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Unit 1 - Hello!
Topic
Greetings and introductions

Specific learning objectives
Useful expressions for greetings – the pupils learn to understand and respond to a greeting. Introductions – the pupils learn to introduce themselves and ask people’s names. Simple phrases about classroom life, such as doing homework or how to play a game – the pupils learn to understand and follow instructions.

Active language
Hello! I’m … What’s your name? Toby, Pit, Pat, Emma, Mike, Magic the cat This is ...

Receptive language
Stand up. Say ‘hello’. Slap hands. Sit down. Listen, sing, colour, say.

Bye-bye.

Summary of activities
Learning greetings and introductions. Listening and identifying characters. Making finger puppets and saying the names of the characters. Saying goodbye. Singing a song about the characters. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Understanding instructions in English and following them. Listening and identifying pictures. Identifying illustrated actions by listening to English instructions. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Learning to cooperate to achieve a shared objective (acting out). Learning to form positive relationships with classmates (greetings and introductions).

Cross-curricular links
Art: colouring in characters and drawing a self–portrait. Music: learning to recognise musical instruments and the sounds they make (drum, trumpet, triangle, cymbal).

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Unit 2 - A party
Topic
Numbers 1–6

Specific learning objectives
Simple classroom language – the pupils learn to understand and follow instructions. Lexical areas: numbers 1–6.

Active language
one, two, three, four, five, six a frog, six frogs

Receptive language
Now let’s stop. Come here! balloon

Summary of activities
Revising greetings and introductions. Singing a song and doing the actions. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Listening to and singing a chant about numbers. Identifying characters and writing numbers 1–6. Listening to and identifying a number from three options. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Expressing surprise, sympathy and other emotions.

Cross-curricular links
Music: learning to recognise and reproduce a rhythm. Maths: identifying items in a group and counting them, identifying the structure of a logical sequence.

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Unit 3 - Colours
Topic
Colours

Specific learning objectives
Lexical areas – colours and numbers: pupils learn six colours and to do simple calculations. Identifying and putting together colours, numbers, objects and animals. Simple classroom language – the pupils learn to understand and follow instructions.

Active language
pink, yellow, blue, red, green, orange I like … rainbow

Receptive language
too a green frog, an orange frog Stand up. Take your rubber. Put it on your head. Catch it.

Summary of activities
Listening to and learning six colours. Understanding the names of colours and practising saying them by singing a song. Following simple instructions. Identifying the order of instructions by listening to them. Identifying the names of colours by listening to them and colouring pictures. Identifying numbers and names of colours by playing bingo. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Developing listening behaviour and positive relationships with classmates through game playing.

Cross-curricular links
Art: learning to distinguish primary colours and some secondary colours, identifying the colours of the rainbow, using colours to differentiate and recognise objects. Music: learning to recognise and imitate a rhythm. Maths: using numbers for counting, comparing and putting objects in groups.

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Unit 4 - School
Topic
Classroom objects

Specific learning objectives
Lexical areas – everyday objects, colours and numbers: the pupils learn the names of classroom objects. Simple classroom instructions – pupils learn to understand and carry out instructions.

Active language
bag, book, pen, pencil, pencil case, rubber pink, yellow, blue, red, green, orange one, two, three, four, five, six

Receptive language
Where’s my pencil case? Is it ...? The bell. Put your books in your bag. Take your bag. Say bye-bye. Wait!

Summary of activities
Listening to and learning the names of six classroom objects. Identifying the words for classroom objects by listening and colouring pictures. Listening and identifying an object from three options. Practising asking and answering questions by saying a chant. Understanding instructions and carrying them out. Identifying the order of instructions by listening to them. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Learning to co-operate to achieve a shared objective (acting out). Expressing puzzlement and surprise through acting out a story.

Cross-curricular links
Art: using colour to differentiate and recognise objects. Music: learning to recognise and reproduce a rhythm.

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Unit 5 - Animals
Topic
Animals

Specific learning objectives
Lexical areas – pupils learn the names of five animals and learn to count to ten. Simple classroom instructions – pupils learn to understand and carry out instructions. Saying thank you.

Active language
lion, cat, elephant, crocodile, mouse seven, eight, nine, ten

Receptive language
Come with me. Let’s have a picnic. Down by the sea. Help! Help! A monster! I’m hungry. Can I help you? Go for a picnic. Sit down. Open your bag. Take out a sandwich. Thank you. That’s OK.

Summary of activities
Listening to and learning the names of five animals. Learning numbers from seven to ten. Understanding animals’ names and practising saying them by singing a song. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Understanding instructions and carrying them out. Identifying the order of instructions by listening to them. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Learning to co-operate to achieve a shared objective (acting out) and express feelings of friendship.

Cross-curricular links
Art: using colour to differentiate and recognise objects.

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Unit 6 - Party food
Topic
Food for special occasions

Specific learning objectives
Useful expressions for simple interactions – the pupils learn to understand questions and instructions. Lexical areas – food.

Active language
bananas, apples, oranges, chocolate, lollipops, ice cream, popcorn Look!

Receptive language
lots of Oh, my tummy! climb the tree a ring

An orange. Following simple instructions. Jump. Take off your cap. Throw the cap. Catch the orange. Your cap is in the orange tree. Yummy!

Summary of activities
Listening to and learning the names of some items of food. Practising the words for items of food by singing a song. Listening to and miming a series of actions. Listening to and identifying the order of a series of actions. Expressing food preferences. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Learning to co-operate to achieve a shared objective (acting out). Identifying bad eating habits and a healthy diet.

Cross-curricular links
Music: learning to recognise and reproduce a rhythm. Art: understanding cartoon strip language (speech bubbles). Health education: identifying bad eating habits and a healthy diet.

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Unit 7 - Let’s play!
Topic
Toys

Specific learning objectives
Useful expressions for simple interactions – pupils learn to understand questions and instructions. Lexical areas – colours, numbers and everyday objects (toys). Following simple instructions and carrying them out.

Active language
car, train, ball, doll, plane, bike, skateboard, boat What toys have you got? I’ve got a ...

Receptive language
Hello, Bye-bye. What’s this? My new skateboard. Draw a plane. Colour the plane red and yellow. Cut it out. Put the plane on your desk. Listen. The plane flies away!

Summary of activities
Listening to and learning the names of eight toys, revising the numbers 1–8. Practising the names of toys by saying a chant. Identifying the names of toys and colours by listening to descriptions. Listening to and miming a series of actions. Listening to and identifying the order of a series of actions. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Learning to co-operate to achieve a shared objective (acting out). Discussing the importance of assessing risks and using common sense when making decisions.

Cross-curricular links
Music: learning to recognise and reproduce a rhythm. Art: recognising and using the elements of visual language (signs, line, colour, space), recognising the logical order of cartoon strips. Motor skills and sports science: developing body language as a means of expression.

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Unit 8 - Holidays
Topic
Holiday activities

Specific learning objectives
Lexical areas – holidays: the pupils learn expressions for leisure activities. Recognising and reproducing English sounds and rhythms. Simple classroom instructions – pupils learn to understand and carry out instructions.

Active language
Go to the beach. Eat ice cream. Swim Play We can ... Let’s …

Receptive language
It’s the summer holidays! Let’s swim. No, it’s cold. Stop it! Come on! Jump. Ouch! It’s a crab.

Summary of activities
Learning to talk about holiday activities by listening and reading. Singing a song about holiday activities. Understanding an illustrated story by listening to it and looking at the pictures. Understanding instructions in English and carrying them out. Listening to and identifying the order of a series of actions. Checking learning through consolidation activities.

Social development
Learning to co-operate to achieve a shared objective (acting out).

Cross-curricular links
Music: learning to recognise and reproduce a rhythm.

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Christmas
Topic
Celebrating Christmas in Britain

Specific learning objectives
Lexical area – Christmas. Recognising and reproducing the sounds and rhythms of English.

Active language
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year To ... from ...

Receptive language
Christmas is near. Make a card.

Summary of activities
Learning a Christmas song. Doing an artistic activity about Christmas.

Social development
Accepting and respecting traditions from other cultures.

Cross-curricular links
Music: learning to recognise and reproduce a rhythm. Art: using colour creatively.

Easter
Topic
Celebrating Easter in Britain

Specific learning objectives
Lexical areas – Easter Recognising and reproducing the sounds and rhythms of English.

Active language
Easter, eggs

Receptive language
Make a card.

Summary of activities
Using colour to differentiate and recognise objects. Doing an artistic activity about Easter.

Social development
Accepting and respecting traditions from other countries.

Cross-curricular links
Maths: using numbers to count, compare and order groups of objects. Art: using colour creatively.

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Holidays
Topic
Holidays

Specific learning objectives
Lexical areas – holidays Recognising and reproducing the sounds and rhythms of English.

Active language
Happy holidays!

Receptive language
Make a card.

Summary of activities
Doing an artistic activity about holidays. Talking about different types of holidays.

Social development
Learning about different types of holidays.

Cross-curricular links
Art: making a card

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