8.SINIFLAR İNGİLİZCE DERSİ

İNGİLİZCE DERSİ

2014 - 2015 EĞİTİM ÖĞRETİM YILI 8. SINIF İNGİLİZCE DERSİ KONULARININ
ÇALIŞMA TAKVİMİNE GÖRE DAĞILIM ÇİZELGESİ

UNIT 1 FRIENDSHIP

Month

Week

Hour

 

FUNCTIONS

 

SKILLS

SEPTEMBER

3rd  &   4th  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

412

Describing personal qualities.

Advising others to do something.

Expressing opinions and making choices.

Instructing or directing others to do something.

Inquiring and expressing how certain/uncertain one is of something.

Inquiring about and expressing expectations.

Asking for and giving information about habits and pastimes.

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Speaking

Making him/herself understood in short contributions, even though pauses, false starts and reformulation are very evident.

Constructing phrases on familiar topics with sufficient ease to handle short exchanges, despite very noticeable hesitation and false starts.

Interacting with reasonable ease in structured situations and short conversations, provided the other person helps if necessary.

Asking and answering questions and exchange ideas and information on familiar topics in predictable everyday situations.

OCTOBER

EKİM

1st

4

UNIT 2 ROAD TO SUCCESS

OCTOBER

2nd  & 4th

 

8

 

Following and giving simple instructions.

Describing simple processes.

Drawing simple conclusions.

Imparting and seeking factual information: identifying, asking, and describing personal qualities.

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material such as travel guides, brochures, etc.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Understanding concepts and their relationships and grouping them.

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Writing

Making notes

Taking notes

Underlining, highlighting, circling key concepts.

Summarizing in the form of lists and charts.

Transferring information

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Speaking

Delivering very short rehearsed announcements of predictable, learnt content which are intelligible to listeners who are prepared to concentrate.

Giving a short, rehearsed presentation on a topic pertinent to his/her everyday life, briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions, plans and actions.

Coping with a limited number of straightforward follow up questions.

 

I.  DÖNEM BİRİNCİ SINAV

 

 

 

UNIT 3 IMPROVING ONE’S LOOKS

 

OCTOBER

 

5th  

 

4

 

Seeking and giving information

Warning others to take care or to refrain from doing something, instructing or directing others to do something.

Seeking and giving advice

Suggesting a course of action.

Responding to offers and suggestions.

Drawing simple conclusions and making recommendations.

Describing people (personal appearance, qualities)

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances on everyday topics of a concrete type to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Writing short, simple notes and messages relating to matters in areas of immediate need.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances on everyday topics of a concrete type to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Describing everyday aspects of his/her environment

Using simple descriptive language to make brief statements.

Finding out and passing on straightforward factual information.

Discussing practical issues in a simple way when addressed clearly, slowly and directly.

Explaining what s/he likes or dislikes about something.

Using an inadequate word from his/her repertoire and using gesture to clarify what he/she wants to say.

Communicating in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

Participating in short conversations in routine contexts on topics of interest.

Asking and answering questions about habits and routines.

 

NOVEMBER

 

 

 

 

1st &  2nd

8

 

 

UNIT 4 DREAMS

 

NOVEMBER

 

3rd &  4th  

8

Imparting and seeking factual information.

Expressing surprise.

Talking about past events and states in the past. Understanding and producing simple narratives.

Expressing (in)ability in the past.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing very short, basic descriptions of events and past activities.

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Speaking

Interacting with reasonable ease in structured situations and short conversations.

 

 

 

 

 

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Dealing with practical everyday demands: finding out and passing on straightforward factual information.

Asking and answering questions about past events and activities.

Using simple techniques to start; maintaining, or ending a short conversation.

Initiating, maintaining and closing simple, face-to-face conversation.

Asking for attention.

Indicating when he/she is following.

Asking very simply for repetition when he/she does not understand.

Asking for clarification about key words or phrases not understood using stock phrases.

Saying he/she didn’t follow.

 

 

 

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UNIT 5 ATATÜRK: THE FOUNDER OF TURKISH REPUBLIC

 

DECEMBER

 

1st  &  2nd

 

8

Imparting and seeking factual information.

Talking about past events and states in the past. Understanding and producing simple narratives.

Expressing (in)ability in the past.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing very short, basic descriptions of events and past activities.

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Speaking

Interacting with reasonable ease in structured situations and short conversations.

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Dealing with practical everyday demands: finding out and passing on straightforward factual information.

Asking and answering questions about past events and activities.

Using simple techniques to start; maintaining, or ending a short conversation.

Initiating, maintaining and closing simple, face-to-face conversation

Asking for attention.

Indicating when he/she is following.

Asking very simply for repetition when he/she does not understand.

Asking for clarification about key words or phrases not understood using stock phrases.

Saying he/she didn’t follow.

 

 

 

UNIT 6 DETECTIVE STORIES

 

DECEMBER

EKİM

3rd  &  4th

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

8

 

 

 

 

 

412

Imparting and seeking factual information.

Talking about past events and states in the past. Understanding and producing simple narratives.

Expressing (in)ability in the past.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the

information required

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing very short, basic descriptions of events and past

activities

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Identifying the main point of reports of events where the visual supports the commentary.

Speaking

Dealing with practical everyday demands: finding out and passing on straightforward factual information.

Asking and answering questions about past events and activities.

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and places.

Telling a story or describing something in a simple list of points

Giving short basic descriptions of events and activities.

 

UNIT 7 PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

 

JANUARY

1st &  2nd

 

8

Imparting and seeking factual information.

Talking about personal experiences.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing very short, basic descriptions of events and personal experiences.

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Dealing with practical everyday demands: finding out and passing on straightforward factual information.

Asking and answering questions about personal experiences.

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and places.

Handling very short social exchanges about personal experiences.

Making him/herself understood in an interview and communicating ideas and information on familiar topics.

 

 

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UNIT 8 COOPERATION IN THE FAMILY

 

JANUARY

3rd  &   4th

8

Requesting others to do something.

Instructing or directing others to do something.

Requesting assistance.

Refusing.

Apologizing.

Talking about recent activities and completed actions.

Expressing gratitude.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday

Material.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing very short, basic descriptions of events and personal

Experiences.

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Dealing with practical everyday demands: finding out and passing on straightforward factual information.

Checking whether someone has done something or not.

Handling very short social exchanges about personal experiences

Using an inadequate word from his/her repertoire and using gesture to clarify what he/she wants to say.

Giving thanks.

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Accepting or refusing a request.

 

 

 

UNIT 9 SUCCESS STORIES

 

FEBRUARY

2nd & 3rd & 4th

 

12

 

 

 

 

Imparting and seeking factual information.

Describing education qualifications and skills.

Talking about accomplishments.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in simple everyday material.

Locating specific information in lists and isolating the information required.

Locating the topic sentence and supporting details and examples.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “and”, “but” and “because”.

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences about people, their educational background and accomplishments.

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

412

 

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Giving a simple description or presentation of people.

Using an inadequate word from his/her repertoire and using gesture to clarify what he/she wants to say.

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Communicating in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

Talking about people, their educational background and accomplishments.

 

 

UNIT 10 READING FOR ENTERTAINMENT

 

MARCH

1st & 2nd

8

Understanding and producing simple narratives.

Expressing accomplishments.

Expressing recent activities and completed actions.

Expressing personal experiences.

 

Reading

Understanding a short story.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of a text and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Understanding the relation between people and events.

Making a story flowchart.

Writing

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Summarizing gist.

Listening

Predicting the mood of a story by the help of the melody.

Speaking

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and events.

Discussing events in a story or the plot in a simple way.

Saying what he/she thinks about things in a story.

Asking for clarification about key words or phrases not understood using stock phrases.

 

 

 

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UNIT 11 PERSONAL GOALS

 

MARCH

  3rd &  4th  

 

 

8

 

Understanding simple stories and acknowledging others’ viewpoints.

Expressing personal goals and outcomes.

Inquiring about and expressing want, desire.

Asking and answering questions to check on meaning (purpose) and intention.

Expressing purpose, cause and result, and giving reasons.

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in stories

Locating specific information in quotes or slogans and isolating the information required.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Summarizing gist.

Making a list of personal goals.

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “because”.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

 

 

 

 

 

Speaking

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and events.

Discussing events in a story or the plot in a simple way.

Saying what he/she thinks about things in a story.

Asking for clarification about key words or phrases not understood using stock phrases

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Communicating in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information.

Performing and responding to basic language functions, such as information exchange and requests and express opinions and attitudes in a simple way.

 

 

UNIT 12 PERSONALITY TYPES

 

APRIL

1st &  2nd

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Identifying and expressing personal strengths and weaknesses.

Describing people in terms of personal qualities

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in texts

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Filling in tests and questionnaires

Writing

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Summarizing gist.

Writing a series of simple phrases and sentences linked with simple connectors like “because”.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and events.

Asking for clarification about key words or phrases not understood using stock phrases.

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Communicating in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information.

Performing and responding to basic language functions, such as information exchange and requests and express opinions and attitudes in a simple way.

 

 

UNIT 13 LANGUAGE LEARNING

 

APRIL

 3rd & 4th &  5th   

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

Expressing opinions and judgments.

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in texts

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Summarizing gist.

Using the most frequently occurring connectors to link simple sentences in order to describe something as a simple list of points.

 

 

 

 

 

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Describing something in a simple list of points.

Giving a short, rehearsed presentation on a topic pertinent to his/her everyday life, briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions.

Making him/herself understood in short contributions, even though pauses, false starts and reformulation are very evident.

Communicating what he/she wants to say in a simple and direct exchange of limited information on familiar and routine matters, but in other situations he/she generally has to compromise the message.

 

 

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UNIT 14 PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES

 

MAY

1st & 2nd

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warning others to take care or refrain from doing something.

Advising others to do something.

Suggesting a course of action.

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in texts

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Using the most frequently occurring connectors to link simple sentences in order to describe something as a simple list of points.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Speaking

Describing something in a simple list of points.

Giving a short, rehearsed presentation on a topic pertinent to his/her everyday life, briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions.

Making him/herself understood in short contributions, even though pauses, false starts and reformulation are very evident.

Making and responding to suggestions.

Exchanging limited information on familiar and routine operational matters.

 

 

 

UNIT 15 PREFERENCES

 

MAY

3rd &  4th

 

8

 

 

Inquiring about and expressing agreement and disagreement.

Offering to do something.

Accepting or declining an offer or invitation.

Inquiring about and expressing preference.

Inquiring about and expressing want, desire.

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context.

Writing

Using the most frequently occurring connectors to link simple sentences in order to describe something as a simple list of points.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context

Speaking

Making him/herself understood in short contributions, even though pauses, false starts and reformulation are very evident.

Dealing with common aspects of everyday living such as travel, lodgings, eating and shopping.

Asking for and providing everyday goods and services

Discussing what to do next, making and responding to suggestions, asking for and giving directions.

Discussing what to do in the evening, at the weekend, etc.

 

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UNIT 16 EMPATHY

JUNE

1st &  2nd

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inquiring about and expressing agreement and disagreement.

Inquiring about and expressing approval and disapproval.

Understanding simple stories and acknowledging others’ viewpoints.

Expressing personal opinions.

Expressing sympathy.

 

Reading

Understanding short, simple texts on familiar matters.

Finding specific, predictable information in stories.

Locating specific information in quotes or slogans and isolating the information required.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances.

to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context

Writing

Picking out and reproducing key words and phrases or short sentences from a short text within the learner’s limited competence and experience.

Summarizing gist.

Using the most frequently occurring connectors to link simple sentences in order to describe something as a simple list of points.

Listening

Catching the main point in short, clear and simple messages.

Finding specific information in simple recorded texts.

Using an idea of the overall meaning of short texts and utterances to derive the probable meaning of unknown words from the context

Speaking

Giving a simple description or presentation of people and events.

Discussing events in a story or the plot in a simple way.

Saying what he/she thinks about things in a story.

Asking for clarification about key words or phrases not understood using stock phrases.

Understanding enough to manage simple, routine exchanges without undue effort.

Communicating in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information.

Performing and responding to basic language functions, such as information exchange and requests and expressing opinions and attitudes in a simple way.

 

 

 

 

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