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Teaching/ Levels:

We open 6 levels:

Levels

Group

CEFR

American Headway

True Beginners (TB)

1

A1

Starter/Level 1

False Beginners (FB)

2

A2

Level 1

Low Intermediate (LI)

3

A2-B1

Level 2

Intermediate (I)

4

B1

Level 3

Upper Intermediate (UI)

5

B2

Level 4

Advanced (A)

6

C1-C2

Level 5

NB: CEFR= European English Level Division

Please, go to https://tracktest.eu/english-levels-cefr or click here for a detailed description of each level, but keep in mind that the CEFR description is only to give you a rough idea of what your students should know. The reality will depend on the actual level of your students so certain degree of flexibility will be required from you in terms of adapting your lesson plans to the level of the majority in class.

You might also find the following list of language ideas useful for your preparation:

False Beginners/Low Intermediate

  • Present Simple & Continuous(Progressive) – contrastive approach, questions & negatives
  • Past Simple & Continuous(Progressive) : Regular a basic irregular verbs, questions & negatives
  • Will Future
  • Question and negative formation
  • Word Order, Sentence Structure
  • Basic Modals (can, may, must)
  • Cardinal & Ordinal Numbers
  • Basic Articles
  • Nouns: count, non-count, irreg. plurals, much/many
  • Basic adjectives, formation, comparative and superlative
  • Prepositions
  • Frequency Adverbs
  • Subject-Object-Possessive Pronouns
  • Basic phrasal verbs & idioms

Intermediate

  • Present and Past, Continuous(Progressive) – contrastive approach, questions & negatives – Review
  • Present Perfect Simple & Continuous(Progressive), since, for, etc + contrast with Past tense
  • Future tenses
  • Modals – tenses, functions - basics in review only
  • Subject-Object-Possessive Pronouns Review
  • Relative Pronouns
  • Conditional – type I & II
  • Used to x Be used to –ing
  • adjectives, formation, comparative and superlative
  • adverbs, formation, comparative and superlative
  • Phrasal Verbs & Idioms
  • Others like: prepositions, word order, question tags, Sentence Structure, Linking words, irreg. singulars and plurals, etc.
  • Articles
  • Sequence of tenses

Upper Intermediate

  • Present, Past and Future, Continuous(Progressive) – contrastive approach, questions & negatives – quick review
  • Present Perfect Simple & Continuous(Progressive), since, for, etc + contrast with Past tense
  • Past Perfect Simple & Continuous(Progressive), since, for, etc + contrast with Past tense
  • Modals – tenses, functions – basics in review only
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Language Registers (Formal vs. Informal: very practical, example based approach), Style and Stylistic Inversion (seldom have we, Not only did,..)
  • Conditionals I, II, III - Review
  • Pronouns, Adjective & Adverb Review
  • Gerund vs. Infinitive
  • Participles
  • Multiple Adjectives + their Order
  • Others like: Prepositions, Word Order, Question Tags, Sentence Structure, Linking Words, irreg. singulars and plurals, etc. - Review
  • Sequence of Tenses
  • Articles
  • Possibility: Focus on Advanced Skills: Presentation Skills, Job Search (CV & Job Interview Strategies), Negotiating, Effective Business Writing, Argumentation, Effective Communication to Motivate, Body Language, etc. - very practical, example based approach, video & audio tape examples

Advanced

  • Simple Tense Review
  • Continuous/Progressive Tense Review
  • Perfective Tense Review
  • Modals – tenses, functions - Review
  • Conditionals I, II, III - Review
  • Gerund vs. Infinitive
  • Articles
  • Advanced Phrasal Verbs + Idioms
  • Multiple Adjectives + their Order
  • Pronouns, Adjective, Adverb & Participle Review
  • Sequence of Tenses
  • Language Registers (Formal vs. Informal: very practical, example based approach), Style and Stylistic Inversion (seldom have we, Not only did,..)
  • Others like: Prepositions, Word Order, Question Tags, Sentence Structure, Linking Words, irreg. singulars and plurals, etc. - Review
  • Focus on Advanced Skills: Presentation Skills, Job Search (CV & Job Interview Strategies), Negotiating, Effective Business Writing, Argumentation, Effective Communication to Motivate, Body Language, etc. - very practical, example based approach, video & audio tape examples

The safest guideline in terms of suitable topics and materials is provided in the content page of your textbook!