A1.2 BREAKTHROUGH 2

A1.2 BREAKTHROUGH 2
LEVEL: A1.2 SKILL: LISTENING
Follow simple, everyday transactions (e.g. Shopping and eating out) if carried out slowly and clearly.
Understand what people say they can or can’t do from simple sentences spoken slowly and clearly.
Understand simple directions from X to Y on foot or public transport.
Understand basic information about prices, times, and dates in familiar contexts, if spoken slowly and clearly.
Understand basic information about someone when introduced to them using simple language.
Recognize familiar key words and phrases in short, basic descriptions (e.g. Of objects, places or people), if spoken slowly and clearly.
Understand basic questions about free time activities.
Understand simple spoken commands in a game or sport.
Identify common objects from spoken descriptions, if spoken slowly and clearly.
Recognize key information (e.g. Place, time) about everyday events, if spoken slowly and clearly.
Understand a phone number from a recorded message.
Understand basic information about free time activities.
Understand basic factual statements.
Identify objects, places or people from short spoken descriptions.
Identify a caller’s name and phone number from a short, simple telephone conversation.
Recognize words and simple phrases related to familiar topics, if spoken slowly and clearly and supported by pictures.
Understand simple directions, if spoken slowly and clearly.
Identify how much something costs in short, simple dialogues about the price, if delivered slowly and clearly.
LEVEL: A1.2 SKILL: READING
Understand simple phrases related to familiar, everyday activities.
Understand basic factual statements relating to pictures or simple texts,
Understand short, simple messages about when and where to meet.
Understand short written notices, signs and instructions with visual support.
Understand familiar phrases in a simple text.
Follow short, simple written directions (e.g. To go from to y).
Follow basic instructions for making something simple.
Understand simple descriptions of places.
Follow simple instructions to carry out a straightforward task.
Extract personal details in a limited way.
Understand basic phrases in short, simple texts.
LEVEL: A1.2 SKILL: SPEAKING
Exchange personal details (e.g. Where they live, things they have).
Answer simple questions about the location of people or things in a limited way.
Read aloud short, familiar fixed expressions in a way that can be understood.
Ask simple questions about numbers of objects there are using a basic phrase (e.g. ‘How many?”).
Ask for help using basic fixed expressions.
Say who something belongs to. Tv fake an introduction and use basic greeting and leave-taking expressions.
Ask people for things and give people things.
Express ability or lack of ability with regard to basic activities using ‘can’ or Ican’t
Describe a person’s likes and dislikes using simple language.
Make a few basic requests related to immediate personal needs (e. (i. tan i have a pen, please?’).
Introduce someone in a basic way, giving their name and job title.
Answer simple questions about habits and routines
Express how they are feeling using very basic fixed expressions
Express preferences about food and drink using basic fixed expressions.
Respond politely when introduced to someone, using a few basic fixed expressions.
Ask basic questions about objects (e.g. Color, size).
Use basic words to describe common weather conditions.
Ask and answer simple questions about people they know in a limited way.
Use brief, everyday expressions to describe wants and needs, and request information.
Describe where they live.
Describe as object using simple language.
Describe an object using simple language.
Talk about the family in a basic way, given prompts.
Answer simple questions about their daily activities or routines, given a mode!
Say how much something costs using basic language.
Ask for attention.
Check into a hotel using a few basic fixed expressions.
Accept offers using basic fixed expressions.
Introduce themselves, their hobbies and interests in a basic way.
Ask for simple directions, referring to a map or plan.
Introduce people using basic language.
Say what someone’s job is, using familiar common job names.
Ask for things using basic language. 
LEVEL: A1.2 SKILL: WRITING
Complete a simple font requiring travel information (es. Landing card, customs declaration).
Write simple sentences about someone life and routines.
Write simple sentences about a familiar object.
Write short, simple notes, emails and postings to friends.
Write simple sentences about their family and where they live.
Write dates using both digits and words.
Spell a range of common jobs.
Write simple sentences about personal interests.
Use basic punctuation (e.g. Commas, full stops, question marks).
Spell a range of common greetings.
Write times using both digits and words.
Describe the position of things in a picture using a few simple fixed expressions.
Write basic sentences describing everyday objects (e.g. Color, size), given a model.
Spell a range of common names.