Курс английского для общих целей по скайпу для детей (for children)


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Курс общего английского для детей и учащихся средней школы от 12 лет.

Даёт возможность начать обучение с нулевого уровня. Материалы курса способствует более доступному пониманию сложных явлений языка и оптимизируют процесс изучения, так как построен с учетом индивидуальных особенностей, характерных черт и способностей учеников.

Задача курса — дать необходимый на каждом уровне лексический и грамматический минимум, развить навыки аудирования, говорения, чтения и письма.

Для свободного общения на английском в ежедневных бытовых и учебных ситуациях в каждом уровне реализованы уроки по Практическому применению полученных знаний на реальных ситуациях.

Подходит для школьников 5,6,7,8,10 класса (а также для 9 и 11 классов, если нет цели сдавать экзамен)

 

Цели

  • формирование и развитие знаний, умений и навыков английского языка для практического применения в устной и письменной речи на уровне Pre-intermediate;
  • развитие всех навыков, приоритетно говорение;
  • равномерное обучение аспектам языка, необходимым для данного уровня;
  • отработка экзаменационных заданий, подготовка к формату ОГЭ, ЕГЭ

 

Занятия проводятся по коммуникативной методике:

  • В основе процесса — разговорная практика
  • Курс постепенно готовит школьника к необходимому уровню владения языком при будущей итоговой аттестации

 

В результате курса студент:

  • подтянет школьные знания языка;
  • выйдет за рамки школьной программы;
  • сможет общаться на основные бытовые темы;
  • начнет воспринимать на слух диалоги из повседневной жизни;
  • начнет чувствовать себя уверенней в использовании языка;
  • снимет языковой барьер.

Содержание курса «Английский для общих целей для детей (for children)»

 

LessonGrammarVocabulary
Lesson 1: I am Amy. I am 11Verb «to be»: amNumbers: 0-100
Lesson 2: Who is he? What time is it?His/her; verb «to be»: isTime
Lesson 3: Is she your aunt?Verb «to be»: questionsDays of the week; Family
Lesson 4: School ClubsVerb «to be»Personal Information
Lesson 5: It is a big British familyVerb «to be»Common adjectives
Lesson 6: Practical English. Application process.Present Simple, verb «to be»School, application
Lesson 7: Unit 1 Revision 1Unit 1 grammarUnit 1 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Schools around the world
Lesson 8: We’re SpanishVerb «to be»:are (positive, negative, question); Our/theirCountries and nationalities
Lesson 9: What are these?Plurals; demonstrative pronounsEveryday objects
Lesson 10: He is a great Spanish singerVerb «to be»: all formsMusic; Common adjectives
Lesson 11: English Around the WorldVerb «to be»: all formsCountries, languages, common adjectives
Lesson 12: Travel to IndiaVerb «to be»: all formsCountries, places
Lesson 13 : Practical English. Booking a hotelPresent Simple, verb «to be»Hotel, booking
Lesson 14: Units 2 Revision 2Unit 2 grammarUnit 2 vocabulary
Speaking Club: In a hotel
Lesson 15: Section 1. Revise and check 1Unit 1-2 grammarUnit 1-2 vocabulary
Lesson 16: There are two bedroomsThere is, there areHouse, rooms
Lesson 17: Our parents’ black cameraPossessive ‘sColours, common objects
Lesson 18: It’s next to the deskPrepositions of placeHouse, furniture
Lesson 19: There is a poster on the wallThere is, there areHouse
Lesson 20: British homesPossessionsHouses and homes
Lesson 21: Practical English. Booking an accommodationPresent Simple, verb «to be», there is, there areAccomodation, booking
Lesson 22: Unit 3 Revision 3There is/are; possessions; prepositionsUnit 3 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Finding a home
Lesson 23: I’ve got some shortsHave got/has got: positive and questionsClothes
Lesson 24: She’s got long wavy hairHave got/has got: negativeHair: length, color, style
Lesson 25: What does he look like?Have/has gotAppearance
Lesson 26: Vincent van Gogh’s got a beardHave/has gotCommon adjectives, appearance
Lesson 27: Practical English. Online shoppingPresent Simple, verb «to be»Online shopping, clothes, appearance
Lesson 28: Units 4 Revision 4Unit 4 grammarUnit 4 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Online shopping
Lesson 29: Section 2. Revise and check 2Unit 3-4 grammarUnit 3-4 vocabulary
Lesson 30: I get up at 7 every dayPresent Simple: positive (I/He); Adverbs of frequencyRoutine activities
Lesson 31: Do you like Math?Present Simple: question (do/does)School Subjects
Lesson 32: What does your dad do?Present Simple: negative; Wh- questionsJobs and places of work
Lesson 33: How about going to the cinema?Present SimpleCommon adjectives
Lesson 34: I have basketball after schoolPresent SimpleCommon adjectives; after-school activities
Lesson 35: Practical English. International schoolPresent SimpleSchool, rules, activities
Lesson 36: Unit 5 Revision 5Unit 5 grammarUnit 5 vocabulary
Speaking club: Language school
Lesson 37: How often do you train?How often: time phrasePlaces in town
Lesson 38: Do you like it?Like/don’t like; Object pronounsOrdinal numbers; Months
Lesson 39: Do you know this area?Present simpleGiving directions
Lesson 40: Where is the museum?verb «to be», Present SimpleMore places in town
Lesson 41: Practical English. Google navigationverb «to be», Present SimpleFind a way, GPS, navigation, directions
Lesson 42: Units 6 Revision 6Unit 6 grammarUnit 6 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Neighborhood.
Lesson 43: Section 3. Revise and check 3Unit 5 и 6 grammarUnit 5 и 6 vocabulary
Lesson 44: What sports can we do?Can/can’tSports
Lesson 45: Move your feet!ImperativesParts of the body
Lesson 46: I have got some moneyCountable/uncoutableFood; money
Lesson 47: Can you play baseball?Can/can’tSports
Lesson 48: I like holidays and festivalsPresent SimpleHolidays
Lesson 49: Practical English. Buying events tickets onlinePresent Simpleevents tickets, buying
Lesson 50: Unit 7 Revision 7Unit 7 grammarUnit 7 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Holiday time
Lesson 51: It is rainingPresent Continuous: positiveThe weather
Lesson 52: Are you listening to music?Present Continuous: negative and questionCommon сollocations
Lesson 53: Are you having fun?Present ContinuousIndoor activities
Lesson 54: It is sunny and cloudyverb «to be», Present ContinuousWeather adjectives
Lesson 55: Practical English. Weather forecastverb «to be», Present ContinuousWeather and climate in different countries
Lesson 56: Units 8 Revision 8Unit 8 grammarUnit 8 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Weather conditions
Lesson 57. Section 4 Revise and checkUnit 7-8 grammarUnit 7-8 vocabulary
Lesson 58: Course RevisionUnit 1-8 grammarUnit 1-8 vocabulary
Lesson 59: Level TestUnit 1-8 grammarUnit 1-8 vocabulary

 

 

LessonGrammarVocabulary
«What type of learner are you?»Can V, can’t V, must V, the ImperativeGet acquainted, instructions, classroom rules, virtual classroom, resources, application, blog, social networks
Lesson 1: I live in the UKPresent SimpleCountries and nationalities
Lesson 2: I’m writing a poemPresent Continuous; Adverbs of frequencyDaily activities
Lesson 3: Aunt loves cooking at weekendsLove/like/hate + ingTime phrases
Lesson 4: What do you like doing?Like/don’t like/can’t stand/don’t mind + V-ing, Present simpleDaily activities, free time, adjectives
Lesson 5: I play computer gameslike/love+V-ing, Present SimpleHobbies and interests
Lesson 6: Practical English 1. School rulesMust, must not, can, cannotSchool, rules
Lesson 7: Unit 1 Revision 1Unit 1 grammarUnit 1 vocabulary
Speaking club: What do you do after school?
Speaking Club: What is your favourite sport
Lesson 8: How high is it?How + adjectiveHigh numbers; Adjectives
Lesson 9: Let’s cook an omelette!Countable/uncoutable; How much/manyFood and drink; Containers and quantities
Lesson 10: Would you like a dessert?Countable/uncoutablefood, drink, order, recipe
Lesson 11: Practical English 2. Order in a restaurantCountable, uncountable, How much/manyFood and drink
Lesson 12: Unit 2 Revision 2Unit 2 grammarUnit 2 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Venice the city of water (high numbers)
Speaking Club: What do you have for lunch?
Speaking club. What’s your breakfast?
Lesson 13: Section 1 Revise and Check 1Unit 1-2 grammarUnit 1-2 vocabulary
Lesson 14: Who was she?Past Simple: to bejobs, professions; dates, ordinal numbers
Lesson 15: I watched it!Past Simple: affirmative; yes/no/wh- questions; short answers; negative; regular verbsTV programmes
Lesson 16: 100 years agoPast Simple: irregular verbs, yes/no questionsTime expressions
Lesson 17: How was your weekend?Past SimpleWeekend activities
Lesson 18: He was a great inventorPast SimpleInventions
Lesson 19: Practical English 3. Emojis and short text messagesPast SimpleEmojis, social networks
Lesson 20: Unit 3 Revision 3Unit 3 grammarUnit 3 vocabulary
Speaking club. Behind the screen
Speaking club: Inventions
Speaking Club: The best birthday ever
Lesson 21: What song did you like?Past Simple: Wh-questions/subject questionsTypes of music and musical instruments
Lesson 22: How can we get there?Prepositions with means of transportTransport; Directions
Lesson 23: Can you tell me the way?Wh-questions/subject questions; Prepositions with means of transportDirections; Places in town
Lesson 24: He was a pop star!Past SimpleMusic
Lesson 25: Practical English 4. Public transport ticketsWh-questions/subject questions/How manyTickets, public transport
Lesson 26: Unit 4 Revision 4Unit 4 grammarUnit 4 vocabulary
Speaking Club. In the right direction
Speaking club: Music in the Air
Lesson 27: Section 2 Revise and check 2Unit 3, 4 grammarUnit 3, 4 vocabulary
Lesson 28: The longest riverDegrees of comparison: short adjectivesGeographical features
Lesson 29: The best petsDegrees of comparison: long and irregular adjectivesAdjectives
Lesson 30: A map to find the wayInfinitive of purpose; Object pronouns: one/onesOutdoor equipment
Lesson 31: That’s really expensive!Degrees of comparisonMoney
Lesson 32: The best placeDegrees of comparisonGeographical features
Lesson 33: Practical English 5. Airport proceduresInfinitive of purpose, Present SimpleAirport, airport procedures
Lesson 34: Unit 5 Revision 5Unit 5 grammarUnit 5 vocabulary
Speaking club: the secret life of pets
Speaking Club: Would you like to visit Mars?
Speaking club: Moonrise camp
Speaking club. Electronic devices.
Lesson 35: It’s too casualToo+adjective/enough+adjectiveClothes; Adjectives
Lesson 36: I have to clean the roomHave toHousehold jobs
Lesson 37: Let’s go shopping!Too+adjective/enough+adjective; Can; How much; because, soShopping; clothes
Lesson 38: How to spend and save moneyInfinitive of purpose; Wh-questions; Present SimpleMoney: spend and save
Lesson 39: Practical English 6. Online shoppingInfinitive of purpose; Present SimpleMoney, online shopping
Lesson 40: Unit 6 Revision 6Unit 5, 6 grammarUnit 5, 6 vocabulary
Speaking Club: Guess how to Dress
Speaking club: Life is a Gift
Lesson 41: Section 3 Revise and check 3Unit 5, 6 grammarUnit 5, 6 vocabulary
Lesson 42: I’m going to the zoo tomorrowPresent Continuous for future arrangementsPlaces of entertaiment
Lesson 43: Can I stay at home?Can/can’t — permissionIllnesses
Lesson 44: You must do it!Must/mustn’t/canAdverbs
Lesson 45: Can you help me?Can/can’t — request and permissionRules
Lesson 46: You must wear a uniformModal verbsAdverbs; clothes, accessories
Lesson 47: Practical lesson 7. English summer schoolsModal verbs, Present SimpleSchools, rules
Lesson 48: Unit 7 Revision 7Unit 7 grammarUnit 7 vocabulary
Speaking Club
Speaking Club: Go mobile (can/can’t)
Lesson 49: What are you going to do?Be going toFeelings

 

 

УрокГрамматикаЛексика
Like, food, animalsNumbers, good at
2.     Mike is Tom’s uncleFamily, possessive ‘s
3.     The old bookStory, short vowel sounds
4.     Al’s dad is good at jumpingFamily, good at
5.     NumbersNumbers, maths
6.     SpinnerSpinner, maths, colours
7.     RevisionNumbers, family, good at, possessive’s
8.     I’ve got Maths on MondaySchool subjects
9.     I like learning about ScienceSchool subjects, like, doesn’t like
10.  School is greatLike/don’t like + -ingSchool subjects, likes, dislikes
11.  You have to wear a uniformHave toSchool
12.  Getting helpStory, have to, like
13.  Johnny’s storyStory, school subjects
14.  Revision 2School, revision, school subjects
15.  Let’s have a picnicFood
16.  Is there any cheese?Countable nouns, uncountable nouns, some, anyFood
17.  A picnic basketSome, anyFood
18.  Good idea!Suggestions
19.  The golden appleThe picnic, story, phonics
20.  Food chainsThe picnic, animals, habitats
21.  Revision 3Some, anyFood, suggestions
22.  I don’t like washing upLike/don’t like + ingDaily tasks, chores
23.  After schoolTime, Present SimpleDaily tasks
24.  What a busy day!
25.  New Meet the explorersNumbers
26.  New 3. Action heroesgood atactivities
27.  New 2 I’m good at playing gamesgerund formsactivities, actions

 

 

УрокГрамматикаЛексика
1.     What kind of learner are you? Public lessonsInterests, hobbies
2.     From Chicago to LondonPresent Simple and Present Continuous: positive, negative, questionsAppearance, personality adjectives
3.     When is he arriving?Present Simple and Present ContinuousTravel, transport
4.     Lots of things to do!Be going to for future plansFree time activities
5.     Can we have three tickets?Be going to for future plansTravelling
6.     Getting aroundPresent SimpleTravelling, transport
7.     TravellingPresent SimpleTravelling, check-in, at the airport, tickets
8.     Exam practice 1Present Simple, Present ContinuousHobby, free time, travel
9.     Revision 1Present Simple; Present continuousPersonality, transport, future plans
10.  Robots will teach usFuture SimpleTechnology, devices
11.  If you click onFirst Conditional + will, won’tTechnology, future
12.  Can I help you?First Conditional + will, won’tTechnology, future
13.  The Internet languagePresent Simple, Past SimpleTechnologies, Internet, media, online, emoji
14.  Exam practice 2Future SimpleTechnology, devices
15.  Revision 2Future Simple, First ConditionalTechnology, future
16.  Revise and check 1Present Simple, Present ContinuousTest, revision
17.  He’s a great chef!Past SimpleWork, education, job
18.  What were you doing?Past Continuous, Past SimplePrepositions
19.  Someone told meIndefinite PronounsAdjectives, objects, pronouns
20.  I’m sorry!Past Simple, Past ContinuousAdjectives, objects, pronouns
21.  Mr DickensPast Simple, Past ContinuousHero, famous, history
22.  Work and studyFuture SimpleWork, education, success, jobs, future
23.  Exam practice 3Past Simple, Past ContinuousHistory, people, past
24.  Revision 3Used to, Past Simple, Past ContinuousEducation, work, movement
25.  Have you ever …?Present Perfect: ever/neverExperiences, camping, survival skills
26.  Take risks!Defining relative clausePersonality, adjectives
27.  It looks a bit scaryPresent Perfect, ever, neverOutdoors, survival
28.  Amazing placesPresent PerfectTravel, blog, famous places
29.  Survival tipsGeneralSurvival, tips
30.  Exam Practice 4Present PerfectTravel, outdoor
31.  Revision 4Used to, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present PerfectEducation, work, outdoor
32.  Revise and check 2Past Simple, Past Continuous, used to, Present PerfectTest, revision
33.  I’ve already done itIndefinite PronounsAdjectives, objects, pronouns
34.  Light, camera, action!Present Perfect with for, sincePeople,  films, filmmaking
35.  I hate doing homeworkVerb + ingLikes, dislikes, preferences, free time
36.  Have you seen it yet?Present PerfectFilms, books, interests
37.  The media and teensPresent Simple, Future SimpleMedia, social networks, Internet
38.  GIF makerGeneralGif, video, images
39.  Exam practice 5Present Perfect
40.  Revision 5Present PerfectEntertainment, films, adjectives
41.  I have to be thereHave to, be allowed toHousehold jobs
42.  You should call a doctorShouldInjuries, illnesses, treatments
43.  What should I do?Should, shouldn’tGiving advice
44.  Be healthy!Should, shouldn’tSport, health, advice, lifestyle, teenagers
45.  First aidGeneralHealth, first aid
46.  Exam practice 6Should, shouldn’t
47.  Revision 6Have to, don’t have to, should, shouldn’tHousehold chores, have to, injuries, treatment, should, films, free time
48.  Revise and check 3Have to, should, shouldn’tTest, revision
49.  You must work fasterComparative and superlative adverbsAdverbs, comparative, superlative
50.  I live in a block of flatsAs … as, less … than, the leastComparatives, buildings, less, least
51.  Lots of wild animalsCountable nouns, uncountable nouns, quantifiersAnimals, quantifiers
52.  Do you live around here?Countable and uncountableTown, recommendations, culture
53.  The British and petsCountable and uncountableAnimals, pets, culture, families
54.  HometownQuantifiersHometown, towns, city, cities
55.  Feng ShuiGeneralHome, house, design, Feng Shui
56.  It is recycledPresent simple passive, countable, uncountable nounsRecycling, materials, containers, environment
57.  Save the worldPast simple passive, adjectives with -ed/-ing endingRecycling, materials, containers, environment, hoax, exciting, amusing, emotions
58.  Time to say goodbyePast simple passive, adjectives with -ed/-ing endingGoodbye, thank you, cultures, traditions, travelling, host family
59.  It changed the worldPast simple passiveInventions, electricity, Internet, plastic, communication, scientists, technology
60.  How to be eco-friendlyGeneralEco-friendly, rent a car, vehicles, tourism. rubbish
61.  Exam practice 8Present simple passive, past simple passiveEcology, robots, environment, space, exploration, feelings
62.  Revision 8Present simple passive, past simple passiveRecycling, materials, inventions, rubbish, buildings, ecology, environment
63.  Revise and check 4Present simple passive, past simple passive, comparative adjective, superlative adjectiveRevision, test, holidays, materials, recycling, robots, ecology, houses, city, country
64.  Course revisionPresent Simple, Present Continuous, be going to, Future Simple, First Conditional, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Indefinite pronouns, Present Perfect, Defining relative clause, like + ing, have to, should, be allowed to, Degrees of comparison, Quantifiers, Present Simple Passive, Past Simple PassiveAppearance, personality, transport, traveling, free time, hobby, technologies, education, work, materials, shapes, camping, travelling, films, filming, household jobs, health, body, homes, pets, animals, containers
65.  Level test

 

УрокГрамматикаЛексика
1.     Family comes firstPresent Simple, Present Continuous, Stative verbsFamily, relationship, sibling, step sister, adopted, an only child, hot-tempered, informal letter, distant relative, feel, belong, understand, like, imagine, taste
2.     The art of making friendsStative verbs, the usage of ing-formsFriendship, personality, traits of character, annoying, anxious, honest, sociable, easy-going, loving, online friends, social networks, quotes about friendship, ing-form, negative prefix, word count
3.     So many memories and feelings!Past Simple, Past Continuous, used toRelationships, memories, emotions, embarrassed, ashamed, frustrated, worried, let down, angry, disappointed, impressed, annoyed, used to, Past simple, Past continuous, subject questions, object questions
4.     An online lifePresent Perfect and Past SimpleSocial network, online, gadget, device, cellphone, Facebook, trendy, achievement, communication, judgement, to increase, to charge, a screen, abstract nouns, Present Perfect, to judge, to convince, a view, an opinion, yet, already, just, never, ever
5.     Why spending is trendingPresent Perfect Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Countable and uncountable nouns, Determiners some/any/many/much/plenty of/lots of/several/noShopping, buy, online, credit card, black friday, cyber monday, plenty of, several, some, any, much, bill, receipt, check, go shopping, customer, consumer, till, sale, discount, special offer, deal, bargain
6.     How to make money as a teenFuture predictions with be going to V, will V, will be V-ing, may (not), might (not), couldPocket money, allowance, savings, on a tight budget, cashpoint, ATM, debit card, credit card, short of cash, might, may, will, be going to V, probably, definitely, in conclusion, in addition, to sum up, all in all
7.     PE. Future learnGeneralOnline education, online courses, self-development, study
8.     Family and school traditionsGeneralFamily, school, traditions, customs
9.     Pack&go!Present Simple, Present Continuous, be going to V, will V for future plans and intentionsTo travel, a journey, a trip, a cruise, a yacht, a backpack, a resort, a first-aid kit, to hire, to pack, to get away, to drop off, to exist, a craving, an adventure, to check in, to make the most of, on a break, on vacation, to see off, to wander around, to go trekking
10.  All the roads we have to walkFirst Conditional sentences, the use of articles with geographical names, confusing wordsTransport, travel, journey, voyage, trip, cruise, to take off, to land, to miss, to get on, a taxi rank, a harbour, a platform, First Conditional, unless, as soon as, a digital nomad, the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands, Bali, Prague, the Thames
11.  A journey to schoolPast Perfect, Adverbs of manner and degreeSchool, education, a certificate, to make a mistake, to do well, to make an effort, to get the hang of something, to study, a lecturer, a tutor, a hazard, a qualification, a grade, a class, to make notes, to make progress, a classroom
12.  A lesson to learnSecond Conditional, should + Vschool subjects, enrichment programme, exchange, education, advice, asking for advice, giving advice
13.  All work and no playDifferent types of clauses (contrast, reason, purpose);  the constructions with «like» and «as.»work experience, job, profession, working hours
14.  High-flyersModal verbs and phrases to express ability in present, past and future, modal verbs and phrases to express necessity, obligation and permission in present, past and futureModal verbs, can, be able to, must, have to, possibility, permission, quality, ambition, to work under pressure, stressful, ambitious, to manage, to succeed, to fail, future career, faking it, quality, have to, don’t have to
15.  An informal letterIndirect questionsAn informal letter, describe, the state exam, writing skills, description, indirect questions, assessment, word count, criteria, address, best wishes, informal language, formal language, writing, exam practice
16.  PE. How to get a jobGeneralCV, job, resume, curriculum vitae, job, application,
17.  Education systemsGeneralEducation, school, university
18.  News from the world of sportReported statementsSports, team, competition, football, sportsman, tournament, championship, mention, propose, admit, confirm, rely on, hammer throwing, karting, competitive, reported speech, reported statement, say, tell, promise, encourage
19.  Stay safe!Reported questions, reported requestsAccident, emergency, injury. health, hurt, bump, have a fall, bruise, stitches, have an X-ray, insist, promise, give a hug, give a sigh, make a mistake, have an accident, in hospital, reported questions, reported requests
20.  Glorious foodNon-defining relative clausesFood, cooking, delicious, cuisine, national, traditional, boil, fry, wok, sushi, pizza, international, steam, roast, barbecue, salty, crunchy, stir, slimy, non-defining, defining, which, whose, that, monologue, speaking
21.  Healthy lifestyle Part IModal verbs: must, have to, should, ought toHealth, lifestyle, fitness and exercise, healthy food vs junk food, good and bad habits
22.  So you want to get fit?Result clauses: should, have to, ought to, had better V; must/may/might/should/can’t + the perfect infinitiveFitness, health, work out, healthy lifestyle, yoga, gym, long-distance, short-distance, body building, ought to, should, had better, so, such, too, enough, resul clause, obligation, necessity, gap filling, the State exam
23.  PE. Healthy meal planGeneralHealth, food, diet
24.  Crime timeModals of deduction in the pastCrime, criminal, burglar, burglary, theft, steal, police officer, hijack, dangerous, investigate, court, judge, jury, charge, blame, guilty, prison, could have, might have, must have, can’t have
25.  Films and gamesVerbs after which we use ing-forms and infinitives with toFilm, game, comedy, soap opera, action film, thriller, actor, film director, Star Wars, to shoot, to act, lead, live, a performance, animation, a review, ing-form, infinitive, extreme, fascinating, superb, adjective, word building, suffix, computer games
26.  Art is fun!Participle clausesArt, fine arts, artist, photography, mysterious, bizarre, painting, museum, exhibition, exhibit, graffiti, controversial, installation, art course, design, classic, participle, modal verbs, guesses, inspire, advance
27.  We love the celebsHave something doneMusic, music styles, music genres, folk, rock, reggae, classical, hip-hop, lead singer, band, solo, musical talent, celebrity, paparazzi, to be mad about, to release, to give an autograph, to sign, despite, because of, instead, according to
28.  PE. How to edit photos onlineGeneralPhotos, photo editor, filters, photo effects
29.  International artGeneralArt, sculptures, paintings, vases, music, theatre, figures, prints, buildings
30.  Look good, feel goodArticles in EnglishFashion, style, clothes, outfit, designer, a label, a brand, to dress, stylish, attitude, addicted to, shopping, worried about, adventurous, cautious, bothered, awae, in style, weird, classic, baggy, the State exam, articles, describe, appearance, attitude, dress sense
31.  How much do looks matter?Conditional Sentences in EnglishAppearance, face, look, tattoo, piercing, conditional sentences, mixed conditional, body, image, forehead, mixed conditional, zero conditional, provided that, events, anniversary, well-built, clean-shaven, parts of the body
32.  Body languageSecond Conditional sentences with “I wish”, “If only”, reflexive pronounsBody, head, toe, thumb, finger, lie, tell a lie, tell the truth,  blush, rub eyes, forehead, celebrity, gaps, I wish, If only, Second Conditional, intermediate, State exam, opinion, no doubt, I think that
33.  PE. Be healthy! Be trendy!GeneralHealth, trends, healthy lifestyle
34.  What we know about the UKComparativesEnglish-speaking countries
35.  Flying over the USAComparativesThe USA: geography and climate
36.  PE. Make a fantastic pizza!GeneralFood, recipe, pizza, ingredients
37.  The most destructive forceComparative structuresNature, natural disaster, climate, an earthquake, a tsunami, volcano eruption, storm, floods, destructive, hurricane, drought, comparisons, term, sequence
38.  Good day sunshineClimate, weather, climate zones, articles, comparisons, precipitation, glacier, iceberg, weather satellites, weather forecast, average temperaturesComparative structures, articles with geographical names
39.  We’ll save the EarthFuture tense (will, may, might, be going to), 1st conditionalEnvironment, pollution, environmental issues, global warming, climate change, greenhouse effect, the ozone layer, recycle, waste
40.  The future is nowFuture simple, future perfect, shall, be going toTechnology, technological progress, device, gadget, innovation, invention, computer science, programming, robotics
41.  PE. How to predict the weatherGeneralWeather, navigation, compass
42.  PE. How to survive in China?GeneralСulture, globalisation, global problems
43.  PE. Be popular in social networksGeneralSocial network, blogs, blogging, vlogging, Instagram, Youtube

 

УрокГрамматикаЛексика
1. Interact!Present Simple, Present Perfect Simple, Present Perfect Continuous, Past Simple, Past Perfect Simple, Past Perfect Continuous, was about to, was going toFamily, friends, relationships, interaction, idioms
2.     What does family mean?Comparative adverbs, adverbs of quantityFamily, friends, relationships, interaction, problems
3.     Being a good friendPresent Perfect Simple, Past Perfect SimpleFriends, relationships, interaction, problems, teenagers, love
4.     Family traditionsPast Perfect Simple, Past Perfect ContinuousFamily, international, relationships, problems, culture, traditions, ceremonies, adult
5.     Found in translationGerund and InfinitiveLanguages, interaction, education, communication, translation, filming
6.     Why do teenagers actSimple Future, to be going to, Present ContinuousTeenagers, making decisions, thinking, tenses revision, Simple Future, to be going to, Present Continuous
7.     The best holidayComparative adjectives, superlative adjectivesHoliday, travel, sightseeing
8.     The coldest climate zoneComparative adjectives,  Superlative adjectivesTemperature, climate zone,  geography
9.     Childhood memoriesPast simple, past continuous, past perfect simple, past perfect continuous used to, wouldMemory, childhood, abstract words, time capsule, nostalgy
10.  Urban styleCountable/uncountable nouns, narrative tensesCity, youth, cityscape, perspectives, London, New York, Toronto, Berlin
11.  Proper educationVerb patternsSchool, education, student, teacher, teenager, memory
12.  For what it’s worthTag questions, Reply questions, Modal verbs should, ought to, had to, need to, Modal verbs and past participlesShopping, money, finance, bargain, tag questions, modal verbs, regrets, advice, should have, ought to, had better, splash out on, upper-intermediate, video, blog, budget, save, spend
13.  The rich and the poorDeterminers, Articles, Structures to express modalityRich, poor, money, essay, for and against, modality, supposed to, be banned, be forbidden, millionaire, reality show, charity, reading strategy, exam practice reading, plan, introduction, be permitted, be allowed

 


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Деловой английский язык / BusinessElementary, Intermediate , Upper-Intermediate, Advanced
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Английский язык в реальной жизни / English in real worldElementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate
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Подготовка к ЕГЭ по английскому языкуIntermediate
Подготовка к экзамену FCE по английскому языку Intermediate
Upper-Intermediate
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Upper-Intermediate
Advanced
Подготовка к экзамену CAE по английскому языку Advanced
Подготовка к экзамену CPE по английскому языкуProficiency
Подготовка к экзамену Cambridge English Business (BEC)

 

Pre-Intermediate
Upper-Intermediate
Proficiency
Подготовка к экзамену TOEFL по английскому языку Upper-Intermediate
Advanced
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Intermediate
Upper-Intermediate
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IELTS
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TOEFL
YLE Cambridge Exams for Kids

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IT — программистам, вебразработчикам, менеджерам проектов (Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
Авиация (Pre-Intermediate, Elementary, Intermediate)
Автомобильный бизнес
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Архитектура
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Бортпроводникам (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
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Военным
Индустрия красоты
Информационные технологии
Искусство и дизайн
Клиентский менеджмент
Копирайтерам
Логистика и транспорт (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
Маркетинг и реклама (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate)
Машиностроение (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
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Медицина и сестринское дело (Intermediate, Advanced)
Морякам
Нетворкинг
Нефть и газ (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate)
Общественное питание (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
Отдел кадров (Pre-intermediate)
Отельный бизнес и кейтеринг (Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate)
Переговоры
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Покупки одежды
Полиция
Проведение встреч
Проведение презентаций
Программистам
Продажи и покупки (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate)
Салон красоты
Секретарям
Сельское хозяйство
Сомелье
Составление писем
Спортсменам
Телекоммуникации
Техническим специалистам (Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
Управление (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)
Туризм (Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate)
Фармацевтика
Финансовый сектор (Pre-Intermediate)
Футбол
Электроэнергия (Elementary, Pre-intermediate)
Юриспруденция (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate)

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