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Specific Competence Indicators (SCI) and


Sub Competences (SC) Nr. Content Hours Date Notes
SCI SC
Term 1 32
Unit I 11
Lesson 1 English in Our Life 2
Listening 1.3.Listening to the speakers
instructions to perform simple
classroom tasks and following them
appropriately.
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a 1.Talking about the
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a importance of English:
familiar topic at an appropriate level Ex.1,5p.6-7
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 2.Talking about pen-friends:
appropriate fluency, stress, intonation Ex.7,8
and sense groups.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2,6p.6-7
text (silent reading).
Written 4.3.Using words (phrases, sentences) Writing a letter to a pen-
Interaction, and simple forms to describe the friend:
Culture and students personal information in Ex.9p.7
Comparison letters to their pen-friends.
Area 1.Identifying and respecting the
norms of verbal and non-verbal
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, Prepositions from, in,
to. of, to.
Integrated Skill 1.Identifying words, expressions, Ex.4p.7
Combinations grammar structures similar to the
ones in the students mother-tongue.
Lesson 2 Legendary Past 1
Spoken 2.2.Understanding the general Talking about past events:
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and Ex.2p.8
identifying its type.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.7p.9
text (silent reading).
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph about a Writing about a legendary
Interaction legendary person. The information person:
conveyed is relevant and clear to the Ex.9p.9
reader.
4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
paragraph about King Alfred from Ex.5p.9
which some words have been omitted
(the words are listed below the
paragraph).
Grammar Using irregular verbs in Simple Past Simple past, irregular verbs.
and articles. Articles: Ex.5p.9
Culture 8.Knowledge of famous people of Ex.1,2,5p.8-9
the target language community.
Lesson 3 A Life Devoted to People 1
Listening 1.4.Identifying the general meaning Ex.5p.11
of an easy short text, containing
simple and familiar lexis.
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about famous
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a people:
familiar topic (famous people) at an Ex.1,3p.10-11
appropriate level of difficulty.
2.5.Synchronistically translating into
the students native language a
paragraph on a familiar topic.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2,4p.10-11
text (silent reading).
3.4.Defining the meaning of
unknown words from the context.
Grammar Using Relative Pronouns whose, Relative Pronouns whose,
who, that. who, that.
Lesson 4 A Song of Seasons 2
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about seasons:
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a Ex.1,2,4p.12-13
familiar topic (seasons) 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: The Grasshopper and
Culture text (silent reading). the Ant:
3.4.Defining the meaning of Ex.5p.13
unknown words from the context.
2.Knowledge of simple literary texts
- fairy tales, rhymes, poems - which
belong to the culture of English-
Speaking countries (characters,
actions, attitudes, feelings, places).
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph about one of Describing seasons of the
Interaction and the seasons of the year. The year:
Integrated Skill information conveyed is relevant and Ex.3,8p.12-13
Combinations clear to the reader.
7.Making a description of a season.
Grammar Using Simple past. Simple Past and
Using Prepositions at, for, into, Prepositions at, for, into,
till. till.
Culture 9.Memorizing and presenting Poem: A Song of Seasons:
rhymes, short poems and simple p.12
dialogues which belong to the target
language community.
Initial - Testing the knowledge and skills Diagnostic Test-Paper 1
Evaluation acquired in the course of the
previous year.
Lesson 5 In the Country 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about life in the
Interaction and conversational formulas and giving country:
Community relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.3,7p.14-15
Area to describe country life in Moldova.
2.6.Maintaining a conversation about
country life in 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.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Country Life Is Never
text (silent reading). Boring:
3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.4p.14
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.3.Using words (phrases, sentences) Writing about grandparents
Interaction and simple forms to describe the farm:
students personal information their Ex.10
grandparents farm.
Grammar Using have to, can, must. Modals.
Lesson 6 At My Grandparents 1
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general Ex.8p.14
meaning of an easy, short, oral
message, presented in a simple and
clear way.
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about grandparents
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a house:
familiar topic (grandparents houses) Ex.1,7p.16-17
at an appropriate level of difficulty.
2.3.Employing everyday
conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues
to describe a country house. The
dialogues are directed by the teacher.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: My Grandparents
text (silent reading). Cellar: Ex.2p.16
Written 4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
Interaction paragraph about preparations for a Ex.9p.17
picnic from which some words have
been omitted (the words are listed
below the paragraph).
Grammar Using Countable and Uncountable Countable and Uncountable
nouns. Nouns.
Lesson 7 Granny, Dear Granny 1
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Asking for and giving
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a personal information: talking
familiar topic at an appropriate level about the students
of difficulty. grandparents:
2.6.Maintaining a conversation about Ex.1,3,6p.18-19
the students grandparents, using
pragmatics of turn-taking,
nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
2.2.Understanding the general Ex.2p.18
meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type.
Reading 3.5.Producing written messages Making notes:
based on the text. Ex.4p.18
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Writing an ending to a fairy
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is tale:
relevant and clear to the reader. Ex.8p.19
Grammar Using Comparisons as...as..., not Comparisons as...as..., not
as...as. as...as.
Lesson 8 Reading Together 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about Francis Drake:
Interaction conversational formulas and giving Ex.7p.21
relevant details in simple dialogues
to talk about Francis Drake.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: A Page from British
text (silent reading). History:
3.4.Defining the meaning of Ex.2p.20
unknown words from the context.
Lesson 9 Round Up 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday 1.Talking about the role pf
Interaction conversational formulas and giving English in the students life:
relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.1p.22
and short texts to describe the 2.Talking about the students
students preferences. The dialogues favourite seasons:
are directed by the teacher. Ex.5p.22
2.4.Producing a simple message with 3.Talking about the students
appropriate fluency, stress, intonation visit to their grandparents:
and sense groups. Ex.6p.22
Reading 3.2.Following simple instructions
given in written form.
3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.8p.23
text (silent reading).
Integrated Skill 7.Making a description of a season. Ex.5p.22
Combinations 10.Correctly writing and Ex.10p.23
pronouncing numbers in the course
of study activities.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge Test-Paper n1 1
and skills acquired while studying
this unit.
Unit II 12
Lesson 1 Wonders of Nature 2
Spoken 2.2.Understanding the general Ex.2p.24
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story,
biography, dialogue, informative
text, etc.).
2.6.Maintaining a conversation about Talking about nature:
nature, using pragmatics of turn- Ex.1p.24
taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading and 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Text: Wonders of Nature:
Integrated Skill of an unknown text (chosen by the Ex.2p.24
Combinations teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and 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 If / When +Simple Present +
+Simple Present + Will. Will: Ex.7,8p.25
Lesson 2 Moldovan Codrii 1
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Ex.1p.27
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a
familiar topic at an appropriate level
of difficulty.
2.6.Maintaining a conversation on Talking about Moldovan
Moldovan Codrii, using pragmatics Codrii.
of turn-taking, nominating topics,
expressing agreement and
disagreement.
Reading and 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Text: The Codrii:
Integrated Skill of an unknown text (chosen by the Ex.3p.26
Combinations teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and 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 messages Making up a list of trees
based on the text. which grow in the Codrii.
Grammar Using sentences with If / When If / When +Simple Present +
+Simple Present + Will. Will: Ex.7,8p.27
Lesson 3 Save Our Nature 2
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with Talking about environment
Interaction and appropriate fluency, stress, intonation and nature protection:
Culture and sense groups. Ex.1,4p.29
5.Ecological education.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.2p.28:
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on nature Writing a paragraph on
Interaction protection. The information nature protection:
conveyed is relevant and clear to the Ex.8p.29
reader.
4.2.Taking a spelling test and Writing a dictation.
correctly spelling the words from the
vocabulary, selected to focus on
adjective endings and numerals.
Grammar Using used to. Used to: Ex.6,7p.29
Lesson 4 Sandys Flat 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about flats and
Interaction conversational formulas and giving furniture:
relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.1,2,3,6p.30-31
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.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.3p.30
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.3.Using words (phrases, sentences) Describing a room:
Interaction and and simple forms to describe flats Ex. 9p.31
Integrated Skill and furniture.
Combinations 2.Drawing and commenting on a
plan or a simple scheme.

4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:


paragraph on rooms, flats and Ex.8p.31
furniture from which some words
have been omitted (the words are
listed below the paragraph).
Grammar Using used to. Used to
Lesson 5 Expecting Guests 1
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with Talking about flats and
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation furniture:
and sense groups. Ex.6,7,8p.33
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Expecting Guests:
text (silent reading). Ex.2p.32
3.5.Producing written messages Making up a list of pieces of
based on the text. furniture.
Grammar Using Simple Present, Present Simple Present, Present
Progressive, Simple Past, Simple Progressive, Simple Past,
Future. Simple Future: Ex.9p.33
Lesson 6 Meals and Table Manners 2
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with Talking about food in
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation Moldova:
and sense groups. Ex.1,4p.34-35
2.6.Maintaining a conversation on
food in Moldova, using pragmatics
of turn-taking, nominating topics,
expressing agreement and
disagreement.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: English Food and
text (silent reading). Meals:
3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.2p.34
of an unknown text with appropriate
fluency, stress, intonation and sense
groups.
3.2.Following simple instructions Ex.7p.35
given in written form.
Written 4.3.Using words (phrases, sentences) Writing a paragraph about
Interaction, and simple forms to describe the meals and table manners in
Culture and students personal information in the students families:
Integrated Skill familiar contexts. Ex.8p.35
Combinations 4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap
paragraph on a suitable topic from Filling in the gaps:
which some words have been omitted Ex.6p.35
(the words are listed 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. Prepositions and
Imperatives.
Lesson 7 A United Family 1
Listening 1.1.Listening to a short message on a Ex.6p.37
familiar topic, containing 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 2.2.Understanding the general Ex.2p.36
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story,
biography, dialogue, etc.).
2.6.Maintaining a conversation on
the students families, using Talking about family
pragmatics of turn-taking, relationships:
nominating topics, expressing Ex.1,5p.36-37
agreement and disagreement.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment
of an unknown text with appropriate
fluency, stress, intonation and sense
groups.
Written 4.3.Using words and simple forms to Writing a paragraph about
Interaction describe the students family the students family
members. members:
4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Ex.9p.37
paragraph on a suitable topic from
which some words have been Filling in the gaps:
omitted. Ex.8p.37
Grammar Using Adjectives ending in ful and Adjectives ending in ful
in less. and in less.
Lesson 8 Reading Together 1
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Honesty Is the Best
text (silent reading). Policy:
3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.2p.38
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Ex.8p.39
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is
relevant and clear to the reader.
4.6.Finding and correcting the
mistakes, including spelling, S-V-
agreement, tenses, degrees of
comparison, relative pronouns and
reported speech.
Lesson 9 Round Up 1
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with 1.Talking about ecological
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation problems:
and sense groups. Ex.1,2p.40
2.Talking about flats, rooms
and furniture:
Ex.7,8p.41
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Project Work:
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is Making up a poster about
relevant and clear to the reader. Moldova: Ex.10p.41
Culture 5.Ecological education. Ex.1,2p.40
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge Test-Paper n2 1
and skills acquired while studying
this unit.
Unit III 5
Lesson 1 The United Kingdom 1
Spoken 2.6.Maintaining a conversation on Talking about the British
Interaction the United Kingdom, using Isles:
pragmatics of turn-taking, Ex.1,6,7p.42-43
nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: The United Kingdom:
text (silent reading). Ex.3p.42
3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
Interaction paragraph on a suitable topic from Ex.9p.43
which some words have been omitted
(the words are listed below the
paragraph).
Grammar Using Simple Past. Simple Past: Ex.8,9p.43
Community 3.Identifying national currencies and
Area some prices in English-Speaking
Countries.
Lesson 2 The English Climate 2
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about the English
Interaction conversational formulas and giving climate:
relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.1,6p.44-45
to describe the English climate. The
dialogues are directed by the teacher.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: The English Climate:
text (silent reading). Ex.2p.44
Written 4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
Interaction paragraph on a suitable topic from Ex.7p.45
which some words have been
omitted.
Grammar Using the with geographical names. The Definite Article:
Ex.8p.45
Integrated Skill 3.Knowledge of weather forecast Ex.4,5p.45
Combinations symbols and their use in
communicative situations.
10.Correctly writing and
pronouncing numbers in the course
of study activities.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge Winter term Test-Paper 1
and skills acquired in the course of
this term.
Lesson 3 This Is London 2
Listening and 1.1.Listening to a short message on a Ex.4p.47
Culture familiar topic, containing 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.
Spoken 2.2.Understanding the general Ex.2p.46
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story,
biography, dialogue, informative
text, etc.).
Reading 3.5.Producing written messages Making up a list of places the
based on the text. man has visited: Ex.2p.46
Grammar Using Past Progressive. Past Progressive: Ex.6,7p.47
Integrated Skill 11.Listening to and interpreting some
Combinations songs for children.
Term 2 36
Unit III 6
Lesson 4 Friends from the USA 1
Spoken 2.6.Maintaining a conversation on Talking about the USA.
Interaction the USA, using pragmatics of turn-
taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2p.48
text (silent reading).
Grammar Using Past Progressive. Past Progressive: Ex.7,8p.49
Lesson 5 The United States of 1
America
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about the USA:
Interaction conversational formulas and giving Ex.1,4,5,7p.50-51
relevant details in simple dialogues
to describe the USA. 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: The United States of
text (silent reading). America: Ex.2p.50
Written 4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
Interaction paragraph about the Washington Ex.6p.51
Monument, from which some words
have been omitted (the words are
listed below the paragraph).
Grammar Using Past Progressive. Past Progressive: Ex.8p.51
Culture and 7.Identifying and respecting some Ex.5p.51
Comparison norms of communication with
Area familiar people through telephone.
5.Comparing some norms of
communication with familiar people
through telephone.
Community 3.Identifying national currencies and
Area some prices in English-Speaking
Countries.
Lesson 6 Thanksgiving 1
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with Talking about holidays in
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation Moldova, Great Britain and
and sense groups. the USA: Ex.1,6p.52-53
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Thanksgiving
text (silent reading). Ex.2p.52
3.4.Defining the meaning of
unknown words from the context.
Grammar Using Simple Past vs Past Simple Past vs Past
Progressive. Progressive: Ex.7p.53
Using Articles. Articles: Ex.8p.53
Lesson 7 The Adventure Continues... 1
Spoken 2.2.Understanding the general Ex.1p.54
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story,
biography, dialogue, informative
text, etc.).
2.3.Employing everyday Talking about the students
conversational formulas and giving visits to museums, galleries,
relevant details in simple dialogues zoos:
to describe the students visits to Ex.6,7p.55
museums, galleries, zoos. The
dialogues are directed by the teacher.
2.4.Producing a simple message with
appropriate fluency, stress, intonation
and sense groups.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.1p.54
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph about a visit Writing a paragraph about a
Interaction to a museum. The information visit to a museum:
conveyed is relevant and clear to the Ex.9p.55
reader.
Grammar Using Simple Past vs Past Past Simple vs Past
Progressive. Progressive: Ex.8p.55
Lesson 8 Reading Together 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about folk heroes of
Interaction conversational formulas and giving Moldova:
relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.8p.57
to describe folk heroes in Moldova.
The dialogues are directed by the
teacher.
Reading and 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Robin Hood:
Culture text (silent reading). Ex.2p.56
3.4.Defining the meaning of
unknown words from the context.
2.Knowledge of simple literary texts
- fairy tales, rhymes, poems - which
belong to the culture of English-
Speaking countries (characters,
actions, attitudes, feelings, places).
Lesson 9 Round Up 1
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with 1.Making up weather
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation forecasts: Ex.3p.58
and sense groups. 2.Talking about the UK and
the USA: Ex.5,6,8p.58-59
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Project Work:
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is Making up a poster about the
relevant and clear to the reader. USA: Ex.9p.59
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge Test-Paper n3 1
and skills acquired while studying
this unit.
Unit IV 13
Lesson 1 Wonders of the Ancient 1
World
Spoken 2.2.Understanding the general Ex.1p.60
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and
identifying its type (poem, story,
biography, dialogue, informative
text, etc.).
2.3.Employing everyday Talking about beautiful
conversational formulas and giving places of Moldova:
relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.3p.61
to describe beautiful buildings and
places in Moldova. The dialogues are
directed by the teacher.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.1p.60:
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.4.Editing simple short functional Correcting mistakes:
Interaction texts. Ex.6p.61
4.6.Finding and correcting the
mistakes, including spelling, S-V-
agreement, tenses, degrees of
comparison, relative pronouns and
reported speech.
4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
paragraph on a suitable topic from Ex.5p.61
which some words have been omitted
(the words are listed below the
paragraph).
Grammar Using Prepositions about, Prepositions: Ex.5p.61
through, with.
Lesson 2 Inventions in Our Life 2
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about inventions:
Interaction conversational formulas and giving Ex.1,2p.62
relevant details in simple dialogues
to describe modern inventions. The
dialogues are directed by the teacher.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.3p.62
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Grammar Using Past Perfect. Past Perfect: Ex.7p.63
Lesson 3 Television Is Fun 2
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with Talking about TV:
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation Ex.1,7p.64-65
and sense groups.
2.6.Maintaining a conversation about
TV, using pragmatics of turn-taking,
nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.2p.64
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Grammar Using Past Perfect. Past Perfect: Ex.8p.65
Lesson 4 Computerland 2
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general Ex.5p.67
meaning of an easy, short, oral
message, presented in a simple and
clear way.
Spoken 2.4.Producing a simple message with Talking about computers:
Interaction appropriate fluency, stress, intonation Ex.1,6,7p.66-67
and sense groups.
2.6.Maintaining a conversation about
computers, using pragmatics of turn-
taking, nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Computerland:
text (silent reading). Ex.2p.66
3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.2.Taking a spelling test and Writing a dictation.
Interaction correctly spelling the words from the
vocabulary, selected to focus on
adjective endings and numerals.
Grammar Using Modal Verbs must, should. Modals must, should:
Ex.8p.67
Integrated Skill 1.Identifying words, expressions, Ex.3p.66
Combinations grammar structures similar to the
ones in the students mother-tongue.
Lesson 5 The Olympic Games 2
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about the history of
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a Olympic Games:
familiar topic (sport) at an Ex.1,5p.69
appropriate level of difficulty.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2p.68
text (silent reading).
Grammar Using Subject Pronouns vs Object Using Subject Pronouns vs
Pronouns. Object Pronouns: Ex.7,8p.69
Integrated Skill 5.Correctly writing and pronouncing
Combinations the parts of a human body.
Lesson 6 Shall We Go Shopping? 1
Listening 1.4.Identifying the general meaning Ex.5p.71
of an easy short text, containing
simple and familiar lexis.
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about shopping:
Interaction and conversational formulas and giving Ex.1,2,6p.70-71
Culture relevant details to discuss shopping.
The dialogues are directed by the
teacher.
6.Acquiring primary knowledge of
some public institutions: mayoralty,
post office, shop.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.3p.70
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Grammar Using Possessive Pronouns. Possessive Pronouns:
Ex.7p.71
Lesson 7 When Classes Are Over 1
Spoken 2.6.Maintaining a conversation about Talking about after school
Interaction and after school activities, using activities:
Integrated Skill pragmatics of turn-taking, Ex.1,2,5,6,7p.72-73
Combinations nominating topics, expressing
agreement and disagreement.
6.Oral commenting on some
recreational activities (gymnastics).
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.3p.72
of an unknown text with appropriate
fluency, stress, intonation and sense
groups.
3.4.Defining the meaning of
unknown words from the context.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on the Writing a paragraph about
Interaction students hobbies. The information the students favourite after
conveyed is relevant and clear to the school activities:
reader. Ex.8p.73
4.6.Finding and correcting the
mistakes, including spelling, S-V-
agreement, tenses, degrees of
comparison, relative pronouns and
reported speech.
Grammar Using Possessive Adjectives vs Possessive Adjectives vs
Possessive Pronouns. Possessive Pronouns:
Ex.9p.73
Lesson 8 Reading Together 1
Spoken 2.2.Understanding the general Text: Midas:
Interaction meaning of an unknown text and Ex.2p.74
identifying its type (poem, story,
biography, dialogue, informative
text, etc.).
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Text: Midas:
of an unknown text (chosen by the Ex.2p.74
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups. Making up a list of
3.5.Producing written messages adjectives that characterize
based on the text. Midas: Ex.8p.75
Lesson 9 Round Up 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Ex.4p.77
Interaction conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues
to describe modern life and life in the
past. The dialogues are directed by
the teacher.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.1p.76
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Project Work: Making up a
Interaction and topic. The information conveyed is poster about a famous
Integrated Skill relevant and clear to the reader. Olympic Champion:
Combinations 9.Drawing pictures and collages in Ex.6p.77
the course of study activities and
briefly commenting on them.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge Test-Paper n4 1
and skills acquired while studying
this unit.
Unit V 13
Lesson 1 At the Railway Station 2
Spoken 2.6.Maintaining a conversation on Talking about means of
Interaction the advantages and disadvantages of transport, their advantages
means of transport, using pragmatics and disadvantages:
of turn-taking, nominating topics. Ex.1,7p.78-79
2.4.Producing a simple message with
appropriate fluency, stress, intonation
and sense groups.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: At the Railway
text (silent reading). Station: Ex.3p.78
3.5.Producing written messages Making up lists of
based on the text. advantages and
disadvantages of travelling
by train: Ex.6p.79
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph about Writing a paragraph about
Interaction advantages and disadvantages of different means of transport:
different means of transport. The Ex.8p.79
information conveyed is relevant and
clear to the reader.
Grammar Using Simple Present vs Simple Past. Simple Present vs Simple
Past
Lesson 2 Travelling by Plane 2
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about travelling by
Interaction conversational formulas and giving plane:
relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.1,6,7p.80-81
to describe travelling by plane. The
dialogues are directed by the teacher.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2p.80
text (silent reading).
Written 4.2.Taking a spelling test and Writing a dictation.
Interaction correctly spelling the words from the
vocabulary, selected to focus on
adjective endings and numerals.
Grammar Using Reported Speech. Reported Speech: Ex.8p.81
Lesson 3 In the Street 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Talking about the students
Interaction, conversational formulas and giving neighbourhood:
Culture, relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.1,2,3p.82-83
Comparison about the students neighbourhood.
Area and The dialogues are directed by the
Community teacher.
Area 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
English-Speaking 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: Marys Walking Tour:
Comparison text (silent reading). Ex.5p.83
Area 4.Comparing the ways of giving
instructions while following an
itinerary in English-Speaking
Countries and Moldova.
Written 4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
Interaction paragraph on a suitable topic from Ex.7p.83
which some words have been omitted
(the words are listed below the
paragraph).
Grammar Using Adverbs of Places. Adverbs of place.
Lesson 4 Play Safe and Stay Safe 2
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday Asking and talking about
Interaction, conversational formulas and giving safety rules:
Comparison relevant details in simple dialogues Ex.1,4p.84
Area and to describe safety rules. The
Community dialogues are directed by the teacher.
Area 3.Comparing the norms of behaviour
in the street (traffic rules) in English-
Speaking Countries and Moldova.
4.Knowledge and use of behaviour
rules in the street.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2p.84
text (silent reading).
3.5.Producing written messages Making up lists of safety
based on the text. rules: Ex.3p.84
Grammar Using Reported Speech. Reporting speech:
Ex.8,9p.85
Lesson 5 At the Post Office 2
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about means of
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a communication:
familiar topic (at the post-office) at Ex.1,3,6p.86
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 Ex.4p.86
Culture of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
6.Acquiring primary knowledge of
some public institutions: post office.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Writing a paragraph about
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is what students can do at the
relevant and clear to the reader. post office:
4.4.Editing simple short functional Ex.10p.87
texts.
Grammar Using Reported Speech. Reported Speech: Ex.8p.87
Lesson 6 Its a Great Job 1
Listening 1.1.Listening to a short message Ex.7p.89
about jobs, containing 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.
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about jobs:
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a Ex.1p.88
familiar topic (jobs.).
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Ex.2p.88
text (silent reading).
Written 4.3.Using words (phrases, sentences) Writing about jobs:
Interaction and simple forms to describe the Ex.10p.89
students personal information in
familiar contexts.
4.5.Completing a fill-in-the-gap Filling in the gaps:
paragraph on a suitable topic from Ex.9p.89
which some words have been omitted
(the words are listed below the
paragraph).
Grammar Using Prepositions. Prepositions: Ex.9p.89
Lesson 7 The Clothes We Wear 1
Spoken 2.1.Providing oral responses to a Talking about clothes:
Interaction spoken prompt from the teacher on a Ex.1,8p.90-91
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.
Reading 3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment Ex.3p.90
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar Writing about future actions:
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is Ex.10p.91
relevant and clear to the reader.
Grammar Using Simple Future. Simple Future: Ex.9,10p.91
Final Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge Final Test-Paper 1
and skills acquired in the course of
this academic year.
Lesson 8 Reading Together 1
Spoken 2.5.Synchronistically translating into
Interaction the students native language a
paragraph on a familiar topic.
Reading 3.3.Identifying the main ideas of the Text: Wayland the Smith:
text (silent reading). Ex.2p.92
3.1.Reading aloud a short fragment
of an unknown text (chosen by the
teacher) with appropriate fluency,
stress, intonation and sense groups.
Lesson 9 Round Up 1
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday 1.Talking about travelling:
Interaction conversational formulas and giving Ex.1p.94
relevant details in simple dialogues 2.Talking about the students
and short texts to describe the neighborhood:
students preferences. The dialogues Ex.2p.94
are directed by the teacher.
2.4.Producing a simple message with
appropriate fluency, stress, intonation
and sense groups.
Integrated Skill 11.Listening to and interpreting some
Combinations songs for children.
End-of- Round Up 1
the-Book
Spoken 2.3.Employing everyday
Interaction conversational formulas and giving
relevant details in simple dialogues
and short texts to describe the
students preferences. The dialogues
are directed by the teacher.
Written 4.1.Writing a paragraph on a familiar
Interaction topic. The information conveyed is
relevant and clear to the reader.