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6 AEB

UNIT No. 1
TITLE: My school looks different
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to compare, contrast and describe places at school.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION

Describing places and There be / Prepositions Listen for specific Course book To identify specific
location of place information. Teacher’s guide information when listening
Audio CD to the audio CD.
Focus on language CD player
Comparing objects & Comparatives structure. Notebook To express sentences
places Cut outs orally using the structure
Talking about school Solve the exercises Web links and vocabulary studied.
life provided using There
be. To apply there is and
there are adequately.
Create a descriptive
paragraph about To use vocabulary related
school. to classroom and school
accurately.
Listen for details.
To create a paragraph to
Focus on language describe a place.
structure.
To make comparatives
Solve the exercises based on adjectives
provided using syllables.
comparatives.
To apply the use of
Compare two people by comparatives correctly.
writing sentences.
To identify verbs followed
Listen for specific by ing forms.
information.
To use the simple present
Focus on language accurately.
structure.

Create positive,
negative and
interrogative
statements with do and
does.
UNIT No. 2
TITLE: Meet my family
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to identify present and past simple tenses.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION

Describing people Present simple Listen for details. Course book To identify details when
Teacher’s guide listening to the audio
Talking about ongoing Present continuous Focus on language Audio CD CD.
situations structure. CD player
Bingo cards To express sentences
Talking about past To be past simple Solve the exercises Web links orally using the structure
events provided using the Board and vocabulary studied.
present simple.

Talk about one’s family To differentiate the verb


using a family tree. to be from other verbs
structures.
Create a descriptive
paragraph of a person. To use vocabulary
related to physical
Read and listen for appearance and feelings
specific information. accurately.

Focus on language To identify the main


structure. differences between the
Present Simple and the
Solve the exercises Present Continuous.
provided using
comparatives. To apply the present
continuous in sentences
Describe ongoing adequately.
situations in a written
form. To answer questions
with was and were.
Read and listen to a
story for specific
information.

Focus on language
structure.

Solve the exercises


provided using the past
continuous.

Create positiveand
negative statements
about past ongoing
situations.
UNIT No. 3
TITLE: I watched an interesting movie
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to make simple sentences about past situations.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION

Exchanging information Past simple: regular Listen to sort out Course book To identify the gist of a
about past events verbs information. Teacher’s guide story when listening to
Audio CD the audio CD.
Expressing facts in the Past simple: irregular Focus on language CD player
past verbs structure. Cut outs To express sentences
Board game (Boost orally using the structure
Describing ongoing Past continuous Solve the exercises your memory) and vocabulary studied.
events in the past provided using regular Web links
past form verbs. Board
Identify regular and
Create positive, negative irregular past verb forms.
and interrogative
statements using the past To use vocabulary related
tense. to past time expressions
accurately.
Solve the puzzle provided.
Make affirmative,
Focus on language negative and interrogative
structure. statements in the Past
Simple.
Solve the exercises
provided using Identify the main
comparatives. characteristics between
the Past Simple and the
Apply the correct form of Past Continuous.
past form verbs in context.

Listen for specific


information.

Focus on language
structure.

Create positive, negative


and interrogative
statements with the past
continuous.
UNIT No. 4
TITLE: Early to bed and early to rise
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to express obligation, responsibility and prohibition.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION

Talking about Have to: obligation Listen and read a journal Course book To identify the gist of a
obligations for specific information. Teacher’s guide story when listening to
Audio CD the audio CD.
Talking about Must: responsibilities Focus on language CD player
responsibilities structure. Cut outs To express sentences
Board game (make or orally using the structure
Talking about prohibition Can’t: prohibition Solve the exercises do) and vocabulary studied.
provided using has/have Web links
to. Board Identify do and make
collocations.
Request information
applying the use of has To use vocabulary
/have to. related to house chores
and other activities
Listen for details. accurately.

Focus on language To differentiate the use


structure. of must and can’t in
statements.
Solve the exercises
provided using must. To apply the use of
have to and has to
Create sentences using adequately.
the structure studied.

Listen to sort out


information.

Focus on language
structure.

Express obligation and


responsibility in an oral
and written form.
UNIT No. 5
TITLE: I’m starving
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to produce sentences with Would using countable and
uncountable nouns.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION

Talking about my a/ an Listen to a dialogue to fill Course book To identify specific


favorite food Some / Any in the gaps. Teacher’s guide information when
Audio CD listening to the audio
Expressing quantity Focus on language CD player CD.
structure. Cut outs
Tic Tac Toe game To express sentences
Talking about I would like /Would you Solve the exercises Web links orally using the structure
preferences like? provided using Board and vocabulary studied.
I want / Do you want? a/an/some/any.
To differentiate
Form sentences using countable from
would + countable and uncountable nouns.
uncountable nouns.
To use vocabulary
Solve the puzzle about related to food and food
food containers. containers.

Solve the exercises To apply a, an, some


provided using food andany adequately.
containers.
To differentiate the use
Categorize food and. of would like and want in
food containers. statements.
Focus on language
structure.

Express and request


preferences in an oral
and written form.
UNIT No. 6
TITLE: Count me in!
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to talk about plans, intentions, offers and decisions using future
tenses accurately.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION


To identify specific
Making plans Present Continuous: Listen to a dialogue to fill Course book information when
arrangements in the gaps. Teacher’s guide listening to the audio
Audio CD CD.
Talking about intentions Going to: intentions and Focus on language CD player
predictions structure. Board Game (sports To express sentences
race) orally using the structure
Expressing offers and Will / Won’t: Offers & Solve the exercises Web links and vocabulary studied.
decisions decisions provided using the Board
present continuous. To differentiate future
tenses among each
Express arrangements other.
in an oral and written
form. To use vocabulary
related to extreme
Listen to sort out sports and everyday
information. language.

Solve the exercises To apply the use of the


provided using going to. Present Continuous in
future arrangements.
Express intentions in an
oral and written form. To use going to talk
about intentions and
Sentence drill. predictions.
Focus on language To express offers and
structure. decisions using will and
won’t.
Talking about offers and
decisions.
UNIT No. 7
TITLE: The faster/ the better
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to compare objects, people and places by means of
comparatives and superlatives.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION


To identify the gist of a
Identifying superlatives Superlatives Listen and read for Course book story when listening to the
specific information. Teacher’s guide audio CD.
Making comparisons Superlatives vs. Audio CD
Comparatives Focus on language CD player To express sentences
structure. Web links orally using the structure
Differentiating As…as Board and vocabulary studied.
comparatives from Solve the exercises
comparisons. provided using To use vocabulary related
superlatives. to adjectives and countries.

Compare and contrast To make superlatives


places and things using based on adjectives
superlatives. syllables.

Adjectives drill. To apply the use of


superlatives correctly.
Solve the exercises
provided using as…as To differentiate
comparatives from
Express comparisons in comparisons.
an oral and written form.
To apply comparatives and
comparisons in statements
adequately.
UNIT No. 8
TITLE: Working well
WEEKS: 4
UNIT OBJECTIVE: After completing the lesson, students will be able to produce sentences using adjectives and adverbs.

FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR LEARNING PROCESS RESOURCES EVALUATION


Listen for details.
Identifying adverbs & Present Simple review Course book To identify specific
adjectives Focus on language Teacher’s guide information when
structure. Audio CD listening to the audio
Applying too in CD player CD.
sentences Too + adjectives Solve the exercises Board game (adjective
provided using or adverb) To express sentences
Applying enough in Enough + noun adjectives and adverbs Web links orally using the structure
sentences Adjective + enough adequately. Board and vocabulary studied.

Choose the correct part To use vocabulary


of speech. related to adjectives and
adverbs accurately.
Listen for gist.
To apply the use of the
Solve the exercises Present Simple in
provided using too. affirmative, negative and
interrogative statements.
Differentiate too from
very. To differentiate too from
very.
Read and listen to sort
out sentences. To apply too and
enough in sentences
Focus on language adequately.
structure.
Solve the exercises
provided using enough.

Produce affirmative
statements with too and
enough.