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ENGLISH VI SYLLABUS

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to communicate effectively using more complex
structures in social, academic, and working contexts.
GENERAL REVIEW ABOUT TENSES

Sports and hobbies.

Describing people.

UNIT I. TALKING ABOUT SOCIAL, ACADEMIC, AND WORKING CONTEXTS

Talking about school daily activities (present simple VS present continuous)


Talking about difficulties concerning the stays (present continuous for future plans)
Making suggestions and advice about the stays (past modals)

EVALUATION: Oral presentation (teams of 4) describing a difficult situation


during the stays.
UINIT II. IDENTIFYING MAIN IDEAS AND VOCABULARY FROM SPECIFIC TEXTS

Reading different types of texts


Identifying main ideas from the texts (Parts of the speech and preposition of place and
movements)
Writing abstracts using appropriate structures and vocabulary

EVALUATION: Written exam about reading comprehension of their Engineering


including an abstract.
UNIT III. IDENTIFYING MAIN IDEAS IN A COMMUNICATIVE EVENT

Practicing listening through different audio-visual materials


Extracting specific information from the listening practices
Reporting what other people say (Simple past and present perfect with just, already
and yet)

EVALUATION: Elaborate a video (or oral individual presentation) in which they


present a topic about their Engineering.

To present the exam, the student will be asked to cover a 90% of attendance. This is the criteria to be
considered:
EVALUATION
1. Knowledge
40%

evidence

(oral

or

2. Product evidence (oral presentation, oral and written reports)


3. Development
25%
4. Attitude
5%

evidence
(punctuality,

written

exam)
30%

(homework,

participations)

respect,

responsibility)

A question of sport

The alphabet and Numbers

Personal information

Personal pronouns and Verb TO BE

Definitions and explanation:

The alphabet
Spelling names and surnames
Days of the week and months of
the year
Ordinal numbers
Cardinal numbers
Dates, time, telephone numbers
and address.

Countries and nationalities


Whrere are you from?
Where do you live?

Verb to be structure (affirmative,


negative and question)
Wh question words

Adjectives

Possessive adjectives, Possessive


pronouns / Object pronouns and
Reflexive pronouns

Demostrative adjectives (this/that


these/those
Character Adjectives
Adjective list
Possessive adjectives with family
members
Whose? Possessive S
Possessive pronouns (school
supplies)
Object pronouns (family and
friends)
Reflexive pronouns (actions at
home)

Expressing abilities

Can- Cant with personal actions

Likes and Dislikes

Food, drinks , sports and animals

Daily routines

Present simple (Verbs)


Frequency words