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ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN

HELLO
Subject: English Course:
Name of the Unit: Hello
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of introducing themselves, talking about countries and nationalities
asking for and giving the time and finally using general vocabulary.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of personal information, giving the time and general vocabulary.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* To review students abilites to * Hello * Listen and read the * Evidencing self-confidence in * Politely introduces * CD player
introduce themselves, talk introductions of the people in conversations and oral himself/herself and talks about
about countries and the book, then ask and presentations. time
nationalities, ask for and give answer and then introduce * Visual Cards
the time, identify where themselves
objects are and the abilities
* Match the countries with the * Respectfully identifies ibjects
they have. nationalities, then listen and and talks about abilities.
check their answers.
* Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* Verb to be * Match the time expressions accomplishments.
with the corresponding times
on the clocks.
* There is/are * Showing courtesy in
Look at the picture and write converastions with peers and
* others.
sentences using there is/ are,
* Wh- questions
then listen and check.

* Performing academic tasks


with creativity and
* In pairs, look at the picture
enthusiasm.
and find the objects in the
box using in and on

* In pairs, ask and answer


questions about the things
they can do.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 1
Subject: English Course:
Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 1A: Around * Listen and repeat the * Evidencing self-confidence in * Politely talks about housework. * CD player
habitual actions and routines activities, and then look at the conversations and oral
the house
pictues to discuss the text, presentations.
then listen, read and check * Visual Cards
their answers.
* Students will be able to * * Respectfully shares information
express possession and Read the table and then about the things he/she does
possiblity.
* Becoming aware of the
at home.
Grammar: complete the sentenes with relationship betwen a person
the correct form of the verbs ´s attitude and their life
* Present simple in parenthesis. accomplishments.
* Enable students to discuss *
clothes and accessories.
* Possessive Look at the other chart and * Showing courtesy in
adjectives. then, complete with the converastions with peers and
correct possive adjectives. others.

* Students will be able to talk * In pairs talk about daily


about and describe one's actitivies and then discuss
house. their daily routine.

* Enable students to ask about * Performing academic tasks


and descibe people's with creativity and
appearance enthusiasm.

* Allow students to present


themselves

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 1B: My * Look at the pictures , then * Evidencing self-confidence in * Cooperatively talk about family * CD player
habitual actions and routines complete the table with the conversations and oral members
family:
correct words, listen and presentations.
check. * Visual Cards
* Listen to the dialogue and * Respectfully compares family
* Students will be able to then in groups discuss and relationships.
express possession and then read and choose True or
possiblity. False or Not Mentioned * Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* May for possibilities * Look at the table and then accomplishments.
match the correct
* Enable students to discuss
expressions.
clothes and accessories. * Showing courtesy in
converastions with peers and
others.

* Students will be able to talk * Listen and check the sond


*
about and
Enable describe
students one's
to ask about they hear in the pronunciation * Performing academic tasks
house.
and descibe people's of each word. with creativity and
appearance enthusiasm.

* Allow students to present


themselves

* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 1C: What I * Listen and repeat then * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly describes fashionable * CD player
habitual actions and routines dicscuss the clothing items conversations and oral clothing
wear.
they wear in the country. presentations.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to


express possession and
possiblity.
* Do the qeuiz and discuss then * Becoming aware of the * Politely compares styles
Grammar: listen and notice the relationship betwen a person
difference of intonation, then ´s attitude and their life
* Possessive identify and repeat the accomplishments.
adjectives
* Enable students to discuss intonation of the words.
clothes and accessories.
* Possessive Nouns * Showing courtesy in
converastions with peers and
* Read the table and then circle
others.
the correct words to complete
each phrase. Then speak of
* Students will be able to talk what they usually wear.
*
about
Enableand describe
students one's
to ask about * Performing academic tasks
house.
and descibe people's with creativity and
appearance enthusiasm.

* Allow students to present


themselves

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 1D My new * Listen and repeat the words, * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly identifies materials fo * CD player
habitual actions and routines then identify the rooms and conversations and oral everyday objects
home
objects in each room. presentations.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to * Listen and read, then choose * Cooperatively talks about
express possession and a,b or c, then read and Becoming aware of the homes and appliances.
possiblity. answer the questions about
*
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
the mail. ´s attitude and their life
* Present progressive accomplishments.
* Enable students to discuss * Look and study the table,
clothes and accessories. then complete with the * Showing courtesy in
present progressive. converastions with peers and
others.
* In pairs, play the guessing
game following the
* Students will be able to talk
instructions given in the book
*
about and
Enable describe
students one's
to ask about * Performing academic tasks
house. for each student.
and descibe people's with creativity and
appearance enthusiasm.

* Allow students to present


themselves
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 1E All about * Match the pictures with the * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly identifies word order. * CD player
habitual actions and routines phrases, the listen and check. conversations and oral
me!
presentations.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to * Read the form and identify * Politely talks about a electronic
express possession and what information is missing friend.
possiblity. and then write a letter of their
* Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
own. ´s attitude and their life
* Word order accomplishments.
* Enable students to discuss * Listen to two people talking
clothes and accessories. and identify themother, the * Showing courtesy in
cousin and the friend. converastions with peers and
others.

* Students will be able to talk


*
about
Enableand describe
students one's
to ask about * Look at the table about word * Performing academic tasks
house.
and descibe people's order, then put the words in with creativity and
appearance the correct order. enthusiasm.

* Allow students to present


themselves
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Closing * Look at the pictures and * Evidencing self-confidence in * Politely talk about e-pals * CD player
habitual actions and routines complete the puzzle, then conversations and oral
activities
complete the sentences with presentations.
the verbs in parenthesis. * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to Make sentences by putting


express possession and the words in roder, then
possiblity. choose the correct option and
* Becoming aware of the
relationship betwen a person
then complete the sentences. ´s attitude and their life
accomplishments.
* Enable students to discuss * Read the text and choose true
clothes and accessories. or false, then using the * Showing courtesy in
information given, write an e- converastions with peers and
mail to a e-pal. others.

* Students will be able to talk *


*
about
Enableand describe
students one's
to ask about * Performing academic tasks
house.
and descibe people's with creativity and
appearance enthusiasm.
*
* Allow students to present
themselves
*
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: That's me
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about housework, party time, stylish people
electronic friendships.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of housework, party time and stylish people.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Revision * Cross out the odd word and * Evidencing self-confidence in * Responsibly talks about the * CD player
habitual actions and routines add more, then compelte the conversations and oral topic of the unit
sentences. presentations.
* Visual Cards
* Use the prompts and may to * Give original responses.
* Students will be able to compelte the sentences, then
express possession and circle the corect words and
possiblity. then put the words in order * Becoming aware of the
Grammar: and complete the dialogue. relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* Vocabulary and accomplishments.
Grammar from the
* Enable students to discuss
unit
* Identify your acheivements
clothes and accessories. for this unit. * Showing courtesy in
converastions with peers and
others.

* Students will be able to talk


* about
Enableand describe
students one's
to ask about * Performing academic tasks
house.
and descibe people's with creativity and
appearance enthusiasm.

* Allow students to present


themselves
Allow students to present
themselves

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 2
Subject: English Course:
Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * 2A: Space * Listen and repeat the words * Evidencing self-confidence in * Politely talks about space * CD player
future plans. then complete the sentences conversations and oral traveling.
Travel
with the words in the first presentations.
part. * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to make on- * Read the interview and match * Respectfully shares information
the-spot decisions, requests, offers the questions with the about future plans.
and promises.
answers, read again and then
* Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
answer the questions. ´s attitude and their life
* Future be going to accomplishments.
* Enable students to make * Read the tables and then
predictions, threats and complete with the correct * Showing courtesy in
warnings. form of the verb. converastions with peers and
others.

* Students will be able to * Listen, repeat and identify the


talk about general sounds, then in pairs talk
truths and make about space travels.
hypotheses.

* Enable students to invite * Performing academic tasks


and accept or refuse an with creativity and
invitation enthusiasm.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 2

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * 2B: Look it up * Listen to the dialogues, then * Evidencing self-confidence in * Cooperatively talk about * CD player
future plans. read and answer the conversations and oral technology
questions, then read and presentations.
answer * Visual Cards
* Read the sentences 1-5, the * Respectfully compares the past
* Students will be able to make on- match the phrases, then read and the present
the-spot decisions, requests, offers the table and match the
and promises. sentences with the responses. * Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* Future will * Listen to the dialogues and accomplishments.
choose the options, then in
* Enable students to make
groups, offer help and
predictions, threats and * Showing courtesy in
warnings. respond using will
converastions with peers and
others.

* Students will be able to talk


about general truths and make * Performing academic tasks
hypotheses. with creativity and
enthusiasm.

* Enable students to invite and


accept or refuse an invitation

* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 2

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * 2C: What's * Match the pictures to the * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly describes the fects of * CD player
future plans. words, then discuss a conversations and oral the sun
up in the
question before the activity. presentations.
sky? * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to make on-


the-spot decisions, requests, offers
and promises. * Complete the sentences with * Becoming aware of the * Politely compares planets
Grammar: the words in the box, then relationship betwen a person
read the tables ad complete ´s attitude and their life
* Future will with the correct word. accomplishments.
* Enable students to make
predictions, threats and * In pairs, ask and answer * Showing courtesy in
warnings. questions to complete the converastions with peers and
chart and report their fidings others.
with the class.
* Students will be able to talk
*
about general truths and make
* Write a paragraph about their * Performing academic tasks
hypotheses. information. with creativity and
enthusiasm.

* Enable students to invite and


accept or refuse an invitation *

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 2

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * 2D: Sci-fi * Discuss the topic, then read * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly identifies scientific * CD player
future plans. and answer the questions conversations and oral descoveries
inventions
about scientific descoveries. presentations.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to make on- * Complete the sentenes with * Cooperatively writes about
the-spot decisions, requests, offers the wrds in the box, then reda descoveries
and promises. * Becoming aware of the
the table and complete the relationship betwen a person
Grammar: sentences, then listen and ´s attitude and their life
* Present progressive chose the best option for accomplishments.
in future them.
* Enable students to make
predictions, threats and * Showing courtesy in
warnings. converastions with peers and
* Write a few sentences about
others.
them.

* Students will be able to talk


*
about general truths and make
* * Performing academic tasks
hypotheses. with creativity and
enthusiasm.

* Enable students to invite and


accept or refuse an invitation
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 2

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * 2E: Would * Listen, read and answer the * Evidencing self-confidence in * Asseritvely identifies advances * CD player
future plans. questions, then ead and conversations and oral in technology.
you like to
complete. presentations.
come? * Visual Cards
* Listen and match thespeaker
* Students will be able to make on- to his r her info, then talk in
the-spot decisions, requests, offers groups aobut theinfo given.
and promises. * Becoming aware of the * Politely talks about science.
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* Conditionals Read teh paragrah and circle accomplishments.
Enable students to make the best options, then write
* an e-mail using the cues
predictions, threats and * Showing courtesy in
warnings. given.
converastions with peers and
others.

* Students will be able to talk


*
about general truths and make * Performing academic tasks
hypotheses. with creativity and
enthusiasm.

* Enable students to invite and


accept or refuse an invitation
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 2

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * Closing * Complete the crossword, then * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly uses all the * CD player
future plans. the dialogue with the words conversations and oral information learned in the unit
activites
given, then complete the presentations.
sentences and the phrases, * Visual Cards
make conditional sentences
* Students will be able to make on- and then choose True or
the-spot decisions, requests, offers False, finally do the unit
and promises. project * Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* Future Tenses * Circle the words, then match accomplishments.
and then circle, make
* Enable students to make
sentences in the right tense
predictions, threats and Conditional 0 and complete the dialogue.
* Showing courtesy in
warnings. converastions with peers and
others.
* Conditional 1
* Students will be able to talk
*
about general truths and make * Performing academic tasks
hypotheses. with creativity and
enthusiasm.

* Enable students to invite and


accept or refuse an invitation
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 2

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Science matters
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of asking and conversing about future plans, on-the-spot decisions
reuqests, offers and promises, threats and warnings, hypotheses and invitng and accepting or refusing invitations.
2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the exchange of scientific situations and experiments.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to discuss * Revision * Circle the correct words, then * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly uses all the * CD player
future plans. match the words and phrases conversations and oral information learned in the unit
with their synonyms and then presentations.
circle the correct words, * Visual Cards
complete with the correct
* Students will be able to make on- form of the verb in
the-spot decisions, requests, offers progressive.
and promises. * Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
´s attitude and their life
* Progressive forms * Complete the dialogues with accomplishments.
the correct phrases a to h and
* Enable students to make
then identify their
predictions, threats and Conditional 0 achievements for this unit.
* Showing courtesy in
warnings. converastions with peers and
others.
* Conditional 1
* Students will be able to talk
*
about general truths and make * Performing academic tasks
hypotheses. with creativity and
enthusiasm.

* Enable students to invite and


accept or refuse an invitation
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 3A: Leave a * Read the picture story answer * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly identifies things that * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities the questions, listen and conversations and oral must be done
message
and past abilites. check, then answer the presentations.
questions in part B * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to ask for * Complete using the words in Politely asks and answers
and give advices. the boxes, then listen and about obligations.
check their answers, then
* Becoming aware of the *
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
read the table and complete ´s attitude and their life
* MUST with the verb must. accomplishments.
* Enable students to talk about * In pairs, talk about things
lifestyles and habits they must do in a dialogue * Showing courtesy in
and then complete the SMS converastions with peers and
dictionary below. others.

* Performing academic tasks


with creativity and
enthusiasm.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 2B: * Match the words with the * Evidencing self-confidence in * Identify technological * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities items and then listen and conversations and oral equipment correctly and
Downloading
and past abilites. check, then read the question presentations. respectfully
and discuss the situation. * Visual Cards
* Talks about things people
* Students will be able to ask for should do corteously.
* Read again and then write the
and give advices. initial for who says what, and
then circle the correct words
* Becoming aware of the
Grammar: relationship betwen a person
to complete the sentences. ´s attitude and their life
* HAVE TO accomplishments.
* Enable students to talk about * Read the table and then look
lifestyles and habits at the prompts and make * Showing courtesy in
sentences using should or converastions with peers and
shouldn't. others.

* Listen to a woman and


choose A, B or C then listen * Performing academic tasks
again and write T or F, then with creativity and
listen and check the sound enthusiasm.
they hear, write a reply for
the blog.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 3C: Could you * Look at the picture, discuss, * Evidencing self-confidence in * Effectively describes a * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities listen, check and complete conversations and oral situations when suggestions
help me?
and past abilites. with the correct name presentations. are needed.
* Visual Cards
* Look at the pictures and
* Students will be able to ask for complete the sentences with
and give advices. the correct prepositions.
* Becoming aware of the * Politely give and ask for
Grammar: relationship betwen a person suggestions.
´s attitude and their life
* COULD * Look at the table and then accomplishments.
discuss it, after that match
* Enable students to talk about
the phrases with the
lifestyles and habits * Showing courtesy in
suggestions for each one.
converastions with peers and
others.

* In piars, make sugestions * Performing academic tasks


based on the pictures with creativity and
presented. enthusiasm.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 3D: Natural * Listen and repeat, then * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly talks about natural * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities match the vocabulary to the conversations and oral phenomena
Phenomena
and past abilites. pictures. presentations.
* Visual Cards
* Look at the text and then
* Students will be able to ask for disucss, listen and check, then
and give advices. read the text again and
choose True or False * Becoming aware of the * Politely talks about weather
Grammar: relationship betwen a person problems
´s attitude and their life
* The verb could for * Complete the sentences with accomplishments.
ability. the correct words in the box.
* Enable students to talk about
Then listen to three news
lifestyles and habits * Showing courtesy in
shows and identify the picture
they describe, then choose converastions with peers and
True or False. others.

*
* Performing academic tasks
with creativity and
enthusiasm.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 3E: A healthy * Listen and read, then guess * Evidencing self-confidence in * Correctly uses shoudl or * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities the meaning of the phrases in conversations and oral shouldn't
lifestyle
and past abilites. bold. Then match the phrases presentations.
to the advices and then listen * Visual Cards
and check and answer.
* Students will be able to ask for
and give advices.
* Look at the table with * Becoming aware of the * Politely gives advices to others.
Grammar: information then look at the relationship betwen a person
prompts and then make ´s attitude and their life
* SHOULD sentences using should or accomplishments.
* Enable students to talk about shouldn't
lifestyles and habits * In pairs, read about the * Showing courtesy in
problem and then discuss the converastions with peers and
possible solutions to what he others.
should or shouldn't do.

* Performing academic tasks


with creativity and
* Read the information on how
enthusiasm.
to use punctutation and
capital letters, then correct
some sentences and write an
advice.
*

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Closing * Complete the sentences with * Evidencing self-confidence in * Practice politely all the * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities activities. the words in the box, then conversations and oral structures of the unit
and past abilites. chose the correct option, then presentations.
complete with have/ has * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to ask for


and give advices. Write sentences using should Becoming aware of the Answers realistically
* * *
Grammar: or shoulldn't. then complete relationship betwen a person
the dialogues with the correct ´s attitude and their life
* There was / there words and then read the text accomplishments.
were
* Enable students to talk about and choose T or F
lifestyles and habits * Showing courtesy in
converastions with peers and
others.

* Performing academic tasks


with creativity and
enthusiasm.
*
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 3

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Problems and Solutions
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of disucssing age like problems and natural phenomena.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding obligations, lack of necessities, abilities in the past, lifestyle and habits.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Revision * Complete the sentences with * Evidencing self-confidence in * Practice politely all the * CD player
obligations, lack of necesities the words in the box, then conversations and oral structures of the unit
and past abilites. choose the correct option, presentations.
then match the two parts of * Visual Cards
the phrases.
* Students will be able to ask for
and give advices. Choose the correct option for Becoming aware of the Answers realistically
* * *
Grammar: each sentence and then relationship betwen a person
make sentences using shoud ´s attitude and their life
* Modals or shouldn't, and then match accomplishments.
* Enable students to talk about the two parts of the
lifestyles and habits expressions given. * Showing courtesy in
converastions with peers and
others.
* Identify their achievements
for this unit.
* Performing academic tasks
with creativity and
enthusiasm.

*
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * 4A: Now and * Listen and read and then read * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies storylines * CD player
past evnts and situations. again and choose T or F, then developing listening skills.
then
read again and match the
words to the definitions. Being tolerant and patient * Visual Cards
during communication
breakdowns.
* To enable students to narrate
a story about past events Showing tolerance to * Politely asks and answers
Grammar: * Match the picture to the pronunciation and syntax about past activities
words and then listen and mistakes.
* Past Simple
check as a whole if it was
* To express past abilities correct.
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Look at the chart and then
discuss and then complete the
sentences with the correct
words. * Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
Listen to a dialogue and
complete the sentences with
the missing words.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * 4B: Traveling * Match the pictures with the * Showing interest in * Politely asks for past * CD
past evnts and situations. signs and then listen and developing listening skills. experiences.
problems
check if it is correct.
Being tolerant and patient * Recorder
during communication
breakdowns.
* To enable students to narrate * Paper
a story about past events Showing tolerance to * Cooperatively talks about a
Grammar: pronunciation and syntax past experience.
* Disucss what they think
mistakes.
happened to the man and
* Past Simple
then listen and check, then
* To express past abilities read and choose true or false.
* The verb could * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
Look at both charts and
discuss them, then complete
the sentences with the correct
* * Performing oral and written
form of the verbs in
parenthesis. tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
Disucss what they remember
from when they were 5, then
talk in pairs,about then
*

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * 4C: I had an * Match the pictures with the * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies parts of * CD
past evnts and situations. phrases and then listen and developing listening skills. speech.
accident
check, then look at the words
and identify what part of * Recorder
speech they are.
* To enable students to narrate * Look at the headlines, then * Politely asks and answers
a story about past events listen and check, then read about mysterious things.
and identify the speaker.
* Being tolerant and patient
Grammar: during communication
breakdowns.
* Past progressive
* To express past abilities * Read the table and then circle
the correct words, then listen * Showing tolerance to
to a conversation and then pronunciation and syntax
choose the options. mistakes.

* Being courteous while


conversing with peers and
adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * 4D: What an * Look at the title, disucss, * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies moments * CD player
past evnts and situations. listen and check, then read developing listening skills. and places in the past.
adventure.
again and correct the
statements. * Being aware of the * Visual Cards
importance of family ties and
showing respect for the
* To enable students to narrate * Look at the chart and then family.
a story about past events complete the sentences with
the correct form of the verb in
* Assertively talks about things
Grammar: Being tolerant and patient that are difficult to explain in
past, then listen and repeat the past.
during communication
* Linking past actions and identify the sounds, then
breakdowns.
underline the silent letters.
* To express past abilities
* Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.
* Listen to an interview and
check the correct pictures of
what he mentions, then listen
* Being courteous while
again and write the correct
letter for the peron who did conversing with peers and
the action. adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * 4E: Travel * Match the pictures with the * Showing interest in * Enthusiastically talks about * CD
past evnts and situations. situations, then listen and developing listening skills. scary situations.
through time
check.
* Recorder
* Look at the picture and
* To enable students to narrate predict the story, then listen
and read, then read again and
* Correctly and respectfuly * Paper
a story about past events writes a story about a
answer the questions. * Being tolerant and patient
mysterious situation.
Grammar: during communication
breakdowns.
* Past tenses
* To express past abilities * In pairs, talk about what
would happen if they were in * Showing tolerance to
a scary place then read the pronunciation and syntax
paragraph and circle the mistakes.
correct word and write a
story.
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * Closing * Complete the sentences with * Showing interest in * Practice politely all the * CD
past evnts and situations. the words from the box, then developing listening skills. structures of the unit
activities
complete the sentences with
thecorrect form of the past * Recorder
tense
* To enable students to narrate
a story about past events
* Complete the story using past * Being tolerant and patient * Answers realistically
Grammar: tense, and then read the post during communication
card and write T or F, and breakdowns.
* Past tenses then write a story using the
* To express past abilities info given.
* Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.

* Being courteous while


conversing with peers and
adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 4

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Going places
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of traveling.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding traveling, and going back in time.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable student to talk about * Revision * Circle the correct words, then * Showing interest in * Practice politely all the * CD
past evnts and situations. complete with simple past and developing listening skills. structures of the unit
past progressive in the correct
form. * Recorder

* To enable students to narrate * Complete the dialogue with * Paper


a story about past events the phrases given, then
identify their achievements for
* Being tolerant and patient * Answers realistically
Grammar: during communication
the unit. breakdowns.
* Past tenses
* To express past abilities
* Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.

* Being courteous while


conversing with peers and
adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 5A: Get the * Lsiten and repeat the words, * Showing interest in * Correctly describes gadgets for * CD player
unusual experiences then circle the correct word developing listening skills. traveling.
first-aid kit
for each expression.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to talk


about things they have or have
never done
* Look at the picture, discuss, * Being tolerant and patient * Successfully talks about
Grammar: listen and check, then read during communication technological gadgets.
again and answer the breakdowns.
* Present perfect questions given.
Allow students to describe Simple
*
animals and vacations * Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
* Look at the chart,discuss and
mistakes.
then commplete the
sentences with the correct
* Enable students to talk about form of the present perfect
dangerous jobs simple. * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Listen and notice the
difference in the sounds.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 5B: Have you * Match the pictures with the * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies * CD
unusual experiences words, and then listen and developing listening skills. adventurous characteristics
ever…?
check as a whole.
* Recorder
* Successfully writes about
* Students will be able to talk things they have or have never
done.
* Paper
about things they have or have
never done
* Do the quiz and find out how * Being tolerant and patient
adventurous they are, then during communication
discuss the results and the breakdowns.
questions.
* Allow students to describe Grammar:
animals and vacations
* Present Perfect * Showing tolerance to
Simple pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.
* Look at the chart and then
complete the sentences with
* Enable students to talk about
the correct form of the verb in
dangerous jobs
parenthesis.
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.

* Write a few sentences about


things they have never done
and things they have done
* Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
before, use the ideas in the doing research work with
box. enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 5C: * Read the text and match the * Showing interest in * Respectfully talks about jobs * CD
unusual experiences questions with the developing listening skills. their family members do
Dangerous
paragraphs, then lsiten and
jobs check their answers. Then * Recorder
read again and choose True
* Students will be able to talk or False. Recognizes with respect
*
about things they have or have dangerous jobs.
never done
* Match the pictures with the * Being tolerant and patient
words in the wordbox, and during communication
then listen and check if the breakdowns.
answers were correct.
* Allow students to describe
animals and vacations * Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.
Grammar: * Look at the grammar chart
and discuss it in pairs, then
* Enable students to talk about * How long, for and
complete the blanks with the
dangerous jobs Since
present perfect simple of the
* Being courteous while
verbs in parenthesis with for conversing with peers and
or since. adults.

* In pairs, disucss the jobs the


members of thr family have
and for how long.
* Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 5D: * Listen and repeat the words * Showing interest in * Correctly talks about * CD player
unusual experiences and discuss which animals are developing listening skills. endangered species.
Endangered
endangered species.
Species * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to talk


about things they have or have
never done
* Listen and read the text and * Being tolerant and patient * Successfully identifes what to
Grammar: then choose the best option during communication do in certain situations.
for title, then read again and breakdowns.
* Conditional type 1 answer the questions.
* Allow students to describe
animals and vacations * Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
* Look at the grammar chart
mistakes.
and discuss it with their
partner, then complete the
* Enable students to talk about sentences with the present
dangerous jobs simple or future with will. * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Listen to the first part of a
conversation, then discuss
where do they decide to go,
and then listen and choose * Performing oral and written
the best aswer. tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 5E: Extreme * Match the activities with the * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies extreme * CD
unusual experiences pictures, then listen and developing listening skills. sports.
sports
check.
* Recorder
* Successfully and respectfully
* Students will be able to talk talks about dangerous sports.
* Listen and read where they * Paper
about things they have or have can find certain information,
never done then read and complete and
* Being tolerant and patient
during communication
find the meanings of the breakdowns.
words.
* Allow students to describe Grammar: * Listen to four people talking
animals and vacations about activites and identify * Showing tolerance to
the extra activity in the list. pronunciation and syntax
* Writiing skills Then in pairs, talk about mistakes.
extreme sports.
* Enable students to talk about * Look at the information given,
dangerous jobs then replace the words in red * Being courteous while
and then wite an original conversing with peers and
letter. adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * TOPIC 6: Live * Look at the lists and identify * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies different * CD
unusual experiences where they can be found, developing listening skills. rules.
by the rules
then identify what's wrong
with the pictures, then match * Recorder
the the definitions with the
* Students will be able to talk words or phrases in the first
* Cooperatively helps to make a
about things they have or have activity. class rule description.
never done
* Being tolerant and patient
during communication
breakdowns.
* Listen and repeat, then
complete the sentences with
* Allow students to describe
the correct phrasal verb, then
animals and vacations listen and check the sound * Showing tolerance to
htey hear, and then listen and pronunciation and syntax
answer the questions, finally mistakes.
Grammar: write a list of rules or
instructions to follow in class.
* Enable students to talk about * Modals
dangerous jobs
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Closing * Complete the sentences with * Showing interest in * Practice politely all the * CD player
unusual experiences words from the box, then, developing listening skills. structures of the unit
activities
complete the table and then
complete with the correct * Visual Cards
verb form.
* Students will be able to talk
about things they have or have
never done
* Circle the correct words and * Being tolerant and patient * Answers realistically
Grammar: then match the questions to during communication
the answers, then make breakdowns.
* Present Perfect and sentences with the words
Conditionals
* Allow students to describe given.
animals and vacations * Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
* Read the letter and complete
mistakes.
it, then answer the questions
given by ticking the doers.
* Enable students to talk about
dangerous jobs * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Look at the information given
and then write plan for
vacation.
* Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 5

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Danger
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of adcenturous lifestyles and dangerous jobs.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about adventurous lifestyles, dangerous jobs and others.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Revision * Match the words given and * Showing interest in * Practice politely all the * CD player
unusual experiences then circle the correct words developing listening skills. structures of the unit
and then complete with the
correct form of the verbs in * Visual Cards
parenthesis.
* Students will be able to talk
about things they have or have
never done
* Choos the best option and * Being tolerant and patient * Answers realistically
Grammar: then compelte with the during communication
correct form of the verbs, breakdowns.
* Present Perfect and then complete the dialogues.
Allow students to describe Conditionals
*
animals and vacations * Showing tolerance to
pronunciation and syntax
* Identify their achievements
mistakes.
for the unit.

* Enable students to talk about


dangerous jobs * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 6A: At the * Match the pictures with the * Showing interest in * Correctly describes sports * CD player
things they are able to do phrases in the box, then listen developing listening skills.
gym
and check their answers.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to talk


about eatg habits and health
problems.
* Look at the picture and * Being tolerant and patient * Successfully talks about things
Grammar: discuss the question, then during communication they are able to do.
listen and check, after that, breakdowns.
* be able to read again and complete the
* Allow students to talk about sentences.
their favorite sports or * Showing tolerance to
activities. pronunciation and syntax
* Look at the chart and discuss
mistakes.
the info in pairs, then circle
the correct word or phrase.
* Enable students to talk about
pets. * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
* Listen and repeat and identify
adults.
the differences in
* Students will be able to talk
pronuncaition, then listen and
about quantities.
check the sound they hear.
* Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN
UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 6B: Pet * Listen and read then match * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies relationship * CD
things they are able to do the sentences to the developing listening skills. with pets
therapy
paragraphs and then read and
answer the questions. * Recorder
* Successfully writes a
* Students will be able to talk paragraph about a pet they
know or have.
* Paper
about eatg habits and health
problems.
* Read the chart and then * Being tolerant and patient
discuss it with a partner, then during communication
complete the sentences with breakdowns.
the correct form of the verbs
* Allow students to talk about Grammar: in the right tense.
their favorite sports or
* Present Simple vs * Showing tolerance to
activities. Present Progressive pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.
* Write a paragraph about a pet
they have or would like to
* Enable students to talk about
have using the quesitons
pets.
given as guidelines.
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Students will be able to talk
about quantities.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 6C: What's * Look at the picutre and then * Showing interest in * Respectfully reads and * CD
things they are able to do listen and read and then find developing listening skills. discusses about illnesses
wrong with
who is in the picture
you? * Recorder

* Students will be able to talk * Cooperatively asks for and


about eatg habits and health gives advicesto helath
problems.
* Read the statements and * Being tolerant and patient
problems.
disucss if they are true or during communication
false and then listen and breakdowns.
check their answers.
* Allow students to talk about
their favorite sports or * Showing tolerance to
activities. pronunciation and syntax
mistakes.
Grammar: * Look at the chart and discuss
it in pairs, then complete the
* Enable students to talk about * Adverbs of manner
sentences with adverbs of
pets.
manner.
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Students will be able to talk
about quantities.
* In pairs, talk ask for and give
advices to their partners using
the information given as cues.
* Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 6D: Eat right! * Match the words with the * Showing interest in * Correctly discusses heathy * CD player
things they are able to do pictures and then listen and developing listening skills. food.
check their answers.
* Visual Cards

* Students will be able to talk


about eatg habits and health
problems.
* Read and listen to the info in * Being tolerant and patient * Successfully identifies
Grammar: the article, about eating right, during communication ingredients.
then match the sentences breakdowns.
* How much / How with the food groups, and
Allow students to talk about many?
* then check.
their favorite sports or * Showing tolerance to
activities. pronunciation and syntax
* Look at the table and discuss
mistakes.
the information with the class,
then choose the best option
* Enable students to talk about to complete the sentences.
pets. * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Students will be able to talk * Listen and match the speaker
about quantities. to it's food and then circle the
ingredients for each personal
meal. * Performing oral and written
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * 6E: Staying * Lok at the pictures and * Showing interest in * Correctly identifies sports and * CD
things they are able to do compelte the phraseswith the developing listening skills. activities.
healthy.
correct verb forms, then listen
and check. * Recorder
* Successfully and respectfully
* Students will be able to talk talks about the sports they do.
* Look at the picture and then * Paper
about eatg habits and health discuss and listen and check,
problems. then read the text and
* Being tolerant and patient
during communication
identify the speakers. breakdowns.

* Allow students to talk about Grammar: * Listen to the dialogue and


their favorite sports or then write True or false * Showing tolerance to
activities. according to the conversation. pronunciation and syntax
* Sports vocabulary
mistakes.

* Enable students to talk about * Look at the chart and then


pets. make sentences by putting * Being courteous while
the words in order then write conversing with peers and
two paragraphs about their adults.
* Students will be able to talk favorite sport following the
about quantities. plan given.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Closing * Write what is being asked and * Showing interest in * Practice politely all the * CD
things they are able to do then complete the sentences, developing listening skills. structures of the unit
activities
after that, complete using the
words in the box and them * Recorder
complete with the correc
* Students will be able to talk adjectives and adverbs.
about eatg habits and health
problems.
* Being tolerant and patient * Answers realistically
during communication
breakdowns.
* Complete with the correct
form of the verbs and then
* Allow students to talk about
complete with much and
their favorite sports or many, then read the text and * Showing tolerance to
activities. answer the questions and pronunciation and syntax
finally write two paragraphs mistakes.
Grammar: on the info given.
* Enable students to talk about * Modals
pets.
* Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Students will be able to talk
about quantities.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 6

Subject: English Course:


Name of the Unit: Feeling good
Competences: 1. Oral Comprehension (listening): Identifying the general aspects of abilities, food, activities and vocabulary.

2. Oral Production (speaking): Putting in practice the capacity of communicating orally making use of grammatical, sociolinguistic
discourse and strategic competences regarding the process of talking about abilities, food, sports, pets, health problems, etc.
3 Writing Production: Its goal is to write general and specific texts on socio-cultural and scientific topics to express ideas, emotions and
thoughts with diverse communicative purposes.

CONTENTS ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT SUPPORT TIMES
CONCEPTUAL PROCEDURAL ATTITUDINAL INDICATORS
* Enable students to talk about * Revision * Cross out the odd word and * Showing interest in * Practice politely all the * CD player
things they are able to do then match the expressions, developing listening skills. structures of the unit
then complete with the
correct form of the verbs. * Visual Cards

* Students will be able to talk


about eatg habits and health
problems.
* Choose the correct option, * Being tolerant and patient * Answers realistically
then make sentences using during communication
the prompts given, then breakdowns.
complete with adjectives and
* Allow students to talk about averbs amd finally complete
their favorite sports or the conversation. * Showing tolerance to
activities. pronunciation and syntax
* Identify their achievments for
mistakes.
the unit and the book.

* Enable students to talk about


pets. * Being courteous while
conversing with peers and
adults.
* Students will be able to talk
about quantities.

* Performing oral and written


tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.
tasks with confidence and
doing research work with
enthusiasm and interest.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves and getting the needed confidence to develop it at their own
level.
* For students to be 100% involved in the learning process, activities such as pair work, rollplays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects, creating charts, etc. will be used.

EVALUATION CRITERIA
* Oral interviews in pairs, oral participation, short written compositions, guided listening and writing activities, group projects and speeches.