Communicative Objectives

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A1.1
COMMUNICATIVE OBJECTIVES
SPOKEN INTERACTION
I can ask and answer simple personal questions, like “what’s your name? How
old are you? If the person speaks slowly and is very helpful.
I can ask how people are.
I can very simply ask for permission and help.
I can ask for and give the time.
SPOKEN PRODUCTION
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can
can
can
can
can
can
can
can

spell words in English.
use basic greeting and leave taking expressions.
give personal information.
very simply describe my favourite object.
very simply talk about my family.
use numbers.
very simply describe my and others’ daily routine.
very simply describe things that I and others love and hate.
LISTENING

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can
can
can
can
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can
can

understand
understand
understand
understand
understand
understand
understand

numbers.
simple words and phrases.
the days of the week and the months of the year.
classroom instructions.
different jobs.
times.
others’ personal information.
READING

I can get very specific information out of a written text.
I can recognize names, words and phrases I know and use them to understand
very simple sentences.
I can understand simple forms well enough to give basic personal details.
I can understand an e-mail in English.
WRITING
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can
can
can
can

complete charts and questionnaires with my and other’s personal details.
write a simple paragraph about my family.
write a simple paragraph about my and others’ lives.
write very simple sentences about everyday life in my country.

LANGUAGE FOCUS AND
VOCABULARY
Common words
Be: Names and countries
Be: Personal information
Numbers
Days of the week
Classroom instructions
The alphabet
Present Simple questions
Present Simple positive and negative
Activity verbs and adverbs of
frequency
Plurals
This/That, These/Those
Have got
Possessives
Saying hello and good bye
Everyday activities
Jobs
Family vocabulary
Daily routines
Describing towns and cities

A1.2
COMMUNICATIVE OBJECTIVES
SPOKEN INTERACTION
I can buy a train/bus/plane ticket.
I can ask and answer questions about what I and others have for breakfast,
lunch and dinner.
I can order food and drink in a restaurant.
I can ask for and give very simple information about things I and others did in
the past.
I can interview others about arts and entertainment.
I can arrange a night out.
SPOKEN PRODUCTION
I can very simply describe where I live.
I can talk about my and others’ favourite foods.

I can describe the differences between two pictures.
I can very simply describe what I did in the past.
I can very simply describe my favourite book or movie.
LISTENING
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can
can
can
can

understand
understand
understand
understand

people talking about food.
dates and past time phrases.
prices.
the sequence of events of a story.
READING

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can
can
can
can

get very specific information out of a written text in past.
follow instructions from a recipe.
match headings to the correct paragraphs.
get important details about somebody’s life out of a written text.
WRITING

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can
can
can
can
can
can
can

complete a survey about transport.
write a simple paragraph about things I can and can’t do in my city.
complete an immigration form.
write about a normal breakfast, lunch and dinner.
write a recipe.
write simple sentences about famous people.
write my biography.
LANGUAGE FOCUS AND
VOCABULARY

Can/Can’t
Articles
Food/Countable and uncountable
nouns
Past Simple: was/were
Past Simple: regular and irregular
verbs
Past Simple: negative forms
Past Simple: questions
Years, decades and centuries
Describing films

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