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F.long Term Plan. 7th Form

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F.long Term Plan. 7th Form
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  7 th  formDiscipline ManagementStatute of the disciplineCurricular areaFormNr. of content units per formsTotal number peryear CompulsoryLanguage and CommunicationVII3 content units   evolving from year to year 98 Note: A content unit is equivalent to a major teme of te !oreign Language I discipline Specifc Competences Indicators (SC) and sub competences (SC)Nr.Contents      H    o    u    r    s DateNotesSCSC   Unit I  ∗ Vocabulary Skillsand Community  Area # $ !ormulating simple questions andsentences in everyday life situationsappropriately using conversationalformulas% &escri'ing people (figure)eyes) nose) air*+ Identifying some everyday ver'aland non,ver'al courtesy norms infamiliar everyday life situationsreferred to te students- familiar environment # .articipating in simple oralcommunication (/it te teacer or colleagues* on familiar topics Lesson+  Appearance I  ∗  Reading and Spoken  Interaction 3 + 0electing from a te1t teinformation necessary to solve asimple tas2%3 3 &educing te meaning of unfamiliar /ords from te conte1t + # nderstanding te generalmeaning of a message delivered in aA Visit to teCountry  standard language of everyday lifeconversations) clearly articulated) andaccomplising more complicatedtas2s (arrange ) find and circle tell ) etc * ∗ Grammar  sing te   .ossessive Case .ossessive case in 45s6 and4of6construction as genitiveconstruction7e.ossessiveCase ∗ Written  Interaction $ + riting sort logically structuredand coerent te1ts a'out activities) people) events%&escri'ingAppearance  Initial  Evaluation , ritten cec2 of te 2no/ledge ands2ills aquired during te previous year ritten test paper  ∗  Spoken  Interactionand Community area # $ !ormulate simple questions ineveryday life situations appropriatelyusing conversational formulas%&escri'ing people (leg*+ Identifying some everyday ver'aland non,ver'al courtesy norms infamiliar everyday life situationsreferred to te students- familiar environment # .articipating in simple oralcommunication (/it te teacer or colleagues* on familiar topics Lesson#  Appearance II  ∗  Reading  # # &efining te teme of a te1t onte 'asis of its title and  or pictures/ic go /it it 3 + 0electing from a te1t teinformation necessary to solve ayAdventuresin teountains  simple tas2% + # nderstanding te generalmeaning of a message delivered in astandard language of everyday lifeconversations) clearly articulated) andaccomplising more complicatedtas2s (arrange ) find and circle tell ) etc * 3 3 &educing te meaning of unfamiliar /ords from te conte1t ∗ Grammar  ; 0ingularia 7antum nouns (ne/s)name suffi1 , go) etc<* and te.luralia 7antum (trousers) scissors)glasses* 0ingulariaand .luralia7antum ∗ Written  Interaction $ + riting sort logically structuredand coerent te1ts a'out activities) people) events%Annsuccessful=oliday ∗ Vocabulary Skillsand Community  Area # $ !ormulate simple questions ineveryday life situations appropriatelyusing conversational formulas%&escri'ing people (and*# .articipating in simple oralcommunication (/it te teacer or colleagues* on familiar topics Lesson3  Appearance III  ∗  Reading and  Spoken  Interaction 3 3 &educing te meaning of unfamiliar /ords from te conte1t # # &efining te teme of a te1t onte 'asis of its title and  or pictures/ic go /it it + # nderstanding te generalmeaning of a message delivered in astandard language of everyday lifer >ocester-sVisitors  conversations) clearly articulated) andaccomplising more complicatedtas2s (arrange ) find and circle tell ) etc * 3 + 0electing from a te1t teinformation necessary to solvedifferent tas2s% ∗ Grammar  ; sing .assive Voice) &egrees of Comparison and .repositions .assiveVoice &egrees of Comparison .repositions?  Written  Interaction $ # Informative /riting using logicalconnectors and lin2ing /ords%$ 3 @diting sort te1ts%0tory/riting rief summary ∗ Vocabulary Skillsand Community  Area # $ !ormulate simple questions ineveryday life situations appropriatelyusing conversational formulas%# .articipating in simple oralcommunication (/it te teacer or colleagues* on familiar topics Lesson$  Hygiene ?  Reading and Spoken  Interaction + $ &efining pieces of informationfrom a message%3 3 &educing te meaning of unfamiliar /ords from te conte1t # 3 >eading a te1t /it appropriatefluency) stress) intonation and sensegroups to demonstrate itscompreension%# B >estating a piece of informationon te request of te interlocutor%In te 0op

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Jul 23, 2017
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