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

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2021 ve 2022 12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı MEB. Lise 12. Sınıf İngilizce konuları ve Müfredatı nelerdir? 12. Sınıf İngilizce Müfredatı 2021-2022. Lise 12. Sınıf İngilizce ders içerikleri ve detayları yazımızda.

12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları

2021 ve 2022 Eğitim Öğretim Yılı MEB 12. Sınıf İngilizce konuları ve müfredatı belli oldu!. Lise 12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı OLASILIK, FONKSİYONLAR, İKİNCİ DERECEDEN DENKLEMLER, DÖRTGENLER VE ÇOKGENLER gibi konulardan oluşmaktadır. 12. Sınıf İngilizce dersinde işlenecek konular iki dönem halinde aşağıda paylaşıldı. 2021 ve 2022 12.Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Müfredatı şu şekildedir;

12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları 1.Dönem

  • 12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
  • 1.Ünite: Music
  • 2.Ünite: Friendship
  • 3.Ünite: Human Rights
  • 4.Ünite: Coming Soon

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12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları 2.Dönem

  • 12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları
  • 5.Ünite: Psychology
  • 6.Ünite: Favors
  • 7.Ünite: News Stories
  • 8.Ünite: Alternative Energy
  • 9.Ünite: Technology
  • 10.Ünite: Manners

12. SINIF DERS KİTAPLARI

12. SINIF KONULARI MEB

12. Sınıf İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları

12. Sınıf İngilizce Konuları ve Kazanımları aşağıdadır.

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

  1. Expressing opinion (agreeing, disagreeing, etc.)
  2. Expressing preferences
    What do you think about…?
    What are your feelings about…?
    Don’t you think…?
    Why do you think that ….?
    I believe/think/suppose…
    In my opinion,…
    according to….
    My idea/answer/explanation is similar to/related to ….
    He doesn’t agree with him because…
    I agree/disagree with …that/on . . .
    I tend to agree with you.
    The majority believe that…
    Listening
    E12.1.L1. Students will be able to detect the embedded information
    in songs/media tools.
    Pronunciation
    E12.1.P1. Students will be able to practice intonation in sentences.
    Eg.Is this your camera? (rising and falling intonation)
    Speaking
    E12.1.S1. Students will be able to exchange ideas about their music
    preferences.
    E12.1.S2. Students will be able to agree or disagree with others by
    sharing their opinions about music.
    Reading
    E12.1.R1. Students will be able to infer people’s music preferences from
    their ideas about music in a reading text.
    E12.1.R2. Students will be able to analyze surveys/interviews to answer
    related questions.
    Writing
    E12.1.W1. Students will be able to write a survey report on their
    friends’/teachers’ music preferences.
  3. Describing personal features
  4. Making conclusions
  5. Stating reasons
    What does she look like?
    What kind of a person is…?
    He can’t be in his 60s.
    He looks much younger.
    …who behaves like a child…
    …as handsome as…
    Kyle and Randy are similar because they are both…
    Claire and Vivian are similar in that ….
    The twins differ in their attitude towards animals.
    One similarity between Travor and John is…
    What do you have in common with…?
    She writes to him every day. She must be…
    A good friend is generous, supportive, helpful and patient
    Listening
    E12.2.L1. Students will be able to extract specific information from
    a conversation between friends.
    E12.2.L2. Students will be able to make inferences about the quatlities
    of a good friend through a recorded text.
    Pronunciation
    E12.2.P1. Students will be able to practice syllable/word stress.
    Eg. Engineer /ˌendʒɪ’nɪə(r)/
    Speaking
    E12.2.S1. Students will be able to ask and answer questions about
    personal features.
    E12.2.S2. Students will be able to state reasons while giving
    clear detailed descriptions about physical appearances.
    E12.2.S3. Students will be able to interpret information from graphic
    features (graphs, charts, tables, etc.)
    Reading
    E12.2.R1. Students will be able to find irrelevant content about the
    descriptions of the people in a text.
    E12.2.R2. Students will be able to identify the main conclusions in
    argumentative texts.
    Writing
    E12.2.W1. Students will be able to write an opinion essay about
    qualities of a good friend by stating reasons.
  6. Expressing ideas on human rights (gender equality, children
    rights…)
  7. Making suggestions
  8. Discussing problems
    Look after those who looked after you.
    Everyone deserves equal rights.
    Do the educational opportunities for disabled young people grow
    rapidly?
    Every child has the right to get health services, food, education, etc.
    Freedom of expression is a basic human right.
    All the goverments should do their best to meet the needs of
    disabled people.
    Listening
    E12.3.L1. Students will be able to guess the meaning of lexis and jargon
    about human rights in a recorded text/video.
    E12.3.L2. Students will be able to distinguish the positive and
    negative expressions about human rights in a recorded text/video.
    Pronunciation
    E12.3.P1. Students will be able to practice syllable/word stress.
    Eg. Disability /,dısǝꞌbılǝtı/
    Speaking
    E12.3.S1. Students will be able to make suggestions about improving
    human rights.
    E12.3.S2. Students will be able to discuss the problems/difficulties of
    the disadvantaged people in the world.
    Reading
    E12.3.R1. Students will be able to find the supporting ideas in a text
    about good practices on human rights around the world.
    E12.3.R2. Students will be able to match the paragraphs with the
    correct phrases/visuals (children rights/gender equality/animal
    rights/the rights of disadvantaged people, etc.).
    Writing
    E12.3.W1. Students will be able to write mottos/slogans about human
    rights.
    E12.3.W2. Students will be able to write an argumentative essay
    including solutions for disadvantaged people’s problems.
  9. Making predictions
  10. Expressing degrees of certainty and uncertainty
  11. Receiving instructions about cyber games I imagine driverless cars will be common in the near future.
    I guess there won’t be cars running with petrol in the future.
    Next century is going to be very hi- tech, I believe.
    He is going to buy a high-mileage gas car in order to reduce
    carbon footprints.
    What do you think will happen in the year 2030?
    There won’t be … any more in the future.
    I think air pollution is going to decrease due to the usage of bioenergy until 2030.
    Please verify your e-mail…
    Choose your avatar.
    If people use natural sources excessively, the world will not let
    human survival.
    Did you mean this petrol-free car will reduce costs?
    Many children cannot differentiate between reality and computer
    games.
    Cyber and cyborg figures will be around us in near future.
    Listening
    E12.4.L1. Students will be able to take notes during an informal
    debate/poster presentation/seminar in a video.
    E12.4.L2. Students will be able to match the topics with
    recorded passages corresponding to virtual reality and imaginary
    world.
    Pronunciation
    E12.4.P1. Students will be able to pronounce reduced forms (e.g.
    ‘ll, won’t).
    Speaking
    E12.4.S1. Students will be able to talk about predictions and plans.
    E12.4.S2. Students will be able to participate in an informal
    debate about virtual reality and imaginary world/ cyber games to
    share ideas.
    Reading
    E12.4.R1. Students will be able to read (aloud) a text about cyber
    crimes and rights to distinguish the lexis and jargon.
    E12.4.R2. Students will be able to reorder the scrambled steps of a
    cyber game in a text.
    Writing
    E12.4.W1. Students will be able to write detailed descriptions of an
    imaginary future.
    E12.4.W2. Students will be able to compose a cyber game scenerio
  12. Describing mood
  13. Making suggestions to change negative mood
  14. Following and giving instructions
    -I feel exhausted and I can’t concentrate.
    -Let’s take a break.
    -I suggest that you take a nap.
    -I suggest going for a walk.
    I’d rather have tickets for the opera.
    If I had a choice, I would go for…
    Why don’t you join a music club?
    What do you do to clear your mind after school?
    Close your eyes!
    Breathe deeply!
    Listening
    E12.5.L1. Students will be able to list the suggestions to change mood
    given by a psychologist/friend in recorded text.
    E12.5.L2. Students will be able to identify the speaker’s mood, tone,
    etc in a recorded text.
    Pronunciation
    E12.5.P1. Students will be able to practice sentence intonation and
    stress.
    Eg. Let’s take a break. (rising and falling intonation)
    Speaking
    E12.5.S1. Students will be able to make a Roleplay between a
    psychologist/school counsellor and a client.
    E12.5.S2. Students will be able to make comment on moods by looking
    at flashcards.
    E12.5.S3. Students will be able to use different voice levels, phrasing
    and intonation to give and follow instructions in different moods.
    Reading
    E12.5R1. Students will be able to read a poem loudly by reflecting its
    tone.
    E12.5.R2. Students will be able to identify specific information in a
    real-life text.
    Writing
    E12.5.W1. Students will be able to describe their current mood /
    mood reflected in a song/ painting/photograph through creative
    writing.
  15. Making requests
  16. Accepting and declining requests
  17. Asking for and responding to favors
    Can/Could I borrow your…?
    Is it OK if I use your mobile phone?
    I would be glad to….
    I need a/an/some…
    I’m really sorry,…
    Would you mind…?
    Do you mind if I turn on the conditioner?
    Did you mean you need my laptop the whole day?
    I was wondering if you’d mind lending me your bike.
    Sure!
    Of course! Help yourself!
    No. I’m sorry. I don’t have one.
    Listening
    E12.6.L1. Students will be able to identify phrases and the
    highest frequency vocabulary related to requests in various
    contexts in a recorded text.
    E12.6.L2. Students will be able to complete a conversation about
    favors in a recorded text/video.
    Pronunciation
    E12.6.P1. Students will be able to practice “ yod coalescence”
    “Would you / /wʊdʒu/ and could you /kʊdʒu/ “.
    Speaking
    E12.6.S1. Students will be able to distinguish between formal
    and informal language while accepting and declining requests.
    E12.6.S2. Students will be able to act out a self-prepared dialogue about
    requests/favours.
    Reading
    E12.6.R1. Students will be able to scan a text for the specific
    information about a charity organization/foundation.
    Writing
    E12.6.W1. Students will be able to write an announcement to invite
    people for a charity organization.
    E12.6.W2. Students will be able to write an application letter to an
    organization for scholarship.
  18. Narrating a past event / experience
  19. Talking about sequential actions
    Two people were struck and injured on Monday as they tried to
    cross the street.
    When he died, he had already published 20 novels.
    Fortunately, he survived the accident without a scratch.
    After, before, first….
    Meanwhile….
    Following this event, …
    Unfortunately, I missed the last episode of …
    That reminds me of my childhood
    Listening
    E12.7.L1. Students will be able to list the sequences of the past events in
    a recorded text/video.
    E12.7.L2. Students will be able to complete a recorded text using
    cohesive devices.
    Pronunciation
    E12.7.P1. Students will be able to practice sentence stress
    appropriately.
    Eg. I missed the last episode. (rising and falling intonation)
    Speaking
    E12.7.S1. Students will be able to narrate the events in the past.
    E12.7.S2. Students will be able to make a presentation about
    unusual/odd news stories.
    Reading
    E12.7.R1. Students will be able to list vocabulary for narrating and
    describing events in a text.
    E12.7.R2. Students will be able to reorder the past events in a news
    story.
    Writing
    E12.7.W1. Students will be able to paraphrase news/ stories/ past
    events.
    E12.7.W2. Students will be able to write a news story/a past
    experience/an imaginary story.
  20. Describing problems
  21. Making complaints
  22. Offering solutions
    Sorry to bother you, but I think there’s a problem that requires an
    urgent solution.
    We’d like you to…
    I think we should…
    In order to solve this problem we must first/ initially….
    Another way of looking at this problem is…
    The solution to this problem is…
    Don’t get me wrong, but I think we should…
    …was a result of…
    Maybe you forgot to…
    I think you might have forgotten to…
    Listening
    E12.8.L1. Students will be able to note down the solutions to the
    problems of excessive energy consumption around the world in a
    recorded text.
    Pronunciation
    E12.8.P1. Students will be able to use intonation in a sentence
    appropriately.
    Eg. I think we’re completely lost. (falling intonation)
    Speaking
    E12.8.S1. Students will be able to make complaints and offer
    solutions to environmental /energy problems.
    E12.8.S2Students will be able to participate in an informal debate
    about alternative energy in the future.
    Reading
    E12.8.R1. Students will be able to summarize a reading passage about
    alternative energy.
    E12.8.R2. Students will be able to analyze a reading passage to find out
    solutions to environmental problems.
    Writing
    E12.8.W1. Students will be able to write an email/a letter of complaint
    to a local authority about an environmental problem to suggest solutions.
    E12.8.W2. Students will be able to write their opinions about the usage
    of alternative energy.
  23. Talking about things needed to be done
  24. Asking and answering questions in interviews
    What do you think about the future of smart phones?
    I’ll have the computer formatted.
    She wants her smart phone fixed.
    The teacher does not let the students use their phones in class.
    Sorry, I can’t talk any longer on this issue.
    I had Mindy download a movie for me.
    We’ll get the PPP done as soon as possible.
    The teacher made the class do online research on the topic.
    Could you please get the warranty approved?
    Listening
    E12.9.L1. Students will be able to list the things needed to be done in a
    recorded text/video.
    E12.9.L2. Students will be able to find the main idea of a video about
    technological developments.
    Pronunciation
    E12.9.P1. Students will be able to practice word stress correctly.
    Eg. Technology /tekˈnɒlədʒi/
    Speaking
    E12.9.S1. Students will be able to exchange ideas and feelings such
    as surprise, happiness, interest, and indifference about technological
    devices.
    E12.9.S2. Students will be able to make an interview with a friend
    about the influence of technology on social life.
    Reading
    E12.9.R1. Students will be able to identify the written lexis and jargon
    about a web-page on technology.
    E12.9.R2. Students will be able to categorize information in everyday
    material, such as websites, brochures and magazines.
    Writing
    E12.9.W1. Students will be able to write a note asking someone to have
    something done.
    E12.9.W2. Students will be able to write a for and against essay
    discussing technology.
    E12.9.W3. Students will be able to write a description of a hi-tech
    product by using linking words.
  25. Talking about wishes and regrets
  26. Apologizing
  27. Giving explanations
    Please accept my apology/apologies for yesterday.
    I shouldn’t have said that… I’m terribly sorry to/about/for…
    It was not my intention to …
    If only John knew about it.
    I wish that someone had told John about it.
    If only I had woken up early.
    I wish you wouldn’t play with your mobile phone.
    What I’d like more than anything else is ….
    Something I have always wanted is ….
    I didn’t mean to hurt you
    Listening
    E12.10.L1. Students will be able to identify the phrases about wishes,
    regrets and apologies in a recorded text.
    E12.10.L2. Students will be able to classify the manners in a TV
    or radio program regarding their origin and practice in daily life.
    Pronunciation
    E12.10.P1. Students will be able to practice sentence stress correctly.
    Eg. I’ll make a pot of tea if you would like some.
    Speaking
    E12.10.S1. Students will be able to express regrets, wishes and
    apologies.
    E12.10.S2. Students will be able to discuss manners in different
    cultures.
    Reading
    E12.10.R1. Students will be able to identify the main conclusions in
    argumentative texts.
    E12.10.R2. Students will be able to organize description of events,
    feelings and wishes in diaries and personal letters.
    Writing
    E12.10.W1. Students will be able to write a letter, note or report
    on wishes, regrets and apology.
    E12.10.W2. Students will be able to write personal letters describing
    experiences, feelings and events in detail in relation to the topic.

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