ENGLISH DEXWAY ACADEMY - LEVEL C1

ENGLISH DEXWAY ACADEMY - LEVEL C1

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  • English Dexway Academy - Level C1

    The course content remains functional and focused entirely on improving learner independence in all areas, motivating the learner to become conversant on diverse subjects such as the family, work issues and making arrangements. In terms of grammatical structures there will be continued revision and extension of the structures in all tenses with focus on the future tenses to talk about completed or predicted actions in the future. Productive and receptive skills are stretched with more phrasal verbs, idiomatic expressions, the differences between British and American vocabulary, making predictions and talking about future plans, offering, suggesting. As with the other levels on the course, there is frequent pronunciation practice and the learner has exposure to long and short sounds, word stress, vowel sounds, contractions as well as general vocabulary and sentence level practice. The use of a variety of exercises encompasses different learner styles as well as guaranteeing thorough coverage of the topics covered.

    Unit 1
    Starting out the theatre group
    Aims: to expand the structures and vocabulary covered in the previous blocks through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items, where student has to listen and repeat the presented sentences. Structures and functions: presentation of target vocabulary through contextual sentences. Vocabulary: introduction to new vocabulary items e.g. variety, diagram, lecturer, to look up, to fetch, gesture. Activities: association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures and a multiple choice listening comprehension with a real life dialogue.
    Studying must be learned
    Aims: to expand the structures and vocabulary covered as well as to present and practice the grammar through a series of interactive exercises such as reading, listening and answering questions, gap-filling, etc. Structures and functions: full tense review of present tenses, past tenses, perfect tenses and future tenses and uses of 'get’. Vocabulary includes some more useful expressions such as: ‘on the dole’, ‘in a rut’, ‘to get the gist’, ‘to get rid of’, ‘to split up’, ‘to take your mind off’, ‘to count someone in’, ‘on the contrary’ and also words to talk about non-verbal communication and language learning. Activities: reading and listening comprehension, finding synonyms, true or false listening comprehension, error detection and correction.
    Body language
    Aims: to expand, consolidate and review the structures and vocabulary covered in the previous lessons through a series of interactive exercises such as pronunciation practice with listen and repeat exercises, gap-filling, dubbing the film, etc. Structures and functions: review of present tenses, past tenses, perfect tenses, future tenses, uses of 'get' and prepositions collocated with verbs. Vocabulary: revision of useful expressions and phrasal verbs covered such as: ‘on the dole’, ‘in a rut’, ‘to get the gist’, ‘to get rid of’, ‘to split up’, ‘to take your mind off’, ‘to count someone in’ and ‘on the contrary’. Activities: pronunciation and listening practice with spelling, association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures, error detection and correction, a real life dialogue to dub and an exercise to choose synonymous sentences.
    World music tour - Reading comprehension
    In this lesson students read a written passage of text about international music albums. The text is followed by questions in a sequential order that elicit students' skills on active reading. Readers are asked to peruse the passage for the general meaning, particular details and logical inferences. The suggested activities comprise multiple-choice and true/false questions as well as matching statements with their corresponding sections. By practicing active and effective reading students acquire strong cognitive skills such as attention, auditory analysis, sound blending, sound segmenting, memory, processing speed and visualisation.
    Memories of boarding school - Listening comprehension
    In this lesson students practice and test their listening skills, so they must pay attention to the oral information that is heard in different exercises and answer to a set of related questions about education, specifically the life in a boarding school.
    Test exercises
    In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.
    Unit 2
    Joining the group
    Aims: to expand the structures and vocabulary covered through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. Structures and functions: presentation of new vocabulary through contextual sentences using the grammar covered until now. Vocabulary presentation of new words and expressions: ‘background’, ‘motorist’, ‘chairman’, ‘theme’, ‘prospects’, ‘to write an account of’, ‘hardship’, ‘crisis’, ‘in the former or latter’, ‘manage to’, ‘recall’, ‘amongst’ etc. Activities: association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures, listen and repeat and listening comprehension to choose the correct ending for the sentences.
    Witness
    Aims: to present, practice and expand the grammar covered through a series of interactive exercises such as gap-filling, associating sentences with corresponding pictures, reading texts, etc. Structures and functions: past simple vs. past continuous, present perfect simple and continuous vs. past perfect simple and continuous, ‘used to’ and ‘use to’ vs. would for past habits and dates. Vocabulary: useful expressions e.g.: ‘let me introduce you to, I’d like you to meet, better late than never, it’s been a pleasure to meet you’, ‘to run into someone or something’ and ‘the matter in hand’. Activities: association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures, reading and listening comprehension to choose an appropriate sentence, listening comprehension to choose the correct ending for the sentences, listen and repeat and listening and writing practice in a note taking exercise.
    Explorers
    Aims: to consolidate and review the structures, grammar and vocabulary covered in the lessons through a series of interactive exercises such as listening and repeating vocabulary, filling-in the gaps, choosing the correct option, dubbing the film, etc. Structures and functions: past simple vs. past continuous, present perfect simple and continuous vs. past perfect simple and continuous, ‘used to’ and ‘use to’ vs. ‘would’ for past habits as well as dates. Vocabulary: addressing people with the correct titles and appropriate responses, revision of useful expressions: ‘let me introduce you to’, ‘I’d like you to meet’, ‘better late than never’, ‘it’s been a pleasure to meet you’, ‘to run into someone or something’ and ‘the matter in hand’. Activities: pronunciation, true or false listening comprehension, vocabulary revision with a gap fill exercise, error detection and correction, choose the appropriate response, real life dialogue, dub the film and choosing synonymous sentences.
    Test exercises
    In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.
    Unit 3
    Have you ever done any acting before?
    Aims: to expand the structures and vocabulary covered through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. Structures and functions: presentation of new vocabulary through contextual sentences and dialogues using the structures covered until now. Vocabulary: presentation of new vocabulary e.g.: ‘box office’, ‘performance’, ‘troublemakers’, ‘seaside’, ‘to line up’, ‘eventful’, ‘refreshing’, ‘rest room’ etc. Activities: association of sentences and words with corresponding pictures, listen and repeat and listening comprehension to choose the correct ending for the sentences.
    Defence of theatre
    Aims: to study, practice and expand the grammar, structures and vocabulary covered through a series of interactive exercises such as listening and repeating, correct/incorrect sentences, gap-filling, associating words or sentences with pictures, etc. Structures and functions: present perfect simple vs. present perfect continuous, present perfect + often, still, yet, already, just, time markers: ‘for’, ‘since’, ‘during’, ‘while’, articles: 'the’ or zero, prepositions of place: in, on, by, at. Vocabulary: useful expressions e.g. ‘to get the bug for something’, ‘to keep’ verb+ing, ‘to work something out’, ‘to make a fool of oneself’, ‘to do

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