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Formación general (nuevas tecnologías, prevención de riesgos, ley de protección de datos, medioambiente, calidad, gestión, redes sociales…..) a todos los niveles (directivos, mandos intermedios, producción, comerciales, o por departamentos) de su sector empresarial (comercio, textil, alimentación, sanitario, oficinas y despachos, químico, metal, construcción, etc..) por la que el alumno amplía sus conocimientos en las áreas demandadas por la empresa.

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Mejorar las destrezas en la expresión del idioma a nivel oral y escrito.
A interesados que ya tienen ciertos conocimientos previos del idioma y buscan, primero, un refuerzo y más adelante ampliar su gramática y su vocabulario.
Para que el interesado mejore en el idioma y pueda expresarse tanto por escrito como hablado de manera adecuada.
El manual se acompaña de un CD de audio para ayudar al interesado a practicar la pronunciación. El curso se completa con una guía gramatical redactada en castellano que sirve de gran apoyo al interesado, y que puede consultar y trabajar ya que contiene numerosos ejercicios prácticos. Consiste en una amplia explicación de los diversos aspectos gramaticales de la lengua inglesa, tiempos verbales, pronombres, adjetivos, preposiciones&hellip,
Heroes and Villains Topics: people (character and appearance) Vocabulary: character adjectives, appearance, personal qualities. Antonyms, adjectives with prepositions Reading: Characters Larger than Life (multiple choice). Beauty is in the eye of the beholder (m/c cloze). Literature corner: Scandal in Bohemia by Conan Doyle (T/F) Grammar: present simple/continuous, stative verbs, adverbs of frequency, question words. Phrasal verbs: GET Listening: Multiple choice, multiple matching (missing sentences) Speaking: describing fictional characters, making choices, socialising, describing people. Intonation: expressing surprise and concern Writing: a letter giving advice. Portfolio: description of a hero/villain, classified ad, e-mail to a friend Lifestyles Topics: jobs and places, lifestyles, the city and the country Vocabulary: city life/country life, jobs and job qualities, describing places, parts of a town, commuting. Antonyms, adjectives with prepositions, adj-n phrases Reading: A City Slicker or a Country Lover? (T/F). Signs (multiple choice) Culture clip: celebration: dream town USA (m/c cloze) Grammar: comparatives and superlatives, -ing/infinitive forms, specific/general preferences. Phrasal verbs: PUT Listening: listening for detailed meaning, multiple matching (missing sentences) Speaking: introducing oneself, expressing likes/dislikes, asking for/giving directions, talking about jobs, expressing preferences, (role-play) job interview, des cribbing pictures. Intonation: stressed syllables Writing: a letter of application. Portfolio: article about where you live, description of neighbourhood, questions for a quiz. Earth Calling Topics: the environment, endangered species Vocabulary: environmental problems and solutions, endangered animals and protected species Reading: The Earth in our hands (T/F). No ordinary zoo (m/c cloze). RRS Ernest Shackleton Captain&rsquo,s Log (multiple choice) Grammar: present perfect simple/continuous, clauses of purpose. Phrasal verbs: RUN Listening: completing missing information, multiple choice Speaking: improving one&rsquo,s town/city, a short talk from notes, describing pictures, reacting to news, acting out a dialogue, (role-play) at Customs Writing: notes. Portfolio: poster about the environment, article about a zoo, letter to a friend Traveller&rsquo,s Tale Topics: holidays, climate/weather, transport Vocabulary: types of holidays, sites and resorts, climate and weather, holiday equipment, means of transport. Prepositional phrases Reading: Looking for the ideal getaway? (multiple matching-short texts). Literature Corner: Gulliver&rsquo,s Travels by Jonathan Swift (multiple matching-missing sentences) Grammar: present/past participles, past simple/continuous, linkers, the definite/indefinite article, used to/would. Phrasal verbs: COME Listening: multiple matching, listening for specific information, completing missing information Speaking: narrating experiences, expressing feelings, checking in, complaining/apologising, giving travel information, expressing disapproval, describing pictures. Intonation: expressing annoyance Writing: a story. Portfolio: holiday advertisement, weather forecast, factfile about your country On Offer Topics: shops and shopping, clothes/accessories Vocabulary: types of shops and shopping, products, clothes, describing objects, gifts, home. Prepositional phrases, antonyms. Reading: Checking out second-hand city (multiple choice). Signs and notices (multiple choice). Culture clip: Styles of Homes (multiple matching) Grammar: modal verbs, making assumptions/requests, too/enough, order of adjectives. Phrasal verbs: LOOK Listening: listening for specific information, listening for gist, multiple choice, multiple matching Speaking: asking about prices, calming down, describing objects, offering/accepting gifts, asking for/buying things, (role-play) salesperson/customer. Intonation: losing patience. Writing: a report assessing good and bad points. Portfolio: description of the best place to shop, page for a clothes catalogue, poster of school/work rules Happy Days! Topics: celebrations, festivals and events Vocabulary: traditional celebrations and customs, festive activities, feelings, greetings cards. Verbs with prepositions Reading: A Traditional Irish Wedding (T/F). Culture Clip: Bizarre Annual Events in the UK (multiple matching) Grammar: future forms, future continuous, question tags. Phrasal Verbs: BREAK Listening: listening for gist, listening for specific information, intonation Speaking: a short talk from notes, describing celebrations and customs, making arrangements, inviting, congratulating and thanking. Intonation in question tags Writing: postcard. Portfolio: article about a traditional wedding, greetings cards, e-mail to a friend Eating out! Topics: places to eat, food and drinks Vocabulary: restaurant-related words, the supermarket, recipes and cooking methods, tastes, cutlery, crockery and appliances, quantities, menus. Verbs with prepositions Reading: A Taste of Toronto (multiple matching-short texts). Literature Corner: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl (comprehension questions) Grammar: countables/uncontables, quantifiers, indefinite pronouns, past perfect simple/continuous. Phrasal verbs: GIVE Listening: multiple choice, listening for specific information, multiple matching, to take notes Speaking: discussing food preferences/tastes, (role-play) eating out/ordering a meal, comparing table manners, describing pictures. Intonation: stressed syllables Writing: a story. Portfolio: description of an unusual restaurant, recipe for a local dish, shopping list Fit for Life Topics: sports, accidents and injuries Vocabulary: types of sport, sport injuries, places and equipment, personal qualities. Adjectives with prepositions Reading: The Last Great Race (T/F). Messages (multiple choice). Signs (multiple matching). Literature Corner: The Olympic Anthem (reading for specific information) Grammar: the passive, with/by, conditionals: type 0, 1, if/unless, linkers (result, addition, contrast, etc). Phrasal verbs: BRING Listening: listening for detailed meaning, multiple choice, multiple matching, listening for specific sounds Speaking: discussing sports, negotiating, describing pictures, expressing opinions, asking about/describing health, sympathising-giving advice, acting out dialogues. Intonation: hesitating Writing: a pros and cons essay. Portfolio: postcard to a friend, short communicative message, sports quiz Going out! Topics: Entertainment, the arts, charity Vocabulary: types of entertainment, cinema and films, reviews, books and newspapers, TV jobs/programmes, theatre, charity. Prepositional phrases, regrets Reading: Pick of the Week (multiple matching-short texts). Graffiti-Is it an art? (open cloze). Culture Corner: Comic Relief (completing a summary) Grammar: conditionals type 2, 3, wishes, relative clauses, so/neither. Phrasal verbs: TURN Listening: listening for detailed meaning, multiple matching, completing missing information Speaking: discussing entertainment, suggesting/(dis)agreeing, talking about a book/TV programmes, (role-play) booking tickets, expressing preferences, describing paintings, acting out dialogues Writing: an informal letter reviewing a film. Portfolio: review for a school event, TV guide, interview with a graffiti artis Fast Forward Topics: technology, education Vocabulary: teenagers and technology, gadgets, education and technology, means of communication, text messages, processes, science, faults. Prepositional phrases, compound noun, antonyms Reading: All About Britain&rsquo,s Teenagers (multiple choice). Culture Corner: The Education System of the UK and the USA (completing missing information in tables) Grammar: clauses of concession, all/most/some/none, reported speech, indirect questions, causative form. Phrasal. verbs: TAKE Listening: multiple matching, to fill in gaps, listening for detailed meaning Speaking: discussing technology, short talk from notes, conducting a survey, talking about pros and cons, describing pictures, (role-play) requesting action/giving an account of an event. Intonation in questions Writing: a letter of complaint. Portfolio: article about teenagers in your country, text message to a friend, questions for a science quiz Contenido de Cd: 1 CD con audiciones del libro del alumno y solucionario del libro de ejercicios.

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El coste de la formación será de 215.00 euros mensuales durante el primer año (correspondiente a un 25 % de la jornada laboral), y de 130.00 euros mensuales durante el segundo y tercer año (correspondiente a un 15% de la jornada laboral).


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