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September 2016, Talcahuano

English Course Programme

Teacher: Miss Alicia Railen Fernandez
Level: A2 – B2 Common European Framework

General Objective:

 The student will be able to use English naturally in real situations showing
competence in all the aspects related with the development of proficiency in a

Specific Objectives:

 Develop proficiency in the phonological area of the language, which involves
pronunciation, intonation and fluency.
 Improve the knowledge and practice in the semantic aspect, which involves using
vocabulary accurately and according to the context, situation and register of
 Use phrases, fixed expressions, idiomatic expressions, collocations and phrasal
verbs naturally in accordance with the communication context.
 Develop proficiency in the main aspects of syntaxes which will lead to a correct use
of grammatical structures in real situations both written and spoken.
 Comprehend written and oral texts with basic and complex language.
 Produce oral and written speech using the correct grammatical structures and
vocabulary according with the context and register.

Time assigned per lesson: 60 minutes
Number of sessions: 20 lessons, two sessions per unit.
Material: Monolingual dictionary, Data projector, laptop, internet, English Text Books

past events  Used to  Telling story  Reporting pieces of news Unit 3 Futures Tenses  Guessing about the life in the  Future simple future  Be + Going to  Speaking about future  Present continuous arrangements  Present simple  Writing future plans  Making arrangements  Expressing uncertainty  Making predictions about the future Unit 4 Passive Voice  Speaking about actions that have been done.  Passive tenses  Describing completed actions  Passive vs active  Making general statements  By + agent  Understanding Scientific texts Unit 5 Modals Verbs  Asking for permission  Can  Speaking about skills or abilities  Could  Making predictions  May  Speaking about possibilities  Might Will  Giving advice  Would  Asking and giving permission . Unit 2 Past Tenses  Describing past events  Past simple  Talking about how you have  Past continuous changed  Past perfect  Talking about past habits  Past perfect  Reading and listening about continuous. Contents UNITS Grammar Functions Unit 1 Present tenses  Talking about routines  Present Simple and  Talking about activities continuous  Asking for information  Present Perfect  Talking about things you have  Present perfect been doing recently continuous  Giving information about life experiences  Discussing current events  Listening and reading for specific information about present events.

Unit 6  Conditional Tenses  Speaking about hopes and  Zero conditional wishes.  First Conditional  Talking about hypothetical  Second Conditional situations in the past  Third conditional  Speaking about the future  Speaking about ambitions Unit 7  Reported speech  Speaking about gossip and oral  Verbs say.tell-ask communication.  Reporting what people said  Introducing a new topic  Reporting information Unit 8 Causative  Speaking about actions  Get+ something  Talking about completed done events in the past  Have+ something  Speaking about personal done feelings or states. Unit 9 Verbs patterns  Speaking about likes and  Verb + Gerund dislikes Talking about decisions  Verb+ to infinitive  Speaking about memories  Verb + bare infinitive  Speaking about preferences  Asking for and giving help Unit 10 Adjective + preposition  Describing people Verb + preposition  Describing events  Complaining about situations  Speaking about places and personal experiences.  Must  Expressing obligations and  Shall prohibitions  Should  Speaking about things we  Ought To usually do. .  Verbs starting with  Speaking about getting things get done.