English as a New LifeStyle
PRE A1. BREAKTHROUGH 1
A1.1 -BREAKTHROUGH 1
A1.2 BREAKTHROUGH 2
A2.1 WAYSTAGE 1
A2.2 WAYSTAGE 2
B1.1 THRESHOLD 1
B1.2 THRESHOLD 2
MATRÍCULAS FEBRERO 2021
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A2.1 WAYSTAGE 1
A2.1 WAYSTAGE 1
A2.1 WAYSTAGE 1
LEVEL: A2.1 SKILL: LISTENING
Identify basic factual information in short, simple dialogues or narratives os familiar everyday topics, if spoken slowly and clearly.
Identify key words and phrases in descriptions of someone’s appearance and clothes.
Follow short, simple social exchanges.
Understand who phone call is intended for.
Identify simple information in a short video, provided that the visual supports Ibis information and the delivery is slow and clear
Identify key information (e.g. places, times) from short audio recordings, if spoken slowly. and clearly.
Recognize phrases and content words related to familiar topics (e.g. shopping, local geography).
Understand information related to people’s daily routines
Understand the main information in simple conversations about hobbies and interests.
Recognize phrases and content words related to basic personal and family information.
Extract key factual Information such as prices, times and dates from short clear, simple announcements.
Understand excuses if expressed in simple language.
Understand the main information in short, simple dialogues about familiar activities, if spoken slowly and clearly.
Extract key factual information such as prices, times a message.
Understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Understand short, basic descriptions of familiar topics and situations, if delivered slowly and clearly
LEVEL: A2.I SKILL: READING
Find specific, predictable information in everyday materials (e.g. Menus, timetables).
Understand simple questions in questionnaires on familiar topics.
Understand simple descriptions of people’s physical appearance.
Follow basic instructions on how to play a simple board game, if supported by pictures.
Understand short, simple messages on postcards, emails and social networks.
Get the gist of short, simple narratives, with visual support.
Understand simple safety instructions, with visual support.
Follow a simple series of written insto tices to carry out a task.
Extract specific information (e.g. Facts and numbers) from simple intonational tesis related to everyday life (e.g. Posters, leaflets).
Understand simple instructions on everyday equipment (e.g. Cash machines).
Understand the general meaning of short, simple informational material and descriptions if there is visual support.
Identify basic biographical information in short simple texts about other people.
Read a simple text and extract factual details.
Identify key information in short, simple factual texts from the headings and pictures.
LEVEL: A2,1 SKILL: SPEAKING
Ask and answer questions about what they do at work and in their free time.
Express basic intentions with simple time markers (e.g. «Tomorrow.
Talk about furniture and rooms using simple language.
Make simple transactions in shops, post offices and banks.
Initiated and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics.
Describe skills and abilities using simple language.
Describe what someone is wearing using a limited range of expressions.
Talk about hotel accommodation using simple language.
Make offers using basic fixed expressions.
Show understanding using a limited range of fixed expressions.
Describe familiar activities, given visual support.
Ask others if they can do everyday activities using simple language, given a model.
Use simple language to describe people”s appearance.
Ask for simple directions from X to Y on foot or by public transport.
Ask someone to repeat a specific point or idea.
Make requests related to immediate needs using basic fixed expressions.
Ask someone about their hobbies and activities using simple language.
Decline offers using basic fixed expressions.
Check that someone has understood information, using simple language.
Express agreement using simple fixed expressions.
Refuse requests politely, using simple language.
Describe common everyday objects using simple language.
Answer simple questions about their life and experiences.
Say what they like and dislike.
Ask simple questions to find out about a subject.
Make simple references to the past using was/were
Describe a travel experience with a few very basic stock phrases.
Use brief, everyday expressions to ask for and give personal details.
Answer simple questions in a face-to-face survey.
Give a short description of their home, family and job, given some help with vocabulary.
Ask for repetition and clarification when they don’t understand, using basic fixed expressions.
Make simple invitations using basic fixed expressions.
Ask basic questions about color, size, price etc. When shopping.
Compare quantities in a basic way.
Make excuses using basic fixed expressions.
Exchange simple information on everyday topics, provided the other person speaks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.
Ask to borrow things using basic fixed expressions.
Describe the position of things in a picture using a range of fixed expressions
Express their likes and dislikes in relation to familiar topics using simple language.
Describe their daily routines in a simple way.
Respond to suggestions to do something using basic fixed expressions.
Start or end a short conversation using basic fixed expressions
Ask for and provide everyday goods and services.
Make simple purchases by stating what is wanted and asking for the price.
Use simple phrases to order a meal.
Introduce themselves on the phone and close a simple call.
Describe their family, living conditions, education and present or most recent job.
Ask for and provide things using simple phrases.
Use a limited range of fixed expressions to describe objects, possessions, or products.
LEVEL: A2.1 SKILL: WRITING
Write a simple description of a room, house or apartment.
Write simple sentences about someone’s work and duties.
Give personal details in written form in a limited way.
Write a standard greeting on a card.
Write a few basic sentences to introduce someone and give basic personal information about them.
Write simple sentences about what they or other people can or can’t do.
Use very basic connectors like ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘so’ and ‘then».
Write simple plans and arrangements on a calendar or in a diary.
Write very short, basic directions.
Write very short, simple sentences about their feelings.
Write simple sentences about personal skills,
Write short, basic descriptions of everyday activities, given a model.
Write short descriptive texts (4-6 sentences) on familiar personal topics (e.g. Family, possessions), given a model.
Write short texts about their likes and dislikes using basic fixed expressions.
Give an example of something in a very simple text using ‘like’ or for example».
Write basic personal details for a website profile, business card, etc.