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slide 1: A D.R. © Macmillan Publishers S.A. de C.V. 2010 Pronunciation Vocabulary Grammar Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Functions Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Contents–Level 1 Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills InformatIon and research: understanding forms Language use: completing an online registration communIcatIon strategy: using polite language Language use: listening to a voicemail message recognIzIng cognates: online survey Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills Language use: talking about family LIstenIng for specIfIc InformatIon: an informal conversation u nderstand Ing the mechan Ics: capitalization and punctuation in sentences Language use: reading a celebrity biography thInkIng and probLem-soL vIng: categorizing Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills seLf-dIrectIon and LearnIng: understanding your learning style Language use: writing about yourself and your interests communIcatIon strategy: asking for opinions Language use: listening to a radio show recognIzIng cognates: magazine article Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills organIzatIon and pLannIng: managing your time understandIng the mechanIcs: writing complete sentences Language use: talking about interesting activities LIstenIng for specIfIc InformatIon: an interview Language use: reading a magazine article Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills thInkIng and probLem-soL vIng: establishing priorities Language use: writing an e-mail c ommun Icat Ion strategy: repeating directions to check understanding Language use: listening to a news report readIng for the maIn Idea: descriptions Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills seLf-dIrectIon and LearnIng: making personal change WrItIng sImpLe sentences: subject + verb + object Language use: talking to an old friend LIstenIng for numerIcaL InformatIon: online audio profles Language use: reading personal profles English around the World Page 7 What do You Do Page 17 Down Time Page 27 Day In Day Out Page 37 Here There and Everywhere Page 47 Different Strokes Page 57 Using classroom language Introducing yourself Asking for and giving personal details Spelling Leaving messages Asking for help Talking about jobs Talking about celebrities Talking about family members Talking about ideal careers Talking about likes and dislikes Talking about hobbies and interests Talking about your taste in movies Describing personality Talking about when things happen Describing weekday and weekend routines Talking about interesting or unusual activities Talking about the order and duration of events Describing events and festivals Talking about places and things to do in a city Describing your neighborhood Giving advice Asking for and giving directions Talking about different lifestyles Talking about your life right now and in general Describing what you do to help the environment Describing personal action plans Useful questions Ordinal numbers Personal information School subjects Interests Countries Months of the year Numbers Occupations Family members Adjectives for describing jobs Adjectives for describing employees Free time activities Personality adjectives like love hate prefer Everyday activities Types of movie Skills draw paint etc. Telling time Prepositions of time Routine and free time activities Time expressions in the morning every day etc. Days of the week Places and attractions in a city Locations and directions Adjectives for describing places probably/defnitely Lifestyle adjectives A green lifestyle Time expressions right now these days etc. be—statements and yes/no questions be—information questions Subject pronouns in + month on + date at + time What/Where/ When/How old … Words: two-syllable nouns Articles an and a Possessive nouns—’s and s’ be—information questions with Who What do you do What does he/she do sounds: third person -s Simple present— statements and yes/no questions Simple present— information questions Third person singular spelling rules be + adjective sounds: the alphabet Frequency adverbs Clauses with until before after How often … What time is it What time do you … there is/there are with some any several a lot many should Imperative for directions How do I get to the … How do I get there Present progressive Present progressive vs. simple present Spelling rules for –ing verbs Verbs not used in the progressive form: like know want need Words: days of the week Words: compound nouns Words: stressed verbs slide 2: C D.R. © Macmillan Publishers S.A. de C.V. 2010 Pronunciation Vocabulary Grammar Unit 7 Unit 8 Unit 9 Unit 10 Unit 11 Unit 12 Functions Unit 7 Unit 8 Unit 9 Unit 10 Unit 11 Unit 12 Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills coLLaboratIon: working as a group to do a task Language use: writing a reference communIcatIon strategy: showing interest Language use: listening to a review of a TV show readIng for the maIn Idea: horoscope Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills Language use: asking to try on clothes in a store LIstenIng for numerIcaL InformatIon: product ads WrItIng compound sentences: using and or but Language use: completing a survey thInkIng and probLem-soL vIng: making choices Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills organIzatIon and pLannIng: making a plan Language use: writing about a restaurant communIcatIon strategy: using phone language Language use: listening to and taking phone messages scannIng for specIfIc InformatIon: restaurant ads Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills InformatIon and research: taking notes on a text s equenc Ing and connect Ing Ideas: using frst then after that fnally Language use: talking about an experience understandIng the maIn Idea: informal conversations Language use: reading a survey Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills coLLaboratIon: brainstorming in a group Language use: writing a short biography communIcatIon strategy: taking time to think Language use: listening to a life story scannIng for specIfIc InformatIon: encyclopedia entry Reading Listening Speaking Writing lifeSkills seLf-dIrectIon and LearnIng: making a learning plan s equenc Ing and connect Ing Ideas: using frst then next after that fnally Language use: talking about resolutions understandIng the maIn Idea: an informal conversation Language use: reading a post You Have Talent Page 67 Shopping Around Page 77 Let’s Eat Page 87 Speaking of the Past Page 97 Great Lives Page 107 In the Near Future Page 117 Describing your own talents and asking about other people’s Describing people’s personalities Talking about abilities Talking about who can do what in a group Talking about shopping habits Talking about clothes Asking and answering questions in a store Talking about how much things cost Comparing different gadgets Talking about food and diet Leaving phone messages Making accepting and refusing invitations Ordering food in a restaurant Talking about restaurants Planning a meal Describing a trip Talking about positive experiences Describing things you did in the past Talking about memorable experiences Retelling the history of a city Asking for and giving biographical information about famous people Telling a family member’s life story Talking about historical fgures and events Describing defnite plans and arrangements Talking about favorite vacation destinations Talking about intentions and resolutions Talking about ways of improving your English Describing personal learning plans Making suggestions Personality adjectives Talents and abilities Adverbs of manner really very Languages Sports Clothes Adjectives for describing gadgets Things you buy in stores Adjectives for describing clothes Currencies Frequency expressions Events Food Ordering in a restaurant Meals of the day Phone language Types of restaurants Different ways of cooking food baked fried etc. Adjectives with -ed and -ing Memorable experiences Past time expressions Adjectives for describing trips and experiences Sequencing words Life events Historical events Occupations Phrases with go start/stop + gerund Time expressions tomorrow next month etc. Weekend plans Resolutions Activities to improve your English can/can’t—ability can/can’t with adverbs of manner Spelling rules for forming regular adverbs irregular adverbs sentence rhythm: emphasis with this that these those this that these those Comparative adjectives Singular and plural nouns It’s/They’re + adj Can I … Would you like to … How much is … sentence rhythm: weak to Count and noncount nouns with some any Verb phrases Let’s … How about … sounds: can/can’t Simple past—affrmative statements Simple past—questions and negative statements Spelling rules for simple past regular verbs Regular and irregular verbs Simple past with when clauses Object pronouns Regular and irregular verbs Present progressive as future going to Why don’t we/you... Words: -ed endings sentence rhythm: object pronouns Words: -ing verbs with -y Contents–Level 1

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