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A2.2 A2.1
B1.2 B1.1

 

 

أهداف المستوى الأول A1 :

LEVEL A1 – INTERCHANGE 1 – CAMBRIDGE – 
 

UNIT 1 : Please call me Beth

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Introductions and greetings, names, countries and nationalities

,Introducing, exchanging personal information

Questions

Writing questions  requesting

 
 

UNIT 2: How do you spend your day?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Jobs, workplaces, and school, daily schedules, clock time

Describing, describing daily schedules

Simple present

Writing a biography of a classmate

 
 

UNIT 4 : Do you like rap

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Invitations and excuses, dates and times

Talking about  likes, dislikes, making invitations and excuses

Yes/no, questions with do,

Questions: what kind, object pronouns

Writing a text message

 
 

UNIT 5 : Tell me about your family

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Families

Talking about families, describing family life

Present continuous

Writing an e-mail  about family

 
 

UNIT 6: How often do you exercise?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Sports

Talking, about frequency

Adverbs of frequency: Questions: how often, how long, how well, and how well, short answers.

Writing about favorite activities.

 
 

UNIT 8: What’s your neighborhood like?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Stores and places in a city

Describing locations of places

There is/ there are

Writing a roommate wanted ad

 
 

UNIT 9: What does she look like?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Appearance and dress

Describing people s  appearance

Questions  for describing people

Writing an e-mail describing people

 

 
 
 LEVEL A2.1 – INTERCHANGE 1 – CAMBRIDGE – 
 
 

UNIT 3: How much is it?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Shopping end prices

Talking about prices, buying and selling things

Demonstratives

Writing a comparaison  of prices

 
 

UNIT 7: We had a great time

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Weekend  activities

Talking about past events

Simple past

Writing a postcard

 
 

UNIT 10: Have you ever ridden a camel?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Past experiences

Describing past experiences

Present perfect/present perfect vs. simple past/for and since

Writing a letter to an old friend

 
 

UNIT 11: Have you ever exciting place!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Cities

Asking about and describing cities

Adverbs before adjectives

Writing a magazine article

 
 

UNIT 12: It really works!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Health problems

Talking about health problems

Infinitive complements

Writing a letter to an advice columnist

 
 

UNIT 13: May I take your order?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Food and restaurants

Expressing likes and dislikes, agreeing and disagreeing

So, too, neither, and either, modal verbs

Writing a restaurant review

 
 

UNIT 14: The biggest and the best!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

World  geography and facts

Describing counties ,expressing opinions

Comparative and superlative forms

Writing an  article about a country

 
 

UNIT 15: I’m going to a soccer match

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Invitations and excuses

Talking about plans, making invitation, accepting and refusing invitations, giving reasons

Future with present continuous and be going to

Writing unusual favors

 
 

UNIT 16: A change for the better!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Life changes

Exchanging personal  information

Describing changes with the present tense, the past tense, the present perfect, and the comparative

Writing a proposal for a class party

 

 
 

LEVEL A2.2 – INTERCHANGE 2 – CAMBRIDGE – 
 

UNIT 1: A time to remember

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

People, childhood, memories

Introducing yourself

Past tense

Writing a paragraph about you’re your childhood

 
 

UNIT 2: Caught in the rush

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Transportation problems

Transportation problems, asking for and giving information

Adverbs  of quantity

Writing a letter of the editor

 
 

UNIT 3: Time for a change!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Lifestyle changes

Describing positive and negative, making comparisons

Evaluations and comparisons  with  adjectives

Writing an e-mail describing an apartment

 
 

UNIT 4: I’ve heard of that!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Food; recipes; instructions; cooking methods

Talking about food; expressing likes and dislikes; giving instructions

Simple past vs. present perfect; sequence adverbs

Writing a recipe

 
 

UNIT 7: What’s this for?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Technology; instructions

Describing  technology, giving instructions, giving suggestions

Infinitives and gerunds for uses and purposes, imperatives and infinitives for giving suggestions

Writing a note giving instructions

 
 

UNIT 8: Let’s celebrate!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Holidays; festivals; customs; celebrations

Describing holidays ,festivals, customs, and special events

Relative clauses of time, adverbial clauses of time: when, after, before

Writing  a travel guide

 
 

UNIT 9: Back to the future

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Life in the past, present, and future; changes and contrasts; consequences

Talking about change, comparing time periods, describing possibilities

Time contrasts, conditional sentences with if clauses

Writing a description of a person

 
 

UNIT 10: I don’t like working on weekends!

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Abilities and skills; job preferences; personality traits; careers

Describing abilities and skills, talking about job, describing personality traits

Gerunds; short responses; clauses; clauses with because

Writing a cover  letter for a job application

 
 

UNIT 16: What’s your excuse?

Topics

Speaking

Grammar

Writing / Reading

Requests; excuses; invitations

Reporting what people say, making requests, making  invitations and excuses

Reported speech: requests; reported speech: statements

Writing a voice mail message

 

 
 

LEVEL B1.1 – PASSAGES 1 – CAMBRIDGE – 
 

UNIT 1:Friends and family

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-What kind of person are you?

-Every family is different.

- Describing personalities

- Expressing likes and dislikes

- Describing personal change

- Stating advantages and disadvantages

- Talking about rules

-Verbs followed by gerunds

- Noun clauses after be

-Identifying the main idea in a paragraph

-Writing a paragraph about your most positive or negative quality

 
 

UNIT 2: Mistakes and mysteries

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-Life lessons

-I can’t explain it

- Describing rules and obligations in the past

- Giving advice about the past

- Speculating about past events

- Offering explanations about past events

 

-Past modals and phrasal modals of 

obligation

-Modals with multiple uses.

-Brainstorming topic sentences and supporting ideas.

-Writing a paragraph with dos and don’ts


 

UNIT 3: Exploring new cities

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-Popular destinations

-My kind of town

-Describing and giving information about places

-Stating preferences

-Presenting contrasting information

-Categorizing and evaluating issues

-Defining and non-defining relative clauses

-Order of modifiers

-Connecting contrasting ideas

 

-Organizing ideas with a mind map

-Writing a paragraph about a place you know

 
 

UNIT 4: Early birds and night owls

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-It’s about time

-Tossing and turning

-Describing routines and  habits

-Giving advice

-Explaining reasons and conditions

-Giving interpretations of meaning

-Reduced time clauses

-Clauses stating reasons and conditions

-Choosing the best topics sentence

-Writing a paragraph giving advice  on good habits

 

 

UNIT 5: Communication

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-Making  conversation

-It’s personal

-Describing types

-Talking about appropriate behavior

-Starting a conversation

-Making small talk

-Reporting what someone else has said

-Infinitive and gerund phrases

-Reported speech

-Keeping a  journal

-Writing your  reaction  to a piece of important news

 
 

UNIT 6: What’s the real story?

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-That’s some story!

 -Storytelling

-Presenting  information in chronological order

-Narrating news events

-Organizing and presenting topical information

-Present perfect vs. simple past

-Present perfect vs. present perfect continuous

-Adverbs with the simple past and past perfect.

-Putting events in order

-Writing  a narrative paragraph

 

 
 

UNIT 7: The information age

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-A weird, wired world

-Information overload

-Talking  about frustrating situations

-Participating in a debate

-Talking  about future trends

-Giving opinions

-Passive of present continuous, present perfect, future.

-Negative and tag questions for giving opinions.

- Writing a blog post

 

 
 

LEVEL B1.1 – PASSAGES 1 – CAMBRIDGE –
 

UNIT 8: Putting the mind of work

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-Exploring creativity

-Ideas that work

-Describing job qualifications

-Offering solutions to problems

-Commenting on facts

-Analyzing reasons

 

-Reduced relative clauses

-Non-defining relative clauses as sentence modifiers.

 

-Choosing when to begin  a new paragraph

-Writing  a composition about  a creative or unique person.

 

UNIT 9: Generally speaking

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-How typical are you?

-Problems and solutions

-Comparing customs and habits

-Presenting contrasting information

-Making generalizations

-Talking about past habits

-Clauses and phrases showing contrast and exception

-Past habitual with used to and would

-Identifying  supporting statements

-Developing  a paragraph with supporting statements.

 
 

UNIT 10: The art of complaining

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-That really bugs me!

-Let’s do something about it!

-Describing everyday irritations

-Describing complaining styles

-Making and responding to complaints

-Identifying  solutions to problems

-Giving advice

-Relative clauses and noun clauses

-Simple and complex indirect questions

-Writing  a letter of complaint.

 
 

UNIT 11: Values

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-How honest are you?

-Taking stock

-Discussing hypothetical situations

-Describing personal  characteristics

-Explaining decisions

-Present unreal conditional with unless, only if, and even if

-Wishes  and regrets

-Writing a thesis statement

-Writing  a four-paragraph composition about a happy memory or a regret

 
 

UNIT 12: Moving around

Topics

Functions

Grammar

Writing

-Culture shock

-Traveler or tourist?

-Comparing and contrasting customs

-Predicting the future

-Making hypotheses

-Giving advice

-Explaining preferences

-Future perfect and future perfect continuous

-Mixed conditionals

-Writing conclusions

-Writing a composition about living or  traveling  abroad