Titulación Profesional

Modalidad
Online
Duración
200 horas
Titulación
IOE

Descripción del Curso o Máster

Bonificable
Empresas
Diploma
Universitario
Temario
Multimedia

Actualmente cuando se estudia un idioma es muy importante que el alumno desarrolle todas las destrezas comunicativas con fines académicos, sociales, laborales o personales.

En este programa de inglés A1 y A2 se practican las distintas destrezas comunicativas y, además, se aprende sobre la cultura, la gramática y el vocabulario más utilizado. La finalidad es que el alumno sepa enfrentarse a una situación real en el que requiera el idioma.

Plan de Estudios

 A1 LeveL 1.

 

Unit 1. Nice to meet you.

  • Situations: saying hello.
  • Vocabulary: greetings and saying goodbye.
  • Grammar: personal pronouns, verb to be: affirmative, negative, interrogative.
  • Vocabulary: countries and nationalities.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.
  • Phonetics.

 

Unit 2. Family life.                                                                                                      

  • Situations: my family.
  • Grammar: present simple: affirmative, negative, interrogative, possessive adjectives.
  • Spelling.
  • Vocabulary: the family, short names, colours.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.
  • Phonetics.

 

Unit 3. Guess my job.

  • Situations: work – what do they do? Where do they work?.
  • Vocabulary: jobs, the time, etc.
  • Grammar: there is / there are, the article: a / an: indefinite article, the article: the: definite article, wh- question words.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 4. Descriptions. 

  • Situations: who is who?.
  • Vocabulary: adjectives, cardinal numbers.
  • Grammar: present continuous, spelling of verb + ing, demonstratives.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 5. Routines.

  • Situations: daily routine.
  • Vocabulary: routines, time expressions, human body.
  • Grammar: adverbs of frequency, present simple vs. present continuous.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

 

A1 Level 2.

 

Unit 1. About houses.

  • Situations: about houses.
  • Furniture, types of houses, time words and expressions, prepositions of place.
  • Grammar: personal pronouns: object pronouns, can.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 2. They danced and they liked.

  • Situations: roman towns.
  • Grammar: verb to be – past forms, past simple – regular verbs.
  • Vocabulary: public places in a city, directions.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 3. What did you eat?.

  • Situations: last holidays.
  • Grammar: irregular verbs, past simple , countable/uncountable nouns.
  • Vocabulary: food, fruits & vegetables.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 4. A bright future.

  • Situations: future time.
  • Grammar: simple future – will, grammar: future – going to, would you like …..?.
  • Vocabulary: transport, clothes.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 5. Have you been there?.

  • Situations: have you been there?.
  • Grammar: present perfect, adjectives – comparative.
  • Vocabulary: sports, animals.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

 

A2 Level 1.

 

Unit 1. A new start. 

  • Situations: an e-mail to a friend.
  • Grammar: present simple, present continuous, present simple vs present continuous.
  • Vocabulary: the time, points in time.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 2. When did they begin?.

  • Situations: when did they begin?.
  • Grammar: past simple, regular and irregular verbs, past continuous, possession.
  • Vocabulary: verb phrases, music.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

 

Unit 3. Better than you. 

  • Situations: adjectives.
  • Grammar: comparative, superlatives, relative pronouns.
  • Vocabulary: physical appearance: hair and eyes, personality adjectives.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

 

Unit 4. What have you bought?. 

  • Situations: famous people.
  • Grammar: present perfect, past participle, particles used with present perfect tenses, present perfect vs past simple.
  • Vocabulary: clothes, about clothes.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 5. The future is now. 

  • Situations: future arrangements.
  • Grammar: the future: going to, the future: present continuous, the future: will.
  • Vocabulary: the body, the human body: inside organs, the weather.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

A2 Level 2.

 

Unit 1. Getting active. 

  • Situations: all england trophy cup.
  • Grammar: first conditional, the zero conditional, verb + -ing.
  • Vocabulary: sports, sports accesories, leisure and free time.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 2. Would you survive?.

  • Situations: would you survive?.
  • Grammar: how to use would, would you like…? / i’d like… second conditional, indefinite pronouns.
  • Vocabulary: animals.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 3. Yes, we can.

  • Situations: robodog.
  • Grammar: modal verbs: can/can’t – could/couldn’t, could – polite request, to be able to, prepositions of movement.
  • Vocabulary: kitchen appliances, in the street.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 4. We have to buy some.

  • Situations: signs and rules.
  • Grammar: modal verbs: obligation: have to, modal verbs: obligation: must, have to vs. Must, quantifiers.
  • Vocabulary: food, meals.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

Unit 5 . It is finished.

  • Situations: objects are important.
  • Grammar: the passive voice, verb tenses in active and in passive voice, past perfect.
  • Vocabulary: medical terms, health and illness.
  • Listening.
  • Reading.
  • Writing.

 

 

 

Objetivos del Curso o Máster

  • Introducir la lengua inglesa con confianza para principiantes en el idioma.
  • Abordar temas de la vida cotidiana y del ámbito profesional en el Reino Unido.
  • Desarrollar todas las destrezas: la lectura, la escritura, la audición y  gramática con actividades prácticas.

@IOE Business School 2017

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