After completing the course Kid’s Box 1, the student will achieve the following results:
- 🤝Communicative functions
- Describing places, animals, possessions.
- Asking about quantities.
- Asking about how often something happens.
- Giving advice.
- Expressing obligation.
- Talking about plans for the future.
- Talking about actions which are going to happen based on evidence.
- Talking about actions connected by relative clauses.
- Making predictions about the future.
- Talking about actions which are connected.
- Describing what was happening at a moment in the past.
- Give and receive directions using a map.
- Talking about non-specific quantities.
- Talking about what happened in the past and how it will affect the present.
- Describing clothes and paintings.
- Talking about possibility.
- The student is able to recite poems or sing a song with correct pronunciation and intonation.
- The student is able to describe an object or a person using familiar structures. (10-12 sentences)
- The student is able to take part in spoken interaction spontaneously.
- The student is able to understand a story based on familiar vocabulary and constructions and accompanied by visual aids. The story may contain some unknown words.
- The student is able to guess the meaning of some unknown words from the context.
- The student is able to read a text based on familiar vocabulary and structures, including some unknown words.
- The student is able to deduce information from diverse texts about subjects of interest.
- The student is able to identify relevant information on written posters and simple maps.
- Reproduce simple texts using previously presented models.
- Fill in forms or cards with personal information and data.
- Write short letters, e-mails or postcards with personal information and information about your immediate surroundings.
- Write simple stories and descriptions.
- Revision: Present Simple, Present Continuous, can, have got, how many, how often, must, should, there’s, has got
- going to (plans)
- Relative clauses: who, where, which
- Will (predictions)
- Connectors: after that, because, before, then, when
- Past Continuous and Past Simple.
- Countable and uncountable nouns: enough, too many, too much
- Present perfect with for, since, still
- Quantifiers: some, any, no, every, someone, anyone, no-one, everyone, something, anything, nothing, everything, somewhere, anywhere, nowhere, everywhere
- Modal verbs: may, might
- Present perfect with just, yet, already
- Regular and irregular past participles
- New technologies
- Myths and legends
- Mythological animals
- Current means of transport
- Space travel
- The countryside
- Cardinal points
- Adventures and expeditions
- Seas and oceans
- Free time and hobbies
- Countries and nationalities
- Pronunciation of compound names
- Sounds /θ / and /ð / associated with the written letter th.
- Contractions ‘ll, ‘’m, ’re, ’s, n’t.
- Words with ‘y’.
- Sounds /k/ and /g/
- Written letter gh.
- Sounds /b/ and /v/.
- Stressed syllables in words.
- The sound /ʌ/.
- The suffix –ed: sounds /id/, /d/, /t/.
- The correct intonation for expressing different feelings.
- Intonation in word lists.
- The sounds /θ /, /ð / and /d/.
- Literature: myths and legends
- Art: landscape paintings and artists
- Science: solar system, microorganisms, food chain
- Music: musical genres and styles
- History: history of dresses around the world
- Language: the origins of the English language
- Value the importance of the responsible use of new technologies.
- Value the importance of the safety at home.
- Value the importance of living together at home
- Value the importance of sharing problems.