1. Topic- Daily Living
English Result +elementary+
1A *How to ask for transport information*
2B *How to give and follow directions*
3C *How to ask about and describe a holiday*
4D *How to tell a story*
2A *How to continue a conversation*
2B *How to talk about a career*
2C *How to talk about what happened*
2D *How to talk about life stories*
3A *How to make suggestions*
3B *How to say what'�s wrong*
3C *How to compare things*
3D *How to understand opinions*
2. Content-

9A; airport, bus, change, gate, line, plane, return, take, taxi, train, underground, Excuse me, every 30 min, get off at, How can I get to...?, it goes from gate 13..., it takes 5 minutes, take the 80 bus, conference canter, sports canter, destination, football stadium, hospital, Queen street.
9B; across, between, near, next to, opposite, out of, past, art gallery, bridge, car park, castle, health canter, market, police station, post office, river, shoe shop, Can you tell me the way to...?, go into/out of the shop, Go straight on, past the lights, straight across, turn left, turn right.
9C; boring, clean, crowded, dirty, quiet, what was the weather like?, buffet, empty, lift, nightlife, sea view, sunbed, surfer, a long way, not safe, out of the sun, to be into.
9D; arrive, call, cross, decide, push, start, turn, wait, walk, etc.
10A; last night, last week, weekend, Did you have a good weekend?, Oh really?, what did you...?
10B; arrive, interview, job, join, stay, study, come in, got married, got a job, sit down, thank you for coming.
10C; dead, die, died, drank, gave, hated, kill, left, paid, plan, planned, put, saw, use, crime, detective, good-looking, must, poison, somebody, toothpaste, married, whodunnit, fell in love, go wrong, got rich.
10D; army, businessman, engineer, farmer, scientist, moved, returned, spoke, started, studied, certificate, history, primary/high school, subject, university, after that, and then, in 1863, When he was nine.
11A; apartment, bed and breakfast, campsite, farm, hotel, self-catering, tent, village, attractive, beautiful, excellent, peaceful, cook, outside, sleep, valley, Can I make a suggestion?, I'd like to/a, What about...?, Why don'�t you...?, You could..., advertisement, brochure, go by, minimum, planning, stay in.
11B; bedroom, cooker, cupboard, dining room, hall, light, living room, plates, shelf, sink, space, sofa, wash basin, a few, a little, too much, too many, mice, only, shelves, I'm afraid.
11C; bad, better, big, clean, cold, dirty, fat, hard, higher, worse, poor, rich, business class, compare, envy, first/last in line, I'd like, office, sweet, twin, wait.
11D; dining chair, best, exciting, least, most, relaxing, strong, useful, worst, laptop, opinion, plam-top, wall, Yes, I agree, I think, Me too!, What do you think?, camping bed, design, double/single bed, stylish, range, stocks.

9C Past simple of verb to be
9D Past simple regular verbs
10A Past simple wh- questions
10B Past simple regular and irregular verbs
10C Past simple
11A Too big, not big enough.
11B Too much/many, not enough
11C Comparatives
11D Superlatives
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Students will be able to improve all their English skills; reading, writing, listening and speaking.
2. Students will be able to learn applying the communicative approach.
3. Students will be able not only to improve their English skills but also to learn more about the English culture.
4. Objectives-
At the end of each class, Students would have learnt new vocabulary and different ways to communicate in English language.

Week 5; at the end of the 5th week Students will be able to ask for transport information, give and follow directions, ask about and describe a holiday, tell a story.

Week 6; at the end of the 6th week Students will be able to continue a conversation, talk about a career, talk about what happened, talk about life stories.

Week 7, at the end of the 7th week Students will be able to make suggestions, say what's wrong, compare things, understand opinions.
5. Materials and Aids-
cd player, cd, student book, workbook, flashcards, sheets of paper made by the teacher to present some grammar structures, whiteboard, markers.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. every single class teacher starts with a warm up *teacher talks about new topic, teacher asks Students about diff. situations they have experienced, sometimes teacher will ask for some vocabulary Students already know, etc.*
2. teacher writes the new vocabulary on the whiteboard.
3. teacher along with his Students shall, practice the pronunciation of the new vocabulary..

B. Development-

1. teacher presents new vocabulary to his Students.
2. teacher along with his Students practice the pronunciation of new vocabulary.
3. teacher provide to his Students with the meaning of new vocabulary, in case Students are not able to get the meaning in English, teacher provides meaning in Spanish but as the last source.
4. teacher gives a brief explanation about new grammar included on each lesson using material designed by himself (sheets of paper)
5. In case any student doesn't understand, teacher sometimes will compare the English grammar with the Spanish grammar so in that way Students can understand.

C. Practice-

1. Every single lesson Students will follow instructions given by his teacher.
2. teacher will decide which exercises from the student book will be solved by his Students shall.
3. teacher will give a specific time to solve each exercise, after that time, teacher will select some of his Students randomly to check the answers of the exercises in the book.

D. Independent Practice-

1. at the end of each lesson, there is a section called ABCD put it all together, this section has been designed so Students can apply the new knowledge they have acquired during the class.
2. teacher will be monitoring and evaluating the performance of his Students shall, in case the performance is poor, teacher will continue practicing until he feels it is necessary.
3. Also as independent practice Students will have to solve all the workbook exercises of each unit, so in that way Students can practice what they have learnt during the classes.

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