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EFR B1Lesson 1How wouldyou describeyourself?Lesson 2How do youwant toimprove yourEnglishVOCABULARY PLUS(page 117)The alphabet reviewNumbers and symbolsreviewbe (R)Present simple (R)Present continuous(R)Past simple (R)want / need (R)Superlatives (R)Talking about yourselfFinding out aboutother peopleDiscussing learningstrategiesWriting an action planYears and dates reviewUnit 1 WaterCEFR B1INTRODUCTIONWords connected withwater: sea, river; cloud,rain; sail, swim; boat, ship;hot, dirty; drink, shower,save, splash; boil, filter; tapwater, soda water, salt waterDoing a quiz to learnmore about waterLesson 1A very longway!Present perfect vpast simpleInfinitive ofpurposeReflexive pronounsTalking about the IceBucket Challenge andraising money forcharityReading:He did it firstLesson 2Tap or bottled?Modal verbs: can /can’t, have to /don’t have to,must / mustn’t,ought to / oughtnot to, should /shouldn’tDiscussing ways tosave waterReading: WaterLesson 3Water activitiesWriting a messageexplaining things youcan do to save waterWater sports andequipment: aquawalking, board, breathingapparatus, canoeing, diving,goggles, ironing, kayaking,kitesurfing, life jacket, mask,paddle boarding, sailing,scuba diving, snorkelling,swimming, weights, wetsuit,windsurfing.Demonstrating anddescribing a sportGiving a talk about aregular activityEverydayEnglishLeisure facilities: hotstones, jacuzzi, sauna,steam room, solarium,swimming pool.Treatments: facial, gym,manicure, massage, pedicureAsking for moreinformation aboutgym and Spa facilitiesand treatmentsVocabularyPLUS(p.118)Networking: comment,download, like, post, site,timeline, tweet, uploadWordbuilder: nouns fromverbs; verbs with un-;say and tellFOCUS ON: couldPronunciation activities: Word stress / Links between words2JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & SequenceListening 1:instructions fordoing two watersportsListening 2:a talk about awater sportListening: aconversation at agym and Spa

Unit 2 Switch on!CEFR B1INTRODUCTIONTV genres: cartoon, crimedrama, documentary, gameshow, makeover show,the news, reality show,sitcom, soap (opera), sportsprogramme, weatherforecastWords that go withdrama, show, programme:cookery, costume, history,hospital, legal, naturalhistory, nature, news, period,political quiz, talk, travelCollocations: watch vlook at: a film, a match,a painting, a photo, aprogramme TV, a video clip,a viewLesson 1Stories fromScandinaviaAdjectives for describinga programme: abandoned,cold, dark, empty, foggy,glamorous, grey, lonely,ordinary, perfect, pleasant,popular. shockingLesson 2The world oftelenovelasTalking about TVand the kinds ofprogrammes youwatchAdverbs offrequency: almostalways, rarely,normally often,hardly ever, usuallyused toused to v usuallyFinding out whatpeople watchedWriting and filminga vlog about past TVpreferencesReading:Nordic noirListening:Informationabout HansChristianAndersenPresent perfectcontinuousfor and sinceDiscussing soap operaissuesTalking aboutlong-running TVprogrammesWriting a scene froma soapReading:Avenida BrasilGiving a shortpresentation about aTV presenterTalking aboutattitudes to female TVpresentersReading: DavidAttenboroughand ClaudiaWinklemanListening 1:a conversationabout maleand femalepresentersListening 2: aninterview witha former TVpresenterLesson 3InfluentialpeopleEverydayEnglishTV talk / Requests andresponsesAsking / Telling peoplenot to do thingsTV Talk / Requests andresponsesPronunciation activities: /Ʊ/ / Links between words.JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence3

VocabularyPLUS(p.119)Wordbuilder: un- and im;FOCUS ON: verbs of thesenses: feel, seem, smell,sound, tastePhrasal verbs: turnused to v be/getused toPronunciation activity: stressed syllablesREVIEWUnits 1 & 24JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & SequenceComparing festivalsListening: Pointsof view about aprogramme.Aspects ofculture: Waterfestivals

UNITS 1 & 2 MULTIMEDIAStudent MaterialONLINE Placement testTeacher monitoredFor private student studyCLOUDBOOKUnits 1 and 2: Student’s Book and WorkbookWORKBOOK AUDIO MP3 Tracks 02 – 07ONLINE TRAININGPRONUNCIATIONUnit 1: Vowel sound /ɔː/Sentence stressUnit 2: Vowel sound /Ʊ/Weak forms of have /әv/ and been /bın/EXAM PRACTICEModule 1 A & BTOEIC: Listening Test Part 1Preliminary (PET): Reading Part 1TOEFL: Writing Task 1IELTS General Training: Speaking Part 2(Individual long turn)EXTRA PRACTICEThe same Cyber Homework exercises for privatestudent study (please see under ‘Cyber Homework’ fordetailed content)Unit 1Lesson 1:Grammar – Present perfect v. past simpleGrammar – Infinitive of purposeGrammar – Reflexive pronounsVocabulary – Words connected with waterLesson 2:Grammar – Modal verbsReading – DrowningListening – Florida Water Paradise (1)Listening – Florida Water Paradise (2)Lesson 3:Dialogue – Asking for information (1)Dialogue – Asking for information (2)Vocabulary – Water sports and equipmentVocabulary – Nouns from verbsVocabulary – Verbs with unVocabulary – Say and TellVocabulary – CouldVocabulary – NetworkingUnit 2Lesson1Grammar – Adverbs of frequencyGrammar – Used toVocabulary – TV genresVocabulary – Words that go with drama, show,programmeVocabulary – Look at v. watchVocabulary – AdjectivesLesson 2Grammar – Present perfect continuousGrammar – For and sinceGrammar – had betterListening – sports round-up (1)Listening – sports round-up (2)Reading – Cilla Black (1)Reading – Cilla Black (2)Lesson 3: Vocabulary Plus / Everyday EnglishDialogue – TV talkDialogue – TV talk: requests and responsesVocabulary – Un- and imVocabulary – Used to v. get used toVocabulary – Verbs of the sensesVocabulary – Phrasal verbs: turnCYBER HOMEWORKCLIL PROJECTEnvironmental Science: Air pollutionJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence5

Teacher MaterialONLINE DOWNLOADS TEACHER’S GUIDE WORKBOOK KEY CLASS AUDIO MP3Unit Test 1 Grammar: Present perfect v. Past simple (1) and (2); Infinitive ofpurpose; Modal verbs (1) and (2); Reflexive pronouns. Vocab: Water activitiesand water sport equipment; Words connected with water. Functions: Askingfor more information. Skills: Reading: Two water sports. Listening: Tap waterand bottled water. Writing: Writing about a sporting experience. Speaking: Aconversation about water conservation.TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIOUnit Test 2 Grammar: Adverbs of frequency; used to; Present perfectcontinuous. Vocab: Adjectives; TV: words that go with drama, show, programme;watch v look at. Functions: Asking / Telling people not to do things; Requestsand responses; TV talk. Skills: Reading: K-drama. Listening: What did youwatch last night? Writing: Last night’s TV. Speaking: My favourite TV show.Progress Test 1: Reading: Matt Damon. Reading (IELTS): Drinking waterJetstream Intermediate Testbuilder Track 01 – 02INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR WHITEBOARD OFFLINE STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOKVIDEOS SCOPE & SEQUENCE TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIO FOR UNITS 1 & 26JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence

TOPICVOCABULARYGRAMMARFUNCTIONSSKILLSUnit 3 What music doesCEFR B1INTRODUCTIONMusical instruments:bagpipes, bass guitar, cello,double bass, drums, flute,guitar, harp, keyboard, kora,piano, saxophone, sitar,trombone, trumpet, violinTalking about whatinstruments peoplecan playLesson 1Making musicdifferentlyBody metaphors (1): Cost could / was ablean arm and a leg, Keep your to / managed tochin up, Keep your fingerscrossed, Lend someone ahand, Lose face, Not lift afinger, Provide a shoulder tocry on, Pull my legTalking about a timeyou managed to dosomethingWriting about afriend’s experience ofa difficult situationReading:Against theodds.Lesson 2Music andrubbishWhere to put things:garbage dump, landfill site,laundry basket, recyclingbin, rubbish bin, trash can,waste paper basketPast continuous;past perfectActing out a TVinterviewReading: Theworld sends usgarbage. Wesend back music.Lesson 3The buskerSaying what music youlike: classical, country andwestern, folk, garage,grunge, jazz, pop, rock,technoPast conclusions– can’t / could /must / might haveGiving a short talkListening 1:about a favourite song a conversationor piece of musicabout anextraordinarybuskerListening 2:end of e’s performance:High five! You deserve a realpat on the back. You rock.You’re amazing, You’regreat. You’re just incredible.You’ve made my day.VocabularyPLUS (p.120)Household tasks: do thedusting, the ironing, thelaundry, the cleaning, thedishes, the hoovering /vacuuming, the washing upmake: breakfast, acup of coffee, a mess,arrangements, a mistake,the bedCollocations with music:It’s music to my ears; livemusic; To face the musicComplimentingsomeone’sperformancePhrasal verbs:make: make dowith, make offwith something,make somethingout, makesomething up tosomeonePronunciation activities: Word stressJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence7

Unit 4 Is it art?CEFR B1INTRODUCTIONTypes of art: calligraphy,drawing, graffiti, graphicdesign, installation, painting,photograph, printmaking,sculpture, statue, tapestry,videoTypes of picture: collage,landscape, portrait, sketchThings we use to makeart: chalk, charcoal, chisel,paintbrushLesson 1Mystery attacksPeople in the arts:ballerina, cameraman,choreographer, composer,conductor, dancer, director,photographer, playwright,poet, potter, singer, writerArticles: a, an,some, the, ornothingLesson 2Mystery manAdjectives to describepeople: big, cheerful, crazy,funny, generous, happy,intelligent, large, noisy, old,rich, tallComparison:Comparing people and Reading: Thereconsiderably, aworks of arthe is – againlittle bit, a lot,Completing a poemnearly, almost, far,much, significantly,slightlyLesson 3Mystery artAdjectives to describethe arts: amusing,awful, boring, enjoyable,fascinating, hideous,horrible, imaginative,inspiring, interesting,moving, profound,ridiculous, scary, shallow,shocking, silly, stunning,terrifying, ng opinions andmaking judgements: Irather like it, I beg to differ.It’s totally hideous. Comeon! Point taken. I disagree.I see what you mean. It’sawful, It’s not bad. You mustbe joking.VocabularyPLUS(p.121)Photography: angle,composition, edge,exposure, focus, swiping,tappingWhere things are: atthe back/bottom/top of,behind the, in front of the,on the left/right, in thebackground / foreground /centre / front, in the lefthand / right-hand cornerArt metaphors draw /your attention / up a plan /,paint the town red, topicture somebody sayingsomething, to sketch8JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & SequenceTalking about streetartDeciding which workof art should receive aprizeDescribing works ofartTalking anddisagreeing aboutworks of artDiscussing opinionsand makingjudgementsReading: ScallopListening 1:part of a weeklyArts programmeListening 2:an apology

Pronunciation activities: Using extreme wordsREVIEWUnits 3 & 4Simple Pastcan’t / might /must haveArticlesRetelling a biographyTalking about unusualmusical instrumentsReading: Howto change theworld – or atleast a very bigcompanyAspects ofculture: MusicalinstrumentsJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence9

UNITS 3 & 4 MULTIMEDIAStudent MaterialONLINE Placement testTeacher monitoredFor private student studyCLOUDBOOKONLINE TRAININGPRONUNCIATIONUnit 3: Vowel sounds /u:/ as in too and /Ʊ/ as in cookWord stressUnit 4: Pronouncing the [/ðə/ or /ðɪː/]EXAM PRACTICEModule 2 A & BTOEFL: Listening: Conversation 1IELTS General Training: Reading Section 1 (Matchinginformation)Preliminary (PET): Writing Part 2TOEIC: Speaking: Responding to questions usinginformation providedEXTRA PRACTICEThe same Cyber Homework exercises for private studentstudy (please see under ‘Cyber Homework’ for detailedcontent)Unit 3Lesson1Grammar – Could / was able to / managed to (1)Grammar – Could / was able to / managed to (2)Vocabulary – Musical instrumentsVocabulary – Body metaphorsLesson 2Grammar – Past continuousGrammar – Past perfectReading – The Pros and Cons of Spotify (1)Reading – The Pros and Cons of Spotify (2)Vocabulary – Where to put thingsLesson 3Dialogue – Compliments and responses (1)Dialogue – Compliments and responses (2)Grammar – Past conclusionsListening – Busking in the London underground (1)Listening – Busking in the London underground (2)Vocabulary – Saying what you likeVocabulary – Household tasksVocabulary – CollocationsVocabulary – Phrasal verbs: makeUnit 4Lesson1Grammar – ArticlesVocabulary – Art and picturesVocabulary – People in the ArtsLesson 2Grammar – ComparisonVocabulary – Adjectives to describe peopleReading – Starry Night (1)Reading – Starry Night (2)Listening – Modern Art (1)Listening – Modern Art (2)Lesson 3:Dialogue – Discussing opinions and making judgements (1)Dialogue – Discussing opinions and making judgements (2)Vocabulary – Adjectives to describe the artsVocabulary – PhotographyVocabulary – Where things areVocabulary – CollocationsVocabulary – Art MetaphorsCYBER HOMEWORKCLIL PROJECT10Units 3 and 4: Student’s Book and WorkbookWORKBOOK AUDIO MP3 Tracks 08 – 14The Arts: The importance of the arts in our livesJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence

Teacher MaterialONLINE DOWNLOADS TEACHER’S GUIDE WORKBOOK KEY CLASS AUDIO MP3Unit Test 3 Grammar: could / was able to / managed to; Past continuous; pastperfect; Past conclusions – can’t / could / must / might have. Vocab: Musicalinstruments; Body metaphors (1); Where to put things; Phrasal verbs: make;Collocations with music; Saying what you like. Functions: Complimentingsomeone’s performance. Skills: Reading: Two Brilliant Talents. Listening: AStradivarius in a rubbish dump. Writing: My kind of music. Speaking: My targetlanguage items.TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIOUnit Test 4 Grammar: Articles; Comparison; Superlative sentences.Vocab: Adjectives to describe the arts; People in the arts; Collocations with“mystery”; Art and pictures; Adjectives to describe people. Functions: Discussingopinions and making judgements. Skills: Reading: Field: and installation.Listening: Three conversations about art. Writing: My kind of art. Speaking: Afamous work of art.Progress Test 2: Reading: Remembering Amy. TOEFL Integrated WritingPractice: Vincent Van GoghJetstream Intermediate Testbuilder Track 03 – 04 / Progress Test 2: Units 3 – 4 Track 13INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR WHITEBOARD OFFLINE STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOKVIDEOS SCOPE & SEQUENCE TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIO FOR UNITS 3 & 4JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence11

TOPICVOCABULARYGRAMMARFUNCTIONSSKILLSDoing a quizTalking about stressfulsituationsReading: Howwell are youmanaging yourstress?Writing an ending toa storyActing out aconversation with atherapistListening: aconversation onthe therapist’scouchFollowing instructionsto complete a diagramand write a shortdescriptionReading: Howdoes it work? –Listening 1 and2: a conversationabout researchon stressful jobsListening 3: adescription of astressful jobUnit 5 Chill out!CEFR B1INTRODUCTIONLesson 1How did youreact?First conditional-ed / -ing adjectives:bored/ing, challenged/ing,confused/ing, excited/ing,exhausted/ing, frustrated/ing, interested/ing, relaxed/ing, tired/ingWords connected withthe body: frequentheadaches, tense neck andshoulders, dry mouth, damphands, rapid heartbeat,butterflies in your stomach.Lesson 2Face to facewith a bear!unless firstconditionalLesson 3Nine to fiveWords connected withwork (1): firefighter,hairdresser, journalist,librarian, manager, miner,nurse, pilot, teacher, vet,Words connected withwork (2): boss, colleagues,deadlines, friendly/unfriendlyenvironment, feedback, lowsalary, working hours.Saying how you feelabout your job orstudiesWriting about whatyou do and why it’senjoyable or stressfulEVERYDAYENGLISHGiving advice and makingsuggestions: You should You could See if you can Why don’t you ? Whynot ? Try ing. If you ,it’ll help. I suggest you Just Giving advice andmaking suggestionsPronunciation practice: /’ll/ Sentence practice.VocabularyPLUS (p.122)12Parts of the bodyFOCUS ON: get(review): blood, brain,heart, lung, mind, mouth,muscle, neck, shoulder, skin,stomach, throat, vesselJobs (review): actor,conductor, director, heartsurgeon, lorry / bus driver,marketing manager, soldier,writer, yoga instructorWordbuilder: AFFIXESover: overcharge,overcrowded, overdone,overjoyed, oversleep,overtake, overtime,overweightJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence

UNIT 6 ConsequencesCEFR B1INTRODUCTIONAnimals: badger, bat, bear,bee, butterfly, dolphin, fly,frog, human, mosquito,mouse, parrot, rat, salmon,shark, snake, spider, wasp,whale, zebraAnimal categories:amphibians, birds, fish,insects, mammals, reptiles,something elsePhrases forcertainty andpossibilityDoing a quizLesson 1What wouldwe do withoutthem?The natural world:animals, climate, cold, dark,day, die, disaster, energy,humans, Ice Age, Iceland,lean over, moonlight,night, oceans, orbit,photosynthesis, plants,submarines, sunlight,survive, temperature, tides,trees, werewolves, wobbleSecondconditionalMaking notesGiving a short talkReading:Would we die ifhoneybees didn’texist?Listening: aradio interviewwith a scientistPast obligationand permissionTalking about a fastfood experimentWriting a video scriptReading: What aload of junk!Lesson 2Hamburgers andpies!Lesson 3Magic or myth?Superfoods: acai, artichoke,brazil nuts, coconut, garlic,ginger, honey, kiwi, miso,pineapple, turmeric, vinegarMedicine and health:developing, effective,immune systems, infections,mutations, operation,patients, resist, resistant,superbugsGiving a talk abouta food with specialpropertiesTalking about yourfavourite homeremedyListening 1:a conversationabout an ancientbut modernremedyListening 2:street interviewsabout homeremediesEVERYDAYENGLISHLanguage for identifyingsomething: It’s a thingfor / It’s something for /It’s some stuff for Language for beingvague: It’s a sort of / It’s abit like / It’s or or less thesame as Describing thingsListening:What on Earth iscustard?Writing a mini-sagaTalking about naturalremediesReading: Minisaga rulesAspects ofculture: NaturalremediesPronunciation practice: Sentence stress: AnswersVocabulary PLUS FOCUS ON: the EarthWordbuilder: compoundnouns;DIS-Irregular pluralsPhrasal verbs:more or less ofsomethingMore or less ofsomethingPronunciation practice: Sentence stress: QuestionsREVIEWUnits 5 & 6JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence13

UNITS 5 & 6 MULTIMEDIAStudent MaterialONLINE Placement testTeacher monitoredFor private student studyCLOUDBOOKONLINE TRAININGPRONUNCIATIONUnit 5: Consonant clusters br and bl, fr and fl, pr,sl and st The difference between ‘ll and willUnit 6: The vowel sound /eı/ as in weightSilent lettersEXAM PRACTICEModule 3 A & BPreliminary (PET): Listening Part 4TOEFL: Reading SectionTOEFL: Reading SectionIELTS: General Training: Writing Task 1TOEIC: Speaking: Reading a text aloudTOEIC: Speaking: Responding to the questionsEXTRA PRACTICEThe same Cyber Homework exercises for privatestudent study (please see under ‘Cyber Homework’ fordetailed content)Unit 5Lesson 1:Grammar – First conditionalVocabulary – -ed / -ing adjectivesVocabulary – Words connected with the bodyLesson 2Grammar – unless first conditionalReading – Five great jobs (1)Reading – Five great jobs (2)Listening – A horrible experience (1)Listening – A horrible experience (2)Lesson 3: Vocabulary Plus / Everyday EnglishVocabulary – Words connected with workVocabulary – Parts of the body reviewVocabulary – Jobs reviewVocabulary – Wordbuilder: affixesVocabulary – Wordbuilder: overVocabulary – Focus on: getDialogue – Giving advice and making suggestions (1)Dialogue – Giving advice and making suggestions (2)Unit 6Lesson 1Grammar – Phrases for certainty and possibilityGrammar – Second conditionalVocabulary – AnimalsVocabulary – The natural world.Lesson 2:Grammar – Past obligation and permissionReading – A different kind of supermarket (1)Reading – A different kind of supermarket (2)Listening – Time travel (1)Listening – Time travel (2)Lesson 3:Vocabulary – SuperfoodsVocabulary – Medicine and healthVocabulary – Irregular pluralsVocabulary – Phrasal verbs: more or less of somethingVocabulary – Focus on: the earthVocabulary – Wordbuilder: disDialogue – Describing things (1)Dialogue – Describing things (2)CYBER HOMEWORKCLIL PROJECT14Units 5 and 6: Student’s Book & WorkbookWORKBOOK AUDIO MP3 Tracks 02 – 23Science: Healthy v. unhealthy foodJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence

Teacher MaterialONLINE DOWNLOADS TEACHER’S GUIDE WORKBOOK KEY CLASS AUDIO MP3Unit Test 5 Grammar: something make someone adjective; Firstconditional (1) and (2); if / unless. Vocab: -ed / -ing adjectives; Words connectedwith the body; Words connected with work; Focus on: get; OVER-.Functions: Giving advice and making suggestions. Skills: Reading: TheCountry’s Most Stressful Jobs. Listening: Stress. Writing: A solution to aproblem. Speaking: The dangers of stress.TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIOUnit Test 6 Grammar: Second conditional (1) and (2). Past obligation andpermission. Vocab: Animals and categories; The natural world; Medicineand health (1) and (2); Superfoods; Phrasal verbs: more or less of something.Functions: Describing things. Skills: Reading: No fries! Listening: What wouldhappen if there was no sun or moon? Writing: What would do without ?Speaking: A fast food restaurant.Progress Test 3: Reading: The Magic Bulb. TOEFL Integrated SpeakingPractice: SuperfoodsJetstream Intermediate Testbuilder Track 05 – 06 / Progress Test 3: Units 5 – 6: Track 14INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR WHITEBOARD OFFLINE STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOKVIDEOS SCOPE & SEQUENCE TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIO FOR UNITS 5 & 6JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence15

TOPICVOCABULARYGRAMMARFUNCTIONSSKILLSUnit 7 Technology rules?CEFR B1INTRODUCTIONTechnological inventions:ATM (cash machine,broadband, cassette player,CD-ROM, cloud computing,desktop, Facebook, IBMPC, iPad, iPod, laptop,mobile / cell phone, monitor,Smartphone, Twitter, videocassette, Windows, worldwide web,Lesson 1FuturologyOptimism (adverbs ofdegree):extremely, really,quite, rather, not veryLesson 2What theyknow.Lesson 3Losing skillsOn the road: a dead end,a dual carriageway, a forkin the road, a road sign, aroundabout, a T-junction,avenue, lane, motorway,one-way street, path, roadListening: a ScienceMuseum audio guidewill be able towill future andfuture continuous;hopeGiving your opinionon various worldtopicsMaking predictions forthe futureReading:FE Smith’spredictionsListening:Thomas Frey’spredictionsFuture plansand predictions:going to, willprobably, presentcontinuous, mightActing out aconversation in acomputer shopReading 1:They’ve got yourprofileReading 2:Someone knowsjust abouteverythingTime adverbialsDescribing a regularjourneyWriting a sat navscriptListening: aconversation ina carEVERYDAYENGLISHAsking for and givingdirectionsPronunciation activities: Intonation: Different meanings of “Excuse me”VocabularyPLUS (p.124)Cars: avenue, boot, culde-sac, flyover, highway,lane, high street, motorway,street, a slip road, tollroad, a traffic jam, atailback, traffic congestion,windscreenPedestrians: footbridge,kerb, pavement, pedestriancrossing, pedestrianprecinct, pelican crossing,phone box, streetlight,traffic lights, underpass,zebra crossingCollocations with future:brighter, foreseeable,immediate, no, uncertainPronunciation activities: Sentence stress: Phrasal verbs.16JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence

UNIT 8 FilmCEFR B1INTRODUCTIONCompound nounsconnected with films:action film, blockbuster,camera operator, characteractor, co-writer, film critic,film extra, film set, film star,leading actor, leading lady,make-up artist, scriptwriter,sound engineer, storyboardTalking about the lastfilm you sawLesson 1Who does whatin films?Jobs in films: assistantdirector, camera operator,casting director, composer,costume designer, director,director of photography,editor, foley artist, gaffer,location manager, producer,scriptwriter, set designer,sound designerAdjectives to describecharacter: calm, clever,decisive, easy-going, friendly,grumpy, hard-working,ignorant, indecisive,intelligent, knowledgeable,lazy, moody, nervous, polite,rude, shy, stupid, tidy,unintelligent, untidyNeutral singularpronoun: theyReporting ordersand requestsLesson 2YouTubersStatistics:would and used to Writing and filming avlog about your life asa childLesson 3I’m going to bea starJobs and actions: callcentre operator / answers,cycle courier / delivers, flightattendant / looks after,refuse collector / collects,sales assistant / persuades,security guard / watches,shelf stacker / puts, tollbooth operator / collects,tour guide / informsReporting whatpeople sayReporting whatpeople saidListening: aradio film showDescribing andReading: Jobs onguessing jobsa film setReporting whatpeople saidActing out a film sceneReading: MeetBing!Writing and acting out Listening 1: aan interview for a TVconversation withshowa casting directorListening 2: aconversation witha friendJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence17

EVERYDAYENGLISHGiving good and badnews: Come in. Sit down.It’s open. Yes? // There’ssomething I want to talkto you about. // There’ssomething I’ve beenmeaning to say to you. //Thanks for coming. I’m gladyou were able to make it. //I’m glad / pleased we hadthis little chat.Good news and badnews: dismiss, downsize,fire, give someone newresponsibilities, lay someoneoff, let someone go, makesomeone redundant,promote, resign, restructure,sack, upgradeGiving good and badnewsListening: AconversationTaking down notesActing out aninterview with apossible robotTalking about a happymemoryWriting about a happymemoryTalking about foreignfilmsReading: Robotsare us?Listening: BladerunnerAspects ofculture: FilmsPronunciation practice: Sentence intonation: Statements v. questions.Vocabulary PLUS At the movies: at a movie,(p. 125)big / low budget, film goer,film/movie premiere, moviebuff, movie theatre, star in,take inCollocations with video:home video, promotionvideo, to upload a videoWordbuilder: Adverbs /Nouns from Adjectives: lazy /lazily; ignorant / ignoranceWeddings: best man, bride,bridegroom, bridesmaids,honeymoon, maid ofhonour, registry office,wedding receptionPronunciation activity: Word stress: A rapREVIEWUnits 7 & 818JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & SequenceThe future (R)used to (R)

UNITS 7 & 8 MULTIMEDIAStudent MaterialONLINE Placement testTeacher monitoredFor private student studyCLOUDBOOKUnits 7 and 8: Student’s Book & WorkbookWORKBOOK AUDIO MP3 Tracks 20 – 25ONLINE TRAININGPRONUNCIATIONUnit 7: Short and long vowel sounds /ɒ/ as in not and/əʊ/ noWords ending in /θ/ -thUnit 8: The vowel sounds /ɑː/, /ɔː/ and /ɜː/Sentence intonation: question v statementEXAM PRACTICEModule 4 A & BIELTS General Training: Reading Section 1 (Matching headings)TOEIC: Speaking: Expressing an opinionTOEFL: Speaking: Integrated TaskPreliminary (PET): Writing Part 1Preliminary (PET): Writing Part 3EXTRA PRACTICEThe same Cyber Homework exercises for private studentstudy (please see under ‘Cyber Homework’ for detailedcontent)Unit 7Lesson 1:Grammar – will be able to, will future, future continuous,hopeVocabulary – InventionsVocabulary – Optimism (adverbs of degree)Lesson 2:Grammar – Future plans and predictions (1)Grammar – Future plans and predictions (2)Reading – Cars of the future (1)Reading – Cars of the future (2)Listening – Smiles for the blind (1)Listening – Smiles for the blind (2)Lesson 3: Vocabulary Plus / Everyday EnglishGrammar – Time adverbialsVocabulary – On the road, Cars, Pedestrians (1)Vocabulary – On the road, Cars, Pedestrians (2)Vocabulary – CollocationsDialogue – Asking for and giving directions (1)Dialogue – Asking for and giving directions (2)Unit 8Lesson1:Grammar – Reporting orders and requestsVocabulary – Compound nouns connected with filmsVocabulary – Jobs in filmsVocabulary – Adjectives to describe characterLesson 2:Grammar – would and used toVocabulary – StatisticsReading – Advice for success (1)Reading – Advice for success (2)Listening – My favourite scene (1)Listening – My favourite scene (2)Lesson 3:Grammar – Reporting what people sayGrammar – Reporting what people saidVocabulary – Jobs and actionsVocabulary – At the moviesVocabulary – CollocationsVocabulary – WordbuilderVocabulary – WeddingsDialogue – Giving good and bad news (1)Dialogue – Giving good and bad news (2)CYBER HOMEWORKCLIL PROJECTDesign & Technology: Living on MarsJETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence19

Teacher MaterialONLINE DOWNLOADS TEACHER’S GUIDE WORKBOOK KEY CLASS AUDIO MP3Unit Test 7 Grammar: The future and time adverbials; hope; Future plansand predictions; Future continuous. Vocab: On the road: British and AmericanEnglish; Technological inventions; Collocations with future; Optimism (adverbs ofdegree). Functions: Asking for and giving directions. Skills: Reading: ThomasFrey’s predictions. Listening: Online surveillance. Writing: Technology in my life.Speaking: Technological developments in the future.TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIOUnit Test 8 Grammar: Orders and requests; Reporting orders and requests;Reporting what people say; Reporting what people said; Reporting questions;would and used to. Vocab: Jobs; Statistics; Adjectives to describe character.Functions: Giving good and bad news. Skills: Reading: Today’s stars.Listening: What’s their job? Writing: A day in the life of a . Speaking: Afilm I’ve seen.Progress Test 4: Reading: Movie Magic: Is the Magic Going? (1) IELTS Readingpractice: Movie Magic: Is the Magic Going? (2)Jetstream Intermediate Testbuilder Track 07 – 08INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR WHITEBOARD OFFLINE STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOKVIDEOS SCOPE & SEQUENCE TESTBUILDER TEST AUDIO FOR UNITS 7 & 820JETSTREAM Intermediate Scope & Sequence

TOPICVOCABULARYGRAMMARFUNCTIONSSKILLSUnit 9 The good, the bad and the uglyCEFR B1INTRODUCTIONBuildings: art gallery, castle,cathedral, cinema, hospital,hotel, library, mosque,opera house, palace, school,skyscraper, stadium, station,tower,Giving a talk about abeautiful building inyour

Reading – The Pros and Cons of Spotify (1) Reading – The Pros and Cons of Spotify (2) Vocabulary – Where to put things Lesson 3 Dialogue – Compliments and responses (1) Dialogue – Compliments and responses (2) Grammar – Past conclusions Listening – Busking in the London underground (