10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları Ve Müfredatı MEB (2021-2022)

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2021 ve 2022 10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı MEB. Lise 10. Sınıf İngilizce konuları ve Müfredatı nelerdir? 10. Sınıf İngilizce Müfredatı 2021-2022. Lise 10. Sınıf İngilizce ders içerikleri ve detayları yazımızda.

10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları

2021 ve 2022 Eğitim Öğretim Yılı MEB 10. Sınıf İngilizce konuları ve müfredatı belli oldu!. Lise 10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı OKUL HAYATI, GEZİ, YEİECEKLER, FESTİVALLER gibi konulardan oluşmaktadır. 10. Sınıf İngilizce dersinde işlenecek konular iki dönem halinde aşağıda paylaşıldı. 2021 ve 2022 10.Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı şu şekildedir;

10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları 1.Dönem

  • 10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
  • School Life (Okul hayatı)
  • Plans (Planlar)
  • Legendary Figure (Efsanevi Figürler)
  • Traditions (Gelenekler)
  • Travel (Seyahat)

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10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları 2.Dönem

  • 10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
  • Helpful Tips (Faydalı ipuçları)
  • Food and Festivals (Yiyecek ve festivaller)
  • Digital Era (Dijital çağ)
  • Modern Heroes and Heroines (Modern kahramanlar)
  • Shopping (Alış veriş)

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10. SINIF KONULARI MEB

10. Sınıf İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları

10. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Kazanımları aşağıdadır.

10. SINIF ALT ÖĞRENME ALANI, KONU, KAZANIM VE AÇIKLAMALARI

Meeting new people and introducing oneself and family
members

Talking about possessions

Asking for and giving directions
-Hello/Hey/What’s up?
-Hi, long time no see!
-Great to see you again!
-Hi, how are you? /Hi, how is it going?
-Not bad.
-Goodbye
-Catch you later!

-Who is this in the picture?
-This is my…
-Is it your schedule?
-No, it isn’t. / Yes, it is.
Meet my friend Tom.
You’re……?
-What do you do? / -What do you do for a living?
-I’m a hairdresser.
-Which languages can you speak? / Can you speak any English?

Excuse me! Is there a hospital around here?
-Yes, first of all go straight ahead, take the second left…

How can I get to the library?
E9.1.L1. Students will be able to identify frequently used
vocabulary for greetings and conversations in a simple recorded text.
E9.1.L2. Students will be able to detect specific information about jobs/countries/ nationalities.

E9.1.P1. Students will be able to recognize contracted forms of “am, is, are” and “have/has”.

E9.1.S1. Students will be able to introduce themselves and their family members.
E9.1.S2. Students will be able to ask and answer about their personal belongings.
E9.1.S3. Students will be able to ask for and give simple directions in simple phrases.

E9.1.R1. Students will be able to recognize familiar names, words and very basic phrases in simple texts such as postcards, greeting cards and emails.
E9.1.R2. Students will be able to find specific information in a simple text about jobs/nationalities/countries.

E9.1.W1. Students will be able to write simple sentences and phrases (a postcard, an e-mail or a hotel registration form).

What do you have in your
room/kitchen/classroom/lounge/school?
Is it a large or a small cellar?
There aren’t any sport facilities in our school.
Do you live in a nice community?
This store is cheaper than the previous one.
Is there a nice mall in this neighborhood?
The one in our neighborhood is the biggest in Ankara

E9.2.L1. Students will be able to respond to the questions related to the topic of a recorded text/video.
E9.2.L2. Students will be able to locate the things as they listen to information about the instructions.

E9.2.P1. Students will be able to differentiate /ı/ and /i:/ sounds.
Eg. sit /sıt/ seat /siːt/

E9.2.S1. Students will be able to ask about and describe their neighbourhood.
E9.2.S2. Students will be able to compare people, places and objects around them.
E9.2.S3.Students will be able to ask and answer questions about location of things and places.

E9.2.R1. Students will be able to read a simple text for specific
information about their neighbourhood/city etc.

E9.2.W1. Students will be able to fill in a chart comparing cities in different countries/Turkey.
E9.2.W2. Students will be able to describe different environments in simple sentences and phrases.

Inviting and refusing/accepting an invitation
I like/enjoy watching documentaries.
Detective film is my thing.
I hate watching cookery programs because I think they waste our time.
Romantic movies are not very me.
Marbling is my favorite art.
Let’s see/ How about going to see a movie tonight?
Are you in the mood for a movie/an art exhibition on Saturday?
-Why don’t we have a cup of coffee after school?
-Oh, What a great idea!

-Oh, I think it is a fantastic idea!
-Cool!
-Thanks, that sounds nice!
-Oh, I’d love to do that!
-Well, I’d love to but I have other plans.

I think it was a great movie.
I believe this is …..
I suppose….
I guess the actress won the Oscar last year….
If you ask me….
Personally, I think…
Can you tell me the time? Do you have the time?
I prefer watching documentaries to TV serials
Listening
E9.3.L1. Students will be able to detect familiar words/phrases
about likes/dislikes and hobbies in a recorded text or video.
E9.3.L2.Students will be able to reorder a recorded conversation
about making invitations/ offers.

E9.3.P1. Students will be able to differentiate /t/ sound from / θ / sound.
Eg. ten /ten/ thin / θın/

E9.3.S1. Students will be able to express their opinions about free time activites.
E9.3.S2.Students will be able to ask about and tell the time and the date.
E9.3.S3. Students will be able to talk about their preferences of hobbies and free time activities.
E9.3.S4. Students will be able to act out a dialogue about accepting and refusing an invitation.

E9.3.R1. Students will be able to scan film reviews on blogs to decide which movie to see.
E9.3.R2.Students will be able to find the main idea of a text about movies.

E9.3.W1. Students will be able to write their opinions on a blog.
E9.3.W2. Students will be able to write short text messages to
invite their friends for a movie.

Talking about frequencies of activities
I wake up at seven a.m. every morning when I go camping.
He runs a couple of miles every morning to clear his head.
Mum grows organic vegetables in her garden.
We don’t stay in a tent during our summer holidays. -How often do you go trekking?
-Sometimes.
-Once a week.

Robert can cook delicious meals but I can’t.
How long can you survive without water?
I am not sure but I think one or two days.
What can Sheila do?
What can we do to prevent natural disasters?
My friends help the victims/casualties of natural disaster.
Listening
E9.4.L1. Students will be able to identify the subject of a text
with the help of familiar words.
E9.4.L2. Students will be able to identify time expressions of
daily routines.

E9.4.P1. Students will be able to pronounce /s/ , /z/ and / ız/ sounds.
Eg. runs /rʌns/ brings /brıŋz/ watches /wɒtʃız/

E9.4.S1. Students will be able to talk about their abilities.
E9.4.S2. Students will be able to talk about their daily
activities and the frequencies of those activities.

E9.4.R1. Students will be able to identify specific information
in a simple written material such as short newspaper articles on effects of natural events.
E9.4.R2. Students will be able to scan reading passages about people to find out different/unusual abilities.

E9.4.W1. Students will be able to write about their friend’s daily life and the frequencies of their activities.
E9.4.W2. Students will be able to write a short paragraph about love for nature.

Asking about and describing people’s appearances and characters

Comparing characteristics and appearances

Expressing opinions (Agreeing, disagreeing, etc…)

Talking about current activities
Who inspires you most in Turkish history?
What is s/he like?
What does…look like? How old/tall/long…?
What color……?
She has got blonde/wavy hair / a purple headscarf.
In the picture Claire’s hair is shorter than Hanna’s.
Who is your favorite sportsman/ sportswoman?
S/he is a born singer.

He has got a natural talent for sports.
-I think George is more emotional than Jay.
-I disagree with you, I think vice versa.
In my opinion…
I totally disagree. / I’m afraid, I disagree…
She is getting ready for the shot.
Is the producer working on a new film?
The famous footlball player is visiting charity organizations for the
refugees now.

E9.5.L1. Students will be able to identify the descriptions of
people’s appearances in a recorded text.

E9.5.P1. Students will be able to practice /ŋ / sound.
Eg. Bringing /brıŋıŋ/

E9.5.S1. Students will be able to compare characteristics of different well-known people by expressing their opinions.
E9.5.S2. Students will be able to describe current actions in pictures.

E9.5.R1. Students will be able to scan a text for specific information.
E9.5.R2. Students will be able to guess the meanings of unknown words from the contexts.

E9.5.W1. Students will be able to write a text comparing characteristics of people by giving their opinions.
E9.5.W2. Students will be able to write a text describing their inspirational character.

Ordering food
Turkish people in general are very hospitable to visitors from
other countries.
Indian food is spicy, but it’s not the same in Australia.
What do you think about the social life in the States?
People immigrate to…, because there are many job opportunities.
What is the weather like in…?
It is rainy almost everyday in England.
Do you have any suggestion for me?
I suggest you visit the Berlin Museum when you take a trip to Germany.

I strongly advise you to visit/eat…in …
What is the purpose of your visit?
Please don’t leave any bags unattended.
Flight number TK1987 is now boarding/ has landed.
-When is the next flight to London?
-On Wednesday at 5.30.
-What would you like to have?
-I’d like to have/eat a steak and salad.
-Would you like to drink something?
-Lemonade, please!
-What about you, madam?

E9.6.L1.Students will be able to detect specific information in
public announcements at the airport / train station etc.
E9.6.L2.Students will be able to identify the most frequently
used expressions to order food in a restaurant.

E9.6.P1.Students will be able to differentiate /v/ and /w/sounds.
Eg. Very /verı/ well /wel/

E9.6.S1.Students will be able to take part in a dialogue about ordering food at a restaurant/cafe.
E9.6.S2.Students will be able to take part in conversations that can occur while travelling.
E9.6.S3.Students will be able to use the most frequently used expressions to buy a flight/ bus/train ticket.
E9.6.S4. Students will be able to talk about some basic cultural differences of places they have visited.

E9.6.R1.Students will able to scan short texts describing some famous cities in the world for specific information.
E9.6.R2. Students will be able to get the main points of the informative texts related to intercultural differences.

E9.6.W1. Students will be able to write a short message to leave at the reception desk for their parents.
E9.6.W2. Students will be able to write a series of sentences about the city that they would like to visit by indicating
reasons.

Asking and answering questions in an interview
Why did/was…?
Who did/was…?
What did/were….?
Where did/were…?
Did you…?
Was she…?

Can you tell me what happened?
As far as I can remember, s/he was…
When the Egyptians built the Great Pyramid of Giza…
Before Greeks decided to build…
Firstly, they carried… Secondly, they decided on…

E9.7.L1.Students will be able to organize information on
world heritage in a recorded text/video.
E9.7.L2. Students will be able to respond to simple
questions/ statements in a recorded interview.

E9.7.P1. Students will be able to sound natural producing
“-ed” sounds in regular past verbs and the pronunciation of
/wǝz/ and /wɒz/.

E9.7.S1. Students will be able to ask and answer simple questions in an interview about past times and past events.
E9.7.S2. Students will be able to give a short simple presentation about an ancient civilization they have
searched before.

E9.7.R1.Students will be able to ask and answer the questions about a text related to the world heritage.
E9.7.R2. Students will be able to reorder the events in a short story.

E9.7.W1. Students will be able to write a series of sentences about historical places they visited in the past.

Asking for and giving advice

Giving and understanding simple instructions in case of emergency

Talking about something that has happened recently

Expressing obligations and prohibitions
What should I do?
In the event of an earthquake, you should take shelter under a table.
When you get a cut in your hand, you should put a piece of cloth on it.
What causes the flu?
You’d better take a long rest when you catch the flu.
You should see a doctor when you have a high fever.
If/ when someone faints, first of all check if he/she is still
breathing, secondly alert medical personnel, and then position
the person properly…

-What are your symptoms?
-I’ve got a rash on my hand.
-Have you eaten anything allergic recently?
-Your temperature is normal.
-Open your mouth, please.
I must see a dentist.
You mustn’t smoke in this area.
Workers have to wear their helmets while working in this
workplace.

E9.8.L1. Students will be able to identify the most
frequently used expressions about health problems.

E9.8.P1. Students will be able to notice sentence intonation.
Eg. Where is the nearest hospital? (falling intonation)
Is that the new doctor? (rising intonation)

E9.8.S1. Students will be able to ask for help from the
emergency services in areas of immediate need.
E9.8.S2. Students will be able to ask for and give advice
about health problems.
E9.8.S3. Students will be able to express obligations,
responsibilities and prohibitions in social life.
.

E9.8.R1. Students will be able to find the main idea of a text
about health problems/emergency situations that have
happened recently.

E9.8.W1. Students will be able to prepare
posters/leaflet/brochures about safety and health at work.

Asking for and giving suggestions

Doing shopping

Talking about future plans

Making and answering phone calls
My family is going to throw a birthday party for me tomorrow.
Would you like to join us?
Would you like to join us for iftar this evening?
Are you good at cooking?
Can you help me?
Have you got any…that I could borrow?
Have you got time to prepare some…?
Would you mind making a shopping list for the party?
Do you mind if I use your car?
-Let’s go to the cafe, what do you think?
-Let’s do that/ I like that idea.
-I’d rather not because…
-Let’s keep thinking.

-Hey George, it is Lisa calling.
-Is Jackson in? / Can I talk to Jackson?
-Just a second, I’ll call him.
-Can you speak slowly, please?
-Thanks for calling, bye for now!
Remember/don’t forget to do it.
How much does this cost?
Can I have a kilo of grapes?
-Do you have any …? / I’m looking for a….
-No, we don’t sell them.
-How will you pay?
-I’ll pay in cash/by credit card.

E9.9.L1. Students will be able to fill in the missing parts in a
dialogue about invitations and apologies on a phone call.
E9.9.L2.Students will be able to recognise the most frequently used
expressions related to shopping in a recorded text.

E9.9.P1.Students will be able to practice “yod coalescence”.
(Could you…? Would you …?).

E9.9.S1. Students will be able to make and respond to suggestions/ requests.
E9.9.S2. Students will be able to describe future plans and arrangements.
E9.9.S3.Students will be able to give and receive information about
quantities, numbers, and prices in conversations about shopping.

E9.9.R1. Students will be able to find the supporting ideas in a text.
E9.9.W1. Students will be able to write simple invitation letters.
E9.9.W2.Students will be able to write a short paragraph about their future plans.

Making predictions about the future

Asking for and giving opinion (agreement, disagreement, etc…)

Interrupting someone in a conversation

Gaining time in a conversation

What do you think…?/ What is your idea …?

I think/In my opinion/ To me, we won’t use television in the near
future, because…

I don’t think so./ No chance! / Never in a million years!
That’s for sure! /Absolutely! / I guess so!
I’m not so sure about it.
I couldn’t agree more. / No way!
I’d say exactly the opposite.
No, I’m not so sure about that.
That’s not always the case.

I think there is no point in sharing private photos in social media.
You shouldn’t rely on all the news available on the net.
I prefer watching quiz shows to talent shows.
No doubt about it.
You have a point there.
I was just going to say that.
Do you have anything to say about this?
Can I add something here? / If I might add something
Sorry to interrupt you.
Well/ so/ anyway/ let me think/ let me see/ you know/ like/ umm/ I mean.

E9.10.L1. Students will be able to put the events in a TV broadcast in order.

E9.10.P1. Students will be able to practice /d/ and /ð/ sounds.
E9.10.S1. Students will be able to make predictions about the future.
E9.10.S2. Students will be able to agree or disagree with others by giving their opinions.
E9.10.S3. Students will be able to act out a dialogue using the expressions and phrases to interrupt and gain time in a
conversation.

E9.10.R1. Students will be able to skim short and simple texts to draw a conclusion in terms of social media.

E9.10.W1. Students will be able to write a comment on a topic via social media.

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