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ТЕМАТИЧЕСКИЕ КАРТЫ ЦИКЛОВ УРОКОВ АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА В 4 КЛАССЕ
08.09.2012, 17:20

Unit 1. My summer favourites

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

HOLIDAYS.
What do you like doing in summer?
What holidays do you like?
What holidays won’t you forget?

Popular holidays places in Britain, the USA, Russia

1. About
your favourite activities, your favourite places
2. Functions

asking for information, giving information, describing holiday activities
3. Grammar
Structures
for revision:

Present, Past, Future Simple, modal verb should
4. New Lexical
Items
9

1. To
children’s talks about their favourite holidays and holiday activities
2. Listening
Skills listening for detail, listening for specific information, listening for the main idea
3. Grammar
Structures
for revision:

Present, Past, Future Simple

1. Poems for children, passages from The Snake That Went to School by L. Moore, Robert Louis Stevenson byС. O. Pear, The House on the Cliff by R. Dullas, stories Joey’s Surprise by P. Zollman, Sam’s Show and Tell by M. Morberg
2. Reading Skills
reading by transcription and by rules, guessing meaning by pictures, analogy, word formation, learning to translate, matching, reading for detail, reading for specific information, reading for the main idea, using a dictionary, note making
3. Grammar Structures
for revision:

Present, Past, Future Simple; word-building: suffix-i on
4. New Lexical Items
18 + 16 (Reader)

1. About
your favourite summer activities, your last holidays
2. All about me

My family’s summer favourites
3. Writing Skills

guided writing
4. Grammar Structures

for revision:

Present, Past, Future Simple, modal verb should

Unit 2. The animals I like

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

ANIMALS/ PETS. What are your favourite animals?
THE WORLD AROUND. What can you learn at the zoo?

Animals in the world, famous zoos:
Brookfield Zoo, the Moscow Zoo, the song
Who is afraid of a big alligator?
a book character — Peter Rabbit

1. About
your favourite animals/ their qualities
2. Functions
asking for information, giving information, describing animals, comparing
3. Grammar Structures
new:
degrees of comparison of adjectives
for revision:
to be, to have got, can, plurals of nouns
4. New Lexical Items

13

1. To
children’s talks about their favourite animals, songs for children, information about animals
2. Listening Skills

listening for detail, listening for specific information
3. Grammar Structures

new:
degrees of comparison of adjectives

1. Poems for children, passages from The Midnight Fox by B. Byars, The Tale of Peter Rabbit by B. Potter, A Kid’s Best Friend by V. Vail, stories The Class Zoo, A City Zoo by E. K. Cooper, information from the Kid’s guide to Washington D.C.
2. Reading Skills
reading by transcription and by rules, guessing meaning by pictures, analogy, word formation, reading for detail, reading for specific information, reading for the main idea, using a dictionary, note making
3. Grammar Structures
new: degrees of comparison of adjectives, word-building: compound words, conversion
4. New Lexical Items
30 + 8 (Reader)

1. About
different animals
2. All about me

My favourite animal
3. Writing Skills
spelling, guided writing
4. Grammar Structures

new:
degrees of comparison of adjectives
for revision:
to be, to have got, can, plurals of nouns

Unit 3. It’s time for me!

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

MY DAY. What time is it in your hometown? What’s the time? What does your parents tell you to do in the morning? Have you got any home rules? What are they? What is your school day like? Are you always busy? What do you usually have time for?
MY DAY OFF/MY WEEKEND. What are your weekends like? What will you do next weekend? What did you do last weekend?

Greenwich Mean Time/The Home of Time, time zones, sights: Big Ben, Times Square, the Kremlin, children book character — June the Prune, children’s game Mr Wolf! What’s the time?

1. About
what you usually do during the day, what you have (don’t have) time for, your home rules, time, what people tell you to do, what you and your classmates did last weekend, what you will do next weekend
2. Functions
asking and telling time, asking and giving information, telling someone (not) to do sth, saying what you hope will happen/giving reasons, talking about regular actions
3. Grammar Structures

for revision:
to be, have got, Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, must, cardinal numerals
4. New Lexical Items

39

1. To
people asking and telling time,
people telling someone else to do sth, stories about what people do/did at the weekend, children’s song and poem
2. Listening Skills

listening for the main idea/for detail/for specific information
3. Grammar Skills
Imperative, Impersonal sentences, to be, Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, must, cardinal numerals

1. A short story about history of clocks and watches, an extract from the book June the Prune by T. Tosi, a tale The Raccoons’ Bedtime by S. Mitch, a poem My Dog Is not Like Other Dogs by K. Nesbitt, a children’s song
A School day
by C. Read and S. Salaberri
2. Reading Skills
reading by transcription and by rules, guessing meaning by analogy, pictures, context, word formation, learning to translate; matching, ordering, evaluating, predicting, reading for detail/for specific information/for the main idea; using a dictionary
3. Grammar Structures
new:
Impersonal sentences (talking about the time), Imperative
for revision:
to be, have got, Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, must, cardinal numerals
4. New Lexical Items

44 + 8 (Reader)

1. About
your friends’ last weekend, your last weekend, what other people should do (writing instructions, requests, advice)
2. All about me

Our home rules
My day
3. Writing Skills

spelling, gap filling, transformation, making notes, guided writing
4. Grammar Structures
Imperative, Impersonal sentences (talking about time)

Unit 4. I like my school!

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

SCHOOL.
What is your school day like? What do you think of primary school? Are you scared to go to secondary school? Is secondary school cool?
SCHOOL ITEMS.
What have you got in your school bag?
SCHOOL SUBJECTS. What is your timetable like? What are your favourite subjects? Are you a model kid?
CLASSROOM.
What is there in your classroom?

Primary school, secondary school, assembly, registration, International Education Week, Webster’s Dictionary, Scouts, PB and J,
book characters — Stuart Little, Frankie, Humbert the alligator, children’s games I spy with my little eye ..., Please, Mr Crocodile,children’s song What are you doing?

1. About
your classroom, your school bag, your school day, what a model kid is like, what is happening in class, primary and secondary school
2. Functions
expressing agreement/disagreement, asking for/giving information, finding out about meaning, comparing, asking and talking about what is happening at the present moment, saying you are scared, talking about what happened in the past and what will happen in the future, giving advice
3. Grammar Structures
new: Present Progressive for revision:
Imperative, have got, there is/there are, Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple
4. New Lexical Items

24

1. To
children’s talks about their school, school bags, school timetable, favourite subjects, children’s songs and poems
2. Listening
Skills
listening for detail/for specific information/ for the main idea
3. Grammar Structures
Present Progressive, Present Simple, Future Simple

1. An extract from the book by E. B. White Stuart Little, an extract from the book by J. Blume Superfudge, a tale Good Morning, Farmer, a tale by B. Kirkbride I Will Be Your Friend, a poem by Ph. Bolsta Freddie the Dog, a story by C. J. Heck Frankie’s Lucky Day
2. Reading Skills
guessing meaning by analogy, pictures, context, word formation, making conclusions, comparing, matching, predicting grammar structures, reading by transcription and by rules of reading, learning to translate, sequencing; reading for the main idea/for detail/for specific information, using a dictionary
3. Grammar Structures
new:
Present Progressive
for revision:
Imperative, have got, there is/there are, Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple
4. New Lexical Items

31 + 6 (Reader)

1. About
your school, what is happening around at break time, what classmates are doing at an English lesson, a school timetable
2. All about me

My school bag
My classroom
My primary school
3. Writing Skills

spelling, guided writing, parallel writing, letter writing
4. Grammar Structures
new: Present Progressive for revision: Present Simple, Future Simple, to be, have got, there is/there are

Unit 5. The place that makes me happy

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

HOUSE/ ROOM. What is your house like? How tidy is your room? Have you made any changes in your room?
RELATIONS IN THE FAMILY. Do you keep your room tidy?
Are you happy when you are at home?

Different houses in Great Britain and the USA, popular toys (doll’s house), book characters — Sherlock Holmes, Robinson Crusoe

1. About
your house/ flat/room, activities about the house
2. Functions
asking for information, giving information, describing rooms, expressing surprise
3. Grammar Structures

new:
Present Perfect
for revision:
Past Simple, Present Progressive
4. New Lexical Items

14

1. To
children’s talks about their rooms/ houses, songs for children
2. Listening Skills

listening for detail, listening for specific information
3. Grammar Structures
new: Present Perfect
for revision:
Present Simple

1. Passages from The Tale of Two Bad Mice by B. Potter, The Speckled Band by A. Conan Doyle, The Doll’s House by K. Mansfield, Seven-day Magic by E. Eager, Robinson Crusoe by D. Defoe, Seema and the Magic Bird by J. Reid and J. Low, Mrs Piggle-Wiggle by B. MacDonald, The Freaky Facts Club by P. Zindel, a passage from the fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears
2. Reading Skills

reading by transcription and by rules, guessing meaning by pictures, analogy, word formation, understanding chronological order, reading for detail, reading for specific information, reading for the main idea, using a dictionary, note making
3. Grammar Structures

new:
Present Perfect, word-building: prefix re-
for revision:
prepositions of place
4. New Lexical Items

26 + 15 (Reader)

1. About
favourite places
2. All about me

Our house/flat
My room is always tidy (messy)
3. Writing Skills

spelling, guided writing
4. Grammar Structures
new: Present Perfect
for revision:
Present Simple

Unit 6. The place where I live

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

CITY/VILLAGE.
What is your city/ town like?
What is your village like?
What is there in your hometown?
What can you do there?
What makes your hometown special?
What do you know about Moscow?
SPARE TIME.
What do you like doing?

England, London: Hyde Park, the British Museum, London Zoo, Hamleys, Harrods; Scotland, Edinburgh: the Museum of Childhood, Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh Castle, Writers’ Museum, the Sherlock Holmes Statue, Waverly Shopping Centre; Russia, Moscow: Gorky Park, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, the Moscow Zoo; Lipetsk (Russia); the USA Washington: Rock Creek Park,
the Smithsonian, the National Zoo, Babylon (the USA), Spencerville, Disneyland, Teddy Bear’s birthday, Scholastic News, CBBC Newsround; Scottish writers: Robert Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Walter Scott, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle;
literary character:
Sherlock Holmes

1. About your city/town/village
2. Functions
asking for information, giving information, describing, asking about likes, expressing likes; giving orders saying you don’t know about something, thanking, requesting
3. Grammar
Structures
new:
prepositions of movement (up, down, across, out of, on, off); ordinal numerals
for revision:
Imperative, Present Progressive, prepositions: into, around, Present Simple, Present Progressive, degrees of comparison of adjectives, can; there is/there are, have got, like doing smth
4.
 New Lexical Items
29

1. To
children’s talks about their hometowns and their favourite activities
2. Listening
Skills listening for detail, listening for specific information
3. Grammar
Structures
new:
prepositions of movement (up, down, across, out of, on, off); ordinal numerals for revision: Imperative, prepositions: into, around; Present Simple, degrees of comparison of adjectives, can, there is/there are, have got, like doing smth

1. Poems for children; passages from Aunt Millie’s Handbag by E. Spinelli, Sparrow’s New Home by P. Miller, the Russian tale Three Kingdoms, children’s stories about their hometowns from Scholastic News, information from the Guide to Edinburgh
2. Reading Skills
guessing meaning by analogy, pictures, context; learning to translate; matching; reading for detail, reading for specific information, reading for the main idea, using a dictionary
3. Grammar Structures

new:
prepositions of movement (up, down, across, out of, on, off), ordinal numerals for revision: Imperative, prepositions: into, around; Present Simple, degrees of comparison of adjectives, can, there is/ there are, have got, like doing smth
4.
 New Lexical Items
33

1. About
your city/ town/village
2. All about
me My hometown is special
3. Writing
Skills
spelling, guided writing
4. Grammar
Structures
new:
prepositions of movement (up, down, across, out of, on, off), ordinal numerals for revision: Imperative, prepositions: into, around; Present Simple, degrees of comparison of adjectives, can, there is/there are, have got, like doing sth

Unit 7. My dream job

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

JOBS. What jobs do you like? What are you going to be? What are you good at? What can you do well? What do you like doing in your free time?
What are you going to do in the future?

Oxford, Talented kids Site, Wannado City (the USA), talented kids in Russia: Nastya Lukyanova, Alexander Loginov, Masha and Nastya Tolmachevy

1. About
your favourite jobs, what you like doing, what you are good at, what you are going to do in the future
2. Functions

asking for/giving information, saying you (do not) intend to do sth, asking if someone intends to do sth, expressing likes/dislikes, describing, saying you are able to do sth
3. Grammar
Structures
new:
to be going to, word-formation:
-er, -or
for revision:
Present Simple, Future Simple
4.
 New Lexical Items
17

1. To
children talking about their dream jobs, what they are good at, what they like doing, what they are going to do in the future
2. Listening
Skills listening for specific information
3. Grammar
Structures
to be going to, word-formation: -er, -or; Present Simple, Future Simple

1. An extract from the book by P. Scarry The Bunny Book, an extract from the book by L. Santrey Louisa May Alcott, Young Writer, an extract from the bedtime-story George or not?
2. Reading Skills
reading by transcription and by rules of reading, guessing meaning by analogy, context, pictures and word-formation, matching, giving reasons, reading for the main idea/for detail/for specific information, using a dictionary
3. Grammar Structures

new:
to be going to, word-formation:
-er, -or
for revision:
Present Simple, Future Simple, Present Perfect, ordinal numerals, prepositions of movement
4.
 New Lexical Items
23

1. About

your favourite jobs, what you like doing, what you are good at, what you are going to do in the future
2. All about me
My dream job
3. Writing
Skills
spelling, completing, making notes, guided writing
4. Grammar
Structures
new:
to be going to, word-formation:
-er, -or
for revision:
Present Simple, Future Simple, Present Perfect, ordinal numerals, prepositions of movement

Unit 8. The best moments of the year

Topics, situations

Intercultural Awareness

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing

SPARE TIME/FAVOURITE ACTIVITIES.
What’s on your calendar? Do you like picnics? What are school fairs for? Are school fairs fun? Do you want to be famous? What do you do to become famous?
HOLIDAYS.
What are you going to do on holidays? What do you think of summer camps? What camp did you go to last summer?

School fair, school newspaper, summer camp, Father’s Day, Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, Paris Disneyland, famous young actors in J. K. Rowling; the National Children’s Book week, Seven Stories — the Centre for Children’s books, Great Britain — Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, book characters — Superfudge, Anthony, Karrie, Russian tales: Morozko, The Scarlet Flower, The Golden Key, or Adventures of Buratino

1. About
your school summer fairs, famous children, holiday plans, what you are going to do in summer, what you can do in summer, summer camps
2. Functions
asking for/giving information, giving reasons, saying you (do not) intend to do smth, asking if someone intends to do smth, giving someone your general good wishes, comparing, giving information, expressing likes/dislikes, saying you are excited/bored
3. Grammar
Structures
for revision:
Imperative, Present Progressive, to be going to, Present Perfect, ordinal numerals, prepositions of movement
4.
 New Lexical Items
6

1. To
children talking about what is happening at a school fair, what has happened at a school fair, what they are going to do in summer, famous children
2. Listening
Skills
listening for detail/for specific information/ for the main idea, taking notes
3. Grammar
Structures Present Progressive, Present Perfect, to be going to, Present Simple

1. An extract from the book by J. Blume Superfudge, an extract from the book by P. Jennings The Spitting Rat, a story by B. Capozzoli Night Music, a comics after T. and P. LaBan, biography of J. K. Rowling, poems about street rules
2. Reading Skills
reading by transcription and by rules of reading, guessing meaning by analogy, context, pictures and word-formation, matching, making conclusions, comparing, giving reasons, evaluating, learning to translate, sequencing, reading for the main idea/for detail/for specific information, using a dictionary
3. Grammar Structures

for revision:
degrees of comparison of adjectives, Imperative, Present Progressive, Present Perfect, ordinal numerals, to be going to, possessive case, prepositions of movement
4.
 New Lexical Items
15 +3 (Reader)

1. About famous children, what you do at school fairs, most interesting events in your school, what makes some children happy, how you feel staying alone at home
2. All about me

I love school fairs
3. Writing Skills
spelling, completing, making notes, guided writing, letter writing
4. Grammar
Structures
for revision:
Present Progressive, Present Perfect, Imperative, to be going to, ordinal numerals, degrees of comparison of adjectives

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ЗНАКОМЬТЕСЬ: АФРИКА

ПОГОДА. ЧТО, КАК И
   ПОЧЕМУ?


ШКОЛЬНИКАМ О
   СЕВЕРНОМ СИЯНИИ


ГЕОГРАФИЯ.
   ЗЕМЛЕВЕДЕНИЕ. 6 КЛАСС


КОНТРОЛЬНЫЕ РАБОТЫ
   ПО ГЕОГРАФИИ


ТИПОВЫЕ ВАРИАНТЫ
   КОНТРОЛЬНЫХ РАБОТ
   В ФОРМАТЕ ЕГЭ


ПОДГОТОВКА К ЕГЭ
   ПО ГЕОГРАФИИ


АСТРОНОМИЯ В ШКОЛЕ

КАРТОЧКИ ПО
   АСТРОНОМИИ


ЭНЦИКЛОПЕДИЯ
   ШКОЛЬНИКА "КОСМОС И
   ВСЕЛЕННАЯ"


ЗАДАЧИ ДЛЯ ОЛИМПИАДЫ
   ПО АСТРОНОМИИ. 10-11 КЛАССЫ
   КЛАССЫ"


ПРОВЕРОЧНЫЕ РАБОТЫ
   ПО АСТРОНОМИИ


ОБЩЕСТВОЗНАНИЕ

ИНТЕРЕСНОЕ
   ОБЩЕСТВОВЕДЕНИЕ


ЧЕЛОВЕКОВЕДЕНИЕ
   ДЛЯ ШКОЛЬНИКОВ


РАБОЧИЕ МАТЕРИАЛЫ ПО
   ОБЩЕСТВОЗНАНИЮ.
   8 КЛАСС


ТЕМАТИЧЕСКИЕ
   КОНТРОЛЬНЫЕ РАБОТЫ
   ПО ОБЩЕСТВОЗНАНИЮ.
   8 КЛАСС


ПОДГОТОВКА К ЕГЭ

ТИПОВЫЕ ТЕСТЫ В
   ФОРМАТЕ ЕГЭ


ОСНОВЫ РЕЛИГИОЗНЫХ КУЛЬТУР И СВЕТСКОЙ ЭТИКИ

МАТЕРИАЛЫ ДЛЯ
   УЧИТЕЛЯ


ХРИСТИАНСТВО

ЖИТИЯ СВЯТЫХ
    В КАРТИНКАХ


ПУТЕВОДИТЕЛЬ ПО МИРОВОЙ ХУДОЖЕСТВЕННОЙ КУЛЬТУРЕ

БОГИ ОЛИМПА

ЗАНИМАТЕЛЬНАЯ
   МИФОЛОГИЯ


РУССКИЕ НАРОДНЫЕ
   ПРОМЫСЛЫ


ШКОЛЬНИКАМ О МУЗЕЯХ

СКУЛЬПТУРА

ЧУДЕСА СВЕТА

ДОСТОПРИМЕЧАТЕЛЬНОСТИ
   МОСКВЫ


ДОСТОПРИМЕЧАТЕЛЬНОСТИ
   САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГА



ИЗО В ШКОЛЕ

ОСНОВЫ РИСУНКА ДЛЯ
   УЧЕНИКОВ 5-8 КЛАССОВ


УРОКИ ПОШАГОВОГО
   РИСОВАНИЯ


РУССКИЕ ЖИВОПИСЦЫ


ФИЗКУЛЬТУРА В ШКОЛЕ

Я УЧИТЕЛЬ ФИЗКУЛЬТУРЫ

ИСТОРИЯ ОЛИМПИЙСКИХ
   ИГР


УРОКИ КУЛЬТУРЫ
   ЗДОРОВЬЯ


УПРАЖНЕНИЯ И ИГРЫ
   С МЯЧОМ


УРОКИ ФУТБОЛА

АТЛЕТИЧЕСКАЯ
   ГИМНАСТИКА


ЛЕЧЕБНАЯ ФИЗКУЛЬТУРА
   В СПЕЦИАЛЬНОЙ ГРУППЕ


УПРАЖНЕНИЯ НА
   РАСТЯЖКУ


АТЛЕТИЗМ БЕЗ ЖЕЛЕЗА


ТЕХНОЛОГИЯ В ШКОЛЕ

РАБОЧИЕ МАТЕРИАЛЫ ПО
   ТЕХНОЛОГИИ ДЛЯ
   ДЕВОЧЕК. 6 КЛАСС


УРОКИ КУЛИНАРИИ В
   5 КЛАССЕ


КАРТОЧКИ ДЛЯ
    ОПРОСА ПО ТЕХНОЛОГИИ. 5 КЛАСС


ПРАКТИКУМ ПО
   СЛЕСАРНЫМ РАБОТАМ


ВЫПИЛИВАНИЕ ИЗ ФАНЕРЫ


ЭРУДИТ-КОМПАНИЯ

МАТЕРИАЛЫ ДЛЯ УЧИТЕЛЕЙ

АФОРИЗМЫ

АФОРИЗМЫ ОБ
   ОБРАЗОВАНИИ


АФОРИЗМЫ ОБ УЧИТЕЛЕ
   И УЧЕНИКЕ


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