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ETA’s

English Lesson Guide

Fulbright Thailand


About the book The book aims to provide guidelines for our English Teaching Assistants (ETAs) who teach English conversation in Thai primary and high schools. It was based on the Ministry of Education’s core curriculum and several other sources including teacher’s handbooks and textbooks by authorized publishers.


Disclaimer This book provides only a guidelines of what should be expected from each grade. It must be adjusted to fit with real situation in which student ability and school condition vary from place to place.


Notes • Number of lesson themes for different grade vary. It depends on each ETA to manage their classroom schedule. • In addition to language structure recommended for the theme, we also summarized essential grammar for each grade so that ETA can mix and match their lesson within guided framework. • We strongly recommend that ETA review lessons from the previous theme/grade before moving on to ensure students are on track.


Prathom 1 – 3 (G 1 – 3) English around Me


Prathom 1 Theme Myself Focus on vocabularies and simple selfintroduction

Vocabulary Greetings: good morning/ afternoon/ evening Name/nick name Age, gender Body parts [basic]

My Family Family members Telling who’s who in the Adjectives telling people’s family appearance and personality

Structure A-Z (upper & lower case) Yes/ No Is, am, are

Who is… (higher leveled: Who’s) He, She, Me, My Review I am___/ ____is

My House Focus on vocabularies

Things in the house

My Pets Focus on vocabularies and simple sentences about pets

Names of domestic animals A, E, I , O, U Relevant verb e.g. play, feed, clean What is it? It is a … up Is..isn’t “Have” question Do, Does, Don’t, Doesn’t

What is…? It is…? Where is…? Preposition of place: in, on, under


Prathom 1 cont. Theme

Vocabulary

Structure

My School Focus on vocabularies

Classroom objects Clothes and accessories People’s appearance and personality Numbers Days of the week, Months Colors/ shapes

Is, am, are This/ That is… Is this/that…? He/She How many are there?

My Playtime Focus on vocabularies

Toys/Games/sports Body movement Relevant verbs: run, skip

What is this? Is it a…? yes.../no... Want, like, can Higher leveled: do

My Food Focus on vocabularies

Fruits, drinks, sweets, common dishes Verbs relevant to food and drinks

A, An How many..? Present continuous e.g. What are you eating?

My Birthday Review of G.1 lessons

Vocabularies related to birthday party

Review of the whole G.1 grammar


Prathom 1: Essential Grammar ● Capital letters and full stops ● Yes/No questions ● “What”, “Who” questions and question mark ● Article a/an ● Adjectives of appearance and personality ● Verb to be (is, am, are) ● Pronoun (I, you, he, she) ● Numbers (1-10) ● Countable/uncountable noun ● Preposition of place (in, on, under) ● Conjunction “and” ● Verb want, do, like, can, have and their negative forms ● Present simple ● Higher leveled: present continuous tenses


Prathom 2 Theme You and Me Describing oneself and others

Vocabulary Review vocabularies from G.1 Name/ Nickname Body add: elbow/ fingers/ toes/ hip/ waist/ ankle

My Family More adjectives telling people’s Describing family members and appearance and personality Common occupations their professionals

Structure Asking/telling name(s) Have, has How/ What Review: is/ am are She/He is a… and negative sentences Possessive adjectives Asking what people do (occupations) Interrogative sentences

My House Describing one’s own house

More things in the house

Animals Telling about most common animals

Names of most common animals This, that + noun (domestic & wild) What is this/that? How many body parts This/Thai is not/ isn’t

My, Your, and ‘s (possessive form) This, that, these, those Is there/Are there


Prathom 2 Theme

cont. Vocabulary

Structure

My School Describing things and people in school

Review vocabularies from G. 1 Daily activities before going to school and at school

There is, there are‌ Is there, are there‌ Those/ These/ This How many ___ are there

My Food Telling about meals and mealtime

More vocabularies on food and drink Meals of the day drink/ drinks eat/eats

Singular/plural nouns Have, has a/ an What is This is

Outdoor Fun Telling about outdoor activities

Review vocabularies from G.2 Outdoor sports Things in the park

Above, behind, next to, and other prepositions of place Present continuous tense Adverbs of frequencies e.g. always, sometimes Present tense Possessive pronoun


Prathom 2: Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ●

Singular/Plural nouns Verb to be/verb to have Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her, its Can, can’t, and “can” question Preposition of place: near, above, behind, etc. Questions - What time is it? What time do you…? - What is he/she? What are you/they? - Are you/they…? Is it…? - Do you like…? - Yes/No questions ● Have, has, haven’t, hasn’t ● Like, don’t like ● Higher leveled, introduce: root/ root-es/ root-ing


Prathom 3 Theme

Vocabulary

Structure

You and Me Review vocabularies from G.1 and Review content from G. 1 and G 2 G.2 ● Greetings ● Name/nickname ● Age, genders ● Body parts ● How are you?

Is, am, are Asking/telling name(s) Q&A: What is this? Have, has Provide list other than “I’m Fine”

My Family Making short stories about family members

Review vocabularies from G.1 and G2 ● Family members, people’s personality and occupations ● Linking family ties

Like, likes Possessive adjective Who is + noun/pronoun/adjective?

Animals Telling stories about animal around us

Review vocabularies from G.1 and G2 Basic colors Verbs relevant e.g. live, swim, fly

Plurals How many… Cardinal and ordinal number What color is…?


Prathom 3 Theme

cont. Vocabulary

Structure

My Daily Life Telling stories about daily activities

Review vocabularies from G.1 and G 2 Time (schedule of activities)

This, That, These, Those Countable/uncountable nouns What time is it? When…? Where is it? What are you/he/she/they doing? Let’s… present simple /present continuous tense

Food Simple expression about food

Quantity of food e.g. a box of …, a dish of …, cup of ... Relevant adjective Hungry, full

Eat (s), drink (s) Like, do/does not like Present continuous tense

My Town Telling about one’s own community and people

Places Adjectives about places Common occupations Vehicles and relevant adjective e.g. fast, slow

On, between, next to Where is/are…? Directions What is he/she? What are you/they?


Prathom 3 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Pronoun( I, you, we, they, he, she, it) Possessive adjective (my, you, his, her, its, our, their) Singular/plural nouns Like, likes, don’t/doesn’t like Want, wants, don’t/doesn’t want Can/can’t Answer to the questions “Who/What/What time/How many…?” “Where is/are…? Yes/No questions Is/Are…? Do/Does…? Present continuous tense Review a/an


Prathom 4 – 6 (Grade 4 – 6) Me and My Community


Prathom 4 Theme

Vocabulary

Me and Others

Review of body parts, daily activities, numbers, shapes, colors Classroom activities and objects with adjectives Time, schedule Feelings

My Family and My House

Occupations and workplaces Animals (domestic and wild animals)

Food

What is in each meal Taste e.g. salty, sweet Food at the market Snacks, common Thai and international dishes

Weather and Travel

Activities in different seasons Weather descriptions Directions and places/buildings Attractions Transportation


Prathom 4 cont. Vocabulary

Theme Leisure and Free Time

Hobbies and relevant verbs Sports and Sports day

Shopping

Clothes Toys Fruits

People and Culture

Thai and international celebrations and activities


Prathom 4 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ●

Articles (a, an, the) Changing singular to plural nouns plus exceptional V. to be (is, am, are) V. to have (have, has) Main verbs and Auxiliary verbs Questions starting with - Auxiliary verbs - Main verbs ● Negative Sentence - Auxiliary verbs - Main verbs ● Pronouns - Possessive - Objective


Prathom 4 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

This, that, these, those There is, there are Can V. to be + v. ing Adjectives + noun Preposition – order in a sentence Much, many, some, any Making request Comparison Tenses - Present Simple Tense - Present Continuous Tense - Future Simple Tense - Past Simple Tense


Prathom 5 Theme

Vocabulary

Structure

Me and Others in School

Daily Activities: make lunch/ brush teeth Plural nouns: candy -> candies Study subjects e.g. English, Science Math

Q&A about Time “What time is it?” am/pm Present Simple Tense ● Negative form ● Question form Like/dislike Does he?/ Do they?

My Family and My House

Relatives Occupations and related verbs, nouns Animals Adjectives and their opposites ● Appearance ● Habit ● Quality

“What does he/she do?” Asking occupation Adjectives in correct order

Food

Food categories, healthy food Cooking methods Party food

Questions starting with v. to have, do What do/does…have? May I…? Quantifying nouns


Prathom 5 cont. Theme Weather and Travel

Vocabulary Countries and nationalities Weather, seasons, temperature and relevant vocabularies Directions e.g. North, South, West, East Vehicles

Leisure and Free Time Hobbies Sports TV programs

Structure Where do/does … come from? Where do/does….live? Prepositions : in, on, at, under, by, of And, but Questions about travel e.g. How, Where, When Telling time ‘W” questions Pronouns in the sentences Present Continuous Tense ● Use of verb to be Past Simple Tense ● Use of verb ● Negative form ● Question form


Prathom 5 cont. Theme

Vocabulary

Structure

Shopping

Daily objects/ products sold in the shop/supermarket Common places

Future Simple Tense How much is/are‌?

Health

Illness and relevant vocabularies Accidents

Consequences Adverb of frequency

Festivals

Names of major Thai and international festivals

Order of adjectives in a sentence


Prathom 5 : Essential Grammar ● Numbers

● ● ● ● ● ●

Days, Months Singular, plural words Adverb clause: because A few, a little, a lot of Question words Pronouns (subject, object, possessive adjectives, possessive pronoun) ● Order of adjectives in a sentence


Prathom 5 : Essential Grammar ● Tense - Present Simple Tense - Present Continuous Tense - Past Simple Tense - Future Simple Tense ● Verb - “s” and “es” after verb - “ing” after verb - “ed” after verb - Irregular verb ● Prepositions: in, on, at, under, by, near, or ● Adverb of frequency


Prathom 6 Theme

Vocabulary

Structure

Me and Others

Vocabularies for self-introduction Time and counting time (half past, quarter) Schedule and daily activities

“W” questions What time is it? How do/does..? Short negative yes/no replies Prepositions of time Making instruction

My Family and My House

Number, occupations Adjectives for appearance and personality Furniture

Present Continuous Tense Past Simple Tense V.1 to V.2 plus irregular verbs

Food

Categories of meat, fruit, and vegetable Quality of food e.g. fresh, cold, heavy Vocabularies about weight and measure Related verbs

Singular and plural nouns “W” questions Instructions: 1st, 2nd, 3rd


Prathom 6 cont. Theme Weather and Travel

Vocabulary Weather, nature and relevant vocabularies Time and activity Holidays and travel plan Thai and International Tourist attractions

Leisure and Free Time Positive and negative adjectives about leisure activities e.g. interesting, funny Sports Travel attractions Dances, music, musical instruments, movies, books

Structure “W” questions e.g. What’s the weather like? Comparative, superlative adjectives Future Simple Tense

Giving directions Future Simple Tense Past Simple Tense Present Continuous Tense


Prathom 6 cont. Theme

Vocabulary

Structure

Shopping

Comparative, superlative adjectives Much, many, some, any – and Household objects questions Comparison Services Shops in stores Currency

Important Dates and People

Months and Dates of Inter/National Holidays Introduce a partner


Prathom 6 : Essential Grammar ● Number - Cardinal numbers - Ordinal numbers (and how to read the date) ● Nouns - Singular noun - Plural noun (how to change singular to plural noun) - Possessive forms of noun (..’s) - Reflexive pronouns (…self) ● Tense (plus negative and question forms) - Present Simple Tense - Present Continuous Tense (and exceptional verbs for this tense) - Past Simple Tense (and V2) - Future Simple Tense - Present Perfect Tense (and V3)


Prathom 6 : Essential Grammar ● Adjectives - Order in a sentence - Comparative, superlative ● Adverbs and their order in a sentence - Manner (..ly) - Frequency (often, always, usually, sometimes, never, rarely) - Time (today, late, soon, early..) - Place (here, there, everywhere,..) ● Connectives - And, but, or, because, so


Prathom 6 : Essential Grammar ● Prepositions - In, on, at, to, from..to, into, out..of, for, with, by, of, over, under, near, in front of, behind ● “W” questions - Who, what, which, whose, where, when, why, how

*Remember to review from the previous grade to ensure students are on track


Mathayom 1 – 3 (Grade 7 – 9) Open Up


Mathayom 1 Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Greeting Greeting and introducing oneself Asking for and giving personal information Talking about the family

Greetings, family members, numbers 1100, physical appearance, parts of the body, personal objects, nationalities, and jobs

● subject pronouns. ● be – present simple (affirmative form) I play football. You play football. ● possessive adjectives ● Whquestions: How…?, How old…?, What…?, Where…? ● have got ● Present simple (affirmative, negative, interrogative and short answer) ● position of adjectives (word order)

Be My Guest Offering food Accepting/refusing the offer Expressing feelings

Feelings, the family, food and nutrition

● be – Present simple (negative form, questions and short answers) ● demonstratives: this / that, these / those ● plural nouns


Mathayom 1 cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Where Is It? Describing a place/ a room in the house Giving directions

rooms and furniture ‘home’ vs ‘house’

● ● ● ●

Housework Describing routines and action in progress

daily housework/activities at home kitchen objects recycling, packaging, container

● countable and uncountable nouns: coffee vs. glasses ● some, any, a lot of, a little, a few ● how much…? / How many…? ● present simple tense vs present continuous tense: I learn English at school vs. I am learning English now

articles: a – an – the regular and irregular plurals there is / there are (all forms) prepositions of place: on, in, under, above

● how often…? expression of frequency, frequency adverb


Mathayom 1 cont. Theme and Functions Rules Giving information about rules and prohibitions Talking about possessions Asking for and telling the time

Vocabulary Guide school and personal objects rules, signs the time

Structure ● the possessive ’s, Whose…? ● imperative, let’s ● present simple (affirmative form and spelling variations) ● prepositions of time: in, on, at

Leisure Time Talking about free time Expressing wish, hope, preference (like, dislike) Explaining how to travel from one place to the other

freetime activities travel and transportation road signs weather opposite words

● present simple (negative form, questions and short answer) ● wh questions


Mathayom 1 cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

What Can You Do? What can / can’t you do? Organizing a party Talking about people’s abilities

abilities party musical instruments

● can (affirmative and negative forms) with questions and short answers) ● yes-no questions ● very well / quite well / at all

People in Action Describing what’s happening

activities clothes

● present continuous (all form) ● wh questions

Special Occasion Telling about occasion and celebration Talking about shopping Asking about prices

special occasions and gifts money and currencies prices and bargaining

● ● ● ●

let, let’s this/that/these/those how much, how many like, do not like


Mathayom 1: Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Questions and answer with is/am/are This/that/these/those Questions and answer with do/does Is/are, do/does Would and May How much and How many On/next/between Sequencing words e.g. First, Then, Lastly Question with what + do Would like and Will have I’m… ing e.g. I’m thinking of I have to Let and Let’s


Mathayom 1: Essential Grammar ● Going to (future continuous tense) ● ● ● ● ●

How about, What about Like, Do not like Can and Should Adverb of degree + adjective e.g. very, too, much, just Simple past tense


Mathayom 2 Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure ● ● ● ● ● ●

What I Like Telling what one likes and doesn’t like Making suggestions Accepting and refusing offers Ordering food

sports (verbs, nouns, adjectives) different types of events/parties expressions with ‘get’

object pronouns love/like/hate + ing verb + ing get why don’t we…?, Let’s…, what about…?, How about…? ● linkers (and, but, or, because) ● Compound indefinite pronouns

Weather Describing actions in progress Talking about the weather Making suggestions Creating expectations

actions weather and seasons

● present continuous (It is raining) ● adverbs of manner ● why don’t we…..? Let’s… (review)


Mathayom 2 cont. Theme and Functions What happened Discussing past events, activities, actions

Let’s Go Asking for and giving directions Giving advice Showing agreement/disagreement Expressing emotions Compare and Contrast Making comparisons between two people or things

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

activities, actions ● past simple (affirmative, jobs negative, interrogative body parts, injuries and illnesses forms and short answers) (symptoms) Tourism means of transport ● questions with How + adjective to describe size adjective (It is really far. and distance How far?) public places and services in a ● prepositions of movement city directions accident personality and appearance adjectives of comparison personal objects opposite nouns, verbs, adjectives

● comparatives ● Superlatives (larger, faster, stronger) ● possessive pronouns


Mathayom 2 cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

In the Store Asking and telling direction (position) Describing actions in progress in the past

prepositions of place supermarket shelf and display shopping

● Past continuous (affirmative, negative, interrogative forms and short answers) ● past simple vs Past continuous ● linkers to connect actions or events in succession

Making a Favor Asking permission/help Making requests/offers Accepting/refusing requests

action verbs

● can / could for permission and request ● can to talk about ability


Mathayom 2 cont. Theme and Functions Making Plan Expressing wish/determination

Vocabulary Guide action verbs weekend activities touristic places adjectives of emotions

Have You Ever? action verbs outdoor Telling about one’s experience activities (vocabularies reviewed) What Happened? Talking about people and events in the past.

Adjectives Activities Places Incidents

Structure ● future with going to (affirmative, negative, interrogative forms and short answers) ● present continuous for the future ● going to vs present continuous for the future ● present perfect ● have you ever…

● Be Past Simple ● Past time expressions ● There was/ there were


Mathayom 2 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Polite request using ‘Can’ Questions with ‘How many’ Present continuous tense Past simple – questions and sentence Quantifiers e.g. some/any, a few/few, plenty of /several Like +…ing Get + someone + to + v1 ‘Need’ and ‘Need to’ ‘Have to’ and ‘Should’ Prepositions of location e.g. in, on, at How much/How many/How often and Too/Enough Get+ participle Get + noun phrase


Mathayom 2 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ●

Much/many/a lot of ‘More/most’ and ‘Better/best’ Have been ‘Why’ and ‘Because’ ‘Was able to’ and ‘Had to’


Mathayom 3 Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Food and Healthy Living food and drink Making conversation about food food in different cultures Asking for and giving advice restaurants, food stalls flavors, taste, and relevant adjectives/verbs nutrition and physical wellbeing cooking

● future simple (affirmative and negative form) ● infinitive of purpose ● linkers ● should (all forms) ● second conditional ● compound indefinites - someone/ anything / everywhere

Habits and Routine Talking about free time

● future simple (all forms), will vs be going to, can / could ● how often…

free time activities, hobbies, lifestyle different kinds of shops


Mathayom 3 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Nature and Travel Talking about an ecotourism Talking about obligations and prohibitions

animals and natural environments ecotourism camping equipment

● have to (all forms) ● must (all forms) mustn’t vs don’t have to ● quantifiers: a lot of, some, a few, any

Films and Entertainment Expressing agreement and disagreement Talking about events in the recent past Talking about interesting films

film genres, music, music instruments and musicians books, novel, arts, hobbies

● present perfect simple (negative form, questions and short answers) ● just / already / yet / ever / never ● so / neither…I


Mathayom 3 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Personal Experiences action verbs, adjective Talking about one’s own describing abilities past experiences countries and places Talking about one’s own abilities

Structure ● present perfect – How long…? for / since ● adjectives + preposition ● present perfect vs Past simple ● have you ever been….

Relationships Describing a person’s character Talking about events/actions in the past

● used to all forms sources of energy adjectives to describe character ● relative pronouns ● past continuous vs past emergency situations different simple (review) kind of peoples ● question tag

Green Living Discussing about environmental problem and problem solving methods

ecology and waste recycling geography and environment green house effects global warming

● ● ● ●

present simple passive past simple passive wh-questions how + adjective


Mathayom 3 : Essential Grammar ● Must be/ Can’t be/ Sounds like

● For/Since ● Nonprogressive Verbs - Feel, see, sound, hear, smell, taste - Believe, know, recognize, think, doubt, mean, remember, understand, forget, realize, suppose - Belong, own, have, possess - Adore, fear, love, prefer, astonish, hate, mind, surprise, enjoy, like, please, wish, envy - Contain, equal, weight, cost, measure - Be, own, seem, exist, require


Mathayom 3 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Word of order of adjectives Comparative with a little/ a lot Question tags I’m afraid/ I’m sorry Past Continuous and Past Simple for interrupted plan - While/as If/Will Be sure/ Know how to + verb Ask/want/tell ‘Will’ for prediction/indecision Indirect speech Have been/ Has been Relative clause


Mathayom 4 – 6 (Grade 10 – 12) My World


Mathayom 4 Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Multinational Family Describing persons and characters

character and appearance personal preferences nationalities, countries

● present simple & present continuous ● adverbs of frequency ● question words ● phrasal verbs with get ● articles ● adjectives of comparison

Interviews Telling one’s preference and ability

jobs, job application, job interview skills and abilities

● comparatives and superlatives ● can ● infinitive and gerund ● sentence transformations

Environment Discussing about environmental conservation

wild animals environment, and environmental preservation

● present perfect ● present perfect continuous ● yet/already – for/since, never/ever ● clauses of purpose ● sentence transformations


Mathayom 4 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Travel and Tourism Telling about travel experience Expressing agreement and disagreement Making complaints and apologies

types of holidays, travel plans, activities climate/weather, means of transportation feelings and emotions

● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Offer and Negotiation Making negotiations in the market Making polite requests

shops and products sold clothes, accessories, fashion, materials

● modal verbs & past modal verbs (necessity/permission /obligation/prohibition) ● too/enough ● making assumptions ● order of adjectives ● linkers ● phrasal verb – look ● can/could – for a request

past simple & past continuous linkers definite/indefinite article used to/would prepositions phrasal verb – come adverb of frequency


Mathayom 4 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Celebrations Making invitation Accepting/refusing invitation Expressing feelings on different occasions

customs, different kinds of celebrations/social occasions greeting cards

● future forms (will, be going to, simple present, present continuous, future continuous) ● rephrase and reformulate information (sentence transformations) ● phrasal verbs with ‘break’

Grocery Shopping Making conversation at a supermarket Talking about food recipe and cooking technique

supermarket and grocery shopping cooking and cooking method tastes kitchen utensils quantities of food

● countable and uncountable nouns ● quantifiers ● past perfect simple, past perfect continuous ● sentence transformation ● phrasal verbs with ‘give’ ● there is/there are/how many/some/any


Mathayom 4 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Sports and Health Giving information and recommendation

wellknown sports accidents and injuries health and health problem

● ● ● ● ● ●

Lifestyles Telling about activities during weekends

weekend activities films, movies, entertainment TV programs types of reading texts clothes

● Conditionals: type 2&3 (if clauses) ● Wishes ● relative clauses ● phrasal verbs – turn ● recommendation

the passive conditionals Type 0 and 1 if/unless conjunctions verb play, do , go phrasal verbs with ‘bring’


Mathayom 4 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

People and Technology Talking about technology and appropriate use of it

means of communication computer and gadgets electronic appliances used in education

● clauses of concession ● reported speech (reported statements/orders/questions) ● indirect questions ● causative form ● phrasal verbs with ‘take’

Health and Medication Describing how common illnesses can be cured Talking about conditions and consequences Describing physical appearance

disease and illnesses names of common medicines adjectives and expressions to describe physical appearance and symptoms

● zero and first conditional ● word order question


Mathayom 4 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ●

● ● ● ● ● ●

Present simple and present continuous Adverbs of frequency V+ s/es Non action verb e.g. stay, become, go, get, turn, sense, seem, smell, taste, sound, want, wish, desire, belong, possess believe, consider Preposition and object of preposition (gerunds) e.g. for, of, on, after, before, with, without, by, from, about, at Subject verb agreement Adjective Noun as adjective Personal pronoun Possessive pronoun


Mathayom 4 : Essential Grammar ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Possessive adjective Other, others, another, the other, the others Past Simple tense Past Simple tense regular verb Past Simple and Past Continuous Used to Yes/No questions Where, why, when, what time, who, who(m), What How, how often, how far How about/ what about Tag question


Mathayom 5 Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Neighborhood Giving personal backgrounds Describing people Describing different types of buildings

appearance, personality and behaviors everyday activities social expressions buildings and local landmarks e.g. shops, drug stores

● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Wildlife Making suggestions and agreement Discussing about endangered animals

animals and habitats reasons animals are endangered phrases associated with the environment

● modal verbs (must, have to, should/ought to, mustn’t) ● the future ● direct/indirect questions ● forming nouns from verbs ● phrasal verbs with ‘out’

Present simple Present continuous Present perfect Present perfect continuous stative verbs phrasal verb with ‘after’ forming adjectives from verbs and nouns


Mathayom 5 Cont. Theme and Functions Time Off Asking for details Investigating problems Offering help and giving advice Discussing lifestyle

Vocabulary Guide extracurricular activities holidays and travel entertainment computer and gadgets feelings and emotions

On Campus manners Describing university and student education, university (idiom) subjects and classroom task life

Structure ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

past tenses used to articles quantifiers adverbs question tags reflexive pronouns adjective of order phrasal verbs with ‘off’ phrasal verbs with ‘in’

● reported statements/questions /commands/requests ● using appropriate reporting verbs ● reporting modal verbs ● linking words ● phrasal verbs with ‘down’


Mathayom 5 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

In the News Reporting events

interviews news report facts and fictions historical events feelings

● ● ● ● ● ●

My Dream Job Discussing about one’s ambition in life Expressing wish and regret

jobs and requirements agreement and disagreement

● phrasal verbs with through ● forming adjectives from verbs ● reviewing the use of conditional tenses after if (Type 0, 1, 2, 3 conditionals) ● using clauses of purpose

tense (review) if/when degree of possibility relative pronouns imperative defining and nondefining relative clauses ● comparatives and superlatives ● phrasal verbs with ‘over’ ● adjective ending with –ful/less


Mathayom 5 Cont. Theme and Functions Living Safely Warning Giving suggestions Calming people down

Vocabulary Guide self protection safety living crime, accident, injuries hospital first aid and medical treatment

Structure ● ● ● ● ●

reviewing the passive reviewing the causative form clauses of result each/every/either/neither phrasal verbs with ‘away’

Weather Change weather and weather Express probability/possibility forecast seasons and certainty animal, insects/ stings & bites Making deductions/assumptions

● modal verb e.g. can, could, may, might, will, would ● phrasal verbs with ‘up’

Festivals Discussing about different festivals

● infinitive / ing forms ● verbs which take infinitive / ing with change of meaning ● phrasal verbs with ‘on’ ● compound nouns

different festivals and celebrations cooking, food, and sports


Mathayom 5: Essential Grammar ●

Modal auxiliaries Can, could, may, might, should, ought to, had better, have to, must Imperative sentences Let’s and why don’t Prefer, like…better, would rather Conjunction And, but, or, so And + too, so, either, neither Because Even though, although Future Be going to, will Time clause and if clause Use of present continuous to tell the future Use of Present Simple to tell the future


Mathayom 5: Essential Grammar ● ● ●

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Countable and uncountable noun - Several, a lot of, many/ much , a few/a little Adjective clause - Who, whom, that, which Gerund and infinitive - Go + ing, - Verb + infinitive - In order to , for - Infinitive + too/enough Active and passive sentences Transitive and intransitive verb - Passive forms of present/past progressive - Be used/accustomed to - Get used/accustomed to - Be supposed to


Mathayom 6 Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Inspiration Introducing (inspiring) people

jobs and professionals parttime jobs advertisement feelings people and characters collocation

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Being Abroad Telling about travels, weather forecast, festivals, travel plan and arrangement

weather holidays and holiday troubles traveler’s tips festivals

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past tenses used to/would prepositions phrasal verbs (carry, come) present perfect (just, already, yet, still, have, has) ● past simple present perfect (since, for) present perfect vs past simple future tenses type 0 and 1 conditionals the definite article prepositions indirect questions phrasal verbs (cut, do)


Mathayom 6 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Environment Making suggestions

earth environmental problems environmental preservation natural disasters wild animals

● comparisons, comparative adjectives ● too/enough ● ing form/infinitive, will + infinitive ● prepositions ● phrasal verbs (fall, get)

Accident and Robbery Discussing about predictable and unpredictable accounts Suggesting precaution measures

accidents, robbery feelings incident report, police station, hospital precaution measures obligation, prohibition, suggestion, necessity, permission, request, ability, possibility,

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reported speech past and perfect modals question tags prepositions phrasal verbs (give, go) order of adjectives passive voice defining/nondefining relative clauses phrasal verbs (hold, keep) causative form


Mathayom 6 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Dinning Discussing about food and dining, cooking methods, food review

food, kitchenware, recipe, dinning place, idiom about food

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Hobbies Giving advice Making agreement/disagreement

sports, places for sports, sport equipment freetime activities, hobbies

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quantifiers countable/uncountable nouns containers and contents reported speech (special introductory verbs) ● prepositions ● conjunctions (disagreement) ● phrasal verbs (make, put) type 2 and 3 conditionals wishes, would rather preposition phrasal verbs (run, see, set) compound noun and adjective


Mathayom 6 Cont. Theme and Functions

Vocabulary Guide

Structure

Modern media Making comments Discussing about TV programs and other media Giving reasons

news, disasters, newspaper, TV programs, movies/films, must-known abbreviations advertisement

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Generation gap Discussing the differences among generations Showing sympathy

generations interests cultures

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future perfect simple future perfect continuous active and passive sentences linkers quantifiers (either/neither, although, both, all, none) ● prepositions ● indirect questions ● phrasal verbs (take, turn, stand) comparison linkers present tenses stative verbs adverbs of frequency compound noun/adjective type 1 and 2 conditionals


Mathayom 6: Essential Grammar ●

Present Perfect and Past Tense Past participle Simple Past and Present Perfect Since, for Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect Already, yet, still, anymore Past Perfect Noun Clause Those begin with question word Those begin with if/whether Those begin with who, what, whose + be Replacing “so” with “That-clause”


Mathayom 6: Essential Grammar ● ● ● ●

Phrasal Verb Preposition Combination Conditional Sentences and wish Comparison As…as Comparative and superlative Less than, not as…as More + noun The same, similar, different, like, alike


Be Inspired! Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.”

Rita Mae Brown

“Language is the blood of the soul into which thoughts run and out of which they grow.” Oliver Wendell Holmes

“Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

https://voxy.com/blog/index.php/2011/04/inspirational-quotes-for-language-learners/

Eta's english lesson guide  

A guidelines for lesson plan designed for Fulbright Thailand's ETAs teaching in Thai schools.

Eta's english lesson guide  

A guidelines for lesson plan designed for Fulbright Thailand's ETAs teaching in Thai schools.

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