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ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN

BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 0
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

WELCOME TO NEW YORK


Give and receive personal information, greet formal and informally, ask for personal information, identify classroom objects, alphabet and n

to 20, and talk abask about people in photos, express time and describe places and countries, talk about personal possessions.
Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.
2. Students will be able to greet each another

TOPIC 1: Introducing Yourself


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify introductions and greetings
* Recognize personal pronouns

PROCEDIMENTAL
*
*
*
*
*
*

Listening and reading different personal introductions


Completing sentences about personal introductions
Working in groups introducing themselves and others
Listening and reading different kinds of greetings
Greeting their partners orally
Working in groups identifying different hours of the day
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL

* Evidencing self-confidence in conversations


and oral presentations
* Showing interest in classmates' personal informat
* Showing courtesy when addressing others.

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Recognizes formal and informal introductions from different sources.
* Listening and writing activities.
* Introduces himself/herself correctly.
* Pair and group work.
* Finds specific information from written sources.
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 0
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

WELCOME TO NEW YORK


Give and receive personal information, greet formal and informally, ask for personal information, identify classroom objects, alphabet and n

to 20, and talk abask about people in photos, express time and describe places and countries, talk about personal possessions.
Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to identify classroom objects
2. Students will be able to follow commands

TOPIC 2: Classroom Language


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify classroom objects
* Recognize classroom commands

PROCEDIMENTAL
* Identifying useful expressions for the class from visual sources
* Listening and miming basic classroom commands
* Matching pictures with their words.

ATTITUDINAL
* Showing self-confidence when performing
commands.
* Cooperating with classmates in group
activities
* Showing tolerance towards others' mistakes.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Recognizes classroom objects
* Matching exercises
* Performs and identifies classroom commands with confidence
* Pair and group work.

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 0
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

WELCOME TO NEW YORK


Give and receive personal information, greet formal and informally, ask for personal information, identify classroom objects, alphabet and n

to 20, and talk abask about people in photos, express time and describe places and countries, talk about personal possessions.
Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to recognize the English alphabet
2. Students will be able to identify the days of the week

TOPIC 3: The Alphabet and the Days


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify letters of the alphabet
* Identify the days of the week.

PROCEDIMENTAL
*
*
*
*
*
*

Listening and repeat the alphabet


Singing along the alphabet song
Asking peers to spell words.
Spelling different words
Putting in order the days of the week
Spelling the days of the week.
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL
* Being enthusiastic about singing the alphabet
song
* Showing interest in playing spelling games

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Identify the letters of the alphabet from different sources
* Spelling games
* Spells different words correctly
* Asks peers to spell words with grammatical accuracy and fluency
* Calls out the days of the week properly
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 0
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

WELCOME TO NEW YORK


Give and receive personal information, greet formal and informally, ask for personal information, identify classroom objects, alphabet and n

to 20, and talk abask about people in photos, express time and describe places and countries, talk about personal possessions.
Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to identify the numbers from 0 to 20
2. Students will be able to identify colours

TOPIC 4: Numbers and Colors


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Recognize numbers from 0 to 20
* Identify the colours

PROCEDIMENTAL
* Listening to numbers from 0 to 20 and identifying them from written
sources
* Listening and writing different numbers from different audio sources
* Talking about the age of different members of their family
* Writing down the colours they hear from audio sources
* Talking about their age and their favourite colours.

ATTITUDINAL
* Showing interest in learning numbers and
colours
* Being enthusiastic about peers' favourite
colours and age
* Showing respect toward others' preferences

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Writes numbers and colours correctly
* Role plays
* Talks about age and colours with grammatical accuracy
* Writing tasks
* Introduces him/herself giving information about: age, favourite colour, personal and pet's characteristics .
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 0
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

WELCOME TO NEW YORK


Give and receive personal information, greet formal and informally, ask for personal information, identify classroom objects, alphabet and n

to 20, and talk abask about people in photos, express time and describe places and countries, talk about personal possessions.
Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to talk about their family
2. Students will be able to identify singular and plural nouns, indefinite articles and possessive adjectives

TOPIC 5: Talking About your Family


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify family members
* Recognize when to use "a" and "an".

PROCEDIMENTAL
* Listening to conversations about family members
* Completing grammar box with the contractions of verb to be in
simple present
* Completing sentences using information from audio sources.
* Asking and answering questions about family members
* Completing exercises about the use of "a" and "an"
* Playing memory games
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL
* Evidencing self-confidence in oral
*presentations
Cooperating with classmates in group
activities.
* Showing interest in classmates' family info
* Showing courtesy when addressing others.

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Recognizes family members
* Role plays
* Describes family members with grammatical accuracy
* Listening activities
* Compeltes grammar tasks correctly
* Matching games
* Uses contractions of verb to be properly
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about countries and nationalities, introduce themselves.

Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.


2. Students will be able to talk about countries and nationalities.

TOPIC: Countries and Nationalities


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify introductions
* Identify countries and nationalities.

PROCEDIMENTAL
* Teacher introduces him/herself, saying where he/she is from and
his/her nationality.
* Asking students their names and where they are from.
* Pasting a map on board and relating some pictures of people to
specific countries and introduce them saying their names, countries of
origen and nationalities.
* Listening to CD, following in book, page 15. Some students read each
* Group work: Students think about a country and its nationality and
prepare a diaalogue to introduce themselves. Role-playing
covnersation.
* Workbook, page 76, exercises 1-2.
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL

*Identifying and respecting errors as part of the


learning process.
*Showing perseverance and positive attitude
toward the acquisition of the English language.
b*Developing respect for individual differences in pee

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
*Successfully identifies countries and nationalities.
*Oral presentations
* Introduces him/herself with grammatical accuracy and fluency.
*Listening activities
*Group work
SUPPORTING MATERIAL

* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about countries and nationalities, introduce themselves.

Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.


2. Students will be able to talk about countries and nationalities.

TOPIC: Hello!/Hi!
CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify introductions
* Identify countries and nationalities.

PROCEDIMENTAL
* Teacher introduces him/herself and shows a picture of a famous
person to introduce him/her to students.
* Do the same activity introducing other students. Getting students in
small groups to do the same. Going around checking activity.
* Listening to CD and completing the comprehension exercise on book.
Checking orally from several students.
*Discussing grammar focus with all the class. Completing exercises.
Coming up with original examples (full sentences).
*Playing CD, students find pairs of words that rhyme. Checking orally.
* Workbook, pages 76-77, exercises 3-6.
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL

*Identifying and respecting errors as part of the


learning process.
*Showing perseverance and positive attitude
toward the acquisition of the English language.
*Developing respect for individual differences in pee

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
*Successfully identifies countries and nationalities.
*Oral presentations
* Introduces him/herself and others with grammatical accuracy and fluency.
*Listening activities
*Group work

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about countries and nationalities, introduce themselves.

Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.


2. Students will be able to talk about countries and nationalities.

TOPIC: Hello!/Hi!/Pages 20-21


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify introductions
* Identify countries and nationalities.

PROCEDIMENTAL
* Writing some introductions on board making bad use of the verb to
be. Encouraging students to come and correct the mistakes.
* Listening and reading the conversation in ex. 6. Saying which
sentences in ex. 7 are true and which are false.
* Listening to CD and completing the comprehension exercise on book.
Checking orally from several students.
*Completing the grammar chart with al lthe students. Explaining the
contractions of the verb "to be".
*Completing written exercises on the book. Letting students come to
board to write their complete sentences.
* Listening to CD and check the names of students that attended the
class. After this, ask and answer in pairs questions bout who are in
class and who are not.
* Workbook, pages 77-78, exercises 8-11.
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL

*Identifying and respecting errors as part of the


learning process.
*Showing perseverance and positive attitude
toward the acquisition of the English language.
*Developing respect for individual differences in pee
*Performing academic tasks with creativity and
enthusiasm.
*Acquiring the habit of writing with clarity and neatn

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
*Successfully identifies countries and nationalities.
*Oral presentations
* Introduces him/herself and others with grammatical accuracy and fluency.
*Listening activities

*Group work
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 1
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about countries and nationalities, introduce themselves.

Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.


2. Students will be able to talk about countries and nationalities.

TOPIC: Hello!/Hi!/Pages 22-23


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify introductions
* Identify countries and nationalities.

PROCEDIMENTAL
*Showing some pictures of countries to studetns, they call out their
names and respective nationalities.
*Getting students in pairs classifying countries and nationalities.
Checking orally.
* Showing students some pictures of famous people and asking them
their nationalities.
*Project: Students make a poster with pictures and information about
their favourite stars (in music, sports, movies, etc.)
*Getting students in groups to work in "Fun and Games".
* Workbook, pages 79, exercises 12-15.
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL

*Identifying and respecting errors as part of the


learning process.
*Showing perseverance and positive attitude
toward the acquisition of the English language.
*Developing respect for individual differences in pee
*Performing academic tasks with creativity and
enthusiasm.
*Acquiring the habit of writing with clarity and neatn

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
*Successfully identifies countries and nationalities.
*Oral presentations
* Introduces him/herself and others with grammatical accuracy and fluency.
*Listening activities

*Group work
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:

English

Course:
nancy edelmira portillo moran

UNIT 1
Talk about countries and nationalities, introduce themselves.

Specific Objective 1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.


2. Students will be able to talk about countries and nationalities.

TOPIC: Culture Spot: Schools in America


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify introductions
* Identify countries and nationalities.
used to
simple
and
past continuo
past
present perfect

PROCEDIMENTAL
*Asking students some questions about how schools work in our
country. Having a class discussion about it.
* Working in pairs reading some charts about schools in America and
talking about the differences with the system in our country.
*Filling out a form with information about school system in our country.
Elicit orally.
* Workbook, pages 80-82, exercises 16-21.
METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL

*Identifying and respecting errors as part of the


learning process.
*Showing perseverance and positive attitude
toward the acquisition of the English language.
*Developing respect for individual differences in pee

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
*Successfully identifies countries and nationalities.
*Oral presentations
* Introduces him/herself and others with grammatical accuracy and fluency.
*Listening activities
*Successfully talks about school systems with coherence and fluency.
*Group work

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 2
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about daily activities and the frequency of events.
1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others.

TOPIC 0: HELLO!
CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify formal and informal personal introductions.

PROCEDIMENTAL

ATTITUDINAL

* Pointing at maps different countries and calling out the respective nati* Showing interest in peers' personal information.
* Talking about the languages and capitals of several countries.
* Respecting other countries' cultures
* Introducing themselves and others in the class.
* Addressing classmates politely when
introducing themselves and others.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Matches nationalities with their respective countries.
* Pair and group work.
* Introduces him/herself and others correctly (orally and written)
* Guided role plays.

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 2
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about daily activities and the frequency of events.
1. Students will be able to describe their own daily activities.

TOPIC 1: Daily Activities


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify daily activities

PROCEDIMENTAL
*
*
*
*

Looking at pictures and identifying daily activities.


Listening to audio sources to identify daily activities.
Asking and answering about personal daily activities.
Cheking activities they do every day.

ATTITUDINAL
* Cooperating actively in group activities.
* Respecting peers' opinions

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Identifies daily activities from different sources
* Pair and group work.
* Asks and answers questions about daily activities with grammatical accuracy and fluency
* Oral interviews
* Describes his/her own daily activities properly.
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 2
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about daily activities and the frequency of events.
1. Students will be able to describe, ask and answer about the frequency of different daily activities

TOPIC 2: I'm Never Late for School


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify daily activities
* Recognize adverbs of frequency
* Analize frequency of different daily activities.

PROCEDIMENTAL

ATTITUDINAL

* Matching pictures with daily activities.


* Showing enthusiasm toward sharing his/her
* Reading texts about daily activities.
own daily activities.
* Completing grammar charts (frequency adverbs)
* Evidencing self-confidence in conversations
* Finding specific information about someone's daily activities from text and oral presentations
* Listening to audio to identify what true and false statements about * Acquiring the habit of writing with clarity and neatness.
* Identifying frequency of events.
someone's daily activities
* Rewriting sentences putting adverbs of frequency in the correct place.
* Writing and talking about her/his own daily activities.
METHODOLOGY

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Clearly identifies frequency of daily activities
* Pair and group work.
* Understands different daily activities and their frequency from different sources.
* Oral interviews
* Completes sentences using frequency adverbs in the correct place.
* Role plays
* Talks about his/her daily activities as well as his/her peers' with fluency.

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 2
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about daily activities and the frequency of events.
1. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about daily activities.

TOPIC 3: Listen and Read pages 8 and 9


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify the use of "ever" in questions
* Recognizing frequency of present events

PROCEDIMENTAL

ATTITUDINAL

* Listening and reading conversations about a test called "Are you a per* Showing enthusiasm toward sharing his/her
* Matching names with pictures related to routines.
own daily activities.
* Discussing about the use of "ever" before adjectives and after verbs i * Evidencing self-confidence in conversations
* Unscrambling words to form questions using "ever".
and oral presentations
* Acquiring the habit of writing with clarity and neatness.
* Interviewing peers about the frequency of different activities.
* Reading about someone's daily routines and filling a grid with the
* Identifying frequency of events.
information.
* Asking and answering questions from a quiz (written and orally)
METHODOLOGY

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Asks and answer questions using "ever" with grammatical accuracy.
* Pair and group work.
* Correctly matches pictures with their corresponding daily routines.
* Oral interviews
* Prepares interviews about daily routines using "ever ".
* Matching games

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 2
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about daily activities and the frequency of events.
1. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about daily activities.

TOPIC 5: Skills Development. Survey: All About You


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL

PROCEDIMENTAL

* Recognize reasons to do something (the use of "because* Guessing and writing the results of a survey about "All about You"
* Identify frequency of events
* Listening to conversations to check information about a survey
* Doing surveys in groups
* Reporting survey answers to class
* Making pie charts or pictograms to express survey results.

METHODOLOGY

ATTITUDINAL
* Cooperating actively in group activities
* Performing academic tasks with creativity
and enthusiasm
* Showing acceptance of errors as part of
the learning process
* Paying careful attention to pronunciation,
stress, rithm and intonation, grammar and
word choice according to purpose and
audience.

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Takes information and summarizes information from written and oral sources.
* Surveys

* Elaborates surveys with grammatical accuracy


* Elaboration of graphics.
* Identifies specific informtaion from audio and written sources
* Writes results from a survey correctly and makes pie charts with the information.
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 2
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective:

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Talk about daily activities and the frequency of events.
1. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about daily activities.

TOPIC 6: It's a Dog's Life!


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Recognize true and false information from different sour *
*
*
*

PROCEDIMENTAL
Reading a story
Choosing true or false statement based on pictures.
Listening to a story and checking answers to exercises
Acting out a story

ATTITUDINAL
* Paying careful attention to audio tasks.
* Showing acceptance of errors as part of
the learning process
* Paying careful attention to pronunciation,
stress, rithm and intonation, grammar and
word choice according to purpose and
audience.

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those in which students participation is constant along the topic so since the beginning they are producing language themselves

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Properly identifies true and false statements related to pictures
* True /False exercises
* Acts out conversations with fluency and correct pronunciation
* Role plays
* Makes up original conversations taking as model the one from the book
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

nformation.

arity and neatness.

arity and neatness.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 3
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Enable students to introduce themselves and others, talk about obligations and prohibitions, describe what they and others like doing and de
and personality
1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and others

TOPIC 1: Hello
CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify different ways of introducing themselves.
* Identify personal information

PROCEDIMENTAL
*
*
*
*
*

Reading introductions of different people.


Reading and listening to different people's profiles.
Completing different people's profiles
Introducing his/herself orally and written.
Listening to peers introducing themselves.

ATTITUDINAL
* Evidencing self-confidence in conversations
oral presentations
* Showing appropriate verbal and nonverbal
behavior when interacting with other people
* Cooperating with his/her work-team in the classroom.
* Showing acceptance of errors as part of the
learning process

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Identifies formal and informal introductions from different sources
* Role plays
* Identifies personal information from diffferent profiles.
* Listening and completing exercises.
* Completes personal profiles with information from audio sources.
* Introduces him/herself with fluency and grammatical accuracy
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 3
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Enable students to introduce themselves and others, talk about obligations and prohibitions, describe what they and others like doing and de
and personality
1. Students will be able to describe appearance and personality

TOPIC 2: All About Us


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Recognize vocabulary for describing appearance and per*
*
*
*
*

PROCEDIMENTAL
Reading introductions of different people.
Reading and listening to different people's profiles.
Completing different people's profiles
Introducing his/herself orally and written.
Listening to peers introducing themselves.

ATTITUDINAL
* Evidencing self-confidence in conversations
oral presentations
* Showing appropriate verbal and nonverbal
behavior when interacting with other people
* Cooperating with his/her work-team in the classroom.
* Showing acceptance of errors as part of the
learning process

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Identifies formal and informal introductions from different sources
* Role plays
* Identifies personal information from diffferent profiles.
* Listening and completing exercises.
* Completes personal profiles with information from audio sources.
* Introduces him/herself with fluency and grammatical accuracy

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 3
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Enable students to introduce themselves and others, talk about obligations and prohibitions, describe what they and others like doing and de
and personality
1. Students will be able to talk about obligations and prohibitions

TOPIC 3: You Shouldn't Do That


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Analize vocabulary to talk about obligations and prohibit *
*
*
*
*
*
*

PROCEDIMENTAL

ATTITUDINAL

Describing scenes from pictures.


* Evidencing self-confidence in conversations
Making predictions about what is happening in pictures.
oral presentations
Asking and answering questions about a story from audio and writte* Showing appropriate verbal and nonverbal
Talking about grammar for obligations and prohibitions.
behavior when interacting with other people
Completing sentences using "should" and "shouldn't".
* Cooperating with his/her work-team in the classroom.
Talking about what should be done in different situations.
* Showing acceptance of errors as part of the
Acting out dialogues about obligations and prohibitions.
learning process
METHODOLOGY

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Clearly identifies obligations and prohibitions in English.
* Role plays
* Asks and answers questions about specific information in paragraphs and conversations.
* Listening and completing exercises.
* Completes sentences using "should" and "shouldn't" with grammatical accuracy.
* Talks about prohibitions and obligations with grammatical accuracy and fluency.

* Acts out dialogues using "should" and "shouldn't" properly.


SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 3
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Enable students to introduce themselves and others, talk about obligations and prohibitions, describe what they and others like doing and de
and personality
1. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about present events
2. Students will be able to talk about present events

TOPIC 4: Pages 10 and 11


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify present actions from different sources
*
* Recognize when to use "do" and "does" in questions.
*
* Recognize affirmative and negative statements in simple*
*
*
*
*

PROCEDIMENTAL

ATTITUDINAL

Describing people in pictures.


* Scanning articles for specific information
Talking about schools, sports and favourite food.
* Cooperating with his/her work-team in the classroom.
Listening to audio and identifying who is being described.
* Showing appropriate verbal and nonverbal
Reviewing grammar charts about simple present.
behavior when interacting with other people
Completing exercises with missing information from questions and a * Showing courtesy in conversations with peers and others.
Working in pairs asking and answering about different people's info * Showing acceptance of errors as part of the
Playing charades using the information from the different profiles. learning process
METHODOLOGY

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES
* Talks about school, sports and food with grammatical accuracy and fluency
* Role plays
* Asking and answering questions in simple present correctly
* Listening and completing exercises.

* Completes sentences using "should" and "shouldn't" with grammatical accuracy.


* Talks about prohibitions and obligations with grammatical accuracy and fluency.
* Acts out dialogues using "should" and "shouldn't" properly.
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 3
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Enable students to introduce themselves and others, talk about obligations and prohibitions, describe what they and others like doing and de
and personality
1. Students will be able to talk about things they and others like doing and to describe people's appearance and personality

TOPIC 5: Pages 12 and 13


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL
* Identify use of like+verb+ing
*
* Recognize the use of "s" ending for third person singular i*
* Identify personality adjectives.
*
*
*
*
*

PROCEDIMENTAL

ATTITUDINAL

Matches pictures to their corresponding descriptions


* Showing interest in sharing activities they
Describing pictures
like and don't like doing
Completing sentences using the "ing" form of different verbs
* Showing appropriate verbal and nonverbal
Working in pairs talking about what they like and don't like doing
behavior when interacting with other people
Talking about what their best friend likes doing.
* Respecting others personality and appearance
Writing about what someone likes and don't like doing
characteristics
Describing friends and family members appearance and personality * Cooperating in work activities
METHODOLOGY

* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
STRATEGIES

*
*
*
*
*

Uses "s" ending for third person singular (simple present) properly
* Dialogues
Talks about what he/she and his/her peers like doing with fluency
* Listening and completing exercises.
Completes written tasks using like+verb+ing with grammatical accuracy
Describes people's personality and appearance correctly.
Asks and answers questions about likes and physical apparance and personality.
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT ANNUAL PLAN


BOOK: MEGATRENDS 3
UNIT 1
Subject:
Teacher:
Name of the Unit:
Timing:
General Objective:
Specific Objective

English

Course:

UNIT 1
Enable students to introduce themselves and others, talk about obligations and prohibitions, describe what they and others like doing and de
and personality
1. Students will be able to talk about things they and others like doing and to describe people's appearance and personality

TOPIC 6: Skills Development: Pets' Corner


CONTENT
CONCEPTUAL

PROCEDIMENTAL

* Identify use of like+verb+ing


* Describing animals' pictures
* Recognize the use of "s" ending for third person singular i* Telling what some animals like and don't like doing
* Identify personality and phisical appearance adjectives. * Matching sentences with pictures
* Finding the meaning of words and phrases
* Asking and answering questions about pets
* Writing people's and animals' profiles

ATTITUDINAL
* Showing interest in sharing activities they
like and don't like doing
* Showing appropriate verbal and nonverbal
behavior when interacting with other people
* Respecting others personality and appearance
characteristics
* Cooperating in work activities

METHODOLOGY
* Practical Approach: Interactive classes are those 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, role plays, listening to CDs, watching videos, developing oral and written projects and
creating charts will be performed.
EVALUATION CRITERIA

*
*
*
*

ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
Uses "s" ending for third person singular (simple present) properly
Talks about pets' appearance and personality
Properly matches sentences with pictures
Writes animal and people's profiles with grammatical accuracy

STRATEGIES
* Dialogues
* Listening and completing exercises.

SUPPORTING MATERIAL
* CD, CD player, Student's book, Work book, flashcards.

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