Universal de Idiomas

Aprender Ingles en Costa Rica
Cursos de Ingles en San Jose Costa Rica

Plan de Estudios - Cursos de Ingles
Clases de Ingles Costa Rica

Programa

Nuestros profesores han diseñado un plan de estudios para los cursos, que se adapta a cada nivel,  ya sean principiantes, intermedios o avanzados.  Nuestro personal docente es entusiasta, altamente calificado y con experiencia. Provee un ambiente positivo y actúa como facilitador, haciendo que los estudiantes produzcan, además está preparado para cualquier pregunta que surja sobre el idioma, la cultura relacionada con el idioma.

El curso está diseñado para que el estudiante, a medida que avanza en cada nivel, sea capaz de hablar, escribir, escuchar y pensar en inglés de manera integral, interactuando con otros a través del idioma inglés.

DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PROGRAMA

Se imparten dos tipos de cursos: el Curso Regular, el cual tiene una exigencia de cuatro horas semanales y el Curso Intensivo de 6 horas por semana. Estas horas se complementan con 10 horas de club de conversación semanal.

El programa completo consta de cinco niveles (principiante – intermedio I – intermedio II – avanzados – conversacional), los cuales se imparten utilizando el método Open Mind y Master Mind de la editorial MACMILLAN.

En los cuatro primeros niveles se trabaja de forma combinada la gramática y la conversación, con el fin de brindar al estudiante las bases necesarias para producir y comprender satisfactoriamente. En el quinto y último nivel se enfatiza el desarrollo de las habilidades de conversación.

Durante el desarrollo del curso el estudiante realiza como mínimo, dos pruebas escritas y orales, las cuales han sido elaboradas en forma colegiada por la Institución.

Introducción:

  • Important phrases, alphabet, greetings, titles, days of the week, month of the year, articles, seasons, pronouns, verbs, sentences, demonstratives, determiners, perpositions, colors, shapes, adjectives, the body, pronouns, illnesses.

Level 1

  • Verb be - statements (at + time), yes/no questions, Verb be - information question, Subject pronons (in + month, on + date), articles an and a, possessive nouns - 's and s', simple present - statements and yes/no questions, Simple present - information questions (Third person singular spelling rules be + adjective), Frequency adverbs, Clauses with until, before, after, there is/there are with some, any, several, a lot, many, should, present progressive, present progressive vs. Simple present (spelling rules for -ing verbs), can/can't - ability, can/can't with adverbs of manner (Spelling rules for forming regular/irregular adverbs), this , that, these, those Comperative adjectives (singular/plural nouns), Count and noncount nouns with some, any, Verb phrases, Simple past - affirmative statements, simple past - questions and negative statements (spelling rules for simple past regular verbs), regular/irregular verbs, Simple past with when clauses, Object pronouns, present progressive as future going to

Level 2

  • review of simple past/past progressive (irregularsimple past verbs), prepositions at, by, about, in, when and while, comparatives with as … as/ not as… as, superlatives (spelling rules for forming superlative adjectives/ irregular superlative adjectives), Possessive pronouns and whose Modals of permission and request, present perfect - ever/never, present perfect - how long/for/since, present perfect vs. Simple past, Modals of advice and warning, direct and indirect objects, separable phrases verbs with direct objects, preposition + indirect object, too/(not)… enough/really/very, How much/How many and quantifiers, phrases of preference, negative yes/no questions, will and going to, Modals of possibility - may might, will, present tense with future meaning, Modals of offer - can/could/will, simple present passive, simple past passive (by + agent), zero and first conditionals, review of future forms

Level 3

  • present perfect + yet/already, Used to..., too/eighter, so/neighter, article the vs. no article, indirect questions, have/get something done, have/get + indirect object, past participles, reported speech, reported questions (say/tell + object, ask if/whether), second conditional, hope and wish, Modals of deduction - might/must/could/can't, Tag questions (be + noun/adjective/verb -ing), past perfect, Verb + gerund/infinitive, It's + adjective + infinitive, wish for regets, Subject relative clauses, Object relative clauses (relative pronouns - who, that, which, where), should/shouldn't have, was/were going to, gerund phrases as subject and object, separable and nonseparable phrasal verbs

Level 4

  • Indirect questions.Review of past tense and present perfect, Passives-present, past, future and modal. Relative clauses including contact clauses. Gerunds. Conditionals zero, first and second, Multi-word verbs. Used to and Would, Past Perfect. Review of past tenses, Past reported speech:, statements and questions, Order of adjectives. Aspects of quantifiers, Expressing obligation / necessity.Prepositions and present participle time expressions, Third Conditional., Expressing wishes., Would have, should have, could have. Past modals for deduction: could have, might have, may have, must have, can't have. Future progressive vrs future simple. Connectors, Future perfect. Future forms

Level 5

  • En este nivel no se utiliza ningún libro ya que está enfocado a la conversación mediante actividades que le permitan al estudiante hablar, discutir, expresar sus opiniones, etc.
  • Profesor por un día
  • Presentaciones Creativas
  • Debates
  • Mesas redondas
  • Sesión de discución
  • Currículum
  • Entrevista laboral
  • Presentación espontánea
  • Presentaciones Creativas
  • Presentación Final