11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları Ve Müfredatı MEB (2021-2022)
2021 ve 2022 11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı MEB. Lise 11. Sınıf İngilizce konuları ve Müfredatı nelerdir? 11. Sınıf İngilizce Müfredatı 2021-2022. Lise 11. Sınıf İngilizce ders içerikleri ve detayları yazımızda.
11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
2021 ve 2022 Eğitim Öğretim Yılı MEB 11. Sınıf İngilizce konuları ve müfredatı belli oldu!. 11. Sınıf İngilizce dersinde işlenecek konular iki dönem halinde aşağıda paylaşıldı. 2021 ve 2022 11.Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı şu şekildedir;
11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları 1.Dönem
- 11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
- Future Jobs
- Hobbies and Skills
- Hard Times
- What A Life
11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları 2.Dönem
- 11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
- Back To The Past
- Open Your Heart
- Facts From Turkey
- My Friends
- Values and Norms
11. Sınıf İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları
11. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Kazanımları aşağıdadır.
11. SINIF ALT ÖĞRENME ALANI, KONU, KAZANIM VE AÇIKLAMALAR
- Making plans and predictions
- Making an appointment
- Talking on the phone
Some students are going to be teachers, some are going to be doctors
and some are going to be fashion designers.
What are you going to do in your future career?
I’m going to study bio-genetic engineering.
I guess I’ll study mechatronics engineering.
Is five o’clock tomorrow a good time for you?
Can we meet at three o’clock?
-Is it possible for you to see me next week for a short meeting?
-I’m afraid I’ll be in another meeting.
I am free after nine a.m.
“No wind favors he who has no destined port.”
Michel de Montaigne
Students will be able to detect factual information about job
related topics in a recorded text.
Students will be able to practice contraction of “will”
and “am/is/are, going to” in positive and negative sentences.
Students will be able to talk about future plans and
E11.1.S2. Students will be able to make an appointment on the
E11.1.R1. Students will be able to analyze different job ads from
newspapers/websites to match them with CVs.
E11.1.R2. Students will be able to find the main idea of a text on
successful entrepreneurs of the 21st century.
E11.1.W1. Students will be
- Expressing likes, dislikes and interests
- Expressing preferences
3.Talking about present and past abilities I enjoy hanging out with my friends.
I am good at computer skills.
I want to learn how to play chess.
I am good at… She is gifted in…
I am good at fixing things such as toys and gadgets.
How about you?
Do you also…?
Do you want to specialize in Turkish Calligraphy Art?
I am keen on helping the poor in my neighbourhood and all over the
What I like most is to spend time with my friends and relatives.
Stephan Hawking could walk when he was young.
I’d rather buy a sports car than a sedan
E11.2.L1 Students will be able to build relationships between the
conversations in a recorded text and pictures about the people’s likes,
dislikes, interests and preferences.
Students will be able to pronounce plural and third person
Eg. drinks / drıŋks / sings /sıŋz/ wishes /wıʃız/
E11.2.S1. Students will be able to take part in a dialogue about likes
dislikes, interests and preferences.
E11.2.S2. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about their
present and past abilities.
E11.2.R1. Students will be able to identify lexis and expressions related
to past abilities in a text.
E11.2.R2. Students will be able to paraphrase information in a text
about people’s choices.
E11.2.W1. Students will be able to write a paragraph about their
interests and abilities.
1.Describing events happening at the same time in the past
2.Explaining people’s habits in the past
As there was no electricity, people used to use candles at home.
A couple of decades ago, people used to wash their clothes in river.
My brother was riding his bike when he broke his leg.
As/While I was driving in India a few years ago, I found myself in
the tiger area.
When my grandparents were young, there were no mobile
E11.3.L1. Students will be able to recognize vocabulary indicating the
sequence of events in a recorded text/video.
E11.3.L2. Students will be able to identify the events happening at the
same time in the past in a recorded text/video.
E11.3.P1. Students will be able to differentiate between rising and
Eg. It rained every day in the first week. (falling and rising intonation)
E11.3.S1. Students will be able to talk about past habits.
Students will be able to talk about a personal experience in
E11.3.R1. Students will be able to answer the questions about a text on
people’s habits and experiences in the past.
E11.3.R2. Students will be able to analyze a short story (plot, setting,
climax, characters etc.) to summarize it.
E11.3.R3. Students will be able to identify thesis statement, topic
sentences, supporting points and examples in a given sample essay
about a challenge.
E11.3.W1. Students will be able to complete the missing parts of a
short story with their own words.
- Describing places, people, and events in the past
- Ordering events
- Talking about personal experiences in the past
Before he gained his fame in art, Mimar Sinan had built many
masterpieces all around the empire.
After I had graduated from high school, I entered the university.
When I went home, she was cooking dinner.
He got married at the age of fifty and had five children.
Before the Independence War started, Turkish people had had a hard
Alija Izetbegovic became the first president of the BosniaHerzegovina.
E11.4.L1. Students will be able to identify expressions related to
ordering past events in a recorded text.
E11.4.L2. Students will be able to put the past events in order in a
E11.4.P1. Students will be able to practice pronunciation of ed sounds
following voiced and unvoiced consonant sounds and following /t/-/d/
Eg. Wanted /wɒntɪd/ injured /ɪndʒərd/
E11.4.S1. Students will be able to share their personal experiences in
E11.4.S2. Students will be able to describe places, people and events
in the past.
E11.4.R1. Students will be able to order the events in the biography
of a famous person/ inventor/ scientist/ celebrity.
E11.4.W1. Students will be able to write an essay about a well-known
figure from Turkish history
- Expressing wishes and regrets for past events
- Talking about unreal past events If I had been more hardworking during my high school years,
I could have studied at a better university.
If he hadn’t been addicted to alcohol, he wouldn’t have lost his
I wish I hadn’t had an accident.
I wish you had seen Dr. Green.
I wish you hadn’t moved to another city.
I wish I had helped my friend study for his exams.
E11.5.L1. Students will be able to identify expressions related to
unreal past events in a recorded text.
E11.5.L2. Students will be able to determine relevant or/and irrelevant
information in a recorded text/video about wishes and regrets.
E11.5.P1. Students will be able to practice contraction of had/would.
E.g. I’d: I had/ I would
E11.5.S1. Students will be able to talk about their regrets and wishes
about past events.
E11.5.S2. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about unreal
E11.5.R1. Students will be able to analyze a text to distinguish the
expressions used to express wishes, regrets and unreal past.
E11.5.W1. Students will be able to write their opinions and regrets
according to #Iwish.
- Expressing degrees of certainty in the past
- Expressing the criticism for the events in the past
You should have done your homework.
I could have studied more for the exam.
They could’ve been nicer to the new student.
He must have sent the letter to a wrong address.
She might have gone to downtown.
I could have been hurt more badly, thank God I wasn’t.
You should have been more patient in the traffic jam yesterday
E11.6.L1. Students will be able to find out the speakers’ moods and
purposes (deduction or criticism) by using the contextual clues in a
recorded text or video.
E11.6.P1. Students will be able to practice the pronunciation of
“contraction in past modals”.
Eg. could have – could’ve
E11.6.S1. Students will be able to criticize an action in the past.
E11.6.S2. Students will be able to express their inferences from the
results of events in the past.
E11.6.R1. Students will be able to draw conclusions for the past events
in a text.
E11.6.W1. Students will be able to write a letter to criticize an
- Talking about landmarks and monuments
- Describing cities and historic sites
- Asking for and giving more detailed information
What are the must see attractions in Istanbul/around here?
Anıtkabir is located in Ankara.
Several castles in Anatolia were built by the Romans.
Pamukkale hot springs and travertines are one of the most popular
destinations for tourists in Turkey.
Ephesus was founded in the 10thcentury BC.
Süleymaniye Mosque was designed by Sinan, The Great Architect.
Gelibolu (Gallipoli) is worth seeing.
Ramadan in Turkey is a social ritual to revive the communal
relationship apart from a spiritual practice.
E11.7.L1. Students will be able to recognize information about the
description of a monument or a historic site in a recorded text.
E11.7.P1. Students will be able to practice the pronunciation of /wǝz/ and
E11.7.S1. Students will be able to give a presentation on a monument
or historical site.
E11.7.S2. Students will be able to interview with a friend to get detailed
information about places he/she has visited.
E11.7.R1. Students will be able to find out specific information in a
text describing historical sites in Turkey.
E11.7.W1. Students will be able to write a blog post recommending
places to visit in Turkey.
- Reporting news
- Making interview
- Talking about sports
Yasemin Dalkılıç says that all the women can achieve their goals.
Atatürk says that he likes sportsmen who are smart, agile and also
Many psychologists say that doing sports helps teens develop and
The Paralympic Games is a major international multi-sport event of
athletes with a range of physical disabilities.
Cliff diving is defined as the acrobatic perfection of diving into
water from a cliff.
Wingsuit fliers wear parachute equipment specially designed for sky
FILA has announced that Hamza Yerlikaya is the wrestler of the
E11.8.L1. Students will be able to identify the lexis and jargon about
extreme sports in a recorded text.
E11.8.P1. Students will be able to practice rising and falling intonation
Eg.Would you like another coffee? (rising and falling intonation)
E11.8.S1. Students will be able to exchange opinions about
E11.8.S2. Students will be able to ask questions to make an interview
with a sportsperson.
E11.8.R1. Students will be able to analyze a text involving different
kinds of extreme sports to reorder the scrambled paragraphs.
E11.8.W1. Students will be able to write a report on the interview they
- Describing events, places and people
- Asking for and giving clarification
The man you saw…
The place where we went on picnic….
Mr. Richardson, (who is) our teacher of physics, is a ….
Find the student who is the most easygoing.
True companions are those who keep promises, show respect…
E11.9.L1. Students will be able to organize specific information in a
narrative about a person or an event.
E11.9.P1. Students will be able to practice the pronunciation of
Eg. Good boy- gubboı
The conjunction “and” is pronounced as /ænd/ by itself, but in the
normal use of the phrase you and me, we usually say /ən/, as in
/juənmı/ friendship /frenʃıp/.
E11.9.S1. Students will be able to ask and answer questions to clarify a
well-known / common person or a place.
E11.9.R1. Students will be able to scan online and printed newspaper
articles about well-known people to find out personal details.
E11.9.W1. Students will be able to write a text about their
teachers and friends for a school magazine.
E11.9.W2. Students will be able to write a booklet to describe their
- Expressing opinions
- Exchanging ideas
- Making comments
Turkish people are not only hospitable but also…
Nasreddin Hodja is not only a great humorist but also a great
philosopher and a man of wisdom.
I think that all societies…
What do you think about the values of the modern World?
Good company supports both good morals and humanity.
Neither men nor women deserve inequality.
“We love all the created for the sake of the Creator.”
“Either seem as you are, or be as you seem.”
Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi
Peace begins within each one of us.
How do people feel when they are exposed to discrimination,
E11.10.L1. Students will be able to identify the topic and the main idea
of a recorded text/video.
E11.10.P1. Students will be able to practice the sounds of /i:/ and /aı/.
e.g. neither /ˈnaiðər/, either /ˈaiðər/
E11.10.S1. Students will be able to exchange ideas about values and
E11.10.S2. Students will be able to make comments about moral values
and norms in different cultures.
E11.10.R1. Students will be able to distinguish the main idea from
supporting details in a text about the effects of values on societies.
E11.10.W1. Students will be able to write an essay about the
importance and effects of values and norms in society.
E11.10.W2. Students will be able to write slogans about spiritual,
moral and social values.
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