks
WR: A short paragraph about a special building SB
Page 121
(at Teacher’s discretion)
11 An E-mail about one’s House. Home is where the Heart is p. 19-20 5.L6, 5.L7, 5.R2, 5.W1, 5.W2, 5.W7 WR: An E-mail about one’s house, description of one’s ideal bedroom, a quiz W&GB
Pages 11
(at Teacher’s discretion)
12 Summative Assessment for Unit 1 VC and GR of Module 1 SB Page 130
W&GB
Pages 74-75
UNIT TWO “Living Things”
V 13 Living/ Non-living Things. Iron Man p.21-22 5.L3, 5.L6, 5.C4, 5.S1, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.R1, 5.W2, 5.W7, 5.W9, 5.C4, 5.UE1, 5.C7 VC: Living/ non-living things
R&L: Answering questions ex.2p.22 W&GB
Pages 11-12
(at Teacher’s discretion)
14 Parts of Body. Have got p.23-24 5.L3, 5.L6, 5.C4, 5.S1, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.R1, 5.W2, 5.W7, 5.W9, 5.C4, 5.UE1, 5.C7 VC: Parts of body
S&F: Describing appearance
GR: Have got
WR: Writing about cartoon character W&GB
Pages 13-14
(at Teacher’s discretion)
15 Possessive Adjectives/ Pronouns p.25 5.L3, 5.R2, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.W8, 5.UE3, 5.C5 S&F: Talking about possessions
GR: Possessive adjectives and pronouns, plurals, this/ that, these/ those
WR: Describing one’s possessions W&GB
Page 15
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VI 16 Damir’s Blog p.26-27 5.L3, 5.R2, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.W8, 5.UE3, 5.C5 VC: Appearance, nationalities
R&L: Answering questions ex.4p.26
S&F: Giving personal details W&GB
Pages 16-17
(at Teacher’s discretion)
17 Asking and Answering Personal Questions p, 28 5.S4, 5.S7, 5.R2, 5.R4, 5.R6, 5.W3, 5.UE1, 5.UE9, 5.C4 S&F: Greeting, introductions, pronunciation of word stress W&GB
Ex. 1-2 Page 18
(at Teacher’s discretion)
18 Flags of the World. P.29 5.S4, 5.S7, 5.R2, 5.R4, 5.R6, 5.W3, 5.UE1, 5.UE9, 5.C4 S&F: Talking about flags, T/F Statements ex.2p.29, doing a class survey W&GB
Ex. 3-4 Page 18
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VII 19 Same or Different p.30 5.L6, 5.S6, 5.R6, 5.R9, 5.W7, 5.UE1, 5.UE3 S&F: Talking about people of the world, T/F/DS statements ex.2p.30 SB
Page 122
(at Teacher’s discretion)
20 Mad about Football p.31 5.L3, 5.S1, 5.S6, 5.W8, 5.W7, 5.W9, 5.UE1, 5.UE9, 5.C6 WR: Writing an e-mail about one’s collection W&GB
Page 19
(at Teacher’s discretion)
21 People of the World p.32 5.L3, 5.S1, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.UE1, 5.UE13, 5.UE15 S&F: Doing a quiz, completing the song SB Page 131
VIII 22 Summative Assessment for Unit 2 VC and GR of Module 2 W&GB
Pages 76-77
23 Summative Assessment for term 1 VC and GR of Modules 1,2 Revise material learnt to prepare for Corrections
24 Analysis of Mistakes Made in the Test. Corrections VC and GR of Modules 1,2 Do CorrectionsII term 24 hours
UNIT THREE “Values”
I 25 The Family p.33 5.L1, 5.L2, 5.C6, 5.S4, 5.R3, 5.R6, 5.W4, 5.C6, 5.W7, 5.W8, 5.UE1, 5.UE6, 5.C2 VC: Family
GR: Possession W&GB
Ex.1-3 Page 20
(at Teacher’s discretion)
26 Family Friends p.34 5.W1, 5.W3, 5.L1, 5.L2, 5.L6, 5.S4, 5.R1, 5.R3, 5.R9, 5.UE3, 5.C5, 5.UE7 R&L: Answering questions ex.2p.34
S&F: Describing character W&GB
Ex.4 Page 21
(at Teacher’s discretion)
27 Character Adjectives p.35 5.W1, 5.W3, 5.L1, 5.L2, 5.L6, 5.S4, 5.R1, 5.R3, 5.R9, 5.UE3, 5.C5, 5.UE7 VC: Character adjectives
S&F: describing characters W&GB
Ex.5-6 Page 21
(at Teacher’s discretion)
II 28 Daily Routines p.36 5.L1, 5.L6, 5.S4, 5.S7, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.UE3, 5.UE6 VC: Daily routines
GR: Present Simple
S&F: Talking about daily routines W&GB
Page 22
(at Teacher’s discretion)
29 Asking about one’s Family p.37 5.L1, 5.L6, 5.S4, 5.S7, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.UE3, 5.UE6 GR: Love, like, hate + ingS&F: Asking about one’s family W&GB
Page 23
(at Teacher’s discretion)
30 Qualities of a Friend p.38-39 5.L8, 5.S5, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.C9, 5.R2, 5.R1, 5.R6, 5.R9, 5.UE3, 5.UE 13 VC: Qualities of a friend
R&L: Talking about friends forever T/F/DS statements ex.3p.38, about activities matching ex.6p39
S&F: Talking about friends W&GB
Pages 24-25
(at Teacher’s discretion)
III 31 Time. Arrangements p.40 5.L8, 5.S5, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.C9, 5.R2, 5.R1, 5.R6, 5.R9, 5.UE3, 5.UE 13 S&F: Asking and telling time, making arrangements W&GB
Ex.1-2 Page 26
(at Teacher’s discretion)
32 Celebrations p.41 5.L8, 5.S5, 5.R2, 5.UE2, 5.UE3, 5.UE6, 5.UE16, 5.UE5 S&F: Talking about holidays W&GB
Ex.3-4 Page 26
(at Teacher’s discretion)
33 Types of Families p.42 5.L8, 5.S5, 5.R2, 5.UE2, 5.UE3, 5.UE6, 5.UE16, 5.UE5 S&F: Talking about families SB
Page 123
(at Teacher’s discretion)
IV 34 An E-mail about one’s Best Friend p.43 5.L8, 5.S3, 5.W3, 5.UE17, 5.W3, 5.W5 WR: Writing an e-mail about the best friend W&GB
Page 27
(at Teacher’s discretion)
35 True Friends. I’m Always Here for You p.44 5.L8, 5.S3, 5.W3, 5.UE17, 5.W3, 5.W5 S&F: Doing a quiz, completing the song SB Page 132
36 Summative Assessment for Unit 3 VC and GR of Module 3 W&GB
Pages 78-79
UNIT FOUR “The World of Work”
V 37 Jobs p.45 5.L1, 5.L6, 5.C8, 5.S3, 5.S6, 5.UE1, 5.C7, 5.UE10, 5.UE16 VC: Jobs
S&F: Matching professional activities ex1(b)p45 W&GB
Ex.1 Page 28
(at Teacher’s discretion)
38 My Fun Job p.46 5.L1, 5.S3, 5.S4, 5.R6, 5.R7, 5.C2, 5.C8, 5.W8, 5.W9, 5.UE10 R&L: My fun job (completing sentences) ex2p46 W&GB
Ex.2 Page 28
(at Teacher’s discretion)
39 Job Qualities p.47 5.L1, 5.S3, 5.S4, 5.R6, 5.R7, 5.C2, 5.C8, 5.W8, 5.W9, 5.UE10 VC: Job qualities
WR: A short paragraph about a job W&GB
Page 29
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VI 40 Subject/ Object Pronouns p.48 5.L6, 5.S2, 5.S3, 5.S7, 5.R4, 5.R7, 5.R9, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.UE1, 5.UE14, 5.UE16 GR: Subject/ object pronouns, questions with words (who, what, where, how old, when, what kind) W&GB
Page 30
(at Teacher’s discretion)
41 Professional Rules with Have to/ Don’t Have to p.49 5.L6, 5.S2, 5.S3, 5.S7, 5.R4, 5.R7, 5.R9, 5.W3, 5.W7, 5.UE1, 5.UE14, 5.UE16 GR: have to/ don’t have to W&GB
Page 31
(at Teacher’s discretion)
42 A Professional Look-alike p.50-51 5.S7, 5.R5, 5.R6, 5.R9, 5.W6, 5.W7, 5.C4 R&L: A professional look-alike, T/F/DS statements ex.3p.50, matching jobs ex.8p.51
WR: A short e-mail about family W&GB
Pages 32-33
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VII 43 A Job Interview p.52 5.S7, 5.R5, 5.R6, 5.R9, 5.W6, 5.W7, 5.C4 S&F: Asking for/ giving personal information W&GB
Page 34
(at Teacher’s discretion)
44 All in a Day’s Work. Amazing Ants p.53-54 5.S6, 5.W3, 5.UE2, 5.UE9, 5.UE10, 5.W9, 5.UE17 S&F: Talking about people’s jobs SB
Page 124
(at Teacher’s discretion)
45 Who is your Favourite Singer? Working well p.55-56 5.L7, 5.S2, 5.L5, 5.S6, 5.W8, 5.UE6, 5.UE16 WR: A blog entry about favourite singer W&GB
Page 35
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VIII 46 Summative Assessment for Unit 4 VC and GR of Module 3 SB Page 133
W&GB
Pages 80-81
47 Summative Assessment for term 2 VC and GR of Modules 3,4 Revise material learnt to prepare for Corrections
48 Analysis of Mistakes Made in the Test. Corrections VC and GR of Modules 3,4 Do CorrectionsIII term 30 hours
UNIT FIVE “Creativity”
I 49 Diagnostic test 50 Mythical Creatures. J.K. Rowling p.57-58 5.L1, 5.L4, 5.S1, 5.S7, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.W7, 5.C4, 5.UE3, 5.UE6, 5.UE16, 5.C5 VC: Mythical creatures
R&L: Mythical creatures, T/F statements ex.3p.59, answering questions W&GB
Page 36
(at Teacher’s discretion)
51 Types of Films p.59 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.R3, 5.W4, 5.UE3, 5.C3
VC: Types of films, adjectives describing films
S&F: Agreeing/ disagreeing
WR: Short presentations of creatures W&GB
Page 37
(at Teacher’s discretion)
II 52 Talking about Past p.60-61 5.S3, 5.S4, 5.UE1, 5.UE10, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.C9 GR: Was/ were, had
S&F: Talking about the past W&GB
Pages 38-39
(at Teacher’s discretion)
53 The Samruk. Famous People p.62-63 5.S3, 5.S4, 5.UE1, 5.UE10, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.C9 VC: Famous people
R&L: T/F/DS statements ex.2p.62, matching phrases ex.3p.62, Ilyas Yesenberlin, gap filling
S&F: Reading years
WR: Short paragraph about Ilyas YesenberlinW&GB
Page 40
(at Teacher’s discretion)
54 Regular Verbs in Past p.64-65 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.R6, 5.UE3 GR: Past Simple (regular verbs)
S&F: Narrating past events W&GB
Page 41
(at Teacher’s discretion)
III 55 The Lost Island of Atlantis p.66-67 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.R6, 5.UE3 GR: Past Simple was/ were
R&L: Answering questions by the text
WR: A diary entry W&GB
Page 42
(at Teacher’s discretion)
56 J.R.R.Tolkien. Irregular verbs p.68-69 5.L8, 5.S1, 5.S8, 5.W4, 5.W6, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.UE16, 5.S8 GR: Past Simple (irregular verbs) W&GB
Page 43
(at Teacher’s discretion)
57 Describing a Past Event. Famous People p.70-71 5.L8, 5.S1, 5.S8, 5.W4, 5.W6, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.UE16, 5.S8 VC: Famous people
S&F: Narrating past events
WR: Sentences about famous people W&GB
Page 44
(at Teacher’s discretion)
IV 58 Musical Instrument. An E-mail about the Event p.72-73 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.R6, 5.UE3 VC: Musical instrument, types of music
R&L: People and instruments (matching)
WR: E-mails what one did last weekend; an event one attended SB Page 125
W&GB Page 45
(at Teacher’s discretion)
59 A Part of History p.74 5.L6, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.W1, 5.W3 S&F: Doing a quiz, completing the song SB Page 134
60 Summative Assessment for Unit 5 VC and GR of Module 5 W&GB
Pages 82-83
UNIT SIX “Reading for Pleasure”
V 61 Types of Literature p. 75 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.W1, 5.W2, 5.C4, 5.C5, 5.L3, 5.L4, 5.W3, 5.W4, 5.C7 VC: Types of literature W&GB
Ex.1-2 Page 46
(at Teacher’s discretion)
62 The Fishman and the Fish p. 76 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.W1, 5.W2, 5.C4, 5.C5, 5.L3, 5.L4, 5.W3, 5.W4, 5.C7 VC: Characters and qualities in the story
GR: Adjectives, linkers
R&L: A fairy tale W&GB
Ex.3 Page 46
(at Teacher’s discretion)
63 The Fishman and the Fish p. 77 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.W1, 5.W2, 5.C4, 5.C5, 5.L3, 5.L4, 5.W3, 5.W4, 5.C7 S&F: Completing the story, narrating the story
WR: Designing a cover W&GB
Ex.4 Page 46
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VI 64 Robin Hood p. 78 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.W1, 5.W2, 5.C4, 5.C5, 5.L3, 5.L4, 5.W3, 5.W4, 5.C7 VC: Characters and qualities in the story
GR: Adjectives, linkers
R&L: An extract W&GB
Ex.1-2 Page 47
(at Teacher’s discretion)
65 Robin Hood p. 79 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.C9, 5.R5, 5.R6 S&F: Completing the story, comparing the characters
WR: Drawing a story W&GB
Ex.3 Page 47
(at Teacher’s discretion)
66 The pearl of Kazakhstan p. 80-81 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.C9, 5.R5, 5.R6 VC: Characters and places in the story
GR: Adjectives, linkers
R&L: Kazakh tale
S&F: Completing the story, matching the words to the synonyms W&GB
Page 48
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VII 67 The Two Giants p. 82-83 All Reading learning objectives for Grade 5
5.C9, 5.R5, 5.R6 VC: Characters and qualities in the story
GR: Adjectives, linkers
R&L: A fairy tale
S&F: Completing the story W&GB
Page 49
(at Teacher’s discretion)
68 Fairies in the Wood p. 84 5.C9, 5.R5, 5.R6 WR: Writing a summary
S&F: Doing a quiz, completing the song SB Page 126
(at Teacher’s discretion)
69 Summative Assessment for Unit 6 VC and GR of Module 6 SB Page 135
UNIT SEVEN “Fantasy World”
VIII 70 Animals. The Ghost of the Mountains p. 85-87 5.L1, 5.L4, 5.S6, 5.S7, 5.S5, 5.W2, 5.C4, 5.W3, 5.C10, 5.UE6, 5.UE5, 5.UE14, 5.R1 VC: Animals, parts of Animals
R&L: answering questions ex.2p.86 W&GB
Pages 50-51
(at Teacher’s discretion)
71 Pink Dolphins. Adverbs and Adjectives p. 88-89 5.L6, 5.S6, 5.C8, 5.S7, 5.W6, 5.C10, 5.W8, 5.UE1, 5.C7, 5.UE8, 5.UE14 GR: Adverbs of frequency, prepositions of time, comparative/ superlatives adjectives, adverbs of degree/ manner
R&L: Fact file about an animal
S&F: Describing animals, talking about habits W&GB
Pages 52-53
(at Teacher’s discretion)
72 Escape to Narnia p. 90-91 5.R2, 5.R3, 5.W8, 5.UE8, 5.UE17 GR: Questions with how
R&L: Completing sentences ex.2p.90
WR: Creating a poster W&GB
Pages 54-55
(at Teacher’s discretion)
IX 73 Expressing Fear. Mythical Creatures p. 92-93 5.S7, 5.W6, 5.UE3, 5.UE4, 5.UE8, 5.UE9 S&F: Expressing fear
WR: A text about mythical creatures W&GB
Page 56
(at Teacher’s discretion)
74 It’s a Bird’s Life. The Jungle Book p. 94-95 5.L1, 5.S6, 5.UE16, 5.UE17 S&F: Telling interesting facts about birds
WR: A film review W&GB
Page 57
(at Teacher’s discretion)
75 Why We Should Love Animals p. 96 5.L7, 5.R6, 5.W6, 5.UE7 S&F: Doing a quiz, recollecting animals, telling about pets SB Page 127
(at Teacher’s discretion)
X 76 Summative Assessment for Unit 7 VC and GR of Module 7 SB Page 136
W&GB
Pages 84-85
77 Summative Assessment for term 3 VC and GR of Modules 5, 6, 7 Revise material learnt to prepare for Corrections
78 Analysis of Mistakes Made in the Test. Corrections VC and GR of Modules 5, 6, 7 Do CorrectionsIV term 24 hours
UNIT EIGHT “Sports”
I 79 Sports/ Activities. Glasgow School of Sport p. 97-98 5.L1, 5.L2, 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.C2, 5.S7, 5.UE, 5.UE3, 5.UE4, 5.UE6 VC: Sports/ Activities
W&GB
Page 58
(at Teacher’s discretion)
80 Sports and Equipment p. 99 5.L4, 5.S2, 5.S4, 5.S7, 5.R4, 5.UE6, 5.C3 VC: Sport Equipment
R&L: Answering questions ex.2p.98
S&F: expressing likes/ dislikes W&GB
Page 59
(at Teacher’s discretion)
81 Countable and Uncountable Nouns p. 100 5.L4, 5.S2, 5.S4, 5.S7, 5.R4, 5.UE6, 5.C3 GR: A/ an, some/ any, how much/ how many, - ing form W&GB
Page 60
(at Teacher’s discretion)
II 82 Abilities with Can p. 101 5.R1, 5.W1, 5.UE8, 5.UE12, 5.UE13 VC: Daily routines
GR: The zero article, verb can (ability)
S&F: Talking abilities W&GB
Page 61
(at Teacher’s discretion)
83 Sports in Kazakhstan p. 102 5.R1, 5.W1, 5.UE8, 5.UE12, 5.UE13 S&L: Completing sentences, answering questions ex.4p.102 W&GB
Page 62
(at Teacher’s discretion)
84 Favourite Sport Activities p. 103 5.L3, 5.W1, 5.W6, 5.UE10, 5.UE15, 5.UE16, 5.C6 S&F: Talking about favourite sport activities, discussing a radio advertisement
WR: Completing an e-mail W&GB
Page 63
(at Teacher’s discretion)
III 85 Arrangements for Sport Events p. 104 5.L3, 5.W1, 5.W6, 5.UE10, 5.UE15, 5.UE16, 5.C6 S&F: Making arrangements, advertising and inviting for a sport event W&GB
Pages
(at Teacher’s discretion)
86 Sports Days p. 105 5.S6, 5.R6, 5.W4, 5.UE2, 5.UE8, 5.UE 12 S&F: Talking about sport events, about sports in our country SB Page 128
(at Teacher’s discretion)
87 Safe Splashing p. 106 5.S6, 5.R6, 5.W4, 5.UE2, 5.UE8, 5.UE 12 GR: Verb must/ mustn’t
S&F: Talking about rules in sports
WR: Writing a set of rules W&GB
Pages
(at Teacher’s discretion)
IV 88 My Favourite Sport p. 107 5.L2, 5.L8, 5.S1, 5.S6, 5.R6, 5.UE2 WR: Writing an article about one’s favourite sport W&GB
Page 65
(at Teacher’s discretion)
89 What Do Sports Teach Us? p. 108 5.L2, 5.L8, 5.S1, 5.S6, 5.R6, 5.UE2 S&F: Doing a quiz, finding out sports in the song SB Page 137
90 Summative Assessment for Unit 8 VC and GR of Module 9 W&GB
Pages 86-87
UNIT NINE “Holidays”
V 91 Seasons. Months p.109 5.L1, 5.L2, 5.S6, 5.W3, 5.R4, 5.UE9, 5.UE16 VC: Seasons, months, weather W&GB
Page 66
(at Teacher’s discretion)
92 In All Weathers p.110-111 5.L3, 5.C3, 5.S3, 5.W4, 5.W7, 5.C8, 5.UE9 VC: Activities
R&L: answering questions ex.3p.110, filling gaps
S&F: Making suggestions with let’s/ shall, talking about the weather
WR: A paragraph about a favourite season W&GB
Page 67
(at Teacher’s discretion)
93 The Present Continuous Tense p.112 5.L3, 5.C3, 5.S3, 5.W4, 5.W7, 5.C8, 5.UE9 GR: Present Continuous W&GB
Page 68
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VI 94 The Present Continuous Tense. Interrogative Forms p.113 5.L8, 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.R2, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.UE10 GR: Present Continuous questions W&GB
Page 69
(at Teacher’s discretion)
95 Holidays in Kazakhstan p.114-115 5.L8, 5.S4, 5.S6, 5.R2, 5.W3, 5.W6, 5.UE10 R&L: answering questions ex.3p.114
S&F: expressing likes/ dislikes, commenting on a place
WR: a blog entry W&GB
Pages 70-71
(at Teacher’s discretion)
96 Buying Souvenirs. Souvenirs around the World p.116-117 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.R6, 5.W4, 5.W6 VC: Souvenirs
S&F: Buying souvenirs W&GB
Page 72
(at Teacher’s discretion)
VII 97 The Four seasons. Writing a postcard p.118-119 5.S6, 5.R1, 5.R2, 5.R6, 5.W4, 5.W6 WR: A postcard to a pen-friend W&GB
Page73
(at Teacher’s discretion)
98 Happy All Year Round p.120 5.W3, 5.UE14, 5.UE16, 5.C1, 5.UE17 GR: Present Continuous (future meaning)
S&F: Doing a quiz, completing the song SB Page 129
(at Teacher’s discretion)
99 Summative Assessment for Unit 9 5.L1, 5.S2, 5.S3, 5.R1, 5.W7 VC and GR of Module 9 SB Page 138
VIII 100 Summative Assessment for term 4 VC and GR of Modules 8, 9 Revise material learnt to prepare for Corrections
101 Analysis of Mistakes Made in the Test. Corrections VC and GR of Modules 1-9 Do Corrections
W&GB
Pages 90-107
102 Final Diagnostic test W&GB
Pages 88-89
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* GR – Grammar
VC – Vocabulary
WR – Writing
S&F– Speaking and Functions
R&L– Reading and Listening
T/F/DS – True/ False/ Doesn’t say
T/F – True/ False
SB – Student’s Book
W&GB – Work & Grammar Book
Curriculum
Calendar plan for the 7th grade
Календарно - тематическое планирование
по английскому языку для 7 класса
по УМК «Excel 7 for Kazakhstan». Авторы: Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley, Bob Obee. 2017.
Week Date Lesson Theme Lesson Objectives Use of English Home task
I term 25 hours
UNIT ONE. “Hobbies & Leisure”
I
1 Diagnostic test Vocabulary learnt in the 5th grade Grammar learnt in the 5th grade Write about summer holidays
2 Hobbies and Leisure
Vocabulary: Free-time activities. P.5
C3 C4 S1 S2 S7 L1 L2 L4 VC: hang-gliding, dancing, model making, kayaking, rock climbing, bungee jumping, windsurfing, collecting seashells, snowboarding
Ex. 2, p.5
3 Discussion about hobbies and leisure activities.
Reading 1A + Vocabulary 1A. pp. 6-7 L4 R2 S3 UE1 S7 W2 W6 VC: archery, kart racing, golf, gardening, painting, jewellery-making, playing music, photography, ice skating
FA: ex.8, p.7
WR: write a short article about your hobby. Ex.9, p.7 Ex.1-5, pp.4-5 (WB)
II 4 Discussion about hobbies and leisure activities.
Use of English 1B pp.8-9 C4 S1 S2 UE12 UE5 GR: Present simple vs Present Continuous
Singular/Plural nouns Ex.1-4, p.6 (WB)
Ex. 6-10, p.7 (WB)
5 Presenting a table of information and statistics about young people in Kazakhstan.
Skills 1C pp. 10-11 C8 R1 R2 R7 S3 L4 S2 S6 READING: p.10
LISTENING: Ex.6,p.11
SPEAKING: EX.7, p.11
WRITING: Ex.8, p.11 Ex.1-5, pp.8-9 (WB)
6 Presenting a table of information and statistics about young people in Kazakhstan.
Everyday English 1D, p.12 L4 C4 S6 S2 Making plans, Agreeing, disagreeing, p.12 Ex.1-4, p.10 (WB)
III 7 Getting to know about global leisure pursuits.
Across Cultures 1E, p.13 C8 R1 R2 S7 C7 W3 Reading, Ex. 1-2, p.13
Speaking: Ex.3, p.13
Ex. 4, p.13
8 Getting to know about global leisure pursuits.
Across the curriculum (Physical Education) 1F, p.14 L4 R2 C7 S3 S6 Listening and reading: Ex.1-2,p.14
Speaking: Ex. 3-4, p.14 Ex.4, p.14
9 Creating a survey about the hobbies/leisure pursuits of either family and friends or of the class or the whole school.
Writing “An email describing a hobby”1G, p.15 C4 C9 S3 S2 W6 W8 W1 W9 Reading: ex. 1, p.15
Writing: Ex. 4, p.15 Ex.1-5, p.11 (WB)
IV 10 Creating a survey about the hobbies/leisure pursuits of either family and friends or of the class or the whole school.
Edutainment1. P.16
Vocabulary Bank 1, p.102 (WB)
Prepositions, Module 1, p.126 (WB) C3 C4 S2 S3 Values “Benefits of hobbies”
p.16 Ex.4b, p.16
WB: p.102
11 Creating a survey about the hobbies/leisure pursuits of either family and friends or of the class or the whole school.
Language review1, p.113
Self-check 1, p. 122 Pre summative control work revision 12 Summative Assessment for the Unit “Hobbies & Leisure”
UNIT TWO. “Communication & Technology”
V 13 Young People and Technology (Social interaction)
Vocabulary: Means of Communication C2 S2 S7 L5 L6 VOCABULARY: chat on social media, send a text message, chat on Skype, face-to-face, talk on my mobile, send an email, send a letter, talk on a landline Ex.2, p.17
14 Young People and Technology (Social interaction)
Reading 2A + Vocabulary 2A, pp.18-19 L6 R2 C7 W5 L5 C3 W5 C10 Reading: ex. 1,p.18
FA: Ex.2, p.18
Listening: ex.5, p.19
Speaking and writing:Ex.6-7p.19 Ex.1-8, pp.12-13 (WB)
15 Social networking websites
Use of English 2B, pp.20-21 C2 R2 UE3 UE4 UE12 UE13 GR: can/could-be able to, past habits (used to), p.20 Ex. 1-3, p.13(WB)
Ex. 4-10, pp.14-15(WB)
VI 16 Social networking websites
Skills 2C, pp.22-23 C10 R1 S3 S7 S2 UE13 L7 Computers
Reading: Ex.2-3, p.22
Speaking: Ex.4-5, p.23
Listening: Ex.6, p.23
Writing:Ex.7, p.23 Ex.1-8, pp.16-17 (WB)
17 Social Network Profile
Everyday English 2D, p.24 L5 S7 R1 C3 S5 Giving Instructions, p/24 Ex.1-4, p.18 (WB)
18 Social Network Profile
Across Cultures 2E, p.25 C7 L8 R2 C3 W5 Listening and Reading: Ex.1-2, p.25
Speaking: Ex.3, p.25 Ex.4,p.25
VII 19 Social Network Profile
Across the curriculum (History)2F, p.26
L8 R2 C3 W3 Listening and Reading: Ex.1-2, p.26
FA: Ex.2, p.26 Ex.3, p.26
20 Holding a debate about technology
Writing 2G, p.27 R1 L5 W5 W6 A for-and-against essay Ex.1,p.27
FA: Ex.3,p.27
FA: Writing: Ex.4,p.27 Ex.1-6, p.19 (WB)
21 Holding a debate about technology
Edutainment 2, p.28
Vocabulary Bank 2, pp.103-105 (WB) C3 W3 S5 S7
Pre summative control work revision Value: Mobile manners, Ex.1-2, p.28
Speaking: Ex.5, p.28 Ex.5,p.28
WB: pp.104-106
VIII 22 Language review 2, p.114
Self-check 2, p.123
Prepositions, Module 2, p.126, (WB) Pre summative control work revision 23 Summative control work 24 Correction Assessment for the Unit “Communication & Technology” 25 Summative Assessment For Term I II term (22 hours)
Week Date lesson Theme Vocabulary Grammar Home task
UNIT TREE. “HOLIDAYS AND TRAVEL”
I 26 Discussing unusual and interesting journeys across Kazakhstan and around the world.
Vocabulary: Holiday activities: sport., p.29 C2 C6 S3 S4 VC: Sandboarding, base jumping, ice climbing, white-water kayaking, mountain biking, skydiving, motocross, skateboarding, snorkeling, rock climbing, white-water rafting, snowboarding, hang-gliding, bungee jumping Ex.3, p.29
27 Learning about map reading
Reading 3A + Vocabulary 3A, pp.30-31 R1 R2 S3 S4 S7 C9 W2 Reading: Ex.1-3, pp.30-31
FA: Ex.4, p.31
FA: Writing: Ex.6,p.31 Ex.1-6, pp.20-21 (WB)
28 Learning about map reading
Use of English, pp.32-33 UE7 S7 S4 GR: Present Perfect, Ex.1-8, pp.32-33
Present perfect vs Past simple
FA: Ex.12, p.33
Ex.13, p.33 Ex.1-9, pp.22-23 (WB)
II 29 Gathering information about festivals in Kazakhstan and around the world.
Skills, pp.34-35 R2 S7 L5 C9 S4 W2 Reading: Ex.1-4, pp.34-35
Speaking: Ex.5, p.35
Listening: Ex.6, p.35
FA: Ex.8, p.35 Ex. 1-7, pp.24-25 (WB)
30 Gathering information about festivals in Kazakhstan and around the world.
Everyday English 3D, p.36 L4 R1 S7 Inviting – Accepting/Refusing: Ex.1-4, p.36
Speaking: Ex.6, p.36 Ex.1-5, p.26 (WB)
31 The best places to visit in Kazakhstan
Across cultures 3E, p.37 C8 R2 S3 W3 Listening and reading: Ex.1-3, p.37 Ex.4,p.37
III 32 The best places to visit in Kazakhstan
Across the curriculum (Geography) 3F, p.38
Prepositions, Module 3,p.126, (WB) R2 S3 W9 Reading and listening, Ex.1-2, p.38
Portfolio: Ex.3, p.38 Ex. 3, p.38
33 Making a brochure/leaflet
Writing 3G, p.39
Vocabulary Bank 3, pp.106-108 (WB) W2 W3 W5 W7 W9 An informal email giving news
Ex.1-3, p.39
Writing: Ex.4, p.39 Ex. 1-6, p.27 (WB)
34 Writing an article for a school magazine or school e-zine about festivals or unusual and interesting journeys.
Edutainment 3, p.40
Language review 3, p.115
Self-check 3, p.124 C8 S3 S4 S7
Pre summative control work revision Values: Be a responsible traveler. Ex.1, p.40 + Portfolio
Pre summative control work revision Ex. 7, p.40
IV
35 Summative assessment for the Unit “Holidays and Travel” 36 Correction work and unit revision UNIT 4 “SPACE & EARTH” 37 Looking at the future and the environment
Vocabulary: Environmental problems, p.41 C5 C9 C10 L5 VC: rubbish, air pollution, water pollution, deforestation, energy waste, endangered species Make up your sentences with new VC.
V 38 The most environmental issue
Reading 4A + Vocabulary 4A, pp.42-43 C10 R1 R4 S3 C2 L5 S6 W6 Reading: Ex.1-2, p.42
VC: Environmental Problems, Ex.4-5, p.43
FA: Listening, Ex.6-7, p.43
Ex.8, p.43 Ex.1-7, pp.28-29 (WB)
39 The most environmental issue
Use of English 4B, pp.44-45 UE8 UE10 UE4 GR: will, Ex.15, pp.44-45
Will for predictions, Ex. 6-10, p.45
Ex.2-8, pp.30-31 (WB)
40 The most environmental issue
Skills 4C, p.46 L8 S1 R1 R7 L5 C10 S6 Reading, Ex.1-3, pp.46-47
FA: Ex.4, p.47
FA: Listening, Ex. 5, p.47
FA: Ex.6, p.47 Ex.1-6, pp.32-33 (WB)
VI 41 Looking at Science Fiction
Everyday English 4D, p.48 S6 L1 R1 Making suggestions, Ex. 1-4, p.48
FA: Ex. 5,p.48 Ex.1-5, p.34 (WB)
42 Looking at Science Fiction
Across cultures 4E, p.49 C9 R4 W6 Reading and listening, Ex. 1-2, p.49 Ex. 3, p.49
43 Looking at Science Fiction
Across the curriculum (Science), p.50
Prepositions, Module 4, p.126 (WB) C10 R4 R7 S6 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.50
Group working, Ex.4, p.50 Ex. 4, p.50
VII 44 Writing a short science fiction story and/or a composition about life in the future.
Writing 4G, p.51
Edutainment 4, p.52 R1 L8 C10 W1 S3
Writing: Ex.1-3, p.51
FA: Ex.4, p.51
Values: caring about our planet
Ex.5, p.52 Ex.1-5, p.35 (WB)
45 Language review 4, p.116
Self-check 4, p.125
Vocabulary Bank 4, pp.108-111(WB) Pre-summative control work revision Pre-summative control work revision WB: pp.108-111
46 Summative Assessment for the Unit “Space & Earth” 47 Summative Assessment for Term II TERM 3 (31 hours)
Week Date lesson The theme of the lesson Vocabulary Grammar Home task
UNIT FIVE: “READING FOR PLEASURE”
I 48
Learners read non-fiction books in Kazakh, English, Russian languages.
Vocabulary: Characters, p.53 C3 C8 S8 VC: aggressive, unkind,vilent, brave, ambitious, risk-taker, sensitive, arrogant Ex.1-5, p.36 (WB)
49 Learners read non-fiction books in Kazakh, English, Russian languages.
The Hound of the Baskervilles, 5A, pp. 54-55 R1 L5 R2 S6 S8 UE15 Reading and listening, Ex.1-5, pp/54-55
VC: Ex. 6-7, p.55
FA: Speaking and writing, Ex. 8, p.55
Ex.10, p.55 Ex.1-3, p.37 (WB)
50 Summarizing the chosen books
The time Machine, 5B, pp.56-57 R1 R2 S3 S8 C6 UE 2 Reading and listening, Ex.1-5, p.56-57
Speaking and writing, Ex.6-7, p.57
Ex.8, p.57
II 51 Summarizing the chosen books
Maadai-Kara, 5C, pp.58-59 R2 R3 C6 S8 C4 Reading and listening: Ex.1-6, pp.58-59
Speaking and writing: Ex. 8-9, p.59 GW
Ex.10,p.59 Ex.1-4, p.38 (WB)
52
Different activities, based on the content of the book
The Magic Garden of the Poor, 5D, pp.60-61 L5 R1 C3 S3 C6 UE3 Reading and Listening, Ex.1-5, pp.60-61
Speaking and writing, Ex.6-8, p.61 Ex.1-4, p.39 (WB)
53 Different activities, based on the content of the book
Edutainment 5, p.62
Prepositions, Module 5, p.126 (WB) S3 R9 R3 Values: How stories help us, Ex.1-6, p.62
Ex.7, p.62
III
54 Different activities, based on the content of the book
Language review 5, p.117 Pre summative control work revision 55 Different activities, based on the content of the book
Self-check 5, p.126
Pre summative control work revision 56 Summative Assessment for the Unit “Reading for Pleasure”
IV 57
Correction work and Unit revision UNIT SIX: “ENTERTAINMENT & MEDIA” 58 Focusing on TV programmes and films
Vocabulary: TV programmes, p.63 C3 L3 S4 S3 VC: documentary, soap opera, drama show, the news & weather, quiz show, cartoon, fashion show, chat show, sports programme, comedy show, sitcom, play, film, children’s programme, music programme, police drama, awards ceremony, nature programmeEx. 3,p.63
59 Focusing on TV programmes and films
Reading 6A + Vocabulary 6A, pp.64-65 C1 R2 S6 C7 UE5 l5 W3 W7 Reading,Ex.1-3, pp.64-65
VC: Films, Ex.4, p.65
FA: Ex.6, p.65
Listening and speaking, Ex.7-8, p.65 Ex.1-8, pp.40-41 (WB)
V 60 Film reviews
Use of English 6B, pp.66-67 UE9 S7 C1 S5 GR: The Passive,pp.66-67 Ex.1-7, pp.42-43 (WB)
61 Film reviews
Skills 6C, pp.68-69 R5 R6 S3 L5 S6 W7 Reading: Ex. 1-4, pp.68-69
Listening: Ex.5-7, p.69 Ex. 1-7, pp.44-45 (WB)
62 Reading and talking about film genres
Everyday English 6D, p.70 S6 C1 L2 S3 S6 Choosing TV programmesEx.1-5, p.70 Ex.1-4, p.46 (WB)
VI 63 Reading and talking about film genres
Across cultures 6E, p.71
Prepositions, Module 6, p.127 (WB) R5 L5 S3 L2 S6 Musical Instruments around the world, Ex.1-4, p.71 E[.5, p.71
64 Structure and criteria for a good film review.
Across the curriculum (PSHE) 6F, p.72
Edutainment 6, p.74
Vocabulary Bank 6, p.112-114 (WB) S6 L1 R9 R6 C3 Listening and reading, Ex.1-3, p.72
FA: Ex.4, p.72
Ex,1-2, 4, p.74 Ex. 5, p.72
Ex.3, p.74
65 Writing a review about a film for a school magazine or e-zineWriting 6G, p.73
Language review 6, p.118
Self-check 6, p.127 L1 S1 S3 UE11 W1 W7
Pre summative control work revision Reading, Ex.1-3, p.73
FA: Writing, Ex. 4, p.73 Ex.1-6, p.47 (WB)
VII 66 Summative Assessment for the Unit “Entertainment & Media” 67 Correction work and Unit revision UNIT SEVEN. “NATURAL DISASTERS”
68 Looking at natural disasters in Kazakhstan and around the world.
Vocabulary: Natural Phenomena, p.75 S7 C9 L4 S4 VC: flood, earthquake, tsunami, avalanche, tornado, volcanic eruption, lightning, hurricane, drought, p.75 Ex. 2, p.75
VIII 69 Looking at natural disasters in Kazakhstan and around the world.
Reading7A + Vocabulary 7A, pp.76-77 L6 R2 C9 C6 S8 W6 Reading, Ex.1-3, pp.76-77
VC: Ex.4-5, p.77
FA: Ex.6, p.77
Ex.7, p.77 Ex.1-6, pp.48-49 (WB)
70 Looking at natural disasters in Kazakhstan and around the world.
Use of English 7B, pp.78-79 UE10 S7 S8 GR: Past Continuous, Ex.1-4, p.78
Past Simple vs Past Continuous, Ex.5-9, p.79 Ex.1-8,p p.50-51 (WB)
71 Discussion about Disaster statistics in Kazakhstan
Skills 7C, pp.80-81 L6 L5 R2 S8 L4 W1 Reading, Ex.1-5, pp.80-81
FA: Ex.2, p.80
Speaking and writing, Ex.6, p.81
Listening, Ex.7, p.81
FA: Ex.8, p.81 Ex.1-8, pp.52-53 (WB)
IX
72 Discussion about Disaster statistics in Kazakhstan
Everyday English 7D, p.82
Across cultures 7E, p.83 L6 S7 S4 C6 R2 R6 W1 Narrating an experience – Expressing sympathy, Ex.1-5, p.82
Reading, Ex.1-5, p.83 Ex.1-5, p.54 (WB)
73 Writing a newspaper article about a disaster for a school magazine or school e-zineAcross the curriculum 7F, p.84
Prepositions, Module 7, p.127 (WB) S7 C2 R6 S5 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.84
Writing, Ex.4, p.84 Ex.1-6, p.55 (WB)
74 Refugees and natural disasters
Writing 7G, p.85
Edutainment 7, p.86 C6 L4 W1 C1 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.85
FA: Ex.4,p.85
Ex.1-6, p.86 Ex.4, p.85
X
75 Refugees and natural disasters
Language review 7, p.119
Self-check 6, p.128
Vocabulary Bank 7, p.116 (WB) Pre-summative revision Pre-summative revision WB: p.116
76 Summative Assessment for the Unit “Natural Disasters” 77 Summative Assessment for term III 78 Correction work and Unit revision IV term (24 hours)
Week Date The theme of the lesson Vocabulary Grammar Home task
UNIT EIGHT : “HEALTHY HABBITS”
I
79 Discussing healthy habits and healthy living and learning about the food pyramid.
Vocabulary: Healthy habits, p.87 C1 S7 UE13 L4 VC: Healthy/Unhealthy habits, Ex.1-2, p.87 Ex.2, p.87
80 Discussing healthy habits and healthy living and learning about the food pyramid.
Reading 8A + Vocabulary 8A, pp.88-89
R3 R5 C1 R8 L4 S6 W6 Reading, Ex.1-6, pp.88-89
FA: ex.3, p.88
VC: Healthy Lifestyles, Ex.7, p.89
Listening and speaking, Ex.8-10, p.89 Ex.1-6, pp.56-57 (WB)
81 Creating list of healthy habits
Use of English 8B, pp.90-91 C5 UE16 UE13 GR: Zero, first, second conditional, Ex.1-8, pp.90-91
Modal verbs: Ex.9-12, p.91 Ex.1-9, pp.58-59 (WB)
II 82 Creating list of healthy habits
Skills 8C, pp.92-93 C10 L6 R3 L5 S7 C1 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.92
Listening, Ex.4, p.93
Speaking and writing, Ex.5-7, p.93 Ex.1-7, pp.60-61 (WB)
83 Health problems
Everyday English 8D, p.94 L6 C1 S6 Asking for/Giving advice, Ex.1-6, p.94 Ex.1-5, p.62 (WB)
84 Health problems
Across cultures 8E, p.95 R1 W7 L5 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.95 Ex.4, p.95
III 85 Reading and discussing the texts. Creating the questions for interviewing the classmates
Across the curriculum (PSHE) 8F, p.96 C10 R1 C7 C10 R8 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.96
Pronunciation, Ex.5, p.96 Ex.4, p.96
86 Reading and discussing the texts. Creating the questions for interviewing the classmates
Writing 8G, p.97
Prepositions, Module 8, p.127 (WB) L4 C4 W5 W9 R3 R5 Writing: Ex.1-4, p.97 Ex.1-5, p.63 (WB)
87 Using the first conditional and subordinate clauses to discuss healthy living
Edutainment 8, p.98
Vocabulary Bank 8, p.117 (WB) S7 C10 C7 L4 L5 Values – Healthy lifestyle, Ex.1-5, p.98
WB: p.117 Ex. 6, p.98
WB: p.117
IV 88 Writing a short paragraph of an essay about their families’eating habits.
Language review 8, p.120
Self-check 8, p.129 Pre summative control work revision 89 Summative Assessment for the Unit “ Healthy Habbits” 90 Correction work and unit revision UNIT NINE. “CLOTHES & FASHION”
V 91 Talking about shopping and shopping facilities
Vocabulary: Clothes, Footwear & Accessories, p.99 C9 S7 S6 VC: hat, top, skirt, sandals, T-shirt, shorts, dress, shoes, shirt, trousers, belt, tie, suit, cap, jacket, hoodie, jeans, trainers, scarf, coat, boots; pair nouns
Speaking: Ex.3, p.99 Ex.3, p.99
92 Talking about shopping and shopping facilities
Reading 9A + Vocabulary 9A, pp.100-101 L7 R2 R6 L5 S5 S6 Reading: Ex.1-3, p.100
FA: Ex.3, p.100
Listening, Ex.4, p.101
Speaking, Ex.5-7, p.101
Writing, ex.8-9, p.101 Ex.1-7, pp.64-65 (WB)
93 Reviewing and adding to clothes and fashion vocabulary
Use of English 9B, pp.102-103 UE15 UE17 UE4 UE6 GR: Verbs + -ing/to-infinitive/infinitive without to
Ex.1-3, p.102
Relatives (who/which/where)
Ex.4-6, pp.102-103
Determines (all-other(s))
Ex.7-8, p.103
Some-any-every-no & compounds
Ex.9-10, p.103 Ex.1-8, pp.66-67 (WB)
VI 94 Reviewing and adding to clothes and fashion vocabulary
Skills 9C, pp.104-105 L6 R5 S6 L3 C1 S5 C4 W6 Reading, Ex.1-4, pp.104-105
FA: Listening, Ex.5, p.105
Speaking, Ex.6, p.105
Writing, Ex.7, p.105 Ex.1-4, pp.68-69 (WB)
95 Discussion: Learners first take notes on the advantages and disadvantages of shopping centresUse of English 9D, pp.106-107 UE11 R2 GR: Reported Statements,
Ex.1-8, pp.106-107
Reported questions, commands/requests
Ex.9-12, p.107 Ex.1-10, pp.70-71 (WB)
96 Discussion: Learners first take notes on the advantages and disadvantages of shopping centresEveryday English 9E, p.108
Across cultures, 9F, p.109 L4 C1 S7 C9 L4 R2 W9 Talking about clothes (Complimenting), Ex.1-6, p.108
Reading, ex.1-3, p.109
FA:Ex.4, p.109 Ex.1-5, p.72 (WB)
VII 97 Researching how clothes are made and materials used
Across the curriculum(PSHE), 9G, p.110
Writing 9H, p.111 C1 C5 C6 C9 UE3 W6 W1 W8 Reading, Ex.1-3, p.110
Writing, Ex.1-4, p.111
FA: ex.5. p.111 Ex.1-6, p.73
98 Researching how clothes are made and materials used
Edutainment 9, p.112
Language review 9, p.121
Self-check 9, p.130 W8 W9 S7 Values: respect others, Ex.1-4, p.112 99 Using the passive voice. Writing a description of a person. Designing a uniform for Kazakhstani Olympic team
Vocabulary Bank 9, WB, pp.118-119
Prepositions, Module 9, p.127 (WB) Pre-summative revision Pre-summative revision WB, pp.118-119
VIII 100 Summative Assessment for the Unit “Clothes and fashion” 101 Summative Assessment for Term IV 102 Correction work and Unit revision

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