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Oxford English 5A Aug. 2005
Module 1: Getting to know you Module 2: Me, my family and friends Module 3: Places and activities Module 4: The natural world
Module 1 Getting to know you
Unit 1 Can I do this? Vocabulary: P2:cross, traffic light, wait P3:go out, dinner time P4:underground, station, wait for, drink, or, smoke, go out, sign, mean P5:make a noise, leave rubbish
Sentence structure: Can I/we…? Yes, you can. No, you cant. Dont…. No…. Which sign means…? What does this sign mean?
Functions: Asking about and recognizing common signs in English. Giving and responding to simple instructions, warnings and prohibitions. Asking for and giving/denying permission to do simple things.
Suggestions: 1. Make signs. 2. Role play. 3. Talk about common school prohibitions.
Vocabulary: P6:want, brush, glue, tape, a pair of scissors P7:French fries, BigMac, McChicken P8: have a picnic, sandwich, P9: rice, noodles, vegetables Unit 2 This is what I want
Sentence structure: Can I have some…? What do you want? What does he/she want? I/We want…,please. He/she wants…please. Ive/Weve/Theyve got….
Heres some…. Here are some…. There you are.
Functions: Asking about and expressing wants.
Suggestions: 1. Set up market stalls and play shop assistants and customers using shopping lists. 3. Find out what your friends have got for the school picnic or class party. 2. Find out the things they need to make some cards, wrap a present or post a letter.
Vocabulary: P10: uniform, need, new term, start P11: salt, flour(flower), bake P12: but P13: dear(expensive), cheap, buy,wear Unit 3 This is what I need Uncountable nouns: salt, sugar, butter, milk, flour, jam
Sentence structure: What do you/we need? What do you need for …? I/We need…. What does he/she need? He/She needs… Can I have …? Ive got…but I need…. …but….(the usage of the conjunction)
Functions: Asking about and expressing needs. Making simple comparisons between objects. Requesting things needed to complete a task.
Suggestions: 1. Discuss and make a list of necessary things for school/a picnic/a birthday party. 3. Show objects and ask the students to make simple comparisons between objects. 2. Discuss and make a list of ingredients needed to make fruit jelly/iced fruit tea.
Module 2 Me, my family and friends
Vocabulary: P16: way P17: come home, do homework, at half past… P18: chase mice(pl.), in the evening, at night, go outside Unit 1 Me P19: group
Sentence structure: What time do you…? I …at…./At….. What time does he/she…? He/she…at…. At…. What do you usually do at…?
Functions: Asking what people do regularly and when they do it. Talking about daily routine.
Suggestions: 1. Sing and act out the song on page Carry out a class survey on daily routines and write a report about the results of the survey. 2. Talk about and write about daily routine on Sundays 4. Write a little story about their pets daily routine.
Vocabulary: P20:clap, know, afraid, show, nod, shout, wave, hooray P21: full, angry, tired, sick P23: restaurant, menu, dessert, drinks, sausage, carrot, cabbage, potatoes, tea Unit 2 Are you happy?
Sentence structure: What do you like? What dont you like? I like…but I dont like…. Are you…or…? Is he/she…or…? Do you like the…one?
Functions: Describing and asking about peoples feelings briefly. Expressing likes and dislikes. Asking about likes and dislikes.
Suggestions: 1. Sing and act out the song on page Make a menu. 2. Role-play various feelings. 4. Use a menu and role-play discussing food preferences in a restaurant.
Vocabulary: P25: first, second, third, fifth, eighth, ninth, twelfth, twentieth, twenty-first, thirtieth, on the…of… P27: invitation, make an invitation Unit 3 A birthday party
Sentence structure: Whens your birthday? My birthday is on the first of May. My birthday is on May 1 st. Which…do you like? Which one? What am I doing?
Functions: Identifying what people are doing.(present continuous tense) Asking and giving a date.(days of the month) Asking about and expressing a preference.
Suggestions: 1. Students use a calendar to identify their birthdays. 3. Talk about birthday present preferences. 2. Carry out a survey to identify all the birthdays in the class. 4. Make a birthday party invitation.
6. Guess what the other students are doing. 5. Role-play the birthday party:giving and receiving a birthday present; making choices of food and drinks.
Module 3 Places and activities
Vocabulary: P31: hall, toilet(bathroom), fan, cupboard, hundred P33: timetable, subject, Science, Art and craft, Physical Education, Maths, Music, lesson, break, quarter, then P 34: tram Unit 1A day at school
Sentence structure: How many …are there…? Which subject do you like? What time do you …? At…. (a quarter past/to…) How do you go …? I go…by…. I run/walk/ride a bicycle to….
Functions: Asking and describing school life. Counting things up to one hundred. Expressing likes and dislikes about subjects. Talking about common modes of transport.
Suggestions: 1. Draw the floor plans of Wendys school. 3. Talk about and design their timetable. 2. Students talk about and write a description of their own school. 4. Discuss modes of transport to school.
Vocabulary: P35: too, pencil case P36: fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, note, money, count Unit 2 Lets go shoppping
Sentence structure: How much money have you got? Ive got…. Which one? The big blue one. Its too…. How much …? Excuse me.
Functions: Asking about and expressing likes, dislikes and wants. Talking about money and the price of things.
Suggestions: 1. Make bank notes and tell the other how much money they have got. 2. Students use their money and a price list to role-play shopping.
Vocabulary: P39: follow, rule, swimming pool, dangerous, play with P 41: North Country Park, South underground station, bin Unit 3 Follow the signs!
Sentence structure: Dont…. Which one means…? Why not?
Functions: Talk about signs and rules.
Suggestions: 1. Make signs for swimming pool and beach. 2. Write a story which invovles a family who follow and obey lots of signs in the course of a day out.
Sentence structure: Does it…? Can it…? Is it…? What …? What colour…? Where…?
Functions: Talking and writing about an animal in terms of name, appearance, habits and habitat. Read short animal poems and write their own poems.
Suggestions: 1. Guessing game: What animal do I like? 2. Students draw an animal they like and write a poem or a simple description for their picture.
Vocabulary: P47: ugly, cocoon, spell P48: insect, lay eggs, caterpillar, grow, become Unit 2 Butterflies P49: body, feeler, wing
Sentence structure: Lets look at/read…. I dont know. How do you spell that in English?
Functions: Talking about the life-cycle and changes of a butterfly. Asking and responding to questions about English (spelling). Talking about the butterflies they like and dislike.
Suggestions: 1. Play a spelling game. 2. Make a poster to identify the different parts of a butterfly. 3. Draw leaves, cocoons, caterpillars, butterflies and a sun, then use the pictures to demonstrate the life-cycle and changes of a butterfly.
Vocabulary: P50: place, Tiananmen Square,Yu Garden, West Lake, Li River, Ocean Park P 51: map, aquarium, shark, dolphin, diver, dive pool, seal, ocean theature Unit 3 Parks and places in China P52: catch a bus, sea, island, tower, high, brave
Sentence structure: I know. I dont know this place. Lets….
Functions: Know the English names of important places in China. Talking about geographical locations. Using Lets … to make simple suggestions.
Suggestions: 1. Show the students photographs of famous places in China: identify them and talk about them. 2. Students make a brochure to introduce different places in China to the tourists. 3. Write a similar story after reading the story on page 52.