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Cambridge English: Movers

Primary 3 – 4

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 Movers

Level: Primary 3 – 4

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.


This course combines the Cambridge English: Movers 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 Movers exam.


  • Topic-based curriculum covering all essential areas of the Movers 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


Unit 1: Body and Clothes

    • Warm-up: Crazy face
    • Writing: Body parts
    • Writing: Colourful clothes
    • Listening: Identify them!
    • Writing: Describing a person
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Who are they?
    • Game: Catch the thief
    • Speaking: Odd-one-out

Unit 2: The Wong Family

    • Warm-up: Getting to know you
    • Writing: What is his/her job?
    • Reading and writing: My family
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: One happy day

Unit 3: Party Time

    • Warm-up: Food questionnaire
    • Crossword puzzle: Dinner party
    • Listening: At the supermarket
    • Writing: Numbers
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: At the restaurant
    • Game: I went to the supermarket and bought…
    • Reading and writing: What I ate today

Unit 4: Animals

    • Warm-up: What am I?
    • Writing: Animals in the wild
    • Writing: Describing on animal
    • Reading and writing: The ant and the mouse
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Trip to the zoo
    • Reading and writing: Giraffes

Unit 5: Sports and Leisure

    • Warm-up: Simon says…
    • Class survey
    • Writing: I’m good at…
    • Grammar: Past tense
    • Writing: What did they do during the holidays?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Favourite hobbies
    • Reading and writing: At the Sports Centre

Unit 6: Health

    • Warm-up: Spot the difference
    • Reading and writing: What’s the matter?
    • Useful phrases
    • Speaking: At the doctor’s
    • Listening: At the hospital
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: How is Paul?
    • Reading and writing: Why did he/she…?

Unit 7: Home and School

    • Warm-up: Things at home
    • Game: Name the object
    • Listening: Where is it?
    • Writing: What do they have at home?
    • Game: What is in my room?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Let’s colour and write!
    • Listening: Who’s in Sally’s picture?
    • Reading and writing: One busy day

Unit 8: Places and Directions

    • Warm-up: Which building is it?
    • Matching game: Who are they?
    • Writing: Where do they go?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Finish the map
    • Reading and writing: What places are these?
    • Reading and writing: Julia’s town
    • Speaking:
      – Find the difference
      – Paul needs help
      – Odd-one-out

Unit 9: Weather

    • Warm-up: Weather sounds
    • Speaking and writing: Favourite weather
    • Listening: Weather report
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Charlie’s favourite weather
    • Writing: What can you do on a sunny day?
    • Game: How is he/she doing it?
    • Reading and writing: Rainbows

Unit 10: The World Around Us

    • Warm-up: Parts of our world
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Forest or jungle
    • Reading and writing: Would you like to…?
    • Writing: Where would you like to live?
    • Reading and writing: Things around us