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Speakout StarterSecond EditionAlignment with the Global Scaleof English and Common EuropeanFramework of Reference2NDEDITIONPhotocopiable Pearson English 2016

2NDEDITIONSpeakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six-level general English coursefor adults that has been developed in association with BBC Worldwide and BBCLearning English. The course integrates authentic video from popular BBCprogrammes into every unit and builds the skills and knowledge learners need toexpress themselves confidently in a real English-speaking environment.Completely revised and aligned to the Global Scale of English, this edition hasstriking new visuals, updated reading and listening texts, new video clips and alarge bank of additional practice material.Speakout ExtraSpeakout Extra provides downloadable worksheets that meet learners’ individualneeds by providing them with additional grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation andskills practice. It also includes extra video exploitation activities to help learnersget the most out of the BBC clips.COURSE COMPONENTS Students’ Book with DVD-ROMStudents’ Book with DVD-ROM and MyEnglishLabStudents’ Book Audio CDsWorkbook with Audio CD (with and without key)Teacher’s Book with Resource and Assessment DiscActiveTeachSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

The Global Scale of English andThe Common European Framework of ReferenceTThe Global Scale of English is a standardised, granular scale from 10 to 90 which measuresEnglish language proficiency. It is correlated to the Common European Framework ofReference (CEFR). Unlike the CEFR, which describes proficiency in terms of broad levels, theGlobal Scale of English identifies what a learner can do at each point on a more granularscale – and within a CEFR level. The scale is designed to motivate learners by demonstratingincremental progress in their language ability. The Global Scale of English forms thebackbone for Pearson English course material and assessment.CEFR and the Global Scale of English both comprise a number of Can Do statements foreach of the four language skills, describing what learners should be able to do at differentlevels of proficiency. The Global Scale of English Can Do statements have been aligned tothe CEFR and many additional statements created, rated for difficulty and calibrated to thescale.This document provides an overview of the Can Do statements that are covered in eachunit of the course. For each Can Do statement we indicate whether a statement is from theoriginal CEFR or newly-created by Pearson English:(C) Common European Framework descriptor, verbatim, Council of Europe(Ca) Common European Framework descriptor, adapted or edited, Council of Europe(N2000) North (2000) descriptor, verbatim(N2000a) North (2000) descriptor, adapted or edited(P) New Pearson English descriptorEnglish courses and testing aligned to a single scale the Global Scale of EnglishVisit English.com/gse to learn more about the Global Scale of English.Council of Europe (2001) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning,teaching, assessment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.North, B. (2000) The Development of a Common Framework Scale of Language Proficiency.New York: Peter Lang.Schneider, Guenther and Brian North (1999) ‘In anderen Sprachen kann ich’ . . . Skalen zurBeschreibung, Beurteilung und Selbsteinschätzung der fremdsprachlichen Kommunikationmsfähigkeit. Berne, Project Report, National Research Programme 33, Swiss National ScienceResearch Council.Schneider, G., North, B. (2000) Fremdsprachen können – was heißt das?Chur / Zürich: Rüegger The copyright of the Can Do statements taken from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages reproduced in thisdocument belongs to the Council of Europe. All users and publishers must ask formal and written permission prior to using these bywriting to the Language Policy Unit of the Council of Europe [email protected]

2NDEDITIONSpeakout Second Edition Starter is aligned with the Global Scale of English andCommon European Framework of Reference. It takes learners from 0 to A1. Eachlesson guides students to a ‘Can do’ goal in line with the Global Scale of Englishand Common European Framework ‘Can do’ statements.10GSE2030405060708090B2 C1C2AdvancedUpper StarterCEFR A1A1A2 B1 Learn more about the Global Scale of English at eakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit One HELLOLesson 1.1 Where are you from?Grammarbe: I/youVocabularycountriesPronunciation sentence stress; word stressCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingListeningCan understand basic personal details if given carefully and slowly P)A1218SpeakingCan establish basic social contacts with simple, polite greetings andfarewells (CA)A1198Can ask where other people are in a limited way (P)A1209Can write the letters of the alphabet in upper and lower case (P)A1109CEFRGSEPAGECan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12110Can ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or onvery familiar topics (CA)A12511CEFRGSEPAGEWritingLesson 1.2 ArrivalsGrammarbe: he/she/itVocabularyjobsPronunciation word stressCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 1.3 How do you spell ?GrammarGive personal informationVocabularythe alphabetPronunciation the alphabet; sentence stressCan do objectivesReadingListeningCan understand basic personal details if given carefully and slowly (P)A12112SpeakingCan ask for the spelling of a word, or for the word to be written down(P)A12511Can exchange personal details (e.g. where they live, things they have(CA)A12813WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 1.4 Around the worldGrammarGive personal informationVocabularythe alphabetPronunciation the alphabet; sentence stressCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEA12514ReadingListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)SpeakingCan give a short description of their home, family and job, given somehelp with vocabulary (P)A23015Can complete simple forms with basic personal details (CA)A12315WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Two PEOPLELesson 2.1 Family photosGrammarbe: you/we/theyVocabularyfamilyPronunciation contractionsCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingListeningCan understand basic personal details if given carefully and slowly (P)A12118SpeakingCan ask and answer simple questions about people they know in alimited way (CA)A12819Can use an apostrophe when writing contractions (P)A12819CEFRGSEPAGECan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12122Can say their own age and ask someone about their age (P)A12823CEFRGSEPAGECan make very basic suggestions with support (P)A12120Can express how they are feeling using very basic fixed expressions (P)A12820WritingLesson 2.1 A family businessGrammarpossessive adjectivesVocabularynumbers 11-100yPronunciation word stress: numbersCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 2.3 Let’s have a breakFunctionmaking suggestionsVocabularyfeelingsPronunciation intonation: showing interestCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 2.4 Royal weddingCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12524Can ask and answer simple questions about people they know in alimited way (CA)A12825Can write short, simple notes, emails and postings to friends out Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Three THINGSLesson 3.1 What’s ronunciation sounds: plurals /s/ , /z/, /izCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12530Can ask and answer simple questions about things they have in alimited way (CA)A12131CEFRGSEPAGECan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12132Can ask and answer simple questions about people they know in alimited way (CA)A12833Can write simple sentences about their family and where they live ngLesson 3.2 Famous clothesGrammarpossessive ‘sVocabularycolours and clothesPronunciation sounds: possessive ‘sCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 3.3 Café cultureFunctionordering in a cafeVocabularyfood and drinkPronunciation Intonation: phrases with orCan do objectivesReadingCan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12134ListeningCan understand simple language related to prices and quantitities (P)A12034SpeakingCan ask for a drink or food in a limited way (P)A12434Can use simple phrases to order a meal (CA)A23135WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 3.4 The marketCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12536Can use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, andrequest information (C)A12837Can write simple sentences about things that they and other peoplehave (P)A12537ReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Four LIFELesson 4.1 What’s different?Grammarpresent simple: I/ you/we/theyVocabularyverb phrasesPronunciation sentence stressCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingListeningCan follow short, simple social exchanges (P)A23340SpeakingCan ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or onvery familiar topics (CA)A12541Can use very basic connectors like and, but, so and then (CA)A23141CEFRGSEPAGECan understand the general meaning of short, simple informationalmaterial and descriptions if there is visual support (CA)A23442Can describe very basic similarities or differences with support (P)A12943CEFRGSEPAGEWritingLesson 4.2 A good matchGrammarpresent simple: he/she/itVocabularydays; time phrasesPronunciation 3rd person sCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 4.3 What time is it?Functiontelling the timeVocabularyeventsPronunciation intonation for checkingCan do objectivesReadingListeningCan understand the time of day when expressed to the quarter hour (P)A12344SpeakingCan tell the time of day to the quarter hour (P)A12444Can ask very simply for repetition when they don’t understand (C)A12145Can use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, andrequest information (C)A12845WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 4.4 A secret lifeCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingCan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12146ListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12546SpeakingCan describe a person’s likes and dislikes using very simple language (P)A12847WritingCan write simple sentences about someone’s life and routines (P)A12847Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Five ROUTINESLesson 5.1 Bad habitsGrammarpresent simple questions: he/she/itVocabularydaily routinesPronunciation weak forms: doesCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12552SpeakingCan ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or onvery familiar topics (CA)A12552Can initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics(CA)A23053CEFRGSEPAGECan understand the general meaning of short, simple informationalmaterial and descriptions if there is visual support (CA)A23454Can describe habits and routines (CA)A2 3855Can initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics (CA)A23055Can use simple linkers to describe sequence such as first, then, finally (P)A12955CEFRGSEPAGECan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12556Can use simple phrases to order a meal (CA)A23156Can use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, andrequest information (C)A12857WritingLesson 5.2 Superman and super modelGrammaradverbs of frequencyVocabularyfoodPronunciation word stressCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 5.3 When does it open?FunctionDescribing cause and effectVocabularyTrendsPronunciation Connected speech: swallowed soundsCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 5.4 How to feed your kidsCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingCan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12158ListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12558Can ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or onvery familiar topics (CA)A12559Can write short, simple notes, emails and postings to friends (N2000A)A12859SpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Six JOURNEYSLesson 6.1 No trainsGrammarthere is/areVocabularyplacesPronunciation word stress; sentence stressCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12562SpeakingCan ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or onvery familiar topics (CA)A12563WritingCan write short, simple notes, emails and postings to friends (N2000A)A12863CEFRGSEPAGECan understand the general meaning of short, simple informationalmaterial and descriptions if there is visual support (CA)A23464Can use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, andrequest information (CA)A12865CEFRGSEPAGELesson 6.2 A global language?GrammarConcession clausesVocabularyLanguagePronunciation Intonation: concession clausesCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 6.3 Single or return?Functionbuying a ticketVocabularytravelPronunciation word stress for checkingCan do objectivesReadingListeningCan handle common, everyday transactions (e.g. buying a ticket) (CA)A23266SpeakingCan use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, andrequest information (CA)A12867WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 6.4 Rush hourCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12568Can recognise phrases and content words related to familiar topics (e.g.shopping, local geography) (C)A23168SpeakingCan initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics (CA)A23069WritingCan write a brief description related to a particular topic (P)A12969Can write simple sentences about someone’s life and routines (P)A12869ReadingListeningSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Seven PASTLesson 7.1 Where were you?Grammarpast simple: was/wereVocabularydatesPronunciation Word stress: suffixesCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan understand basic information about free time activities (P)A12774Can understand cardinal numbers from 101 to 1000 (P)A12575SpeakingCan indicate time by such phrases as next week, last Friday, inNovember, three o’clock (C)A12575WritingCan use basic punctuation (e.g. commas, full stops, question marks) (P)A12675CEFRGSEPAGECan understand the general meaning of short, simple informationalmaterial and descriptions if there is visual support (CA)A23476Can describe basic events in the past with support (P)A12977CEFRGSEPAGEA23378 & 79ReadingListeningLesson 7.2 Record breakersGrammarpast simple: regular verbsVocabularyactionsPronunciation -ed endingsCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 7.3 How was it?Functiongiving opinionsVocabularyadjectivesPronunciation intonationCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingCan make simple references to the past using was/were (P)WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 7.4 The Chilean minersCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingCan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A12180ListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12580SpeakingCan initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics (CA)A23081WritingCan write simple sentences about someone’s work and duties (P)A23181Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Eight PLACESLesson 8.1 Strange meetingsGrammarpast simple: irregular verbsVocabularyprepositions of placePronunciation Rhythm: proverbsCan do objectivesReadingCEFRGSEPAGECan identify specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3784Can ask and answer simple questions about people they know in alimited way n 8.2 A good holidayGrammarpast simple: questionsVocabularyholiday activitiesPronunciation linking: did you?Can do objectivesReadingListeningCan understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowlyand clearly (CA)A23386SpeakingCan describe a travel experience with a few very basic stock phrases (P)A23587WritingCan use very basic connectors like and, but, so and then (CA)A23187CEFRGSEPAGECan initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics (CA)A23088Can say where they and other people are in a limited way (P)A12288 & 89Lesson 8.3 Where is it?Functiongiving directionsVocabularyprepositionsPronunciation stress: prepositionsCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 8.4 Guided tourCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A12590SpeakingCan describe a travel experience with a few very basic stock phrases (P)A23591WritingCan write a basic text about an experience given a model (P)A12991ReadingListeningSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Nine SHOPPINGLesson 9.1 A waste of moneyGrammarobject pronounsVocabularymoneyPronunciation connected speech: linkingCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingListeningCan recognise phrases and content words related to familiar topics (e.g.shopping, local geography) (C)A23196SpeakingCan ask and answer simple questions about purchases and products (P)A12997WritingCan write short, simple notes, emails and postings to friends (N2000A)A12897CEFRGSEPAGECan identify specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3798Can describe a person’s likes and dislikes using very simple language (P)A12899CEFRGSEPAGELesson 9.2 The right giftGrammarlike, love, hate -ingVocabularyactivitiesPronunciation sentence stressCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 9.3 I’d like a . . .Functionmaking requestsVocabularyshopping departmentsPronunciation word stress: intonationCan do objectivesReadingListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A125100SpeakingCan ask people for things and give people things (C)A128100Can use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, andrequest information (CAA128101WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 9.4 The borrowing shopCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingCan identify basic factual information in very simple texts (P)A121102ListeningCan follow speech which is very slow and carefully articulated, with longpauses (CA)A125102SpeakingCan use a limited range of fixed expressions to describe objects,possessions or products (P)A235103WritingCan write simple sentences about things that they and other peoplehave (P)A125103Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Ten PLANSLesson 10.1 A new jobGramma

Speakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six-level general English course ... • Students’ Book Audio CDs • Workbook with Audio CD (with and without key) ... Pre-intermediate Elementary Starter. Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016