jueves, 8 de julio de 2010

CLASES DE INGLÉS. PRINCIPIANTES

PROGRAMA DE ESTUDIOS



absolute beginners

http://esl.about.com/od/teachingbeginners/a/ab_beg_intro.htm
Subject Pronouns - I, He, She / Present 'to be' - Positive and Question Forms - I, He, She
Subject Pronouns - We, You, They / Positive and Question Forms - We, You, They
This, That / Objects in the classroom
Negative statements with 'to be'
Possessive Adjectives - 'my', 'your', 'his', 'her'
Alphabet - Spelling Skills Alphabet (written and pronunciation)
Jobs vocabulary
Question words 'What' and 'Who'
Greetings - Review of spelling and object vocabulary
Question word 'Where', 'To be from' questions and answers
Nationalities
Numbers 1 - 100
Give Name & Personal Information
Everyday objects
There is, There are
Basic adjectives

LOW BEGINNERS


Adjectives
Adverbs
Adverbs and Prepositions
Basic Modals
Basic Sentence Structure
Building Sentences
Conjunctions and Linking Words
Everyday vs. Every Day
Frequency Adverbs
Non-Action Verbs
Noun and Verb Phrases
Prepositions: In, On and At
Prepositions of Location
Present Progressive Tense
Pronouns
Sentence Subjects
Simple Future Tense
Simple Past Tense
Simple Present Tense
Singular vs. Plural
Subject-Verb Agreement
The Verb "Be"
This, That, These, Those
Verb List
Wh - Questions
Yes/No Questions

LINKS

English Conjunctions (from Linda Bryson)
Linking Verbs (from Katrien Vanassche)
Present Continuous Tense (from englishclub.com)
Question Forms (from Ruth Vilmi's Web World)

Questions & Negatives (from Language Link Online)
Sentence Structure
(from International House Eastern Spain)
Simple Past Tense Quiz
Worksheets and Online Tasks for Beginners
(from Language Link)

Quizzes from The Internet TESL Journal

A or An (Carlos Gontow)
Possessive Pronouns (Letitia Bradley)
Prepositions (Edmilson Sa)
Present Simple Verbs (Letitia Bradley)
What-When-Where (Letitia Bradley)

High Beginning -

Article Chart
Articles
Choosing the Correct Verb Tense
Collective Nouns
Common Modal Usage
Comparatives
Complex Question Formation
Coordinators
Count/Non-count Nouns
Future Progressive Tense
Go + Ving
Indirect Objects
Intensifiers
Passive Voice
Passive with Get
Past Progressive Tense
Plurals and Nationalities
Possessives
Prepositions and Time Words
Present Perfect Tense
Problems with Verbs
Quantifiers
Real Conditionals
Relative Clauses
Sentence Structure and Punctuation
Some and Any
Subordinators
The Linking Verb (from Grammar Bytes)
The Main Clause (from Grammar Bytes)
There is/are
Used To
Using Time Expressions


High Beginning - Quick Links
Adjectives (from Ruth Vilmi's Web World)
Adverbs (from English Language Centre Study Zone)
Grammar When You Need It (from GWYNI)
Grammar in Conversational Language
(from Dave's ESL Cafe)
Passive Voice (from englishclub.com)
Prepositions of Time (from englishclub.com)
Present Perfect
(from International House Eastern Spain)
The Present Perfect (from Colin Mahoney)
Verb Exercises (from Grammar Bytes)



High Beginning -
Quizzes from The Internet TESL Journal
A Little-A Few (Letitia Bradley)
A, An, The or Nothing (Charles Kelly)
About, At, For or To (Vera Mello)
Adverbs or Adjectives (Giovana Campos)
And-But-Or (Letitia Bradley)
At-On-In Used in Time and Dates (Letitia Bradley)
Choose the Correct Form of the Verb (Dawn Yonally)
Common Irregular Verbs - 5 Forms (Charles Kelly)
Correct or Incorrect (Charles Kelly)
For or Since (Barbara Donnelly)
Four Simple Verbs (Jack Bradshaw)
Guess the Word (Vera Mello)
Have-Has (Letitia Bradley)
How Many?-How Much? (Letitia Bradley)
Look, See or Watch (Joan M. Diez)
Object Pronouns (Joan M. Diez)
Plural Forms and Irregular Nouns (Barbara Lyons Perez)
Prepositions (Barbara Donnelly)
Prepositions: At, In and On (Nuala Ivic)
Pronouns (Vera Mello)
Question Words (Charles Kelly)
Singular, Plural or Possessive (Charles Kelly)
Subject-Verb Agreement - Easy (Keith S. Folse)
The Verb "To Be" (Jack Bradshaw)
Their-There-They're (Letitia Bradley)
Until-Since-For (Letitia Bradley)
Was or Were (Letitia Badley)
What's the Correct Form of the Word? (Charles Kelly)
What's the Correct Word Order? (Charles Kelly)
What-Which-How (Letitia Bradley)
Word Choice (Charles Kelly)
Word Order (Charles Kell

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