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Cambridge English: Starters 

Kindergarten 2 – Primary 2

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 Starters

Level: Kindergarten 2 – Primary 2

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: Starters 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 Starters exam.

Features

  • Topic-based curriculum covering all essential areas of the Starters 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
  • Exam-format consolidation excercises
  • Unit-by-unit vocabulary list
  • Final mock test to evaluate learning

Outline

Unit 1: Myself


    • Warm-up: Simon says
    • Writing: Body and face
    • Writing: How many … do you have?
    • Picture activity: What is missing?
    • Picture activity: Opposites 
    • Speaking: Greetings
    • Writing and drawing: About me 
    • Vocabulary 
    • Reading and writing: Barbara’s birthday

Unit 2: Family


    • Revision – Listening: who is this?
    • Reading: Dorothy’s family
    • Writing: Family tree
    • Vocabulary
    • Speaking: Interviews 

Unit 3: Time


    • Revision – Poem: Magic show
    • Reading and writing: What time of the day is it?
    • Reading and writing: What food do they like?
    • Listening and writing: What time is it?
    • Listening and writing: How much is it?
    • Vocabulary 
    • Reading and writing: Dorothy’s school day

Unit 4: Clothes


    • Revision – Speaking and writing: What’s in the box?
    • Listening: Colour hunt
    • Colouring: Colours
    • Writing: Matching clothes
    • Reading and writing: Learning about clothes
    • Reading and writing: What are they wearing?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: A colourful birthday party

Unit 5: Food


    • Revision – Speaking and writing: Whose … is it?
    • Writing: Name the food
    • Reading and writing: Are there any pears?
    • Determiners: This / that / these / those
    • Speaking: Would you like…?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: What are they eating?

Unit 6: Animals


    • Revision – Listening: Going on a picnic
    • Crossword puzzle
    • Game: What animal am I?
    • Matching: What animals are they?
    • Writing: Do you like these animals?
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Put a tick or a cross

Unit 7: Home


    • Revision – Stand up or sit down?
    • Writing: Rooms in a house
    • Writing: Furniture and things around the house
    • Prepositions: Where is it?
    • Vocabulary
    • Reading and writing: Put a tick or a cross

Unit 8: Transport


    • Revision: Stand up or sit down?
    • Writing: How do you go to school?
    • Reading and writing: Getting around
    • Speaking and writing: What are they doing?
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: All about Anna

Unit 9: Hobbies


    • Revision: Find it!
    • Writing: Let’s play!
    • Reading and writing: How can we play?
    • Reading and writing: A good day out 
    • Reading and writing: Fun at home
    • Speaking: Our hobbies
    • Vocabulary
    • Listening: Who is in the  park?

Unit 10: School


    • Revision: What ball games are they miming?
    • Listening and speaking: I spy…
    • Reading and writing: Dorothy’s school bag
    • Reading, writing and speaking: Dorothy’s school day 
    • Listening: Classroom English 1 & 2
    • Vocabulary 
    • Listening: A colourful classroom