Cambridge Flyers - Course Outline



Vocabulary / Language




When did Bob get up yesterday?

Past Tense

Revision: get, hear, go, is, see, play, study, spend, wake, come, take, sit, ride, arrive, open, shout, catch

Target Structure: What did Bob do yesterday morning?

Bob got up very early.

When did Bill and Fred spend a vacation together?

How did he come here?

Where did you take him?

Vocabulary: local, mountains, later, hide-and-seek, repair, spend, alarm, windowsill, beard, arrive, gun, kill, clerk, follow


- Learn and be able to use simple past tense

- Be able to describe events in a chronological order

- Learn basic concepts and expressions of time

1. What did Bob do yesterday morning, afternoon and evening?

2. Read and talk

3. Fill in the blanks; Listen, mime and talk; Listen and draw the time.

4. Listen, read and retell

5. Fill in the blanks; Listen, match and write.

6. Let’s talk and write.


You look better today!

Adjectives about feelings

Revision: headache, stomachache, cold, said, good, bad, afraid, hot, happy, young, hungry

Target Structure: You look better today.

Don’t work too hard!

You should look after yourself.

Don’t worry!

I have a headache and a stomachache.

Vocabulary: horrible, expensive, boring, strange, friendly, cheap, dangerous, beautiful, tired, show, tongue, else

-         Review the use of adjectives

-         Learn the adjectives of feelings

1. Role Play

2. Match the pictures with the sentences

3. Let’s talk about the pictures

4. Fill in the blanks

5. Read and answer the questions, listen and circle the correct words

6. Listen and write the act


We can see with our eyes.

Target Structure: We can see with our eyes.

You can smell with your nose.

Is it spicy?

It’s very tasty.

I don’t like salty food either.

Vocabulary: strawberries, violin, drum, bell, perfume, taste, smell, touch, hear, soft, crisp, juice, salty, delicious, hard

-         Learn the verb of senses

-         Learn some basic expressions through activities

1. Match the picture with the correct vocabulary

2. Complete the sentences

3. Role play.

4. Read and answer the following questions

5. Number the picture and tell the story

6. Look carefully and answer the questions

7. Unscramble the following sentences


A short play

More adjectives

Target Structure: There’s a wolf after my sleep!

I can’t hear anything.

Let’s go quickly and help the boy.

You are telling lies.

If you do, nobody will believe you in the future.

Vocabulary: grass, busy, trick, wolf, joke, lie, stone, future, cheat, danger, goodness, bed

-         Increase students’ interests in Englisih through a short play

-         Allow students to have a better understanding of conversational English

-         Learn the usage of question tags

1. Answer the following questions

2. Describe the pictures with the following adjectives.

3. Tick and Cross.

4. Ask questions that fit the responses below

5. Listen and choose the right answer.


How far is it?

Answering various question types

Revision: bank, park, office, train station, zoo, airport

Target Structure: How far is it?

How far is it from your home to our school?

Where do you get off?

How does Betty go to school?

Vocabulary: km, noisy, quiet, careful, careless, peaceful, worried, crowded, break down, enough

-         Learn to describe distance

-         Learn the way to ask questions about distance

1. Pair work. Ask and answer questions with your partner

2. Answer the following questions

3. Look and compare

4. Read the paragraph and answer the questions

5. Listen and fill in the blanks

6. Ask and answer

7. Listen and answer the questions

8. Read and answer the questons

9. Read and answer the question

10.    Fill in the blanks; Do you know?



What were you doing at 7 yesterday evening?

Past Continuous Tense

Target Structure: What were you doing at & yesterday evening?

What was your brother doing?

How about the rest of the family?

Vocabulary: drama, comedy, cartoons, commercials, news, opera, appear, thief, fight, bone, lock, brave

-         Introduction to past continuous tense

-         Learn vocabularies of TV programmes

1. Look below to see what the rest of the family like

2. Test your problem-solving activities

3. Pair work

4. Fill in the blanks

5. Fill in the blanks with the given words

6. Which vehicle can we find in this situation?

7. Read the story and answer the questions


Where have you been?

Past Perfect Tense

Target Structure: Have you ever been to the circus?

Yes, I have.

Has she written the diary?

No, she hasn’t.

Vocabulary: go/gone, see/seen, write/written, take/taken, eat/eaten, catch/caught, read/read

- To be familiar witih present perfect tense

1. Role play

2. Tell a story with the given words

3. Listen and tick the box

4. Match lines to make sentences

5. Listen and fill in the form

6. Answer the questions

7. Fill in the blanks

8. Cloze


Let’s play and act!

too… to…

Present Perfect Tense

Target Structure: Have they finished writing?

No, they haven’t finished writing.

What’s the matter with Michael?

Michael is too sleepy to get up.

Vocabulary: sleepy, noisy, weak, tired, stay in the library, move the furniture, paint the wall, cook the meal, get up, reach the apple

-Learn the expression “too…to…”

1. Fill in the blanks with the adjectives

2. Draw lines to form phrases

3. Give replies to the questions

4. Whose footprints are these?

5. Point out the differences between two pictures

6. Read the letter and fill in the missing words

7. Read the paragraph and answer the following questions

8. Read and choose


What’s that made of

Target Structure: What’s that? It’s a clock.

What’s that made of? It’s made of metal.

Vocabulary: glass, gold, metal, paper, plastic, silver, wood, wool, flour, mud, card

-         Learn the names of different materials

-         Learn the Expression “ made of…”

1. Ask and answer

2. Make sentences for each picture

3. Active voice and passive voice

4. Complete the sentences

5. Fill in the blanks

6. Arrange the apples below to make two sentences


Mock Examination

Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing.

Matching, Drawing lines, Colouring, Short answers, Multiple choices

Teacher will conduct the Mock Tests as examiner.

Revise the 2 vocabulary lists* given at the end of the Student’s Book.

Extra copies of Past Exam Papers are provided if there is time to do more.


1. Reading and writing-Find the correct words and write them on the lines

2. Reading and writing- Choose the right words

3. Reading and writing

4. Listening – Draw lines from each name to the right person.

5. Listening – Tick the correct picture

6. Listening – Listen carefully and fill in the blanks.

7. Speaking – Ask your friend the following questions

8. Speaking – Tell the story according to the following pictures.