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ENGLISH – INTERMEDIATE+ LEVEL

TELL ME MORE Scopes and Sequences

ENGLISH INTERMEDIATE+ SEMANA 3 10H52


ENGLISH – INTERMEDIATE+ LEVEL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

How to Use This Document.......................................................................................................................

Professional Situations .............................................................................................................................


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How to Use This Document The goal of this document is to help you find your way around the TELL ME MORE content and to give you the information you need to direct Learners to the appropriate lesson.

1. Here you’ll find the Language Program’s title, length, and description.

2. Each Language Program contains several lessons. The title and length of each lesson can be found here.

3. A variety of information is available for each lesson, such as: - the lesson objectives - the targeted skills (listening, writing, etc.) - the language functions that will be covered - the lexical groups - the grammar, phonetics, or cultural concepts Note: The amount of information available may vary depending on the type and level of the lesson.


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Professional Situations The Intermediate+ Professional Situations level is intended for students who have basic knowledge of the target language and who wish to focus more on business language. It deals with topics drawn from professional life and introduces the following speech acts: having a job interview, presenting one’s education and professional background, participating in a meeting, communicating by telephone. 21. Advice - 00:36 Lesson Objectives Targeted Skills Language Functions Lexical Groups Grammar

- Writing recommendations -

Reading Writing Advising Justifying an action

- Advice and recommendations - 'Instead of' - 'Rather than'

22. Delays - 01:15 Lesson Objectives Targeted Skills

Language Functions Lexical Groups Vocabulary Grammar Phonetics

- Discussing progress made on a project -

Listening Speaking Reading Writing Expressing necessity Situating something in time Expressing agreement Understanding constraints Qualifiers of time and age (on time, quickly, soon, ...) Project management (to compromise, quality, budget, ...) 'Next' - 'The next'

- 'Must' - 'Have to' - 'Will' - 'To be going to' - 'Also' - 'As well' - 'Too' - ↓ (but) - δΖ (July) - οω (November)

23. Instructions - 00:44 - Giving instructions Lesson Objectives Targeted Skills Language Functions

- Listening Speaking - Relaying information - Insisting on something - Explaining a procedure - Giving details about something


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Lexical Groups Vocabulary Grammar

Phonetics

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Speaking (to repeat, to explain, to insist, ...) Situation in time (first off, moving on, in addition, ...) The business world (step, stage, part, ...) 'So that' + 'may' or 'can' ‘Process’ and ‘procedure’ Making references Object pronouns Use of the pronoun 'one' Relative pronouns and adverbs Intonation and stress

24. The Leaving Party - 00:23 - Understanding a memorandum in detail Lesson Objectives Targeted Skills Language Functions Lexical Groups

- Reading - Identifying information in a standard document - Corporate life (retirement, to retire, party, ...)

25. Banks and ATMs - 02:27 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn how to explain a problem and learn vocabulary associated with banks: credit card, expiration date, commission, etc. Economy and Trade - Buying, selling Finance and Insurance - Banking - The stock market - Accounting - Currency Time - Schedule Construction of the passive Use of the passive Construction of the present conditional

26. Paying a Bill - 02:50 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn about different means of paying for something: by check, in cash, etc. Economy and Trade - Cost, payment - Business and commerce - Negotiation Finance and Insurance - Banking - Accounting Measurements and Quantities - Whole numbers The past subjunctive “To let”

27. The Post Office - 02:37


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Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn to ask questions, to give your address, to pick up a package and to buy stamps at the post office. Making Contact - Written correspondence Economy and Trade - Delivery Housing - Real estate - People and professions Time - Schedule Cities and Towns - Places and buildings To be interested in “Few” - “A few” - “many”


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