English

BEGINNER TEACHING PROGRAMME

  1. The first meeting.
  2. Greetings and farewells.
  3. The English alphabet.
  4. Asking for permission.
  5. Personal subject pronouns (the present simple of the verb “to be” affirmative form).
  6. Reading text: All Students In My English Class Are About Today.
  7. The verb “to be” (negative and interrogative forms).
  8. Qualifying adjectives.
  9. Possessive adjectives and pronouns.
  10. Classroom objects.
  11. The verb “to have got” in the present simple (reading text: Gloria Gust).
  12. Cardinal numbers (how much / how many).
  13. The verb “to have got” in negative and interrogative forms (reading text: Tom Hanks).
  14. Saying the ages / telephone numbers / years and telling the time.
  15. There to be (reading text: Our house).
  16. Some / Any / No.
  17. The present simple tense (the infinitive of verbs. Reading text: David and Rose΄s Day).
  18. Adverbs of frequency.
  19. The prepositions.
  20. Ordinal numbers (days of the week, months of the years, seasons, writing…)
  21. The present continous tense (or progressive).
  22. Plural of nouns.
  23. Articles
  24. Punctuation marks.
  25. Demonstrative pronouns.
  26. Expressing capacity / ability / possibility and permission (may,can).
  27. Interrogative adverbs and pronouns.
  28. The past simple tense (reading text: Luciano Fonseca Dulo).
  29. Personal object pronouns.
  30. The past continouns.
  31. The future simple tense.

                                                   ADDITIONAL LESSONS

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                                                            Vocabulary

  1. Family tree.
  2. Colours and clothes.
  3. The human body. Countries and nationalities.
  4. Ocuppation
  5. Food and drinks.

Duração: 3 Months

 

 INTERMEDIATE TEACHER PROGRAMME

  1. The conditional mood.
  2. The past of CAN: ”could” and “ be able to ”.
  3. Talking about future plans: “will” and “have to”.
  4. The possessive case (ʼs).
  5. Expressing obligation: “must ” and “ used to ”.
  6. Reflexive pronouns.
  7. Expressing past habits and states: “used to”.
  8. Describing and comparing people, things and animals: Adjective degrees.
  9. Some / Any.
  10. The use of: “get used to” and “be used to”.
  11. The past participle of the verbs: the Present Perfect Simple (for / since / how long / yet / already / just / ever and never).
  12. Giving advice and expressing preference “ had better ” and “ would rather ”.
  13. The Imperative mood.
  14. Questions tags
  15. The Past Perfect Simple.
  16. Voice: the passive.
  17. Relative clauses and Relative pronouns
  18. Agreeing and disagreeing: so am I, so do I, neither am I, neither do I, etc.
  19. The difference between “ Do ” and “ Make ”.
  20. The Future Continuous (or progressive).
  21. Formal and Informal letters.
  22. Modal verbs: can, could, may, etc.
  23. Future arrangements: the Present Continuous for the future.
 
 

Duração: 3 Months

 UPPER – INTERMEDIATE TEACHING PROGRAMME

  1. Adjectives and Adverbs (manner, place, time).
  2. The Present Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous.
  3. Didnʼt need to… and neednʼt (have).
  4. The Causative (have something done)
  5. The Future Perfect Simple and Continuous.
  6. Both (of); neither (of); either (of), expressing alternatives: Both… and…neither… Nor… either…or…
  7. Little / a little / few / a few.
  8. Conjunctions (unless, providing that, etc).
  9. Although / though / even though / in spite of / despite.
  10. Say / tell / speak.
  11. Direct and reported speeches.
  12. Reported questions.
  13. No longer / no more /any longer / any more / still and yet.
  14. Like and Alike.
  15. When and of sentences.
  16. Conditional: first, second and third conditionals (if…)
  17. Wish sentences.
  18. “ Ing ” and “ Ed ” clauses.
  19. All / every whole.
  20. Phrasal verbs
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  • All / every whole.
  1. Phrasal verbs.

 

ADVANCED TEACHING PROGRAMME

  1. The use of “but ”.
  2. The difference between British and American English.
  3. Phonetic symbols
  4. Reading activities.
  5. Listening activities
  6. Writing activities.
  7. Oral and written translation.
  8. In time / on time / at the end / in the end.
  9. Mult – word verbs.
  10. Quite / rather.
  11. Idiomatic expressions (verbs).
  12. By / until / by the end.
  13. “Have” and “have got”.
  14. As if.
  15. So / such.
  16. May (have), might (have).
  17. A friend of mine / by myself / my own, etc.
  18. How to make a topic.
  19. Teaching activities (for students.)
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Duração: 3 Months

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