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Speakout Pre-intermediateSecond 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 is aligned with the Global Scale of English and CommonEuropean Framework of Reference. It takes learners from A2 to B1 level. 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 about the Global Scale of English at eakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit One LIFELesson 1.1 Feeling goodGrammarQuestion formsVocabularyFree timePronunciation Stressed wordsCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEA2 389CEFRGSEPAGEA2 3910ReadingListeningSpeakingCan ask and answer questions about habits and routines (C)WritingLesson 1.2 True LoveGrammarPast simpleVocabularyRelationshipsPronunciation Past simple verbs: -ed endingsCan do objectivesReadingListeningCan understand standard speech on familiar matters, with somerepetition or reformulationSpeakingCan communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges ofinformation (CA)A2 3610Can use very basic connectors like and, but, so and then (CA)A23211CEFRGSEPAGEA2 3613A2 3913WritingLesson 1.3 Nice day, isn’t it?FunctionMaking conversationVocabularyConversation topicsPronunciation LinkingCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingCan use simple, everyday polite forms of greeting and address (C)Can initiate, maintain and close simple, restricted face-to-faceconversations (N2000)WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 1.4 Someone specialCan do GECan find specific information in simple letters,brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3814Can understand the main points of narratives and conversations aboutfamiliar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear, standard speech (CA)B14714Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people,places, experiences) (N2000A)A2 3815Can participate in short conversations in routine Contexts on topics ofinterest (C)A2 4115Can write short, basic descriptions of places, people or things (P)A2 4015Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Two WORKLesson 2.1 The company 4u?GrammarPresent simple and continuousVocabularyWorkPronunciation Word stressCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow the main points of short talks on familiar topics if deliveredin clear, standard speech (CAB14518Can participate in short conversations in routine contexts on topics ofinterest (C)A2 4118Can use appropriate openings and endings in simple, informalemails (P)A2 3819CEFRGSEPAGECan summarise short written passages using the original wording andordering (CA)B14421Can participate in short conversations in routine contexts on topics ofinterest (C)A2 4121CEFRGSEPAGECan say what they like and dislike (C)A23422Can initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics (CA)A23122Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges ofinformation (CA)A2 3623ReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 2.2 A risky businessGrammaradverbs of frequencyVocabularyjobsPronunciation stressed syllablesCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 2.3 I like working outideFunctionExpressing likes/dislikesVocabularyTypes of workPronunciation Intonation: sound interestedCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 2.4 Dream commutersCan do GECan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3824Can follow the main points of short talks on familiar topics if deliveredin clear, standard speech (CA)B14524Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges ofinformation (CA)A2 3625Can write simple informal emails/letters and online postings givingnews or opinions (P)B14625Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Three TIME OUTLesson 3.1 Free in NYCGrammarPresent continuous/be going to for futureVocabularyTime outPronunciation Fast speech: going toCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan understand standard speech on familiar matters, with somerepetition or reformulation (CA)A2 3928SpeakingCan describe plans and arrangements (CA)A2 3929WritingCan write a basic informal email/letter of invitation with simple, keydetails (P)A2 4129CEFRGSEPAGECan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3830Can ask and answer questions about what they do at work and in theirfree time (C)A23531CEFRGSEPAGECan extract key factual information such as prices, times and datesfrom a recorded telephone message (P)A2 3632Can participate in short conversations in routine contexts on topics ofinterest (C)A2 4132Can ask for clarification about key words, not understood, using fixedexpressions (CA)A2 4033Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges ofinformation (CA)A2 3633ReadingListeningLesson 3.2 Relax!GrammarQuestions without auxiliariesVocabularyPlaces to visitPronunciation Stress in compound nounsCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 3.3 Can I take a message?FunctionMaking a phone callVocabularyCollocationsPronunciation Linking: canCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 3.4 Rio de JaneiroCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan follow the main points of short talks on familiar topics if deliveredin clear, standard speech (CA)B14534Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges ofinformation (CA)A2 3634Can describe plans and arrangementsA2 3635Can write a basic informal email/letter of invitation with simple, keydetails (P)A2 4135ReadingListeningSpeakingWritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Four GREAT MINDSLesson 4.1 Hidden talentGrammarPresent perfect ever/neverVocabularyMake an doPronunciation Weak forms: haveCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGECan understand standard speech on familiar matters, with somerepetition or reformulation (CA)A2 3939SpeakingCan describe skills and abilities using simple language (P)A23439WritingCan write simple sentences about personal skills (P)A23439CEFRGSEPAGECan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3840Can participate in short conversations in routine contexts on topics ofinterest (C)A2 4141Can give an opinion when asked directly provided they can ask forrepetition (CA)B14541CEFRGSEPAGECan make and respond to suggestions (C)A2 4142/43Can ask for basic advice using simple language (PA2 3643ReadingListeningLesson 4.2 Schools of thoughtGrammarcan, have to, mustVocabularyEducationPronunciation Weak forms: have toCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 4.3 What should I doFunctionGivig adviceVocabularyLanguage learningPronunciation Silent lettersCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingCSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 4.4 InventionsCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingCan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3844ListeningCan follow the main points of short talks on familiar topics if deliveredin clear, standard speechB14544SpeakingCan give or seek personal views and opinions in discussing topics ofinterest (C)B14645WritingCan write about everyday things (e.g. people, places, jobs, study) inlinked sentences (CA)A2 4245Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Five TRAVELLesson 5.1 Fantastic film tripsGrammarPast simple and past continuousVocabularyTransportPronunciation weak forms: was/wereCan do objectivesReadingCEFRGSEPAGECan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3848Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people,places, experiences) (N2000A)A2 3848CEFRGSEPAGECan generally identify the topic of discussion around them whenconducted slowly and clearly (C)A2 3950Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people,places, experiences) (N2000A)A2 3851Can write about everyday things (e.g. people, places, jobs, study) inlinked sentences (CA)A2 4251CEFRGSEPAGEListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 5.2 Travel tipsGrammarVerb patternsVocabularyTravel itemsPronunciation Stressed syllablesCan do objectivesReadingListeningSpeakingWritingLesson 5.3 You can’t miss itFunctionAsking for/giving directionsVocabularyTourisPronunciation Intonation: questionsCan do objectivesReadingListeningCan follow detailed directions (C)B1 5152SpeakingCan ask for simple directions from X to Y on foot or by public transport (P)A23353Can give simple directions from X to Y on foot or by public transport (P)A23353WritingSpeakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Lesson 5.4 Full circleCan do objectivesCEFRGSEPAGEReadingCan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3854ListeningCan follow the main points of short talks on familiar topics if deliveredin clear, standard speech (CA)B14554SpeakingCan ask and answer questions about basic plans and intentions (P)A2 3755WritingCan write a basic letter of application with supporting details (P)B14755Speakout Second Edition Photocopiables Pearson Education Ltd. 2016

Unit Six FITNESSLesson 6.1 Keeping fitGrammarPresent perfect for/sinceVocabularyhealthPronunciation Sentence stressCan do objectivesReadingCEFRGSEPAGECan find specific information in simple letters, brochures and shortarticles (CA)A2 3858Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges ofinformation (CA)A2 3659CEFRGSEPAGECan understand standard speech on familiar matters, with somerepetition or reformulation (CA)A2 3960Can participate in short conversations in routine contexts on to

Speakout Second Edition is a comprehensive six-level general English course for adults that has been developed in association with BBC Worldwide and BBC Learning English.The course integrates authentic video from popular BBC