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Previas por parciales inglés 2º año

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  1. 1. INGLÉS 2º AÑO PREVIAS POR PARCIALES MATERIAL 2014
  2. 2. INGLÉS 2 - MODALIDAD PREVIAS POR PARCIALES Aquellos alumnos que tuviesen la materia “Inglés” previa, tendrán la posibilidad de prepararla y aprobarla mediante la modalidad “previas por parciales”. Los interesados deberán: Elegir un docente según los horarios disponibles (consultar horarios) Contactar al docente e inscribirse. Trabajar con ese docente durante 12 clases. ¿Cómo se trabaja? En esas 12 clases se explicarán los temas del programa y se evaluarán procesos y resultados. Se tomarán 2 evaluaciones parciales (en la 4ta y 8va clase aprox.) y una final integradora (clase Nº12) Si el alumno aprueba las 3 evaluaciones obteniendo 6 (seis) o más puntos en cada una de las evaluaciones, aprobará la materia adeudada. Los docentes guardarán las evaluaciones tomadas para fundamentar la aprobación del alumno. Criterios de evaluación:  Comprender variedad de textos simples y breves.  Reconocer y utilizar correctamente los distintos tiempos verbales del programa.  Formular y responder correctamente preguntas personales en forma oral y escrita.  Producir mensajes sencillos orales y escritos según los contenidos aprendidos. ¿Cómo consigo el material? El material está disponible en fotocopiadora (Preguntar por material de inglés para previas por parciales para el año correspondiente y fotocopiar) También se puede descargar el material desde nuestro blog: http://ticsenla25.blogspot.com.ar/ En nuestro blog encontrarán información, videos con explicaciones sobre los diferentes temas trabajados y actividades online para practicar desde casa. MAIL DISPONIBLE PARA CONSULTAS: et25previasporparciales@gmail.com INGLÉS - CONTENIDOS 2do AÑO CONTENIDOS Verb “to be”, “Have”, “Can” (Affirmative, negative and interrogative form) Personal information: name, age, nationality, job/occupation, marital status, address, children, etc. Possessive Case: “s”. Possessive adjectives. Present Continuous (Affirmative, interrogative and negative form)/ Signal words: now, at this moment, right now, look!, listen!, etc. Future “going to” (Affirmative, negative and interrogative form) Adverbs of time (Future reference): Next week, tomorrow, tonight, next year, next weekend, etc. Simple Present (Affirmative, negative and interrogative form) Daily routine / Verbs to describe daily routine / Sequencers: After that, then, later, at 4pm, etc. Frequency Adverbs: Always, never, sometimes, usually, often, once a week, twice a year, etc. Days of the week / months of the year / seasons of the year / The weather (What…weather…like?) Simple Past Verb “to be” (was/were). There was/ were. Adverbs of time (Past reference): Yesterday, last week, 3 years ago, last Monday, yesterday morning, etc. Question words/Question formation: What, What time, Where, Where…from?, When, Why, Who, How, How old…?, How often…?, Whose, How much, How many, etc. Writing/Reading: Personal Introductions, holiday plans, daily routines, simple/brief biographies (was/were).
  3. 3. BE AFFIRMATIVE (AFF) Short form NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I am at home. I’m at home. I’m not at home. Am I at home? Yes, you are. / No, you aren’t. You are at home. You’re at home. You aren’t at home. Are you at home? Yes, I am. / No, I am not. She is at home. She’s at home. She isn’t at home. Is she at home? Yes, she is. / No, she isn’t. He is at home. He’s at home. He isn’t at home. Is he at home? Yes, he is. / No, he isn’t. It is at home. It’s at home. It isn’t at home. Is it at home? Yes, It is. / No, It isn’t. We are at home. We’re at home. We aren’t at home. Are we at home? Yes, we are. / No, we aren’t. They are at home. They’re at home. They aren’t at home. Are they at home? Yes, they are./ No, they aren’t. HAVE AFFIRMATIVE (AFF)Short form NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I have got a car I’ve got a car. I haven’t got a car Have I got a car? Yes, you have. / No, you haven’t. You have got a car. You’ve got a car. You haven’t got a car Have you got a car? Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t. She has got a car She’s got a car. She hasn’t got a car Has she got a car? Yes, she has. / No, she hasn’t. He has got a car He’s got a car. He hasn’t got a car Has he got a car? Yes, he has. / No, he hasn’t. We have got a car We’ve got a car. We haven’t got a car Have we got a car? Yes, we have. / No, we haven’t. They have got a car They’ve got a car They haven’t got a car Have they got a car? Yes, they have./No, they haven’t I have got a car. I’ve got a car. I haven’t got a car. Have I got a car? Yes, you have. / No, you haven’t. CAN AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I can speak English I can’t speak English Can I speak English? Yes, you can / No, you can’t You can speak English You can’t speak English Can you speak English? Yes, I can / No, I can’t She can speak English She can’t speak English Can she speak English? Yes, she can / No, she can’t We can speak English We can’t speak English Can we speak English? Yes, we can / No, we can’t They can speak English They can’t speak English Can they speak English? Yes, they can / No, They can’t I can speak English I can’t speak English Can I speak English? Yes, you can / No, you can’t You can speak English You can’t speak English Can you speak English? Yes, I can / No, I can’t PRESENT CONTINUOUS (am/is/are + ING) AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I am working I am not working Am I working? You are working You aren’t working Are you working? He is working He isn’t working Is he working? She is working She isn’t working Is she working? It is working It isn’t working Is it working? We are working We aren’t working Are we working? They are working They aren’t working Are they working? GOING TO (FUTURE) AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I am going to travel tomorrow I am not going to travel tomorrow Am I going to travel tomorrow? Yes, you are. / No, you aren’t. You are going to travel tomorrow You aren’t going to travel tomorrow Are you going to travel tomorrow? Yes, I am. / No, I am not. He is going to travel tomorrow He isn’t going to travel tomorrow Is he going to travel tomorrow? Yes, he is. / No, he isn’t. We are going to travel tomorrow We aren’t going to travel tomorrow Are we going to travel tomorrow? Yes, we are. / No, we aren’t. They are going to travel tomorrow They aren’t going to travel tomorrow Are they going to travel tomorrow? Yes, they are. / No, they aren’t. SIMPLE PRESENT AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I work I DON’T work DO I work ? You work You DON’T work DO you work ? He works He DOESN’T work DOES he work ? She works She DOESN’T work DOES she work ? It works It DOESN’T work DOES it work ? We work We DON’T work DO we work ? They work They DON’T work DO they work ? SIMPLE PAST (BE) AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE I was at home yesterday. I wasn’t at home yesterday. Was I at home yesterday. ? You were at home yesterday. You weren’t at home yesterday. Were you at home yesterday. ? He was at home yesterday. He wasn’t at home yesterday. Was he at home yesterday. ? She was at home yesterday. She wasn’t at home yesterday. Was she at home yesterday. ? It was at home yesterday. It wasn’t at home yesterday. Was it at home yesterday. ? We were at home yesterday. We weren’t at home yesterday. Were we at home yesterday. ?

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