Thursday (8.00pm – 10.00pm)
Commencement Date : 4 January 2024

Unit 1

My Life And Home

Reading – Part 5: ‘Emilia’s home’ – living on a boat.

– Reading for understanding of vocabulary.

Writing – Part 1: An email.

– Planning a reply.

Listening – Part 2: Listening for specific information.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 1.

Speaking – Part 1: Saying your name, where you live, what you do, and if you like studying English.
Pronunciation s ending /s/./z/ and /iz/.
Vocabulary – House and home.

– Countable and uncountable nouns.

Grammar – Preposition of time

– Frequency adverbs

– Present simple and present continuous.

– State verbs.

A few, a little, many, much , a lot of, lots of

– Preposition of place.


Unit 2

Making Choices

Reading – Part 6: ‘Would you choose to study at a college or university like this?’.

– Reading for detailed understanding of words and sentences.

Writing – A post about what you used to do ten years ago.

– Part 2: An article on what makes a great place to work.

– Using a mind map to plan an answer.

Listening – Emily talking about her work experience in Mexico.

– Part 1: Seven shorts texts about daily life.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 3.

Speaking – Part 3: Discussing a new club for students to practice English.

– Agreeing and disagreeing.

– Making a decision.

Pronunciation -ed endings /d/, /t/ and /Id/.
Vocabulary – Life choices.

Fail, pass, take, loss, miss, study, and teach do, earn, make, spend, take and win.

Grammar – Past simple.

– Past simple and past continuous.

used to

So do I and Nor/ Neither do I


Unit 3

Having Fun

Reading – Part 3: ‘Sand sculptures’.

– Reading for detailed understanding.

Writing – Part 2: A story about a day out.

– Planning paragraphs.

Listening – Part 4: Marc Pasqual – an Instagram photographer.

– Talking about a skiing holiday.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 2.

Speaking – Part 2: Describing a picture.

– Explaining what you can see and where things are.

Pronunciation -ing endings /n/
Vocabulary – Leisure activities.

– Prepositions of place.

– Phrasal Verbs

– People’s hobbies.

Grammar – Verbs followed by to or -ing


Unit 4

On Holiday

Reading Part 1: Identifying text purpose.
Writing – Part 1: An email.

– Suggesting where to go in a city and what to do.

Listening – Discussing a quiz.

– Part 3: ‘A bushcraft skills course’

– Some friends discussing their next holiday.

Speaking – Part 3:  Discussing where to go in a city.

– Making suggestions and giving reasons.

Pronunciation – Weak forms in comparative stsructures.
Vocabulary – Holiday activities.

Travel, journey and trip.

– Buildings and places.

Grammar – Comparative and superlative adjectives.

A bit, a little, much, far, a lot.

– (Not) as… as…

– Big and enormous (gradable and non-gradable adjectives).


Unit 5

Different Feelings

Reading – Part 4: ‘How I dealt with stress’.

– Identifying the topic of a paragraph.

– Identifying linking words (this, then, do, also, however, etc.)

Writing – Part 2: A story.

– Using adjectives to describe feeling.

Listening – Part 2: Listening for facts, opinions or feelings.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 4.

Speaking – Part 4: Describing personal experiences.

– Asking other people what they think.

Pronunciation – Modal verbs: weak and strong forms.
Vocabulary – Feelings.

– Adjectives and prepositions.

– Adjectives with -ed and -ing.

– Adjectives and their opposites.

Grammar Can, could, might, may (ability and possibility).

Should, shouldn’t, ought to, must, mustn’t, have to, don’t have to (advice, obligation and prohibition).


Unit 6

That’s Entertainment!

Reading – Part 2: ‘Turn off the TV and go out!’.

– Selecting events from an entertainment guide.

Writing – Part 2: An article about a celebration in your country.

– Using the correct style for an article.

Listening – Eliza and Bella planning a night out.

– Part 1: Seven short texts about daily life.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 3.

Speaking – Part 3: Discussing plans for a festival.

– Moving on to a new subject.

Pronunciation – Word stress.
Vocabulary – Television programme.

– Going out.

Been/gone, meet, get to know, find out

Grammar – Present perfect

Just, already and yet.

Since and for

– Present perfect or past simple?


Unit 7

Getting Around

Reading – Reading part 1: Identifying text purpose.
Writing – Part 1: An email.

– Useful email expressions.

Listening – Part 2: Olivia talks about extremely heavy snow while travelling in Italy.

– Identifying distracting information.

– Mia and Owen discuss getting to the station on time.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 2.

Speaking – Part 2: Describing what people are doing in photos.

– Adding new points, and correcting yourself.

–  Describing things you don’t know the name of.

Pronunciation – Word stress in compound nouns.
Vocabulary – Weather.

– Compound words.

Grammar Extremely, fairly, quite, rather, really and very too and enough.

The future.

– Prepositions of movement.


Unit 8


Reading – Famous families.

– Part 6: An article about Emma Watson, a famous influencer.

Writing – Part 2: An article about a person you admire.

– Using correct spelling and punctuation.

Listening – Part 3: ‘How to become famous on YouTube’.

– Completing notes.

– Carter and Will discuss presenters for a YouTube channel.

– Three candidates doing Speaking Part 1.

Speaking – Part 1: Answering general questions.

– Talking about your daily routine and what you like.

Pronunciation – Conditional sentences.

– Contracted words.

Vocabulary – Phrasal verbs.

– Describing people.

– Adjective prefixes and suffixes.

-Adjective order.

Grammar – Zero, first and second conditionals.

When, if, unless + present, future


Unit 9

Stay Fit And Healthy

Reading – Part 3: Evie Scott tallks about exercise at work.

– Identifying opinion and attitude.

Writing – Part 2: A story about feeling nervous.

– Using a range of past tenses to explain what happened.

Listening – Part 2: People talking in six different situations.

– Identifying the situation and what you need to listen for.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 4.

Speaking – Part 4: Discussing sport, fitness and health.

– Showing agreement and polite disagreement.

Pronunciation – Word stress: agreeing and disagreeing.
Vocabulary – Illnesses and accidents.

– Sports.

Do, go and play.

Grammar – Relatives clauses (defining and non-defining)

– Past perfect.


Unit 10

Looks Amazing!

Reading – Part 2: ‘Our top picks at the street food market’.

– Selecting places to eat.

Writing – Part 2: An article.
Listening – Part 1: Seven short texts about daily life.

– Listening carefully for information.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 4.

Speaking – Part 2: Describing everyday objects in photos.

– Explaining what things are made of or used for.

Pronunciation – Connected speech: Linking sound.
Vocabulary Course, dish, food, meal and  plate.

 Shops and services.

Grammar – Commands and instructions.

Have something done.


Unit 11

The Natural World

Reading – ‘Scientists use robot chick to study penguins’.

– Part 5: ‘Working on the Galapagos Islands’.

Writing – Part 1: An email.

– Checking your work for mistakes.

Listening – Part 4: Looking for the Iberian lynx.

– Identifying expressions with similar or different meanings.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 4.

Speaking – Part 4: Discussing ways to help the environment.

– Giving examples.

Pronunciation – Word stress in passive forms.
Vocabulary – The environment.

– Noun suffixes.

Grammar – The passive: present simple and past simple.

– Comparative and superlative adverbs.


Unit 12

Express Yourself!

Reading – Part 4: ‘Can you live without your smartphone for a week?’

– Matching sentences to paragraphs.

Writing – Part 2: A story.

– Using a range of tenses and reported speech.

Listening -Raising money for charity.

– Part 3: A competition to design a new app.

– Two candidates doing Speaking Part 1.

Speaking – Part 1: General questions.

– Talking about habits and routines.

Pronunciation – Intonation in direct and indirect questions.
Vocabulary – Collocations: using your phone.

Ask, ask for, speak, talk, say and tell.

Negative prefixes.

Grammar – Reported speech and reported commands.

– Reported questions.

– Indirect questions.


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