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Correlation of New To To ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION SYSTEM to To Book 1 Unit 1 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Meeting people, exchanging information, Name, address, phone
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Correlation of New To To ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION SYSTEM to To Book 1 Unit 1 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Meeting people, exchanging information, Name, address, phone In compound nouns the first filling out forms (giving and getting numbers, spelling for noun has heavier stress and information) clarification, occupations higher pitch to Intro 1 Intro 4:1 Intro 6:2,3 Intro 7:4 Middle Mastery 4 Intro 5 Vocabulary Intro 6 Vocabulary To be Wh-questions Prepositions Indefinite/no article with occupations Intro 1 Grammar Intro 3 Grammar Intro 4 Grammar Intro 5 Grammar Middle Mastery 2 Grammar Unit 2 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Describing your family, describing marital Names of family members, Possessive pronouns Reduced forms of unstressed status, describing what someone looks like, names of colors, names of Review of to be words to, and are, and do in describing clothing, talking about children, identifying characteristics Present continuous for normal speech. Vowel asking about age describing reduced to shwa. to Intro 1:3 Intro 2:4,5 Intro 4:1,2 Intro 4 Vocabulary Intro LRB 4 Intro 4 Grammar Intro 7 Grammar Unit 3 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking for location of an item, Shapes, rooms of a house, Embedded questions describing/identifying things, describing furniture, what s it made Wh- questions uses, ordering descriptive adjectives of, uses It is + adjective Intro 2:4 Intro 3 Middle Mastery 1:1 Middle Mastery 2 Middle Mastery 4:3 Prepositions of place Intro 4 Vocabulary Intro 3 Intro 3-5 Grammar Linking of final consonants to words beginning with a vowel sound: come on, does it 1 Unit 4 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Talking about time: opening and closing / Getting around the city, Prepositions of time Stress placement on words starting and finishing times, talking about calendar, time (days and Imperative with directions that carry important meaning days and dates, asking for and giving months) Modals in polite requests in a sentence directions, making social plans and Prepositions of place appointments Transitions to to Intro 3 Intro 4:3 Intro 6:2 Intro 8:1 Middle Mastery 1:2,3 Middle Mastery 5:5 Intro 3 Intro 3 Culture Intro 3 Vocabulary Intro 4 Culture Intro 5 Vocabulary (and themes 6 and 8 for review) Middle Mastery 1 Culture Intro 3 Grammar Intro 6 Grammar Senior Mastery 10 Grammar Unit 5 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Describing likes and dislikes, asking and Vacations, activities, types of: Comparison of the sound [s] giving opinions (preferences), agreeing and sports, movies, books, music and [sh] disagreeing Master Pronunciation Intro 2 Intro 8 Speech Acts Intro 8 Vocabulary Middle Mastery 1 Culture Middle Mastery 3 Culture Present simple Short answers with so and neither Wh- questions Yes/No questions Intro 3-5 Grammar [sh] Intro 7 Pronunciation [s] Intro 8 Pronunciation 2 Unit 6 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Accepting and declining invitations, getting Shared interests (review), Could One word in a sentence is more information about invitations, setting dating, getting together with Have to often more important than the time and place, changing plans, adding friends, entertainment guides How about + gerund others and is stressed more to plans, showing preferences (review of Past progressive heavily than the other words likes and dislikes) Have (got) to to to Master Pronunciation Intro 8 Middle Mastery 5:5 Speech Acts Intro 8 Middle Mastery 5:5 Intro 3 Grammar Intro 6 Grammar Senior Mastery 6 Grammar Unit 7 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Talking to salespeople, getting and giving In American and Canadian help, locating items in a store, asking prices English, r is pronounced after and colors, comparing things a vowel to Intro 2 Intro 3:3 Middle Mastery 2 Types of stores, refund/exchange policies, cash or charge, trying on clothes Intro 2 Culture Intro 2:5 Senior Mastery 4 Culture Can/Could Count nouns Yes/No questions Determiners Comparatives Intro 2 Grammar Intro 6 Grammar Middle Mastery 2 Grammar Unit 8 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Discussing the menu, asking about wants, Ordering food in restaurants, Reduced form of would you: specifying wants, offering service, ordering restaurant menus, service wouldya Future forms Contractions with will and would Quantifiers Business Series 4 Business Series 4 Intro 8 Grammar Middle Mastery 2 Grammar 3 Unit 9 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Making small requests, making larger Lending and borrowing Would you mind + gerund Pronunciation of can and requests, asking for favors, complaining things, seeking favors, Could I / you + simple form can t politely, requesting action, accepting an resolving problems in hotels Too + adjective apology to Intro 1:4 Intro 2:4 Intro 4:2,3 Intro 6 Middle Mastery 1:1 Business Series 3 Senior Mastery 6 Grammar Unit 10 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Giving, getting, and clarifying information, Childhood memories, school Past simple Reduced form of did you: to describing past experiences, discussing years, past accomplishments, Past habitual did-juh length of time personal history, work Time expressions Intro 2:3 Intro 5 Intro 6 Intro 7:3-6 Middle Mastery 2 Middle Mastery 3 experience Intro 5 Middle Mastery 3 Senior Mastery 5 Senior Mastery 9 Intro 5 Vocabulary Intro 5 Grammar Middle Mastery 4 Unit 11 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus to Asking about past experiences, asking for a Travel, unusual likes/dislikes Present perfect Falling intonation with Whquestions description or an opinion, comparing places Simple past Intro 5 Intro 8:1,4 Middle Mastery 3 Comparatives Middle Mastery 2 Grammar 4 Unit 12 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Discussing future plans, discussing future Careers, hopes, and dreams; Stressed words in a sentence wants, hopes and possible plans business trip itinerary usually have a regular beat to Intro 8 Senior Mastery 5 Business Series 12 Intro 5 Vocabulary Senior Mastery 5 Future with plan to / going to / planning to Future with present progressive Expressing possibility Will vs. going to Intro LRB 8 Intro 8 Grammar 5 To Book 2 Unit 1 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus to Making small talk, making introductions Small talk, conversational Yes/No questions In rapid speech, the final openings Responses sound of a word is often Tag Questions Review of to be blended with the initial sound of the next word Middle Mastery 3:1-4 Middle Mastery 4:1-3 Senior Mastery 1:1-3 Senior Mastery 2:1-4 Business Series 5:1-2 Business Series 6:1-3 Middle Mastery 3:1-4 Middle Mastery 4:1-3 Senior Mastery 1:1-3 Senior Mastery 2:1-4 Business Series 5:1-2 Business Series 6:1-3 Intro 1 Grammar Unit 2 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking where services are located, Locations inside and outside, Wh- questions Consonant clusters, e.g., describing buildings and landmarks, asking department stores, malls Prepositions of location exchange for directions in a store, asking for Embedded questions directions in a mall Yes/No questions to Middle Mastery 2:5 Middle Mastery 5:3 Senior Mastery 5:3 Business Series 2:1-2 Business Series 3:3 Business Series 2:2 Business Series 3:3 Senior Mastery 10 Grammar Middle Mastery 1:1,3 Middle Mastery 2:5 Senior Mastery 1:3 Senior Mastery 3:2 Senior Mastery 6:3 Senior Mastery 9:4 Senior Mastery 12:2,4 Business Series 4:1-2,7 Business Series 5:3-4 Business Series 9:2 Business Series 10:2 Business Series 12:2 6 Unit 3 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking to speak to someone, offering to take Talking on the telephone, Could Stress placement in to a message, writing messages down, leaving getting information over the Yes/No questions multisyllabic words a message, calling for information telephone Review of to be to Senior Mastery 5:2-3 Business Series 5:1 Business Series 7:1-2 Senior Mastery 5:2-3 Business Series 7:1-4 Responses Senior Mastery 3 Grammar Senior Mastery 5 Grammar Business Series 7 Grammar Although stress placement is not explicitly taught, learners have the chance to practice by replaying words or phrases and recording their own pronunciation, then comparing the two. Unit 4 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Identifying a problem, making suggestions, The environment, smoking, Predicate adjectives asking for and giving advice everyday personal problems Gerunds Middle Mastery 2:1-4 Senior Mastery 3:2 Senior Mastery 4:5 Senior Mastery 6:1-4 Senior Mastery 7:1-4 Senior Mastery 8:1-4 Senior Mastery 10:1-3 Senior Mastery 11:1-4 Business Series 1:2 Business Series 4:1-2 Business Series 8:2 Business Series 9:1-5 Business Series 10:1-4 Business Series 11:1-2 Business Series 12:2-3 Senior Mastery 2:2 Senior Mastery 8:1-4 Business Series 1:2 Business Series 4:4 Business Series 5:1 Wh- questions Senior Mastery 1 Grammar Senior Mastery 6 Grammar Senior Mastery 9 Grammar Senior Mastery 11 Grammar Business Series 2 Grammar Business Series 12 Grammar Stress on words that carry important meaning in a sentence 7 Unit 5 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking about other people, giving Everyday events and Predicate adjectives Listening to stressed and to information about other people, reacting to problems, getting married, Yes/No questions unstressed words in sentences good and bad news, asking for more details, making life decisions Wh- questions interrupting for details Responses to new information to Middle Mastery 3:1-4 Middle Mastery 4:1-3 Middle Mastery 5:3-5 Senior Mastery 1:1-3 Senior Mastery 2:1-4 Senior Mastery 3:1-3 Senior Mastery 11:1-4 Business Series 5:2 Business Series 8:1 Middle Mastery 1:1-3 Middle Mastery 2:1-5 Senior Mastery 3:1-3 Senior Mastery 5:1-3 Senior Mastery 7:1-4 Senior Mastery 8:1-4 Senior Mastery 10:1-3 Business Series 1:1-2 Business Series 2:3 Business Series 4:1-7 Business Series 7:1-4 Business Series 10:1-4 Interruptors Master Pronunciation- Speech Acts Senior Mastery 2 Grammar Business Series 6 Grammar Business Series 7 Grammar Unit 6 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Talking about symptoms, giving advice, Illnesses, remedies/home Review of to have Linking sounds. In rapid talking about prescriptions, asking about remedies, prescription and Yes/No questions speech, sounds are often non-prescription drugs non-prescription medications Wh- questions linked together Intro 7 Intro 7 8 Unit 7 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Describing what objects are used for, giving Attics, kitchen utensils from Wh- questions A final [t] sound at the end of to instructions, discussing needs and around the world, papermache, camping supplies, Imperatives beginning with a consonant: Instruction words blends with words requirements, getting clarification, talking about consequences traditional crafts Yes/No questions next week Middle Mastery 1 Senior Mastery 7 Senior Mastery 8 Senior Mastery 10 Gerunds Senior Mastery 6 Grammar Business Series 2 Grammar Business Series 10 Grammar Business Series 12 Grammar Unit 8 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking about types of hotels, asking for Hotels, reservations, services Review of would Reduced form of can to details, making a reservation, checking in, Yes/No questions making requests, calling hotel services Review of to be Business Series 3 Business Series 7:4 Business Series 3 Culture Business Series 7 Culture Prepositions of time Senior Mastery 10 Grammar Business Series 2 Grammar Unit 9 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Getting information, discussing possible Travel, itineraries, tourist Review of should In some unstressed words the to activities, asking about public activities, using public Conditionals vowel reduces to schwa transportation, talking about tours transportation, guided tours Why- questions Intro 3 Business Series 1 Business Series 2 Business Series 3:2 Intro 3 Culture Business Series 1 Culture Business Series 2 Culture Business Series 7 Culture Responses Middle Mastery 2 Grammar Senior Mastery 3 Grammar Senior Mastery 5 Grammar Business Series 2 Grammar 9 Unit 10 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking who someone is, identifying Parties, personal descriptions, Relative clauses Words with [r] after a vowel to someone, asking what someone is like, positive and negative Yes/No questions discussing qualities characteristics Wh- questions to Middle Mastery 4:2 Senior Mastery 1:1 Business Series 5 Senior Mastery 2 Adjectives Senior Mastery 1 Grammar Unit 11 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Discussing experiences, relating a personal Hobbies, leisure activities, Pronunciation of the past experience reactions tense ending ed Middle Mastery 3 Senior Mastery 2:2 Business Series 6:2,3 Middle Mastery 3 Culture Senior Mastery 1 Culture Present perfect Simple past Present habitual Past habitual Questions Predicate adjectives Adverbs Senior Mastery 2 Grammar Business Series 1 Grammar Unit 12 Functions Topics Structures Pronunciation Focus Asking and giving opinions, agreeing and Opinions, social issues, TV Asking opinions The soft and hard [th] sounds to disagreeing with opinions, giving reasons, shows, censorship, ownership Expressing opinions social issues (agreeing and disagreeing), of handguns Agreeing/ Disagreeing seeing the other side Senior Mastery 8 Senior Mastery 11 Senior Mastery 12 Business Series 6 Business Series 8 Business Series 10 Senior Mastery 1 Culture Senior Mastery 11 Culture Senior Mastery 12 Culture Business Series 1 Culture Business Series 8 Culture Business Series 10 Culture Adjectives Master Pronunciation Speech Acts Senior Mastery 2 Grammar (additionally, see themes under Functions of this unit) Intro 4 Pronunciation Middle Mastery 1 Pronunciation Middle Mastery 2 Pronunciation 10
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