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UNIT 1: Hello


Topics: People. Countries and nationalities.

Vocabulary: Countries. Nationalities.

Grammar: To be. I / my; you / your; he / his; she / her; it / its. Who /

What / Where questions.

Preposition: from (place).

Reading: Dialogues. A letter.

Listening: Dialogues. A letter.

Communication: Meeting people. Favourites. A roleplay.

Writing: An email.

UNIT 2: Meet the Family


Topics: Families

Vocabulary: Numbers. Families. Jobs.

Grammar: To be. We / our; you / your; they / their. How old ...? “A / an”. Possessive ’s.

Prepositions: at; from.

Reading: Dialogues. A family description.

Listening: Numbers game. Dialogues. A family description.

Communication: Talking about families and jobs.

Writing: A family.


UNIT 3: At Home


Topics: Our house. My room.

Vocabulary: Homes. Adjectives. Colours.

Grammar: Have got / has got. The and a / an.

Preposition: in (place).

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: Spelling test. A dialogue.

Communication: Possessions. Telephone numbers.

Writing: A description of a room.


UNIT 4: At School


Topics: Lessons. Projects.

Vocabulary: The alphabet. The classroom. Lessons. Objects.

Grammar: This / that; these / those. Singular and plural nouns.

Preposition: on (place).

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: Spelling game. A dialogue.

Communication: Classroom objects. Lessons. Families. Games.

Writing: My ideal school.


UNIT 5: Going Out


Topics: Where to go. In town.

Vocabulary: Places. Adjectives. Instructions. Food and drink. Shopping.

Grammar: Imperatives. Some / any.

Preposition: near.

Reading: Instructions. Dialogues.

Listening: Instructions. Dialogues.

Communication: Places. Shopping / café situations.

Writing: A description of a place.


UNIT 6: Playing Sport


Topics: My Favourite Sports. A Sports Centre.

Vocabulary: Sports / athletics. Adverbs. Sports facilities; times.

Grammar: Can / can’t (ability). There is / there are.

Prepositions: at, in (time)

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: A dialogue.

Communication: Favourite sports. Ability. Sports facilities; telling the time.

Personal information.

Writing: Completing a form.

UNIT 7: Every Day


Topics: Weekends. Routines.

Vocabulary: Days. Routines.

Grammar: Present Simple.

Prepositions: on, in

Reading: Descriptions. Dialogues.

Listening: Descriptions. Dialogues.

Communication: Days. Routines. Games.

Writing: My school day.


UNIT 8: Free Time


Topics: Relaxing. At the cinema.

Vocabulary: Free time. Frequency (every week). Films.

Grammar: Present Simple questions. Like / don’t like; (noun + ing)

Preposition: to (direction)

Reading: A dialogue. Questions. A survey.

Listening: A dialogue. A survey.

Communication: Hobbies and free time. Films. A discussion.

Writing: A letter.


UNIT 9: Excursions


Topics: Sightseeing. Looking at Photos.

Vocabulary: Places; transport (by bus, on foot). Activities. Clothes.

Grammar: Present Continuous (all forms). Questions.

Prepositions: at, in, on (place).

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: A dialogue.

Communication: Phone conversations. Talking about transport. Clothes.

Writing: Tourist information.



UNIT 10: Wildlife

Topics: At the Wildlife Park. Rare Animals.

Vocabulary: Animals. Adjectives. Parts of Animals.

Grammar: Must / Mustn’t. Subject / Object Pronouns.

Prepositions: next to, near.

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: A dialogue.

Communication: Talking about animals. Rules. Animal quiz.

Writing: A description of an animal.

UNIT 11: Memories

Topics: Do You Remember? My First Memory.

Vocabulary: Months. Ordinal Numbers. Adjectives. Weather. Times.

Grammar: Was / Were (All forms).

Prepositions: on (dates), on, at, in.

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: A dialogue.

Communication: Birthdays. Talking about the past. Telling memories. Times.

Writing: A description of your first school.

UNIT 12: At Night

Topics: Out and About. Staying In.



Vocabulary: Meals. Places. TV Programmes.

Grammar: Was / Were + Time Expressions. There was / There were.

Prepositions: before, after.

Reading: A dialogue.

Listening: A dialogue.

Communication: TV programmes. Day and night people. A night out.

Writing: A personal email.



UNIT 13: Accidents

Topics: Watch Out! Road Safety.

Vocabulary: Emergency Services. Verbs. Road Safety.

Grammar: Past Simple (regular and irregular verbs – all forms)

Prepositions: at, for, off, to, up.

Reading: A story. A road safety article.

Listening: A story. (Story order).

Communication: Comparing emergency service. Telling a story.



Writing: A story.



III- Bibliografía Obligatoria:

  • New Opportunities - Education for Life – Beginner, by Michael Harris and David Mower. Pearson Longman. Modules 1 to 13:

    • Students’ Book

    • Language Powerbook

    • Mini-Dictionary



  • Robin Hood, by John Escott

(Human Interest – Comic Strip). Oxford Bookworms Starters

  • Mystery in London, by Helen Brooke (Crime & Mystery – Interactive). Oxford Bookworms Starters



  • Drive into Danger, by Rosemary Border (Thriller & Adventure – Narrative). Oxford Bookworms Starters

IV- Bibliografía de consulta y/o complementaria:

  • New Opportunities – Beginner, by Michael Harris and David Mower. Pearson Longman. - Mini-Dictionary.



















  • Essential Grammar in Use, by Raymond Murphy. Cambridge University Press.



  • English Sketches 1 – Elementary, by Doug Case and Ken Wilson. Heinemann.



  • Grammar Time 1, by Sandy Jervis. Longman.



  • Grammarway 1, by Jenny Dooley and Virginia Evans. Express Publishing.




Departamento: Inglés

Asignatura: Inglés

Curso: 1ºB Turno Vespertino, Prof Mascotto

Año: 2013

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

  • Adquirir la habilidad de usar el idioma de modo que lleguen a ser capaces de producir mensajes orales y escritos en inglés con el mínimo de fluidez y corrección necesarios para una comunicación eficaz.

  • Apropiarse de la capacidad de lecto-comprensión mediante la utilización de material proveniente de diversas fuentes, y en relación a los temas de interés de los alumnos.

  • Desarrollar la comprensión auditiva a través de un intenso trabajo con material de audio y video.



II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: Present Perfect.

Already / Just / Yet / Still. Recently. How long?

Just. For/since.

Present Perfect vs Past Simple. Prepositions of place.

Writing: a letter of complaint

Speaking: explaining

Unidad 2: Revision of Present Simple, Present Continuous and Simple Past

Adverbs of frequency

Present Simple vs Present Continuous.

Prepositions of time and place.

Descriptions: What ……. Like?

Confusing questions: What does she look like? / What is she like? / What does she like? / How is she? Retelling



Unidad 3: Past Continuous

When/ As/ While

Past Continuous vs Past Simple.

Adjectives/Adverbs. Formation of Adverbs

Reading Comprehension. Listening Skills

Writing: a narrative

Speaking: making a witness statement

Unidad 4: Present Perfect and Past Simple

Present Perfect and Present Simple

Linking words.

Reading Comprehension

Listening Skills

Writing a story for a magazine.

Speaking about recent events.



Unidad 5: Modal verbs

Must / Mustn’t / Have To / Don’t Have To / Should / Shouldn’t / Need to / Had to / Didn’t Have To. Can/Can’t.

Connectors.

Reading Comprehension. Listening Skills

Writing: a story.

Retelling

Unidad 6: Comparatives and superlatives

Linking words.

Writing: emails.

Listening: party dialogues

Unidad 7: Countable and uncountable nouns

Some / any / no / much / many / a lot of / a little / a few



Multi-part verbs.

III- Bibliografía Obligatoria:

- New Opportunities Pre-Intermediate by Michael Harris, David Mower & Anna Sikorzynska

Student´s and Workbook. Pearson Longman.

-Readers: ‘The picture of Dorian Gray’ by Oscar Wilde

Hamlet’ by William Shakespeare



-Short stories: ‘Way up to heaven’ by Roal Dahl

-Audio: New Opportunities Pre-Intermediate

IV- Bibliografía de consulta y/o complementaria:

-Audio: ‘Hamlet’

-Canciones

-Newspaper articles

COLEGIO NACIONAL DE BUENOS AIRES


DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLÉS, 2013

PROGRAMA DE 1º AÑO , NIVEL C - TURNO VESPERTINO


PROFESORA: FABIANA SANTAMARINA

EXPECTATIVAS DE LOGRO:

Que la/os estudiantes:



  • reconozcan y comprendan comunicativamente las estructuras gramaticales y el vocabulario desarrollado en las diferentes unidades de trabajo, tanto en instancias escritas como auditivas.

  • interaccionen utlizando dichos items gramaticales y de vocabulario comunicativa y fluidamente, tanto de manera oral como escrita.





















  • aborden textos sin adaptación y de diferentes fuentes (textos literarios, artículos de diarios, literatura científica o de negocios) pudiendo obtener información general y específica de los mismos.

  • desarrollen paulatinamente estrategias que les permitan el seguimiento de una exposición, la participación en la clase y la toma de apuntes durante la misma.

  • generen vínculos positivos de trabajo en el grupo y con el docente.

LIBRO DE TEXTO:

New Opportunities, Education for Life - Upper-Intermediate (Michael Harris, David Mower, Anna Sikorzynska). Pearson Longman.

UNIDADES DE TRABAJO:

  • UNIDAD 1 - REVISION (“New Opportunities, Education for Life”- Upper Intermediate. Students’ Book: Module 1 - Lesson 2 / “Real Reading 2”, Unit 10: “What’s in the news?” / “Intermediate Language Practice”, Units 4 and 5. Past Tenses).

. Grammar Focus: general revision of past and present tenses / Modals for making deductions about the present and about the past (may, might, must, could / may, might, must, could + have + past participle / obligations and recommendations (should / must / have to).

. Vocabulary: Newspapers: headlines, captions and news stories / vocabulary in the news: football, sports, banking, personal relationships.

. Reading: Newspaper articles: “What’s in The News?” (“Real Reading 2”, Unit 10. Cambridge English Skills).

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Speaking: exchanging personal information / asking and answering questions / giving information about you / re-telling / expressing views and opinions.

  • UNIDAD 2 (“New Opportunities, Education for Life”- Upper Intermediate. Students’ Book: Module 1 / “Intermediate Language Practice”, Units 2, 3, 6 and 7. Present Tenses).

. Grammar Focus: Simple Present, Present Progressive, Present Perfect (with all their notions) / Simple Past / Past Progressive / Past Perfect / Determiners.

. Vocabulary: Personality / Identity / National Identity. Word-building (nouns and adjectives).

. Reading: “Autobiography” / “A Sherlock Holmes Story”, the first part / Web page articles and biography of Ray Bradbury.

. Listening: people talking about personality / A presentation of myself: “Richard’s Presentation”.

. Speaking: A short presentation about yourself / a friend / a relative. National Identity. Expressing preferences. Expressing views and ideas on readings.


  • UNIDAD 3 (“New Opportunities, Education for Life”- Upper Intermediate. Students’ Book: Module 2 / “Intermediate Language Practice”, Units 8 and 9. The Future).

. Grammar Focus: Past Perfect Progressive / Present Perfect Progressive: Progressive vs Simple tenses / The Future: going to, will / Articles (the / a-an / zero article).

. Vocabulary: laughter / collocations (verb + adverb; adjective + noun; verb + adjective; verb +

noun) / multi-part verbs.

. Reading: headlines and newspaper stories / A Comic Novel: “High Fidelity” by Nick Hornby / a

book review.

. Extensive Reading: “Prologue and Epilogue”, “The Other Foot”, “The Last Night of The World” by Ray Bradbury (from “The Illustrated Man”).

. Video: “Dr Who”, a TV series (BBC, 2005).

. Listening: “High Fidelity” by Nick Hornby / a TV programme / a joke / a sketch / a presentation about comedy films.

. Speaking: making a formal presentation (a topic presentation) / asking for opinions / agreeing - disagreeing / re-telling / expressing views and opinions / predicting.

. Writing: A Book Review; A Funny /Not A Very Funny Anecdote. Review Modules 1-2.



DISTRIBUCIÓN DEL TIEMPO:

1er Trimestre - Unidad 1 .

2do trimestre - Unidad 2.

3er Trimestre - Unidad 3.



EVALUACIÓN:

CRITERIOS:

Las expectativas de logro propuestas / el tiempo real de clase asignado, la profundidad y la práctica realizada sobre los distintos items en las unidades de trabajo / la respuesta del grupo de estudiantes a los distintos items gramaticales y de vocabulario presentados (logros y dificultades).

INSTRUMENTOS:

Trabajo oral en clase (grupal, en pares e individual) / asignación de tareas a realizarse en el hogar (entregadas para su corrección - trabajo individual o en grupos) / asignación y presentación de trabajos prácticos especiales (trabajo invidual, en pares o grupal) / evaluaciones escritas individuales.

BIBLIOGRAFÍA:

. De lectura del alumno / de trabajo en clase:



  • “New Opportunities, Education for Life”, Upper-Intermediate. Students’ Book. Michael Harris, David Mower, Anna Sikorzynska. Pearson Longman.

  • “New Opportunities, Education for Life”, Upper-Intermediate. Language Powerbook. Michael Harris, David Mower, Anna Sikorzynska. Pearson Longman

  • “Intermediate Language Practice”, Units 2 to 9. Michael Vince. MacMillan Heinemann.


“Real Reading 2”, Unit 10: “What’s in The News?”. Liz Driscoll. Cambridge English Skills. Cambridge.



  • “The Illustrated Man”, Ray Bradbury. Flamingo Modern Classics.

  • Web page articles.

. De consulta del alumno:

  • Longman’s Learners Dictionary of Contemporary English. Advanced. New Edition. Longman.

  • “Oxford Bilingual Dictionary”. Oxford University Press.

FILMS:

“Dro Who”. TV series. BBC, 2005.




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