Final Exam Scope:班級 / Time / Scope / Vocabulary
305 / Week 19 / Unit 5-8 / Unit 5
penguin, zebra, monkey, kangaroo, camel, lizard, flamingo, crocodile,, sheep, pig, cow, chicken, turkey, llama, angry, scared, free, sorry, funny, kind
- Present continuoustense
e.g. Are you reading? Yes, I am. No, I am not.
Is the monkey eating? Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.
Are they swimming? Yes, they are. No they aren’t.
Students should know how to tell their favorite animals.
have a shower, brush my teeth, get dressed, have breakfast, brush my hair, get, catch the bus, walk to school, play outside, do my homework, have my lessons, go to school
- Simple present tense
e.g. I/You/We/They have breakfast at eight o’clock.
I/You/We/They don’t have breakfast at seven o’clock.
He/Shegets up early.
He/Shedoesn’t get up early.
Students will ned to form questions and answers with simple present tense.
e.g. Do you/they get up at seven o’clock.
Yes, I/we/they do. No, I/we/they don’t.
Does he/she/it get up early?
Yes, he/she does. No, he/she doesn’t.
- Students should know the definition of proper nouns. They should know that proper nouns start with capital letters, Amy, Mr. Green, Thailand, Family and Friends.
- Students should be able to tell what they do every day.
café, library, museum,, playground, shopping mall, sports center, swimming pol, movie theatre, play, theatre, concert, actor, movie, singer
- Adverbs of frequency (always, sometimes, never
- Prepositions of time (in, on, at)
e.g. in May, on Fridays, at eight o’clock.
- Students should be able to tell something they always, sometimes and never do.
Noodles, bread, cereal, meat, melon, cucumber, onion, lemon, potato, butter, cheese, salt, pepper, peas
- Countable nouns and uncountable nouns
- Use of ‘would’ to express preference
We’d like some noodles.
Would you like some cereal?
Yes, please No, thanks.
- Students should be able to tell they would like to buy in the supermarket.
- Students should be able to talk about their favorite food.
405 / Week 19 / Unit 5-8 / Unit 5
Vocabulary:read a map, turn left, go back, traffic lights, hurry, traffic circle, get lost, turn right, go straight, gas station, shadow, puppet, popular, event, stick, screen, voice, lift up
- Students must know how to use “have to” and “had to” in a sentence.
- Give directions on a map and within a building
- Why questions: students must be able to form questions with the word “why” and answer “why”question with because.
break, repair, comfortable, hard, soft, expensive, cheap, wooden, metal, modern, enormous, prepare, worry, deep, share, lazy
- Comparatives and superlatives: long adjectives
- Irregular comparatives and superlatives
Be able to identify soft “c” and soft “g” sounds.
Student must know “The boy who cried wolf” story.
The future, travel, satellite the moon, the sun, planets, rocket, astronaut, star, spaceship, underwater, submarines, underground, control, energy, virtual reality, pills, power
- Future tense: Use of will
- Future tense: Use of won’t
- Future tense: Question forms of will
- Correctly answer “when” questions
Correctly input the correct phonics in the words.
Make sentences in future tenseand make predictions of the future.
Money, passenger, arrivals, departures, luggage, passport, suitcase, magazine, newspaper, coin, unusual, journey, hotel, disappointed, fireworks, fair
- Expressing quantity – the use of “how much” and “how many” and answering correctly.
- Some / Any – Correctly use “some” and “any”
Correctly answer questions.
Correctly write an address on a letter.
505 / Week 19 / Unit 4-6 / Unit 4
Clean up, damage, the environment, garbage dump, litter, planet, pollution, wildlife, electricity, alternative energy, fossil fuels, beams, skylight, solar panel, mud
1)Simple past and past progressive – Students need to know when to use simple past and when to use past progressive.
2)Used to – students will need to be able to correctly use the phrase “used to”
1. Students will need to know the definition of a simple sentence and a compound sentence. They will also need to correctly identify these sentences.
Recycling center, bottle, plastic bag, paper, metal, oil, battery, chemical, greeting card, ribbon, bracelet, bus ticket, map, tire, juice carton, wrapping paper
- Will and won’t – students will need to correctly identify and use will and won’t in a sentence.
- Present progressive with a future meaning – student will need to know how to form present progressive sentences.
1)Students will need to identify words with the prefix “re-” and know how this prefix changes a verbs meaning.
2)Students must be able to speak briefly about things they have recycled
3)Students will need to identify sentences that are suggestions and reasons.
Enclosure, picnic area, pool, reptile house, insect house, aviary, aquarium, gift shop, extinct, endangered species, prevent, wild, independent, threat, population
- Going to – used to talk about future plans or intentions
- Going to – Used to make a prediction we can see
- Students will need to talk briefly about animals.
- Students will need to identify topic sentences and tell us what the paragraph will talk about.
605 / Week 19 / Unit 4-6 / Unit 4
bus, hot-air balloon, barge, submarine, helicopter, truck, yacht, motorcycle, ideal, loads, connect, local, private, balance, mud, logs, packages, railroads
Phrasal verbs: look after, look up, look around, look forward to, look up to, look into, look ahead, look for
Present perfect progressive
-Students need to know how to form questions and sentences with present perfect progressive.
- Students will need to talk briefly about different kinds of transportation.
build, design, device, discover, experiment, inspiration, invent, machine, sharp, clay, hollow, nib, ink, reservoir, rotated, cartridge, underwater, rod, press, string
Passive Voice (simple present tense and simple past tense)
-Students will need to know how to write sentences with past passive and present passive.
e.g. The room is cleaned every day.
The room isn’t cleaned every day.
The windows were cleaned yesterday.
The windows weren’t cleaned yesterday.
- Students will need to talk briefly about their favorite invention.
attach, connect, disconnect, download, log off, log on, surf, upload, complication, create, huge, experimental, cursor, immediately, president, market, public, available, expect, ordinary
Homonyms: nail, right, left, mouse, saw, bug, chip, speaker
-Students will need to know the different meanings of the same words.
Passive voice (simple future)
-Students need to know how to write sentences with future passive.
e.g. The letter will be sent tomorrow.
The letter won’t be sent tomorrow.
- Students will need to talk briefly about how often they use a computer and what they use the computer for.