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CENTRO EDUCACIONAL CHARLES DARWIN
CENTRO EDUCACIONAL CHARLES DARWIN

CENTRO EDUCACIONAL CHARLES DARWIN

ENSINO FUNDAMENTAL

2015

DIRETRIZES CURRICULARES 1º ao 5º ANO

OBJETIVOS GERAIS

INGLÊS

Desenvolver as habilidades de compreensão auditiva, expressão oral, compreensão textual e escrita, com ênfase na compreensão auditiva e oral nos anos iniciais;

Propiciar o desenvolvimento mental, moral, físico e social, de estruturação da identidade pessoal e coletiva;

Ampliar as habilidades linguísticas a partir da sistemática sobre os recursos disponíveis na língua e os efeitos na comunicação;

Valorizar a aprendizagem do ponto de vista sócio interacional, reconhecendo na produção linguística um contexto histórico cultural;

Integrar o estudo da língua inglesa a outras disciplinas, desenvolvendo em conjunto as habilidades linguísticas na construção de algo concreto.

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CENTRO EDUCACIONAL CHARLES DARWIN

EIXO TEMÁTICO:

COMPETÊNCIA COMUNICATIVA

 

BLOCOS TEMÁTICOS

AUDIÇÃO

ORALIDADE

LEITURA/ESCRITA

Reconhecer comandos.

Sistematizar, treinar e fixar a pronúncia do vocabulário e de novas estruturas apresentadas Expressar idéias e opiniões respeitando entonação, ritmo, expressividade e melodia, considerando a pontuação.

Vivenciar através de comandos, pequenos textos e diálogos, diversas situações cotidianas, instrumentalizando desta forma a prática oral

Identificar a tarefa a ser executada.

Associar o que ouve ao que vê ou lê.

Contextualizar tarefas.

Fazer correspondência dos segmentos falados com os segmentos escritos

 

Consolidar comandos

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CENTRO EDUCACIONAL CHARLES DARWIN

QUADRO CONCEITUAL

COMPETÊNCIAS GERAIS A SEREM DESENVOLVIDAS NO ENSINO FUNDAMENTAL

DESENVOLVIMENTO DO EIXO TEMÁTICO

No

que

se

refere

à

coerência:

narrar

fatos

concretos

com

clareza

e

coerência,

considerando a temporalidade;

No que se refere à coesão: oportunidade de aprender a língua inglesa, por meio de atividades lúdicas e interativas, buscando assim despertar o desejo e a curiosidade para aprender, bem como motivar a construção de um novo conhecimento.

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DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS INGLÊS

1º ANO

1º PERÍODO

 

2º PERÍODO

3º PERÍODO

Hello, Mr Fixit!

The toy cupboard

At the park

Hello. Good bye. Bye.

Where’s my…?

I can / I can’t…

What’s your name? I’m

It’s here. / It isn’t here.

Can you …? Yes / No

My favorite colour”s

Put the …. away!

He / she can …

What colour is

?

It’s

My turn / your turn

How old is he / she?

How many

?

It’s made of …

 

New clothes

The school show

Puppets

I’m wearing…

How old are you? I’m

It’s got …

What have you got?

Who’s this? This is my …

Where’s the …?

What’s the weather like?

Well done!

What colour… have you got?

It’s…

The picnic

At the farm

House and home

I’ve got

I like…

Where’s …?

Please

I don’t like…

He’s / She’s in the …

Thank you/ Thanks

 

Let’s…

What colour is …?

Pass me…

Can I help?

Here you are!

 

My favorite!

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DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS INGLÊS

2º ANO

 

1º PERÍODO

2º PERÍODO

3º PERÍODO

New friends

At the wildlife park

At the fair

What day is today?

It can … / It can’t …

Are you

?

Who’s that? That’s…

Can it …? / Yes / No

Yes / No, I’m …

She’s my (sister)

Can you guess…?

I feel…

He’s my (brother)

(walk) like a (penguin).

What’s the matter?

How old is he / she?

What can you hear?

He’s / She’s (8)

At the shop

Can I have …please?

At home

The treehouse

Yes, here you are.

What are you doing?

Is he / she / it in / on / under the table?

No, sorry.

I’m …ing.

Plural nouns.

I’m / He’s / She’s busy.

He’s / she’s It’s in / on / under the…

How much…?

Go away.

Can she / he buy…?

It’s raining.

 

How much water?

Come and play!

Lunchtime

I / You need…

He’s / she’s got a …

Do you like…?

 

What’s your favorite…?

At the pool

Do you want…?

What’s he / she doing?

He’s / she’s … ing.

Look at me.

Over there.

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DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS INGLÊS

3º ANO

1º PERÍODO

   

2º PERÍODO

 

3º PERÍODO

Starter Unit!

Has got

Present simple

When is your birthday?

It’s on the (twenty-third of October).

Has he got a (guinea pig)?

Has she got a (lizard)?

Do you play (chess)?

He / She hasn’t got

 

Do you do (judo)?

What’s your phone number?

What’s your surname?

What’s your name?

He / she ‘s got

Like

Do you like (guinea pigs)?

I like / dont’t like (snails).

I play (tennis).

I don’t do judo.

Is there a (tennis) class on Monday?

How old are you?

 

There’s (football) on Monday.

I’m

Like

He likes / dosen’t like

 

Present simple

Prepositions

Does he / she like

?

What time does he (have breakfast)?

What time does he (leave work)

He has / leaves / gets / goes

Behind, in front of, next to, in, on, under

Is/are

How much is (flour)

It’s

How much are (strawberries)?

The (glasses) are next to the (bag).

Prepositions

He works in (Middleton).

Opposite

 

He doesn’t work in (Middleton).

Where are my

?

They’re

There is / are

Do you get up at (eight o’clock)?

They aren’t

There’s a (slide).

 

Are they ?

There are (eight swings).

No, I get up at (seven o’clock).

It’s

The (cat’s) in the (bag).

Is there a

Are there any

Where’s the (shopping centre)

?

?

Past simple (was / were)

I was a magician.

I’ve got (sweets and a magazine).

It’s (next to) the (park).

Were you at the carnival?

Was it good?

Possessive adjectives

It was brilliant!

His / her

I wasn’t at the park.

What colour’s his jacket?

Present continuous

What colour are her shoes?

What is the queen doing?

This / these/ possessive ‘s

She’s singing.

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 Present continouos with wearing.  Have got  Have you got a (torch)? 
Present continouos with
wearing.
 Have got
 Have you got a (torch)?
 Have you got any (brothers)?
 I haven’t got a / any
 Is /are, prespositions
 Is the (comb) on the (bed)?
 No, it’s on the chair.
 Are the (pyjamas) under the
(table)?
 No, they’re on the (bed)

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DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS INGLÊS

4º ANO

 

1º PERÍODO

 

2º PERÍODO

3º PERÍODO

Starter Unit: Personal information questions

School

Farming

 

What’s his / her name?

Poster, P.E., Science, Spanish, History, English, classroom, Music, Maths, Geography, Art.

Grass, water, goat, weeds, peppers, tomatoes, onions, strawberries, cauliflower, milk, beans, potatoes.

How old is he / she?

When’s his / her birthday?

What’s his / her phone number?

Past time (was/ wasn’t/ were / weren’t)

Some, any.

Outdoor activities

Using speech marks.

 

Play tennis, fish, waterski, sail, row, swim, climb, play, ride and seek,

All of, most of, some of, two of.

 

Sea life

Animals

rollerblade, play football, play basketball, skateboard

Water, shark, dolphin, boat, octopus, jellyfish, fish, crab, starfish, shell, seahorse,

Spider, elephant, kangaroo, polar bear, panda, camel, tortoise, awan, bee, frog,

 

Present simple (want to + verb), let’s +verb.

sand.

hippo, mouse.

 

Past simple (irregular verbs)

Comparatives and superlatives.

 

Adverbs of frequency

Useful language for giving information

Questions words and phrases

Jobs

Eletrical items

Teacher, dancer, astronaut, artisti, scientist, policeman, pilot, doctor, actor, pirate, footballer, firefighter.

Tv, radio, laptop, mouse, screen, keyboard, computer, camera, memory stick, text message, mobile phone.

Road safety

Traffic lights, car, sign, stop, bike, zebra

 

Present simple (for daily routines)

Past simple (regular verbs).

crossing, road, helmet, go left, go right.

Like / don’t like + ing

Time phases

must / mustn’t

Health

can (for permission)

An earache, a stomach ache, a cough, a cold, a toothache, a sore throat, a headache, sick, dizzy, I’ve got…, I feel…

capital letters and punctuation

Should / shouldn’t

Object pronouns ( me, you, us, them, him, her)

Using punctuation (capital letter, comma, full stop)

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DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS INGLÊS

5º ANO

1º PERÍODO

2º PERÍODO

3º PERÍODO

Starter Unit: My family

My day

Past times

A gentle reminder of two topics that were • introduced in Grammar Friends 2:comparative adjectives and the past simple of be.

Reminder of formation and use of the past simple of • be (affirmative and negative, including short forms). Comparative adjectives: smaller, louder, quieter, • faster, slower, older, younger, taller, shorter.

Review of the present simple and presentation of • the present simple of have.

There was, there were.

Past time expressions: last, yesterday, on.

Daily routine verbs: get up, get dressed, walk, brush my teeth, go to school, have dinner, play outside.

Free time

Places and objects in town: tree, cars, buses, park, • bus stop, museum, computer, train station, tram, cinema, post office.

Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never.

Family memories

 

The past simple of be.

My friends

Position of adverbs of frequency in a sentence is • explained at the start of the unit. Pupils should be reminded that the adverb goes before most verbs but after be.

Time expressions: in, on, at.

The past simple of have (affirmative, negative and negative short forms).

Introduction of the present simple of • be

Connectors: and and but.

Adjectives: long, handsome, clever, friendly, pretty, red, fair, dark, black, brown, short, happy, cheerful, young, hungry, sunny, shy, kind, generous, mean, miserable, old, relaxed.

(affirmative and negative, including short forms).

Expansion of ‘Where are you from?’ to ‘Where is he/• she from?’ and corresponding short answers.

Going shopping

Question words: where, when, why, what, who, • which, how old?

Countable and uncountable nouns.

 

Countries: Australia, the UK, Egypt, Spain, the USA, • Brazil, Russia, Thailand, Canada, Scotland.

Nouns: cat, orange, rice, fruit, asparagus, water, • coffee, melon, ice cream, date, bread, banana, fruit, lemon, apple, aubergine, glass of water, broccoli, grape, raisin, spinach, milk, orange juice, lemonade.

Party time

Regular past simple verbs (affirmative, negative and • negative short forms); ago.

   

Past simple verbs: waited, lived, watched,

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My hobbies

Comparisons

loved, • cooked, started, finished, listened, hated, worked, played, laughed, wanted, washed, started.

The present simple: like + -ing (affirmative, negative, • and negative short form).

Comparative and superlative adjectives.

Formation of regular comparative adjectives.

Exercise 1 concentrates on formation of ‘like + -ing’ • sentences, and exercise 2 builds on this knowledge, to incorporate complete sentence formation, with reduced prompting.

Use of ‘than’ with comparative adjectives and

School time

‘the

in

the world’ with superlative

adjectives.

The past simple: questions and short answers.

 

What , when and where.

Hobbies: playing computer games, reading • newspapers, going to the cinema, playing chess, fishing, climbing trees, playing tennis, horse riding, skateboarding, playing the piano, drawing, playing volleyball, reading, swimming, cooking, surfing.

Play time

Must• and mustn’t.

Imperative and negative imperative.

Imperative forms: stay, play, come, stay, listen, wait, go.

Holiday time

Going to• (affirmative, affirmative short form, questions and short answers).

 

Future time expressions: next, this, tomorrow, later, soon.

Our things

Extension of • can from ability to also include permission and requests.

Extensive practice of using ‘can’ for forming requests or requests for permission.

Introduction of possessive adjectives and practice • of our, your and their.

Verbs in the base form: use, play, ride, turn on, buy, • turn off, pass, go, go out, have, turn up, turn down, take, borrow, listen to, open, wash, sit, give, help.

At the seaside

Spelling rules -ing form.

Explanation and practice of the present continuous • (affirmative and short forms, negative and short forms), form and use. It may help pupils to be reminded of vowels and consonants before they begin the exercises.

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 Verbs: helping, playing, writing, snorkelling, swimming, carrying, reading, playing, drawing, liking, putting,
Verbs: helping, playing, writing, snorkelling,
swimming, carrying, reading, playing,
drawing, liking, putting, making, studying,
talking, staying, windsurfing, combing,
reading, skateboarding, listening.
A visit to the zoo
 The present continuous (questions and short
answers).
 Make sure your pupils do not forget to
include • question marks at the end of all
question sentences, and full-stops at the end
of all short answers in this unit.
 Animals: lion, monkey, parrot, kangaroo,
zebra, chimpanzee, snake, penguin, mouse,
crocodile, spider, lizard.

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DISTRIBUIÇÃO DOS CONTEÚDOS INGLÊS

Educação Infantil III

 

1º PERÍODO

2º PERÍODO

 

3º PERÍODO

Friends

Toys

Animals

Sun and rain

Clothes

Body

Festivals

Festivals

Cookie goes swimming

Birthday

Father’s Day

Festivals

Mother’s Day

Holidays

Christmas

Easter

 

Educação Infantil VI

 

1º PERÍODO

2º PERÍODO

 

3º PERÍODO

Hello

Toys

Clothes, numbers, toys

Colors, numbers

Body, numbers. Toys.

Pet

Festivals

Festivals

Food

Birthday

Father’s Day

Festivals

Mother’s Day

Holidays

 

Christmas

Easter

 

Educação Infantil V

1º PERÍODO

2º PERÍODO

3º PERÍODO

Hello again!

Face

Jungle animals

Family

Weather

Picnic

Noisy toys

Festivals

Festivals

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Festivals

Father’s Day

Christmas

Birthday

Holidays

 

Mother’s Day

Easter

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