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Speakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six level general English course Upper Intermediate Intermediate Pre intermediate Elementary Starter Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016 Lesson 1 1 Nice to meet you Grammar present simple be Vocabulary countries and nationalities Pronunciation word stress Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE Reading Listening Can

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Speakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six level general English course. for adults that has been developed in association with BBC Worldwide and BBC. Learning English The course integrates authentic video from popular BBC. programmes into every unit and builds the skills and knowledge learners need to. express themselves confidently in a real English speaking environment. Completely revised and aligned to the Global Scale of English this edition has. striking new visuals updated reading and listening texts new video clips and a. large bank of additional practice material,Speakout Extra. Speakout Extra provides downloadable worksheets that meet learners individual. needs by providing them with additional grammar vocabulary pronunciation and. skills practice It also includes extra video exploitation activities to help learners. get the most out of the BBC clips,COURSE COMPONENTS. Students Book with DVD ROM,Students Book with DVD ROM and MyEnglishLab. Students Book Audio CDs,Workbook with Audio CD with and without key. Teacher s Book with Resource and Assessment Disc,ActiveTeach.
Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. The Global Scale of English and,The Common European Framework of Reference. TThe Global Scale of English is a standardised granular scale from 10 to 90 which measures. English language proficiency It is correlated to the Common European Framework of. Reference CEFR Unlike the CEFR which describes proficiency in terms of broad levels the. Global Scale of English identifies what a learner can do at each point on a more granular. scale and within a CEFR level The scale is designed to motivate learners by demonstrating. incremental progress in their language ability The Global Scale of English forms the. backbone for Pearson English course material and assessment. CEFR and the Global Scale of English both comprise a number of Can Do statements for. each of the four language skills describing what learners should be able to do at different. levels of proficiency The Global Scale of English Can Do statements have been aligned to. the CEFR and many additional statements created rated for difficulty and calibrated to the. This document provides an overview of the Can Do statements that are covered in each. unit of the course For each Can Do statement we indicate whether a statement is from the. original CEFR or newly created by Pearson English, C Common European Framework descriptor verbatim Council of Europe. Ca Common European Framework descriptor adapted or edited Council of Europe. N2000 North 2000 descriptor verbatim,N2000a North 2000 descriptor adapted or edited. P New Pearson English descriptor, English courses and testing aligned to a single scale. the Global Scale of English, Visit English com gse to learn more about the Global Scale of English.
Council of Europe 2001 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Learning. teaching assessment Cambridge Cambridge University Press. North B 2000 The Development of a Common Framework Scale of Language Proficiency. New York Peter Lang, Schneider Guenther and Brian North 1999 In anderen Sprachen kann ich Skalen zur. Beschreibung Beurteilung und Selbsteinsch tzung der fremdsprachlichen Kommunikationms. f higkeit Berne Project Report National Research Programme 33 Swiss National Science. Research Council Schneider G North B 2000 Fremdsprachen k nnen was hei t das. Chur Z rich R egger, The copyright of the Can Do statements taken from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages reproduced in this. document belongs to the Council of Europe All users and publishers must ask formal and written permission prior to using these by. writing to the Language Policy Unit of the Council of Europe language policy coe int. Speakout Second Edition is aligned with the Global Scale of English and Common. European Framework of Reference It takes learners from A1 to A2 level Each. lesson guides students to a Can do goal in line with the Global Scale of English. and Common European Framework Can do statements,GSE 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90. Upper Intermediate,Intermediate,Pre intermediate,Elementary. CEFR A1 A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2, Learn about the Global Scale of English at www english com gse.
www pearsonelt com speakout2e, Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Unit One WELCOME,Lesson 1 1 Nice to meet you,Grammar present simple be. Vocabulary countries and nationalities,Pronunciation word stress. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can recognise simple formal and informal greetings P A1 24 8. Speaking Can greet people using a few basic fixed expressions P A1 23 8. Can ask where other people are in a limited way P A1 27 9. Writing Can write the letters of the alphabet in upper and lower case P A1 10 9. Lesson 1 2 Travel light,Grammar this that these those possessives.
Vocabulary objects,Pronunciation word stress this that these those. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 34 10. Speaking Can ask and answer basic requests for information with What s this. that P A1 25 11,Lesson 1 3 Can I have a coffee,Function Making requests. Vocabulary Tourist places,Pronunciation Polite intonation sentence stress. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can understand and follow short simple social exchanges P A2 35 12.
Can extract key factual information such as prices times and dates. from short clear simple announcements P A2 36 13, Speaking Can make simple purchases by stating what is wanted and asking for. the price C A2 32 13, Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Lesson 1 4 Fawlty Towers,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Listening Can understand and follow short simple social exchanges P A2 35 14. Speaking Can use brief everyday expressions to ask for and give personal details. CA A2 33 15, Can ask for the spelling of a word or for the word to be written down. P A1 22 15, Writing Can complete simple forms with basic personal details CA A1 21 15.
Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Unit Two LIFESTYLE,Lesson 2 1 Join us,Grammar present simple I we you they. Vocabulary activities,Pronunciation linking do you. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Reading Can identify specific information in simple letters brochures and short. articles CA A2 30 35 18, Speaking Can ask and answer questions about what they do at work and in their. free time C A2 30 19, Writing Can use very basic connectors like and but so and then P A2 30 19.
Lesson 2 2 High flyers,Grammar present simple he she it. Vocabulary daily routines jobs,Pronunciation third person s. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can understand and follow short simple social exchanges P A2 35 20. Speaking Can describe habits and routines CA A2 39 20. Can ask simple questions to find out about a subject P A2 34 21. Lesson 2 3 What time does it start,Function Asking for information. Vocabulary The time,Pronunciation Sentence stress polite intonation.
Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Speaking Can deal with practical everyday demands exchanging straightforward A2 38 22. factual information CA, Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple direct exchanges of A2 36 23. information CA, Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Lesson 2 4 A visit to Panama,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support P A2 35 24. Listening Can understand and follow short simple social exchanges P A2 35 24. Speaking Can initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics. P A2 31 25, Writing Can write short simple notes emails and postings to friends N2000A A2 30 25.
Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Unit Three PEOPLE,Lesson 3 1 Big happy families,Grammar have has got. Vocabulary family,Pronunciation sentence stress,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 28. Speaking Can ask and answer simple questions about people they know in a. limited way CA A1 28 29,Lesson 3 2 Real friends,Grammar adverbs of frequency. Vocabulary personality,Pronunciation word stress,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Listening Can follow short simple social exchanges P A2 34 30. Speaking Can ask and answer questions about what they do at work and in their. free time C A2 35 30, Can ask and answer simple questions about people they know in a.
limited way CA A1 28 29, Writing Can write simple sentences about their family and where they live CA A1 29 31. Lesson 3 3 Are you free tonight,Function Making arrangements. Vocabulary Time expressions,Pronunciation Intonation to show interest. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can follow short simple social exchanges P A2 34 32. Speaking Can give clear presentations highlighting significant points with. relevant supporting detail CA A2 36 33, Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016.
Lesson 3 4 Diwali celebrations,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 34. Speaking Can give an extended description of everyday topics e g people places. experiences N2000A A2 38 35, Writing Can write short basic descriptions of places people or things P A2 39 35. Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Unit Four PLACES,Lesson 4 1 A place to stay,Grammar there is are. Vocabulary rooms and furniture prepositions, Pronunciation word stress weak forms there s a there are. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational.
material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 38. Listening Can follow short simple social exchanges P A2 34 38. Speaking Can give an extended description of everyday topics e g people places. experiences N2000A A2 38 39, Writing Can use basic punctuation e g commas full stops question marks P A1 23 39. Lesson 4 2 Around town,Grammar can for possibility. Vocabulary places in towns prepositions,Pronunciation word stress weak forms can. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 40. Speaking Can give an extended description of everyday topics e g people places. experiences N2000A A2 38 41,Lesson 4 3 Can I help you.
Function Shopping,Vocabulary Things to buy,Pronunciation Polite intonation. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Speaking Can ask for and provide everyday goods and services C A2 35 42. Can make simple purchases by stating what is wanted and asking for. the price C A2 31 43, Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Lesson 4 4 Favourite places,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 44. Listening Can recognise phrases and content words related to familiar topics e g. shopping local geography C A2 33 45, Speaking Can give an extended description of everyday topics e g shopping local.
geography N2000A A2 38 45, Writing Can write short basic descriptions of places people or things P A2 39 45. Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Unit Five FOOD,Lesson 5 1 My fridge,Grammar countable and uncountable nouns. Vocabulary food and drink,Pronunciation weak forms a an some any. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated with long. pauses CA A1 27 49, Speaking Can ask and answer questions about habits and routines C A2 38 49.
Lesson 5 2 A lifetime in numbers,Grammar how much many quantifiers. Vocabulary food and drink,Pronunciation weak forms a an some any. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 44. Speaking Can ask and answer questions about habits and routines C A2 38 50. Writing Can make simple logical paragraph breaks in a longer text P B1 43 51. Lesson 5 3 Are you ready to order,Function Ordering in a restaurant. Vocabulary Restaurant words,Pronunciation Polite intonation linking.
Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can follow short simple social exchanges P A2 34 53. Speaking Can use simple phrases to order a meal CA A2 31 52. Can use simple phrases to order a meal CA A2 31 53. Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Lesson 5 4 Beach barbeque,Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE. Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational A2 35 54. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA. Listening Can recognise phrases and content words related to familiar topics e g. shopping local geography C A2 33 55, Speaking Can discuss everyday practical issues when the conversation is. conducted slowly and clearly CA B1 44 54, Can give an extended description of everyday topics e g shopping local A2 38 55. geography N2000A, Writing Can write a description of a simple everyday process e g a recipe P A2 39 55.
Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016. Unit Six THE PAST,Lesson 6 1 In their past,Grammar was were. Vocabulary dates and time phrases,Pronunciation weak forms was were. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Speaking Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple direct exchanges of. information CA A2 36 59,Lesson 6 2 Time twins,Grammar Past simple. Vocabulary Life story collocations,Pronunciation Past simple verbs ed endings.
Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Reading Can understand the general meaning of short simple informational. material and descriptions if there is visual support CA A2 35 60. Speaking Can ask and answer questions about past times and activities C A2 40 61. Writing Can write short basic descriptions of past events and activities P A2 40 61. Lesson 6 3 What did you do,Function Asking follow up questions. Vocabulary Activities,Pronunciation Linking did you. Can do objectives CEFR GSE PAGE, Listening Can follow short simple social exchanges P A2 34 62. Speaking Can ask and answer questions about what they do at work and in their. free time C A2 35 63, Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd 2016.

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