it’s nice to meet you
Alphabet; greetings and leave – takings; names and titles of address;
numbers 0-10, phone numbers, and email addresses.
ntroducing yourself and friends; saying hello and good-bye; asking for names and phone numbers.
Possessive adjectives my,your,his, her; the verb be; affirmative statements and contractions.
Listening for the spelling of names, phone numbers, and email addresses
Writing alist of names,phone numbers,and email addresses
“Famous classmates : Introducing yourself to new people
Possessions, classroom objects, personal items, and locations in a room.
Naming objects; asking for and giving the locations of objects.
Articles a,an,and the;this/these, it/they; plurals;yes/no and where questions with be; prepositions of place: In,
in front of, behind, on,next ro,and under.
Plural -s endings
Listeningfor thelocations of objects
Writing the locations of objects
“Find the differences”: Comparing two pictures of a room
Where are you from?
Cities and countries; adjectives of personality and appearance; numbers 11-103 and ages.
Talking about cities and countries; asking for and giving information about place of origin, nationality,first language,and age; describing people.
The verb be: affirmative and negative statements,yes/no questions, short answers, and Wh-questions.
Listening for countries, cities, and languages; listening to descriptions of people.
Writing questions requesting personal information.
“Board game”: Finding out more about your classmates.
Whose jeans arethese?
Clothing ; colors; weather and seasons.
Asking about and describing clothing and colors; talking about the weather and seasons; finding the owners
Possessives: adjectives our and their, pronouns, names, and whose; present continuous statements and yes/no questions; conjunctions and, but, and so; placement of adjectives before nouns.
The letters s and sh
Listening for descriptions of clothing and colors.
Writingquestions about what people are wearing .
“Celebrity fashions”: Describing celebrities’clothing.
What are you doing?
Clock time;times of the day; everyday activities
Asking for and telling time; asking
about and describing current activities
Time expressions: o‘clock,A.M.,P.M.,
noon, midnight,inthemorning/ aernoon/evening, at 7:00/nightl midnight; present continuous Wh-questions.
Rising and falling intonation
Listening for times of the day; listening to identify people’s actions.
Writing times of the day “Friends Across a Continent”:reading and online chat between two friends.
“What’s wrong with this picture?”: Describing what’s wrong with apicture ?