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  • Module 1 "Pleased to meet you!"

Vocabulary :

Introducing oneself:name, age, nationality, hobbies, friends

Grammar :

Pronoms personnels sujet et complément
BE-
Adjectifs possessifs
There is / are
A, an, Ø

Hello Scotland!

 

 

  • Module 2 "Meet my Scottish friends"

 

  • Module 3 "Beautiful Scotland"

 

Vocabulary :

family members
Old, young,
Weekend chores and activities North, south,
Mountain, sea, ocean, lochs
High, deep, impressive, large, famous
The caledonian canal, Loch Ness, Ben Nevis

Grammar :

BE + V-ing
Adjectifs possessifs
Génitif
Has/have got
Comparatif et superlatifs
Never, always, often, sometimes

Mary’s trip around the World

 

  • Module 4 "From Sydney to London"
     
  • Module 5 "From London to Hawaii"

 

Vocabulary :

Sydney, Delhi, London,
fly from… to…
departure, arrival, early, late
Interesting buildings in Sydney ,India,
London, New York and Hawaii
Volcano, beach, Surf, palm trees

Grammar :

L’expression de l’avenir
Le présent simple
BE au présent + V-ing  + marqueur temporel
CAN

Everyday life: food

 

  • Module 6 "Time to go shopping"
     
  • Module 7 "What are we having for dinner?"

 

Vocabulary :

Various shops: baker’s/butcher’s/ greengrocer’s/ Supermarket
Pound
Meat, fish,bread vegetables, dairy products,etc..
Starters,main dishes, dessert
Tastes
Prepare,fry, cook, bake,

Grammar :

Impératif : Let’s+V!
Marqueurs de temps :  First / second, then, finally…
Quantificateurs : MUCH / MANY / SOME / ANY / NO / A LOT OF / A FEW…

Weekend in Wales

 

  • Module 8 "What’s the weather like?"
     
  • Module 9 "A sporty weekend!"

 

Vocabulary :

Weather vocabulary
go camping
The things you need: equipment, food
The things you can do and see in Summer and Winter
Enjoy, like, prefer
Go trekking/ swimming/skating/skiing?

Grammar :

Prépositions de lieu : in / at, from , to / into
V+V-ing
CAN/CAN’T
Want to
Let’s..../ could..../ why not...?

American History: Thanksgiving

 

  • Module 10 "From Plymouth, GB, to Plymouth, America"
     
  • Module 11 "On the 4th Thursday of November"

 

Vocabulary :

Pilgrim Fathers
Ship, set sail, storm, crew, passengers
A 66 days’ journey
The things they brought to survive
A crop,Indian corn, beans, cranberries, pumpkin,turkey

Grammar :

Le preterit simple : formes affirmative, interrogative et négative
WAS/WERE+Ving
Too + adj

A few New Year Celebrations in Multicultural Britain

 

  • Module 12 "“Wintertime” festivals: Shamain and New Year"
  • Module 13 "Calling Spring back : Chinese New Year, Diwali"

 

Vocabulary :

Different calendars
Solar, lunar, dates and seasons
Chinese,Xian, Indian,
Halloween, Ghosts, witches,
Crackers, candles, presents, fireworks, lights
Special food and drinks

Grammar :

Nombres ordinaux (date)
Adverbes de temps
Adverbes de manière en -ly

The world of Cartoons

 

  • Module 14 "What’s so different?"
  • Module 15 "Imagine their story!"

 

Vocabulary :

Describing people and places
Real life ,imagination,
characters,
funny, pleasant, scary,impossible
A strange-looking creature
A plane, a journey,a, dangerous encounter, a happy end

Grammar :

WH-questions
CAN
BE ABLE TO
NEEDN’T
Comparatif
Adjectifs composés

Important places for important people

 

  • Module 16 "Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament"
  • Module 17 "The White House, the Capitol"

 

Vocabulary :

The Queen’s residence, a flag, a guard, the Prime Minister
A member of Parliament, Lords and Commons
A Representative, a Senator
The President
monarchy/republic
constitution

Grammar :

BE ALLOWED TO
MUST/  HAVE TO /
Les pronoms relatifs : WHO / WHERE / WHEN / THAT

In the Far- North of North America

 

  • Module 18 "Postcards from Alaska"
  • Module 19 "Do you know what Balto did?"

 

Vocabulary :

Describing landscapes, weather conditions, activities in the Far-North
A husky, a musher, A rescue dog
brave ,heroic
train, rescue,save
A disease, cure

Grammar :

Superlatifs
Formes exclamatives :
- WHAT + (a) N!
- HOW + adjectif!
- SO + adjectif
Preterit

British History

 

  • Module 20 "1066: William and Harold’s mortal fight"
  • Module 21 "Living on a farm in the XVth century"

 

Vocabulary :

Vikings, Saxons, Normans
an invasion, a raid
fight,win/lose a battle
Archers, soldiers
Farmpeople
a field, a meadow, a barn, a stable, cattle, farm equipment,

Grammar :

Preterit
AGO

Everyday life: British Homes

 

  • Module 22 "Looking for a new house"
     
  • Module 23 "Let’s decorate it!"

 

Vocabulary :

An ad, a real-estate agency,
Visit, choose Making a decision: size, location, price,..
On, under, near, next to, opposite, in front of, inside, outside, out of
Paint, glue,
move in,
Pieces of furniture,different  rooms in the house

Grammar :

Really ,very , quite, too + Adjectif
MAY / CAN,
Must / Mustn’t
Chronologie : first, then, finally

A holiday trip across the USA

 

  • Module 24 "From the East Coast to the West Coast"
     
  • Module 25 "Travelling in the wilds"

 

Vocabulary :

Describing New York, Chicago
San Franciso, Los Angeles, Las Vegas,Grand Canyon, New Mexico, Texas, Florida
Talking about the trip and the things our friends did /saw in eachcity ans state

Grammar :

How far?
How long...?
How many./much.?
Preterit

Science and technology

 

  • Module 26 "Great inventions?"
     
  • Module 27 "What will life be like in the XXIInd century?"

 

Vocabulary :

Discussing the pros and cons of scientific progress
steam/oil and gas/
electricity/nuclear power
Population,
Space conquest
Search for new forms of life, the Universe, exploration,
Space tourism?

Grammar :

WILL
Composés de SOME/ANY/NO
CAN/BE ABLE TO
(NOT) ENOUGH
TOO MUCH

Discussing jobs

 

  • Module 28 "Greg’s plans"
     
  • Module 29 "Sarah wants to help people"

 

Vocabulary:

Music,pop star, tour, fans, stage
Band musicians, audience,
Various music instruments
Expressing feelings and wishes
Look after, take care of, study, train, learn, teach how to..., help to..
Humanitarian action

Grammar :

WILL/ ’ll
WON’T
BE ABLE TO /
V to V
I’d rather + V / I’d prefer + N / I’d like…)

Ancient and Modern Britain

 

  • Module 30 "Fifty years ago…"
     
  • Module 31 "London has changed a lot!"

 

Vocabulary:

A village, inhabitants, cottages, rows of new houses,
London historic and recent buildings
Describing / making comments on changes

Grammar :

Preterit + AGO
Few, many,lots of
Le present perfect
+ FOR/SINCE
Comparatif

The Press

 

  • Module 32 "What’s in today’s newspaper"
  • Module 33 "Your turn to report: what would you say?"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vocabulary:

Fleet Street
a newspaper/ a magazine
a piece of news
a reporter, a photographer,
write, print
a special report
the news/business/sport/fashion/ads section

Grammar :

Revision :
-modaux
-Preterit/present perfect
First, then, finally
Cause/conséquence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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