This course is designed for students who have been learning English for a year or more. At this stage in their learning, students are moving beyond naming common objects, everyday actions, and the world of their immediate environment.
Sample ‘can do’ statements
- I can follow clues about a person and say what their life must be like.
- I can describe what I am sensing.
- I can describe someone’s personality using suitable adjectives.
- I can ask and answer questions about other countries.
- I can use natural phrases to make and respond to suggestions.
- I can talk about habits and activities from my early life.
Why choose this course?
This course continues to develop fluency and confidence with lively games and activities to inspire students in their studies. Learners will practise a variety of tenses, talking about both their past experiences and their plans for the future, giving and justifying opinions, and using natural phrases.
Learning activities include:
- Board Races
- Mingles and quizzes
- Role Plays
- Board Games
- Matching Activities
CORE WORKBOOK LESSONS
- Getting to Know You
- My Things, Your Things
- Childhood Memories
- Been there, Done There
- Excuses, Excuses
- The Five Senses
- Making Resolutions
- English-Speaking Countries Quiz
- Decisions, Decisions
- Channel Hopping
GENERAL ENGLISH COURSES – WEEKLY PROGRAMMES OF STUDY
|Lesson 1||Icebreaking Activities||My Things, Your Things||Excuses, Excuses||English-Speaking Countries Quiz||
End of course games
|Lesson 2||Getting to Know You||Childhood Memories||The Five Senses||Decisions, Decisions|
|Lesson 3||Personality||Been There, Done That!||Making Resolutions||Channel Hopping|
|Lesson 4||Tailored lessons||Project completion|
|Lesson 5||Project groups and topic choices||Initial project preparation||Ongoing work on projects||Ongoing work on projects||Afternoon show performance or preparation for evening performance|
|Lesson 6||Preparation and rehearsals for end of course show or presentation|