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- Conocer cuándo se utiliza yet, just, already. Distinguir los verbos estáticos.
- Utilizar correctamente los verbos modales. Aprender hacer frases en futuro y conocer los adverbios de tiempo.
- Conocer y utilizar el adjetivo en grado comparativo y superlativo.
- Utilizar el estilo indirecto y practicar las “coletillas interrogativas”.
- Aplicar la voz pasiva y hacer condicionales.
- Distinguir los diferentes modales: posibilidad, probabilidad y certeza.
- Conocer los verbos que rigen to o –ing.


Nota: El contenido de este curso aparece exclusivamente en INGLÉS

UNIT 1: Neighbours

Topics: people's character & appearance

  1. Vocabulary: everyday activities, chores; appearance; personality; phrasal verbs with after...
  2. Reading: love your neighbour?; what does your bedroom say about you?...
  3. Grammar: present tenses; already, just, yet, ever; stative verbs
  4. Listening: identifying people; relation to others
  5. Speaking: requesting help; making & accepting apologies; describing people; introducing oneself & others; social expressing admiration
  6. Writing: a paragraph about a neighbour of yours; a paragraph about your friend; an informal letter giving news...

UNIT 2: Call of the wild

Topics: the environment

  1. Vocabulary: animals; flora & fauna; social issues; natural habitats; phrasal verbs with out...
  2. Reading: UK Wildlife-SOS!; how to make a wildlife pond; the Countryside Code- Advice for the Public, curricular cut
  3. Grammar: modals I (must, have to, should, ought to, mustn't); will-going to; time words; future tenses
  4. Listening: importance of trees; forests
  5. Speaking: making suggestion; agreeing & disagreeing; expressing dissatisfaction
  6. Writing: an article about wildlife habitats in your contry; a letter to a friend about your plans to help the environment; a letter asking for information

UNIT 3: Take a break

Topics: holidays

  1. Vocabulary: travel & holidays; modes of transport; accommodation; holiday problems; ways of travelling; phrasal verbs with off...
  2. Reading: wish you weren't here; grange hotel; a holiday experience; culture clip
  3. Grammar: past tenses; used to-would; adverbs of time & movement
  4. Listening: announcements; holiday problems; guided tours
  5. Speaking: describing pictures; booking a guided tour; asking for information; expressing dissatisfaction
  6. Writing: an article about your worst holiday experience; a letter to a friend of yours from holiday hotel; a paragraph about your holiday habits when you were younger; a story

UNIT 4: Live & learn

Topics: education

  1. Vocabulary: polite behaviour; types of schools; school/college subjects; phrasal verbs with down
  2. Reading: mind your manners; short messages; curricular cut
  3. Grammar: reported speech; say-tell, reporting verbs
  4. Listening: telephone etiquette; ICT courses
  5. Speaking: making polite requests; telephone etiquette; describing pictures
  6. Writing: Dos & Don'ts when dining out; an e-mail describing a dream; a paragraph describing a festival; a story...

UNIT 5: Weird & wonderful

Topics: parts of the body; moods & feelings

  1. Vocabulary: parts of the body; moods & feelings, body language, personal experience; festival; phrasal verbs with over...
  2. Reading: mythical creatures; speaking without saying a word; Halloween; culture clip
  3. Grammar: comparatives & superlatives; defining & nondefining relative clauses
  4. Listening: the Day of the Dead
  5. Speaking: inviting & accepting or refusing an invitation; making decisions; exclamations
  6. Writing: an article about a mythical creature; an e-mail describing a dream; a paragraph describing a festival...

UNIT 6: State-of-the-art

Topics: entertainment, technology

  1. Vocabulary: youth culture gadgets, films & TV, the Internet, phrasal verbs with in
  2. Reading: Dick Summers-Special Effects Supervisor, using the remote control, Tokyo teens, Curricular Cut (Literature): The War of the Worlds
  3. Grammar: quantifiers, articles, adverbs, reflexive pronouns, question tags, echo tags
  4. Listening: film review, Internet safety
  5. Speaking: expressing viewpoints, asking about a problem/ offering help, recommending a film/game, computer problems
  6. Writing: a review of a film, instructions on how to send a text message, a questionnaire, a letter to a friend, reviewing a music CD

UNIT 7: All in a day's work

Topics: employment, clothes

  1. Vocabulary: occupations & employment/ jobs, job skills & qualities, phrasal verbs with through, forming adjectives from verbs
  2. Reading: Cracking Career!, Personality types, Getting a job, Culture Clip: The Ravenmaster
  3. Grammar: conditionals, wishes, clauses of purpose
  4. Listening: guessing jobs, expressing regrets, preparing for interview
  5. Speaking: talking about ambitions, agreeing / disagreein with opinions, expressing regrets, describing pictures
  6. Writing: an article interviewing a person, an e-mail about a dream job, an e-mail expressing regret, a letter of application

UNIT 8: Staying safe

Topics: safety, emergencies, graffiti, safe surfing, bullying

  1. Vocabulary: self defence, street crime, law breakers, phrasal verbs with away
  2. Reading: Self Defence, Watch out!, Cameras all around you, Curricular Cut (Citizenship): Following the Rules
  3. Grammar: the passive, causative form, clauses of result, each-every-either-neither
  4. Listening: tips for staying safe, reporting, emergencies
  5. Speaking: discussing safety, giving an eye-witness account, warning others...
  6. Writing: Dos & Don'ts on how to defend yourself, a leaflet about safety, an article providing solutions to problems

UNIT 9: Forces of nature

Topics: nature, weather, natural disasters

  1. Vocabulary: animal sounds, weather, natural disasters, temperature, phrasal verbs with up
  2. Reading: nature attacks!, Culture Clip: Ice Art
  3. Grammar: modals II: possibility, probability, certainty (may-might-must-can't-could), making deductions/assumptions
  4. Listening: factfile, precautions for avalanche, extreme weather conditions
  5. Speaking: expressing possibility, making assumptions/deductions, describing pictures
  6. Writing: a factfile about an insect, an e-mail about a natural disaster, an e-mail invitation to a festival, an article about a winter event

UNIT 10: Festive time

Topics: food, fitness & health

  1. Vocabulary: sports & fitness, food, phrasal verbs with on, compound nouns
  2. Reading: festive food calendar, body image, healthy lifestyles, curricular cut (biology): muscles
  3. Grammar: infinitive/-ing form, prepositions of place
  4. Listening: a sports survey, gym membership
  5. Speaking: asking for/giving directions, avoiding direct answers, expressing facts
  6. Writing: a calendar for festivals, an e-mail giving advice, a survey report

Contenido del material:

  1. - Libro del Alumno: UPSTREAM B1 + (Teoría + Ejercicios)
  2. - Libro de Ejercicios: UPSTREAM B1 + (Teoría + Ejercicios)
  3. - CD con Audiciones + Solucionarios (en PDF) de UPSTREAM B1 + (Alumno + Ejercicios)


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