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  • Liceo Classico “Vittorio Emanuele II” - Napoli

    PROGRAMMA DI INGLESE

    Classe I B

    Docente : G. Cimino

    Libri di testo : Spiazzi – Tavella – Layton , Performer B1 , Zanichelli

    Brook- Hart, Complete First 2nd , Cambridge University Press

    Spiazzi-Tavella, Performer Heritage 1 , Zanichelli

    Language

    Performer B1 Volume 2

    Unit 9 The natural world Grammar : Say and tell – reported speech – causative verbs : make , get, have , let Communication : Defending , contradicting and persuading Vocabulary : animals and natural landscape

    Pet : listening Part 2

    Culture and skills : wildlife and natural landscape

    Unit 10

    Grammar : Modal verbs for the past : must have , may have , might have , could have , can’t have , should

    have , ought to have - Reported questions

    Vocabulary : Crime and punishment – Crime and social problems

    Listening : The intonation of reported questions

    Communication : At the lost property office

    Unit 11

    Grammar : The passive – Reflexive pronouns – Reciprocal pronouns – The verb get

    Unit 12

    Grammar : Third conditional – Mixed conditional – I wish and if only

    Complete First

    Unit 1 A family affair

    Reading and Use of English : Part 6 : Surviving teenagers” Part 2 “ Doing the chores”

    Writing : Part 1 : An essay – Expressing opinions – using although, however, on the other hand

    whereas

    Listening : Young people talking about their families and activities.

    Speaking : Part 1 Talking about yourself, your home and your family

    Pronunciation : Word stress

    Phrasal verbs : get on with, do up etc. - Collocations with make and do.

    Grammar Present perfect simple and present continuous

    Unit 2 Leisure and pleasure

    Reading and use of English : part 5 : “My first bike” – Part 4 : word transformation

    Listening : Part 2 : A talk from a games developer.

    Speaking : Part 2 : comparing photos of free time activities – using discourse markers to structure the

    answers

    Vocabulary : phrasal verbs and expressions.

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  • Grammar : Making comparisons – adjectives with –ed and –ing

    Literature

    1.1 The Origins and the Middle Ages

    1.2 1.1 From Pre-Celtic to Roman Britain : Pre.Celtic Britain _ The Celts – The Romans

    1.3 1.2 The Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings : The Anglo- Saxons – Christianisation – The Danes – Alfred the

    Great

    1.4 1.3The Norman Conquest and the Domesday Book : The Battle of Hastings – The consequences of the

    invasion

    1.5 1.4Anarchy and Henry Plantagenet : Anarchy – Henry II

    1.6 1.5From Magna Carta to the Peasant’s Revolt : King John and Magna Carta – Hnry III and Simon de

    Montfort – Edward I and Model Parliament – Edward iii and the order of the Garter . The Peasants’

    Revolt

    Internet point : Magna Carta http://www.bl.uk/magna-carta

    Towards B2 – Reading and use of English Part 5 : John Wycliffe and a linguistic reevolution – Listening Part

    2 : The Black Death

    1.6 The War of the Roses

    Internet point : Focus on Richard III : The skeleton in the car park :

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-21063882 http://www.historyextra.com/news/was-skeleton-found-leicester-car-park-really-richard-iii https://kriii.com/about-the-centre/an-incredible-discovery/

    Literature and Genres

    1.7 The development of poetry : AngloSaxon literature - The main features of Anglo-Saxon poetry – The medieval lyric – The metrical romances - The medieval ballad – The father of English literature 1.8 The epic poem and the pagan elegy 1.9 The medieval ballad 1.10 The medieval narrative poem Authors and texts 1.11 Beowulf: a National epic

    T3, Beowulf’s funeral From text to screen : Beowulf

    Across cultures : The monster 1.12 Medieval ballads

    T4, Geordie T5, Lord Randal The Holland Handkerchief *

    Link to contemporary culture : The ballad through time Bob Dylan Blowin’ in the wind Bob Dylan A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall *

    1.13 Geoffrey Chaucer : biography – literary production The Canterbury Tales : Plot – Structure and style – Setting – Characters – Themes

    T7, The Prioress T8, The Merchant T9, The Wife of Bath The Pardoner’s Tale *

    Topic 1 Magna Carta and the fight of human rights - Bob Marley Get up, Stand up

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-21063882http://www.historyextra.com/news/was-skeleton-found-leicester-car-park-really-richard-iiihttps://kriii.com/about-the-centre/an-incredible-discovery/

  • Bobby Sands My day will come - Malala Yousafzai

    1. The Renaissance 2.1 The early Tudors : Henry VII – Hnry VIII – Edward VI _ Mary I 2.2 Elizabeth I : The Virgin Queen – The Royl progress – Danger from Scotland – Exploring the sea – The defeat of the Spanish Armada Literature and genres 2.6 Sonnets T12, My mistress’ eyes 2.8 The development of drama Internet point : The new Globe 2.10 William Shakespeare – biography 2.11 Shakespeare the dramatist - Shakespearean Plays : general features Toward B2 Reading and use of English Part 7 Why are many of Shakespeare’s plays set abroad? – Listening – Part 3 : Shakespeare at the movie Romeo and Juliet : Plot – Setting – Characters – Themes – Style

    T14, The prologue T15, The masque T16, The balcony scene Exercises;Act III Scene 5, The wedding night *

    From text to screen : West Side Story Macbeth : Plot – Setting – Characters – Themes – Style

    T25 The three witches Act I Scene 3, Unexpected news* T26 Duncan’s murder

    Focus on The Weird Sisters http://www.shmoop.com/macbeth/weird-sisters-witches.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/english/macbeth/witches/revision/1/

    Webquest : Celts – Roman rule – Anglo-Saxons - Storytelling through maps (tool: Storymap JS) -- #blackhistorymonth - First Folio -Robert Burn’s Day - Auld Lang Syne – The Irish Question UDA : Figurative use of language in Shakeserare’s plays Class padlet 1B Our wonderful padlet Lit IB Napoli, giugno 2017

    La docente

    Giovanna Cimino

    http://www.shmoop.com/macbeth/weird-sisters-witches.htmlhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/english/macbeth/witches/revision/1/