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1. Describe the personality of your role-model (a person you want to be like).

2. Describe the appearance of a person you find very attractive.

3. Which factors do you consider when you buy a new piece of clothing? Where do you usually shop for clothes?

4. Talk about a day in your life when you felt really happy.

5. Describe the outfits (casual, formal, smart) which you wear to different occasions.

6. What traits of character ( good and bad ) do you normally associate with typical representatives of the following professions: a politician; a teacher; a nurse; a top executive of a multinational company?

7. In what way is a person’s character, mood, social status reflected in his or her clothes?

8. Which outside factors and circumstances can influence your mood? In what way?

9. What is the interrelation between people’s appearance and personality?

10. Talk about the warmest memory of your childhood.

11. What are your family values?

12. What is your attitude towards adoption and surrogate parenting?

13. What do you think the saying “You are what you wear” means?

14. Compare and contrast male and female roles in a society.

15. Describe the features of your own personality which you like and the ones you’d rather get rid of.

16. What do you think is your parent’s role in shaping up your personality? Will you raise your children in the same way your parents brought you up?

17. What is a “generation gap”? Have you had a personal experience of this phenomenon?

2Nd term

TOPIC № 4. Nourishment

I. Kinds of food

1. Lexis. U.6 p.121-127 Nourishing Nations: Past and Present

2. Patterns Plus. p.21 The Discovery of Coca-Cola, p.272 Why Eat Junk Food?

II. Cooking

1. More than Words 2. U.19 p.159 Preparing and eating food, p.164 recipe (classification)

2. First Certificate Language Practice. U.7 p.210 Food, Restaurant and Cooking

III. Eating Out

1. On a Roll. U.1 p.3 The Potluck, U.5 p.45 The Restaurant

2. Patterns Plus. p.242 Eating Alone in Restaurants

IV. Shopping for food

1. First Certificate Language Practice. U.8 p.214 Shops and Shopping

2. On a Roll. U.3 p.23 Thursday Night at the Supermarket

3. More than Words 2. U.15 p.131 Stores, shops and services

Vocabulary and Practice

1. Master at Words. Unit 3 p.74-93

Grammar and Functions


(singular/plural, regular/irregular, count/non-count, noun/verb agreement)

1. FCE 1. U.9 p.144

2. Grammarway 4. U.4 p.58

3. First Certificate Language Practice U.21 p.106

4. Azar. p.197-209

5. Azar (new). U.7.1 – 7.6


1. FCE 1. U.9 p.144

2. Grammarway 4. U.4 p.58

3. First Certificate Language Practice U.22 p.113

4. Azar. p.A20

5. Azar (new). U.7.7 – 7.8


Family Album. Episode 6, Thanksgiving


Classification and Division. Explaining process. Narration


1. Your approach to a balanced diet

2. Where to eat out. Your last visit to a restaurant or a cafẻ

3. Share your cooking skills (“Show and Tell” activity). Describe the way you cook your favourite dish.

4. What places to go shopping for food do you prefer?

5. Foods and dishes in Ukrainian cuisine. What national dish would you recommend to a visitor? Why?

6. Compare dishes and eating habits in different cultures.

7. Advantages and disadvantages of eating out

TOPIC № 5. Medicine

I. Bodily organs

1. More than Words 1. U.1 p.52 The human body

2. Wordbuilder. p.25 Build, p.26 From the neck up, p.29 From shoulder to fingerprints, p.31 From the bottom down,

p.32 Inside and outside the torso

3. First Certificate Language Practice. U.15 p.241 Health and the Body

II. Health challenges (symptoms, diseases, specialists)

1. Lexis. Ch.7 p.141-147 Enabling the Disabled

2. Wordbuilder. p.149 Health and illness

3. More than Words 1. p.78 Sickness and cure

4. Headway U-I. p.51 T.18 Holistic Medicine

5. Patterns Plus. p.166 Fatigue, p.325 Migraines

6. Mosaic I R. p.65 Dental Health

III. Emergencies. First aid

1. Headway I. p.46 T.22 First Aid

2. Mosaic 1 Gr. p.125 Emergencies, p.131 First Aid

IV. Modern health killers: drugs, smoking, drinking, stress

1. More than Words 1. U.4 p.71 Health and exercise

2. Patterns Plus. p.40 Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds? p.237 Think Thin and Get Thin

3. Patterns Plus. p.330 What Is a Drug? p.292 The Thirsty Animal

4. Inside Out U-I. U.4 p.39 I will quit. Soon

Vocabulary and Practice

1. Master at Words. Unit 4 p.94-125

Grammar and Functions

Modal Auxiliaries and Similar Expressions

1. Ability in the present and past: can, be able to, could, was/were able to, managed to

Azar. p.109, 2-21, 2-22; Azar (new). p.193

2. Permission: can, be allowed to, could, may, might

3. Obligation: for the present or future: must, have to, have got to; for the past: had to

Azar. p.75, 2-6; Azar (new). p.157

4. Lack of necessity in the present: must not, don’t have to, haven’t got to, don’t need to, needn’t

Azar. p.76, 2-7; Azar (new). p.158

5. Advice: should, ought to, had better Azar. p.78, 2-8; Azar (new). p.160; the past form of should and ought to Azar. p.81, 2-9

6. Degrees or certainty (possibility: may, might, could, can) Azar (new). p.176-184

7. Used to (habitual past) Azar. p.101, 2-18

8. Expressing preference: would rather in the present and past

Azar. p.106, 2-20; Azar (new). p.197

9. Requests, offers, suggestions: let’s, why don’t, shall I/we

Azar. p.86, 2-11; Azar (new). p.169

Azar. p.69, 2-2; Azar (new). p.152

Azar. p.70, 2-3; Azar (new). p.153

Azar. p.73, 2-5


1. Patterns Plus. U.8 p.263 Cause and Effect


1. Inside Out U-I. U.4 Good health!

2. Focus on Health

3. Focus on American Culture. Segment 11, Health Care for the Poor

4. Focus on Innovators and Innovations. Segment 6, Conquering Fear at Camp Courage

5. Focus on Innovators and Innovations. Segment 9, James Grant (a man with a dream of helping the world’s children, who suffer from lack of nutrition and medical treatment)

6. Family Album. USA (Keeping Fit)


Cause and Effect. Narration. Contrast / Comparison.


1. Medical service and care: modern medicine, traditional medicine. Holistic and Western Approach: Pros and Cons

2. How does holistic medicine differ from a western approach?

3. Types and symptoms of fatigue. Efficient ways to recover

4. First aid in case of emergency

5. Tell about any day when you were ill.

6. Bad habits and related diseases. How bad habits affect your life

7. How bad habits affect our lives

8. Causes and effects of student neurosis

TOPIC № 6. Accommodation

I. Types of dwelling

1. First Certificate Language Practice. U.5 p.202 Towns and Buildings

2. Wordbuilder. p.91 Buildings and rooms

3. More than Words 2. U.16 p.139 The home and accommodation

II. Urban or rustic lifestyle?

1. More than Words 2. U.14 p.124 Towns and cities

2. Student Voices. p.40 Home, Sweet Home, p.4 City Slickers/Country Bumpkins, p.68 Life in the Country,

p.125 For the Sake of Appearance

III. Exterior and interior

1. More than Words 2. U.17 p.146 Furnishing and decorating the home, U.18 p.153 Housework

2. Wordbuilder. p.94 Furniture and household

IV. A place to rent| to sell | to let

1. On a Roll. U.8 A Place to Rent

Vocabulary and Practice

1. Master at Words. Unit 5 p.126-163

Grammar and Functions

The Passive Voice

(formation; use; (in-)transitive verbs; by/with; It is said that he .../He is said to…; have sth done; make/let)

1. FCE 1. U.6 p.90

2. Grammarway 4. U.6 p.86

3. First Certificate Language Practice. U.9 p.45

4. Grammar Azar. U.3.1 – 3.7

5. Grammar Azar (new). U.11.1 – 11.8


1. New Headway U-I. U.1 Home Sweet Home

2. Focus on Innovators and Innovations. Segment 6

3. Headway pre-i. U.11 The Village

4. New Headway I. U.1-6 Wide open spaces

5. Focus on American Culture. Segment 10 New Suburban Designs for Living

6. Inside Out U-I. U.13 A special place

7. History of Housing in the USA


Contrast / Comparison. Describing a place/thing. Cause / Effect


1. Urban and Rural Life: Pros and Cons. Advantages and disadvantages of living in a city and in the country

2. Accommodation you occupy. Your dream dwelling

3. Advantages and disadvantages of living in a flat, a private house, a hostel

4. What types of accommodation seem the most attractive and the least convenient to you? Why?

5. The factors you consider when buying or renting accommodation

6. Describe the place you live in (location, exposure, plan, furniture, decoration, gadgetry)

7. The most common problems around the house

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