Headway Elementary. 2 (Второй уровень)
Объем курса 60 в Москве а/час.
Стоимость курса в Москве без скидки (обучение в группе): 7560 р.
Стоимость курса в Москве с учетом скидки 7% (при получении купона на сайте): 7030 р.
Курс «Elementary» рассчитан на слушателей, имеющих базовые представления о грамматике и разговорной практике английского языка, но не обладающих систематическими знаниями грамматики и не имеющих достаточного словарного запаса.
Программа курса рассчитана на развитие 4 видов навыков: разговорная речь, восприимчивость информации на слух, грамматика, письменная речь.
Курс включает разговорную практику по тематике повседневной жизни с объемом новой лексики 25-30 слов за урок в классе; базовую грамматику английского языка (основные времена и грамматические конструкции), аудирование в классе и дома, и письменные упражнения в рамках домашних заданий.
Food and drink
Grammar: like and would like. 1 like apples. I'd like an apple. some and any with countable and uncountable nouns. There's some sugar. There aren't any eggs.
Vocabulary: Food and drink. Shops and things to buy. newsagent's a phone card. Word search on food.
Everyday English: In a hotel. Could I have a double room? Could you give me the hill?
Skills work: Speaking. Likes and dislikes Roleplay. Going shopping. Reading and listening. 'Meals in Britain'. Six mealtime conversations.
Grammar: How much...? or How many ...? How much homework do you get? How many languages do you speak?
Vocabulary: Adjectives that describe food and drink. brown bread black coffee
Writing: Formal and informal letters. A letter to a hotel and a letter to a friend.
Grammar: Comparative adjectives. cheaper more expensive have got and have. I've got a good job. 1 have a good job. Superlative adjectives. the oldest the most modern
Vocabulary: Opposite adjectives. clean — dirty Town and country words. traffic lights, field
Everyday English: Directions (2). prepositions of movement past, through
Skills work: Roleplay. A king and a queen heading and speaking (jigsaw). 'Two capital cities'
Grammar: Compounds with every-and no-. everybody, nobody everywhere, nowhere everything, nothing
Vocabulary: Compound nouns. town centre, motorway
Writing: Relative pronouns. who, that, which Writing about your capital city.
Grammar: Present Continuous He's wearing glasses. Whose? and possessive pronouns. Whose is this dog? It's mine.
Vocabulary: Describing people. He's got long hair. Clothes and colours. She's wearing a red suit. Words that rhyme. steak/wake
Everyday English: In a clothes shop. Can I try it on? will for a decision. I'll have the blue jumper.
Skills work: Speaking. Picture differences: the hotel pool listening and writing. Who's who at the party? Listening. 'Wonderful tonight' (a song)
Grammar: Present Simple and Present Continuous. What do they do? What are they doing?
Vocabulary: Pans of the body. back, knee
Writing: Linking words. although, because of Describing two people in your family.
Planning the future
Grammar: going to future I'm going to be a dancer. Infinitive of purpose. I'm going to Holland to see the tulips.
Vocabulary: The weather. sunny, windy What's the weather like?
Everyday English: Making suggestions. What shall we do? Let's have a pizza.
Skills work: Reading and speaking. Dangerous sports 'The Rock Star!' Speaking (information gap). What's the weather like today?
Grammar: Auxiliaries. am/is/are, do/does/did
Vocabulary: Word stress. airport guitar
Writing: Writing a postcard.
Did you know that?
Grammar: Question forms How many ...? What sort...? What happened ...? Adverbs. quickly, slowly well, hard
Vocabulary: Talking about a book. What sort of story is it? What's it about?
Everyday English: Catching a train. A return ticket,, please.
Skills work: Speaking (information gap). Laurel and Hardy. Listening and speaking. 'In the middle of the night'. Reading and listening. A short story called 'The Girl with Green Eyes'
Grammar: Question forms. Which one?
Vocabulary: Noun and adjective suffixes. colour — colourful, sun — sunny. -ing and -ed adjectives. bored — boring
Writing: Adverbs. happy — happily. Writing a story. Once upon a time
In my life
Grammar: Present Perfect with ever and never I've never been to Canada. with yet and just. We haven't seen a show yet. I've just been in Central Park.
Vocabulary: Odd one out. waitress nephew grandmother widow
Everyday English: Telephoning. Can I speak to Jo. please?
Skills work: Listening and speaking. What have you done in your life? Reading and speaking. 'Three amazing grandmas'
Grammar: been or gone? Jane's gone to Portugal. I've been to Portugal
Vocabulary: What is it? It's very interesting. I've just read chapter 10. It = a book/novel
Writing: Filling in a form
Thank you and goodbye
Grammar: Verb patterns / want to go home. We enjoyed meeting you. It's easy to learn English. say and tell. She said that the party was good. She told me that the party was good
Vocabulary: Multi-word verbs. He took off his coat. The plane took off.
Everyday English: Problems with officials. You can't enter the country. have to for obligation. You have to fill in a customs form
Skills work: Speaking. Acting out dialogues. Reading and listening. 'She's leaving home' (a song).
Grammar: Obligation. have to/has to Policemen have to wear a uniform.
Vocabulary: Noun suffixes and word stress. describe, description Words that are nouns and verbs. cook, love
Writing: A thank-you letter, paragraphing, writing an envelope.