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SEPTEMBER:
JOB AND SCHOOL:
preparing for the job interview. (8 hours)

OCTOBER:
HISTORY OF THE FIRST INHABITANTS:
The Neolithic: Skara Brae, Newgrange and Stonehenge.
The Iberians.
The Celts - Gaels and Britons.
The Romans.
The Queen Boudicca and the Romans.
The Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes.
The Christian missionaries in Britain and Ireland.
The Vikings and Alfred the Great.
The Norman invasion and The Bayeaux Tapestry.
Presentation of book reports.

NOVEMBER:
LITERATURE IN CONTEXT:
Anglo-Saxon literature: Beowulf - Analysis of two short extracts.
Unit 1: GETTING AROUND
Vocabulary: travel
Grammar: do/does in positive statements, phrasal verb types, present tenses: review, Present Perfect with adverbs for/since
Language competences:
Reading: Get lost!;
Listening: Airports;
Speaking: arrange transport;
Writing: Write in paragraphs.
Language for life: Life skills – dealing with adversity

DECEMBER - JANUARY:
The Magna Carta and the Hundred Years' War.
The Black Death and the Peasant's Revolt.
The medieval trade routes.
The rise of Middle English: Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales - Analysis of The Wife of Bath.

FEBRUARY:
Unit 2: FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
Vocabulary: cooking utensils and verbs, agricolture
Grammar: Infinitive of purpose, verb patterns, ability and permission: review
Language competences:
Reading: What's in a name?;
Listening: Young farmers;
Speaking: Give yourself time to think;
Writing: Write topic sentences.
Language for life: How to describe an object and its use, behaving ethically.

MARCH - APRIL:
HISTORY:
England under the Tudors.
The Elizabethan Age.
The years after Elizabeth.

LITERATURE IN CONTEXT:
Shakespeare and us: Idioms coined by Shakespeare and still used nowadays.
Elizabethan drama: The Globe.
Shakespeare's poetry: Sonnet 130, Sonnet 18.
Shakespeare's tragedy: Romeo and Juliet - Act II, Scene 2
Shakespeare's tragedy: Hamlet: Act III, Scene 2
Shakespeare's comedy: A midsummer night's dream. Selected passages for text analysis. Watching the theatre play.

MAY:
Unit 3: FREEDOM AND CHANGE:
Vocabulary: activism, politics
Grammar: possibility and deduction: review, past perfect simple and past perfect continuous, narrative tenses: review, Past Simple v Present Perfect: common errors
Language competences:
Reading: The American civil rights movement;
Listening: The generation power gap;
Speaking: defend a position;
Writing: Write introductions and conclusions.
Language for life: resolving conflicts.

Dijak bo ob zaključku šolskega leta ocenjen pozitivno, če:

Bo znal na grobo obrazložiti razvoj angleškega jezika do Shakespearjevega časa, bo razumel pomembnost Chaucerjevega in Shakespearjevega vpliva na jezik in književnost, bo razumel aktualnost tragedije Hamlet, bo uspešno znal skleniti dogovor glede prevoza,bo znal predstaviti prednosti in hibe kar zadeva poljedelstvo in okolje, bo znal utemeljevati svoje mnenje in ga argumentirati.

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