After completing the course Kid’s Box 4, the student will achieve the following results:
- 🤝Communicative functions
- Making comparisons.
- Describing people.
- Talking about daily routines and their frequency.
- Expressing sequences of actions.
- Expressing opinions and feelings.
- Describing people in connection with what they are doing.
- Describing places.
- Talking about sports you can learn to play or want to do.
- Expressing actions from the past.
- Expressing the cause of an action.
- Talking and asking about actions in the past.
- Describing sequences.
- Talking about competences in the past.
- Stating the consequences of an action.
- Expressing where objects are.
- Expressing indeterminate quantities.
- The student is able to recite poems or sing a song with correct pronunciation and intonation.
- The student is able to describe an object or a person using simple structures and according to some given example. (8-9 sentences)
- The student is able to join a conversation using familiar vocabulary and structures.
- The student is able to understand a story based on familiar vocabulary and constructions and accompanied by visual aids. The story may contain some unknown words.
- The student is able to guess the meaning of some unknown words from the context.
- The student is able to read a text based on familiar vocabulary and structures, including some unknown words.
- The student is able to find some needed information in the text (scanning).
- The student is able to identify relevant information on written posters and simple maps.
- The student is able to make up a composition according to some given plan.
- The student is able to fill in a form or card with your personal data.
- The student is able to write short letters, e-mails or postcards with personal information and information about your immediate surroundings.
- Revising have got, want to, can.
- Simple Present
- Adverbs of frequency: sometimes, always, never.
- Before — after.
- Use of adjectives.
- Relative sentences with who and where.
- Adverbs of manner.
- Learn to do, want to do.
- Simple past (regular and irregular verbs), statements, questions and answers.
- Ordinal numbers from 1 to 20.
- Could — Couldn’t
- Conjunction so.
- Comparatives with adjectives of more than two syllables.
- Superlative form of adjectives.
- Prepositions into, out of, round
- Expression of quantity: a bag / bottle / bowl / box / cup / glass of want someone to do (something)
- School subjects
- Describing people
- Telling the time
- Exploration and adventures
- Health and illnesses
- Electronic devices and current technology.
- Animals at the zoo.
- Parties and festivities.
- Vowel sounds: /ae/, /ei/ and /ɑ:/ in conjunction with various written letters
- Sounds /i/, /i:/ and /ai/ connected with various written letters
- Words with mute consonants
- Sounds /b/, /f/ and /v/ connected with various written letters
- Sounds /d/ /t/ or /id/ with the ending –ed in the simple past.
- The sound /ɜː/ written in different ways.
- The sound /ʌ/ connected with various written letters.
- The sounds /θ /, /ð / and /d/ connected with various written letters.
- Number of syllables in a word
- Maths: measuring
- Sport: ball games
- Literature: poems, plays and novels
- Music: body percussion
- Science: endangered animals; skeletons; food
- Technology: robots
- Valuing others
- Being kind and polite
- The importance of being safe on the road
- Taking care of the world and valuing the importance of recycling