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ACADEMIC CALENDAR

The Academic Calendar was carefully planned out to include all the topics contained in the CEFR while also working with advanced mental skills. They are separated by proficiency level. In the C2 list, the devices are listed in a context-driven way, thus making it easier to grasp concepts.

Click HERE to see the topics in alphabetical order.

Click HERE to see the topics week by week.

A1

January Week 1

Present simple + Present continuous

February Week 1

Adjectives

March Week 1

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April Week 1

Future Simple + Adverbs

May Week 1

Nouns + How much/how many

June Week 1

Pronouns + 's

July Week 1

Intensifiers

August Week 1

Prepositions of place and There is/are

September Week 1

Determiners

October Week 1

I’d like + Imperatives (+/-)

November Week 1

Numbers + Plural forms

December Week 1

Question words when, how, where, who, what

A2

January Week 2

Verbs to be, to do, to have + Tag questions

February Week 2

Past simple + Past continuous

March Week 2

Description of places

April Week 2

Question word Why + Asking for clarification

May Week 2

Punctuation

June Week 2

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July Week 2

Comparatives + superlatives

August Week 2

Gerunds + Infinitive

September Week 2

Modal verbs

October Week 2

Pronouns

November Week 2

Adverbs and expressions about the past, present and future

December Week 2

Question words

B1

January Week 3

Modal verbs

February Week 3

Connectors

March Week 3

Verbs followed by gerund or infinitive

April Week 3

Giving opinion + Agreeing and disagreeing

May Week 3

Giving good and bad news

June Week 3

Conditionals: Zero and 1st

July Week 3

Fillers + Advice-giving strategies

August Week 3

Conditionals: 2nd and 3rd (Mixed)

September Week 3

FEEDBACK

October Week 3

Phrasal verbs

November Week 3

Present perfect + Present perfect continuous

December Week 3

Past perfect + Past perfect continuous

B2

January Week 3

Reported speech

February Week 3

Paraphrasing

March Week 3

Argumentative strategies

April Week 3

Checking understanding

May Week 3

Past Perfect + Past Perfect Continuous

June Week 3

Ambiguity

July Week 3

Conditionals

August Week 3

Active voice + Passive voice

September Week 3

Relative pronouns

October Week 3

Wish + If only

November Week 3

Perfect modals

December Week 3

FEEDBACK

C1

January Week 4

Slangs + Idioms

February Week 4

Surveys

March Week 4

Apologizing + Praising

April Week 4

Summarizing

May Week 4

Argumentation

June Week 4

Explaining procedures

July Week 4

Making a definition

August Week 4

Recommending and complaining

September Week 4

Articles

October Week 4

Proverbs + Idioms

November Week 4

Running a presentation

December Week 4

Writing an essay

C2

January

Week 1: Oxymoron - Paradox

Week 2: Simile - Metaphor

Week 3: Synecdoche - Metonymy

Week 4: Anadiplosis - Conduplicatio

February

Week 1: Anaphora - Epistrophe

Week 2 :Epizeuxis - Negative-Positive Restatement

Week 3: Diacope - Epimone

Week 4: Chiasmus - Antimetabole

March

Week 1: Antistasis - Antanaclasis

Week 2: Soliloquy - Satire

Week 3: Assonance - Consonance

Week 4: Foreshadowing - Flashback

April

Week 1: Aporia -A phorism

Week 2 :Hypophora - Rhetorical Question

Week 3: Euphemism - Disphemism

Week 4: Antiphrasis - Antistasis

May

Week 1: Litotes - Irony

Week 2: Antropomorphism - Zoomorphism

Week 3: Diacope - Epimone

Week 4: Chiasmus - Antimetabole

June

Week 1: In media Res - Frame Story

Week 2: Apophasis - Aposiopesis

Week 3: Euphony - Cacophony

Week 4: Onomatopeia - Malapropism

C2

July

Week 1: Allegory - Allusion

Week 2: Anacolution - Gardenpath sentences

Week 3: Analepsis - Anastrophe

Week 4: Adynaton - Hyperbole

August

Week 1: Alliteration - Adnomination

Week 2: Zeugma - Vignette

Week 3: Tone - Tragicomedy

Week 4: Pleonasm - Meiosis

September

Week 1: Ekphrasis - Enjabment

Week 2: Cumulative sentence - Diction

Week 3: Cliffhanger / Climax

Week 4: Bdelygmia / Colloquialism

October

Week 1: Aporia/Aphorism

Week 2: Conundrum/Aposiopesis

Week 3: Imagery - Illustration

Week 4: Antiphrasis/Antistasis

November

Week 1: Litotes/Irony

Week 2: Exposition - Hyperbole

Week 3: Point of view - Diacope

Week 4: First person - Third person

December

Week 1: Polyptoton - Polysyndeton

Week 2: Motif - Symbolism

Week 3: Antanagoge - Anthimeria

Week 4: Personification - Archtype

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