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Level: Secondary Education : Year One (SE1)


Stream: Scientific and Technological Stream
Time devoted: 3 hours

GLOBAL COMPETENCE
At the end of SE1, the learner will be able to produce written messages / texts of descriptive, narrative, argumentative and prescriptive
types of about 12 lines, using written or oral support

1) Unit One: Getting Through (Intercultural Exchanges)

2) Unit Two: Our Findings Show… (Communication: The Press)

3) Unit Three: Back to Nature (Environment/Pollution/The World of Animals)

4) Unit Four: Eureka! + Famous people (Innovation and Technology biographies)

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Targeted Communicative Resources Integration & Time


UNIT
THEME
Competency tasks/activities Assessment

Diagnostic assessment SEPT


week 2
Project: Making a job application booklet/Creating a web page/Writing a letter/ an e-mail
Students will be able to : *labelling Grammar: 1- Assessment
* speak/write about means of *The imperative. should occur 6 weeks
intercultural exchanges *ordering instructions *Sequencers: first, next… at
(computer, internet, *Modals: need to, have to.
regular
telephone…) *Comparatives of adjectives
* Filling in a form and intervals
ONE - GETTING THROUGH

* Name the main parts of a and adverbs: less/ more +adj


computer. Interacting writingan application letter + than. during the
sequence and
Intercultural Exchanges

* write a paragraph on the *Expressing purpose: in


advantages and drawbacks of Interpreting *responding to an e-mail/ order to, so as to ,to . at the end of
Internet. advert *Frequency adverbs: the sequence
Producing always, often… in addition to
* manipulate some common *Recognizing the layout / *Degree adverbs : very ,
Writing an application designated
means of intercultural quite …
letter exam periods.
exchanges. *Reflexive pronouns :
*identify the different types of myself , yourself …
letters. * conducting interviews *Modals: have to , had to ,
*write a letter or an e-mail. must
* giving opinion * Extreme adjectives:
* differentiate between formal
and formal lettersand write boiling exhausted…
* agreeing /refusing. *- Types of pronouns:
messages on that way.
subject, object,…

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*Prepositions of time and 2-After 3/4 weeks


place: in , on , at … of teaching,
*state point of view and justify learners will be
*Correlative conjunctions :
it able to mobilize
Neither ….nor / either ….or /
both ….and … their resources and
*write short notes to invite, *Definite and indefinite reinvest them in a
refuse and accept invitation. Interacting articles: a , an , the , Ø. problem-solving
*Instructing & comparing situation, through
Interpreting *Expressing preferences & pair work or group
*write short notes to express purpose. work.
ONE - GETTING THROUGH

sympathy and apology. Producing *Describing people‘s regular


Intercultural Exchanges

activities.
*write a letter of inquiry. *Describing a place.
*Expressing obligation:
* write about advantages and must /have to….
drawbacks of the internet *Inviting / accepting and
*fill in a résumé (CV). refusing invitation.
*Apologising.
Lexis:
*write a letter of application. * related to computing and
messages
*hold a telephone * voc related to description: to
conversation. the west, to the north, it‟s
*- Write some class rules. bordered…..
*express obligation. - Phone tactics: phone number,
I‟m afraid….
Phonology:
*express purpose. *Intonation in polite requests.
*Stress in two syllables words

PROJECT PRESENTATION Peer assessment

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Project: Conducting a survey


Students will be able to: *Filling in a Grammar: 1- Assessment
*speak/write about means of Interacting questionnaire *Degree adverbs : quite , should occur at
communication ( TV, absolutely… regular
newspapers, magazines …) intervals
Interpreting * Summarising dialogues *Direct & indirect speech:
* compare sensational newspapers questions, orders, requests, during the
*choosing the appropriate modals…
with serious ones sequence and
*conduct surveys Producing *Quotation marks . at the end of 6
Reporting verbs. w
* read and interpret reports, *Reporting verbs : suggested the sequence in
SHOW

newspaper articles and graphs /ordered …. addition to e


*Asking for and giving
*Adverbs of manner: politely, fast… e
– The Press

*write a report/an article designated


information. exam periods.
* record the main ideas of a survey *Adjectives k
- OUR FINDINGS

* write about people‟s reading *Giving advice/ inviting. s


*Expressing like and dislikes 2-After 3/4
habits
Expressing contrast: on the contrary, weeks of
*conduct an interview
but… teaching,
Communication

*Summarise what people say learners will be


(report statements, questions, Phonology: able to mobilize
orders, greeting..) *Stress in compound words: their resources
* express a point of view/ opinion newspaper and reinvest
TWO

* make requests/suggestions / *Stress shift ( from noun to them in a


TWO: OUR FINDINGS

recommendations. adjective) problem-solving


*narrate a story reporting the events *Silent letters: would… situation,
of an accident *Pronunciation of final « s » / « ed » through pair
*write a memo *Formation of words with work or group
suffixes ‘ful‟/„ less‟ work.
First term exams
SHOW

Correction of the first term examination and remediation


PROJECT PRESENTATION Peer
WINTER HOLIDAYS assessment

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Unit Theme Targeted Communicative Integration &


Learning objectives Resources Time
Competency tasks/activities Assessment
Project: Designing a consumer‟s guide
Students will be able to: *Reading a world Grammar: 1- Assessment
* speak and write about: climate map * If conditional (type 0/1/2) should occur at
- different climates. *Sequencers: firstly, secondly.. regular
- different types of pollution. *Expressing cause / effect intervals during
*Interpreting pictures
relationship. the sequence
Environment , Pollution and The World of Animals

- natural and man-made


Interacting *Link words : as a result, so, and at the end
disasters. *Answering questions consequently ….. of the sequence
- causes and effects of Interpreting *Quantifiers : some , a little of in addition to
global warming. *Using pictures and most of , all of , half of , few designated exam
THREE- BACK TO NATURE

- recycling and renewable Producing cues to make a *Expressing opinion / feelings : periods.
energies dialogue -agreeing and disagreeing
*write SOS messages. Linguistic - arguing for and against. 2-After 3/4
*Polite requests weeks of
*write an expository *Matching 7
Morphology: teaching,
paragraph about pollution *Forming adjectives using learners will be w
*conduct a meeting *Gap-filling suffixes : al, ic , ical… table to mobilize e
*write the minutes of a *Derivingoppositesusing prefixes their resources e
Lexis related to : and reinvest them k
meeting *Table- completion
- pollution, natural disasters and in a problem- s
*read /interpret/write an
advert climate change solving situation,
Phonology: through pair
*write a letter of complaint
*Intonation in yes /no questions work or group
*write a memo *Stress in words ending in work.
« tion »
*Stress in words starting with
prefixes
Second term exams
Correction of the second term examination and remediation
PROJECT PRESENTATION Peer assessment
SPRING HOLIDAYS

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THE Learning objectives Targeted Communicative Resources Integration & Time
UNIT

ME Competency tasks/activities Assessment

Project: Making an invention profile/ Writing a biography about a scientist


Students will be able to: Grammar: 1- Assessment
Innovation and Technology and famous scientists / inventors

*speak /write about: * Express concession: should occur


- inventions, discoveries *Interpreting a picture “ however”, “although” … atregular intervals
anddevelopments in technology during the
- the development of * Table- filling * Use definite and indefinite sequence and at
telecommunications articles the end of the
- the evolution of an invention - sequence in
scientists and their inventions Interacting *Note- taking *Express result: so+adj+ that addition to
or discoveries designated exam
FOUR - EUREKA

- the historical background of Interpreting * Making an oral *Describe an object: shape, periods. 6
the invention of a washing presentation or writing colour, etc. w
machine Producing a paragraph from notes - Dimensions: deep, width… 2-After 3/4 weeks e
* state/identify advantages and *Relative pronoun “whom” of teaching, e
drawbacks of some inventions *Asking /answering Lexis learners will be able k
* Take sides in a debate questions * related to to mobilize their s
* make an oral presentation of a telecommunication resources and
product from product *Matching Phonology reinvest them in a
specifications *Intonation in indirect problem-solving
* write a business letter questions situation, through
* Write a paragraph out *Stress of words ending in: pair work or group
*write an opinion letter
of a flow chart y + ical work.
* Write a biography about a
scientist
- present a product.
PROJECT PRESENTATION

PROJECT PRESENTATION Peer assessment


Third term exams
Correction of the third term examination and remediation

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