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Curso de Inglés National Geographic Interactivo Básico (a distancia)

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  • Duración: 200 horas
Resumen

Mejorar las destrezas generales del Inglés a nivel oral y escrito.

Temario completo de este curso

"Friends and Family
Meet and introduce people.
Grammar: simple present tense: be; be + adjective. 
Vocabulary: greetings and introductions; family members; adjectives.
Listening: listening for general understanding and specific information. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: talking about your family tree; /r/ sound.
Reading and Writing: “Families around the World”; writing sentences to describe people.

Jobs Around the World
Identify jobs. Talk about countries.
Grammar: be: negative; indefinite article; be + article + adjective + noun.
Vocabulary: jobs; numbers; continents, countries and a cities.
Listening: focused listening; people describing their jobs.
Speaking and Pronunciation: asking for and giving personal information; contractions with be.
Reading and Writing: “Different Farmers”; writing a paragraph to describe a person´s job.

Houses and Apartments
Identify rooms and objects in a house.
Grammar: there is/ there are; prepositions of place. 
Vocabulary: rooms in a house; furniture and household objects.
Listening: listening for general understanding and specific details; people talking about their houses.
Speaking and Pronunciation: describing your house; final –s.
Reading and Writing: “Unusual Houses”; writing descriptions of houses.

Possessions
Identify personal possessions.
Grammar: demonstrative adjectives; possessive nouns; have. 
Vocabulary: personal possessions; electronic products.
Listening: listening for specific information; people proving ownership.
Speaking and Pronunciation: talking about the personal possessions of others; differentiating short i anda long e sounds.
Reading and Writing: “Jewelry”; summarizing a class survey.

Daily Activities
Tell time.
Grammar: simple present tense; adverbs of frequency. 
Vocabulary: daily activities; telling time; professional activities.
Listening: listening for general understanding and specific details; describing a photographer´s work. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: asking and answering questions about work activities; fallling intonation on statements and information questions.
Reading and Writing: “Robots at Work”; writing a job description.

Getting There 
Ask for and give directions.
Grammar: imperatives; have to. 
Vocabulary: city landmarks; directions; ground; transportation.
Listening: listening for specific information; radio ad for a tour. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: ask for and give directions; yes / no questions.
Reading and Writing: “Shackleton´s Epic Journey”; writing a travel journal.

Free time
Identify activities that are happening now.
Grammar: present continuous tense; can. 
Vocabulary: pastimes; games and sports.
Listening: listening for specific information; telephone conversation. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: have a phone conversation; sh and ch sounds.
Reading and Writing: “Sports---Then and Now”; writing sentences about your abilities.
      
Clothes
Identify and buy clothes. Express likes and dislikes.
Grammar: can / could; likes and dislikes. 
Vocabulary: clothes; colors.
Listening: listening for specific details. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: describing people´s clothes; could you.
Reading and Writing: “Chameleon Clothes”; writing about what people are wearing.

Eat well
Order a meal.
Grammar: some / any; how much / how many. 
Vocabulary: food types; meals; count / non-count nouns.
Listening: listening for specific details; conversation to confirm a shopping list. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: planning a dinner; and.
Reading and Writing: “Special days, Special F

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Curso de Inglés National Geographic Interactivo Básico (a distancia)

Curso a Distancia

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Mejorar las destrezas generales del Inglés a nivel oral y escrito.

185 €

Información adicional

Duración: 200 horas

Temario completo de este curso

"Friends and Family
Meet and introduce people.
Grammar: simple present tense: be; be + adjective. 
Vocabulary: greetings and introductions; family members; adjectives.
Listening: listening for general understanding and specific information. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: talking about your family tree; /r/ sound.
Reading and Writing: “Families around the World”; writing sentences to describe people.

Jobs Around the World
Identify jobs. Talk about countries.
Grammar: be: negative; indefinite article; be + article + adjective + noun.
Vocabulary: jobs; numbers; continents, countries and a cities.
Listening: focused listening; people describing their jobs.
Speaking and Pronunciation: asking for and giving personal information; contractions with be.
Reading and Writing: “Different Farmers”; writing a paragraph to describe a person´s job.

Houses and Apartments
Identify rooms and objects in a house.
Grammar: there is/ there are; prepositions of place. 
Vocabulary: rooms in a house; furniture and household objects.
Listening: listening for general understanding and specific details; people talking about their houses.
Speaking and Pronunciation: describing your house; final –s.
Reading and Writing: “Unusual Houses”; writing descriptions of houses.

Possessions
Identify personal possessions.
Grammar: demonstrative adjectives; possessive nouns; have. 
Vocabulary: personal possessions; electronic products.
Listening: listening for specific information; people proving ownership.
Speaking and Pronunciation: talking about the personal possessions of others; differentiating short i anda long e sounds.
Reading and Writing: “Jewelry”; summarizing a class survey.

Daily Activities
Tell time.
Grammar: simple present tense; adverbs of frequency. 
Vocabulary: daily activities; telling time; professional activities.
Listening: listening for general understanding and specific details; describing a photographer´s work. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: asking and answering questions about work activities; fallling intonation on statements and information questions.
Reading and Writing: “Robots at Work”; writing a job description.

Getting There 
Ask for and give directions.
Grammar: imperatives; have to. 
Vocabulary: city landmarks; directions; ground; transportation.
Listening: listening for specific information; radio ad for a tour. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: ask for and give directions; yes / no questions.
Reading and Writing: “Shackleton´s Epic Journey”; writing a travel journal.

Free time
Identify activities that are happening now.
Grammar: present continuous tense; can. 
Vocabulary: pastimes; games and sports.
Listening: listening for specific information; telephone conversation. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: have a phone conversation; sh and ch sounds.
Reading and Writing: “Sports---Then and Now”; writing sentences about your abilities.
      
Clothes
Identify and buy clothes. Express likes and dislikes.
Grammar: can / could; likes and dislikes. 
Vocabulary: clothes; colors.
Listening: listening for specific details. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: describing people´s clothes; could you.
Reading and Writing: “Chameleon Clothes”; writing about what people are wearing.

Eat well
Order a meal.
Grammar: some / any; how much / how many. 
Vocabulary: food types; meals; count / non-count nouns.
Listening: listening for specific details; conversation to confirm a shopping list. 
Speaking and Pronunciation: planning a dinner; and.
Reading and Writing: “Special days, Special F

 
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