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American English in Mind Combo Level 2A:


mapping to the Common European Framework (A2/B1)

UNIT 1
SKILL Listening Reading COMPETENCE can understand and extract the essential information from short recorded passages A2 can find specific, predictable information in simple everyday material A2 can understand descriptions of events, feelings and wishes can understand the main points in short newspaper articles can understand short, simple essays on topics of interest Speaking can express beliefs, views, and opinions in discussing topics of interest can order a meal A2 can express likes and dislikes A2 can give or seek personal views and opinions in an informal discussion with friends Writing can write short, simple essays on topics of interest can convey information and ideas on abstract as well as concrete topics and ask about and explain problems Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1. 1b, 1c 4a, 4b, 12c 10b, 10c 12b 1a, 1e 6 10a 12 12d 10 6 SB EXERCISE WB EXERCISE 9b 1

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UNIT 2
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation can follow many films in which visuals and action carry much of the storyline Reading can find specific, predictable information in simple everyday material A2 can find relevant facts and information in short texts can understand short, simple essays on topics of interest can understand the main points in short newspaper articles Speaking can give straightforward descriptions on a variety of familiar subjects can give advice can use simple, everyday phrases can start, maintain and close a simple face-to-face conversation on familiar topics can give or seek personal views and opinions in an informal discussion with friends Writing can write accounts of experiences, describe feelings and reactions can convey information and ideas on abstract as well as concrete topics and ask about and explain problems Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1. 1a, 12b 5 10b 11 14b, 14c 13c 8 5 SB EXERCISE 5 12c 1b, 1c 4, 9a, 9b, 13b 13a 7a, 7b, 7c 1 7c WB EXERCISE

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UNIT 3
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation can understand a short narrative and form hypotheses about what will happen next can understand the main points of recorded materials on familiar subjects Reading can find relevant facts and information in short texts can understand the main points in short newspaper articles can extrapolate the meaning of occasional unknown words from the context can understand descriptions of events, feelings and wishes Speaking can ask and answer questions about pastimes and past activities A2 can obtain more detailed information can give or seek personal views and opinions in an informal discussion with friends can give straightforward descriptions on a variety of familiar subjects can express likes and dislikes A2 Writing can link a series of discrete simple items into a connected linear s equence of points can write a description of an event real or imagined Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1. 1c, 1d, 7a, 7b, 9c, 11a 9b 9d 11b 4 4 7c, 10 7c 9a 6f 11d 4b SB EXERCISE 4 5b, 5c 9 1b 8b, 6 WB EXERCISE

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UNIT 4
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can understand and extract essential information from short recorded passages A2 can catch the main points in TV and radio programmes on familiar topics can follow many films in which visuals and action carry much of the storyline can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation Reading can understand the main points in short newspaper articles can find relevant facts and information in short texts can understand descriptions of events, feelings and wishes can find and understand information in everyday material Speaking can give straightforward descriptions on a variety of familiar subjects can compare people A2 can use simple, everyday phrases can start, maintain and close a simple face-to-face conversation on familiar topics can express and respond to feelings such as surprise, happiness, sadness, interest and indifference can ask and answer questions about what they do at work and in free time A2 Writing can write a description of an event real or imagined can link a series of discrete simple items into a connected linear sequence of points Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1. 1e, 14d 8a 10b 11 11 14c 13c 11 7 SB EXERCISE 1b 1c, 1d 12b 14c 5a 5b, 9a, 9b, 13a 13b 9b WB EXERCISE 10

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UNIT 5
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation can understand the main points of recorded materials on familiar subjects can catch the main points in TV and radio programmes on familiar topics can understand and extract essential information from short recorded passages A2 Reading can understand the main points in short newspaper articles can find relevant facts and information in short texts can extrapolate the meaning of occasional unknown words from the context can find and understand information in everyday material Speaking can give or seek personal views and opinions in an informal discussion with friends can make his/her opinions and reactions clear as regards finding solutions to problems or practical questions can express beliefs, views, and opinions in discussing topics of interest can agree and disagree politely can explain and give reasons for his/her plans, intentions and actions Writing can convey information and ideas on abstract as well as concrete topics and ask about and explain problems 1c 3c, 3d, 9 6a, 6b 6a, 6b 7d 11c 9c 1a, 11a 1b 2a 9a, 9b 1 SB EXERCISE 7d 8a, 8b, 8c 8d 8 WB EXERCISE

Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1.

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UNIT 6
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can understand the main points of recorded materials on familiar subjects can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation can understand and extract essential information from short recorded passages A2 can follow many films in which visuals and action carry much of the storyline Reading can find and understand information in everyday material can find relevant facts and information in short texts can understand short, simple personal letters A2 Speaking can enter unprepared into conversation on familiar topics can repeat back part of what someone has said to confirm mutual understanding can use simple, everyday phrases can start, maintain and close a simple face-to-face conversation on familiar topics can give advice can express beliefs, views, and opinions in discussing topics of interest Writing can write a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like and, but and because A2 can write personal letters describing experiences, feelings and events in some detail can write personal correspondence Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1. SB EXERCISE 1b, 6b 4a 8 13e 5a, 5b 10a, 10b 14a 4a, 4c 4b 11b 12 12 13a, 13c, 13d 9b 14c 10 7 WB EXERCISE 9a, 9b

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UNIT 7
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can understand a short narrative and form hypotheses about what will happen next can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation Reading can understand the main points in short newspaper articles can find relevant facts and information in short texts can find and understand information in everyday material can extrapolate the meaning of occasional unknown words from the context can understand personal correspondence Speaking can give short, basic descriptions of events and activities A2 can express beliefs, views, and opinions in discussing topics of interest can enter unprepared into conversation on familiar topics can give or seek personal views and opinions in an informal discussion with friends Writing can write a description of an event real or imagined can write personal correspondence Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1. 1c 4c, 7a 5e 8 9c 9 SB EXERCISE 3b 5e 1a, 9a, 9b 1b, 5a 7a 7c 8a, 8b 1, 8c WB EXERCISE

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UNIT 8
SKILL Listening COMPETENCE can follow clearly articulated speech directed at him/her in everyday conversation can follow many films in which visuals and action carry much of the storyline Reading can understand the main points in short newspaper articles can find relevant facts and information in short texts can understand personal correspondence Speaking can express beliefs, views, and opinions in discussing topics of interest can enter unprepared into conversation on familiar topics can use simple, everyday phrases can start, maintain and close a simple face-to-face conversation on familiar topics Writing can write personal correspondence SB EXERCISE 4a 10 1a 1b, 1c, 7a, 7b 11a 1d, 12c 4a 8b 9 11b 6 8 WB EXERCISE

Key SB EXERCISE = Students Book exercise number WB EXERCISE = Workbook exercise number A2 = These descriptors refer to A2 while all others refer to B1.

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