Course Name:

Level:

No. of Lessons:

Lesson Duration:

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Cambridge English: Flyers

Primary 5 – 6

10 (Suggested)

1 hr 30 mins (Suggested)

Native English teachers with a university degree ; related teaching experience, and/or teacher training such as TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, PGDE/PCEd, etc.

Course Name: Cambridge English Flyers

Level: Primary 5 – Primary 6

No. of Lessons: 10 (Suggested)

Lesson Duration: 1 hr 30 mins (Suggested)

Instructors: Native English teachers with a university degree ; related teaching experience, and/or teacher training such as TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, PGDE/PCEd, etc.

Objectives

This course combines the Cambridge English: Flyers syllabus, with Eureka’s communicative approach to teaching school programmes. With its age-appropriate activities, and child-friendly graphics, this programme introduces essential English used in every-day life. It also serves as a preparation tool for the Cambridge Flyers exam.

Features

  • Topic-based curriculum covering all essential areas of the Flyers level: listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar
  • Clearly defined learning objectives and meaningful tasks included in each unit
  • Structured lesson plans for classroom delivery by native-speaking English teachers (school programmes only)
  • Exam-format consolidation excercises
  • Unit-by-unit vocabulary list
  • Final mock test to evaluate learning

Outline

Unit 1: My Family and Friends


    • Writing and speaking: Giving a self introduction
    • Reading and writing: Family and relationships
    • Reading and writing: My best friend
    • Speaking: Interview
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: At the park
    • Reading and writing: All about my family
    • Grammar: Before/after clauses

Unit 2: A Day Out in Town


    • Listening: Beach time!
    • Writing: What transport can you see in town?
    • Writing: Places in town
    • Reading and writing: What or where am I?
    • Speaking: Asking for and giving directions
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Let’s go to lunch!
    • Grammar:
      – Preposition of location
      – If clauses (zero conditions)

Unit 3: Let’s have a feast!


    • Speaking: find the difference
    • Writing: Setting up the table
    • Speaking: At the restaurant
    • Listening: Going to a birthday party
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Dining out
    • Reading: Dessert ingredients!
    • Grammar:
      – Past continuous
      Be/look/sound/feel/taste/smell like…

Unit 4: At the Shopping Centre


    • Speaking: Favourite restaurant
    • Speaking: At the clothes shop
    • Reading and writing: Lost and found
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: What are they going to buy?
    • Reading and writing: What are they?
    • Grammar:
      – Will/be going to
      – By + reflexive pronoun

Unit 5: My Home


    • Listening: Daisy’s plan
    • Game: Scavenger hunt
    • Writing: Things at home
    • Writing: Materials
    • Speaking: What is it made for?
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: At the furniture shop
    • Grammar:
      – Be made of
      – Tag questions

Unit 6: Back to School


    • Writing: What are these made of?
    • Writing: School subjects
    • Expressing time
    • Reading and writing: Albert’t timetable
    • Reading and writing: Fun with words
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Talking about school subjects
    • Grammar:
      – Preposition of time
      – Make somebody/something + adjective

Unit 7: Holiday


    • Reading and writing: A meeting in the library
    • Writing: Months and seasons
    • Speaking: Going on holiday
    • Reading and writing: Weather forecast
    • Writing: A postcard from London
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: A lucky holiday
    • Grammar: May/might

Unit 8: When I Grow Up


    • Speaking: Adventure in the snow
    • Writing: What are their jobs?
    • Speaking: What’s his/her job?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Jobs in the family
    • Reading and writing: Dream big dreams!
    • Grammar: Present perfect

Unit 9: Body and Health


    • Reading and writing: What do they do?
    • Writing: I’m not feeling too well
    • Speaking: At the hospital
    • Reading and writing: What’s the matter?
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Causes of illness
    • Reading and writing: A weekend with Doctor Cook
    • Grammar: Could/should

Unit 10: Wildlife


    • Reading and writing: Why am I ill?
    • Writing: Animals
    • Writing: Animal kingdom
    • Reading and writing: Animal race
    • Reading and writing: Dinosaurs
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Noah’s ark
    • Grammar:
      – Adverbs
      – as … as