El nivel básico consta de cuatro cursos de 40 horas cada uno.
Los participantes analizarán y activaran su propio conocimiento sobre las diferentes áreas lingüísticas del inglés a través de actividades de software interactivo. Se plantearan los retos personales alcanzar en la construcción de nuevo conocimiento mediante la dosificación de la nueva información bajo las practicas pedagógicas pertinentes.
Que los participantes dominen el nivel léxico estructural de la lengua inglesa a un nivel A2, aunado al manejo de competencias y habilidades requeridas en las habilidades receptoras y productoras.
Público en general.
To be• To have• Present simple• Present progressive • Past simple• Future (present progressive for arrangements,“going to” for intentions and predicting thefuture based on present evidence, will fordecisions taken at that moment)• Can (ability/permission) / could (permissionor request)• Must / mustn’t• Would like • Prepositions of place• Prepositions of movement• Prepositions of time• Have got• Indefinite article• Possessive adjectives and pronouns• Demonstrative adjectives• Personal pronouns (subject)• Personal pronouns (object)• Plurals (regular, irregular)• There is/there are• Some/any• Countable/uncountable nouns• Possessive “s” • Much/many/a lot of• Like / love / enjoy / hate + -ing• Frequency adverbs• Comparatives and superlatives• Imperatives• Basic adverbs (slowly / quickly, etc.)• Good / well• And, but, or• Present time expressions: every day, onMondays, now, at the moment, in this period• Past time expressions: ago, in the 80s, lastMonday, yesterday, yesterday evening / last and Night.•Present Progressive – verbs not used in thisform• Past Progressive• Past Progressive and Past Simple contrasted• Future Will• Use of Shall ..I? / Shall we …?• Modals: permission (may, can, could)• Modals – shall (offers and suggestions),should (advice), have (got) to (obligation),must (obligation), mustn’t (prohibition), need(necessity), needn’t (lack of necessity)• Present Perfect (various uses: How long….? /Have you ever…?• Use of “has been” and “has gone”• Relative pronouns and clauses• Passive (present and past simple)• Compound nouns• Quantitative and indefinite pronouns (one,something, everybody, etc.)• Question tags *All verb tenses, include negatives, questions and short answers.
VOCABULARY / TOPICS
• Alphabet, numbers and colors
• Countries and nationalities• Jobs• Days of the week, months andseasons• Classroom language• Office vocabulary• Rooms and furniture• Parts of the body• Family members• Clothes• Appearance and personality• Food and drink• Music, sports, hobbies• Time• Weather• Holidays and travel• Health/illnesses• Places• Shops• Personal routine• Everyday objects • Town features• Hotels/Restaurants• Workplace / School• Money and shopping• Entertainment
•Introducing yourself and asking questionsabout others• Greeting people / meeting people• Asking and saying what people do• Describing people’s appearance and character• Asking for and giving personal details: age,height, etc.• Describing a place• Describing a photo • Asking for information• Asking and saying how much things are• Ordering a meal• Asking for and telling the time• Asking and telling the day / date• Talking about people’s homes• Talking about likes and dislikes• Talking about routine activities• Talking about the weather• Talking about ability and skills• Talking about one’s health• Talking about the future: arrangements• Asking and saying how often• Asking for and giving directions• Asking and saying what is happening• Asking and saying what people arewearing/doing• Asking and saying what people usuallywear/do• Asking and saying how you feel• Describing objects and giving information(shape, size, weight, color, )• Talking about the past• Making comparisons• Expressing preferences and giving opinions(like / don’t like / I think)• Asking for permission• Talking about one’s holidays• Basic telephone language• Writing a postcard• Recognition and interpretation of simplenotices and instructions• Filling in of simple forms with personal information. Writing a short description of a personal photo, including where and when it wastaken and why it is liked• Writing short, simple descriptions of people• Giving and accepting advice• Making requests and agreeing and refusingto do things• Asking and answering questions aboutpersonal possessions• Asking for repetition and clarification• Interrupting a conversation• Identifying and describing accommodation• Buying and selling things (costs, amounts)• Following and giving simple instructions• Understanding simple signs and notices• Identifying and describing objects• Speaking on the phone• Expressing purpose, cause and result, givingreasons• Making, granting, refusing simple requests• Expressing and responding to thanks• Giving and responding to invitations, bothspoken and written• Giving warnings and stating prohibitions• Asking/telling people to do something• Expressing obligation and lack of obligation• Making and responding to apologies andexcuses• Expressing agreement, disagreement,contradicting people• Paying compliments• Expressing opinions and making choices• Expressing needs and wants• Expressing (in)ability in the present• Understanding and filling in forms givingpersonal details •writing faxes, emails short and simple formal letters and job application.
Requisitos: Computadora con bocinas, micrófono, cámara web (opcional).