INGLÉS PREADOLESCENTES

El curso para Preadolescentes que corresponde a los primeros niveles el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las lenguas (Crawlers, Walkers, Runners, Flyers) para edades entre los 11 a 13 años, con el cual los estudiantes se preparan para rendir los exámenes internacionales correspondientes a los niveles A1, A2, B1, B2 y C1 y usar las destrezas del idioma dentro de estos niveles, en el cual puede relacionarse y comunicarse sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas o habituales de forma elemental.  

 

METODOLOGÍA

Se basa en Content-Based Instruction (CBI), que ayuda a usar el idioma en diferentes áreas y contextos a través de la involucración de contenidos de acuerdo con los intereses y realidades de los estudiantes. Al igual que Communicative Approach que pone énfasis en la comunicación en la lengua extranjera a través de la interacción. De igual forma, Community Language Learning, mediante un  enfoque que refiere al input y al filtro afectivo, donde se activa al estudiante a implicarse en actos de comunicación, desarrollando las cuatro destrezas en dos áreas, basic personal communicative skills (adquisición) y academic learning (aprendiza) y por último, las actividades de Total Physical Response (TPR) las actividades de expresión oral con alumnos jóvenes pueden incluir el uso de canciones, diálogos, cantos y expresiones fijas que los alumnos pueden practicar en diferentes situaciones Suggestopedia eliminando barreras que se establecen al aprender (inhibición)., se facilita el aprendizaje, si proporcionando una atmósfera cómoda y relajada.

Aplica para:

 Pre-adolecentes de 11 a 13 años.

Modalidad:

Virtual

Horarios:

De Lunes a Viernes

15h00 a 16h00

16h00 a 17h00

Sábados

08h00 a 13h00

Título que otorga:

Certificado de Aprobación C1 de Acuerdo al Marco Común Europeo de referencia para lenguas.

CONTENIDOS 

TIME ZONES 1

  1. What’s your favorite band? 

Wh -questions: what and who

What´s his favorite movie?

Who´s her favorite singer?

What´s your favorite…?

  1. Monkeys are Amazing

Adjetives:

Are monkeys quiet?

Jaguars are big.

Frogs are noisy.

Parrots are beautiful.

  1. Where´s the shark?

Asking for quantity an location:

How many fish are there?

Where´s the crab?

Is the crab on the rock?

Prepositions of place: in, on,

under, between, in front of, behind, next to

  1. This is my family

Family members and relationships: Verb to have

She has a brother.

I have two sisters.

Do they have any cousins?

Do you have any brothers and sisters?

  1. I like fruit!

Expressing likes and dislikes:

I like chips. I don´t like onions.

They like rice, but they don´t like sandwiches.

She doesn´t like vegetables.

Do you like juice?

  1. What time do you go to school?

Simple present:

School (always) starts at 8.

Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, sometimes, never.

Asking about time?

What time does school start?

What time do you get up?

  1. Can squirrels ski?

Expressing ability: can, cannot.

What can you do?

Can elephants swim?

  1. How much is this T- Shirt?

Phrases for buying and selling:

How much is …? It is …. dollars.

Would you like this baseball cap?

Yes, I would.

Would you like these sneakers?

No, I´d like those.

I´d like that T-shirt, please.

  1. What are you doing?

Present progressive:

I am chatting with a friend.

Are they watching a movie?

What are you doing?

  1. What´s the weather like?

Weather – related vocabulary:

Cold, dry

rainy, 30 degrees

  1. I went to Australia!

Simple past:

I had a great time.

He stayed at home

What did you do?

Did you go to the museum?

  1. What do you usually do for New Year´s

Expressing time: in, on, during

I went to a festival during the holidays.

What did you do on New Year´s?

What did you do in summer?

Recycling past tense:

We went to a party.

I visited my family.

TIME ZONES 2 

  1. What do you like to do?

Asking about activities:

What do you like to do?

Do you like to play tennis?

Expressing time and frequency:

How often do you exercise?

When do you have class?

Adverbs of  frequency:

Once, twice, three times a week

  1. What does she look like?

Asking about and describing physical appearance:

What do you look like?

She has long hair.

He has brown eyes.

Adjetives:

Short/ long/ straight/ curly hair/ green/ brown eyes/medium height

  1. I bought new shoes!

Time expressions:

recently

last weekend

las year

just

two days ago

What´s the coldest place on earth?

Superlatives:

What´s the tallest mountain in the world?

The world’s Longest…

  1. Are cats better pets than dogs?

Comparatives:

Which are more playful, rabbits or turles?

Cuter

Bigger

Friendlier

Better

Worse

More playful than

  1. I really like electronic music!

Asking for and expressing opinions:

Do you like rock?

What kind of music do you like best?

Which do you like better?

I love it.

I cant´t stand it.

I like rap better.

  1. Whas´s for dinner?

Quantifiers:

Some

Any

  1. You should see a doctor!

Asking for and giving advice:

What should I do?

You should take some medicine.

You shouldn´t go to school.

Why don´t you see a doctor? 

  1. I often skate after school.

Comparing present progressive and present simple:

I am studying in school.

I always study in school.

Adverbs of frequency:

Once in a while, seldom, rarely, hardly ever.

  1. How do you get to the mall?

Asking for and giving directions:

Where´s the museum?

How do you get to the park?

Go straight down this street.

Turn left / right

Prepositions of place:

Between, behind, across from,

in front of, next to, on the corner of

  1. What were you doing?

Comparing the past progressive and the past simple:

Where you eating when she called?

What were you doing last night?

I was going down the stairs when I fell.

  1. We´re going to volunteer!

Future with present simple:

I´m going to volunteer.

What are you going to do?

When is the charity fair?

The charity event is tomorrow.

TIME ZONES 3

  1. Which one is Justin?

Relative clauses: the one who´s good at (+ What is he like? What are they like?)

  1. I´d like to be a pilot.

Relative clauses: that lets + object + verb (+ want to be/do or would like + verb) 

  1. Please don´t free the monkeys.

Imperatives (rules)

Have to (obligation)

Can (permission) 

  1. How do sloths move?

Adjectives

Adverbs

 I´m meeting Friends later.

Present progressive and simple present for the future 

  1. What will Earth be like in the future?

Future with Will (predictions)

More, less, fewer

Relative clauses: When?

 When did it happen?

Past tense within, ago, during, for, and from … to

  1. Have you ever been to a festival?

Present perfect with ever and before

  1. Phones used to be much bigger.

Used to 

  1. They´ve found a fossil.

Present perfect

Simple past 

  1. Buy one, get one free!

First conditional 

  1. Which is the biggest planet?

Tense review