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Objectives and content of the levels from A1 to C1

A1 defined as Access. Characteristics:

 

  1. It is able to understand and use everyday expressions of very frequent use as well as simple phrases designed to meet immediate needs.
  2. You can introduce yourself and others, ask and give basic personal information about your address, your belongings and the people you know.
  3. You can relate elementally as long as your interlocutor speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to cooperate.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 – Meet classmates.

Unit 2 – Decide what we want to do in this Spanish course.

Unit 3 – Make a knowledge contest of the Hispanic world.

Unit 4 – Make the list of things we need to spend a weekend outside and shop.

Unit 5 – Present and describe a person

Unit 6 – Know the habits of our partners and give permissions.

Unit 7 – Create a menu of the day and choose the dishes we like.

Unit 8 – Imagine and discover an ideal neighborhood

Unit 9 – Choose the ideal candidate to do a job.

 

Contents

 Unit 1

  • Give and request personal data.
  • Exchange personal information.
  • Introduce someone.
  • Greet and say goodbye.
  • Resources to ask about words.

Unit 2  

  • Express intentions.
  • Explain the reasons for what we do.
  • Talk about what we do in different languages.

Unit 3  

  • Describe places.
  • Express existence and location.
  • Talk about the weather.

Unit 4  

  • Identify objects.
  • Express need.
  • Buy in stores: ask for products, ask for prices, etc.
  • Talk about preferences.

Unit 5  

  • Talk about appearance and character.
  • Express and contrast tastes and interests.
  • Ask about tastes.
  • Talk about personal relationships.

Unit 6  

  • Talk about habits.
  • Express frequency.
  • Ask and tell the time.

Unit 7  

  • Get around in bars and restaurants.
  • Ask and give information about food.
  • Talk about gastronomic habits.

Unit 8  

  • Describe towns, neighborhoods and cities.
  • Talk about what we like most about a place.
  • Ask and give information to reach a site.
  • Express likes

Unit 9  

  • Talk about past experiences.
  • Talk about skills and aptitudes.
  • Talk about people’s qualities and defects.

A2 defined as Platform. Characteristics:

  1. He is able to understand frequently used phrases and expressions related to areas of expertise that are especially relevant (basic information about himself and his family, shopping, places of interest, occupations, etc.).
  2. Knows how to communicate when carrying out simple and daily tasks that do not require more than simple and direct exchanges of information on issues that are known or common.
  3. He knows how to describe in simple terms aspects of his past and his surroundings as well as issues related to his immediate needs.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 – Make recommendations to our colleagues to learn Spanish better

Unit 2 – Write a biography

Unit 3 – Describe the ideal person profile for someone looking for a partner.

Unit 4 – Furnish a house and design a home

Unit 5 – Simulate social contact situations using different levels of formality.

Unit 6 – Plan a weekend in a Spanish city

Unit 7 – Prepare a dinner for a party with the whole class.

Unit 8 – Write an article about the most interesting things where we are.

Unit 9 – Find solutions for some problems of our partners.

Contents

Unit 1

  • Talk about habits and difficulties.
  • Talk about duration.
  • Make recommendations.
  • Describe feelings.
  • Ask and answer about motivations.

 Unit 2  

  • Relate and relate past events.
  • Talk about the beginning and duration of an action.

Unit 3  

  • Identify and physically describe the person.
  • Talk about relationships.
  • Talk about similarities between people.

Unit 4  

  • Express likes and preferences.
  • Describe a house.
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  • Express coincidence.
  • Locate objects in space.
  • Describe objects.

Unit 5  

  • Get involved in highly codified situations.
  • Invitations, presentations, greetings, farewells.
  • Ask for things, actions and favors.
  • Request and grant permission.
  • Give excuses and justify.

Unit 6  

  • Talk about leisure activities.
  • Talk about schedules.
  • Relate past experiences.
  • Describe places.
  • Talk about intentions and projects.

Unit 7  

  • Talk about tastes and eating habits.
  • Explain how a dish is prepared.

Unit 8  

  • Talk about experiences and value them.
  • Value people and things.
  • Express the desire to do something.

Unit 9  

  • Give advice.
  • Talk about moods.
  • Describe pain, discomfort and symptoms.

B1.1 Threshold Level. Characteristics:

  1. He is able to understand the main points of clear texts and in standard language if they deal with issues that are known to him, whether in work, study or leisure situations.
  2. He knows how to cope with most situations that may arise during a trip through areas where the language is used.
  3. He is able to produce simple and coherent texts on topics that are familiar to him or in which he has a personal interest.
  4. You can describe experiences, events, desires and aspirations, as well as briefly justify your opinions or explain your plans.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 – Write the cover letter of the ideal candidate for a job.

Unit 2 – Decide what has been the most interesting time in history.

Unit 3 – Make an article about the customs and social codes of the people of our country

Unit 4 – Design and present an advertising campaign

Unit 5 – Tell personal anecdotes

Unit 6 – Transmit messages and develop communication strategies

Unit 7 – Imagine how we will be in a few years

Unit 8 – Write the synopsis of a movie

Contents

 Unit 1

  • Talk about habits in the present.
  • Relate past experiences.
  • Talk about the beginning and duration of an action.
  • Locate an action in time.

Unit 2

  • Talk about habits, customs and circumstances in the past.
  • Place actions in the past and present.
  • Argue and debate.

Unit 3  

  • Express impersonality.
  • Talk about habits.

Unit 4

  • Recommend and advise.
  • Give instructions.
  • Describe an ad.

 

Unit 5  

  • Tell in the past.
  • Sequencing actions.
  • Express emotions.

Unit 6  

  • Unwrap us by phone.
  • Take and leave messages by phone.
  • Transmit messages.
  • Some communication strategies.

Unit 7  

  • Talk about future actions and situations
  • Express conditions.
  • Formulate hypotheses about the future.

 

Unit 8  

  • Report in present.
  • Summarize the plot of a book or movie.
  • Tell anecdotes.
  • Tell jokes.

B1.2 Threshold Level. Characteristics:

  1. He is able to understand the main points of clear texts and in standard language if they deal with issues that are known to him, whether in work, study or leisure situations.
  2. He knows how to cope with most situations that may arise during a trip through areas where the language is used.
  3. He is able to produce simple and coherent texts on topics that are familiar to him or in which he has a personal interest.
  4. You can describe experiences, events, desires and aspirations, as well as briefly justify your opinions or explain your plans.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 Prepare a presentation to get a course

Unit 2 Write an open letter to expose a problem

Unit 3 Tell real or invented anecdotes

Unit 4 Write a couple discussion for the script of a movie.

Unit 5 Design an object that solves a problem of everyday life.

Unit 6 Prepare a presentation on a new movement

Unit 7 Write a blog about mysteries of science

Unit 8 Take sides in a conflict between two people.

Contents

 Unit 1  

  • Talk about skills.
  • Talk about emotions.
  • Connect phrases.

Unit 2  

  • Express wishes, claims and need.
  • Propose solutions.
  • Write an open letter denouncing a problem.

Unit 3

  • Resources to tell anecdote.
  • Resources to show interest when listening to a story.
  • Talk about causes and consequences.

Unit 4  

  • Express interests and feelings
  • Talk about relationships between people
  • Show disagreement in various records
  • Smooth an expression of disagreement
  • Against arguing

 Unit 5  

  • Describe the characteristics.
  • Describe the operation of something.
  • Comment on objects.

Unit 6  

  • Assess situations and facts.

Unit 7  

  • Make hypotheses and conjectures.
  • Relate mysterious events.
  • Express degrees of security.

Unit 8  

  • Transmit orders, requests and advice.
  • Refer what others have said in the past

B2.1 Advanced Level. Characteristics:

  1. He is able to understand the main ideas of complex texts that deal with both concrete and abstract topics, provided they are within his field of specialization.
  2. Can relate to native speakers with sufficient fluency and naturalness.
  3. He knows how to produce clear and detailed texts on diverse subjects, as well as defending a point of view on general subjects indicating the pros and cons of the different options.
  4. After completing the course, students will be able to use language in the oral and written field with some fluency, mainly for social and academic purposes.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 Become the editor of a media outlet.

Unit 2 Hold a popular assembly.

Unit 3 Decide which partners can participate in a reality show

Unit 4 Design a paradise where to live.

Unit 5 Write a text about a place in Barcelona that we like.

Unit 6 Establish the conditions to participate in a contest and choose the winning work.

Unit 7 Write about cultural curiosities and strange customs.

Unit 8 Write about your ideal job.

Contents

Unit 1  

  • Refer to a story and comment on it.
  • Tell a story.

Unit 2

  • Give our opinion.
  • Value various options.
  • Propose conditions.
  • Arguing opinions.
  • Express agreement or disagreement.
  • Refer to issues or interventions of others.

Unit 3  

  • Give advice.
  • Evoke imaginary situations.
  • Comment on actions and behaviors.
  • Express wishes.
  • Express ignorance.

Unit 4  

  • Express cause and purpose
  • Give advice and make proposals
  • Talk about feelings, character and personality
  • Talk about qualities of people and objects.

Unit 5

  • Talk about cities: describe them and discuss their qualities
  • Talk about previous beliefs about something
  • Express positive, negative or neutral feelings about something.

Unit 6  

  • Express conditions
  • Establish conditions and requirements.

Unit 7

  • Comment on phenomena of cultural coexistence.
  • Tell an anecdote with cultural differences.
  • Reproduce the words of other people.
  • Transmit orders and suggestions given.
  • Express involuntaryness.

Unit 8

  • Discuss the current role of education.
  • Propose ideas.
  • Put real and unreal and impossible conditions.
  • Speculate on the ideal jobs.

B2.2 Advanced Level. Characteristics:

  1. He is able to understand the main ideas of complex texts that deal with both concrete and abstract topics, provided they are within his field of specialization.
  2. Can relate to native speakers with sufficient fluency and naturalness.
  3. He knows how to produce clear and detailed texts on diverse subjects, as well as defending a point of view on general subjects indicating the pros and cons of the different options.
  4. After completing the course, students will be able to use language in the oral and written field with some fluency, mainly for social and academic purposes.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 – Prepare a class of some body activity

Unit 2 – Simulate mediation.

Unit 3 – Make a television show with stories about a city or neighborhood.

Unit 4 – Create a social awareness campaign about a problem that seems interesting to us.

Unit 5 – Write a presentation page for a company’s website.

Unit 6 – Prepare a presentation on how the story could have been.

Unit 7 – Write about your favorite brand.

Unit 8 – Tell a story related to living together.

Contents

Unit 1

  • Describe activities, movements and the situation of people and things.
  • Give instructions.
  • Talk about body posture.
  • Express feelings and moods.

Unit 2

  • Express purpose
  • Express intentionality
  • Allude to promises in style or indirect
  • Claim fulfillment of a commitment.

Unit 3

  • Combine times of the past.
  • Refer past events.
  • Transmit requests and warnings.
  • Tell stories (legends stories …)

Unit 4

  • Make predictions about the future.
  • Analyze and expose problems related to the environment (its causes and consequences).
  • Combine texts.

 Unit 5

  • Talk about work: qualities, functions, problems and feelings.
  • Describe a company.
  • Some characteristics of formal texts.

Unit 6

  • Value past events.
  • Talk about events not done in the past and their consequences.
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  • Convey what others said in the past.
  • Talk about skills.

Unit 7

  • Establish unrealistic comparisons.
  • Anticipate difficulties.
  • Locate events.
  • Talk about fashion.

Unit 8

  • Make comparisons.
  • Tell an anecdote.
  • Express agreement and disagreement justifying.
  • Define the importance of the family.

C1 Effective Operating Domain. Characteristics:

  1. The student is able to understand a wide variety of extensive texts and with a certain level of demand.
  2. He knows how to express himself fluently and spontaneously without very obvious signs of effort to find the right expression.
  3. It can produce clear and well structured texts on complex topics, showing the correct use of the mechanisms of organization, articulation and cohesion of the text.

OBJECTIVES

Unit 1 – Correct the inadequacies of a letter and write a letter or email

Unit 2 – Write a text from an image or create an image from a text

Unit 3 – Prepare a dialogue between a traveler and an employee of a travel organizer. Write a letter to the director giving his opinion on an initiative of an environmental association.

Unit 4 – Prepare an informative campaign. Investigate and analyze the electoral campaign of a politician.

Unit 5 – Make a list of the criteria for making a good speech. Prepare a speech and pronounce it. Analyze a debate or political speech and write an opinion article for a magazine.

Unit 6 – Write in a cynical code a decalogue for Spanish students.

Unit 7 – Prepare a map of the topics of your country.

Unit 8 – Prepare an oral presentation about the labor sector that works most in your country.

Write a manifesto.

Unit 9 – Write an argumentative article. Correct and suggest modifications in a text written by a partner.

Unit 10 – Hold a debate on how Columbus’s arrival in America should be remembered.

Unit 11 – Analyze the content of a web page to meet men and create a report to make it more equal.

Unit 12 – Write a chronicle.

Unit 13 – Prepare a presentation about a neighborhood or place that interests them and present it in class.

Write a critical article about the homeland.

Unit 14 – Write an article about a web page in a humorous and ironic tone.

Unit 15 – Create an advertising campaign and present it in class.

Unit 16 – Prepare a presentation on a social historical event. Write a letter to the director of a newspaper giving the opinion on surveillance cameras.

Contents

Unit 1

  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of distance education.
  • Reflect on the use of some verbal periphrasis.
  • Comment on the uses of anglicisms and comment on the use of foreign words in journalistic and advertising texts.
  • Know and practice some resources to compare.
  • Tell a classmate his itinerary in studies and in the professional career.

Unit 2

  • Talk and say about avant-garde art.
  • Describe the relationship between a classic work and a reinterpretation of it.
  • Comment on an artistic trend.
  • Reformulate sentences with inaccuracies typical of the colloquial oral record.
  • Reflect on the different meanings of the same.
  • React to an opinion.

Unit 3

  • Comment on issues related to consumer complaints in Spain and consumer rights.
  • Comment on some issues related to travel contracts.
  • Look at the different meanings of some verbs and use them combined with different words.
  • Agree with a partner the general conditions of a contract.
  • Reflect on conversations with customer service.
  • Advise a person about a product.
  • Comment on boycotts on products.

Unit 4

  • Comment on issues related to encyclopedias.
  • Talk about linguistic vandalism.
  • Answer some questions based on the information provided in the video.
  • Comment on questions about institutional communication in your country.

Unit 5

  • Reflect on the use of consecutive connectors.
  • Analyze and implement some resources to regulate the informational density in a speech.
  • Comment on aspects of Spanish political life.

Unit 6

  • Reflect on the concept of border.
  • Discuss issues related to stereotypes with colleagues.
  • Comment on how you would react to a situation.
  • Reflect on stereotypes.
  • Comment on what characteristics cities or private neighborhoods have.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of neighborhoods and private cities.

Unit 7

  • Reflect on the concept of border.
  • Discuss issues related to stereotypes with colleagues.
  • Comment on how you would react to a situation.
  • Reflect on stereotypes.
  • Comment on what characteristics cities or private neighborhoods have.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of neighborhoods and private cities.

Unit 8

  • Interpret and comment on the data in a graph about the percentage of people who are watching television in different EU countries
  • Comment on the changes in Spanish society.
  • Reflect on the temporal correlation in the subjunctive with changes of meaning.
  • Reflect on how it would affect a change in schedules in Spanish society.
  • Discuss the particularities of an article they have read in class.
  • Express opinion and hypothesis.
  • Discuss the conditions and labor rights of different sectors.
  • Express agreement or disagreement with the claims and objectives expressed in the manifesto.

Unit 9

  • Reflect on our own identity.
  • Comment on the image that other people have of us.
  • Comment on the features we understand as the true idiosyncrasy of our culture.
  • Reflect on the pragmatic values ​​of some discursive markers.
  • Talk about topics of our country.

Unit 10

  • Reflect on the use of rhetorical questions.
  • Reflect on objectivity in texts about history.

Unit 11

  • Reflect on the attitude and mentality of women in recent years.
  • Comment on a website to meet other people.

Unit 12

  • Make hypothesis of the content of a text from the title.
  • Reflect on the differences between formal and colloquial registration.

 

Unit 13

  • Tell your own experience.
  • Reflect on the concept of homeland.

 

Unit 14

  • React to different situations using the structure that + subjunctive.
  • React to a comment on Facebook.
  • Talk about issues related to the world of NNTT and social networks.

Unit 15

  • Words related to seduction and persuasion: attract, dazzle …
  • Resources to discuss changes in a person’s life: lead to success, lead to failure, make (of someone) a myth, etc.
  • Characteristics and skills of an influential person: set a trend, be an opinion leader …
  • Resources to express quantity: a series of, the sea of…
  • Adjectives in -ble: viable, reliable …
  • List of words derived from the verb to influence.

Unit 16

  • Talk about what brings more value, technology or knowledge.
  • Talk about the image that the text gives about Spain and its technological development.
  • Talk about how it is or how they would like your work to be.
  • Talk about how we access information.
  • Talk about the relationship of NNTT and everyday life.