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ENGLISH IN MIND for Kazakhstan КАЛЕНДАРНО-ТЕМАТИЧЕСКОЕ ПЛАНИРОВАНИЕ 10 класс Английский язык

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КАЛЕНДАРНО-ТЕМАТИЧЕСКОЕ ПЛАНИРОВАНИЕ

ENGLISH IN MIND for Kazakhstan

10 класс

1 четверть

урок модуль тема  

 

Грамматика

 

 

Лексика

 

 

Устная речь

 

 

Аудирование

 

 

Чтение

 

 

Письмо

 

 

Дом.задание

 

 

Дата

0 A Present Simple vs. Present Continuous; question task Ages, the environment Environment p.4   Ex.1a

p.5   Ex.3c

p.5   Ex.5b

“Beth’s diary entry” Workbook

P2  A

0 B Ways of talking about the future; gerund vs. infinitive Music,

medicine

& health

Medicine

& health

P.6   Ex.1a “Why is it important for Andy that Nadia plays on Saturday” P.7  Ex.2b

P.7  Ex.3,5

WB

P3  B

 

 

0 C Present Perfect with for & since;

Comparatives & superlatives

British English vs. American English, homes Homes P.8   Ex.1b

P.9   Ex.5b

“What do you think about England?” P.8   Ex.2b

P.9   Ex.3,4

WB

P4  C

 

0 D Used to; mustn’t  vs. don’t have to Information technology, noun suffixes Information technology P.10   Ex.1a “It’s legal – but is it right?” P.11 Ex.3,4,5 WB

P5  D

1  

1 Communication

Past Simple vs. Present Perfect Simple Body language, say & tell Ex4   p13 P.12 Ex.1b, 2c “Talking about speaking” P.13   Ex.3d,e WB

P6,7

1 Body

Language

P14

P15

Body language

P14  Ex6

P15  Ex8

P.14  Ex5a, c Ex.7a, b, c WB

P8  Ex3

1 Culture

In mind

P17   Ex11 P16  Ex10c “Talk to the animals”

P16  Ex10

P.17  Ex.12 WB

P9  Ex4

P10-11

2 A true friend Past Simple vs. Past Continuous

Time Conjunctions

Friends & Enemies Ex1a, b, c

P18

P18  Ex1d “Gelert – the faithful dog” P19  Ex2c WB

P12  Ex1,2

2 Past Simple vs. Past Perfect Simple

 

Friends & Enemies P20  Ex1

 

P20  Ex3b, 4

P21  Ex8

“Gelert – the faithful dog”

P.20 Ex.4b

P20  Ex5c, c, d WB

P13  Ex3

2 P21  Ex.6 b,c

Ex9

P21  Ex8 “Are you a loyal friend?”P21  Ex6a WB

P14  Ex4

2 What friends are for Everyday English

P.23 Ex.11a

P22   Ex10a “What friends are for”

P22   Ex10a

P23   Ex11b WB

P15  Ex5, 6

2 Last but not least.

P24  Ex15

P.25

“Tobets of Kazakhstan”

WB

P16

1-2 Check your progress Grammar practice

1-2

WB

P17

3 A working life Present Perfect Simple vs. Continuous

Review

Ex3 p27

Fields of work

Ex1a   p26

P4   Ex27 P26   Ex2b “What part time job do you do now?”

P26. EX. 2a

P27  Ex3c, d WB

P18

3 Had better/should/

ought to

Ex9   p29

Jobs & work

P28   Ex8

P29   Ex11

P29   Ex9, 10 P29  Ex9b WB

P19  Ex2, 3

P20  Ex4

3 Fiction in mind P30   Ex12d P30   Ex12c “The Books of Thoughts” P31  Ex13 WB

P21  Ex5

3 Skills in mind WB

P22  Ex6

WB

P22  Ex6c

Review
Unit check 1-3 Grammar practice

3

Review

 

 

2 четверть

Life forever! Future Predictions P33  Ex2e P32  Ex1d P32  Ex1b P33  Ex2c, d WB

P34  Ex1

4 First Conditional

P34  Ex4

Time conjunctions:

Verbs with prepositions

P35  Ex6

P35  Ex7

P34  Ex3

P35  Ex7

 

P34  Ex3c

P34  Ex5

P35  Ex8

 

P35  Ex6 WB

P25

4 P37  Ex9d P36  Ex9b P37  Ex9c

P38  Ex10a

Song “Live Forever” P.Ex9b

 

WB

P26-27

 

4 P.38 Ex.10,11 P.38 Ex. 10 “Will Computers ever be more intelligent than people?”

P.39“Population

Past, Present & Future”

P93

WB

P28

Check your progress Units

3-4

Grammar Practice

3-4

WB P29
5 Reality TV Make/let/be allowed to Television P40-41

Ex1a, a; 3

 

P40  Ex1d

P41  Ex5

P.40 Ex1c

“Ever fancied being on TV”

P41  Ex2a, b, c

Ex.4

 

WB

P30-31

Ex1-4

 

5 Modal verbs of obligation, prohibition and permission

P42  Ex7

Extreme adjectives and modifiers

P43  Ex8

P43  Ex9

 

P42  Ex6b, c

 

P43  Ex8d, c

 

WB

P32-33

 

5  Culture in mind Making friends

P45  Ex11

P44  Ex10d

 

“Social TV network”

P44  Ex10c

 

P45  Ex12

 

WB

P34  Ex8

 

6  Survival Present Passive & Past Passive

Review

P47  Ex2

 

P46  Ex1c, d

 

P46  Ex1d

P47  Ex3b

 

“Bees dying for a phone call?”

P46  Ex1b

 

P47  Ex2

 

WB

P36-37

 

6 1)   Present Perfect Passive

P48-49  Ex5

2)   Future Passive

3)   Causative

Have (have smth. done)

P49  Ex7

Make  and do P49  Ex6

P49  Ex7c

P49  Ex8

 

“New Bobby Moore Sports Centre” P49  Ex5b, c, d, e

Ex7c, d

WB

P38-39

6 It’s not really a choice P51  Ex10

P51  Ex11

P50  Ex9a P50  Ex9

‘It’s not really a choice’

P51  Ex10, 12 WB

P40

6 P52  Ex14

Last but not least: more speaking

P52  Ex13a

Extra reading .

“Tigers return to Kazakhstan”

P53

P52  Ex13c
Check your progress Units

5-6

WB

Unit Check

P41

Grammar Practice

5-6

Review

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 четверть

7  Good & Evil Gerunds & infinitive P55  Ex3 P54  Ex1b Stories

P54  Ex1a

P55  Ex2 WB

P42

7 Noun suffixes

P56  Ex5

P57  Ex8 P56  Ex4c,d

P57  Ex6

P57  Ex7c WB

P43-44

7 Fiction in mind P.58  Ex.9c “The Water of Wanting”

P.59  Ex.9b

P.59  Ex.10a

P.59  Ex.10c WB

P.45-46

 Be honest Second Conditional review P60  Ex.1a

P.61  Ex.4

P.60  Ex.1b “Are you an Honest person?”

P.60  Ex.2

P.61  Ex.3b, c, e WB

P.48-49

8 I wish… &

If only

Crimes

Crime verbs

P62

P.62  Ex.6

P.63  Ex.8

 

P.62  Ex.5

P.63  Ex.9

P.60  Ex.5c P.62  Ex.5c WB

P.50-51

8 P.64  Ex.10a

P.65  Ex.10h

P.64  Ex.10b, d P.65  Ex.10c,h P.65  Ex.10e, b, g WB

P.52

8 P.66  Ex.12 P.66  Ex11a

“Young people & crime”

P.67Extra reading

P.66  Ex.12 WB
P.53
Units

7-8

Grammar practice

7-8

WB Unit Check
9  The truth is out there! Linkers of contrast: however/although/despite/even though/ in spite of

P.69  Ex.2

P.68  Ex.1c P.69  Ex.3 P.68  Ex.1b Texts A and B

P.69  Ex.6c

WB

P.54-55

9 Modal verbs of deduction (present) p71 Problems

P71  Ex7

P.70  Ex.5 P.70  Ex.4c, e, b P.71  Ex7a P.71  Ex.6

P.71  Ex.7a, b

WB

P.56-57

9  Culture in mind P.72  Ex.8a, b “Do they exist?”

P.72  Ex.8c

“The Lake”

P.73  Ex.9a

P.73  Ex.8c; 9d WB

P.58-59

10 Mysterious places Modal verbs of deduction (past) P.76  Ex.4 P74  Ex1c

P75  Ex3

P75  Ex4b, c

“Mysterious Stones”

P.74  Ex.1b

P.75  Ex.2b, d WB

P.60

10 Indirect questions Phrasal verbs p.77 Ex.6 P.76 Ex.5b P.77 Ex. 7

“The Curse of Tutankhamun’s Tomb”

P.76Ex 5 c,d,h

P. 77 Ex 7c

WB

P. 61-62

10 Everyday English

P.79

Ex.9, 10

P.78  Ex.8a P.78  Ex.8

“What do they do on there”

P.79  Ex.9b

 

WB

P.63

10 P.80  Ex.13 Extra reading “The Horses of Botai”

P.81

P.80  Ex.12 WB

P.63

Units

9-10

Grammar practice

9-10

WB

P.65

 

11

Love Reported speech review

Reported questions

P.82  Ex.1a, b P.82  Ex.1c

P.83  Ex.3

P.82  Ex.1b

“A service of love”

P.83  Ex.2c, d, e, b WB

P.66

11 Reporting verbs Appearance

P.84

P.84  Ex.4c

P.84  Ex.5

P.85  Ex.6a, b P.84  Ex.4a P.84  Ex.4b WB

P. 67

11 Fiction in mind Relationships

P.87x.9

P.86  Ex.8c P.86  Ex.8b “The story of so far”

P.86  Ex.8a

P.87  Ex.9b,10b WB

P.68

Revision Grammar practice

11

WB

P.70-71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 четверть

1 12 Regret Third Conditional P.88  Ex.1d P.88  Ex.1c “Weblogs.net-the place we blog!”

P.88  Ex.1d

P.89  Ex.2b, c WB

P.71

2 12 Anger

P.89

P.89  Ex.9c P.89  Ex.3a

“My angry family”

P.89  Ex.3a WB

P.72

3 12 I wish/ If only for past situations P.90  Ex.5a, b, e P.90  Ex.4b, c P.90  Ex.5d, e WB

P.73

4 12 Should/ shouldn’t have done P.91  Ex.6e P.91  Ex.7 P.91  Ex.6a, b, c, d WB

P.74

5 12 P.93  Ex.9a, b A song.

P.92  Ex.8a

P.92  Ex.8a

“No regrets”

P.92  Ex.8a WB

P.75

6 12 P.94  Ex.11a The story.

P.94  Ex.10a

P.94  Ex.10c WB

P.76

7 12 “Baikonur” Extra reading

“Baikonur”

WB

P.77

8 Units

11-12

Grammar practice

12

Review
9 13 Hopes & tears Defining & non-defining relative clauses P.96  Ex.1a P.96  Ex.1c

P.97  Ex.3

P.96  Ex.1b

“What are you afraid of?”

P.97  Ex.2a, b, c

P.97  Ex.4b

WB

P.78

10 13

 

Definite, indefinite & zero article Adjectives with prefixes P.98  Ex.5a

P.98  Ex.6c

P.98  Ex.5b, c, e P.99  Ex.7c P.98  Ex.6a,b

P.99  Ex.7b

WB

P.79-80

11 13  Culture in mind Phrasal Verbs with through P.101  Ex.9c P.100  Ex.8c “Sleepy Hollow”

P.100  Ex.8c

P.101  Ex.9a, b

P.101  Ex.10c

WB

P.81-83

12 14 Happiness Be used to P.102  Ex.1a P.102  Ex.1b Read the Article

P.102  Ex.1c

P.103  Ex.2c, d WB

P.84

13 14 Expressions with feel P.104  Ex.4a, c

P.105  Ex.6

P.104  Ex.3b, c

P.105  Ex.7

P.105  Ex.5b; 6c, d, e WB

P.85

14 14 A tough decision Everyday English P.107  Ex.9a

P.107  Ex.10

P.107  Ex.11c

P.106  Ex.8a “ A tough decision”

P.106  Ex.8a

P.107  Ex.9b; 11b WB

P.86-87

15 14 P.108  Ex.13 Extra reading

“Zheke-Batyr’s search for happiness”

P.109.

P.108  Ex.12a WB

P.88-89

16 Units

13-14

Grammar practice

13-14

Review

 

 

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