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ENGLISH - EXPERT

TELL ME MORE Scopes and Sequences

ENGLISH EXPERT SEMANA 2 8H03


ENGLISH - EXPERT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Scopes and Sequences .............................................................................................................................

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

EXPERT – PART 2 ......................................................................................................................................


ENGLISH - EXPERT

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.


ENGLISH - EXPERT

EXPERT – PART 2 The Expert level is intended for students who are practically fluent in the target language and who wish to maintain their level, to expand their knowledge by learning about a few points that have not been completely assimilated, or to refine their use of the target language even further.

1. Comparing Products - 02:41 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Convince someone about the quality of your product. Communication and Intellect - Comparison Objects - Colors Economy and Trade - Buying, selling - Marketing - Negotiation - Cost, payment Judgment and Opinion - Surprise, excessiveness Personality and Feelings The indefinite possessive Similarity: “like” and “as” Expressions with “to have” Adjectives ending in “-ing”

2. Making a Sale - 02:54 Lesson Objectives Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Learn business-related vocabulary, meet a client, negotiate a contract and discuss prices. Communication and Intellect - Thinking, debating, explaining Economy and Trade - Delivery - Cost, payment - Products, merchandise Finance and Insurance - Accounting Judgment and Opinion - Agreement, disagreement Work Environment - Managing and organizing Expressions with the present perfect “The more . . . the more” A use of the comparative

3. Negotiating - 02:21 Lesson Objectives

Learn business-related vocabulary, discuss stock availability, installation and delivery time.


ENGLISH - EXPERT

Vocabulary Themes

Grammar

Communication and Intellect - Choices and decisions - Obtaining information Objects - How it works - Descriptive terms Economy and Trade - People and professions - Delivery Finance and Insurance - Insurance - Accounting Science and Industry - Computer science - Technology “To be” and “to have:” preterite “To hope” + dependent clause

4. Additional Module - 00:07 Lesson Objectives

Discover and broaden your knowledge of the culture of the country or countries where the language is spoken.


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