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Form VIII: total 68 hours:

Specific Competence Indicators (SCI) and


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Term 1 32
Unit I Your Daily Challenges 7
Lesson 1 On vacation 2
Spoken 2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a Talking about summer
Interaction familiar topic and producing responses to activities:
simple direct questions, repeated or Ex.1,2p.4
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages (adapting simple lexis to
certain conversational situations;
beginning, maintaining and closing
conversations; using simple logical
connectors: and, but, because, etc).
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Text: How I went White-
of a non-literary text. water Rafting
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a letter about
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and summer vacation
imaginary scenery.
2.Knowledge and respect of the norms of
written communication on the topic
referred to the students everyday life
(personal letter).
Grammar Using Simple Tenses. Simple Tenses.
Integrated Skill 6.Comparing interests and hobbies of Cultural Note: p.6
Combinations teenagers from English-Speaking
countries and Moldova.
Lesson 2 Blackboard vs Computer 1
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Talking about role of
an oral message. computers in our daily life
Ex.5 p.7

Spoken 2.2.Describing personal experience, Talking about school life:


Interaction school experiences, events, undertaken Ex.1,2p.6
activities, intentions and projects.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Text: Six thinking Hats :
texts (letter) on the topic referred to the Ex.4p.6
students immediate environment.
3.3.Identifying relations among the
characters of various texts (familiar,
friendly, official).
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Grammar Using prepositions. Prepositions: Ex.7p.10
Culture 1.Identifying and respecting the norms of Info Box: p.9
verbal and non-verbal communication Writing a personal letter:
while interacting orally and in written Ex.2p.10
form.
2.Knowledge and respect of the norms of
written communication on the topic
referred to the students everyday life
(personal letter).
8.Describing teenage interests and
hobbies.
Comparison 1.Comparing structures and forms of texts Writing a personal letter:
Area referred to everyday life (personal letter) Ex.2p.10
from English-Speaking countries and
Moldova.
Lesson 3 Handicraft Lesson 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Song: Unhappy Housewife:
message related to a current situation. The Ex.6p.12p.
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance (household chores).
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about Handicrafts
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students Lessons:
immediate environment. Ex.1,2,3,5p.11-12
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar Ex.7p.13
words from the context.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a description of one
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and of the lessons:
imaginary scenery. Ex.2p.13
4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing a detailed
undertaken activities and personal explanation of actions:
experiences. Ex.1p.13
Grammar Using Collective Nouns. Collective Nouns: p.13
Lesson 4 On Vacation 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Text: How I Went White-
message related to a current situation. The Water Rafting:
message is presented clearly. Ex.3p.14
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about vacations:
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students Ex.1,2,5p.14-16
immediate environment.
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.3.Describing personal objects, people
from the students immediate
environment, life conditions, familiar
places, using a set of simple familiar
phrases and expressions.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Text: Uncle Johns Farm:
characters of various texts. Ex.4p.15
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a description of
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and summer or winter holidays:
imaginary scenery. E.2p.16
Grammar Using Simple Tenses. Simple Tenses.
Culture 4.Knowledge of literary texts which Text: Uncle Johns Farm:
belong to the culture of English-Speaking Ex.4p.15
countries.
Lesson 5 Computers in Our Life 1
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about computers in
Interaction a familiar topic. our everyday life:
2.3.Describing personal objects from the Ex.1,5p.17,19
students immediate environment, using a
set of simple familiar phrases and
expressions.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a
predictable familiar topic. The
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Text: The Fun They Had:
characters of various texts (familiar, Ex.2p.17
friendly, official).
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing about the advantages
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and and disadvantages of a
imaginary scenery. mechanical teacher: Ex.6p.19
Grammar Using Introductory it and there. Introductory it and there:
Ex.4,5p.19
Culture 4.Knowledge of literary texts which Text: The Fun They Had:
belong to the culture of English-Speaking Ex.2p.17
countries.
11.Knowledge of famous people (theatre, Info Box: p.17
science, literature) from English-Speaking
countries.
Lesson 6 Round Up 1
Practical - Testing the level of written and /or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.
Initial Evaluation - Testing the knowledge and skills Diagnostic Test-Paper 1
acquired in the course of the previous
year.
Unit II Lifestyle 7
Lesson 1 Heroes of Our Time 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Text: The Century Heroes:
message related to a current situation. The Ex.6p.24
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.3.Identifying the logical order of
passages in an oral message.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about famous people
Interaction a familiar topic referred the students of the world:
immediate environment. Ex.1,2,3,p.23
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.3.Describing people from the students
immediate environment, using a set of
simple familiar phrases and expressions.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.4p.24
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing a description of a
Interaction undertaken activities and personal person:
experiences. Ex.5p.24
4.4.Editing logically structured Writing a biography of a
biographies of real characters, using a set famous person:
of familiar words and expressions. Ex.1p.25
Culture 11.Knowledge of famous people from Ex.6p.24
English-Speaking countries.
Integrated 1.Correctly writing and pronouncing units Info Box: p.25
Skill of measure.
Combinations
Community 3.Identifying the main features of the Cultural Note: p.24
Area target language society and certain
important aspects of everyday life in
English-Speaking countries.
Lesson 2 Cut from the Original Cloth 1
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about Clothes:
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and Ex.1,2,7p.26,28
situations from the students immediate
environment.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.3p.26
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a description of a
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and Moldovan national dress:
imaginary scenery. Ex.2p.28
4.2.Editing functional texts.
Culture 2.Knowledge and respect of the norms of Info Box: p.28
written communication on the topic
referred to the students everyday life
(personal letter).
Comparison 3.Comparing objects and ways of Ex.2p.28
Area expressing feelings and emotions,
preferences, tastes and intentions.
Lesson 3 A Model Millionaire 2
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Ex.5p.31
an oral message.
Spoken 2.2.Describing personal experience, Talking about being rich,
Interaction events, undertaken activities, intentions poor and charitable:
and projects. Ex.1,2,6p.29,31
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Text: A Model Millionaire:
of a non-literary text. Ex.3p.29
3.3.Identifying relations among the
characters of various texts (familiar,
friendly, official).
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Grammar Using proper Word Order in Special Word Order in Special
Questions. Questions.
Culture 4.Knowledge of literary texts which Text: A Model Millionaire:
belong to the culture of English-Speaking Ex.3p.29
countries.
11.Knowledge of famous people from Info Box: p.29
English-Speaking countries.
Lesson 4 Lots of Zeroes 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.5p.34.
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.2.Describing personal experience, Talking about being a
Interaction school experiences, events, undertaken millionaire:
activities, intentions and projects. Ex.2,4p.32-33
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Ex.3p.32
characters of various texts.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Ex.7p.34
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and
imaginary scenery.
Grammar Using Indefinite Pronouns. Indefinite Pronouns:
Ex.6p.34
Culture 1.Identifying and respecting the norms of Do You Know That? p.33
verbal and non-verbal communication
while interacting orally and in written
form.
6.Describing national holidays, customs,
traditions specific to English-Speaking
countries.
Community 2.Identifying cultural and historical Info Box: p.34
Area symbols from the English-Speaking
countries.
Lesson 5 Body Image 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.6p.36
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.4.Identifying the subject of a discussion
between native speakers. The discussion is
presented slowly and clearly.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about self-
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students acceptance:
immediate environment. Ex.1,2,4p.35-36
Reading 3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar Ex.3p.35
words from the context.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing about strengths and
Interaction undertaken activities and personal weaknesses:
experiences. Ex.5p.37
4.4.Editing logically structured Writing a short description of
biographies of imaginary characters, using an ideal personality:
a set of familiar words and expressions. Ex.2p.37
Grammar Using Reflexive and Emphatic Pronouns. Reflexive and Emphatic
Pronouns: Ex.1p.37
Lesson 6 Round Up 1
Practical - Testing the level of written and /or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge and Test-Paper n1 1
skills acquired while studying this unit.
Unit III At Leisure 7
Lesson 1 Cinema the Seventh Art of 1
the World
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Ex.5,6p.42
an oral message.
1.5.Identifying relations between the
interlocutors of a conversation.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about cinema:
Interaction a familiar topic. Ex.1,3p.41
2.3.Describing familiar places, using a set
of simple familiar phrases and
expressions.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Ex.2p.41
texts on the topic referred to the students
immediate environment.
Written 4.4.Editing logically structured Writing about the students
Interaction biographies of real characters, using a set favourite actor or actress:
of familiar words and expressions. Ex.4p.42
Grammar Using Relative Pronouns. Relative Pronouns:
Ex.6p.61, Ex.2p.43
Lesson 2 Truly, Madly, Deeply 1
Listening 1.6.Identifying key words and expressions, Song: Truly, Madly,
related to the topic of immediate Deeply:
importance. Ex.6p.46
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on 1.Talking about music:
Interaction a familiar topic. Ex.1,4,5p.44-45
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a 2.Presenting favourite kinds
familiar topic and producing responses to of music:
simple direct questions, repeated or Ex.1p.46
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a
predictable familiar topic. The
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
Grammar Using the Simple and Continuous Tenses. The Simple and Continuous
Tenses: Ex.7,2p.46
Culture 1.Identifying and respecting the norms of Cultural Notes: p.44
verbal and non-verbal communication
while interacting orally and in written
form.
9.Identifying and describing musical
genres.
Lesson 3 A Sound Mind in a Sound 1
Body
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Text: Sports in British
an oral message. Schools:
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions, Ex.4p.48
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about sport:
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and Ex.1,2p.47
situations from the students immediate
environment.
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.3.Describing personal objects, people
from the students immediate
environment, life conditions, familiar
places, using a set of simple familiar
phrases and expressions.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.2p.47
of a non-literary text.
3.3.Identifying relations among the
characters of various texts.
Grammar Using Tenses and Passive Voice. Ex.6,7,2p.49
Culture 6.Describing national holidays, customs, Info Box: p.48
traditions specific to English-Speaking
countries.
Lesson 4 Travelling to the World of 2
Stars
Spoken 2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a Talking about the Universe,
Interaction familiar topic and producing responses to stars and planets:
simple direct questions, repeated or Ex.1,2,7p.51-52
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Text: To the Moon:
of a non-literary text. Ex.3p.51
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing an essay about a
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and planet:
imaginary scenery. Ex.2p.52
4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events,
undertaken activities and personal
experiences.
Lesson 5 Great Explorers 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Text: Christopher
message related to a current situation. The Columbus:
message is presented clearly. Ex.5p.54
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.3.Describing great explorers, using a set Talking about great
Interaction of simple familiar phrases and explorers:
expressions. Ex.1,5p.53-54
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Text: Magellan:
texts (letters, brochures, short articles from Ex.2p.53
the press) on the topic referred to the
students immediate environment.
3.2.Defining the form and logical structure
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Ex.4p.53
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and
imaginary scenery.
Culture 10.Describing important events which take Ex.5,6,8p.54-55
place in English-Speaking countries.
11.Knowledge of famous people from
English-Speaking countries.
Lesson 6 Round Up 1
Practical - Testing the level of written and /or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge and Test-Paper n2 1
skills acquired while studying this unit.
Unit IV Pulse of Life 7
Lesson 1 Folk Songs 2
Listening 1.6.Identifying key words and expressions, Ex.6p.61
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.2.Describing personal experience, Talking about folk songs and
Interaction school experiences, events, undertaken their multinational character:
activities, intentions and projects. Ex.1,2,3p.59
2.3.Describing personal objects, people
from the students immediate
environment, using a set of simple
familiar phrases and expressions.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing a letter: Ex.2p.61
Interaction undertaken activities and personal
experiences.
Grammar Using Attributive and Predicative Attributive and Predicative
Adjectives. Adjectives: Ex.7p.61
Using The Present Indefinite Tense. The Present Indefinite Tense.
Culture 9.Identifying and describing musical
genres.
Lesson 2 Folktales 1
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Listening to a poem:
an oral message. Ex.6p.64
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about myths, legends
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and and folktales:
situations from the students immediate Ex.1p.62
environment.
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to Ex.5p.64
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Text: Prometheus: Ex.3p.63
of a non-literary text.
3.5.Identifying details from functional
texts.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Ex.1p.64
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and
imaginary scenery.
Grammar Using Participle Adjectives. Participle Adjectives:
Ex.2p.62
Lesson 3 Art Is Power 1
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Ex.5p.67
an oral message.
Spoken 2.2.Describing personal experience, Talking about art and various
Interaction school experiences, events, undertaken art techniques:
activities, intentions and projects. Ex.1p.65
2.5.Producing short announcements on a Ex.2p.65
predictable familiar topic. The
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Text: Art for Hearts Sake:
characters of various texts (familiar, Ex.3p.66
friendly, official).
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Ex.7,1p.67
Interaction
Lesson 4 Photography 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.5p.70
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.3.Identifying the logical order of
passages in an oral message.
Spoken 2.2.Describing personal experience, Talking about photography:
Interaction school experiences, events, undertaken Ex.1,2,4,6p.68-70
activities, intentions and projects.
2.3.Describing personal objects, people
from the students immediate
environment, using a set of simple
familiar phrases and expressions.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar Ex.3p.69
words from the context.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Ex.7,2p.70
Interaction
Culture 8.Describing teenage interests and Ex.2p.68
hobbies.
Comparison Area 6.Comparing interests and hobbies of
teenagers from English-Speaking
countries and Moldova.
Final Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge and Winter Term Test-Paper 1
skills acquired in the course of this term.
Lesson 5 The Right to Know 1
Listening 1.2.Understanding the general meaning of Text: A Beginner on the
an oral message. Paper:
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions, Ex.2p.71
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about the Mass
Interaction a familiar topic. Media:
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a Ex.1,3,4,7p.71-73
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a
predictable familiar topic.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Ex5p.72
texts (letters, brochures, short articles from
the press) on the topic referred to the
students immediate environment.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Ex.8p.73
Interaction undertaken activities and personal
experiences.
Culture 7.Describing various kinds of the Mass Word Guide: p.71
Media.
Comparison 4.Comparing various kinds of the Mass
Area Media in English-Speaking countries and
in Moldova.
Community 1.Identifying and describing various kinds Word Guide: p.71
Area of the Mass Media in English-Speaking
countries and in Moldova.
Lesson 6 Round Up 1
Practical - Testing the level of written and/or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.
Term 2 36
Unit V Celebrations 10
Lesson 1 Holidays 2
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Text: The Vase:
message related to a current situation. The Ex.3p.77
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about holidays and
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and presents:
situations from the students immediate Ex.1,7p.77-79
environment.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Dialogues: A Street
of a non-literary text. Incident:
3.3.Identifying relations among the Ex.6p.79
characters of various texts.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing a paragraph about a
Interaction undertaken activities and personal festivity:
experiences. Ex.2p.79
Grammar Using Sequence of Tenses and Reported Sequence of Tenses and
Speech. Reported Speech: Ex.6p.79
Culture 6.Describing national holidays, customs, Ex.4p.77
traditions specific to English-Speaking Info Box: p.78
countries.
Comparison 2.Comparing specific vocabulary, verbal Info Box: p.78
Area formulas of politeness for oral and written
communication used in English-Speaking
countries and in Moldova.
5.Comparing traditional holidays in
English-Speaking countries and in
Moldova.
Community 2.Identifying cultural and historical Info Box: p.79
Area symbols from the English-Speaking
countries.
3.Identifying the main features of the
target language society and certain
important aspects of everyday life in
English-Speaking countries.
Lesson 2 Mothers Day 2
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about celebrating
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students Mothers Day:
immediate environment. Ex.1,3,4,5p.80-82
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Text: How We Kept
characters of various texts (familiar, Mothers Day:
friendly, official). Ex.2p.80
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Writing a personal letter:
Interaction Ex.1p.82
Grammar Using Articles. Articles: Ex.2p.82, Ex.7p.82
Culture 4.Knowledge of literary texts which Text: How We Kept
belong to the culture of English-Speaking Mothers Day:
countries. Ex.2p.80
6.Describing national holidays, customs, Cultural Note: p.82
traditions specific to English-Speaking
countries.
7.Describing various kinds of the Mass
Media.
Comparison 5.Comparing traditional holidays in Cultural Note: p.82
Area English-Speaking countries and in
Moldova.
Lesson 3 Presents and Wishes 3
Listening 1.6.Identifying key words and expressions, Ex.3p.84
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about buying and
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and getting presents:
situations from the students immediate Ex.1,2p.83
environment.
2.3.Describing personal objects, people
from the students immediate
environment, life conditions, familiar
places, using a set of simple familiar
phrases and expressions.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.6p.85
of a non-literary text.
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Ex.7p.85
Interaction undertaken activities and personal
experiences.
Grammar Using Conditional Sentences. Conditional Sentences:
Ex.3,4p.84
Culture 3.Identifying and using the formulas of
politeness (verbal and non-verbal)
according to the interlocutors age,
position and social status in the course of
social and cultural activities.
Comparison 5.Comparing traditional holidays in Cultural Note: p.85
Area English-Speaking countries and in
Moldova.
Lesson 4 School Traditions 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.2p.86
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.5.Identifying relations between the
interlocutors of a conversation.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about school
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students traditions:
immediate environment. Ex.1,3p.86
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a Role playing:
predictable familiar topic. The Ex.4p.87
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
Reading 3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar Ex.5p.88
words from the context.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Writing a modern version of
Interaction a tale: Ex.2p.88
Culture 11.Knowledge of famous people (theatre, Ex.5p.88
science, literature) from English-Speaking
countries.
Lesson 5 City / Town / Village Day 1
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about city / town /
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students village and countryside
immediate environment. traditions:
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a Ex.1,3,4,5,6p.89-91
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Text: The Village Museum:
texts (letters, brochures, short articles from Ex.2p.89
the press) on the topic referred to the
students immediate environment.
3.5.Identifying details from functional
texts.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Making up a programme of
Interaction events: Ex.7p.91
Grammar Using Conditional Sentences. Conditional Sentences:
Ex.2p.91
Lesson 6 Round Up 1
Practical - Testing the level of written and/or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge and Test-Paper n3 1
skills acquired while studying this unit.
Unit VI My Home Country 10
Lesson 1 Do You Know Much about 2
Moldova?
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.5p.97
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
Spoken 2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a Talking about Moldova, its
Interaction familiar topic and producing responses to political structure and
simple direct questions, repeated or symbols:
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor. Ex.1,6,7p.95-97
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.2p.96
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing a letter to a pen-
Interaction undertaken activities and personal friend:
experiences. Ex.2p.97
Grammar Using Impersonal Sentences one+modal
verb.
Culture 10.Describing important events which take Info Box: p.97
place in English-Speaking countries.
Community 2.Identifying cultural and historical Info Box: p.96
Area symbols from the English-Speaking Cultural Note: p.96
countries.
Lesson 2 Economic and Social Life 2
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about natural
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and resources and economic
situations from the students immediate development:
environment. Ex.1,2p.98
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Text: Britain of Today Is
of a non-literary text. Wealthier, but More
Miserable: Ex.4p.99
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a story about recent
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and changes in Moldova:
imaginary scenery. Ex.2p.100
Grammar Using Inversion. Grammar Focus: p.98
Using Passive Voice.
Integrated Skill 2.Understanding the general meaning of Ex.4p.99
Combinations an informative text referred to the natural
riches of English-Speaking countries.
Community 3.Identifying the main features of the Ex.4p.99
Area target language society and certain
important aspects of everyday life in
English-Speaking countries.
Lesson 3 National Heritage 2
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.4p.102
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about cultural
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and monuments and historical
situations from the students immediate places in Moldova:
environment. Ex.1,3p.101, Ex.1p.103
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Text: Reminiscences of and
of a non-literary text. Old Teacher:
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar Ex.2p.101
words from the context. Ex.8p.103
3.5.Identifying details from functional
texts.
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a description of a
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and historic place:
imaginary scenery. Ex.2p.103
Grammar Using the Complex Object. Complex Object: Ex.7p.102
Culture 5.Describing monuments of English- p.112
Speaking countries.
Lesson 4 Home Sweet Home 2
Listening 1.6.Identifying key words and expressions, Ex.6p.106
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about museums and
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and their exhibits:
situations from the students immediate Ex.1,2,3p.104
environment. Ex.1p.106
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Text: A Family Affair:
characters of various texts. Ex.5p.105
3.4.Deducing the meaning of unfamiliar
words from the context.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing about a museum and
Interaction undertaken activities and personal its exhibits: Ex.2p.106
experiences.
Integrated 4.Editing an informative text referred to Ex.4p.105
Skill historical monuments from English-
Combinations Speaking countries.
Community 3.Identifying the main features of the p.112
Area target language society and certain
important aspects of everyday life in
English-Speaking countries.
Lesson 5 East or West Home Is Best 1
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Text: A Chippewa Tale:
message related to a current situation. The Ex.5p.109
message is presented clearly.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on 1.Talking about family
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and traditions in Moldova:
situations from the students immediate Ex.1p.109
environment.
2.3.Describing personal objects, people 2.Talking about cultural
from the students immediate riches and beautiful
environment, life conditions, familiar landscapes:
places, using a set of simple familiar Ex.1,2p.107
phrases and expressions.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
Reading 3.3.Identifying relations among the Text: A Family Affair:
characters of various texts. Ex.6p.109
Written 4.1.Editing certain logically structured Writing a composition about
Interaction descriptions of objects, places, real and Moldova:
imaginary scenery. Ex.2p.109
4.4.Editing logically structured Writing a critical review:
biographies of real and imaginary Ex.3p.108
characters, using a set of familiar words
and expressions.
Lesson 6 Round Up 1
Practical - Testing the level of written and /or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.
Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge and Test-Paper n4 1
skills acquired while studying this unit.
Unit VII Save Our Crowded Planet! 13
Lesson 1 Friends of the Earth, Unite! 2
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Song: What Have They
message related to a current situation. The Done to the World?:
message is presented clearly. Ex.5p.115
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about environmental
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and problems and nature
situations from the students immediate protection:
environment. Ex.1,2p.113, Ex.1,6p.115
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.4p.114
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Writing an essay about
Interaction undertaken activities and personal environmental problems:
experiences. Ex.2p.115
Grammar Using the Present Perfect Tense.
Culture 12.Ecological education. Cultural Note: p.113
Lesson 2 Lets Protect Our Wildlife! 2
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about nature
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and protection:
situations from the students immediate Ex.1,2,5,6p.116-118
environment.
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a
predictable familiar topic. The
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Text: Wildlife
texts (letters, brochures, short articles from Conservation:
the press) on the topic referred to the Ex.3p.117
students immediate environment.
3.2.Defining the form and logical structure
of a non-literary text.
3.5.Identifying details from functional
texts.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Designing a leaflet:
Interaction Ex.1p.118
Culture 12.Ecological education. Info Box: p.116
Lesson 3 Protect the Beauty of the 3
Countryside!
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.7p.121
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about the Green-
Interaction a familiar topic referred to the students house effects and nature
immediate environment. protection:
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a Ex.1,4,6,1p.119-121
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a
predictable familiar topic. The
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.2.Defining the form and logical structure Ex.2p.119
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Writing a letter to a Nature
Interaction Protection organization:
4.3.Editing simple descriptions of events, Ex.2p.121
undertaken activities and personal Writing an essay on nature
experiences. protection: Ex.3p.120
Grammar Using Modal Verbs.
Culture 3.Identifying and using the formulas of Ex.2p.121
politeness (verbal and non-verbal)
according to the interlocutors age,
position and social status in the course of
social and cultural activities.
12.Ecological education. Info Boxes: p.120
Final Evaluation - Practical application of knowledge and Final Test-Paper 1
skills acquired in the course of this
academic year.
Lesson 4 Today Green Means 2
Someone Who Is Concerned
about the Environment
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Ex.7p.124
message related to a current situation. The
message is presented clearly.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about nature
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and protection organizations and
situations from the students immediate their aims:
environment. Ex.1,2,5,6,1p.122-124
2.4.Participating in oral conversations on a
familiar topic and producing responses to
simple direct questions, repeated or
reformulated by a cooperative interlocutor.
2.5.Producing short announcements on a
predictable familiar topic. The
announcements are prepared in advance,
edited and memorized.
Reading 3.1.Identifying certain details of simple Ex.3p.122
texts (letters, brochures, short articles from
the press) on the topic referred to the
students immediate environment.
3.2.Defining the form and logical structure
of a non-literary text.
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Making up a poster on nature
Interaction protection: Ex.4p.124
Grammar Using the Future Perfect Passive Voice.
Culture 12.Ecological education. Cultural Note: p.122
Lesson 5 Lets Do Something About 2
It!
Listening 1.1.Identifying the main ideas of a Text: King Rat:
message related to a current situation. The Ex.2p.126
message is presented clearly.
1.2.Understanding the general meaning of
an oral message.
1.6.Identifying key words and expressions,
related to the topic of immediate
importance.
Spoken 2.1.Producing an explanatory message on Talking about pets:
Interaction a familiar topic referred to events and Ex.1,3p.125-126
situations from the students immediate
environment.
2.2.Describing personal experience,
school experiences, events, undertaken
activities, intentions and projects.
2.6.Applying the strategies of producing
spoken messages.
Reading 3.5.Identifying details from functional Text: Flora and Fauna:
texts. Ex.5p.127
Written 4.2.Editing functional texts. Writing an advertisement:
Interaction Ex.5p.127
Grammar Using Reciprocal and Demonstrative
Pronouns.
Culture 1.Identifying and respecting the norms of Cultural Note: p.125
verbal and non-verbal communication
while interacting orally and in written
form.
12.Ecological education.
Integrated 3.Understanding the general meaning of Info Box: p. 127
Skill an informative text referred to some water
Combinations species of animals and plants.
Lesson 6 Round Up 2
Practical - Testing the level of written and /or oral
Application of knowledge and skills acquired while
Knowledge studying the current unit.