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Duración
50 horas

Objetivos

In this block the learner will consolidate the material from the previous Blocks and continue the crossover from B1 to a more solid B2. The course content remains functional and focused entirely on improving learner independence in all areas, especially in real-life situations such as work and leisure, house and home, films and habitual actions etc. In terms of grammatical structures there will be continued revision and extension of the structures in all tenses with emphasis on parts of the language such as more phrasal verbs, idiomatic expressions and the differences between British and American vocabulary. As with the other blocks on the course, there is frequent pronunciation practice and the learner has exposure to long and short sounds, correct regular past tense endings, vowel sounds, elision as well as general vocabulary and sentence level practice. At this point the learner can maintain a conversation with a native speaker on a wider range of subject areas. The variety of exercises not only caters for different learner styles but also guarantees thorough coverage of the topics covered. The block is comprised of a series of interactive exercises such as word-picture association, listening comprehension with realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items.

Duración

50 horas

Unit 1

In this unit students learn to express possibility, deduction and quantity. They study new vocabulary to talk about the weather and common expressions such as: "according to", "waste time", "I expect", "nowadays", "in practice", "a long way to go", "or else", etc. Regarding grammar, students learn how to express probability and possibility with the verbs: "may", "might", "can", "could" and "would". They also focus on modal verbs to talk about deductions and supposition: "can't", "may/might", "must", "hope/wait", and they study the appropriate use of the quantifiers: "plenty", "a few", "a lot of", "hardly any", "enough", "too + adjective", "too much/many".

Students practice listening through a series of short dialogues that have been adapted to the students’ language knowledge and related to the day-to-day life. As for reading comprehension tasks, they consist on a series of interactive exercises throughout the lesson following the instructions given, including filling in the gaps, writing or putting the words in the correct order to make sentences. Thanks to the voice-recognition system in the exercises, students practice speaking and the pronunciation of the words and structures studied in this lesson. Among these activities students find one in which they must dub a short fragment of a movie.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the skills acquired through the lessons.

lans for a year out

Aims: to introduce and learn the structures and vocabulary related to the topic through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. Vocabulary: talking about the weather, everyday expressions such as: ‘according to’, ‘to waste time’, ‘I expect’ and ‘nowadays’ as well as a focus on women’s jobs.

A long way to equality

Aims: to introduce, present and practice the target grammar – modal verbs to express possibility, probability, deduction and supposition – through a series of interactive exercises which include selecting the right picture according to audio stimuli, choosing the right word or option in a set context or listening and repeating sentences. Vocabulary: differences between the verbs ‘think’, ‘expect’, ‘hope’ and ‘wait’ and vocabulary used in the context of equality of rights.

A radio panel game

Aims: to introduce, present and practice the target grammar – quantifiers – through a series of interactive exercises which include selecting the right picture according to audio stimuli, choosing the right word or option in a set context or listening and repeating sentences. Vocabulary: use of ‘too’ and ‘enough’ and terms used in the context of a radio panel game.

We have to send the invitations

Aims: to expand, review and consolidate the grammar, structures and vocabulary covered in the lessons through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: talking about possibility and probability using the modal verbs: ‘may’, ‘might’, ‘can’, ‘could’ and ‘would’, modal verbs for deduction and supposition: ‘can't’, ‘may’, ‘might’ and ‘must’, the quantifiers: ‘plenty of’, ‘a few’, ‘a lot of’, ‘hardly any’ and ‘enough’ and ‘will’ for predictions. Vocabulary: talking about the weather, describing graphics, everyday expressions such e.g. ‘in practice’, ‘a long way to go’, ‘or else’ and women’s jobs. Activities: pronunciation practice at distinguishing sounds, true or false reading comprehension, gap-fill listening comprehension with a real life dialogue and film dubbing exercise and choosing synonymous sentences.

Coming to conclusions - Master class

Students attend a class where the teacher, who speaks only English, asks questions that the students must answer. The student interacts with the teacher through a series of guided dialogues. These dialogues focus on the use of the modal verbs may, might, could, can and must in both the affirmative and negative forms, as well as the following quantifiers: most, nearly all of, plenty of, a great deal of, quite a lot of, etc. After attending the class, students have to complete a series of comprehension questions and the dexway system immediately evaluates their answers. E.g.: pronunciation and writing.

Weather conditions - Additional vocabulary

This lesson provides students with additional materials to expand their knowledge of vocabulary to talk and describe different weather conditions. Vocabulary is presented in context and there are follow-up exercises that provide extended practice.

Equal opportunities - Writing assignment

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 2

In this unit students learn to discuss conditions and their consequences, as well as deal with divergence and rejection of possibilities. They practice vocabulary related to jobs, professions, abilities descriptions and qualities, as well as common expressions such as: "holiday job", "animal lover", "I'm ringing about", "against the rules", "and so on", etc. Moreover, students learn more differences about British English and American English vocabulary. Regarding grammar, the first conditional with "if" and "unless" and the second conditional are explained and practiced. Students also learn reflexive pronouns, the use of "either", "neither", "nor", and useful structures to use in a job interview.

Students practice listening through a series of short dialogues that have been adapted to the students’ language knowledge and related to the day-to-day life. As for reading comprehension tasks, they consist on a series of interactive exercises throughout the lesson following the instructions given, including filling in the gaps, writing or putting the words in the correct order to make sentences. Thanks to the voice-recognition system in the exercises, students practice speaking and the pronunciation of the words and structures studied in this lesson. Among these activities students find one in which they must dub a short fragment of a movie.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the skills acquired through the lessons.

Looking for a temporary job

Aims: to learn and assimilate the structures and vocabulary related to the topic through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. Vocabulary: talking about work, personal qualities and qualifications. Some of the everyday expressions included in this lesson are: ‘don’t panic’, ‘tend to’ and ‘to spoil oneself’.

Spoil yourself!

Aims: to learn and practice the grammar as well as structures and vocabulary covered in the lesson through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: first conditional and the use of ‘if’ and ‘unless’, the presentation of the second conditional for hypothetical or unlikely situations, first and second conditional contrasted, ‘either’, ‘or’, ‘neither’, ‘nor’ and reflexive pronouns. Vocabulary: talking about work, personal qualities and qualifications. Useful phrases in this lesson include: ‘I’m ringing about’, ‘an animal lover’, ‘holiday job’, ‘against the rules’, ‘and so on’ etc. Activities: listen and repeat pronunciation practice, listen and click on the corresponding pictures, choose the correct ending according to the image, complete the sentences with the correct verb tense reading comprehension, fill in the gaps listening comprehension, student-led listening and finish the sentences.

If I were you...

Aims: to review and expand the vocabulary as well as the structures and functions covered so far. Structures and functions: first vs. second conditional, applying for a job and attending interviews. Vocabulary: talking about work, personal qualities and qualifications. British and American English: common vocabulary differences. Activities: pronunciation focus on elision, substitute the British word for the American synonym, error detection and correction, choose the most appropriate word to complete the gaps-fill, real life dialogue film dubbing and choosing synonymous sentences.

Houses - Master class

Students attend a class where the teacher, who speaks only English, asks questions that the students must answer. The student interacts with the teacher through a series of guided dialogues. These dialogues focus on the different types of houses and different lifestyles. After attending the class, students have to complete a series of comprehension questions and the dexway system immediately evaluates their answers. E.g.: pronunciation and writing.

Employment - Writing assignment

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 3

In this unit students learn to narrate a sequence of actions discussing actions in progress in a recent past. They practice vocabulary to describe cities ("crowded", "bustling", etc) and common expressions like: "to dress up", "to be crazy about", "second hand", "give up smoking", "within walking distance", "just a minute", "by the way", "just in case", etc. Students also learn some more differences between American and British English. Regarding grammar, they follow an explanation and extended practice of the present perfect continuous and the adverbs "after", "while", "before", and students learn to contrast the different verb tenses for the past and the present perfect simple and continuous with adverbs and linkers such as: "since", "for", "before", "after", "during", "as soon as", "while", "until", "when", "as", etc.

Students practice listening through a series of short dialogues that have been adapted to the students’ language knowledge and related to the day-to-day life. As for reading comprehension tasks, they consist on a series of interactive exercises throughout the lesson following the instructions given, including filling in the gaps, writing or putting the words in the correct order to make sentences. Thanks to the voice-recognition system in the exercises, students practice speaking and the pronunciation of the words and structures studied in this lesson. Among these activities students find one in which they must dub a short fragment of a movie.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the skills acquired through the lessons.

Working with animals

Aims: to learn and acquire the structures and vocabulary related to the topic through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. Vocabulary: adjectives, talking about cities e.g. bustling and crowded, everyday expressions e.g. ‘rush hour’, ‘newspaper stall’, ‘to dress up’, ‘crazy about’, ‘second hand’ and ‘give up smoking’.

A solitary child

Aims: to learn and practice grammar as well as some more structures, functions and vocabulary through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: present perfect continuous, ‘after’, ‘while’, ‘before’ + continuous tenses, contrasting the usage of the present perfect, present perfect continuous and past simple tenses, time expressions e.g. ‘since’, ‘for’, ‘before’, ‘after’, ‘during’, ‘as soon as’, ‘while’, ‘until’, ‘when’ and ‘as’. Vocabulary: everyday expressions e.g. ‘let me see’, ‘within walking distance’, ‘just a minute’, ‘by the way’ and ‘just in case’ and directions. Activities: student-led listening, gap fill to complete the sentences with the correct verb form, listening practice with sentence/image association, listen and repeat, sentence construction, true or false reading comprehension, listening to fill the gaps, correct the errors and choose the appropriate word to fill the gap.

I have not seen him for ages

Aims: to review and consolidate grammar as well as the structures and vocabulary covered in the lesson. Structures and functions: present perfect simple vs. present perfect continuous, time expressions e.g. ‘before’, ‘after’, ‘during’, ‘as soon as’, ‘while’, ‘until’, ‘when’ and ‘as’, narrating a series of events and responding to situations. Vocabulary: shops and places of interest. Activities: pronunciation practice to distinguish '-sh’ sounds, listen and repeat, listen and choose the corresponding sound, gap fill, choose the correct word, error detection and correction, fill the gaps with the correct verb form, order the pictures according to the story for listening comprehension, real life dialogue film dubbing and choosing synonymous sentences.

Conditions - Master class

Students attend a class where the teacher, who speaks only English, asks questions that the students must answer. The student interacts with the teacher through a series of guided dialogues. These dialogues focus on talking about life situations and weather conditions and how those would affect their lives. Students practice the use of would. After attending the class, students have to complete a series of comprehension questions and the dexway system immediately evaluates their answers. E.g.: pronunciation and writing.

Building a bear sanctuary - Reading comprehension

In this lesson students read and listen to a written passage of text that shows a piece of news on the constructions of a bear sanctuary in Romania. These questions follow a sequential order and elicit students' skills on active reading. Readers are asked to peruse the passage for the general meaning, particular details and logical inferences. The suggested activities comprise multiple-choice and true/false questions as well as matching statements with their corresponding sections. By practicing active and effective reading students acquire strong cognitive skills such as attention, auditory analysis, sound blending, sound segmenting, memory, processing speed and visualisation.

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 4

In this unit students learn to describe different moods, to emphasize and to express previous and recent past. They revise and consolidate vocabulary about bargains and shopping centres, as well as common expressions like: "bargain", "pick up", "complain", "agree with", "be able to afford", "it won't show", "it's not worth it", "be in somebody's shoes", "my goodness", "indeed", etc. Students learn adjectives such as: "amused", "thrilled", "amazed", "surprised", "annoying", etc. Regarding grammar, they study the past perfect and the past perfect continuous, the differences between the adjectives ended in "-ed" and "–ing", as well as the use of the structures "so" + adjective and "such" + adjective + noun.

Students practice listening through a series of short dialogues that have been adapted to the students’ language knowledge and related to the day-to-day life. As for reading comprehension tasks, they consist on a series of interactive exercises throughout the lesson following the instructions given, including filling in the gaps, writing or putting the words in the correct order to make sentences. Thanks to the voice-recognition system in the exercises, students practice speaking and the pronunciation of the words and structures studied in this lesson. Among these activities students find one in which they must dub a short fragment of a movie.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the skills acquired through the lessons.

It's a bargain! Making a complaint

Aims: to learn and acquire the structures and vocabulary related to the topic through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. Vocabulary: useful expressions e.g.: ‘bargain’, ‘package’, ‘to pick up’, ‘to complain’, ‘to agree with’ and ‘to be able to afford’ as well as adjectives: amused, thrilled, amazed, surprised, annoying, etc.

A very good read

Aims: to learn and practice the grammar as well as some more structures and vocabulary through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: ‘-ed’ and ‘-ing’ adjectives, presentation of the past perfect and past perfect continuous, ‘so’ + adjective and ‘such’ + adjective + noun. Vocabulary: useful phrases e.g.: ‘to put things right’, ‘to be in somebody’s shoes’, ‘it’s not worth it’, ‘it won’t show’, ‘My goodness!’, ‘Indeed’ etc and shopping. Activities: association of words with corresponding pictures, gap fill with the past perfect, student-led listening, choose the appropriate verb to fill the gaps, true or false reading and listening comprehension, multiple choice listening comprehension, listen, repeat and choose the correct adjective according to the picture.

An amazing concert

Aims: to review and consolidate the structures and vocabulary related to the lesson through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: ‘-ed’ and ‘-ing’ adjectives, past perfect and past perfect continuous, ‘so’ + adjective and ‘such’ + adjective + noun. Vocabulary: shopping. Activities: Pronunciation practice at distinguishing 'ch’ and 'dz´ sounds, write the appropriate word to fill the gaps, listen and choose the corresponding sound, grammar practice with writing ‘-ed’ or ‘-ing’ adjectives to finish the sentences, read and complete the text with the appropriate verb tense, real life dialogue and film dubbing and choosing synonymous sentences.

Technology - Master class

Students attend a class where the teacher, who speaks only English, asks questions that the students must answer. The student interacts with the teacher through a series of guided dialogues. These dialogues focus on talking about new technology devices and their features. Students practice the use of would. After attending the class, students have to complete a series of comprehension questions and the dexway system immediately evaluates their answers. E.g.: pronunciation and writing.

Modern device - Writing assignment

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 5

This unit is a revision of the previous lessons: verb tenses, gerunds and infinities, question tags, etc. There is an extended practice of direct and indirect speech (reported speech) with the verbs say and tell and with common expressions, for example: to let someone down, to meet someone's eyes, to bump into someone, etc. There is special emphasis on vocabulary related to invitations and offers. Students revise and consolidate the contents of the level through a variety of exercises and activities. Interactive exercises include word/sentence-picture association. Moreover, students attend a class where a teacher poses questions and activities to the student.

Hey, that's swell!

Aims: to be introduced to and assimilate the structures and vocabulary related to the topic through a series of interactive exercises such as word/sentence-picture association, listening comprehension with short, realistic dialogues and student-led listening practice with the vocabulary items. The vocabulary input focuses on useful words and phrases such as: ‘self-centred’, ‘hard’, ‘to be kidding’, ‘stranger’, ‘to get to know’, ‘to let someone down’, ‘chain’ (of shops) and ‘misunderstanding’.

He was no stranger to me

Aims: to introduce, present and practice the target grammar – reported speech – through a series of interactive exercises which include selecting the right picture according to audio stimuli, choosing the right word or option in a set context, rewriting sentences in the reported or direct speech or listening and repeating sentences. Vocabulary: adjectives and phrases used to describe a person.

Have you heard about her son?

Aims: to introduce, present and practice the target grammar – gerunds and infinitives – through a series of interactive exercises which include selecting the right picture according to audio stimuli, choosing the right word or option in a set context, filling in the gaps or listening and repeating sentences. Vocabulary: adverbs of manner.

Why don't you show me around?

Aims: to review and consolidate the grammar as well as the structures and vocabulary covered in the lessons through a series of interactive exercises. Structures and functions: tag questions, gerunds and infinitives, adjectives, reported speech with ‘say’ and ‘tell’ and adverbs. Vocabulary: invitations and offers. Activities: pronunciation practice - click on the correct button depending on the intonation of the question tags, correct the verb tenses, choose the correct word from a list to complete the gaps, listen and complete the gaps in the sentences, real life dialogue film dubbing and choosing synonymous sentences.

Using your judgement - Master class

A practical immersion lesson in which students are present at a real life situation, similar to one they would confront in the language they are learning. This typical situation takes place in a travel agency. Students revise useful phrases and terms to book a business trip. In this lesson the student will revise vocabulary he has been learning in the previous lessons and will be introduced to new vocabulary. For example: hundred, tennis, brogue, etc.

The press - Additional vocabulary

This lesson provides students with additional materials to expand their knowledge of vocabulary on the subject of the press. Vocabulary is presented in context and there are follow-up exercises that provide extended practice.

Modern device - Speaking assignment

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 6

This unit is a revision of the previous lessons: verb tenses, gerunds and infinities, question tags, etc. There is an extended practice of direct and indirect speech (reported speech) with the verbs say and tell and with common expressions, for example: to let someone down, to meet someone's eyes, to bump into someone, etc. There is special emphasis on vocabulary related to invitations and offers. Students revise and consolidate the contents of the level through a variety of exercises and activities. Interactive exercises include word/sentence-picture association. Moreover, students attend a class where a teacher poses questions and activities to the student. The teacher interacts with the teacher through guided dialogues. At the same time the teacher evaluates the student's performance and inform them of their progress through our very own exclusive dexway method, using text and voice to clarify any specific areas that require attention. Students perform reading comprehension tasks with a series of interactive exercises, including filling in the gaps or making sentences, and they must also write down a dictation.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the grammar and terms studied through the course.

You are only young once, mum!

Aims: to review and consolidate the grammar as well as the structures and vocabulary covered in the past block through a series of interactive revision exercises. Activities: listen and choose the correct ending, pronunciation practice and a real life dialogue to dub.

Welcome to university

Aims: to review and consolidate the grammar as well as the structures and vocabulary covered in the past block through a series of interactive revision exercises. Activities: write the correct place in response to the statements in a reading and listening comprehension exercise, reading comprehension with short answers, error detection and correction, complete the text with an appropriate word and fill the gaps by writing the verb in the correct tense.

I'm afraid I have to complain

Aims: to review and consolidate the grammar as well as the structures and vocabulary covered in the past block through a series of interactive revision exercises. Activities: true or false listening comprehension, listening and writing practice with a spelling exercise and also an exercise on definitions where the learner provides the correct word by arranging the letters.

Good to be alive - Typical situation

A practical immersion in the language, whereby students will live through a real life situation, similar to one they would confront in the context of the language they are learning. In this typical situation students will listen to the experiences of a couple who are on holiday. In order to achieve this successfully, students will be introduced to new vocabulary and then, they will have the opportunity to listen to the conversation using the vocabulary they have learnt and repeat the dialogue. After that, students will receive feedback on their pronunciation.

We've made it to the van - Typical situation

A practical immersion in the language, whereby students will live through a real life situation, similar to one they would confront in the context of the language they are learning. In this typical situation students will listen to the experiences of a couple who are on holiday. In order to achieve this successfully, students will be introduced to new vocabulary and then, they will have the opportunity to listen to the conversation using the vocabulary they have learnt and repeat the dialogue. After that, students will receive feedback on their pronunciation.

People, passports, planet - Dialogue

The student will listen to a series of questions which they can answer freely. In this lesson new vocabulary will be introduced. Once the lesson has finished, the student will then be able to have some practice with this same new vocabulary.

Barbados - Reading

In this lesson students read and listen to a written passage of text on Barbados and then answer a series of questions. These questions follow a sequential order and elicit students' skills on active reading. Readers are asked to peruse the passage for the general meaning, particular details and logical inferences. The suggested activities comprise multiple-choice and true/false questions as well as matching statements with their corresponding sections. By practicing active and effective reading students acquire strong cognitive skills such as attention, auditory analysis, sound blending, sound segmenting, memory, processing speed and visualisation.

Barbados - Dictation

In this lesson students have to follow the dictation of a text on Barbados. Students practice first and foremost their listening and writing skills and within the latter a range of sub-skills from spelling to punctuation. Moreover, this dictation makes students practise and enhance their vocabulary, syntax, grammar and, when reviewing his/her work, proofreading. The written passage of text has been divided into different phrases or sentences and it is listened to by the student, who has to write it. Students can listen to the phrase or sentence as many times as they wish and even ask for help if needed. Once a paragraph has been completed, students re-read it while listening to the audio and move on to the next paragraph.

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 7

In this unit students learn useful expressions and questions to make complaints about sold products. They consolidate vocabulary about purchasing and revise items sold at the jewellery shop, followed by a series of interactive activities. Students are immersed in typical situation dialogues.

The unit finishes with a test to review and consolidate all the language skills acquired through the unit.

Items at the jewellery shop - Specific vocabulary

Students learn vocabulary about the objects they can find at the jewellery shop. After being introduced to the new vocabulary, students have to practice with it through a series of interactive exercises in which they find the lexicon in the specific context.

At the jewellery shop - Specific vocabulary

A practical immersion lesson in which students are present at a real life situation, similar to one they would confront in the language they are learning. This typical situation takes place in jewellery shop, specifically when looking for specific items such as a pair of wedding rings and a watch. In this lesson the student will revise vocabulary he has been learning in the previous lessons and will be introduced to new vocabulary.

Complaints at the jewellery shop - Specific vocabulary

Students learn vocabulary and useful expressions to complain for the products they have been sold in a jewellery shop. After being introduced to the new vocabulary, students have to practice with it through a series of interactive exercises in which they find the lexicon in the specific context.

Does this watch have a guarantee? - Vocabulary practice

Students revise the content and language skills acquired in the previous lessons and consolidate it through a series of interactive and contextualised exercises.

Conversations at the jewellery shop - Typical situation

A practical immersion lesson in which students are present at a real life situation, similar to one they would confront in the language they are learning. This typical situation takes place in jewellery shop, specifically when looking for specific items such as a pair of wedding rings and a watch. In this lesson the student will revise vocabulary he has been learning in the previous lessons and will be introduced to new vocabulary.

Jewellery - Vocabulary practice

Students learn vocabulary and useful expressions to ask for tools and other items that customers can find in a jewellery shop. After being introduced to the new vocabulary, students have to practice with it through a series of interactive exercises in which they find the lexicon in the specific context.

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 8

In this unit students focus on different language skills with reading comprehension tasks about holiday advertisements, followed by a series of interactive exercises in relation with the texts. Students must also write down a dictation on the topic of travelling tourism, and they must also complete "Use of English" activities to review grammar and vocabulary in cloze texts and sentences. Thus, students revise vocabulary for travel, collocations, word formation and sentence connectors, as well as the use of modals and prepositions.

An additional vocabulary section ensures that students extend their knowledge and practice new words. Listening is also practiced through a series of activities that evaluate comprehension of short audio files.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the grammar and terms studied through the unit. Holiday advertisements - Reading comprehension

In this lesson students read a written passage of text about holiday advertisements. The text is followed by questions in sequential order that elicit students' skills on active reading. Readers are asked to peruse the passage for the general meaning, particular details and logical inferences. The suggested activities comprise true/false questions as well as matching statements with their corresponding sections. By practicing active and effective reading students acquire strong cognitive skills such as attention, auditory analysis, sound blending, sound segmenting, memory, processing speed and visualisation.

Sightseeing in Ireland - Dictation

In this lesson students have to follow the dictation of a text on sightseeing in Ireland. Students practice first and foremost their listening and writing skills and within the latter a range of sub-skills from spelling to punctuation. Moreover, this dictation makes students practise and enhance their vocabulary, syntax, grammar and, when reviewing his/her work, proofreading. The written passage of text has been divided into different phrases or sentences and it is listened to by the student, who has to write it. Students can listen to the phrase or sentence as many times as they wish and even ask for help if needed. Once a paragraph has been completed, students re-read it while listening to the audio and move on to the next paragraph.

Travelling the world - Use of English

Students learn vocabulary and useful phrases to talk about the food of the future. After reading to cloze texts with gaps, students have to practice with them through a series of interactive exercises in which they find the lexicon in the specific context. They must also complete sentences with a similar meaning to previous ones.

Visiting new places - Additional vocabulary

This lesson provides students with additional materials to expand their knowledge of vocabulary on the subject of visiting new places and terms related to travelling. Vocabulary is presented in context and there are follow-up exercises that provide extended practice.

Culinary tourism - Listening comprehension

In this lesson students practice and test their listening skills, so they must pay attention to the oral information that is heard in different exercises and answer to a set of related questions about culinary tourism.

Entertainment - Speaking assignment

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Unit 9

Students revise and consolidate the contents of the level through a variety of exercises and activities. Interactive exercises include word/sentence-picture association. Students take part in a typical situation in an optician's. This lesson is a practical immersion in the language where by the student lives through a real life situation. They also practise their listening comprehension skills and a class where a teacher poses questions and activities to the student.

The unit finishes with a test to revise all the grammar and terms studied through the course.

Optician's - Typical situation

A practical immersion in the language, where by the student will live through a real life situation, similar to one they would confront in the language in which they are learning. In this lesson the student will be introduced to new vocabulary, then once the exercise has been completed, they will then have an opportunity to do some practice with this same new vocabulary.

Work and play - Dialogue

The student will listen to a series of questions which they can answer freely. In this lesson new vocabulary will be introduced. Once the lesson has finished, the student will then be able to have some practice with this same new vocabulary.

Injuries and fractures - Reading comprehension

In this lesson students read and listen to two written passages of text on different injuries and fractures; the first one narrates the story of a young football player that suffers an injury and the second one narrates the story of a young man that overcomes an injury and decides to make his dream true: become a professional athlete. After reading and listening to each text students have to answer a series of questions that, presented in a sequential order, elicit their skills on active reading. Readers are asked to peruse the passage for the general meaning, particular details and logical inferences. The suggested activities comprise multiple-choice and true/false questions as well as an exercise on matching definitions with words that appear in the text and another on finding the paragraph that best summarises the text as a whole. By practicing active and effective reading students acquire strong cognitive skills such as attention, auditory analysis, sound blending, sound segmenting, memory, processing speed and visualisation.

Test exercises

In the last lesson of this unit, students find a variety of exercises carefully chosen to consolidate and evaluate the language skills acquired in previous lessons.

Course revision
End-of-module test
Final test

In this last lesson of the course and as a way to revise, the student will come across a variety of exercises which will help consolidate and evaluate any knowledge which has been acquired throughout the duration of the course.

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FORMACIÓN NECESARIA PARA ACCEDER CON ÉXITO AL CURSO

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ESPECIFICACIONES

Curso Scorm. Ejercicios integrados en temario. Audios. Programa de reconocimiento de voz.

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Ordenador y conexión a Internet

SOFTWARE NECESARIO

El Campus Virtual funciona correctamente con los siguientes navegadores:

  • Internet Explorer: a partir de la versión 8.0
  • Google Chrome: a partir de la versión 22.0
  • Mozilla Firefox:a partir de la versión 15.0
  • Safari: a partir de la versión 5.0

Además, será necesario tener instalado:

Acrobat Reader, versión 6.0 o superior, o Foxit Reader, versión 2.3 o superior.
Adobe Flash Player.
Reproductor de Windows Media Player a partir de la versión 9

SERVICIOS DEL CAMPUS VIRTUAL

  • Guía didáctica. En ella se marcan y explican las pautas, orientaciones y recomendaciones necesarias para el seguimiento y aprovechamiento adecuado del curso.
  • Contenidos. Los contenidos de este curso han sido realizados por un equipo multidisciplinar, entre los que se encuentran expertos en la materia que se desarrolla, pedagogos, docentes y técnicos informáticos en desarrollos multimedia.

En este curso se ha buscado un equilibrio entre el necesario rigor técnico de los contenidos y una presentación atractiva e intuitiva que facilite el seguimiento del curso y que constituya una clara opción de aprendizaje, de manera que todo aquél que lo realice vea satisfechas sus expectativas: comprensión y asimilación de todo lo relacionado con las unidades desarrolladas y capacidad para aplicar estos conocimientos a la práctica diaria.

El temario de este curso tiene un formato dinámico e interactivo, en base al cual podrás participar activamente en tu aprendizaje. En la construcción del mismo se han utilizado una serie de iconos y links, que requieren tu participación en el descubrimiento de los contenidos, ya que deberás interactuar con los mismos para ver la información. De esta manera, el seguimiento del curso se convierte en una experiencia dinámica que requiere de una participación activa del alumno, lo que facilita la rapidez en la comprensión y uso de la información. Ello contribuye a conseguir que el curso resulte más entretenido y no debemos olvidar que el entretenimiento acrecienta el interés, el cual, a su vez, favorece la atención y concentración, que se traducen en mayores niveles de aprendizaje.

  • Actividades. Hemos desarrollado ejercicios y casos prácticos interactivos, integrados en los contenidos, que fomentan la participación e interacción continua de los alumnos y permiten que vayas afianzando los conocimientos al mismo tiempo que los adquieres, con el fin de que llegues totalmente preparado a la evaluación final y la superes sin dificultades.
  • Tutores a disposición del alumno:
    • Un tutor de contenido experto en la materia que le resolverá las dudas concretas sobre el temario y los ejercicios.
    • Un tutor pedagógico que le ayudará y motivará a lo largo del curso. Se pondrá en contacto periódicamente a los alumnos informándoles de su estado de evolución y animándoles a finalizar con éxito el curso. También les informará de todo lo relativo al curso (información de interés, inclusión de documentación adicional en la biblioteca, etc)
    • Un tutor técnico o webmaster que resolverá cualquier problema técnico de acceso a la plataforma, registro de notas, etc.
  • Otros servicios. Estos cursos disponen de tutorías, correo electrónico, biblioteca (donde se encuentran documentos formativos complementarios, como el manual del curso), chat, Faqs, agenda y calendario, Foro y otros servicios incluidos en el Campus Virtual.

TIEMPO DE RESPUESTA

Los tutores pedagógicos atenderán a los alumnos en un plazo de 24 horas y los tutores de contenido en un plazo máximo de 48 horas en días laborables.

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