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Specific Competences Indicators (SCI) and Sub Competences (SC)


Specific
Competences
Sub Competences
Indicators

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Contents

FIRST TERM
02.09

04.09

UNIT I
Listening
1.3. Listening to the speakers instructions to perform simple Lesson I
classroom tasks and following them appropriately.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the
teacher on a familiar topic at an appropriate level of difficulty.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to discuss the importance of
English in the students everyday life. The dialogues are directed
by the teacher.2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate
fluency, stress, intonation and sense groups.
Reading
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading.)
Written Interaction, 4.3. Using words (phrases, sentences) and simple forms to
Culture
and describe the students personal information in letters to their penComparison Area
friends.
1.2. Identifying and respecting the norms of verbal and nonverbal communication while interacting orally and in written
form. 1. Comparing conversational formulas and specific
vocabulary for written and oral interaction in English -Speaking
Countries and Moldova.
Grammar
Using prepositions from, in, of, to.
Integrated
Skill 1. Identifying words, expressions, grammar structures similar to
Combinations
the ones in the students mother-tongue.
Spoken Interaction 2.2. Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and Lesson 2
identifying its type.
Reading
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
Written Interaction 4.1. Writing a paragraph about a legendary person. The
information conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.
4.5. Completing a fill-in-the-gap paragraph about King Alfred
from which some words have been omitted (the words are listed

English in Our Life

Hours

Notes

32
11
1

1. Talking about the


importance of English:
Ex.1,5p.6-7
2.Talking
about
penfriends:
Ex.7,8
Ex.2,6.p.6-7
Writing a letter to a pen
friend:
Ex.9p.7

Prepositionsfrom,in,of,to
Ex.4p.7
Legendary Past
Talking about past events:
Ex.7p.9
Writing about a legendary
person:
Ex.9p.9
Filling in the gaps:

Grammar
Culture
09.09
11.09

16.09

18.09

below the paragraph).


Using irregular verbs in Simple Past and articles

8. Knowledge of famous people of the target language


community.
Listening
1.4. Identifying the general meaning of an easy short text, Lesson 3
containing simple and familiar lexis.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the
teacher on a familiar topic (famous people) at an appropriate
level of difficulty. 2.5. Synchronistical translating into the
students native language a paragraph on a familiar topic.
Reading
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading.)
3.4. Defining the meaning of unknown words from the context.
Grammar
Using Relative Pronouns whose, who, that.
Spoken Interaction 2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the Lesson 4
teacher on a familiar topic at an appropriate level of difficulty.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.
Reading
and 3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading.)
Culture
3.4. Defining the meaning of unknown words from the context.
2.Knowledge of simple literary texts-fairy tales, rhymes, poemswhich belong to the culture of English-Speaking countries
(characters, actions, attitudes, Feelings, places).
Written Interaction 4.1. Writing a paragraph about one of the seasons of the year.
and Integrated Skill The information conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.
Combinations
7. Making a description of a season.
Grammar
Using Simple past.
Using Prepositions at for into till.
Culture
9. Memorizing and presenting rhymes, short poems and simple
dialogues which belong to the target language community.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 5
Spoken Interaction relevant details in simple dialogues to describe country life in
and
Community Moldova. 2.6. Maintaining a conversation about country life in
Area
Moldova, using pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics,
expressing agreement and disagreement.1. Identifying the ways
rural and urban spaces are organized. 2. Identifying and
describing the ways of life in communities.

Ex.5p.9
Simple Past, irregular
verbs.Articles:ex.5, p.9
Ex.1,2,5,p.8-9
A life Devoted to People
Ex.5p.11
Talking about famous
people Ex.1,3,p.10-11

Ex.2,4p.10-11
Relative Pronouns;
A Song of Seasons
Talking about seasons:
Ex.1,2,4p.12-13

Text: The Grasshopper


ant the Ant :
Ex.5p.13
Describing seasons of the
year:
Ex.3,8p.12-13
Simple Past, Prepositions
at for into till.
Poem :A Song of
Seasons : p.12
In the Country
Talking about life in the
country.
Ex.3,7p.14-15

Reading

Written Interaction
23.09
25.09

Grammar
Listening
Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction

30.09

Grammar
Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction
Grammar
02.10

Spoken Interaction

3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading.)


3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chose
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.3.Using words(phrases,sentences)and simple forms to describe
the students personal information their grandparents farm.
Using have to can must.
1.2. Understanding the general meaning of an easy, short, oral Lesson 6
message, presented in a simple and clear way.
2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the
teacher on a familiar topic at an appropriate level of difficulty.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe country house.
The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading.)
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted (the
words are listed below the paragraph).
Using Countable and Uncountable nouns.
2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the Lesson 7
teacher on a familiar topic at an appropriate level of difficulty.
2.6. Maintaining a conversation about the students grandparents,
using pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
2.2. Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type.
3.5. Producing written message based on the text
4.1. Writing a paragraph about a legendary person. The
information conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.
Using Comparisons as...as, not as...as
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 8
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe country house.
The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.

Text: Country Life Is


Never
Boring
:
ex.4p.14
Writing
about
grandparents farm Ex.10
Modals
At My Grandparents
Ex.8p.14
Talking
about
grandparents house :
Ex.1,7p.16-17

Text: My Grandparents
Cellar : Ex.2p.16
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.9p.17
C. and Uncountable Nouns
Granny, Dear Granny
Asking for and giving
personal information :
talking about the students
grandparents:
Ex.1,3,6p.18-19
Ex.2p.18
Making notes: Ex.4p.18
Writing an ending to a
fairy tale: Ex.8p.19
Comparisons
as...as, not as...as
Round Up
1.Talking about the role of
English in the students
life: Ex.1p.22
2.Talking
about
the

Reading

07.10
09.10
14.10

16.10
21.10

Integrated
Skill
Combinations
Evaluation

3.2. Following simple instruction given in written form.


3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
7 Making a description of a season.
-Practical application of knowledge and skill acquired while
studying this unit.

UNIT II
Spoken Interaction 2.2.Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and Lesson 1
identifying its type (poem, story, biography, dialogue,
informative text , etc)
2.6. Maintaining a conversation about nature, using pragmatics
of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing agreement and
disagreement.
Reading
and 3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
Integrated
Skill by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
Combinations
sense groups.
4. Understanding an informative text related to animals and
plants (the way they look, the food they need, their ways of
existence and their usefulness.)
Grammar
Using sentences with If/When Simple Present- Will
Spoken Interaction

2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the Lesson 2


teacher on a familiar topic at an appropriate level of difficulty.
2.6. Maintaining a conversation Moldovan Codrii, using
pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading
and 3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
Integrated
Skill by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
Combinations
sense groups. 4. Understanding an informative text related to
animals and plants (the way they look, the food they need, their
ways of existence and their usefulness.)
3.5. Producing written message based on the text.

students favorite seasons:


Ex.5p.22
3.Talking
about
the
students visit to their
grandparents:Ex.6p.22
Ex.8p.23
Ex.5p.22
Test-Paper No.1
Wonders of Nature
Ex.2p.24
Talking about nature:
Ex.1p.24

1
13
2

Text: Wonders of Nature


Ex.2p.24

If/When
Simple
Present+Will Ex.7,8p.25
Moldovan Codrii
Ex.1p.27
Talking about Moldovan
Codrii.

Text; The Codrii


Ex.3p.26
Making up a list of trees
which grow in the Codrii.

23.10

Grammar

Using sentences with If/When+Simple Present+Will

Spoken Interaction
and Culture

2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress, Lesson 3


intonation and sense groups.
5. Ecological education.

Reading

3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen


by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.1. Writing a paragraph about a legendary person. The
information conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader. 4.2.
Talking a spelling test and correctly spelling the words from the
vocabulary, selected to focus on adjective endings and numerals.

Written Interaction

28.10

Grammar
Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations

04.11
06.11

Grammar
Spoken Interaction
Reading

Using used to
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 4
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe the students
homes. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.3. Using words (phrases, sentences) and simple forms to
describe flats and furniture.
2. Drawing and commenting on a plan or a simple scheme.
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted (the
words are listen below the paragraph).
Using used to
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress, Lesson 5
intonation and sense groups.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading)
3.5. Producing written message based on the text.

If/When+Simple
Present+Will
Ex.7,8p.27
Save Our Nature
Talking about environment
and nature protection:
Ex.1,4p.29
Ex.2p.28

Writing a paragraph on
nature protection:
Ex.8p.29
Writing a dictation.
Used to: Ex.6,7p.29
Sandys Flat
Talking about flats and
furniture:
Ex.1,2,3,6p.30-31

Ex.3p.30
Describing a room:
Ex.9p.31
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.8p.31
Used to
Expecting Guests
Talking about flats and
furniture: Ex.6,7,8p.33
Text: Expecting Guests:
Ex.2p.32 Making up a list
of pieces of furniture.

Grammar
11.11
13.11

18.11

Spoken Interaction

Using Simple Present, Present Progressive, Simple Past, Simple


Future.

2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress, Lesson 6


intonation and sense groups.
2.6. Maintaining a conversation food in Moldova, using
pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
3.2. Following simple instruction given in written form.
Written Interaction, 4.3. Using words (phrases, sentences) and simple forms to
Culture
and describe the students personal information in familiar contexts.
Integrated
Skill 4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
Combinations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted (the
words are listen below the paragraph). 3. Identifying and
explaining table manners in English-Speaking Countries.
8. Making a description of some table manners.
Grammar
Using Prepositions and Imperatives.
Listening
1.1. Listening to a short message on a familiar topic, containing Lesson 7
no unfamiliar words, to determine its style (formal/informal).
1.2. Understanding the general meaning of an easy, short, oral
message, presented in a simple and clear way.
Spoken Interaction 2.2.Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story, biography, dialogue,
informative text , etc) 2.6. Maintaining a conversation on the
students families, using pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating
topics, expressing agreement and disagreement.
Reading
.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
Written Interaction 4.3. Using words (phrases, sentences) and simple forms to
describe the students family members.
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted.

Simple Present, Present


Progressive, Simple Past,
Simple Future: Ex.9p.33
Meals
and
Table
Manners
Talking about food in
Moldova:
Ex.1,4p.34-35
Text: English Food and
Meals:
Ex.2p.34
Ex.7p.35

Writing a paragraph about


meals and table manners in
the students families:
Ex.8p.35
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.6p.35
Prepos. and Imperatives.
A United Family

Ex.6p.37
Ex.2p.36
Talking
about
relationships:
Ex.1,5p.36-37

family

Writing a paragraph about


the
students
family
members: Ex.9p.37 Filling
in the gaps: Ex.8p.37
6

Grammar

Using Adjectives ending in full and in less.

Spoken Interaction

2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress, Lesson 8


intonation and sense groups.

Written Interaction

4.1. Writing a paragraph on a familiar topic. The information


conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.

25.11

Culture
Evaluation

5.Ecological education
-Practical application of knowledge and skill acquired while
studying this unit.

27.11

Spoken Interaction

20.11

Reading

Written Interaction

02.12
04.12

Grammar
Spoken Interaction
Reading
Written Interaction
Grammar
Integrated
Skill
Combinations

UNIT III
2.6. Maintaining a conversation on the United Kingdom, using Lesson 1
pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted (the
words are listed below the paragraph).
Using Simple Past
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 2
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe the English
climate. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted.
Using the with geographical names.
3. Knowledge of weather forecast symbols and their use in
communicative situations. 10. Correctly writing and
pronouncing numbers in the course of study activities.

Adjectives ending in
full and in less.
Round Up
1.Talking about ecological
problems: Ex.1,2p.40
2.Talking about flats,
rooms and furniture:
Ex.7, 8p. 41
Project work
Making up a poster about
Moldova Ex.10p.41
Ex.1,2p.40
Test-Paper No.2
The United Kingdom
Talking about the British
Isles:Ex.1,6,7p.42-43
Text:
The
United
Kingdom:
Ex.3p.42

1
8
1

Filling in the gaps:


Ex.9p.43
Simple Past: Ex.8,9p.43
The English Climate
Talking about the English
climate:Ex.1,6p.44-45
Text:
The
English
Climate: Ex.2p.44
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.7p.45
The def. Article: Ex.8p.45
Ex.4,5p.45

09.12
11.12

Listening
Culture

and

Spoken Interaction
Reading

16.12
18.12

23.12

Grammar
Integrated
Skill
Combinations
Spoken Interaction
Reading
Grammar
Evaluation

1.1. Listening to a short message on a familiar topic, containing Lesson 3


no unfamiliar words, to determine its style (formal/informal).
1.4. Identifying the general meaning of an easy short text,
containing simple and familiar lexis.
1. Identifying and respecting the norms of verbal and non-verbal
communication while interacting orally and in written form.
2.2. Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story, biography, dialogue,
informative text, etc.)
3.5. Producing written messages based on the text.
Using Past Progressive.
1.1. Listening to and interpreting some songs for children.
2.6. Maintaining a conversation on the students families, using Lesson 4
pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
Using Past Progressive.
- Practical Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
studying this course of this term.

This is London
Ex.4p.47

Ex.2p.46
Make up a list of places
the man has visited:
Past Progress. Ex.6,7 p.47
Friends from the USA
Talking about the USA

Reading
Written Interaction

2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 5


relevant details in simple dialogues to describe the English
climate. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).

4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations


for a picnic from which some words have been omitted.
Grammar
Using Past Progressive.
Culture
and 7. Identifying and respecting some norms of communication
Comparison Area
with familiar people through telephone. 5. Comparing some
norms of communications with familiar people through
telephone.
Community Area
3.Identifying national currencies and some princes in Eng.-S . C.

Ex. 2,p.48
Past Progressive: Ex.9p.49
Winter term Test-Paper

Second term
Spoken Interaction

37
The United States of
America
Talking about the USA:
Ex.1,4,5,7p.50-51

Text: The United States


of America :Ex.2p.50
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.6p.51
Past Progressive: Ex.8p.51

Spoken Interaction

2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress, Lesson 6


intonation and sense groups.

Reading

3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).


3.4. Defining the meaning of unknown words from the context.
Using Simple Past and Past Progressive.
Using Articles.

Grammar

Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction

2.2.Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and Lesson 7


identifying its type (poem, story, biography, dialogue,
informative text , etc)
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe the English
climate. The dialogues are directed by the teacher. 2.4.
Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.1. Writing a paragraph on a familiar topic. The information
conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.

Grammar

Using Simple Past and Past Progressive

Spoken Interaction

2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress, Lesson 8


intonation and sense groups.

Written Interaction

4.1. Writing a paragraph on a familiar topic. The information


conveyed.

Evaluation

-Practical application of knowledge and skill acquired while


studying this unit.

Thanksgiving
Talking about holidays in
Moldova,Great Britain and
the USA : Ex.1,6p.52-53
Text: Thanksgiving
Ex.2p.52
Simple Past and Past
Progressive:
Ex.7p.53
Articles: Ex.8p.53
The
Adventure
Continues
Ex.1p.54
Talking about the students
visits to museums ,
galleries, zoos:
Ex.6,7p.55

Ex.1p.54
Writing a paragraph about
visit to a museum:
Ex.9p.55
Past Simple and Past
Progressive: Ex.8p.55
Round Up
1.Making up weather forecasts: Ex.3p.58
2.Talking about the UK
and
the
USA:
Ex.5,6,8p.58-59
Project Work:
Making up a poster about
the USA: Ex.9p.59
Test-Paper No.3

1
9

Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction

Grammar
Spoken Interaction
Reading
Grammar
Spoken Interaction

Reading
Grammar
Listening

2.2.Understanding the general meaning of an unknown text and


identifying its type (poem, story, biography, dialogue,
informative)
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe beautiful
buildings and places of Moldova. The dialogues are directed by
the teacher.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.4. Editing simple short functional texts.
4.6. Finding and correcting the mistakes, including spelling ,SV- agreement, tenses, degrees of comparison. Relative pronouns
and reported speech.
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted.(the
words are listed below the paragraph).
Using Prepositions about; through ; with.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe modern
inventions. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
Using Past Perfect
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.
2.6. Maintaining a conversation about TV, using pragmatics of
turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing agreement and
disagreement.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
Using Past Perfect
1.2. Understanding the general meaning of an easy, short, oral
message, presented in a simple and clear way.

UNIT IV
Lesson 1

Wonders of the Ancient


World

14
2

Ex.1p.60
Talking about beautiful
places of Moldova:
Ex.3p.61
Ex.1p.60
Correcting mistakes :
Ex.6p.61
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.5p.61

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Prepositions : Ex.5p.61
The Age of Inventions
Talking about inventions:
Ex.1,2p.62
Ex.3p.62
Past Perfect:Ex.7p.63
Television is Fun
Talking about TV:
Ex.1,7p.64-65

Ex.2p.64

Lesson 4

Past Perfect :Ex.8p.65


Computerland
Ex. 5, p. 67

2
10

Spoken Interaction

Reading

Written Interaction
Grammar

2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,


intonation and sense groups. 2.6. Maintaining a conversation
about computers, using pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating
topics, expressing agreement and disagreement.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.2. Talking a spelling test and correctly spelling the words
from the vocabulary, selected to focus on adjective endings and
numerals.
Using Modal Verbs `must`; `should`

Integrated
Skill
Combinations
Spoken Interaction

1. Identifying words, expressions, grammar structures similar to


the ones in the students mother-tongue.
2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the Lesson 5
teacher on a familiar topic (sport) at an appropriate level of
difficulty.

Reading
Grammar

3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).


Using Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns

Integrated
Skill
Combinations
Listening

5. Correctly writing and pronouncing the parts of a human body.

Spoken Interaction
and Culture

Reading
Grammar

1.4. Identifying the general meaning of an easy short text, Lesson 6


containing simple and familiar lexis.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe modern
inventions. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
6. Acquiring primary knowledge of some public institutions:
mayoralty, post office, shop.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
Using Possessive Pronouns

Talking about computers:


Ex.1,6,7p.66-67
Text: Computerland:
Ex.2p.66
Writing a dictation.
Modals `must`; `should`
Ex.8p.67
Ex.3p.66
The Olympic Games
Talking about the history
of
Olympic
Games:
Ex.1,5p.69
Ex.2p.68
Using Subject Pronouns
and Object Pronouns:
Ex.7,8p.69

Shall we Go Shopping?
Ex.5p.71
Talking about shopping:
Ex.1,2,6p.70-71

Ex.3p.70
Possessive
Ex.7p.71

Pronouns:
11

Spoken Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations
Reading

Written Interaction

Grammar
Spoken Interaction
Reading
Written Interaction
and Integrated Skill
Combinations
Evaluation
Spoken Interaction

2.6. Maintaining a conversation about after school activities, Lesson 7


using pragmatics of turn-taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
6. Oral commenting on some recreational activities
(gymnastics).
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
3.4. Defining the meaning of unknown words from the context.
4.1. Writing a paragraph on the students hobbies. The
information conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.
4.6. Finding and correcting the mistakes, including spelling, SV- agreement, tenses, and degrees of comparison, Relative
pronouns and reported speech.
Using Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 8
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe modern
inventions. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.1. Writing a paragraph on a familiar topic. The information
conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.
9. Drawing pictures and collages in the course of study activities
and briefly commenting on them.
-Practical application of knowledge and skill acquired while
studying this unit.
UNIT V
2.6. Maintaining a conversation on the advantages and Lesson 1
disadvantages of means of transport, using pragmatics of turntaking, nominating topics.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.

When Classes are Over


Talking about after school
activities:
Ex. 1,2,5,6,7p.72-73

Ex.3p.72

Writing a paragraph about


the students favourite
after school activities:
Ex.8p.73
Possessive Adjectives and
Possessive
Pronouns:
Ex.9p.73
Round Up
Ex.4p.77

Ex.1p.76
Project Work: Making up a
poster about a famous
Olympic
Champion:
Ex.6p.77
Test-Paper No.4
At the Railway Station
Talking about means of
transport, their advantages
and
disadvantages:
Ex.1,7p. 78-79

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Reading

3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).


3.5. Producing written messages based on the text.

Written Interaction

4.1. Writing a paragraph about advantages and disadvantages of


different means of transport. The information conveyed is
relevant and clear to the reader.
Using Simple Present and Simple Past.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 2
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe traveling by
plane. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
4.2. Talking a spelling test and correctly spelling the words
from the vocabulary, selected to focus on adjective endings and
numerals.
Using Reported Speech

Grammar
Spoken Interaction
Reading
Written Interaction
Grammar
Spoken Interaction,
Culture,
Comparison Area
and
Community
Area

2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 3


relevant details in simple dialogues about the students
neighborhood. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups. 4. Identifying and explaining some
common symbols in public places (street, public transport,
recreation areas). 2. Comparing some common symbols in public
places (street, public transport, recreation areas) in EnglishSpeaking Countries and Moldova. 5. Identifying some common
signs and symbols in public places (street, public transport,
recreation areas) in English-Speaking Countries.
Reading
and 3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
Comparison Area
4. Comparing the ways of giving instructions while following an
itinerary) in English-Speaking Countries and Moldova.
Written Interaction 4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted.(the
words are listed below the paragraph).
Grammar
Using Adverbs of Places

Text: At the Railway


Station: Ex.3p.78
Making up Lists of
advantages
and
disadvantages of traveling by
train: Ex.6p.79
Writing a paragraph about
different
means
of
transport: Ex. 8p.79
Simple Present and S. Past
Traveling by plane
Talking about traveling by
plane: Ex.1,6,7p.80-81
Ex.2p.80
Writing a dictation.
Reported
Speech:
Ex.8p.81
In the Street
Talking about the students
neighborhood:
Ex. 1,2,3p.82-83

Text: Marys
Tour: Ex.5p.83
Filling in
Ex.7p.83

the

Walking
gaps:

Adverbs of Place
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Spoken Interaction,
Comparison Area
and
Community
Area
Reading
Grammar

2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 4


relevant details in simple dialogues to describe safety rules. The
dialogues are directed by the teacher. 3. Comparing the norms of
behavior in the street (traffic rules) in English-Speaking
Countries and Moldova. 4. Knowledge and use of behavior rules
in the street.
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
3.5. Producing written messages based on the text.
Using Reported Speech.

Spoken Interaction

2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the Lesson 5


teacher on a familiar topic (at the post-office) at an appropriate
level of difficulty.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe means of
communication. The dialogues are directed by the teacher.
Reading
and 3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
Culture
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups. 6. Acquiring primary knowledge of some public
institutions: post office.
Written Interaction 4.1. Writing a paragraph on a familiar topic. The information
conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.
Grammar

Using Reported Speech

Listening

1.1. Listening to a short message about jobs, containing no Lesson 6


unfamiliar words, to determine its style (formal/informal).
1.4. Identifying the general meaning of an easy short text,
containing simple and familiar lexis.
2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the
teacher on a familiar topic (jobs).
3.3. Identifying the main ideas of the text (silent reading).
4.3. Using words (phrases, sentences) and simple forms to
describe the students personal information in familiar contexts.
4.5. Completing a fill-in the-gap paragraph about preparations
for a picnic from which some words have been omitted.(the
words are listed below the paragraph).

Spoken Interaction
Reading
Written Interaction

Play Safe and Stay Safe


Asking and talking about
safety rules:
Ex.1,4p.84
Ex.2p.84 Making up lists
of safety rules: Ex.3p.84
Reporting
Speech:
ex.8,9p.85
At the Post Office
Talking about means of
communication:
Ex.1,3,6p.86

Ex.4p.86

Writing a paragraph about


what students can do at the
post office: Ex.10p.87
Reported
Speech:
Ex.8p.87
Its a Great Job
Ex.7p.89

Talking about jobs:


Ex.1p.88
Ex.2p.88
Writing about jobs:
Ex.10p.89
Filling in the gaps:
Ex.9p.89
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Grammar
Spoken Interaction

Reading
Written Interaction

Using Prepositions.
2.1. Providing oral responses to a spoken prompt from the Lesson 7
teacher on a familiar topic (clothes) at an appropriate level of
difficulty.
2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues to describe clothes.
3.1. Reading aloud a short fragment of an unknown text (chosen
by the teacher) with appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and
sense groups.
4.1. Writing a paragraph on a familiar topic. The information
conveyed is relevant and clear to the reader.

Grammar

Using Simple Future.

Spoken Interaction

2.3. Employing everyday conversational formulas and giving Lesson 8


relevant details in simple dialogues and short texts to describe
the students preferences. The dialogues are directed by the
teacher.
2.4. Producing a simple message with appropriate fluency, stress,
intonation and sense groups.
11. Listening to and interpreting some songs for children.

Integrated
Skill
Combinations
Final Evaluation

Practical application of knowledge and skill acquired while in


the course of this academic year.

Prepositions: Ex.9p.89
Summer Clothes
Talking about clothes:
Ex.1,8p.90-91

Ex.3p.90
Writing
about
future
actions:
Ex.10p.91
Simple Future: Ex. 9, 10,
p. 91
Round Up
Talking about traveling:
Ex.1p.94
Talking about the students
neighborhood:
Ex.2p.94

Final Test Paper

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