ENGLISH LANGUAGE CURRICULUM OUTLINE – GRADES IV - VII

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The primary aim of the educational activities set out by the core curriculum is the comprehensive development of the student. In order to do this, school education has to rely on the smooth execution of tasks by teachers in teaching, skill-development and character-building. In terms of language learning and the overall target for the second stage of education is the mastering of the language at a level that ensures a minimum of verbal communication.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

Objectives of teaching English in the second stage of the educational process focus on four areas:

1 – the acquisition and improvement of language skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing, primarily within the competence of communication,

2 - developing the students’ self-esteem and self-confidence of language, including positive feedback on their individual language skills,

3 - preparing the students to be self-reliant in the process of learning a foreign language,

4 - developing in students an attitude of curiosity, openness and tolerance towards other cultures.

Skills:

? the student understands basic classroom commands in regards to the course and lesson topics

? uses heard information to perform tasks of varying difficulty (for ex.: completing tables, completing sentences, answering short questions)

? understands basic texts in the textbook, searches the text for needed information, for tasks of varying difficulty, (for ex.: complete the table, give short answers to simple questions, etc.)

? uses a bilingual dictionary, ie, finds the needed word, reads the phonetic transcription, finds the grammatical category and meanings depending on context

? can talk briefly about him- or herself, family and friends

? responds verbally in typical situations of everyday life, discussed in the classroom

?  has correct pronunciation and intonation, which allows for clear communication

?  independently writes texts based on the given model (for ex.: a short greeting, informal letter, etc.)

?  logically completes partial sentences or transforms them

?  uses a bilingual dictionary

?  uses basic grammatical structures and vocabulary to convey or obtain information, in typical everyday situations

TOPICS

·         Conversational English

·         Free-time activities

·         Collocations

·         Music

·         Personality

·         Units of measurement

·         Sights and landmarks

·         Camps and courses

·         Cooking

·         Nature and wild animals

·         Natural disasters

·         Sports and fitness

·         Technology

·         Environment

·         Astronomy

·         Celebrations

·         Gestures

   GRAMMAR

·         Present Simple vs Present Progressive

·         Adjectives and adverbs

·         Past Simple vs Past Progressive

·         Relative pronouns

·         Conditional sentences: Type 1

·         Conditional sentences: Type 2

·         Time clauses

·         Present Perfect Simple vs Past Simple

·         Present Perfect Progressive vs Present Perfect Simple

·         Prepositions

·         Modals

·         Passive Voice

·         Articles

·         Subject-Object Questions

·         Reflexive Pronouns

·         Wishes

·         Reported Speech

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