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Timetable – Upper Intermediate General English

  Timetable - Upper Intermediate General English

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09:00 – 11:30 Reading and Speaking: a bad experience in a restaurant;

Vocabulary and Reading: sign language;

Vocabulary: describing food;

Listening: a restaurant critic

Speaking: talking about your favourite restaurant;

Grammar: present perfect simple and continuous

Reading and Vocabulary: vegetarianism;

Vocabulary and Writing: writing an article

Reading: waste and food packaging;

Grammar: review of the passive;

Grammar: review of the passive;

Pronunciation and Vocabulary: numbers

Vocabulary: idiomatic language about food;

Vocabulary: synonyms;

Revision of the week

11:45 – 12:30 Vocabulary: Financial English;

Discussion: Global finance

Reading and Listening: different versions of Cinderella; Vocabulary: body idioms and phrases;

Discussion: You are what you eat?

Listening: different charities and what they do;

Discussion: philanthropy

Presentation: a charity

Discussion: a marketing campaign for a new charity

13:00 – 13:45 Reading and Vocabulary: food and drink from around the world Speaking and Writing: things you have always loved Writing: an article about modern food Reading and Writing: environmental problems in modern cities Speaking and Writing: opening a new restaurant
14:00 – 16:30 Descriptive Language: talking about experiences;
Vocabulary: describing scenes and situations;
Grammar: structures for linking language – cause and effect, contrast, time;
Listening: a news bulletin from 1920;

Grammar: formal language and the language of the news;
Grammar: reporting structures

Reading: The Suffragettes

Grammar and Vocabulary: techniques to avoid repetition: substitution, paraphrasing;

Listening and Speaking: different views of a subject;

Speaking: a debate

Reading and Vocabulary:

an autobiography;

Functions: criticizing and expressing regret;

Grammar: mixed conditionals;

Writing: a potted biography

Listening: a group of parents talking about their children’s future;

Grammar: expressing hopes for the future – wish, hope etc;

Speaking: the future;

Revision of the week

18:00 – 20:00 Vocabulary: education;

Functions: agreeing and disagreeing; talking about advantages and disadvantages;

Grammar: past simple, past perfect.

Vocabulary: village and city life;

Functions: expressing preferences; persuading;

Grammar: 2nd conditional.

Please note: This timetable is an example, and it may change according to the needs of students

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