CENTRO DE IDIOMAS SUDAMERICANO

James Freeman te invita a formar parte del CIS Come and learn English with the best

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Centro de idiomas sudamericano

El CIS en lo concerniente al idioma inglés trabaja en conjunto con instituciones internacionales, al momento con Cambridge, esto con el fin de fortalecer e incrementar destrezas lingüistas en los jóvenes y profesionales de la Zona 7 y del país, enfatizando el desarrollo de las cuatro destrezas principales: comprensión auditiva, habla verbal, lectura y escritura y basados en el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguas (MCER). Es así que te invitamos a formar parte del CIS y envolverte en una nueva cultura a través de la enseñanza – aprendizaje de un idioma como una segunda lengua extranjera.




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El Centro de Idiomas Sudamericano - CIS tiene como objetivo principal ayudarte a perfeccionar destrezas lingüísticas y brindarte mejores oportunidades laborales a través del aprendizaje de una segunda lengua. Por lo tanto, se viene trabajando con instituciones internacionales para llevar a cabo este gran objetivo. 

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STUDY PLAN

LEVEL A1 BEGINNER


Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

 

SKILLS: Introduce himself/herself simply and use basic greetings. Tell where he/she and others are from and give a basic description of his city. Talk simply about family and colleagues, describing their appearance and personalities. Discuss clothing at a basic level and ask sales clerks simple questions about it. Talk about favorite foods and make simple orders for take-out food. Talk about daily activities and arrange meetings with friends and colleagues. Describe current weather conditions and suggest activities according to the weather forecast. Talk in general terms about his/her health and describe common medical symptoms to a doctor. Describe the location of his/her home and give simple directions. Talk about his/her hobbies and interests and makes plans for fun activities with friends or colleagues. Complete basic transactions at a hotel, including checking in and checking out. Discuss common products, make basic purchases and return faulty items.

 


INICIAL A1.1

Web Development UNIT 1

Alphabet
Greetings and leave-takings

Names and titles of address

Numbers 0 -10, phone numbers.

Email addresses
Possessive adjectives
Verb to BE +, -, ?

Web Development UNIT 2

Possessions

Classroom objects

Personal Items

Locations in a room

Articles
Demonstrative pronouns

Prepositions of place

Web Development UNIT 3

Cities and countries
Adjectives of personality and appearance.

Numbers 11-103; Ages.
Verb to BE, questions and answers

Web Development UNIT 4

Clothing
Colors
Weather and Seasons
Possessive adjectives and pronouns.

Present continuous +, -, ?

Conjunctions

Placement of adjectives

Web Development UNIT 5

Clock time
Times of the day
Everyday activities
Time expressions about time

Present continuous: Wh-questions.

Web Development UNIT 5

Transportation
Family relationships.
Daily routines.
Days of the week.
Present Simple +, -, ?
Regular and Irregular verbs
Time expressions for present simple.

Web Development UNIT 7

Houses and apartments
Rooms
Furniture
Present Simple routines and activities.

There is/ There are +, -, ?

Web Development UNIT 8

Jobs

Workplaces
Present Simple Wh-questions.

Placement of adjectives.


INICIAL A1.2

Web Development UNIDAD 9

Basic foods

Breakfast foods

Meals
Count and noncount nouns

Some and any
Adverbs of frequency

Web Development UNIDAD 10

Sports

Abilities and talents
Present simple Wh-questions

Can for ability +, -, ?

Wh-questions with Can

Web Development UNIDAD 11

Months and dates

Birthdates
Holidays
Festivals and special dates

Be going to +, -, ?

Wh-questions with Be going to

Future time expressions.

Web Development UNIDAD 12

Parts of the body

Health problems and advice

Medications
Have + noun
Feel + adjective

Negative and positive adjectives

Imperatives

Web Development UNIDAD 13

Stores and things you can buy there

Tourist attractions
Prepositions of place
Giving directions with imperatives

Web Development UNIDAD 14

Weekends

Chores and fun activities
Vacations
Summer activities
Past simple +, -, ?
Regular and irregular verbs in the past

Past simple questions and answers

Web Development UNIDAD 15

Biographical information

Years
School days
Past simple of Be: was - were +, -, ?

Past simple: Wh-questions and answers

Regular and irregular verbs in the past

Web Development UNIDAD 16

Locations

Telephone calls
Invitations
Going out with friends
Prepositional phrases
Subject and object pronouns
Do you want to...?

Would you like to...?;  verb + to.

Web Development Extra activities

Practice: English level Test A.1

Extra-curricular activities

English club

STUDY PLAN

LEVEL A2 ELEMENTAY ENGLISH


Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

 

SKILLS: Evaluate coworkers' performance in the workplace. Relate events from your past, including your weekend activities and interesting stories. Describe your past life, giving details about important milestones. Entertain someone in your home or visit a friend or colleague in their home. Discuss your vacation plans and tell friends and colleagues about your vacation afterwards. Talk about the natural world and travels to see animals and natural areas in your country. Talk about movies that you like and choose a movie to see with friends. Discuss clothing and what kind of clothes you like to wear. Engage in basic communication at work, including attending meetings on familiar topics. Describe an accident or injury, get medical help from a doctor and fill a prescription for medicine. Engage in basic business socializing, welcoming guests and attending networking events. Understand and make basic business proposals in your area of expertise. Talk about and explain the rules of games.



INICIAL A2.1

Web Development UNIT 1

Introductions and greetings Names

Countries and Nationalities

Wh-questions and statements with Be

Subject pronouns
Possessive adjectives

Web Development UNIT 2

Jobs

Workplaces and school

Daily schedule
Clock time
Simple present

Wh-questions 

Time expressions and prepositions

Web Development UNIT 3

Shopping and prices

Clothing and personal items

Colors and materials

Demonstrative pronouns

One and ones
How much and which

Comparisons with adjectives

Web Development UNIT 4

Music, movies and TV programs

Entertainers, invitations and excuses

Dates and times
Questions with Do.
Question: what kind?
Object pronouns
Modal verb would; verb +to + verb

Web Development UNIT 5

Family members

Typical families

Present continuous statements

Quantifiers
Pronoun: no one

Web Development UNIT 6

Sports

Fitness activities
Exercise and routines
Adverbs of frequency
How often, how long, how well, and how 
good.

Web Development UNIT 7

Free time and weekend activities

Simple past yes/no questions and wh- questions

Regular and irregular verbs

Past of Be

Web Development UNIT 8

Stores and places in a city

Neighborhoods

Houses and apartments
There is/There are, one, any and some

Prepositions of place
Quantifiers
Count and noncount nouns

Web Development Extra activities

Practice: English level Test A2

Extra-curricular activities

English club


INICIAL A2.2

STUDY PLAN

LEVEL B1 INTERMEDIATE OPTIMUM

Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

 

SKILLS: Discuss their personal and professional hopes and dreams for the future. Arrange a job interview and interview for a job in their area of expertise. Talk about their television viewing habits and favorite programs. Describe their education and their plans for future training. Talk about their favorite music and music trends and plan a night out to listen to live music. Talk about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and give and get advice about healthy habits. Talk about relationships and dating, including meeting people through social media. Go to a restaurant, order food, engage in polite dinner conversation and pay for their food. Participate in negotiations in their area of expertise, if you have help understanding some points. Discuss workplace safety issues, report an injury and explain rules and regulations. Discuss polite behavior and respond appropriately to impolite behavior.


INICIAL B1.1


INICIAL B1.2

STUDY PLAN

LEVEL B2 UPPER INTERMEDIATE


Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

 

SKILLS: Participate in meetings in their area of expertise, if they have help understanding some points. Discuss gender issues as they relate to perceptions of rudeness and cultural norms. Talk about your personal finances and give advice to friends and colleagues about their finances. Talk about your personal and professional lifestyle, including a description of your life at work. Explain their education, experience, strengths and weaknesses, and discuss their career path. Talk about mental processes and how they can use them to improve their effectiveness on the job. Talk about what they like to read and make recommendations about good things to read. Use appropriate language in social situations, including praising and expressing sympathy. Discuss leadership qualities and talk about leaders whom you admire. Deal with relatively complex awkward situations that arise in social and business contexts. Discuss common political situations and the behavior of politicians.


INICIAL B2.1


INICIAL B2.2

STUDY PLAN

LEVEL C1 ADVANCED ENGLISH


Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

 

SKILLS: Discuss in detail issues related to success, including building a motivated, successful team. Talk in some detail about your favorite paintings and the architecture of buildings that you like. Discuss societal problems, possible solutions for problems and what role corporations can play. Participate in discussions about conservation, sustainability and habitat protection. Talk about events and issues in the news and how they affect people and companies. Talk about risks in life, including changing jobs and doing dangerous sports. Compare and contrast various forms of education and individual schools. Discuss various types of humor, including subtle forms like sarcasm. Understand various communication styles, including direct, indirect, formal and informal. Discuss issues related to your quality of life, including work-life balance and home environment. Understand and discuss issues related to ethics, like civil disobedience.


INICIAL C1.1


INICIAL C1.2

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