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English Intermidiate (Level-3)

Week A

I can…

  • talk about fashion and my identity
  • talk about lifestyles and possessions
  • use make comparative and superlative sentences which include adverbs and modifiers, eg slightly, much, a great deal
  • use relative clauses to add information
  • structure an argument
  • use linking words to add information, contrast information, and describe cause and effect, eg furthermore, although, due to
  • express opinions, agreement and interrupt
  • notice and record vocabulary, especially collocations

Week B

I can…

  • talk about education and traditions
  • talk about memories and work
  • tell stories using past simple, past continuous and past perfect
  • understand the differences in use between the past simple and present perfect
  • pronounce –ed endings
  • use linkers to show time, eg first of all, then, following that, when, while
  • describe skills and abilities
  • show that I know what type of learner I am and if I learn in a visual, auditory or kinaesthetic way

Week C

I can…

  • talk about fame and fortune
  • talk about news and entertainment
  • use reported speech including reported questions
  • use passives
  • understand the rules of and use punctuation in direct speech
  • recognise and use connected speech
  • check my understanding of others and that they have understood me correctly

Week D

I can…

  • talk about the natural world and tourism
  • talk about trade and environmental issues
  • use the future continuous and future perfect
  • show that I have learnt how to use articles in a wider range of situations
  • complain and show that I am worried
  • give advice and make suggestions
  • describe a process or procedure
  • write a formal letter or email, eg a letter of application or an email of complaint
  • use linking words to describe a sequence of events, eg first, after that, next, lastly
  • tell the difference between fact and opinion

Week E

I can…

  • talk about special occasions and going out with friends
  • talk about shopping and my hobbies
  • understand the difference in use of gerunds and infinitives
  • use question tags and make indirect questions
  • stress different words in a sentence to emphasise different information, eg ‘I thought you were bringing the cake’ vs ‘I thought you were bringing the cake’.
  • say question tags with the correct intonation
  • record vocabulary
  • invite and persuade people to do something
  • use filler phrases when I need time to think, eg ‘What’s the word? Well, I suppose…’
  • show that I know how to listen for gist and specific information

Week F

I can…

  • talk about making important decisions
  • talk about different times and generations
  • talk about my family and friends
  • use the second and third conditionals
  • use must, have to, make, let and allow
  • describe your feelings and emotions
  • use skimming and scanning techniques when I am reading
  • show that I know about spelling rules
  • use online dictionaries effectively