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  • Objetivos del curso
    For those ones who want to learn basic notions of English and be able to speak in real situations. The level for beginners is formed by three blocks in which the student will be able to discover how the native English speak in real situations, for example in a restaurant, in a shop, and so on. You will also learn grammar through the exercises which we propose you and you will be able to improve your reading and written understanding through listenings and written exercises.
  • Contenido
    Este curso de American English No Limits: Basic se imparte a distancia.

    American English Basic Block 1
    In this level the student will learn the personal pronouns, how to conjugate the present simple, the alphabet, how to ask questions and give information, to talk about daily routines, how to order food or buy clothes, and so on.

    Greetings Unit 1
    Functions: Meeting people. Greeting. Asking Names. Grammar: Subject Pronouns. To be (affirmative form). Alphabet. Vocabulary: Greetings.

    Greetings Unit 2
    Functions: Meeting people. Greeting. Asking Names. Grammar: Subject Pronouns. To be (affirmative form). Alphabet. Vocabulary: Greetings.

    Greetings Unit 3
    Functions: Meeting people. Greeting. Asking Names. Grammar: Subject Pronouns. To be (affirmative form). Alphabet. Vocabulary: Greetings.

    Test - Greetings

    Happy birthday! Unit 1
    Functions: Introducing people. Asking about people?s age. Spelling words. Counting from 1 to 10. Calculating. Grammar: Verb To Be (short form). Vocabulary: Numbers. Age. Introductions: This is ...

    Happy birthday! Unit 2
    Functions: Introducing people. Asking about people?s age. Spelling words. Counting from 1 to 10. Calculating. Grammar: Verb To Be (short form). Vocabulary: Numbers. Age. Introductions: This is ...

    Happy birthday! Unit 3
    Functions: Introducing people. Asking about people?s age. Spelling words. Counting from 1 to 10. Calculating. Grammar: Verb To Be (short form). Vocabulary: Numbers. Age. Introductions: This is ...

    Test - Happy birthday!

    Meeting new people Unit 1
    Functions: Asking about nationalities. Giving personal information. Grammar: Verb To Be. Article: a / an. Interrogative pronouns. Preposition of origin: from. Alphabet review. Vocabulary: Nationalities. Countries. Adjectives. Last name.

    Meeting new people Unit 2
    Functions: Asking about nationalities. Giving personal information. Grammar: Verb To Be. Article: a / an. Interrogative pronouns. Preposition of origin: from. Alphabet review. Vocabulary: Nationalities. Countries. Adjectives. Last name.

    Meeting new people Unit 3
    Functions: Asking about nationalities. Giving personal information. Grammar: Verb To Be. Article: a / an. Interrogative pronouns. Preposition of origin: from. Alphabet review. Vocabulary: Nationalities. Countries. Adjectives. Last name.

    Test - Meeting new people

    In the party Unit 1
    Functions: Asking and giving personal information. Talking about people. Grammar: Verb To Be: negative form. Verb To Be: interrogative form. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Vocabulary: Jobs. Adjectives. More nationalities

    In the party Unit 2
    Functions: Asking and giving personal information. Talking about people. Grammar: Verb To Be: negative form. Verb To Be: interrogative form. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Vocabulary: Jobs. Adjectives. More nationalities

    In the party Unit 3
    Functions: Asking and giving personal information. Talking about people. Grammar: Verb To Be: negative form. Verb To Be: interrogative form. Plurals. Demonstratives: this / these. Vocabulary: Jobs. Adjectives. More nationalities

    Test - In the party

    Talking about themselves Unit 1
    Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

    Talking about themselves Unit 2
    Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

    Megan´s dog Unit 2

    Test - Megan´s job. Her first day

    Talking about themselves Unit 3
    Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

    Test - Talking about themselves
    Functions: Talking about routine actions. Talking about oneself. Grammar: Present simple (affirmative form). Vocabulary: Verbs related to habitual actions. Numbers from 13 to 30.

    Test - Day-to-day of a Mayor

    A table for two, please! Unit 1
    Functions: Talking about prices. Ordering a meal. Going shopping. Grammar: Present simple: negative form. Present simple: interrogative form. Vocabulary: Food. Money. Numbers from 30 to 100.

    A table for two, please! Unit 2
    Functions: Talking about prices. Ordering a meal. Going shopping. Grammar: Present simple: negative form. Present simple: interrogative form. Vocabulary: Food. Money. Numbers from 30 to 100.

    A table for two, please! Unit 3
    Functions: Talking about prices. Ordering a meal. Going shopping. Grammar: Present simple: negative form. Present simple: interrogative form. Vocabulary: Food. Money. Numbers from 30 to 100.

    Test - A table for two, please!

    The typical American housewife Unit 1
    This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

    The typical American housewife Unit 2
    This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

    American English Basic Block 2
    In this level the student will learn some modal verbs, for example can, the frequency advers, the prepositions of place, how to conjugate the verb to have, how to give commands and instructions, and so on. Regarding vocabulary, he will learn the colors in English, the parts of the body, the names of the clothes, or words related to the family.

    Having a crash Unit 1
    Functions: Telephone conversations. Expressing ability. Asking for permission. Expressing possibility. Expressing prohibition. Grammar: Modal verb "Can". Vocabulary: colors. Clothes. More verbs.

    Having a crash Unit 2
    Functions: Telephone conversations. Expressing ability. Asking for permission. Expressing possibility. Expressing prohibition. Grammar: Modal verb "Can". Vocabulary: colors. Clothes. More verbs.

    Having a crash Unit 3
    Functions: Telephone conversations. Expressing ability. Asking for permission. Expressing possibility. Expressing prohibition. Grammar: Modal verb "Can". Vocabulary: colors. Clothes. More verbs.

    Test - Having a crash

    At the police station Unit 1
    Functions: Describing people. Asking to describe people. Grammar: Adjectives: characteristics and position in the sentence. Vocabulary: Parts of the body. Review of colors and age. More adjectives.

    At the police station Unit 2
    Functions: Describing people. Asking to describe people. Grammar: Adjectives: characteristics and position in the sentence. Vocabulary: Parts of the body. Review of colors and age. More adjectives.

    At the police station Unit 3
    Functions: Describing people. Asking to describe people. Grammar: Adjectives: characteristics and position in the sentence. Vocabulary: Parts of the body. Review of colors and age. More adjectives.

    Test - At the police station

    The fifth anual race Unit 1
    Functions: Giving commands and instructions. Giving directions. Grammar: Imperative affirmative. Prepositions of movement. Vocabulary: Places of interest: bank, square, etc. Verbs of movement: go, turn, go past, etc.

    The fifth anual race Unit 2
    Functions: Giving commands and instructions. Giving directions. Grammar: Imperative affirmative. Prepositions of movement. Vocabulary: Places of interest: bank, square, etc. Verbs of movement: go, turn, go past, etc.

    Megan´s dog Unit 3

    The fifth anual race Unit 3
    Functions: Giving commands and instructions. Giving directions. Grammar: Imperative affirmative. Prepositions of movement. Vocabulary: Places of interest: bank, square, etc. Verbs of movement: go, turn, go past, etc.

    Test - The fifth anual race

    At the airport: looking for Megan Unit 1

    This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

    At the airport: looking for Megan Unit 2
    This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

    American English Basic Block 3
    Block 3 is for those people who want to learn more complex verb tenses in English, such as the past, or else the present continuous, comparing it with the present simple. They will also learn to make comparisons between things and places. Regarding vocabulary, they will learn how to say the parts of the house in English, the months of the year, the clothes, the ordinal numbers, and also how to write dates in English.

    What a mess!! There was a party Unit 1
    Functions: Personal descriptions in the past. Expressing location in the past. Asking for quantities. Grammar: Verb To Be in the past. There was/ there were. How much/ how many. Vocabulary: Parts of the house. Furniture. Months

    What a mess!! There was a party Unit 2
    Functions: Personal descriptions in the past. Expressing location in the past. Asking for quantities. Grammar: Verb To Be in the past. There was/ there were. How much/ how many. Vocabulary: Parts of the house. Furniture. Months

    What a mess!! There was a party Unit 3
    Functions: Personal descriptions in the past. Expressing location in the past. Asking for quantities. Grammar: Verb To Be in the past. There was/ there were. How much/ how many. Vocabulary: Parts of the house. Furniture. Months

    Test - What a mess!! There was a party

    Shopping clothes Unit 1
    Functions: Talking about the past. Comparing things and places. Grammar: Simple past (regular verbs). Comparative adjectives. Object pronouns. Vocabulary: More clothes. Buying clothes vocabulary: size, to try on, to cost, etc.

    Shopping clothes Unit 2
    Functions: Talking about the past. Comparing things and places. Grammar: Simple past (regular verbs). Comparative adjectives. Object pronouns. Vocabulary: More clothes. Buying clothes vocabulary: size, to try on, to cost, etc.

    Shopping clothes Unit 3
    Functions: Talking about the past. Comparing things and places. Grammar: Simple past (regular verbs). Comparative adjectives. Object pronouns. Vocabulary: More clothes. Buying clothes vocabulary: size, to try on, to cost, etc.

    Test - Shopping clothes

    Megan´ mother Unit 1
    Functions: Asking about the past. Telling stories. Comparing things and places. Expressing order. Grammar: Simple past (irregular verbs). Simple past: negative forms. Simple past: questions. Comparative form with long adjectives. By + transport. Vocabulary: Seasons. Means of transport. Ordinal numbers.

    Megan´s mother Unit 2
    Functions: Asking about the past. Telling stories. Comparing things and places. Expressing order. Grammar: Simple past (irregular verbs). Simple past: negative forms. Simple past: questions. Comparative form with long adjectives. By + transport. Vocabulary: Seasons. Means of transport. Ordinal numbers.

    Megan´s mother Unit 3
    Functions: Asking about the past. Telling stories. Comparing things and places. Expressing order. Grammar: Simple past (irregular verbs). Simple past: negative forms. Simple past: questions. Comparative form with long adjectives. By + transport. Vocabulary: Seasons. Means of transport. Ordinal numbers.

    Test - Megan´s mother

    Going back to New York Unit 1
    Functions: Expressing actions happening at the moment. Grammar: Present continuous. Present continuous vs. Present simple. To be going to. Some / any. Vocabulary: Have + shower, dinner, etc. Activities.

    Going back to New York Unit 2
    Functions: Expressing actions happening at the moment. Grammar: Present continuous. Present continuous vs. Present simple. To be going to. Some / any. Vocabulary: Have + shower, dinner, etc. Activities.

    Going back to New York Unit 3
    Functions: Expressing actions happening at the moment. Grammar: Present continuous. Present continuous vs. Present simple. To be going to. Some / any. Vocabulary: Have + shower, dinner, etc. Activities.

    Test - Going back to New York

    At the fair. The fortune teller Unit 1
    Functions: Expressing habitual and current actions. Expressing intention. Grammar: Present continuous vs. Present simple. To be going to. Vocabulary: Dates. Get + married, dressed, etc. Vocabulary review.

    At the fair. The fortune teller Unit 2
    Functions: Expressing habitual and current actions. Expressing intention. Grammar: Present continuous vs. Present simple. To be going to. Vocabulary: Dates. Get + married, dressed, etc. Vocabulary review.

    At the fair. The fortune teller Unit 3
    Functions: Expressing habitual and current actions. Expressing intention. Grammar: Present continuous vs. Present simple. To be going to. Vocabulary: Dates. Get + married, dressed, etc. Vocabulary review.

    Test - At the fair. The fortune teller

    Returning to Work Unit 1
    This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.

    Returning to Work Unit 2 This lesson provides a choice of revision or extension activities.
            
    Descripción

    FORMATO INNOVADOR


    Con materiales didácticos que incorporan textos, imágenes, sonidos y animaciones, permiten activar o estimular simultáneamente los sentidos del estudiante, aumentando la retención de los conocimientos aprendidos. No son tutoriales.


    INTERACTIVOS

    Son cursos interactivos al 100%. En el curso se dispone de una simulación perfecta al programa real de que se trata el curso.


    PRÁCTICOS

    Con una teoría sencilla se aprende gracias a las simulaciones, mediante el uso de nuestra metodología “leer poco” y “practicar lo aprendido”, además de preguntas durante el curso, tests auto evaluativos y ejercicio práctico (simulado) al finalizar cada lección.

    Se utiliza una metodología basada en el mínimo esfuerzo en lectura y el máximo en practicar lo aprendido de forma creciente, utilizando conceptos vistos con anterioridad.


    Cada lección contiene:

    # Conceptos teóricos: explicaciones breves.
    # Conceptos prácticos: Prácticas simuladas de cada explicación.


    Cada lección dispone de la opción:

    # Repaso, una vez finalizada.
    # Test en cada lección, (se incorpora el test de nivel de aprendizaje)
    # Ejercicio práctico simulado
    # Manual (en pantalla), ejercicios (a realizar en la aplicación real) con su respectiva solución.
    # La voz y el texto se puede ejecutar o no, a elección del usuario/alumno
    # Ejecución en ventana a tamaño variable
    # Glosario de términos integrado
            
    Duración

    Los cursos cuentan con una cantidad de Horas de Teoría (explicaciones multimedia). Por otro lado, también debemos considerar la cantidad de Horas de Práctica, que son aquellas que se estima que demorarán los alumnos en resolver los trabajos prácticos.
    Este curso cuenta con: Teoría: 53 Horas Práctica: 26 Horas Total: 79 Horas
    El alumno tendrá acceso a los contenidos por un plazo de 100 días.
            
    Requisitos
    Para poder realizar el curso debe:

    • Poseer Internet Explorer 5.1 o superior
    • Tener habilitado controles ActiveX
    • Disponer de parlantes

            
    Modalidad
    Para realizar estos cursos, es requisito que el equipo desde el cual se realice el mismo disponga de conexión a Internet. Esta conexión se utiliza para brindar permisos de acceso a cada usuario como así también para actualizar las estadísticas de avance del curso.

    En caso de que no se disponga de conexión a Internet, no se podrá realizar el curso.

    Se presentan dos opciones de acuerdo con la velocidad de conexión a Internet de que se dispone:

    A. Cursos On. Line (Requiere conexión Banda Ancha)

    A través de un usuario y contraseña podrá acceder a un campus virtual en la web.


    En el Campus Virtual usted podrá acceder a los contenidos de los cursos que haya contratado, como así también a las ejercitaciones y estadísticas de avance del curso.

    Los contendidos multimedia (explicaciones, simulaciones y prácticas) se descargan de internet en el momento de acceder a los mismos.


    B. Cursos en CD (Conveniente para conexiones tipo Dial Up)

    Por cada curso que contrate el alumno, se le enviará un CD. A través del mismo el alumno podrá acceder a los contenidos del curso.

    El alumno solo necesita de la conexión a Internet al principio y al final de cada lección. De esta manera se habilita el acceso a los contenidos incluidos en el CD y se actualizan las estadísticas de acceso y avance del curso.

    Tanto los contenidos como las lecciones del curso son exactamente iguales para el formato Online y el formato en CD.

            
    Demo
    Para evaluar la calidad de nuestros cursos, puede solicitar una DEMO en la que incluimos una serie de temas de distintos cursos. Esta, es la mejor manera de que tener una visión acabada del sistema de formación ofrecido y sus virtudes.


    Para poder acceder a la DEMO, solo debe hacer la solicitud a nuestro formulario de pedido de demo indicando, nombre, apellido, correo electrónico y curso en el cuál se encuentra interesado.
            
    Tutoría
    Al inscribirse en un curso, se le asignará automáticamente un profesor que se encargará de su seguimiento y de despejar cualquier duda o inquietud que tenga a lo largo del curso.
            
    Metodología
    Como alumno usted accederá a un entorno de formación (Aula virtual) en el que dispone de distintas herramientas de ayuda y evaluación de su progreso. Allí podrá iniciar la ejecución de las distintas unidades o lecciones en las que se dividen los cursos en los que se ha inscripto.

    A los cursos se puede acceder durante las 24 horas.

    Los cursos son multimedia y cuentan con una parte teórica en la que se explica el uso del programa a través de simulaciones multimedia con audio y video.

    Una vez realizada la parte teórica, los alumnos deberán realizar actividades trabajos prácticos y responder de cuestionarios de evaluación.
            
    Certificaciones
    Aquellos alumnos que finalicen el curso habiendo aprobado los tests correspondientes, podrán imprimise un certificado vía web.

    En el caso de que el alumno lo desee, puede además solicitar el envío por correo del certificado impreso en cartulina.
            
    Costos
    El costo del curso completo es de $ 1.219(*) (para residentes de la Argentina) o u$s 440(*) para residentes del exterior.

    (*) El presente costo incluye:
    - Acceso al campus al curso por 100 días.
    - Utilización de la tutoría durante el período del curso.
    - Acceso a los trabajos prácticos con sus respectivas soluciones.
    - Acceso a las Evaluaciones.
    - Acceso al manual en pantalla (no imprimible).
    - Derecho a la impresión del certificado On Line una vez finalizado el curso

    Consulte adicionales para:
    - Recibir por correo el CD para acceder a los contenidos con conexiones Dial UP.
    - Recibir por correo los manuales impresos con el contenido del curso.
    - Recibir por correo los certificados impresos.
            
    Formas de Pago
    • Pago Fácil (Argentina).
    • Rapipago (Argentina).
    • BaproPagos (Argentina).
    • Tarjeta de Crédito hasta 12 pagos con Visa - Naranja - Mastercard - American Express
    • Western Union.
    • Paypal (Pagos internacionales).

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