First Term

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3º ESO Bilingual Groups – Brief Summary of Syllabus – Text book: “New English in Use” Burlington Books

Vocabulary
Reading
Grammar
Listening
Speaking
Writing
CLIL
Everyday English
Key Competences*
Getting Started
Revision: Geographical features, jobs, weather, vehicles

Revision: There is/are were/Articles & quantifiers/
Present Tense.
Comparatives

Formal and informal introductions/
Classroom lang.
Test organisation
Checking your writing


1,2,3,4,5,6
Unit 1
What a Journey!
Journeys
Feelings
Always on the go/
A blog entry
Past Simple/
Used to/
Past Cont.
Discussion newspaper article/
Dialogue about a trip
Explorers/Past events/
Reporting on a trip/
Word stress
A narrative
Quotation marks
History of flight/
Sir Walter Raleigh
Booking a flight/Hotel accommodation
1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Unit 2
Achievements
Achievements
Activities
Fan website
A web page
Pres Perfect Simple v Past Simple
A class presentation/
Job interview
Famous people
Past experiences
Interests
-ed endings
A news article
Extreme adj and adverbs
Super summer/
The Scouts
Talking about yourself/
Questionnaire
1,2,3,4,5,6
Unit 3
Holiday Time
Travel items
Travel
Travelling with a difference/
Travel
article
Future Tenses
Future Cont.
Travel plans/
Choosing travel items/
Talking about future/
Travel plans
Email about plans/
Punctuation
Unusual journeys/
M. Kenya
Getting info/
Travel updates
1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Unit 4
Home and Away
Places in town
Around town
Home and away/
A web page
Conditional Sentences
Phone conversation
Directions
Recommending/
Unreal situations
Giving directions
Description of a place/
Presenting examples
Famous landmarks/
Sydney Harbour
Getting directions/
Finding your way
1,3,4,5,6,7
Unit 5
A Plate of Food
Adjectives
Menus
Eat to live or live to eat/
Magazine article
Relative pronouns/
Defining relative clauses
Description of a dinner/
A food discussion
Describing food/
Talking about a meal/
Food preference
Restaurant review/
Order of adjectives
Health/
Food and celebrations
Ordering food/
Instructions
1,2,3,4,5,6
Unit 6
Being a Friend
Relationships
Adjectives of personality
Damon and Pythias/
A legend
Modals
Discussing problems/
A radio programme
Giving advice/
Comparing/
Talking about problems
Letter asking for & giving advice/Fact and opinion
The All-American Slurp/
The Sidekick
Saying sorry Apologies
1,3,4,5,6,7
Unit 7
Fighting Crime
Crime
Crime Reports
News of the week/
Newspaper articles
Present and past passive
Dialogue about law/
A police interview
Talking about crime/
Explaining words
Reporting a crime
Newspaper report/
Connectors of purpose
Fire-fighters of New York/
Robin Hood
Reporting an emergency/
First-Aid instructions
1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Unit 8
Innovations
Inventions
Appliances
Nakamatsu – Inventor!
Magazine article
Past Perfect Simple v Past Simple
A biography/
A quiz show
Past actions/
Things you made
Talking about inventions
Essay about inventions/
Connectors of addition
Innovators/
Inventions
Making a complaint/
Emails of complaint
1,2,3,4,5,6
Unit 9
Animal Planet
The animal world/
Parts of the body
Learning from nature
A magazine article
Reported Speech
Animal description/ A classroom lesson
Reporting a conversation/
Reporting instructions
Report about an animal/
Connectors of contrast
Extinct, but not forgotten/
Nature in danger
Doing research/
A presentation
1,2,3,4,5,6,7

*Key Competences: 1 = Linguistic/2 = Maths, Science & Technology/3 =Digital/4 = Learning to learn/5= Social & Civic/6 = Initiative & Entrepreneurship/7 = Cultural



THIS IS THE TEXTBOOK WE SHALL BE USING THIS YEAR, TOGETHER WITH ITS ACCOMPANYING WORKBOOK:


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INTRODUCTION

Dictionary


Etymological Dictionary


Thesaurus - Dictionary of Synonyms & Antonyms


Visuwords


Photographic Dictionary


LISTENING ACTIVITIES:




BBC Six-minute English


INITIAL ACTIVITY

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A VERY SMALL ISLAND NATION





GETTING STARTED


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UNIT 1 - WHAT A JOURNEY!


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COMMANDER CHRIS HADFIELD

DAVID BOWIE - SPACE ODDITY



PROJECT

JAMES BOND – ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE
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PROJECT


"The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights”An Interdisciplinary Project by the Departments of Spanish and English
The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights (1976) is John Steinbeck's retelling of the Arthurian legend, based on the Winchester Manuscript (1485) , text of Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur

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An Aubrey Beardsley illustration for Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur,"How Sir Bedivere Cast the Sword Excalibur into the Water" (1894)









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THE LADY OF SHALOTT by JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE



EXCALIBUR

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UNIT 2 - ACHIEVEMENTS


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ACHIEVEMENT









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ED SHEERAN - THINKING OUT LOUD






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LA GIOCONDA - What an achievement, Leonardo!!


MONA LISA by NAT KING COLE


UNIT 3: HOLIDAY TIME



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LEAVIN' ON A JET PLANE - JOHN DENVER



YORK - TOURIST INFORMATION

LONDON - TOURIST INFORMATION

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE - TOURIST INFORMATION

BATH - TOURIST INFORMATION

MANCHESTER - TOURIST INFORMATION

EDINBURGH - TOURIST INFORMATION

GREAT BRITAIN - TOURISM


BENEFITS OF TOURISM FOR THE U.K. ECONOMY

THE IMPORTANCE OF TOURISM - A U.S. PEACH FARMER GIVES HIS OPINION


Second Term


UNIT 4: HOME AND AWAY




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BBC English - Giving Directions

British Council - Giving Directions



DOWNTOWN - PETULA CLARK




A CITYSCAPE
A CITYSCAPE



CITY AND TOWN LIFE

THE CITY OF ALMERÍA



UNIT 5: A PLATE OF FOOD
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THE NEW FOOD PYRAMID

THE BRITISH NHS EATWELL GUIDE

THE FOOD CHAIN - A BIOLOGY LESSON




What kind of food is mentioned in this famous song?

DEAN MARTIN - THAT'S AMORE

And, do you remember this song?

THE ARCHIES - SUGAR,SUGAR




What is unusual about this sentence?: "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"




PROJECT:




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TUDOR THEATRE

TUDOR THEATRE (Gillian Clements)







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SONNET 18 sung by BRYAN FERRY


TWELFTH NIGHT


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PYGMALION by GEORGE BERNARD SHAW


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UNIT 6: BEING A FRIEND


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MY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME - NINA SIMONE
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YOU'RE SO VAIN - CARLY SIMON

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WUTHERING HEIGHTS

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KATE BUSH - WUTHERING HEIGHTS

KATE BUSH - WUTHERING HEIGHTS


Third Term

UNIT 7: FIGHTING CRIME

HIGH COURT JUDGES
HIGH COURT JUDGES




CRIME VOCABULARY


PSYCHO KILLER - TALKING HEADS




MACK THE KNIFE - ELLA FITZGERALD

THE ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE IN THE STRAND, LONDON
THE ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE IN THE STRAND, LONDON



THE COURT SYSTEM OF ENGLAND AND WALES
THE COURT SYSTEM OF ENGLAND AND WALES



ROYAL MURDER?? The Princes in the Tower


The 'Princes in the Tower' were Edward (1470-1483) and Richard (1473-1483), the sons of Edward IV. Shortly after Edward was crowned Edward V, he and his brother disappeared and were never seen alive again.

Edward was born in London in 1470. His brother Richard, Duke of York, was born in 1473 in Shrewsbury. Their parents were Edward IV and his wife, Elizabeth Woodville. Edward IV had come to the throne as a result of the Wars of the Roses and managed to restore a certain amount of stability to the country.Edward IV died suddenly on 9 April 1483 and his eldest son was proclaimed Edward V at Ludlow. Edward's uncle, his father's brother, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, was named as protector. Elizabeth Woodville and her supporters attempted to replace Gloucester with a regency Council, aware of the dislike Gloucester had for them. As the new king, Edward V, travelled towards London, he was met by Gloucester and escorted to the capital, where he was lodged in the Tower of London. In June, Edward was joined by his brother, the Duke of York.The boys were declared illegitimate because it was alleged that their father was contracted to marry someone else before his marriage to Elizabeth Woodville.In July 1483, Richard, Duke of Gloucester was crowned Richard III. The two boys were never seen again. It was widely believed that their uncle had them murdered. The death of the two boys remains one of the greatest mysteries in British history. It is likely we will never know exactly what happened to the princes, and so this will remain one of the most intriguing who-done-its of all time.


The Princes in the Tower
The Princes in the Tower

King Richard III
King Richard III






UNIT 8: INNOVATIONS


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UNIT 9: ANIMAL PLANET

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SUMMER WORK FOR 3º ESO BILINGÜE


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