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Tematicas para las_pruebas_de_suficiencia_

  1. 1. TEMÁTICAS DE INGLÉS
  2. 2. PROFICIENCY ENGLISH TEST 1 CONTENTS: LEVEL 1 Units Grammar Structures Vocabulary THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE UNIT 1 The Basics of English  Alphabet‐Introduction‐ Personal Pronouns  Present Simple of verb “to be” (Affirmative, negative and questions).  Possessives Adjectives  Prepositions of Time  Articles  Present to have (Affirmative‐Negative‐Questions)  Questions (How‐Where‐Who‐What)  Demonstratives adjectives (This‐that‐these‐those) Personal Information, Introductions, countries, nationalities, days of week, months of the year, technology, numbers (1‐100), family members, school objects, school subjects, time and information questions. Picture vocabulary. UNIT 2 Healthy food good for you! THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE  Countable and Uncountable Nouns (Some‐Any).  Questions with How much and How many …?  There is / There are (Affirmative‐Negativeand Questions).  Prepositions of Place (in‐on‐under‐above‐below‐ next to – behind – between) Food and drinks, food pyramid, healthy and unhealthy food, places in the downtown, vocabulary related to a city, a town and a village. Picture vocabulary. UNIT 3 Friends and Family THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE Possessive ‘s and of The Present Continuous Tense (Affirmative‐ Negative and Questions) Common Verbs + ing. Writing a Vacation Web Site Present Simple vs. Present Continuous Family members and their relationship, best friends, leisure activities, jobs, clothes, feelings . Picture vocabulary. UNIT 4 Free Time Activities THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Modal Auxiliaries Can‐Can’t Adverbs of Frequency (always, usually, often, sometimes, seldom‐rarely, hardly ever, never). Adverbs of Frequency with verb “to be” Information Questions (How often do/does…………….?) Verbs: Like, love, hate + ing. People’s abilities, daily activities and free time activities in common families, some sports, keeping your room clean. Picture vocabulary. Unit 5 People, cities and sports. THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE The verb “be” with adjectives. Comparative Adjectives (1) One syllable. Comparative Adjectives (2) Two syllables or more. Irregular comparative adjectives. Superlative Adjectives (one‐two or more syllables). Comparatives and Superlatives Adjectives used Together information questions (Who, What, Where, Which). Adjectives of one‐two or more syllables, some adjectives and their opposites, irregular adjectives, beautiful places and sports, cities and countries. Picture vocabulary.
  3. 3. PROFICIENCY ENGLISH TEST 2 CONTENTS: LEVEL 2 Units Grammar Structures Vocabulary THE SIMPLE PAST TENSE UNIT 1 Life in the past Wh questions (Who‐What‐Where‐When‐Why‐How) The Past Simple of “to be” was‐were (Affirmative‐ Negative‐ Questions and short answers) There was / There were statements, questions and answers. Simple Past Tense with Regular Verbs. (Affirmative‐ Negative‐Questions and answers)  Subject Questions with Who‐What‐When‐Where‐How. Writing Task: A Description of a Journey Feelings Past Tense: Regular and Irregular Verbs. Past Time Expressions. Verbs to describe lifetime events in the past. Facilities in a mall. Means of transportation. Family Members. Jobs and occupations. UNIT 2 Life in the 70s! THE SIMPLE PAST TENSE The Simple Past Tense with some irregular verbs. (Affirmative‐Negative and Questions). The Simple Past Tense with more irregular verbs. (Affirmative‐Negative and Questions). Writing: A vacation Postcard. Family members. Facilities in the downtown and mall. Seasons and weather. Nature vocabulary. Sports. Music. Touristic places. Food. Technology. Sea animals. TV and movies. Verbs to describe lifetime events in the past. UNIT 3 Going Places FUTURE TENSE Simple Future: Be going to a. To talk about future definite plans. b. To talk about future intentions opinions. The Simple Future Tense: Will (Affirmative‐Negative‐ Questions and answers). Simple Future Tense: Will vs. Going to Touristic places around the world. Vacation vocabulary. Times Expressions. Days of the week. Months of the Year. Seasons. Clothes. Information Questions and answers in the future. UNIT 4 Health Care! THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Modal Auxiliaries: Should and Shouldn’t Modal Auxiliar: Must (Affirmative‐Negative). Modal Auxiliar: Have to (Affirmative‐Negative) Don’t / doesn’t have to vs. Must not Writing a Formal Letter Body Parts. Health Problems. Verbs, words and phrases related to an accident Problem. Formal expressions used in a letter. Unit 5 Writing Topics. Modal Auxiliaries: Could and Would Making requests for permission. Making requests for action. Expressing Desires and making requests. Questions. Writing a Paragraph Parts of the Paragraph: Topic Sentence Supporting Details Conclusion / Transition Sentence Modal of Writing Process: An Essay. Getting Started/Prewriting/Gathering Information/ Organizing Information/ Writing the First Draft/ Revising and Rewriting / Editing and Rewriting / Final Draft Writing an article about your University. Plan: Title/Introduction/Main Report/Conclusion Writing Tip Punctuation A toothache problem. Health Problems. Times. Touristic places. Weather. Seasons. Feelings. Leisure activities. Advantanges of learning a new language. A student writes about his/her university.
  4. 4. TEMÁTICAS DE CULTURA FÍSICA
  5. 5. UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE LOJA MODALIDAD DE ESTUDIOS A DISTANCIA TALLERES DE CULTURA FISICA TEMAS A SER TRATADOS EN LAS PRUEBAS DE SUFICIENCIA NIVEL 1 LA IMPORTANCIA DE LA CULTURA FÍSICA EN EL SER HUMANO  Conceptualización de la Cultura Física.  Importancia de la Cultura Física en el Ser Humano.  La Educación Física como Elemento del Equilibrio Psico-Físico.  La Actividad Física en el Profesional.  Decálogo de Seguridad del Estudiante para su Actividad Física.  La Alimentación en la Cultura Física.  Capacidades Condicionales.  La Fuerza.  La Velocidad.  La Resistencia.  Capacidades Coordinativas.  La Flexibilidad.  LA Coordinación. TEMAS A SER TRATADOS EN LAS PRUEBAS DE SUFICIENCIA NIVEL 2 LA CULTURA FÍSICA COMO FUENTE DE SALUD, ENERGÍA Y VIDA  Definición de la Respiración.  Anatomía del Aparato Respiratorio.  Fisiología de la Respiración.  Fases de la Respiración.  Fenómenos Mecánicos del Respiración Externa.  Tipos de Respiración.  Oxígeno y Deporte.  Relajación y Estrés, signos, consecuencias.  Técnicas de Relajación.  Columna Vertebral / Concepto / Regiones.  La Lordosis. Ejercicios Preventivos y Correctivos  La Cifosis. Ejercicios Preventivos y Correctivos  La Escoliosis. Ejercicios Preventivos y Correctivos  Elaboración de un Plan de ejercicios que ayuden a mejorar problemas como: El estrés, Respiratorios y Posturales. Lic. Liliana Maldonado Coordinadora Talleres Cultura Fisica Telef: 2546618 ext. 1404

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