ingilizce kazanimlari 8. Sınıf MEB İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları ve Açıklamaları 2020 2021

8. Sınıf MEB İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları ve Açıklamaları 2020 2021

8. Sınıf MEB İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları ve Açıklamaları 2020 2021

8. SINIF İNGİLİZCE ÖĞRETİM PROGRAMI

8. Sınıf Öğretim Programı, Avrupa Dilleri İçin Ortak Başvuru Metni’nde belirlenen düzeylerden A2 (Temel Düzey Kullanıcı/Ara veya Temel Gereksinim) düzeyine denk gelmektedir. Bu yaş grubundaki öğrencilerde
öncelikli olarak geliştirilmesi beklenen beceriler dinleme ve konuşma, ikincil olarak okuma ve yazmadır. 8. Sınıf Öğretim Programı’nın genel öğrenme hedeflerini, 7. Sınıf Öğretim Programı’nda olduğu gibi, Avrupa Dilleri İçin Ortak Başvuru Metni’nin A2 düzeyi için bütüncül basamakta belirlediği genel kazanımlar oluşturmaktadır.

Bu noktadan hareketle 8. Sınıf İngilizce Öğretim Programı’nın tamamlanması hâlinde öğrencilerin ulaşması beklenen kazanımlar, dinleme-anlama, sözlü etkileşim, sözlü anlatım, okuma-anlama, yazma becerileri aşağıda verilen çerçeve Program’da belirtilmiştir. 6’ncı sınıfın ikinci dönemi itibariyle dört beceriyi de birleştiren Öğretim Programı’nda 8’inci sınıfla beraber özellikle yazma becerisi açısından tümce düzeyinin ötesinde ve farklı amaçlara yönelik çeşitli türlerde metin yazma etkinlikleri de ön plana çıkmıştır. İşlev ve iletişim odaklı izlencelerin gereklerine uygun bir biçimde, gerçekleştirilmesi hedeflenen iletişimsel işlevler ve sözcükler/sözcük öbekleri bir konu bütünlüğü içinde belirlenmiş ve bağlamsal olarak sunulmuştur. Öğrencilerin dil üretimlerine zemin
oluşturacak zenginlikte ve miktarda girdi sağlayabilen ve buna paralel olarak seçilmiş belirli etkinlik ve görevlerle mevcut dil becerilerini geliştirebilen bir program hazırlanmıştır.

Program’ın içeriği belirlenirken çocukluktan yetişkinliğe geçişin ilk aşamasını yaşayan bu yaş grubu çocukların gelişim özellikleri öncelikli olarak göz önünde bulundurulmuştur. 8. Sınıf Öğretim Programı’nda ele alınan tema/konular; arkadaşlık, gençlik, yemek pişirme, telefonda görüşme, İnternet, macera, turizm, ev işleri, bilim ve doğal afetler olarak belirlenmiştir. İletişimsel işlevler ise; kabul etme-reddetme, özür dileme, tercih belirtme, deneyimleri ifade etme, mazeret sunma, tahminde
bulunma ve bir işin yapılma sürecini ifade etme olarak sıralanabilir.

8. Sınıf İngilizce Dersi Kazanımları

UNİT 1 Friendship

Accepting and refusing / Apologizing / Giving explanations and reasons
Would you like to come over tomorrow?
—I’m sorry, but I can’t come over because my cousin is coming tomorrow.
—Sure, that sounds fun!
Would you like some fruit juice?
—Yes, I’d love some.
—No, thanks. I’m full/stuffed.
—Yeah, that would be great.
How about going to the cinema this Saturday?
—Sure, it sounds good/great/awesome.
—Yeah, why not.
—I’ll text our friends to come over at 7 o’clock, then.
Making simple inquiries
Are you busy tomorrow evening?
—No, not at all. Why?
back up
best/close/true friend, -s
buddy, -ies
cool
count on
get on well with somebody
go for a walk
laid-back
mate, -s
secret, -s
share
support
trust

UNİT 2 Teen in Life

Expressing likes and dislikes
I love/like/enjoy going to concerts.
I hate/dislike shopping with my parents.
Expressing preferences
I prefer hip-hop concerts, I think they’re terrific.
I prefer reading the news online.
Stating personal opinions
(Making simple inquiries)
What do you do in the evenings?
I usually do my homework, but
I also listen to music. I love rap. And to be honest, I never listen to pop music; I can’t stand it. I think it’s unbearable.
I rarely/seldom go to the theater.
I am fond of/keen on camping.
argue
casual
fashion, -s
impressive
relationship, -s
ridiculous
serious
snob, -s
teenager, -s
terrific
trendy
unbearable
types of music

UNİT 3 In The Kitchen

Describing simple processes
It’s easy to make an omlette. Let me tell you how to make an omlette. First, put some oil into a pan and heat it. Second, mix two eggs in a bowl. Then add some salt. After that, add some cheese and milk. Finally, pour the mixture into the hot pan.
Expressing preferences
Do you prefer cooking pizza or pasta?
—I love cooking and eating pizza.
—I usually prefer cooking pasta.
Making simple inquiries
Do I use two or three eggs?
What can/should I use to cook soup?
bake
bitter
boil
chop
flour
fry
ingredients
kitchen tools (knife, spoon, fork,
pan, plate, oven …)
meal
mix
oil
peel
pour
salty
slice
sour
spicy
tasty

UNİT 4 On The Phone

Following phone conversations
Hello! This is … calling, is … in?
May I speak to …? Is … there?
Hang on a minute; I’ll get him/ her.
Can you hold on a moment, please?
I’m afraid he is not available at the moment. He has gone out. Would you
like to leave a message?
Stating decisions taken at the time of speaking
I’ll talk to you soon.
I’ll see you at the café tomorrow, then.
We’ll meet next Saturday, then. I’m sorry
to hear that. We’ll meet up later, then.
I’ll get back to you in an hour.
[The phone rings] I will take that.
available
connect
contact
dial
engaged
extension
get/keep in touch
get back
hang on/up
hold
line
memo, -s
pick up
polite
put someone through

UNİT 5 The Internet

Accepting and refusing / Making excuses
Would you like to join our WhatsApp group?
—Yes, sure/That sounds great.
—No, thanks. I am really busy. Why don’t we chat online at two o’clock? I
want to tell you something important.
—I’m sorry, but I can’t. My internet is broken.
What do you mean? Do you mean the Internet connection?
—Yes. It isn’t working properly.
account, -s
attachment, -s
browse
browser, -s
comment, -s
confirm
connection, -s
delete
download/upload
log on/in/off
register
reply screen, -s
search engine, -s
sign in/up
social networking site, -s
website

UNİT 6 Adventures

Expressing preferences / Giving explanations and reasons
What do you prefer doing on summer holidays?
—I would rather go rafting than canoeing because it is easier.
—I prefer rafting to kayaking because it is more entertaining.
Making comparisons
I think bungee-jumping is more/less
dangerous and challenging than canoeing.
I think extreme sports are more exciting
than indoor sports.
amusing
bungee-jumping
canoeing
caving
challenging
disappointing
entertaining
exciting
extreme sports
fascinating
hang-gliding
kayaking
motor-racing
paragliding
rafting
skateboarding
take risks

UNİT 7 Tourism

Describing places
What do you think about Rome?
Did you enjoy your trip?
—It was incredible. It’s truly an ancient city,
and the weather was just perfect. It is in fact usually warm and sunny in Rome.
Expressing preferences
Which one do you prefer? Historic sites or the seaside?
—I’d rather visit historic sites because they are usually more interesting.
Giving explanations/reasons
—I think/guess/believe/suppose it is exciting.
—In my opinion/to me, it is lovely.
—In my opinion/to me, it sounds/looks fascinating.
Making comparisons
—In my opinion/to me, historical architecture
is more beautiful than modern architecture.
—I think/guess/believe/suppose all-inclusive
hotels are more attractive than bed and breakfasts.
Talking about experiences
Have you ever been to …?
—Yes, I have.
—No, I have not.
—I have been to Side before.
—I have never been to Mardin.
all-inclusive
ancient
architecture
attraction, -s
bed and breakfast
countryside
culture/cultural destination
fascinating
historic site, -s
incredible resort, -s
rural
urban

UNİT 8 Chores

Expressing likes and dislikes
I like it when my parents give me some pocket money.
I don’t like it when my mom asks too many questions.
Expressing obligation
Do you have to help your parents in housework?
—Well, I must help my parents to set the table.
—I must help my brother to do his homework.
We must respect the elderly/ people/ each other.
My brother has to respect my rights.
Expressing responsibilities
I’m responsible for cooking dinner.
S/he is in charge of taking out the garbage.
Don’t you think it is necessary to tidy up your room?
It is time to do the laundry.
arrive on time
clean up
do the laundry
doing chores
iron
keep quiet
keep/break promises
load/empty the dishwasher
make the bed
obey the rules
return books
set the table
take out the garbage/trash
tidy up
to-do list
wash/dry the dishes

UNİT 9 Science

Describing the actions happening currently
My brother and his friends are preparing a science project nowadays. They are doing some research in the library.
What kind of books are you reading in these days/currently?
—I am reading a science fiction novel.
—Currently, I am reading a book about space travel.
Talking about past events
Scientific achievements of the past century changed the world. For example, Archimedes invented the water screw.
Researchers found some new fossils, and now they are working on them in the labs.
Newton discovered the gravity of the matter and now scientists are exploring the solar
gravity.
cell, -s
cure, -s
discover
do an experiment
explode
explore
find out
genius, -es
high-tech
invent
lab, -s
process, -es
result, -s
safety
scientific
search
succeed
test tube, -s
vaccination, -s

UNİT 10 Natural Forces

Making predictions about the future (Giving reasons and results)
—I think we will have water shortage in the future because we waste too much water.
So we should/must stop wasting water sources.
—I think there will be serious droughts. So schools should educate students to use less water.
Do you think there will be a water shortage?
—Yes. There won’t be enough water.
—No. There will be a lot of rain in the future.
avalanche, -s
disaster, -s
drought, -s
earthquake, -s
erosion
flood, -s
global warming
hurricane, -s
land
slide, -s
melt
suffer
survivor, -s
tornado, -es
tsunami, s
volcano, -es