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OBJETIVOS

Capacitar al alumnado para utilizar el idioma con cierta seguridad siendo capaz de comprender, expresarse e interactuar, tanto en forma hablada como escrita sobre temas generales, cotidianos o de interés personal.

Preparar a los alumnos para la obtención de la certificación oficial del nivel B1 conforme al Marco Común Europeo de las Lenguas

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DURACIÓN

180 horas

OBJETIVOS

Capacitar al alumnado para utilizar el idioma con soltura y eficacia siendo capaz de comprender, expresarse e interactuar, tanto en forma hablada como escrita sobre temas generales, actuales o relacionados con su área de especialización.

Preparar a los alumnos para la obtención de la certificación oficial del nivel B2 conforme al Marco Común Europeo de las Lenguas

Objetivos específicos

  • Comprender discursos y conferencias extensos e incluso seguir líneas argumentales complejas siempre que el tema sea relativamente conocido.
  • Comprender casi todas las noticias de la televisión y los programas sobre temas actuales.
  • Comprender la mayoría de las películas en las que se habla en un nivel de lengua estándar.
  • Ser capaz de leer artículos e informes relativos a problemas contemporáneos en los que los autores adoptan posturas o puntos de vista concretos.
  • Comprender la prosa literaria contemporánea.
  • Poder participar en una conversación con cierta fluidez y espontaneidad, lo que posibilita la comunicación normal con hablantes nativos.
  • Poder tomar parte activa en debates desarrollados en situaciones cotidianas explicando y defendiendo puntos de vista.
  • Presentar descripciones claras y detalladas de una amplia serie de temas relacionados con mi especialidad.
  • Saber explicar un punto de vista sobre un tema exponiendo las ventajas y los inconvenientes de varias opciones.
  • Ser capaz de escribir textos claros y detallados sobre una amplia serie de temas relacionados con mis intereses.
  • Poder escribir redacciones o informes transmitiendo información o proponiendo motivos que apoyen o refuten un punto de vista concreto.
  • Saber escribir cartas que destacan la importancia que se le da a determinados hechos y experiencias.

PROGRAMA DEL CURSO (Parte 1)

UNIT 1. FASHION

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Comparison of adjectives and adverbs
    2. Not as…as
  2. Theme/Lexical focus
    1. Fashion/Fashion nouns & verbs
    2. Fashion adjectives
  3. Functional focus – Shopping for clothes: Can I try it on? etc.
  4. Writing task
    1. Write an email to a friend recommending a shop where you have bought clothes. Explain why it’s worth visiting.

UNIT 2. LANGUAGE LEARNING AND LIVING ABROAD

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Present tense review
    2. Adverbs
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Living abroad/Language learning
  3. Functional focus – Apologising
  4. Writing task
    1. Imagine you have moved to live in another country for a year. Write a letter or email to a friend describing your new life.

UNIT 3. EXTREME SPORTS

  1. Grammar focus – Present Perfect Simple and Continuous
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Extreme sports
  3. Functional focus – Asking for opinions
  4. Writing task – Write a letter showing interest in an extreme sport, asking for information.

UNIT 4. HERITAGE

  1. Grammar focus – Past Tense review including used to and would
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Archaeology/ Historical
  3. Functional focus – Making recommendations
  4. Writing task – Write a magazine article describing a visit to a site of historical interest.

UNIT 5. ADVERTISING

  1. Grammar focus – So/such/too/enough
  2. Theme/Lexical focus
    1. Advertising
    2. Advertising nouns and verbs
  3. Functional focus – Expressing disbelief
  4. Writing task – Write a report comparing two advertising campaigns you have seen

UNIT 6. TECH WORLD

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Conditionals review
    2. Unless
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Computers & the Internet/Technology nouns and verbs
  3. Functional focus – Giving warnings
  4. Writing task
    1. Write an essay describing how life would be different if you didn’t have The technology you do have.

UNIT 7. THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Future tenses
    2. Future perfect
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Animals & plants/Describing animals and plants
  3. Functional focus – Making suggestions
  4. Writing task – Write an article suggesting how we can stop animals from becoming extinct.

UNIT 8. RELATIONSHIPS AND FAME

  1. Grammar focus – Phrasal verb focus
  2. Theme/Lexical focus
    1. Prizes and celebrity
    2. Culture/Relationships
  3. Functional focus – Starting and finishing conversations
  4. Writing task
    1. ‘Too many people these days want to be famous.’
    2. Do you agree?

UNIT 9. INVENTIONS AND CREATIVITY

  1. Grammar focus – The passive
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Inventions
  3. Functional focus – Expressing ability
  4. Writing task
    1. ‘What are the three most important inventions ever made?’ Write an article comparing three great inventions.

UNIT 10. CHILDHOOD AND RULES

  1. Grammar focus – Modals: obligation, necessity, permission
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Childhood/Childhood verbs
  3. Functional focus – Asking for and giving permission
  4. Writing task
    1. ‘Children need rules.’
    2. Write an essay saying whether you agree with this statement.

PROGRAMA DEL CURSO (Parte 2)

UNIT 1. WONDERS OF THE BRAIN

  1. Grammar focus – Modals: speculation and deduction
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Wonders of the brain/Verbs of thinking
  3. Functional focus – Reminding someone to do something
  4. Writing task – Write a story about a time when you forgot to do something very important.

UNIT 2. MUSIC TO MY EARS

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Countable and uncountable nouns
    2. Articles
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Music/ Types of music
  3. Functional focus – Expressing preferences
  4. Writing task
    1. Write a review of either a concert that you have been to recently or a CD that you have bought recently.

UNIT 3. NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Reported speech
    2. Linking words
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – The news/The media
  3. Functional focus – Interviews
  4. Writing task – ‘Over fifty percent of what is in the news is unimportant.’ Do you agree?

UNIT 4. CRACKING THE CODE

  1. Grammar focus – Relative pronouns & clauses
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Codes & Puzzles/Games
  3. Functional focus – Expressing agreement and disagreement
  4. Writing task – What are the pros & cons of playing computer games?

UNIT 5. RIGHT AS RAIN

  1. Grammar focus – Modals: advice and suggestions
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Healthy living/Being healthy
  3. Functional focus – Giving and responding to advice
  4. Writing task – Describe the pros and cons of being a vegetarian.

UNIT 6. PARTY ON!

  1. Grammar focus – Gerunds & infinitives
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Celebrations & festival/verbs
  3. Functional focus – Making & responding to invitations and arrangements
  4. Writing task
    1. Write an email to a penfriend in another country describing a local festival where you live.

UNIT 7. HOBBIES OR PASTIMES?

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Mixed conditionals
    2. Third conditional
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Hobbies
  3. Functional focus – Showing interest
  4. Writing task – Write a letter to a friend persuading them to come on an activity weekend with you.

UNIT 8. THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM

  1. Grammar focus – Concessive clauses and complex sentences
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Wild weather/ Natural disasters
  3. Functional focus – Asking for clarification
  4. Writing task – Write a covering letter for a NGO

UNIT 9. ON THE RUN

  1. Grammar focus
    1. Quantifiers as determiners
    2. Causative structures
    3. Linkers
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Crime/Crimes (nouns & verbs)
  3. Functional focus – Expressing regrets
  4. Writing task – Write a report suggesting ways of reducing levels of crime in your town.

UNIT 10. KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILY

  1. Grammar focus – Phrasal verb focus
  2. Theme/Lexical focus – Family and history/Family phrasal verbs
  3. Functional focus – Expressing congratulations
  4. Writing task – Write an article describing the person who has most affected your life.

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