by leonardo i ventura dolores english course
syllabus course of english level beginner classroom b school hours monday wednesday and friday from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm description this course provides one opportunity for all that students who are interested in the learning of the english language the course is expected to be covered in six months during this period of time students will be able to use the language in order to recognize basic written information and to communicate in an elemental fluid way through the use of the language moreover students are going to develop their speaking listening writing and reading skills by the means of different activities that will be given to them for practicing course objectives students will be able to produce sentences that will help them to create a short text students will acquire the knowledge in english to express their own ideas learners are going to understand some text according to the level they are studying students are going to be able to understand some basic spoken language learners will acquire an amount of vocabulary related to different topics course topics greetings countries and nationalities daily routines clothing and personal items music tv and some other ways of entertaining the family sports cities and neighborhoods appearance and dress health problems and medicines past experiences food and restaurants invitations plans and hopes for the future animals and environment
material notebook hang outs worksheets pens crayons markers board evaluation presentations participation final exam total schedule 30 20 50 100 topic function grammar listening pronunciation writing reading greetings countries and nationalities introducing yourself exchanging personal information yes no questions and the verb to be listening for personal information intonation of clarification questions descriptions of jobs and daily schedules unstressed word reading greeting customs about daily routines talking about daily schedules simple present writing a description of an occupation clothing and personal items talking about prices talking about preferences talking about likes and dislikes making invitations and excuses adjectives demonstratives listening for prices items and opinions linked words reading about different kinds of shopping music tv and some other ways of entertaining present simple question with do modal verb would listening to invitations question intonation writing invitations and excuses
the family talking about family members and describing family life talking about routine and exercise yes no present continuous questions determiners adverbs of frequency listening information about family life reading about an american family sports listening to description of sports participation sentence stress writing a description of favorite activities cities and neighborhoods asking about and describing location of places there is there are prepositions of place countable and uncountable nouns how much and how many describing question what modifiers with participles and prepositions modal verbs can could may listening to descriptions of places in the neighborhood reduced forms of there is and there are description of people contrastive stress reading about neighborhood life appearance and dress describing people´s appearance identifying people talking about health problems writing a description of someone health problems and medicines listening to request in the drugstore listening to descriptions of events reading about home remedies past experiences exchanging information about past events talking about likes and dislikes when ordering food past simple writing something you did in the past food and restaurants so neither too modal verbs would listening to restaurants orders stress in responses reading about tipping customs.
invitations talking about plans and making invitations future with present continuous be going to future will listening for information about invitations writing a request to give a message plans and hopes for the future talking about plans for the future talking about different animals in the world listening to hopes for the future listening to different habitats of the animals reading about science fiction future writing about your favorite animal animals and environment adjectives comparative and superlative resources richards c english for international communication cambridge university press 2001 http www.englishraven.com/methodology.html www.iseb.co.uk/pdf/syllabus_ce_english.pdf englishteachingslave.wetpaint.com/page/the+syllabus http www.english.txstate.edu/courses/syllabus/contentparagraph/0/do cument/2011_12+fye+syllabus+online.pdf http apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/repository/ap08_english_c oursedesc.pdf http www.english-online.org.uk/beginners/beg1_1.htm http esl.about.com/od/beginningenglish/learning_english_for_beginn ers_beginning_esl_efl.htm