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Grade 12

Proficiency Description for the Four Skills


READING:
Students show good understanding of a variety of authentic reading material from the target cultures.
They show an ability to summarize and comment a paragraph of independent reading.
They can consult certain reference sources as appropriate. They cope readily with unfamiliar topics.

SPEAKING:

Students speak rather fluently and freely with good pronunciation and intonation.
They use a wide range of language in discussing about factual and non-factual material, developing an argument and giving reas
Their language is largely accurate with few mistakes of any significance.

LISTENING:

Students show good understanding of spoken accounts of contemporary culture and society of the target language concerning
They summarize and report on a range of concrete and abstract subjects.
They are able to recognize particulars of a spoken exchange when listening.
They draw inferences, recognize attitudes, emotions etc.
They need little repetition.

WRITING:

They express or justify ideas, opinions or personal points of view.


They develop the contact of what they have seen, read or heard.
They write multiple paragraphs essays in which spelling and grammar are generally accurate and the style is appropriate to th
They write independently on a range of factual and imaginative topics.

THE AIMS:
The English program for class 12 aims at:
Making students independent and able to do research in their field of interest
Teaching students complex reading, listening and writing techniques
Developing the critical thinking skills
Enabling students face the European standard tests

THE OBJECTIVES:

The English language program for class 12 has as its main objectives:
To develop the analytic and synthetic language skills in students making them able to skim and scan broader information conne
To enable students managing life situations easily by using the language correctly
To create in students the ability to compare and contrast different cultures
To encourage students use their critical reading and thinking skills
Communication
The students are able to analyze and think critically in different situations by using a complex language skillfully.
Students are also able to support their opinions by giving reasonable arguments.
The language standard is higher and students manage unknown situations.
Culture
The cultural awareness of students is higher and students are able to write and speak about famous people, values, compare,
Language
Students become more accurate in using the language, they become more fluent in the process of speaking.

Students are confident in using more difficult and complex grammatical structures when giving their opinions about matters t
Class 12 program is in accordance with B2 descriptors of CEFR.

34 WEEKS x 4 CLASSES/WEEK = 136 HOURS


PERCENTAGE SPECIFIED TABLES ACCORDING TO THE CURRICULA AND THE PROGRAMME
TOPICS
NEW TOPICS
REINFORCEMENT
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

HRS
96
40
8
7
8
12
5

Revisions
Tests
Projects
Writing Practises (w/p)
Grammar and Function Practices (gr/fp)

TOTAL

COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE


SUBJECT
NEW TOPICS
REINFORCEMENT
FUNCTIONS
NEW INFO
DEALING WITH THE NEW INFO
LANGUAGE STRUCTURES
NEW GRAMMAR STRUCTURES
REINFORCEMENT

136

90 hours
HRS
63
27
14 hours
10
4
32 hours
23
9

Chapters
Module 1

Objectives per chapter


ALL OVER THE WORLD

Weeks
Weeks
1

Students will be able to:


talk about places and holidays
learn to distinguish between permanent and
temporary situations and use appropriate tenses
learn to use appropriate tenses to link the past
with the present
learn how to write articles and e-mails
aquire skills and strategies that help them in exams
learn how to use nouns, quantifiers and articles
correctly
expand their vocabulary by learning lexical sets
related to people and places, adjectives describing
people and places, words easily confused etc

Module 2

BEYOND LIMITS

Students will be able to:


talk about crime and punishment and adventure
learn how to use appropriate tenses to talk about
past events and situations

learn how to make different forms of comperison


learn how to use question words correctly
expand their vocabulary by learning lexical sets
related to crime and punishment, strong adjectives,

words easily confused


learn how to write letters expressing their opinions
and stories
acquire skills and strategies that will help them in

exams
10

11

Module 3

WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS


Students will be able to:
12
talk about various aspects of modern life,life in the
future and environmental issues
learn how to refer to the future using appropriate
tenses

13

refer to possibilities and future or imaginary


situations and their results
learn how to express ability, obligation, permission,
prohibition,absence of obligation, certainty and
possibility, to make requests and deductions, and
to give opinion or advice using appropriate

14

modal verbs
expand their vocabulary by learning words easily

15

confused, collocations with set,nouns/verbs+ prep,


verbs starting with with re, phrasal verbs
become aware of differences between BE and AE
learn how to write a semi formal letter based on

16

prompts and an essay expressing their opinion


acquire skills and strategies that will help them in
exams
17

Module 4

SHOWBIZ

Students will be able to:


talk about fame,celebrities and various forms of art

18

learn how to define people,places, things and ideas


and give additional information about them
learn how to use infinitives and -ing forms
learn how to express critisism, absence of necessity,

19

possibility and make deductions in the past using


appropriate modal verbs
expand their vocabulary by leaening words easily
confused, adj. deriving from verbs and nouns using

20

appropriate phrases with in and out of /noun suffixes


learn how to write an informal letter based on
prompts and a review
acquire skills and strategies that will help them in

exams

21

22

23

Module 5

EXPRESS YOURSELF

Students will be able to:


talk about festivals, celebrations and various ways of
communication and conveying messages

24

learn how to emphasize an action rather the doer of


the action using the Passive Voice
express purpose, result and contrast using
appropritae clauses

25

learn how to use the cousative form


expand their vocabulary by learning words easily
confused, phrasal verbs, idioms, compound nouns
learn how to write an informal letter describing an
event and an essay expressing their opinion
aquire skills and strategies that will help them
in exams

26

27

28

Module 6

BODY AND MIND

Students will be able to:

29

talk about education,fitness, health and well being


learn how to report statements,questions,commands
and requests
learn how to refer to imaginary or unreal situations in
the past, make wishes and express regret
learn how to use inversion for emphasis
expand their vocabulary by learning adj+prep
expressions with come/get/put
learn how to write a letter of application and a report
aquire skills and strategies that will help them
in exams

30

31

32

33

34

entic reading material from the target cultures.


graph of independent reading.
ate. They cope readily with unfamiliar topics.

onunciation and intonation.


actual and non-factual material, developing an argument and giving reasons.
any significance.

of contemporary culture and society of the target language concerning factual and imaginative speech.
abstract subjects.
hange when listening.

ts of view.
or heard.
and grammar are generally accurate and the style is appropriate to the content.
ginative topics.

n their field of interest


ng techniques

ctives:
students making them able to skim and scan broader information connected with other subjects taught at school.
ing the language correctly
ast different cultures
hinking skills

different situations by using a complex language skillfully.


ng reasonable arguments.
nknown situations.

nts are able to write and speak about famous people, values, compare, judge different events and happenings.

they become more fluent in the process of speaking.

plex grammatical structures when giving their opinions about matters that do not necessarily relate to their everyday life.
of CEFR.

RRICULA AND THE PROGRAMME


PERCENTAGE (%)
70%
30%
20%
18%
20%
30%
12%
100%

%
70%
30%
70%
30%
70%
30%

Topic

Hrs
hours

PROJECT:

(vendosni temen e projektit)


groups, topic brainstorm
Unit 1
ON HOLIDAY / Reading 1
Voc& Grammar (present tenses) wbook ex
Listening and vocabulary (tourism)
Speaking (holidays and travelling)
exam practice /w.book exercises
Writing an e-mail
Writing/communication functions
Unit 2
THE PLACES TO BE/ Reading 2
Vocabulary ( make and do)
Vocabulary and Grammar (present perfect )
Listening for gist and vocabulary
Speaking / choosing between opinions
exam practice /w.book exercises
Writing an article/content and organisation
Writing an article/language and style
ROUND UP : Interrailing around Europe
examination practice
Listening and self assessment
Reinforcement: exercies /w. book
Written Test

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

PROJECT:

22

UNIT 3:

selecting the materials


CRIME AND PUNISHMENT/ reading 3

Types
Project

23

Vocabulary and grammar (past tenses)

24

Listening for specific information/vocabulary


Speaking

25
26

Com
1st hour

1st h

project

2nd h

UNIT 4:

Examination Practice/wbook exercises

27

Writing a letter to the editor

28

writing/brainstorming and outline


ADVENTURE /Reading 4

29
30

Vocabulary ;(take) (wbook ex)

31

Grammar; Past perfect tenses

32

Listening and vocabulary (words confused)


Speaking/speculating and making decisions

33
34

Examination practice and wbook exercises

35

Writing a Story /organisation

36

Writing a story / (time linkers)


ROUND UP: Extreme Sports

37
38

Listening and exercises

39

Self assessment

40

Reinforcement

41

Written Test

42

PROJECT: writing the outline

43

UNIT 5:

LIFESTYLES/ Reading 5 -future


Vocabulary / words easily confused

44
45

Grammar - future forms/time clauses


Listening and vocabulary

46
47

Speaking/help solve a problem


examination practice /w.book ex

48
49

Writing a semi-formal letter


writing/ communication functions/suggestions

50
51

UNIT 6: BUILDING THE FUTURE /reading 6


Vocabulary/ verbs+prepositions
Grammar- conditional sentences w.book ex
Listening for specific information

52
53
54
55

2nd h

3d h

Vocabulary / phrasal verbs (keep)/modal verbs


Reinforcement

56
57

Written test
Speaking /speculating and making decisions

58
59

exam practice , w.book ex


Writing an essay (content and organisation)

60
61

Writing (topic sentence)


ROUND UP: the time machine/ reading

62
63

exam practice/w. book ex


Listening and self assessment
Reinforcement

64
65
66

Written test (essay)

67

UNIT 7: FAME /reading- how celebrities spend .

68

vocabulary- words easily confused

69

Grammar -relative clauses/ w.book exercises

70

Listening and vocabulary

71

Speaking/ describing pictures

72

exam practice- w.book ex

73

Writing an informal letter (using prompts)

74

Writing (brainstorming)
UNIT 8: THE ARTS/ Reading for gist

75
76

Vocabulary -phrases with in and out of

77

grammar- inf/-ing ; w.book exercises

78

listening and vocabulary (nouns suffixes)

79

Speaking (options) and modal verbs

80

exam practice /w.book exercises

81

Writing a review (content and organisation)

82

Writing ( language focus)

83

3d h

4th h

ROUND UP : Reading

84

Examination practice (w.book exercises)

85

Listening and self assessment

86

Reinforcement: w.book exercises

87

Written test

88

PROJECT: Presenting the first draft

89

UNIT 9: CELEBRATIONS /reading- scaning a text

90

vocabulary- words easily confused/verb GO

91

Grammar -passive voice w.book exercises

92

Listening and vocabulary


Speaking/ speculating and making decisions

93
94

exam practice- w.book ex

95

Writing an informal letter (content and style)

96

Writing (editing)
UNIT 10: COMMUNICATION/ Reading for gist/guessing

5th h
4th h

97
98

Vocabulary -phrases with come

99

grammar- clauses of purpose, result


listening and vocabulary (parts of the body)
Speaking (pictures) and causative forms
exam practice /w.book exercises

100
101
102
103

Writing an opinion essay(content/ organisation)


Writing ( linking words)
ROUND UP : Reading
Examination practice (w.book exercises)

104
105
106
107

Listening and self assessment


Reinforcement: w.book exercises
Written test
PROJECT: Presenting drafts/editing

108
109
110
111

Group presentations

112

6th h
5th h
6th h

UNIT 11: THE MIND /reading-ESP: fact or fiction?


vocabulary- adjectives +prepositions
Grammar -reported speech/ w.book exercises

113
114
115

Listening for details and vocabulary


Speaking/ solve a problem/ reported questions
exam practice- w.book ex
Writing a letter of application (layout)

116
117
118
119

Writing (lsnguage and style)


UNIT 8: THE BODY/ Reading for gist/scanning
Vocabulary -lexical set (the body)
grammar- conditionals/3 ; w.book exercises
listening and vocabulary (phrasal verb bring)
Speaking (speculating) and inversion
exam practice /w.book exercises
Writing a report (content and organisation)

120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127

Writing ( outline)
ROUND UP : Reading -Boston University
Examination practice (w.book exercises)
Listening and self assessment

128
129
130
131

Reinforcement: w.book exercises


Reinforcement: w.book exercises
Written test
PROJECT: Group presenting

132
133
134
135

7th h
8th h

136

8th h

Group Presenting

7th h

hool.

everyday life.