Inglés National Geographic Interactivo Nivel Medio Alto - B1

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Modalidad de realización del curso: Online
Número de Horas: 180 Horas
Titulación: Diploma acreditativo con las horas del curso

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Mejorar las destrezas generales del Inglés a nivel oral y escrito.


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  1. Discuss reasons for living where you do
  2. Explain why you plan stay or leave
  3. Describe a new place
  4. Describe the city where you live
  5. Grammar: Present perfect tense vs present continuous tense. So + adjective + that
  6. Vocabulary: Migration; Climate
  7. Listening: Focused listening. Interviews about why people live where they do
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Discussing reasons for staying or moving. Contractions with have and be
  9. Reading: "Pioneers of the Pacific".
  10. Writing: Writing a paragraph about a city
  11. Vídeo Journal: "San Francisco's Mission District".


  1. Talk about learning strategies
  2. Talk about your senses
  3. Talk about your fears
  4. Describe an emotional experience
  5. Grammar: Gerunds as subjects and after prepositions. May, might, and could for possibility
  6. Vocabulary: Thought processes; Scientific investigations
  7. Listening: Listening for general understanding and specific information. A radio program about the unusual condition of synesthesia
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Talking about sensations, Th sounds
  9. Reading: "In your Face".
  10. Writing: Writing about a personal experience
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Memory Man".


  1. Suggest solutions to environmental problems
  2. Discuss causes and effects
  3. Talk about invasive species
  4. Discuss effects on the future
  5. Grammar: The passive - all tenses; The past perfect
  6. Vocabulary: Environmental changes; Large numbers
  7. Listening: general and focused listening. Climate change
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Discussing cause and effect; Linking words together
  9. Reading: TED TALKS "Salvation (and profit) in Greentech".
  10. Writing: Writing a news article
  11. Vídeo Journal: "The Netherlands: Rising Water".


  1. Describe your financial habits
  2. Discuss things that people value
  3. Talk about banking
  4. Talk about different types of wealth
  5. Grammar: Gerund vs infinitive; Review of the passive voice
  6. Vocabulary: Money transactions; Banking
  7. Listening: General and focused listening. Radio program: The history of money
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Giving suggestions for how to have fun for free. Reduction of to
  9. Reading: TED TALKS "Music is Medicine, Music is Sanity".
  10. Writing: Writing a paragraph about valued things
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Making a Deal".


  1. Talk about emergency situations
  2. Evaluate survival methods
  3. Describe how animals survive
  4. Write a brochure
  5. Grammar: Unreal conditional in the present, Wish in the present
  6. Vocabulary: Survival skills. Environmental conservation
  7. Listening: Listening for general understanding. A radio program interviewing survivors
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Simulation: working with a team in a survival situation. Reduce sounds d'ya and didja
  9. Reading: "Survival School".
  10. Writing: Writing an advertising brochure
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Andean Weavers".


  1. Report what another person said
  2. Express your opinions about a piece of art
  3. Describe your favorite artists and their art
  4. Talk about public art
  5. Grammar: Reported speech; Subject adjective clauses
  6. Vocabulary: Art; Art materials
  7. Listening: Listening for general understanding. Conversations in a museum
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Discussing personal selections. Thought groups
  9. Reading: "Saving a City's Public art".
  10. Writing: Writing a detailed description
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Faces of India".


  1. Talk about new developments
  2. Discuss choices in transportation
  3. Use English to get around
  4. Make recommendations for improving transportation
  5. Grammar: Passive voice with the present continuous and present perfect tenses; Indirect questions
  6. Vocabulary: Modern transportation; Public transportation
  7. Listening: Focused listening. A discussion: Subway systems
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Role-play: solving an airport problem. Reduced are
  9. Reading: "The Rickshaws of Kolkata".
  10. Writing: Writing a letter to the editor of a newspaper
  11. Vídeo Journal: Big City Bicycle Messengers".


  1. Talk about sports
  2. Explain which sport is best for you
  3. Talk about positive and negative aspects of competition
  4. Discuss competitive advantages
  5. Grammar: Negative questions; Adjective clauses with object pronouns
  6. Vocabulary: Sportsmanship. Sports
  7. Listening: Listening for general understanding and specific information. Sports Interviews
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Matching sports to personalities
  9. Reading: "In Sports Red is Winning Color".
  10. Writing: Writing a list of competition tips
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Women in The Rodeo".


  1. Discuss ways to stay safe
  2. Talk about dangerous work
  3. Discuss personal emergencies
  4. Discuss dangerous situations
  5. Grammar: Tag questions; Adverbial clauses of time
  6. Vocabulary: Dangerous things. Expressions for emergencies
  7. Listening: Focused and general listening. Radio program: An unusual job
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Role-play: a newspaper interview. Intonation of tag questions
  9. Reading: TED TALKS "Three Things I Learned While My Plane Crashed".
  10. Writing: Writing about emergency preparations
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Destroyers".


  1. Speculate about mysteries
  2. Discuss types of mysteries
  3. Talk about plans you used to have
  4. Explain a mysterious image
  5. Grammar: Modals for speculating about the past; The future in the past
  6. Vocabulary: Ancient Mysteries; Reactions to surprise
  7. Listening: Listening for general understanding. Interview of sea monster expert
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Discussing different types of mysteries. Intonation: Finished and unfinished ideas
  9. Reading: "Hands Across Time".
  10. Writing: Writing a comparison
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Crops Circles".


  1. Talk about educational choices
  2. Discuss your learning style
  3. Talk about choosing a university major
  4. Propose a new approach to teaching
  5. Grammar: Should have, Would have, Could have; Noun clauses
  6. Vocabulary: Education; University majors
  7. Listening: Listening for general understanding. Learning experiences
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Discussing quiz results. Past modals
  9. Reading: TED TALKS "Five Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do)".
  10. Writing: Writing about new approaches to teaching
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Butler school".


  1. Talk about the future
  2. Talk about life in space
  3. Speculate about the future
  4. Summarize a sequence of events
  5. Grammar: Talking about the future; Modals and modal-like phrases to talk about the future
  6. Vocabulary: Space exploration. Future time expressions
  7. Listening: General and focused listening. Interview of an astronaut
  8. Speaking and pronunciation: Role-play: Choosing a space experiment. Stress in compound nouns
  9. Reading: "The Hubble Space Telescope".
  10. Writing: Writing about space exploration
  11. Vídeo Journal: "Daring Mighty things: Curiosity Lands on Mars".
  12. - Contenidos del CD:
  13. - 1 CD con audiciones del libro del alumno y ejercicios interactivos

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  1. - Contenido del material:
  2. - Libro del alumno WORLD ENGLISH 3: teoría, ejercicios y CD ROM interactivo
  3. - Libro de ejercicios WORKBOOK WORD ENGLISH 3.
  4. - CD con solucionario del libro del alumno