Nuestros Cursos de ingles – Programa


Programa de cursos de ingles

En cada nivel de nuestros cursos de ingles hemos diseñado cuidadosamente un programa de estudios que satisface la exigencia de los estudiantes y se adapta al mercado laboral. En un ambiente positivo y relajante, el profesor funge como facilitador para que los estudiantes produzcan.

A medida que avanzan en cada nivel, nuestros alumnos corroboran su progreso por la capacidad de hablar, escribir, escuchar y pensar en inglés de manera integral e interactiva.

DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PROGRAMA

Se imparten dos tipos de cursos:

Estas horas se complementan con 10 horas de club de conversación semanal.

El programa completo consta de cinco niveles (principiante – intermedio I – intermedio II – avanzados – conversacional), los cuales se imparten utilizando el método Open Mind y Master Mind de la editorial MACMILLAN.

En los cuatro primeros niveles se trabaja de forma combinada la gramática y la conversación, con el fin de brindar al estudiante las bases necesarias para producir y comprender satisfactoriamente. En el quinto y último nivel se enfatiza el desarrollo de las habilidades de conversación.

Durante el desarrollo del curso el estudiante realiza como mínimo, dos pruebas escritas y orales, las cuales han sido elaboradas en forma colegiada por la Institución.

Introducción:

  • Important phrases, alphabet, greetings, titles, days of the week, month of the year, articles, seasons, pronouns, verbs, sentences, demonstratives, determiners, perpositions, colors, shapes, adjectives, the body, pronouns, illnesses.

Level 1

  • Verb be – statements (at + time), yes/no questions, Verb be – information question, Subject pronons (in + month, on + date), articles an and a, possessive nouns – ‘s and s’, simple present – statements and yes/no questions, Simple present – information questions (Third person singular spelling rules be + adjective), Frequency adverbs, Clauses with until, before, after, there is/there are with some, any, several, a lot, many, should, present progressive, present progressive vs. Simple present (spelling rules for -ing verbs), can/can’t – ability, can/can’t with adverbs of manner (Spelling rules for forming regular/irregular adverbs), this , that, these, those Comperative adjectives (singular/plural nouns), Count and noncount nouns with some, any, Verb phrases, Simple past – affirmative statements, simple past – questions and negative statements (spelling rules for simple past regular verbs), regular/irregular verbs, Simple past with when clauses, Object pronouns, present progressive as future going to

Level 2

  • review of simple past/past progressive (irregularsimple past verbs), prepositions at, by, about, in, when and while, comparatives with as … as/ not as… as, superlatives (spelling rules for forming superlative adjectives/ irregular superlative adjectives), Possessive pronouns and whose Modals of permission and request, present perfect – ever/never, present perfect – how long/for/since, present perfect vs. Simple past, Modals of advice and warning, direct and indirect objects, separable phrases verbs with direct objects, preposition + indirect object, too/(not)… enough/really/very, How much/How many and quantifiers, phrases of preference, negative yes/no questions, will and going to, Modals of possibility – may might, will, present tense with future meaning, Modals of offer – can/could/will, simple present passive, simple past passive (by + agent), zero and first conditionals, review of future forms

Level 3

  • present perfect + yet/already, Used to…, too/eighter, so/neighter, article the vs. no article, indirect questions, have/get something done, have/get + indirect object, past participles, reported speech, reported questions (say/tell + object, ask if/whether), second conditional, hope and wish, Modals of deduction – might/must/could/can’t, Tag questions (be + noun/adjective/verb -ing), past perfect, Verb + gerund/infinitive, It’s + adjective + infinitive, wish for regets, Subject relative clauses, Object relative clauses (relative pronouns – who, that, which, where), should/shouldn’t have, was/were going to, gerund phrases as subject and object, separable and nonseparable phrasal verbs

Level 4

  • Indirect questions.Review of past tense and present perfect, Passives-present, past, future and modal. Relative clauses including contact clauses. Gerunds. Conditionals zero, first and second, Multi-word verbs. Used to and Would, Past Perfect. Review of past tenses, Past reported speech:, statements and questions, Order of adjectives. Aspects of quantifiers, Expressing obligation / necessity.Prepositions and present participle time expressions, Third Conditional., Expressing wishes., Would have, should have, could have. Past modals for deduction: could have, might have, may have, must have, can’t have. Future progressive vrs future simple. Connectors, Future perfect. Future forms

Level 5

  • En este nivel no se utiliza ningún libro ya que está enfocado a la conversación mediante actividades que le permitan al estudiante hablar, discutir, expresar sus opiniones, etc.
  • Profesor por un día
  • Presentaciones Creativas
  • Debates
  • Mesas redondas
  • Sesión de discución
  • Currículum
  • Entrevista laboral
  • Presentación espontánea
  • Presentaciones Creativas
  • Presentación Final

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