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Base 级别课程大纲

课节 场景和主题 学习内容 说唱 语法和结构
Family, school, and park. All of __ except; pay attention to; interested in ___; with phrases Imperatives (do this/that); adverbs of location; empty/full, everyone/no one look(s) like, and with/without. Present progressive verbs Like + (infinitive) Adjectives and prepositional adjective phrases Identifying family members & home activities; introductions; identification of people via adjectives and phrases. Directing actions using should & shouldn’t and followed by too and otherwise.
Park, neighborhood, marketplace Comparatives & superlatives: Good, better, best Bad, worse, worst Who am I? using comparatives. Asking & answering questions to solve problems (What should I do? Where should I go?) and to identify people. Asking questions about items, estimating prices, sorting by category, units of volume. Adverbs of location Questions: Wh-, + is/are, with do/does, Who am I? Comparing & contrasting age, appearance, skills, numbers. Asking & answering questions to solve problems (What should I do? Where should I go?) and to identify people (using comparatives). Follow directions; identify people based on actions; simple conversations re: buying; learning how to spend money. Asking questions about items, estimating prices, sorting by category, units of volume.
Family album Recognize can/can’t, could/couldn’t Identify & sort adjectives of food (chewy, crunchy,soft) Construct so…that sentences Everything, everywhere, everyone, every day So + adj. that… According to… Have to Adverbs of frequency, e.g. always, usually, sometimes, rarely, never How often questions Used to; worry about; daily, weekly, monthly, yearly First & third person narration Adjectives with the prefix un-; same, similar, different; although…still; first & third person narration. Identify & use correct S-V agreement with past and present be verb First & third person narration; reg. and irreg. past tense verbs Identify regular activities; identify activities that are good/bad for health. Develop skill in moving among future, past, and present forms & constructions.
Liars, troublemakers, and thieves Be used to Let me/him/her/them do …(something) Be supposed to Belong to Too/either Should/shouldn’t I get nervous when I … Up to (someone) Tell the truth Tell a lie Past/present/future tense employing earlier/now/later If…, I will become … Lying, telling the truth, and apologizing. Teach about good and bad manners, traits, and habits. Making jokes and being serious. To teach and demonstrate to the students how classroom rules and procedures are applied in actual situations.
Downtown and activities around downtown (be) going to While (verb + ing) In order to Once, twice, three times Noun + (ist) Prepositions for time expressions (at one o’clock) Neither can I (sad books) make me cry I wish I were rich I hope I will… I wonder (what, when, where, who, which, why)… Getting around downtown; learning about the establishments there and the vocabulary used at those places. Learn how to discuss measurements.
Shopping Categories What kind of …? Opposites Lend/borrow/owe May I …? How do you like…? (wool) comes from (sheep) Compound words (armchair etc.) I would rather… It/them/him/her Learn about various items offered at a department store and how to look for and buy things. Take advantage of sales and discounts.
Uncle Fritz’s wedding Verb + tion = noun (Graduate/graduation) Take care of My mother took care of me when… Can hardly (verb) Noun + ful = adjective (hopeful) As (adjective) as Used to be Sit in the _____ row from the front/back Act (adjective) like, act generous Seem (adjective) like, seem nice Must (do something) Against the (rule) Tell on (someone) Adjective + ness= noun (i.e. sweetness) Prepositions with places (on Main street) Get along with Would like to… Past tense Phrasal subjects Phrasal verbs To whom? Clausal sentences Passive sentence (Zap was scolded by his mother.) Past participle Adverbs (i.e. read loudly) Introducing memorable events in life and learn about how to celebrate those moments. Practice how to ask for and give directions on the street. Peek into the thoughts of the participants of those celebrations.
Automobile and traffic problems Noun + less = without (i.e. headless) Have you ever…? Have (never) been to Let’s keep (something) adjective (i.e. Let’s keep the bathroom clean) Why? Because… About to…, just in time On the way At least, at the most Should/shouldn’t have… Present perfect tense Irregular verbs S + V + O + Compliment Clausal sentences Would you do (something)? Learn the vocabulary and the situations pertaining to automobiles and traffic. Topics concerning traffic violations, traffic signs, accidents, damages to cars, and repairs are also discussed.
Health and hygiene Be tired of + (V ing) During… Anything/something (Do you have anything for…?) If you want…, you should Compared to… Present perfect progressive Compound sentences How long have you been… While visiting the doctor’s office, various issues which concern maintaining good health are discussed. Students learn about various body organs and their functions.
At the restaurant Could (as a possibility) Adding “im” to make an adjective mean the opposite (i.e. possible/impossible) Keep (verb + ing) In charge of… Hardly (verb) Synonyms Fractions Be used to Causative “make” (i.e. I make them sing) S + V + O + C Whom Myself, yourself, himself, herself, themselves, itself Students learn about food service business and various positions and functions involved in serving the customers. Students also learn about table manners and etiquette, and how to order food.
The Olympics 1 Likely/unlikely Just in time/too late As a result Feel sorry for One may (think) Prefix “un” and “well” (i.e. well-known, unknown) Prefix “over” for excessive (i.e. overeat) Whether – or Be able to Let (someone) down Do one’s best Phrasal subject Adjective/adverbial clause Future progressive Students learn about internationalism, fair play and good sportsmanship. They also learn about types of competitive events in the Olympics.
The Olympics 2 Have a chance Over and over Same word in different forms (verb/adjective): disappoint/disappointed (noun/verb/adjective): Description/describe/descriptive Prefix “dis” for opposite meanings (i.e. dislike) Due to… So far Get over Until… Phrasal subjects (i.e. The city school with a good volleyball team…) A noun phrase (i.e. Quitting the race is easy; Not everybody who starts the race…) Students are introduced to various positions and procedures involved in organizing the Olympic events. Individual ambitions of the participating athletes are considered.

Camp1500 课程简介

Camp 1500是英语学习的第三级别课程,针对有一定基础的学生,用英语教英语,在继续培养英语学习兴趣的基础上,进一步巩固坚实的英语基础。

Camp1500 学习目标

  • 进一步学习语法
  • 提高听说读写4项技能
  • 基础阅读和写作技能
  • 在原来的基础上增加1500个词汇/习语的使用,使词汇量达到3000


Camp1500 课程结构

Camp1500共包含96课,请先参加水平测试,以确认您可以开始camp1500的学习

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