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Universidad de

Buenos Aires
Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: 2 ao nivel A TM

Ao: 2013

I- Objetivos:

Desarrollar competencias comunicativas para interactuar con hablantes


nativos y no nativos de la lengua extranjera.
Favorecer el desarrollo de la lecto-comprensin, comprensin auditiva,
habla y escritura desde una perspectiva comunicativa.
Utilizar micro-habilidades para facilitar el uso de las macro-habilidades de
manera autnoma.
Adquirir conocimientos sobre las diferentes funciones del uso de la lengua.
Diferenciar el uso de la lengua en contextos formales e informales.
Comprender y producir diferentes tipos de gneros discursivos.
Utilizar una pronunciacin inteligible.

II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: Getting Ready.


Topic: daily routines
Grammar Highlights: revision of simple present to talk about routines, adverbs of
frequency, prepositions of time (on in at), revision of Present Continuous to talk
about activities happening at the moment of speaking and temporary activities,
objective pronouns, like/enjoy/hate + ing
Vocabulary: daily activities and free time activities.
Writing: a description of the characters of a tv programme; an interview

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Unidad 2: Module 11: Memories
Topic: talking about our memories and anecdotes
Grammar Highlights: simple past of verb to be
Vocabulary: months, ordinal numbers, weather

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Unidad 3: Module 12:At Night
Topic: going out and staying in
Grammar Highlights: simple past of verb to be; there was/were
Vocabulary: meals, places, TV programmes

Unidad 4: Module 13: Accidents


Topic: accidents
Grammar Highlights: simple past (regular and irregular verbs) (affirmative and
negative)
Vocabulary: emergency services, road safety
Writing: a story

Unidad 5: Module 14: Missing Home


Topic: holidays
Grammar Highlights: comparative and superlative adjectives
Vocabulary: food, seasons
Writing: a story

Unidad 6: Module 15:Tests


Topic: Exams
Grammar Highlights: going to (for future plans); obligation (have/has to); absence
of obligation: (dont/doesnt have to)
Vocabulary: qualities, feelings
Writing: simple opinion piece

Unidad 7: Module 16: Goodbye


Topic: Party Time
Grammar Highlights: suggestions (why dont we?)
Vocabulary: food and drink
Writing: simple opinion piece

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III- Bibliografa Obligatoria:
Libro de Texto: Harris, M. & Mower, D. (2002). New Opportunities Beginner.
Pearson Longman. England, UK

Material de Lectura: Stewart, Paul The Diary (1996). Penguin Books. England,
UK

Pelculas: I am Sam (Mi Nombre es Sam)


Pay it Forward (Cadena de Favores)

COLEGIO NACIONAL DE BUENOS AIRES


DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLS, 2013
PROGRAMA DE 2DO AO, NIVEL B TURNO MAANA
PROFESORA: JIMENA VEIGA.

EXPECTATIVAS DE LOGRO.

Que el alumno:

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Desarrolle habilidades en las cuatro reas lingsticas para una comunicacin
natural y eficaz.
Utilice estrategias de comprensin lectora y auditiva para analizar textos
originales.
A travs de los textos, conozca realidades distintas a la propia, que faciliten su
vnculo con el otro.
Elabore textos de distinto formato.
Manifieste su opinin utilizando la lengua extranjera.

UNITS:
Unit 1
Revision. Tenses. Simple Present. Present Continuous. Adverbs of
frequency. Time expressions.

Unit 2:
Telling stories. Simple Past (all forms). Regular and Irregular verbs. Use of
tenses for narratives.Writing: Narratives. Storytelling. Vocabulary: Romance.
Fiction. Stories. Historical Places. Multi-part verbs (particles: out, in, up,
down). Wordbuilding. Prepositions: in, into, on, out of, to, at. Linking: one
day, the next day, suddenly, after that, because, so, in the end, next, then,
when.
The Terrible Screaming by Janet Frame.

Unit 3:
Talking about food. Exercise and healthy living. Illnesses. Countable and
Uncountable nouns. Partitives. Plural nouns.Vocabulary connected to Food
and Drink. Containers. Physical activities. Prepositions of place: at, on,
in.Linking: But, however, although.

Unit 4:
Talking about sports. Describing sporting events. Modality (have to / dont
have to, can/cant, Should / Shouldnt, Had to / Didnt Have To). Vocabulary
connected to Sports. Verbs. Equipment. Wordbuilding: Adverbs.
Prepositions: above, across, over, up.
Linking: after, before, during. Writing: Newspaper Articles.

Unit 5:
Talking about appearance and personality. The importance of fashion and
image in society. Comparative and Superlative Form of Adjectives.
Vocabulary: Adjectives to describe appearance and personality. Materials.
Clothes. Shopping. Multi-part verbs (up, off, for). Wordbuilding (adjectives
from nouns). Jobs and Occupations. Applying for a job. Fixed phrases (a big
break, of all time, a long time ago, etc). Expressing opinions (be for/against
something, to agree/disagree, etc).
Linking: eitheror. Writing: Opinion pieces.
The Old Man at the Bridge by Ernest Hemingway.

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Unit 6:
Talking about machines, computers and science. Present Perfect (all forms).
Regular and irregular verbs. Use of ever, never, just, since, for, already,
recently, yet, still. How long? Vocabulary: Computers. Science. Machines.
The Internet. Linking: firstly, secondly, maybe, too/also, finally.
Writing: Emails.
Popular Mechanics by Raymond Carver.

Unit 7:
Talking about the future. Be Going to / Will, Wont. Present Continuous with
future meaning. Contrast between different ways to express the future.
Vocabulary: Voluntary work. Causes. Multi-part verbs (out, on, across).
Specific vocabulary connected to email writing.
Linking: to, for.
Writing: Formal and informal dialogues.
The Fun They Had by Isaac Asimov.

DISTRIBUCIN DEL TIEMPO:


1er Trimestre: Unidades 1, 2 y 3.
2do Trimestre: Unidades 4 y 5.
3er Trimestre: Unidades 6 y 7.

EVALUACIN:

CRITERIO
Se tendr en cuenta:
El trabajo en el aula y la responsabilidad para con la materia.
La participacin en clase y la lectura y anlisis de los textos.
Las pruebas escritas y orales.
Los trabajos prcticos, sean individuales o grupales.
NOTA: En todos los casos, se har hincapi en el proceso de cada alumno
en particular, ms que en los resultados finales.

INSTRUMENTOS
La evaluacin ser continua, a partir de los debates, el desarrollo de las
clases y el monitoreo del progreso de cada alumno.
Por otra parte, se evaluar a los alumnos mediante pruebas de cada uno de
los temas trabajados en clase.
As tambin, se realizarn un mnimo de dos (2) trabajos prcticos por
trimestre y una evaluacin trimestral integradora.
En el segundo trimestre, los alumnos realizarn un trabajo prctico grupal
con formato de radioteatro.
Finalmente, se llevar un control de cada alumno sobre su desempeo en el
anlisis de los trabajos vinculados a la literatura.

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BIBLIOGRAFA

Libro de Texto

Harris, Mower and Sikorzynska Anna. New Opportunities Elementary.


Students Book. England: Pearson Longman, 2006.
Harris, Mower and Sikorzynska Anna. New Opportunities Elementary.
Powerbook. England: Pearson Longman, 2006.

De consulta del alumno

Clarke, Simon. Macmillan English Grammar in Context. Oxford: Macmillan,


2008.

Websites

http://www.youtube.com
http://www.m-w.com
http://www.thefreedictionary.com
http://visual.merriam-webster.com

Del docente

Anderson, Holley, Metcalf Rob. Grammar Practice for Pre-Intermediate


Students. England: Pearson Education Limited, 2007. Third edition.
Clarke, Simon. Macmillan English Grammar in Context. Oxford: Macmillan,
2008.
Mc Carthy, ODell Felicity. Basic Vocabulary in Use. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2010.

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Vince, M. (2003). Pre- Intermediate Language Practice. MacMillan Education:
Oxford.

The complete works of George Orwell. Disponible en http://www.george-


orwell.org/1984

Sparknotes: 1984. Disponible en http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/1984/

Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Profesora: Ivana Choque

Curso: 2 ao Nivel C

Ao: 2013

I- Objetivos:

Desarrollar competencias comunicativas para interactuar con hablantes


nativos y no nativos de la lengua extranjera.
Favorecer el desarrollo de la lecto-comprensin, comprensin auditiva,
habla y escritura desde una perspectiva comunicativa.
Utilizar micro-habilidades para facilitar el uso de las macro-habilidades de
manera autnoma.
Descubrir y comprender las diferentes culturas que dominan el idioma
ingls para favorecer la comunicacin.
Adquirir conocimientos sobre las diferentes funciones del uso de la lengua.
Diferenciar el uso de la lengua en contextos formales e informales.
Comprender y producir diferentes tipos de gneros discursivos.

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Utilizar una pronunciacin, ritmo y acento inteligibles.

II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: Desafos
Presente Perfecto vs. Pasado Simple. Vocabulario referido a empleos, adjetivos
que expresan opinin. Escritura de una narracin.

Unidad 2: Celebracin
Must / Mustnt / Have To / Dont Have To /Can/ Could para expresar necesidad y
posibilidad. Vocabulario referido a las celebraciones. Escritura de las reglas
ulicas.
Lectura: 1984

Unidad 3: Comida
Comparativos y Superlativos. Vocabulario referido a comidas. Escritura de un e-
mail.
Lectura: 1984

Unidad 4: Dinero
Quantificadores (some-any- no-much-many-a lot of- a little- a few). Vocabulario
referido a negocios.
Lectura: 1984

Unidad 5: Gadgets
Will y Going to para expresar predicciones (posibles eventos futuros). Vocabulario
referido a expresar opiniones. Escritura de un anuncio de venta.
Lectura: Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Unidad 6: Comunicacin
Expresar leyes y situaciones posibles utilizando condicional 0 y 1. Vocabulario
referido a expresar opiniones. Escritura de un prrafo expresando opiniones.
Lectura: Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Unidad 7: La web
Expresar situaciones hipotticas e imaginarias utilizando condicional 2.
Vocabulario referido a diferentes fuentes de informacin. Escritura de una pgina
de Internet.
Lectura: Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Unidad 8: El mar

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Presente Perfecto para expresar eventos que comenzaron en le pasado y todava
siguen estando. Vocabulario referido a actividades de tiempo libre. Escritura de un
prrafo expresando opiniones.
Lectura: 1984

Unidad 9: Las montaas


Vos pasiva para enfatizar la accin. Vocabulario referido al clima y a deportes de
invierno. Escritura de una carta formal realizando un pedido.
Lectura: The Eye of Childhood (short stories) Should Wizard hit Mommy?
The Open Window Next Term, Well Mash you

III- Bibliografa Obligatoria:

Dean, M. (2003). 1984 George Orwell. Penguin Educated Limited. England: UK.

Escott, J. & Bassett, J. (2003). The Eye of the Childhood. Oxford University Press.
Oxford: UK.

Harris, M. & Mower, D. (2008). New Opportunities Pre- Intermediate. Pearson


Longman. England: UK.

Naudi, Margaret (2001). Tales of Mystery and Imagination. Edgar Allan Poe.
Penguin Educated Limited. England: UK.

IV- Bibliografa de consulta y/o complementaria

Nineteen eighty four- 1984. Disponible en http://video.google.com/videoplay?


docid=-5464625623984168940#

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Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
Departamento de Ingls
PROGRAMA 2do D TM
Ao: 2013
Prof. Iris ALBORNOZ

Objetivos

Lograr que los alumnos

Comprendan textos orales y escritos provenientes de diversas fuentes y


correspondientes al nivel.
Produzcan textos orales y escritos teniendo en cuenta las caractersticas
del tipo textual, el propsito comunicativo y la audiencia.
Utilicen el vocabulario y las estructuras gramaticales acordes con su nivel.
Se comuniquen en forma correcta y apropiada en situaciones
comunicativas varias y accedan a la cultura de los pueblos de habla
inglesa, como as tambin al universo de informacin que utiliza el idioma
ingls.
Reflexionen sobre la relevancia del ingls en el mundo actual y las
diferencias y similitudes con nuestra propia cultura.
Desarrollen respeto por s mismos, sus pares y la comunidad en general.
Adopten conductas de responsabilidad y solidaridad, entre otros valores,
indispensables en el aspecto formativo de la enseanza.

Unidad 1: Revision Unit. School Today, School Last year. My experience at CNBA.
Revision: Simple Tenses. Present, Past, Future. All forms . Wh- questions.
Adverbs. Perfect Tenses.

Unidad 2: Travel
Topics: Problems.
Vocabulary: Transport Problems. Collocations.Means of Transport. Air Travel.
GTravel Words. Idioms.

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Grammar: Present Perfect Simple and Continuous. Words and Expressions for
addition and contrast (although, in spite of, in addition, on the other hand)
Reading: An internet page. Tourist Information. Fear of Flying? Getting Around
Britain.
Short Story: David Swan by N. Hawthorne-

Unidad 3: The Media.

Topics: Whats in the Newspapers? Magazines. The Internet. Internet News.The


Radio and TV. Breaking News. Reforms in the Judiciary in Argentina. The Media in
Argentina.

Vocabulary: Media Words. Types of News. Parts of a Newspaper.The Internet.


Idioms. Compound adjectives. Expressing Opinions.

Grammar: The Passive. All forms and tenses. Characteristics of Active and Passive
Voice Constructions. Use and effects of Overuse of passive Voice.
Reading: An internet page.
Listening: A Radio Programme.
Short Story: Lamb to the Slaughterby R. Dahl.
Writing: A Newspaper Article.

Unidad 4: Advertising

Topics: Persuasion. Classified Ads. TV commercials.Vocabulary : Opinion


Adjectives. Adevertising Expressions. Idioms. Language of advertising for
Adolescents. Shopping Problems.

Grammar: Future: Will, going to, simple present, present cont, may/might. So/
such..that / enough, too .Articles.

Video Watching: TV adverts from the Eighties.

Unidad 5: People. Generations.

Grammar: Modals for speculating.Sentence Transformation.Past Modals.

Vocabulary:Personality Adjectives Prefixes to make opposite of Adjectives.

Listening: Generation Problems.

Film Watching: Northanger Abbey.

Reading: Tea by Saki

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Unidad 6: Learning

Vocabulary: School Words. Teaching and Learning. Schools and Universities. Why
Learn English?

Grammar: Zero, First, Second Third Conditional Sentences Verbs take, get, have,
make. Multi-part Verbs. Verbs following by in or to inf

Reading: The last Night of the World by R. Bradbury.

Film Watching: The Kings Speech

Bibliografa Obligatoria

-New Opportunities Intermediate by Michael Harris, David Mower & Anna


Sikorzynska
Students and Workbook. Pearson Longman.
-Dixon, R. Complete Course in English 4 (2000) Prentice Hl Regents, Englewood
Cliffs. UK.
-Mignani, A. Sweet and Sour. ( 2001) Black Cat Pusblishing- Cibed. Canterbury.
-Mignani, A. The Splintering Frame. (2001) Black Cat Publishing.
Cideb.Canterbury
-From the Cradle to the Grave British and American Short Stories. Oxford
Bookworm Collections.Oxford (1995)
-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc-Bk11xWug

Bibliografa de Consulta:
-Fowler, W.S.Test and Practise your English. Beginners to Intermediate. Nelson.
Hong Kong
-English Grammar atttp://www.edufind.com/english/grammar/grammar_topics.php

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Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingles

Curso: 2do E

Ao: 2013

Docente: Mara Vernica Pernbaum

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

- Utilizar con precisin estructuras gramaticales y vocabulario


correspondientes al nivel.

- Comunicarse con claridad, correccin y fluidez por medio de textos orales y


escritos.

- Ampliar su manejo de funciones comunicativas y reas lxicas.

- Conocer la cultura de los pases de habla inglesa y compararla con la


propia.

- Extender el trabajo de aula fuera de la misma realizando tareas de


investigacin mediante el uso de bibliografa adecuada.

- Trabajar en grupo en forma organizada y productiva, respetando el trabajo


de los dems y haciendo respetar el propio.

II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: (Unit 4): Beauty


Passive voice

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Have sthg done

Multi part verbs

Film reviews

Vocabulary of people, literature, music, films.


Unidad 2: (Unit 5): New frontiers
Future tenses

Future cont.

Future Perfect

Vocabulary of science and future

Multi part verbs

Essays
Unidad 3 : (Unit 6): Soft machine
Conditionals 1,2,3

Book review

Vocabulary of health and medical advances

Multi part verbs

Unidad 4: (Unit 7): Journeys


Verb patterns

Expressions using ing or to inf

Multi part verbs

Vocabulary of travel

III- Trabajos Prcticos:

Oral presentations:

Music

Films

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Books

IV- Bibliografa Obligatoria:

New Opportunities Upper Int Students book. _ Pearson Longman


New Opportunities Upper Int WorkBook _ Pearson Longman
Persuasion_ Jane Austen Black Cat

Universidad de
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Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: Nivel F (Turno Maana)

Ao: Segundo

Profesor: Mariano Toms Alarcn

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

Relatar historias ledas con fluidez.


Dominar las Voces Activa y Pasiva.
Reconocer expresiones idiomticas.
Distinguir las proposiciones adjetivas definitorias de las NO definitorias.
Incorporar verbos fraseales.
Manejar el Estilo Indirecto con propiedad.
Sintetizar textos escritos con capacidad de sntesis.
Utilizar el Sujeto Anticipatorio y el Objeto Preparatorio adecuadamente.
Transformar oraciones sintcticamente para convertirlas en enfticas.
Usar los verbos causales con correccin.

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II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: THE TRIALS OF TECHNOLOGY


Grammar: It as preparatory subject / object. Making comparisons.
Vocabulary: Computers. Words from other languages.
Reading: Schoolboy Spy.

Unidad 2: GETTING AWAY FROM IT ALL


Grammar: Relative Clauses (advanced features). Linking words.
Vocabulary: Expressive description. Adverbials expressing attitude.
Reading: The Best Railway Journeys.

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Unidad 3: TRIAL AND ERROR (Unabridged).
By Jeffrey Archer.

Unidad 4: MIND OVER MATTER


Grammar: Emphasis with inversion. Questions
Vocabulary: Expressions with take. Sound and light.
Reading: The Man Who Mistook his Wife.

Unidad 5: AN INTERESTING BUSINESS


Grammar: Passives. Participle Clauses.
Vocabulary: Language of Business. Phrasal verbs with up / down.
Reading: The Wind-Up Merchant.

Unidad 6: THE COMPANION (Unabridged)


By Agatha Christie.

Unidad 7: ITS ONLY NATURAL


Grammar: Reported Speech (advanced features).
Vocabulary: Text-referring words. Word + preposition.

Unidad 8: ITS ALL IN THE PAST


Grammar: Passives (advanced features). Have / Get something done.
Vocabulary: Idiomatic language of talking / communication.
Reading: The Living Dead.

Unidad 9: THE WAY UP TO HEAVEN (Unabridged)


By Roald Dahl.

III- Trabajos Prcticos: No corresponden.

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IV- Bibliografa Obligatoria:

1) ADVANCED GOLD. COURSEBOOK. By Richard Acklam & Sally Burgess.


Pearson Longman.
2) TWELVE RED HERRINGS. Harper Collins.
3) CRIME NEVER PAYS (Anthology) Oxford University Press.
4) SOMEONE LIKE YOU (Anthology) Cambridge University Press.

V- Bibliografa de consulta y/o complementaria:

1) ADVANCED LANGUAGE PRACTICE. By Michael Vince. Heinemann.

Departamento de Ingls

Programa 2013

2 nivel A Turno Tarde

Prof. Marisa Voloch

I. Objetivos

Que los alumnos sean capaces de comprender frases y expresiones de uso


frecuente en las reas de experiencia que le son especialmente relevantes (
informacin bsica sobre s mismos y su familia, compras, lugares de
inters, etc)
Que los alumnos puedan comunicarse a la hora de llevar a cabo tareas
simples y cotidianas que requieran intercambios sencillos y directos de
informacin.

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Que los alumnos sepan describir en trminos sencillos aspectos de su
pasado y su entorno, as como cuestiones relacionadas con sus
necesidades inmediatas.
Que los alumnos puedan desarrollar las cuatro habilidades en forma de
comprensin o expresin logrando una competencia lingstica acorde a su
nivel.
Que los alumnos puedan abordar textos literarios acorde a su nivel,
extrayendo el sentido general de los mismos y el sentido particular del
vocabulario para incrementar su lxico y cultura general.
Que los alumnos encuentren en la lengua inglesa una herramienta de
comunicacin y expresin y, teniendo en cuenta sus aspectos lingsticos y
culturales.

II. Contenidos

Unidad 1. Learning to learn. / Perodo de Revisin.


.Grammar Focus: Verb to Be (all forms and all persons); commands (imperatives);
subject pronouns, possessive adjectives; this, that, these, those, have got/has got;
can/cant (ability)
.Vocabulary: nationalities; your class (classroom objects), colours, the language of
instructions.
.Reading and Listening: dialogues, descriptions, questions, instructions.
.Speaking: pair work, class surveys, reading instructions. Guessing game.
. Writing: All about me! ( a personal description) and filling a form.

Unidad 2. Friends /
.Grammar Focus: present simple, affirmative and negative. Function: Meeting
people
.Vocabulary: sports, hobbies, places, routines, jobs, verb-noun collocations.
Prepositions: in, from (place).
.Reading and Listening: dialogues, descriptions,
.Listening: dialogues and files (personal information). Matching
.Reading: TV show character profiles, emails. Reading strategies: prediction.
Culture Corner 3: The Seaside / Extra Time.
.Speaking: role-play: exchanging personal information. Describing family and
friends. Talking about transport (How do you come to school?); phone
conversations (role-plays); talking about clothes; speaking game (Playing
charades). Oral presentation: description of a photo.
.Writing: an e-mail (advert for a pen friend). Linking words: and.

Unidad 3. Personality/
.Grammar Focus: Present Simple 2 ( questions; adverbs of frequency)
Pronunciation: Intonation with questions.
Functions: preferences.
Prepositions: good at-interested in-

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.Vocabulary: personality, moods; family relations; days of the week; hobbies and
interests, adjectives.
.Reading and Listening: dialogues, descriptions of people. Reading a
questionnaire. Listening to an interview. Reading a personal letter. Linking: when.
Skills: Prediction
. Speaking: describing family and friends. Group survey (asking for and giving
information)
. Extensive Reading: One-Way Ticket Stories"
. Writing: a personal letter.

Unidad 4 Around Town/


. Grammar Focus: There is/are
.Vocabulary: places; phrases with get, times.
Function: asking for tourist information.- requests.
Prepositions on, at, in, next to, opposite.
Pronunciation: contractions.
.Reading and Listening: Edinburgh web page; tourist brochure.
.Listening: Places (matching). Tourist information.
.Reading: Culture Corner 4: British Wildlife .
.Extensive Reading: One-Way Ticket stories.
.Speaking: about local places. Asking and giving information.

Unidad 5 Going Places/


.Grammar Focus: possessive s, whose or whos.
.Vocabulary: Holiday activities; months, seasons, equipment, weather, word-
building, things to do.
Function: describing weather; asking
Prepositions: in, on (time); good at, bad at, interested in,
Pronunciation: genitives /s/, /z/, /iz/
Linking: also
.Reading and Listening: holiday activities, interview, weather (filling in a chart)
.Reading: an advert, trekking holiday, notes (invitation and reply),
Extensive Reading: London ( a travel guide)
.Speaking: about holidays .
.Writing: My Top Ten list of favourite places in Buenos Aires - A Personal
Description of the City. ( + an online prezi )

Unidad 6 History/
. Grammar Focus: Past simple affirmative (regular and irregular verbs). Function:
asking classroom questions. Pronunciation: -ed endings (/t/, /id/, /d/). Prepositions:
in-to-from.
.Vocabulary: history words, areas of study, jobs, masculine/feminine words, word-
building.
. Reading and Listening: story order. A history lesson. Reading strategy: words you
dont know
.Reading: biographical data; a biography, a history text.
.Extensive reading: David Copperfield ( by Charles Dickens).

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.Speaking: retelling a story/ past events/anecdotes. Role-play: giving and checking
information.
.Writing: a biography. Commas, spelling, Linking words: after, and, because,
before, when then.

Unidad 7 Telling Stories


. Grammar Focus: Past simple negatives and questions. Prepositions: in, into, on,
out of, to, at (place/direction). Function: telling and listening to stories.
. Vocabulary: genres of stories (fiction); prepositions (place/direction), multi-part
verbs, romance, fiction.
. Reading and Listening: story summaries; dialogue completion (gap filling); a
ghost story
.Reading: a dialogue about cats; Culture Corner Historical Britain, a short story.
. Extensive reading: The Prince and the Pauper, by ( chapters )
.Speaking: telling a story. Asking for and giving information.
.Writing: a ghost story. Linking words: one day, the next day, suddenly, after that,
because, in the end.

III. Trabajos Prcticos: A personal guide of Buenos Aires.

IV. Bibliografa:

- New Opportunities, Education for Life, Elementary, Students Book.


Michael Harris & David Mower. Pearson Longman.
- New Opportunities, Education for Life, Elementary, Language Powerbook.
Amanda Maris. Pearson Longman.
- Oxford Bilingual Dictionary. Oxford University Press.
- Websites: www.channel4learning.com
- www.prezi.com

EXTENSIVE READING & DISCUSSION


- One-Way Ticket Stories by Jennifer Bassett (Oxford Bookworms Library)
- London, a guide (OUP)
- David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens

Films:
- Back to the Future 1
- Elizabeth The Golden Age
- David Copperfield

Prof. Marisa Voloch

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COLEGIO NACIONAL DE BS. AS

DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLS, 2013

PROGRAMA DE 2ndo AO, NIVEL B

TURNO Tarde
PROFESORA: GRODZKI Barbara

EXPECTATIVAS DE LOGRO:
Se espera que el alumno logre:
-Comprender textos orales y escritos de distintas fuentes y gneros
correspondientes al nivel.
-Producir textos orales y escritos teniendo en cuenta registro, estilo y
destinatario.
-Seleccionar y emplear el vocabulario y estructuras adecuadas al
propsito comunicativo.
-Desarrollar una actitud crtica frente a los materiales propuestos y sus
implicancias culturales y sociales.
-Desarrollar el metalenguaje indispensable en el aprendizaje de un
idioma.
UNIDADES DIDCTICAS:
Unidad 1 TELLING STORIES

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A Love Story (EPICAC)
Historical Britain
Simple Past: affirmative and negative sentences and questions.
Word formation: e.g. science : scientist (noun)- scientific (adjective)
Prepositons: in, into, out, out of, to, at
Linking words: one day, next, suddenly, after that, because, in the end
The story of King Arthur
READING: Oscar Wildes The Canterville Ghost
Unit 2 : HEALTHY LIVING AND SPORT (Modules 7 & 8)
Keeping fit. A healthy diet. A health survey. A health report.
At the doctors. Accidents. To be operated on.../
Have an arm/ leg in plaster / in a cast
Describing a sport. Your own experience in sports.
Linking words: before, during, after.
Have to, dont have to, can, cant
Robin Hood.

Unit 3: HOLIDAYS (Module 9)


Kinds of holiday. Places to stay. Descriptions. A horrible holiday.
A fantastic time. The weather.
Positive and negative adjectives.
Expressions: spend time / spend money/ have a nice/ a horrible/ time

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Present Continuous: describing actions in progress.
Prepositions: down, through, on, next to.
Linking words: and, also, too.
Unit 4: CULTURES (Module 10)
Albarn in Africa. Your favourite music.

Unit 5: IMAGE (Module 11)


Looking good. A question of image.
Linking words: either /or
Comparison of adjectives.

Unit 6: CELEBRITIES (Module 12)


Opinion adjectives.. Superlatives.
Star watching. Your opinion about stars, fame and popularity.
Word formation: action and result adjectives: e.g: boring- bored
READING: Daphne Du Mauriers Dont look now

Unit 7: VOLUNTEERS (Module 13)


Voluntary work. Raising money for Charity.
Future with Going to Linking words: to, for.
SHOPPING (Module 14)
Joke and party shops. Real and virtual shopping.
Simple Future: Prediction with Will/ Wont
Prepositions: for, in, at, from, to, with.
Contrast between Simple Future and going to
Unit 8: COMPUTERS (Module 15)
Robotics. Computer magic.
Present Perfect. Have you ever....? He has never......
Already / Yet/ Just

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Verbs of sensation: hear vs listen- see / look/ watch- touch/ feel
Disabilities: blind / deaf/ disabled people
READING: Arthur Clarkes The Secret
SPACE (Module 16)
Alien life. Visitors from Space. U.F.Os.
Linking words: however, because, also.
Zero Conditional: If I dont know a word I look it up in the dictionary.

PRESUPUESTO DE TIEMPO:
Se presupone desarrollar cuatro unidades en cada cuatrimestre.
EVALUACIN
Criterios: Para la evaluacin se tendr en cuenta la actitud y conducta
en clase, la colaboracin en la presentacin de temas, los comentarios
crticos del alumno en las discusiones en clase, la colaboracin en tareas
con sus pares, la fluidez y pronunciacin en la expresin oral propia del
nivel, el manejo de vocabulario y estructuras apropiadas del nivel, la
presentacin de tareas en tiempo y forma y su capacidad de
autocorreccin.
Instrumentos: Se asignar presentaciones orales sobre temas ledos en
clase, informes de comprobacin de lectura, de opinin, tareas de
aplicacin de temas gramaticales en contextos apropiados, y dos
pruebas escritas por trimestre.

BIBLIOGRAFIA DEL ALUMNO

Textos:
Harris Michael Dir, Bille August, 2007, et al, New Opportunities
,Elementary, Pearson- Longman, 2006 .(Units 6 to 16)

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Las lecturas obligatorias son las que figuran en cada unidad.
BIBLIOGRAFA DEL DOCENTE
Clark, Stewart & Pointon, Graham, (2003) Word for Word, Oxford
Crowther Jonathan, ed., Oxford Guide to British and American
Culture, Oxford
Eastwood, John, (2006), Oxford Practice Grammar, Oxford
Hornby, A. S, (2006), Advanced Learners Dictionary, Oxford

Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: C (Turno Tarde)

Ao: Segundo

Profesor: Mariano Toms Alarcn

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

Comprender la idea general de textos ledos.


Describir lugares y personas
Resumir material previamente preparado con capacidad de sntesis.
Utilizar los tiempos verbales con correccin.
Comparar objetos, personas y lugares.
Expresar planes e intenciones en un futuro cercano.
Formar colocaciones coloquiales.
Tomar decisiones espontneamente.
Unir trminos para elaborar compuestos.
Construir adjetivos derivados de sustantivos.

II- Contenidos:

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Unidad 1: LIFE IN THE UK
Reading: British superstitions.
Vocabulary: Collocations.

Unidad 2: LOOKING GOOD


Reading: A Magazine Article.
Grammar: Comparative Degree of Adjectives.

Unidad 3: APPEARANCE
Reading: A Question of Image
Vocabulary: Descriptive Adjectives and Nouns.

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Unidad 4: HOLLYWOOD GREATS
Reading: Hollywood Factfile.
Grammar: Superlative Degree of Adjectives.

Unidad 5: DEAD MANS SHOES (Abridged).


By Michael Innes.

Unidad 6: STAR WATCHING


Reading: A Magazine Article.
Vocabulary: Word Building (Nouns and Adjectives)

Unidad 7: VOLUNTARY WORK


Listening: An Interview.
Grammar: Going-to Future.

Unidad 8: RAISING MONEY


Reading: A Magazine Article.
Vocabulary: Verb-Noun Collocations.

Unidad 9: JOKE AND PARTY SHOPS


Reading: Adverts of Products.
Grammar: Simple Future.

Unidad 10: THE LITTLE MYSTERY (Abridged)


By E. C. Bentley.

Unidad 11: REAL OR VIRTUAL SHOPPING


Reading: Website about different shops.
Vocabulary: Singular and Plural.

Unidad 12: ROBOTICS


Reading: A Web Page.

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Grammar: Present Perfect Simple.

Unidad 13: COMPUTER MAGIC


Reading: A Magazine Article.
Vocabulary: Verb-Noun Collocations.

Unidad 14: ALIEN LIFE


Vocabulary: Irregular Verbs.
Grammar: Adverbs used with Present Perfect Simple.

Unidad 15: TRUE STORIES


Reading: Visitors from Space?
Vocabulary: Compound Words.

Unidad 16: THE TREASURE HUNT (Abridged)


By Edgar Wallace.

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III- Trabajos Prcticos: No corresponden.

IV- Bibliografa Obligatoria:

1) NEW OPPORTUNITIES (Pre-Intermediate). By Michael Harris, David Mower &


Anna Sikorzynska. Pearson Longman.

V- Bibliografa de consulta y/o complementaria:

1) English Grammar In Use (Elementary). By Raymond Murphy. Cambridge


University Press.

Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
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Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: 2do E

Ao: 2013

Docente: Mara Vernica Pernbaum

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

- Utilizar con precisin estructuras gramaticales y vocabulario


correspondientes al nivel.

- Comunicarse con claridad, correccin y fluidez por medio de textos orales y


escritos.

- Ampliar su manejo de funciones comunicativas y reas lxicas.

- Conocer la cultura de los pases de habla inglesa y compararla con la


propia.

- Extender el trabajo de aula fuera de la misma realizando tareas de


investigacin mediante el uso de bibliografa adecuada.

- Trabajar en grupo en forma organizada y productiva, respetando el trabajo


de los dems y haciendo respetar el propio.

II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: (Unit 5): Advertising

Future tenses

Articles

Vocabulary of Shopping and advertising

Multipart verbs

Unidad 2: (Unit 6): People

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Modal verbs for speculation

Modal verbs in the past

Vocabulary for describing people

Multi part verbs

Essays

Unidad 3: (Unit 7): Learning


Conditional sentences 1 & 2

Verbs + inf

Verbs + gerund

Film reviews

Multi part verbs

Vocabulary of learning & schools

Unidad 4: (Unit 8): Careers

Reported statements
Reported verb patterns
Multi part verbs
Book reviews
Vocabulary of careers, jobs and wages.

III- Trabajos Prcticos:

Oral presentations:

Music

Films

Books

IV- Bibliografa Obligatoria:

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New Opportunities Int Students book. _ Pearson
Longman
New Opportunities Int WorkBook _ Pearson
Longman
Persuasion- Jane Austen Black Cat

Departamento de Ingls
PROGRAMA 2do D TT
Ao: 2013
Prof. Iris ALBORNOZ

Objetivos

Lograr que los alumnos

Comprendan textos orales y escritos provenientes de diversas fuentes y


correspondientes al nivel.
Produzcan textos orales y escritos teniendo en cuenta las caractersticas del tipo
textual, el propsito comunicativo y la audiencia.
Utilicen el vocabulario y las estructuras gramaticales acordes con su nivel.
Se comuniquen en forma correcta y apropiada en situaciones comunicativas varias
y accedan a la cultura de los pueblos de habla inglesa, como as tambin al
universo de informacin que utiliza el idioma ingls.
Reflexionen sobre la relevancia del ingls en el mundo actual y las diferencias y
similitudes con nuestra propia cultura.
Desarrollen respeto por s mismos, sus pares y la comunidad en general.

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Adopten conductas de responsabilidad y solidaridad, entre otros valores,
indispensables en el aspecto formativo de la enseanza.

Unidad 1: Celebration
Topics: Comparing cultures: celebrations.
Vocabulary: Weddings. School Rules. Parties.
Grammar: Modal verbs: must, mustnt, have to, dont have to, neednt, can, cant.
Reading: An internet page. Tourist information.
Short Story: Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen by O. Henry
Communication: Speaking: Celebrations. Giving advice and congratulations.
Writing: My Cousins Wedding

Unidad 2: Food
Topics: Eating Out. Whats Cooking?
Vocabulary: Food. Food adjectives. Common verbs: get
Grammar: Comparatives and superlatives.
Reading: A restaurant guide. Short Story: David Swan by N.Hawthorne.
Communication: Healthy diets. Requests.
Video Watching: Going Crazy. Eating Vegetables.

Unidad 3: Money
Topics: Sad Millionaires. Money Matters.
Vocabulary: Money verbs. Shops and banks. Personal Finance Vocabulary. Adjectives for
Products. Multi-part Verbs.
Grammar: Some, any, no. Much, many, a lot (of). A little, a few.
Reading: A magazine article. A questionnaire. Short Story: The Pearl by J Steinbeck.
The Gold Coin by Communication: Shopping. Asking for Information
Writing: Money Makes the World Go Around; The Customer is Always Right; Ive won
(a lot of money) on the Lottery, my Future Plans?.

Unidad 4: Gadgets
Topics: Inventions. Adverts.
Vocabulary: Gadgets and machines. Opinion adjectives. ed, -ing adjectives. Adjectives
and adverbs.
Grammar: Future: Will and Going to
Reading: Quotations. Magazine adverts.
Communication: Gadgets. Sales talk. Predictions.
Writing: An advert.

Unidad 5: Communication
Topics: Mobile Fever. The Box. Radio Days.
Vocabulary: Communication. Multi-part verbs. TV programmes. Opinion adjectives.
Grammar: Zero and First Conditional.

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Reading: A magazine article (Identifying facts and opinions). A TV guide. A magazine
article (Culture).
Communication: A discussion programme. Opinions (Negotiating). Talking about TV and
radio. Comparing cultures: radio listening habits.
Listening: A song: Radio Ga Ga, by Queen.
Writing: An essay on communication.

Unidad 6: The Web


Topics: Online. Virtual Tourism.
Vocabulary: The Internet. Sources of information. Common verbs: do, make.
Grammar: Second Conditional.
Reading: A factfile. A questionnaire. A web page.
Communication: Making phone calls and taking messages. Asking for and finding out
information. Talking about the Internet. Speaking about your ideal future.
Writing: An internet page.
Review: Zero, First and Second Conditional. Adverbs.

Unidad 7: The Sea


Topics: Round the World. Going Overseas. Nature.
Vocabulary: Leisure activities. Water activities. Reasons for emigrating. Adjectives; multi-
part verbs. Wordbuilding.
Grammar: Present Perfect Simple. too + adjective; not + adjective + enough.
Reading: A magazine article.
Listening: Sea sounds. Description of leisure activities. A radio interview. A dialogue.
Reading and listening: A story.

Bibliografa Obligatoria:

--Harris, M ; Mower, D and Sikorzynska A. New Opportunities Pre-Intermediate. Students


Book. (2006) Pearson-Longman. New York.
-Harris, M ; Mower, D and Sikorzynska A. New Opportunities Pre-Intermediate. Language
Power Book (2006). Pearson Longman. New York.
- Murphy, R. English Grammar in Use. Intermediate (1997) CUP. Cambridge.
-Dixon, R.J Complete Course in English 4 (2000) Prentice Hl Regents, Englewood Cliffs.
UK.
-Discovering Fiction Students Book 1. Cambridge University Press (1997) Cambridge.
UK.
Web Pages:
http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=2391
http://muttface.hubpages.com/hub/Food-Idiom-Exercises-for-ESL-Students

Bibliografa de Consulta:
- Murphy, R. English Grammar in Use. Intermediate (1997) CUP. Cambridge.

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-Fowler, W.S and Coe, N. Test and Practise your English. Beginners to Intermediate 1.
(1990) Nelson. Hong Kong.
-Mignani, A. Sweet and Sour. ( 2001) Black Cat Pusblishing- Cibed. Canterbury.
-English Grammar at http://www.edufind.com/english/grammar/grammar_topics.php

Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: 2do F Turno Tarde Prof. Cecilia Shecre

Ao: 2013

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

Construir dilogos utilizando las funciones y el vocabulario dado.


Adquirir hbitos de colaboracin, participacin y responsabilidad.
Redactar ensayos y descripciones tanto de lugares como de personas o
eventos.

II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1:

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Gramtica: Tiempos Verbales que expresan Futuro. Futuro Perfecto y Futuro
Continuo.

Vocabulario: Palabras compuestas. Multi-part verbs


Palabras relacionadas con la tecnologa y la ciencia. Vocabulario
sobre Enfermedades.

Unidad 2:
Gramtica: Oraciones Condicionales (Zero Conditionals First Type Second
Type Mixed Conditionals)
Verbos Modales (can could may might must should ought to
have - to/not have to neednt) seguidos de infinitivo o infinitivo perfecto.
Vocabulario: Multi-part verbs.
Conjunciones (Although, however, in addition to, whereas, etc)
Descripcin de Eventos

Unidad 3:
Gramtica: Verbos seguidos de to-inf and ing form.
Vocabulario: Multi-part verbs
Prefijos y Sufijos
Vocabulario de Viajes

Unidad 4:
Gramtica: Estilo Indirecto
Estructura de los verbos usados en estilo indirecto
Vocabulario: Multi-part verbs
Problemas Mundiales

Unidad 5
Gramtica: Oraciones Subordinadas (nfasis, persuasin)
Vocabulario: Multi-part Verbs
Vocabulario legal
Expresiones que indican Sugerencias

III- Trabajos Prcticos:


Guin de un video que uncluya las estructuras y funciones dadas durante el ao.

IV- Bibliografa Obligatoria: :


The Haunted Space Suit, Arthur C. Clark
The Inspiration of Mr. Budd,Dorothy Sayers
New Opportunities Upper Intermediate, Harris, Mower, Sikorzynska Pearson
Education Limited

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Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: 2A Turno Vespertino, prof Mascotto

Ao: 2013

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

Adquirir la habilidad de usar el idioma de modo que lleguen a ser capaces


de producir mensajes orales y escritos en ingls con el mnimo de fluidez y
correccin necesarios para una comunicacin eficaz.
Apropiarse de la capacidad de lecto-comprensin mediante la utilizacin
de material proveniente de diversas fuentes, y en relacin a los temas de
inters de los alumnos.
Desarrollar la comprensin auditiva a travs de un intenso trabajo con
material de audio y video.

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II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: Present Simple.

Object pronouns. Must/mustnt


Making friends.
Adverbs of frequency

Unidad 2: Was and were

There is/are. There was/were.


Possessives. Phone calls.

Unidad 3: Past Simple

Regular and Irregular verbs. Questions.


Write a biography
Telling a story

Unidad 4: Countables and Uncountables

Some, any, a lot of


How much/many?
Going to for future plans.

Unidad 5: Modal verbs

Must / Mustnt / Have To / Dont Have To . Can/Cant.


Connectors.
Describing a sport. Discussing a photo.

Unidad 6: Present Continuous

Asking for and giving directions


A phone call
Present continuous and present Simple

III- Bibliografa Obligatoria:

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- New Opportunities Beginner by Michael Harris, David Mower & Anna
Sikorzynska
Students and Workbook. Pearson Longman.

- New Opportunities Elementary by Michael Harris, David Mower & Anna


Sikorzynska
Students and Workbook. Pearson Longman.

-Readers: Emma by Jane austenOscar Wilde


Hamlet by William Shakespeare

-Audio: New Opportunities Elementary

-Pelculas: Mrs Doubtfire

IV- Bibliografa de consulta y/o complementaria:

-Audio: Hamlety Emma


-Canciones
-Newspaper articles

COLEGIO NACIONAL DE BUENOS AIRES


DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLS, 2013
PROGRAMA DE 2DO AO, NIVEL B TURNO VESPERTINO
PROFESORA: JIMENA VEIGA.

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EXPECTATIVAS DE LOGRO.

Que el alumno:

Desarrolle habilidades en las cuatro reas lingsticas para una comunicacin


natural y eficaz.
Utilice estrategias de comprensin lectora y auditiva para analizar textos originales
en forma crtica.
A travs de los textos, conozca realidades distintas a la propia, que faciliten su
vnculo con el otro.
Se integre en grupos de trabajo.
Elabore textos de distinto formato.
Manifieste su opinin utilizando la lengua extranjera.

UNITS:

Unit 1:
Revision. Tenses. Simple Present. Simple present for running commentaries and
for retellings. Present Continuous. Present Continuous for annoying habits. Simple
Past. Simple Past used in narrative sequences. Past Continuous. Use of when, as,
while. Present Perfect (all forms). Regular and irregular verbs. Adverbs of
frequency. Time expressions.

Unit 2:
Society and Family.
Going Overseas. Reasons for emigrating.
Present Perfect (all forms). Regular and irregular verbs. Use of ever, never,
just, since, for, already, recently, yet, still. How long? Use in context of
the different tenses (Simple Present, Present Continuous, Simple Past,
Past Continuous and Present Perfect).
Prepositions of time, place and movement. Prepositional phrases with IN /
ON / AT. Wordbuilding.
Popular Mechanics by Raymond Carver. Setting (time and place), atmosphere,
characters, themes, symbols.
Mrs Bixby and the Colonel's Coat" by Roald Dahl. Setting (time and place),
atmosphere, characters, themes, symbols.

Unit 3:
The Future.
Revision. Future tenses. Will, Wont / Be going to.
Predictions with and without evidence. Present Continuous and Simple Present
with future meaning. Time clauses.
Vocabulary: gadgets and machines/ inventions. Vocabulary used in adverts and
announcements. Opinion adjectives. Wordbuilding: -ed/ -ing adjectives.

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Linking: also, too, either.
Writing: Announcements.
The Veldt by Ray Bradbury. Setting (time and place), atmosphere, characters,
themes, symbols.

Unit 4:
Communication.
Communication in the 21st Century. The Media: newspapers, TV programmes,
the radio, the Internet.
Conditional Sentences: Type 0, 1 and 2.
Vocabulary connected to TV programmes and communication. Sources of
information. The Internet. Websites. Opinion adjectives. Collocations Make/ Do.
Functions: giving opinion and negotiating.
Interactive learning: Working with Facebook groups: creating a video/blog/website
and sharing it with the rest of the class.
The Terrible Screaming by Janet Frame. Setting (time and place), atmosphere,
characters, themes, symbols.

Unit 5:
The Arts.
Visual Arts. Performing Arts. Literature.
Relative Clauses. Relative pronouns: who, that, which, where, whose.
Vocabulary connected to the Arts. Useful expressions to describe pictures
and films. Verbs of movement. Words that do not mean the same.
Excerpts from different films to be analyzed in class.

Unit 6:
The World we Live in.
Geography. Mountains. The Environment. Argentina.
Passive Voice. Use of by....
Expressions with prepositions and adverbs. Vocabulary connected to weather, the
environment and geography.
Linking: time words.
Functions: Requests. Obtaining and giving information.

Unit 7:
Travelling.
Buildings and places of interest. Different ways of travelling.
Reported requests. Orders: affirmative and negative.
Vocabulary connected to travelling and architecture. Describing buildings.
Houses. Things found in homes.
Linking: reason and result.

DISTRIBUCIN DEL TIEMPO:


1er Trimestre: Unidades 1, 2 y 3.

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2do Trimestre: Unidades 4 y 5.
3er Trimestre: Unidades 6 y 7.

EVALUACIN:

CRITERIO
Se tendr en cuenta:
El trabajo en el aula y la responsabilidad para con la materia.
La participacin en clase y la lectura y anlisis de los textos.
Las pruebas escritas y orales.
Los trabajos prcticos, sean individuales o grupales.
NOTA: En todos los casos, se har hincapi en el proceso de cada alumno en
particular, ms que en los resultados finales.

INSTRUMENTOS
La evaluacin ser continua, a partir de los debates, el desarrollo de las clases y el
monitoreo del progreso de cada alumno.
Por otra parte, se evaluar a los alumnos mediante pruebas de cada uno de los
temas trabajados en clase.
As tambin, se realizarn un mnimo de dos (2) trabajos prcticos por trimestre y
una evaluacin trimestral integradora.
Finalmente, se llevar un control de cada alumno sobre su desempeo en el
anlisis de los trabajos vinculados a la literatura.

BIBLIOGRAFA

Libro de Texto

Harris, Mower and Sikorzynska Anna. New Opportunities Pre-Intermediate.


Students Book. England: Pearson Longman, 2006.
Reilly, Dean, Sikorzynska and Mrozowska, Hanna. New Opportunities Pre-
Intermediate. Powerbook. England: Pearson Longman, 2006.

De consulta del alumno

Clarke, Simon. Macmillan English Grammar in Context. Oxford: Macmillan, 2008.

Websites

http://www.youtube.com
http://www.m-w.com
http://www.thefreedictionary.com
http://visual.merriam-webster.com
www.facebook.com

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Del docente

Anderson, Holley, Metcalf Rob. Grammar Practice for Pre-Intermediate Students.


England: Pearson Education Limited, 2007. Third edition.
Clarke, Simon. Macmillan English Grammar in Context. Oxford: Macmillan, 2008.
Redman, Stuart. English Vocabulary in Use for Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate
Students. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Colegio Nacional de
Buenos Aires
Departamento: Ingls

Asignatura: Ingls

Curso: 2do Nivel C TV Prof.Gottau Vernica

Ao: 2013

Profesora: vernica Gottau

I- Objetivos: se espera que los alumnos logren.

Comprender textos orales y escritos provenientes de diversas fuentes y


correspondientes al nivel.
Usar el vocabulario y las estructuras gramaticales correspondientes al nivel.
Manifestar su opinin fluidamente utilizando la lengua extranjera

II- Contenidos:

Unidad 1: Revision of tenses. Simple present for running commentaries and for
retellings. Present Continuous for annoying habits. Past tenses used in narrative
sequences.

Unidad 2: Passive voice. Form and uses. Make and let. Double object verbs.
Present and past passive voice. Causative form. Literature: newspaper articles-
news, opinion and analysis of global trends.

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Unidad 3: Grammar: Order of adjectives. Adverbs: formation. Adverbs of manner,
frequency. Modifying adverbs. Position and order of adverbs. Comparative and
superlative forms. Infinitive and gerund: full infinitive: uses. Let, make, would rather,
and had better. Gerund: uses, be used tom, get used to. Prefer, would rather,
would prefer.

Unidad 4: Topics: Beauty and music. Functions: Describing beauty and music.
Vocabulary connected to description of people and places, adjectives, verbs and
idioms with make get and have. Phrasal verbs with break, call, come, turn and
take. Phrasal verbs with up and down. Linking: despite, in spite of, although. All
things considered / to sum up / to conclude / all in all. Giving opinions: agreeing
and disagreeing. Descriptive essay

Universidad de Buenos Aires


Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires

Unidad 5: Topic: New Frontiers. Vocabulary connected to science and technology.


Compound words: nouns, adjectives and verbs. Phrasal verbs. Grammar: Relative
clauses. Relative pronouns. Contact clauses. Prepositions in relative clauses. Non-
defining and defining relative clauses. Coordinate relative clauses. Revision: future
forms. Future Continuous. Future Perfect (simple and continuous).Linking: in order
to / so as to / so as not to. So that / as a result.

Unidad 6: Global Issues: Vocabulary to describe global issues. Climate. The


environment. Social problems. Use of suffixes and prefixes. Phrasal verbs with
come, cut, put, set, take, get. Grammar: Reported speech. Reporting dialogues.
Summarizing information and rewording it to report a message. Reporting verbs.
Giving opinions and reasons. Linking: justifying arguments (one reason, basically,
the main reason, etc.). Writing: Argumentative Essays. For / Against Essays.

Unidad 7: Literature: The Catcher in the Rye: Setting (time and place),
atmosphere, characters, themes, symbols. Vocabulary. Grammar: Nouns:
countable/ uncountable / singular and plural. Articles: definite, indefinite and zero.
Prepositions of time: at/ on/in/by/until/during. Prepositions of place and movement.
Dependent prepositions: verb dependent prepositions. Adjective dependent
prepositions. Nouns and prepositions.

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Unidad 8: Phrasal verbs: break/come/get/go/grow/ hand/ hear/ hold/keep/
look/make/ pay/pick/ pull/put/ run/set/ show/take/ turn. Writing: Argumentative
Essays. For / Against Essays. Literature: The Man who was Thursday.
.

III- Trabajos Prcticos: The Catcher in the Rye.

IV- Bibliografa Obligatoria:


New Opportunities. Grammar set. Writing set.
Chesterton, GK, The Man Who was Thursday, Pnguin books, 1908/1986
Salinger, J D, (1994) The Catcher in the Rye. 1951.London: Penguin Books.
Huxley, A. Brave New World .

V- Bibliografa de consulta y/o complementaria:


The Little Book of Tenses, by Veronica Gottau.
Intermediate Language Practice. Oxford: Macmillan Heinemann. Vince, M. (1998)
Grammar Time 6. Longman, 2004. Maria carling
Web links:
http://www.theguardian.com/uk
http://www.haaretz.com
http://www.nytimes.com
http://mondediplo.com/

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