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PLANIFICARE PE UNITI DE NVARE

LIMBA ENGLEZ

coala Gimnazial IORGU IORDAN

Nr. ore/spt: 2 ore

Clasa a VIII-a

An colar: 2015-2016

Manual:Snapshot

Profesor: Chijr AndreeaUNITS and DETAILSaimsteaching / learningresources

timeevaluation

UNIT 1 Families

SEEING DOUBLE - Interview Show interest or surprise Express feelings Give personal information Express agreement / disagreement Write about themselves Start and maintain a conversation Write informal letters Present simple and continuous

Present perfect simple with time adverbials for and since

Verbs not normally used in the continuous tenses 1.1 to observe the order of the events from a clearly articulated message

2.2 - make up simple questions

3.1 to anticipate the theme/subject of a text using the title, key words, images etc.

3.4 to deduce from the context the meaning of some unknown lexical elements

4.1 to write short texts using linking words

Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing

- Guessing exercise

- Listen and read/Useful phrases - listen and repeat

- Grammar snapshot - make rules

- Complete the letter with the correct tense

- Complete the sentences with for and since and the correct form of the verb in brackets

- Complete the sentences with the correct tense of the verbs in brackets

- Phrasal verbs with get

Reading, Speaking and Writing

"Seeing Double"

- Memory bank - family relationships

- Guess the meaning of words

- Vocabulary exercises - relationships

- Communication - keep a conversation going

- Write a short description of the partner based on the given description of a person

- Write an informal letter using the cues Textbook

Pictures

Notebook

Blackboard

Textbook

Notebook

Blackboard

Portfolio

Individual work

Pair work

Individual work

Pair work

2h

1h

Oral practice

Discussion and debate

Writing

Oral practice

Discussion and debate

Writing

Homework

UNIT 2 Nepal Trek

ON TOP OF THE WORLD - journal Talk about past journeys Express feelings and states Make suggestions, express opinions and give solid argumentation

Ask and give details and explanations

Ask, give or refuse permission

Past simple and present perfect

The definite article and the zero article

Phrasal verbs with go 1.1 to observe the order of the events from a clearly articulated message

2.3 to talk about people, facts and events, using simple sentences

3.1 to anticipate the theme/subject of a text using the title, key words, images etc.

4.2 to write short, familiar messages

Reading, Speaking, Listening and Writing

- Guessing exercise - guess the meaning of the words

- true or false exercises

- Phrasal Verbs with go

- Talk about trips

- Grammar snapshot - make rules

- List each time expression under the correct tense heading

- Exercises using the past tense and the present perfect

Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening

- Travel Vocabulary

- Exercises using the travel vocabulary - write paragraphs about a train journey and a boat trip

- Interaction - make an interview

- Write a description of a trip or a journey

- Exercises using the definite or indefinite article

- Listen and read

- Asking, giving and refusing permissionTextbook

Board

Notebook

Textbook

Board

Notebook

PortfolioIndividual work

Individual work

PW

2h

1h

Oral practice

Discussion and debate

Homework

Oral practice

Discussion and debate

Homework

Writing

FAST REWIND UNITS 1 AND 2

- choose the correct verb to complete the text

- complete the sentences with the past simple or the present perfect simple form of the verbs in brackets

- complete sentences with the definite article or the zero article

- rewrite sentences

- complete sentences with correct verbal phrases

- communication - work in pairsTextbookIndividual work1h

Homework

Writing

UNIT 3 Lucky Day? GLASGOW BOYS AMAZING WIN narrative

Describe a place Collect and organise ideas Talk about the past

Express a desire, a preference

Write about personal experiences

Announce and respond to good and bad news

Write a narrative composition

Past simple

Time clauses with when, while, as soon as, before, after

Word building from verbs of emotion

Phrasal verbs with give1.1 to observe the order of the events from a clearly articulated message

2.3 to talk about people, facts and events, using simple sentences

3.1 to anticipate the theme/subject of a text using the title, key words, images etc.

3.3 to extract specific information from a text in order to solve a simple task

4.3 to write simple instructions for every day situations with immediate communication Reading, Speaking and Writing

- Multiple choice exercise

- Vocabulary exercises

- Word building from verbs of emotion: chart and chose the correct word exercises

- Phrasal verbs with give

Reading, Writing and Speaking

- Grammar snapshot: make rules

- A strange vanishing act complete the story with the correct form of the verbs past simple, past continuous and past perfect

- How do you explain it? write a description of an occasion when good or bad things happened

- Write a description of an occasion when some good or bad news was announced in the family

- "True/false questions"

Reading, Speaking and Writing

- Rewrite a story, making it more interesting

- Write a story about an event where something went wrong Textbook

Board

Notebook

Textbook

Board

Notebook

Grammar book

Portfolio

Textbook

Board

Notebook

PortfolioIndividual work

PW

Individual work

PW

Individual work

1h

1h

1h

Oral practice

Discussion and debate

Writing

Oral practice

Writing

Homework

Oral practice

Debate

Writing

Homework

UNIT 4

Fancy seeing you again!

MEET A TEEN DIVA - newspaper article

Give, accept and refuse invitations Express feelings and states Collect and organise ideas

Talk about the future

Talk about hobbies

Talk about themselves

Characterise actions or persons

Future with will/wont, may/might, going to or present continuous

Adjectives and prepositions1.1 to observe the order of the events from a clearly articulated message

2.2 make up simple questions3.1 to anticipate the theme/subject of a text using the title, key words, images etc.

3.3 to extract specific information from a text in order to solve a simple task

4.3 to write simple instructions for every day situations with immediate communicationReading, Speaking and Writing- Listen and read the dialogue

- Answer the questions

- Grammar snapshot - make rules

- Write a response using the correct form of will, may/might, going to or the present continuous

- Before reading think of famous people

- Meet a teen diva" - read the text and guess the meaning of the words

- complete the factfile for Charlotte

-talking about very young artists

Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

- vocabulary exercises adjectives and prepositions

- discussion over the text

- guess the meanings of the words

- complete a fact file for the character of the story

- true or false exercises

- writing exercisesTextbook

Board

Grammar book

Notebook

Textbook

Board

Notebook

Portfolio

Individual work

PW

Individual work

PW

2h

1h

Oral practice

Discussion

Homework

Writing

Oral practice

Discussion

Homework

Writing

FAST REWIND UNITS 3 AND 4

- complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets

- choose the correct form of the verb in each sentence

- rephrasing

- complete the sentences using the correct part of speech from the verbs in brackets

- complete the sentences using each of the adjectives

- work in pairs - dialogue

- progress updateTextbookIndividual work

1h

Writing

Halloween Party

UNIT 5

The thirty-nine steps THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS by John Buchan narrative

Consolidation of language skills

THE BIG PICTURE 1 // TIME OFF1.1 to observe the order of the events from a clearly articulated message

2.2 make up simple questions3.3 to extract specific information from a text in order to solve a simple task

2.2 make up simple questions2.4 to describe people, places, images, and events, in simple sentences

3.2 to draw out the main