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JAGUARS TERM 3 SYLLABUS

Below you will find the core language items and skills that need to be covered this term. The
coursebook page numbers provided may help you in your planning. These core items are compulsory,
but the materials mentioned are optional. Please submit any presentable samples of students' work
(posters, art, writing) to the YL Senior Teacher or YL Coordinator.
The portfolios/folders are essential in recording the learners progress and communicating it to their
parents. Your feedback should integrate evidence from the portfolio: homework log, self-assessment
forms, and work samples.
WEEK/LESSON 1

RESOURCES

Admin:
1. give out homework logs, self-assessment sheets,
2. give out folders to students marked as "N" (New) in your registers
3. explain how to use the folders
4. provide fire-drill training
5. give out the reader and get SS to write their names in ink both on the reader
and the coursebook (they will be losing them all the time)

Homework logs
Self-assessment
sheets
Readers
Folders

Vocabulary: Health problems, traumas and injuries. Phrasal verbs.


Skills: Listening, reading and speaking. Dictionary skills.
*Half-baked idea: Casualty role-play. Tools: hospital forms.

Student's Book
pp. 68-69

Self assessment:
I can understand someone talking about their health problem.
I can describe my health problem.
WEEK/LESSON 2

RESOURCES

Vocabulary: Review past lessons, using "say" and "tell".


Grammar: Reported speech
Skills: Listening, reading, and speaking

Student's Book
pp. 70-71

Self assessment:
I can report what other people said.
WEEK/LESSON 3

Vocabulary: Fires, from the text


Grammar: Review past lessons
Skills: Reading, listening, speaking and writing simple instructions
*Half-baked idea: Students create a poster with instructions and
simple illustrations. Tools: poster paper, pencils.
Self assessment:
I can understand a text about firefighters and fires.
I can give or write what to do in case of fire.
I can make an emergency phone call.

RESOURCES
Student's Book
pp. 72-73

WEEK/LESSON 4

Vocabulary: Review past lessons, from text.


Grammar: Review past lessons.
Skills: Reading, speaking, and writing

RESOURCES
Student's Book
pp. 44-45

*Half-baked idea: students write a report (based on visual input, e.g. photograph)
about a horrible accident or heroic rescue, accompanied by a dramatic illustration
(no gore).
Self assessment:
I can understand a newspaper report about an accident.
I can write a report about an accident.
WEEK/LESSON 5

Vocabulary: Food and healthy eating, Phrasal verbs.


Skills: Reading, listening, and speaking. Dictionary skills.
*Half-baked idea: students create and conduct a survey on food
likes/dislikes, rate items as healthy or unhealthy. Tools: worksheet
with prompts and examples.

RESOURCES
Student's Book
pp. 76-77

Self assessment:
I can say what food I like and don't like.
WEEK/LESSON 6

Vocabulary: Food and Cooking


Grammar: First Conditional
Skills: Reading, listening and speaking

RESOURCES
Student's Book
pp. 78-79

Self assessment:
I can tell someone what will happen if they do/eat an unhealthy thing.
WEEK/LESSON 7

Vocabulary: Healthy eating


Grammar: Review past lessons, Expressions of Qauntities
(suggested)

RESOURCES
Student's Book
pp. 80-81

Skills: Reading, listening, and speaking. Dictionary skills.


*Half-baked idea: Students create their own posters. Their text should focus on
suggestions (e.g. First conditional).
Self-assessment (optional):
I can understand a text about healthy eating.
I can give tips on healthy eating.
WEEK/LESSON 8
Review:
Student conduct a peer test on grammar and vocabulary covered. This may be

RESOURCES
Portfolio
Reader

followed by a brief assessment and peer check based on an answer key.


Reader:
(Selectively) check if YLs have completed all reader tasks and projects.
Conduct and finalise any unfinished reader projects and activities.
Portfolio:
Check if the homework has been signed off.
Check if all the portoflio tasks and projects have been completed and filed.
Review the self-assessment sheets.
Conduct all other relevant revision, project, and presentation tasks and activities.