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Оқулық: ENGLISH IN MIND FOR KAZAKHSTAN

I term

Unit

Theme

Grammar

Vocabulary

Practice in Speech Activities

Literature

h/w

date

Note

Speaking

Listening

Reading

Writing




1

Welcome section

1

Welcome section A

Present Simple

Present Continuous

Past Simple

Much/many

Some/any

Have/ don’t have to


- dance, run, play, paint, listen, read, swim, go, shine, sit, stay, have, do, cook

- architect, lawyer, vet, flight attendant, teacher, dentist, pilot, firefighter, shop assistant

- tell of, given up, look up, work out, check out

activities, jobs, hobbies

Jack’s diary

Ex.1a, p.4


Jack’s diary

Ex.1a,b. p.4


Hobbies and interests

Present Simple and

Present Continuous

Jobs


WB (A.B)

pp.2-3



2

2

Welcome section B

Much/many

Countable / uncountable

Comparative and superlative adjectives

Vegetables: lettuce, courgettes, potatoes, cabbage, cucumber

Fruit: orange, lemon, banana, pineapple, grapefruit

Starters: prawn cocktail, salad, smoked salmon

Main meals: fish and chips, spaghetti bolognaise, lasagna, steak pie, pork chops

Desserts: apple pie, cheese cake, profiteroles, caramel pudding

Drinks: water, lemonade, beer, wine


Unforgettable experience

Ex.1b, p.6

Unforgettable experience

Ex.1a, p.6

Multi-word verbs




3


3

Welcome sections C / D

Too + adjective

Adverbs: be going to

First conditional

Should/ shouldn’t

Present Perfect

ever/ never

will / won’t

  • - too big, too cold,

too fast, too expensive, too late

- quickly, slowly, loud, fast, well

-hope, doubt, probably

-the day after tomorrow, next month, in two weeks’ time

-lightning, sun, thunder, weather, shower, hot, wind, warm

Food, weather, about future

Jane and Tony’s Problem

Ex.1b, p.8

What is William going to do

Ex.1a. p.10

Jane and Tony’s Problem

Ex.1a, p.8

What is William going to do

Ex.1b. p.10


WB (C.D)

pp.4-5




4

  1. Great idea!

1

What did they invent

Past Continuous

when and while

rain, try, think, work, look at, write, dream

Describing what he/ she was doing at certain time in the past

What did they invent

Ex1c,d. p.12

CD Ex3 p.13

What did they invent

Ex1a,b. p.12



WB Ex.1 p.6

Ex4 p.8



5

2

Science fiction story

Past Continuous

Past Simple


- popular, disappear, a few times, similar, a disc jockey


Describing past activities

Discussion: music

Ex.5c.p.14

Science fiction story

Ex.5b.p.14

Science fiction story Ex.5a.p.14


WB Ex.2a,b,c,d

pp.6-7



6

3

To be an Inventor

Phrasal verbs

- get to school, get wet, get angry


To be an Inventor Ex.7c p.15


To be an Inventor

Ex.7a,b p.15

Ex.8a,b p.15 (VB p.112)

WB Ex.3 p.7



7

4

Alex’s Story



Ex.9a p.16

Ex9c p.16

Culture of Mind


SB Ex.11 p.

WB Ex.6,7 p.9



8

  1. He ran faster

1

Olympic Medalists

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Intensifiers with Comparatives

(not) as…as

Antonyms / Opposites


bad, difficult, slow, boring, cheap, low, noisy, messy, ugly, old, short, good, young, easy, beautiful, fast, tidy, high, expensive, quite, interesting, new, brilliant, hard, well, regular, quick, nervous


Olympic Medalists

Ex.1a,b,c,d p.18



Ex.3a,b,c,d. p.19 (VB p.112)

Ex.2a,b,c p.19

WB Ex1,2,3,4 pp.12-13



9

2

Kazakhstan beat Great Britain


Sport activities: win, loose, draw, beat, come (first, second), coach, player, referee, send off

Making Comparisons

Ex.8a,b p.21



Kazakhstan beat Great Britain

Ex.5a,b p.20

Ex.6a,b p.20

Ex.7a,b,c,d,e,f p.21

WB Ex.5,6 p.14



10

3

A Marathon

(not) as…as

Drama, workshop, mark, disability, complain about something, grumpy, enthusiastic, improvise

Everyday English

Ex.10a,b p.23

Ex.11 p.23

A Marathon

Ex.9a p.22

Ex.12a p.23

A Marathon

Ex.9b p.22

Ex.12b p.23

WB Ex.7,8,9 p.15



11

4

Team Astana



Last but not least

Ex.14a,b,c,d p.24


Team Astana

A Report about a sports event

Ex.13c p.24

WB Ex.10,11 p.16



12




Check Your Progress SB Units 1, 2 p.118

Review



13

  1. Our world

1

Bicycle Revolution?

will/ won’t

traffic jams, exhaust fumes, pollution, dramatic climate, global warming, environment, recycle, litter, rainforest, rubbish

waste, pick up, cut down, clean up, drop

Bicycle Revolution?

Ex.1c p.26

Ex.3a,b,c,d p.27

Bicycle Revolution?

Ex.1b p.26

Bicycle Revolution?

Ex.1a p.26

Ex.2c p.27

The Environment

Ex.2a,c p.27

WB Ex.1 p.18



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2

Life in the Future

will/won’t, might (not), may (not) for prediction

First Conditional


express, solve, help, continue, clean, travel, arrive, buy, take, break, pass, leave, die, see, increase, talk, phone

Life in the Future

Ex.6a,b p.28

(VB 112) Ex.5 p.28


Ex.4a,b,c,d p.28


WB Ex.2 pp.18-19



15

3


if / unless in the first conditionals


First conditionals Ex.7d,e p.29


First conditionals Ex.7a,g p.29

First conditionals Ex.7b,c,f p.29

WB Ex.4 p.20



16

4

Water as a natural resource

Using linkers

fresh, ice, freeze, world, cause, rainfall, river, polar, ice cap

Water, water – but It isn’t everywhere

Ex.9 p.30

Interview: Water as a natural resource

Song: Big Yellow Taxi

Ex.8a,b,c,d p30

Ex.10a p.31

Culture in Mind: Water as a natural resource

Website article about your town

Ex.11 p.31

WB Ex.6 p.21

Writing Tip p.22



17




Control Work

Review



18




Revision





T E R M II – 14 hours


19

  1. Holiday or vocation?

1

Canada & the USA

Question Tags


North American Cities, New York, Washington DC, Canada, Ottowa, Montreal, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Mexico, Vancouver, the Rocky Mountains, the Coast Mountains, western provinces


Quiz: Canada & the USA

Ex.1b p.32

Quiz: Canada & the USA

Ex.1a p.32

Question Tags

Ex.2a,b,c p.33




20

2

Is free wireless internet a good idea for Vancouver?

Question Tags

Present Perfect Simple

just/ already / yet


British vs. North American English

sidewalk – pavement

lift – elevator

subway – underground

flat – apartment

garbage – rubbish

lorry – truck

football – soccer

cookies – biscuits

candy - sweets

Asking about habits, routines, likes and dislikes

Ex.4a,b,c p.33

Conversation about things recently done

Ex.6b p.34 Ex.8 p.35

Opinion posting: Is free wireless internet a good idea for Vancouver?

Ex.5a,b p.34

Present Perfect Simple

just/ already / yet

ex.7,8,9 p.35





3

New girl

Present Perfect Simple

just/ already / yet

In the middle of, no wonder, the kind of, reckon, to be supposed to, have a look, come over

Everyday English

Ex.11a,b p.37

Ex.12,13 p.37

Photostory: New girl

ex.10a,b p.36

Photostory: New girl

ex.10a,b p.36





21

4

Email about a holiday



Rome, London, Moscow, Istanbul, Paris, Russia, China, Australia, North Dakota, Spain, Portugal, plane, international airport, passenger, adventure, exporter, beef, cow, cattle, produce, improve



Email about a holiday

Ex.14a,b p.38

Last but not least: more speaking

Ex.15a,b p.38

An American cowboy in Kazakhstan

p.39

Similar email to

English speaking friend

Ex.14c p.38




22




Check your progress 3-4 p.119




23

  1. Growing up

1

Where boy become crocodile man

Present Simple Passive

Island, New Guinea, Oceania, the Asia-Pacific region, Port Moresby, the Sepik, catchment, swamplands, wetland, skulls, ceremony, bamboo, painful, beat, occupy

Where boy become crocodile man Ex.1c p.40

Where boy become crocodile man Ex.1b p.40

Where boy become crocodile man Ex.1a p.40

Where boy become crocodile man Ex.2a,b,c,d,e,f p.40




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2

About minimum ages


a baby, a toddler, a child, a teenager, an adult, a pensioner

Dialogue about minimum ages Ex.4c p.43 (VB p.113)

A story from Papua New Guinea Describing a persons ages Ex.3a,b p.42 Ex.4a p.43

Dialogue about minimum ages








25

3

Talking about permission

Let/be allowed to


let smb. do smth., to be allowed to do smth., to breathe, stay up late, stay out, grounded, come of age, grown-up, a couple, vote, have a go, tattoo, bank account, glider, fed up, the legal age, a shrine, kimono

Talking about permission Quiz about minimum ages Ex .5 p.43 Ex .8 p.45

Talking about permission Quiz about minimum ages Ex .5,6 p.43 Ex .8 p.45

Quiz about minimum ages Ex.7a,c p.44-45 Culture in mind: Coming of age in Japan Ex.9a p.45

Talking about permission Quiz about minimum ages Ex .5 p.43 Ex .8 p.45 A special day in your country

Ex.9c p.45




26

  1. Have fun!

1

The power of humour

Present Perfect Simple

put on, make funny sculptures, raise money, the heart, the blood circulation, immune system

for: two years: an hour; a month; a long time; days

since: Christmas; 1999; Saturday; I was 11; last weekend

The power of humour

Ex.1c p.46


The power of humour

Ex.1b p.46

Pronunciation ex.3 p110

The power of humour

Ex.1a p.46


Present Perfect Simple

Ex.2a,b,c,d,e,f,g p.47




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2

Are you fun to be with?

Verb and noun pairs

have: fun, a good time; a (good) laugh

make: fun of someone; a fool of yourself; friends; plans; someone laugh / smile; funny faces

Are you fun to be with? Ex.4a,b p.48

Song: Don’t worry, be happy

Ex.6a,b,c,d p.49

Questionnaire:

Are you fun to be with? P.48

Verb and noun pairs

Ex.5a,b p.49

(VB p.114)




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3

Photostory: very funny


tell a joke, feel depressed, be sarcastic

as long as, come on, in other words

What’s the point of…,

Tell me about it

Everyday English

Ex.8a,b p.51

Photostory: very funny

Ex.7a,b p.50

Photostory: very funny

Ex.7a,b p.50

Improvisation & team spirit

Ex.9,10 p.51




29

4

The funniest man in Kazakhstan



Last but not least: more speaking

Ex.12 a,b,c p.52


Email about how you have fun

Extra reading: the funniest man in Kazakhstan

Ex.11a p.52, p.53

Email about how you have fun

Ex.11b p.52




30




Check your progress p.120




31




Control work




32




Review







T E R M III – 21 hours


33

  1. Disaster !

1

A famous hurricane

Past Simple Passive

New Orleans, Bahamas, Florida, unnatural / man-made disaster, the earthquake, erm, hurricane, destroy, to swarm, to be rescued

Exchanging information about past events Ex.4a,b p.55

Interview: A famous hurricane

Ex.1b,c,e p.54 (VB114)

Pronunciation Ex.3 p.55 (110)

Interview: A famous hurricane

Ex.1b,c p.54

Past Simple Passive

Ex.2a,b,c p.55




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2

A Flying Disaster

a/an, the or zero article

to cause great damage, kill, to die of hunger, to hurt somebody, flood, the levees, to be built to keep water out, harvest

an eruption, powerful, to walk along the beach, a boat, a very rough sea, a lighthouse, to hit the rocks, to wave, to run down

Describing a dream

Ex.7a,b p.57


Informative text: A Flying Disaster Ex.5a p.56

Informative text: A Flying Disaster Ex.5b,c,d p.56

a/an, the or zero article

Ex.6a,b,c p.57




35

3

A newspaper story


climate change, rising sea levels, increasing salt levels, global warming, emission of greenhouse gases, uninhabitable, refuse

I don’t agree/I don’t agree at all/I disagree/may be/possibly /I partly agree/I’m not sure/I totally agree/That’s absolutely right/I agree 100%

Talking about natural disasters and environmental issues Ex.9a,b,c p.59


Culture in Mind: Tuvalu

Ex.8b p.58

Culture in Mind: Tuvalu

Ex.8a,c p.58

A newspaper story Ex.10a p.59

A newspaper story Ex.10b,c p.59




36

  1. Ways of living

1

A holiday in a cave

too much / many + not enough


electricity, phone, hot water, a broadband connection, Jacuzzi or swimming pool, lifetime, primitive, luxurious, charm, to make smb. feel calm and safe


Brochure: A holiday in a cave Ex.1b,c p.60

Pronunciation (p.111)

Brochure: A holiday in a cave Ex.1a p.60

too much / many + not enough Ex.2a,b,c,d,e,f,g p.61




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2

Homes

will vs. be going to

a block of flats, a cottage, a caravan, a detached house, a semi-detached house, a bungalow, a housing estate, a terraced house, a chimney, a garden, a fence, a TV aerial, a garage, a gate, a neighbor

Talking about your town, country and home Ex.6 p.62

Descriptions of Homes Ex.5 p.62

will vs. be going to Ex.7a p.63


Homes. Ex.4a,b,c p.62

will vs. be going to Ex.7a,b,c,d p.63 (VBp.115)




38

3

Describing quantity


think very highly of, grateful

If you say so

It’s up to you

There’s no point in

all over the place

There’s nothing wrong with

Everyday English Ex.9a,b p.65

Improvisation Ex.10 p.65

Photostory: All over the place Ex.8a,b p.64

Photostory: All over the place Ex.8a,b p.64

Team Spirit Describing quantity Ex.11a,b p.65




39

4

Email about a holiday


converted barn, a guest, healthy meal, chance, to stay in a home with a family, to improve smth. (a foreign language)

Last but not least Ex.13 p.66


Email about a holiday Ex.12 p.66 Extra reading Visiting a home in Kazakhstan

Email about a holiday Ex.12 p.66




40




Check your progress




41

  1. Your mind

1

Your brain is like a muscle

Determiners (everyone, no one, someone, etc.)

everyone, no one, someone

everything, nothing, something

everywhere, nowhere, somewhere

all of them, none of them, some of them

something: things; none of them;

all of them: people

to think, to realize, to imagine, to concentrate, to guess, to suppose, to believe in, to recognize, to wonder

Talking about how you learn best

Ex.4 p.69

Article: Your brain is like a muscle Ex.1c p.68

Article: Your brain is like a muscle Ex.1a,b p.68

Determiners (everyone, no one, someone, etc.) Ex.2a,b,c p.69

Thinking Ex.3a,b p.69 (VB115)




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2

What’s your strongest intelligence?

must/mustn’t vs. don’t have to

logical-mathematical, verbal, musical, visual, body, interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalistic intelligences

What’s your strongest intelligence?

Ex.6a,b,c p.70

Interview: “Multiple intelligences” Ex.5a,b,c p.70

Pronunciation (p.111)

Nazira’s letter Ex.7a p.71

Nazira’s letter Ex.7b,c,d p.71




43

3

A competition entry


pyramid design, jigsaw puzzles, scatterbrained, motivate, brows, hang out


Culture in Mind: Girl genius, university student at 15!

Ex.9d,e p.72

Culture in Mind: Girl genius, university student at 15!

Ex.9a,b,c p.72

Competition entry Ex.10a,b p.73

A competition entry Ex.10c p.73




44

  1. Music makers

1

Music that changes lives

Present Perfect Continuous

berimbau, a single-string instrument, martial art capoeira, a ritual, genre, samba, to be derived from, to escape, drug, violence, rhythm, container, a tin can, a labour of love, percussionist, miracle


Article: Music that changes lives Ex.1b p.74

Pronunciation (p.111)

Article: Music that changes lives Ex.1a,b p.74

Present Perfect Continuous Ex.2 p.75




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2

Music and musical instruments

Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect Simple

see, hear, smell, taste, want, prefer, like, love, hate, think, feel, forget, remember

country, reggae, hip-hop, jazz, rock, classical

a violin, a synthesiser, an electric guitar, drums, a flute, a trumpet, a piano, a clarinet, a saxophone, a keyboard

Describing recently completed and unfinished actions Ex.5a,b p.76

Talking about music and musical instruments Ex.8 p.77

Identifying different types of music Ex.6a,b,c p.77 (VB116)

People talking about music and musical instruments Ex.7 p.77


Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect Simple Ex.4a,b,c p.76




46

3

Your favourite type of music



Everyday English Ex.10a,b p.79

Improvisation Team spirit Ex.11,12 p.79

Last but not least Ex.14a,b p.80

Photostory: Talent? Me? Ex.9a,b p.79

Photostory: Talent? Me? Ex.9a,b p.79

Letter about your favourite type of music Ex.13a,b p.80

Letter about your favourite type of music Ex.13c p.80




47




Check your progress p.122




48

  1. A visit to the doctor’s

1

Medicine in the past

Defining relative clauses

Ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, the Middle Age, civilization, to develop, to refer, to last, a conquest

headache, toothache, pain, backache, hiccough, dead mouse, bone, tied, ladder, baldness, fall out, scrofula hippopotamus, rub


Medicine in the past

Ex.1b p.82

Dialogue at the doctor’s Ex.3 p.83

Medicine in the past Ex.1a,c p.82

Defining relative clauses Ex.2 p.83 Medicine Ex.3 p.83




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2

Expressing past habits

used to

surgeon, antiseptic, carbolic acid, sterilization, operation, procedure, bacteria, infection, a skin, to prevent, to introduce, to carry out, to encourage, to reduce, to destroy, to inhibit, to look around

Expressing past habits Ex.6 p.85

Dialogue about Joseph Lister Ex.7 p.85

Run that body down Ex.8 p.85


used to

Ex.4a,b,c,d,e p.84




50

3

Doctors without Borders



Discussing medical problems Ex.11 p.87

Doctors without BordersEx.9a p.86

Doctors without Borders Ex.9a p.86

Article about a famous scientist Ex.10a,b p.87




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Control Work









52




Review









53




Review










T E R M IV – 15 hours


54

  1. If I had…

1

Survey in the Internet

Second Conditional


Giving advice Ex.4a,b p.88

Survey in the Internet Ex.

Ex.1c,d p.88

Pronunciation Ex.3 (111)

Survey in the Internet Ex.

Ex.1a,b p.88

Second Conditional Ex.2 p.89




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2

On the Internet, it’s girl time!


icon, layout, glitter, blog, upload, podcast, enthusiastic, adaptor, power lead, mouse, USB slot, screen, touch pad, printer, USB stick, CD drive, keyboard, network, a password, log on, surf, download, crash, run out

Giving advice Ex.8 p.91

Descriptions of problems caused by computers Ex.6a,b p.91

Ex.7a,b p.91

Article: On the Internet, it’s girl time!

Descriptions of problems caused by computers Ex.6c p.91 (VB 117)





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3

Don’t judge a book…


deadline, folding chair, toy rabbit, dustbin, genius, hang on to smth., let someone off, design project

Talking about unreal situations &problems Ex.12a,b p.93

Everyday English Ex.10a,b p.93

Last but not least Ex.14a,b,c p.94

Photostory: Don’t judge a book… Ex.9a p.92

Photostory: Don’t judge a book… Ex.9a,b p.92

Extra reading p.95

Competition entry Ex.13a,b,c p.94




57




Check your progress p.123




58

  1. Lost worlds

1

A city in the jungle

Past Perfect

pyramid, receptionist, sail, pure, region, square, swallow, temple, top

Describing events in the past and earlier past. Article: A city in the jungle

Ex.1a.b.c. p.96

Article: A city in the jungle

Ex.1a.b.c. p.96

Pronunciation (p.111)

Article: A city in the jungle

Ex.1a.b.c. p.96

Past Perfect

Ex.2 p.97




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2

Painting of Lascaux


Noun suffixes –r,-er,-or,

-ist

treasure, inhabit, jungle, legendary, pedestrian, plumber, dive, exist

Telling a picture story

Ex.4 p.98

Painting of Lascaux

Ex.5 p.99


Noun suffixes –r,-er,-or,-ist ex.6 p.99




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3

Mythical cities


chief, dairy, cover, decorate, peak, philosopher, travel

Mythical cities

Ex.9 p.101

Mythical cities

Ex.7 p.100

Mythical cities

Ex.7 p.100

Short story

Ex.8 p.101




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  1. A stroke of luck

1

The man with seven lives

Reported statements

accommodation, ankle, arrange, beat, bless, blind, burst, cancel

Reporting past events

Ex.3 p.103

Article: The man with seven lives

Ex.1a p.102

Article: The man with seven lives

Ex.1a p.102

Reported statements ex.2 p.103





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2

An unlucky day

Noun suffixes –ation,

-ment

Third Conditional

complicated, credit card, daylight, defeat, equipment, exactly, explode


Conversation: An unlucky day

Ex.5 p.104

Pronunciation(111)

Song: Lucky Day

Ex.8 p.105


Noun suffixes –ation,

-ment

Ex.4 p.104

(vb117)

Third conditional

Ex.6 p.105




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3

Nervous about the exam


facility, greenhouse effect, haystack, leg, minor, pane

Everyday English

Ex.10 p.107

Improvisation

Ex.11 p.107

Photostory: Nervous about the exam

Ex.9a p.106

Photostory: Nervous about the exam

Ex.9b p.106





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4

Email to apologize


surely, treatment, unlucky, wake

Last but not least Ex.14a,b,c,d p.108


Email to apologize

Ex.13a,b p.108

Extra reading p.109

Email to apologize

Ex.13c,d p.108




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Check your progress p.124 Grammar practice (Units 13-14)




66




Control Work




67




Communication activity 1-7




68




Communication activity 8-14








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