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2011-3-6,

Curriculum for English 1

 

  1. Basic of curriculum

To develop of student’s knowledge of English that help their everyday activity. To help them to get worldwide information about culture, tradition, technique, and science of England, USA and other. To have an ability to speak fluently, listen translate onto both English and Mongolian text economy.

 

  1. Objective

-          Regarding students knowledge – to expand students knowledge of grammar and learn some new vocabularies on.

-          To obtain the ability to read, speak, listen and write.

-          Regarding student’s attitude – along with obtaining elementary level for English student’s can communicate foreigners by using English fluently when they are in foreign countries.

 

Purpose – to have flowing four skills

 

Speaking – act out dialogues, give a talk on certain

-          topics, express the own opinions take a part in discussion

-          on variety of topics use all grammar knowledge in real – life

-          situations describe, items, people and places and compare them.

 

Reading – read type of home – location – size – inside the house/flat/rooms, furniture etc/outside the house, a letter, weather description, buying clothes, shopping list, menu, advertisement, restaurant and translate simple, medium and large texts, using dictionary, read newspaper, journal and understand general meaning and find out general meaning.

 

Writing – write advertisement for houses, letter to a pen friend

- an article about a celebrities daily routine

- a postcard, an advertisement for a restaurant

- write article and a biography, of 70 – 100 words on various ranger of topic

- write article about a celebrities daily routine

- write an essay of 100 -150 words and expressing opinions and views

- write down analyses of listened materials

- translate original texts into Mongolian using dictionary

 

Listening – listen to introducing people, daily routine

-          interviewing a celebrity, weather descriptions, people’s habits

-          magazine article, asking personal questions, teachers

-          classmates speech and understand it

-          listen to cassettes and find out for main meaning

 

 

Curriculum for the Economics’ first year students

 

 First semester                                                                                       

 

 

 

Topics

 

Contents and functions

 

Hours

 

 

 

Alphabet and phonetics

- Short vowel sounds, long vowel sounds,

more long vowel sounds, plurals.

- The sounds of all letters.

- Compound words, words with –ed and –ing,

 “Silent letters”, words with er and est.

- More syllable patterns, synonyms and antonyms,Three or four syllable words.

 

2

2

 

2

 

2

 

Using dictionary

Find words and reading practice

2

 

Written practice

Modifiers

- Written practice

- Personal pronoun

- Possessive pronoun and verb to be

- Verb to be, questions and negatives

- The article: a, an

- The article: the

- Possessive ‘s do exercises

- Verb to have; questions and negatives

 

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

 

Review of all units

 

 

2

 

 

Unit 1

Introducing someone, checking information

Asking about someone, exchanging personal information, wh-questions

2

 

2

 

 

Unit 2

Simple present: wh-questions and statements, time expressions

Describing work and school

Asking for and giving opinions

 

2

 

2

 

 

Unit 3

Talking about prices, giving opinions,

demonstratives

Talking about preferences, making comparisons

 

2

2

 

Review of units 1-3

 

 

4

 

 

 

Unit 4

Simple present: wh-questions, talking about likes and dislikes

Making invitations and excuses, object pronoun

Modal verb

 

2

2

2

 

 

Unit 5

Talking about families

Present continuous tense

2

2

 

Unit 6

Exchanging information about the present

Determiners: all, nearly all, most, many…

Adverbs of frequency, talking about frequency

Asking about and describing routines, exercises

2

2

2

2

 

Review of units 4-6

 

4

Total hours

 

 

64

 

 

Checking questions

 

  1. Get the difference between Present and Past indefinite
  2. to ask how to use wh – questions
  3. how many, how much, how, how long, how often
  4. to make a right selection of the words where they are necessary
  5. to check telling the time
  6. to ask the weather descriptions
  7. to match prepositions of place
  8. to put articles on right
  9. to learn adverbs of frequency, prepositions of time
  10. to get Present Continuous vs Present indefinite
  11. to compare countable @ uncountable noun
  12. to use some, any, a few, a little
  13. to learn adjectives @ adverbs, signaling words, prepositions of movement, comparisons

 

Training resource materials:

 

-          English grammar in use for elementary by Raymond Murphy

-          New English – Mongolian dictionary by Altangerel

-          “Step by step – 1 and 2 volumes, translated by Gun – Uils

-          Active study Longman dictionary

-          Interchange - 1 by C. Richards with Jonathan Hull @ Susan. P

 

Technique:

 

  1. Audio tape recorder, Enterprise cassette
  2. Tests

 

Methodology:

 

  1. For reading: text, dialogue, letter, translation
  2. For vocabulary: contrast, similar, context
  3. For writing: biography, informal letter, composition, story
  4. For speaking: Paragraph of text, prepared speech, dialogue, episode, story

 

Evaluation:

 

-          Knowledge that students have to get grammar @ vocabulary

-          Ability that possess all skills speaking, writing, reading, @ listening,

-          Form the attitude evaluating

-          Own – evaluation give from teachers to students

-          Out – evaluation give from teachers to students

 

 

Tasks

 

  1. Ask @ answer
  2. Crossword
  3. Role play
  4. Composition
  5. Complete sentences

 

Standard evaluation

 

A 91 – 100

Students who possess all materials completely perfect on four skills:

Reading, writing, speaking, listening at the level and is able to use their knowledge and skills independently in any situations

B 81 – 90

Students who possess all materials completely, is able to use their knowledge in certain situation and knows the subject enough well

C 71 – 80

Students who has gotten sufficient knowledge on certain topics, is able to do simple tasks independently, is prepared to study subject in the further

D 60 – 70

Students who has some knowledge of some parts of the subject is able to do very simple work on their own, is required more additional work

F 0 – 59

Students who have knowledge is not satisfied, has to the subject a new 

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