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Курсы английского языка. 2 уровень - Headway Elementary

Стоимость курса:

  • групповое обучение:
    • ак. часов: 100
    • базовая стоимость: 5630 руб.
    • утро/день: 4500 руб.
    • вечер/выходной: 4500 руб.
    • стоимость уровня: 16890 руб.
    • этапов: 4
  • индивидуальное обучение:
    • цена: 900 руб. за 1 ак. ч.


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Курсы английского языка. 2 уровень - Headway Elementary

Наименование курса:- Elementary - Начальный курс английского языка - 2. Записаться

Курсы английского языка - элементарный уровень – Headway Elementary: по окончании данного уровня обучения английскому языку Вы научитесь вести разговор на общие темы, сможете использовать в речи основные грамматические конструкции, узнаете правила согласования времен.

Основной учебник курса английского – Headway Elementary (Oxford University Press). На представленном уровне студентам рекомендуется читать адаптированную художественной литературы и прослушивать аудиокассеты.

Окончив данный уровень, Вы сможете свободно изъясняться в англоязычных странах на общие темы.

Второй уровень обучения английскому языку. Headway Elementary. 120 ак. ч

Курсы английского языка «Elementary» рассчитаны на слушателей, которые имеют базовые представления о грамматике и разговорной практике английского языка, но не обладают систематическими знаниями грамматики и не имеют достаточного словарного запаса.

Продолжительность курса:

Общий объем курса:
Групповые занятия: 100 ак. ч.
  • аудиторные
  • самостоятельные
  • 100 ак. ч.
    0 ак. ч.
    Индивидуальные занятия: 100 ак. ч.

    Стоимость курса:

    • групповое обучение:
      • ак. часов: 100
      • базовая стоимость: 5630 руб.
      • утро/день: 4500 руб.
      • вечер/выходной: 4500 руб.
      • стоимость уровня: 16890 руб.
      • этапов: 4
    • индивидуальное обучение:
      • цена: 900 руб. за 1 ак. ч.

    График занятий:

    Режим занятий Дни проведения Кол-во ак.ч.
    Стандартный
    • понедельник, среда
    • вторник, четверг
    • пятница
    • суббота, воскресенье
    по 3 ак.ч.
    по 3 ак.ч.
    по 3 ак.ч.
    по 6 ак.ч.
    Интенсивный
    • понедельник, вторник, среда, четверг, пятница
    по 3 ак.ч
    *** Для корпоративных клиентов график занятий обсуждается и составляется индивидуально.

    Время занятий групп на курсах:

    • утренние — с 9-00 до 11-15
    • дневные — с 11-30 до 13-45, с 14-00 до 16-15, с 16-30 до 18-45
    • вечерние — с 19-00 до 21-15
    • группы выходного дня: суббота и/или воскресенье — c 12-00 до 16-30
    *** В отдельных (исключительных) случаях время занятий может быть изменено.


    Ближайшие даты начала занятий:

    Рабочие дни:
    • Утро — 24-12-2018
    • День — 25-12-2018
    • Вечер — 25-12-2018
    Выходные дни:
    • Cуббота и/или воскресенье — 29-12-2018

    *** Внимание! Даты начала занятий могут изменяться.



    Место проведения занятий:

    • в аудиториях г. Москвы (м. Серпуховская, м. Добрынинская, м. Таганская, м. Арбатская, м. Китай-город, м. Сухаревская, м. Парк Культуры, и. Проспект Мира и др.);
    • в Вашем городе;
    • в офисе Вашей компании.



    Учебная программа курса:

    Unit 1

    Hello!

    Grammar: Verb to be am/is/are. Possessive adjectives my, your, her, his

    Vocabulary: Names of countries. Using a bilingual dictionary. Everyday objects stamp, hug. key. Keeping a vocabulary book

    Everyday English: The alphabet. How do you spell...?

    Skills work: Listening and speaking. 'Hello and goodbye'

    Grammar: a or an? a boy, an apple

    Vocabulary: Countries and nationalities. Word stress Turkey, Japan Numbers 1-100. Telephone numbers

    Writing:

    Unit 2

    People

    Grammar: Verb to be. Questions and negatives. Possessive's Martin' s son

    Vocabulary: Family relationships mother, uncle. Opposite adjectives old — young, big — small

    Everyday English: In a cafe. Can I have a ...? Food and drink a ham sandwich, a cup of tea

    Skills work: Reading and listening. Paola's letter. Five conversations in Paola's day

    Grammar: Plural nouns; books, bliss's, countries. people

    Vocabulary: What's the matter? I'm tired. Saying prices

    Writing:

    Unit 3

    Work

    Grammar: Present Simple (1) 3rd person She teaches French. questions and negatives

    Vocabulary: Jobs; A pilot/lies a plane.

    Everyday English: What time is it? Can you tell me [lie time. please?

    Skills work: Reading and listening 'The long-distance teacher' .Listening and speaking. Five conversations in Frank's day

    Grammar: Spelling of 3rd person singular goes, washes. Flies. Question words Where? How old?

    Vocabulary: Daily routines get up, go to work Verbs and nouns that go together cook dinner

    Writing: Personal pronouns and possessive adjectives I, me, my Rewriting a text

    Unit 4

    Free time

    Grammar: Present Simple (2) all persons On Saturdays 1 get up at 9.00. I love cooking! Articles; She's a student. I work /or The Times. We go to work by car.

    Vocabulary: Free time activities; painting, sailing play or go; play football go dancing

    Everyday English: Social English Excuse me. I'm sorry. Pardon?

    Skills work: Reading and listening Three people talk about their free time and favourite season. Speaking What's your favourite season?

    Grammar: Adverbs of frequency always, never

    Vocabulary: Opposites love — hate

    Writing: An informal letter A letter to a penfriend

    Test1

    Unit 5

    Places

    Grammar: There is/are Prepositions of place; The dog is in front of the fire. some and any with countable nouns; There are some apples. Are there any oranges?

    Vocabulary: Things in the house; living room. armchair, mirror. Places, people, food, and drink; house, children, wine

    Everyday English: Directions (1); Excuse me! Is there a chemist's near here?

    Skills work: Speaking and listening Picture differences: the living room. Reading 'Inside Buckingham Palace'. Listening and speaking. Where I live.

    Grammar: this/that/these/those. Do you like this photograph?

    Vocabulary: Rooms and objects bathroom, soap. Numbers 100-1,000

    Writing: Linking words and, so, but, because Writing about where you live

    Unit 6

    What can you do?

    Grammar: can/can't. I can speak French, hut I can't speak Japanese. was/were — could ; I could swim when I was five.

    Vocabulary: Skills and abilities; I can use a word processor. Words that sound the same; hear/here, see/sea

    Everyday English: At the airport; Can I see your passport, please?

    Skills work: Speaking. What can computers do? Reading and speaking (jigsaw). 'Two teenage geniuses'

    Grammar: How much? How much was it before?

    Vocabulary: Saying years. 1915 — nineteen fifteen. Words that go together ask — a question

    Writing: A formal letter. A letter of application for a job

    Unit 7

    Then and now

    Grammar: Past Simple (1); regular verbs She started work in 1916. questions and negatives; When did she die? irregular verbs; He left school in 1982.

    Vocabulary: Words with silent letters eight /eit/ ; listen /lisn/

    Everyday English: Special occasions. Happy Birthday! Merry Christmas!

    Skills work: Speaking (information gap). Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Reading 'Charles Dickens'

    Grammar: More irregular verbs began, wrote

    Vocabulary: Parts of speech noun, verb, adjective, preposition

    Writing: Writing a paragraph. Describing a holiday

    Unit 8

    How things began

    Grammar: Past Simple (2) negatives and ago. People didn't watch TV 100 years ago.. Time expressions in 1924, on Tuesday

    Vocabulary: Odd one out orange apple cliic'ken

    Everyday English: Ordinals. first, second, third. Dates What's the date? It's 4 January.

    Skills work: Reading and listening 'How things began'. Listening and speaking (a picture story). A Parisian burglar. Listening and speaking 'How we met'

    Grammar: Compounds with some- and any- . somebody, anybody, somewhere, anywhere, something, anything

    Vocabulary: Inventions computer washing machine

    Writing: Linking words because, when, until Describing your best friend

    Unit 9

    Food and drink

    Grammar: like and would like. 1 like apples. I'd like an apple. some and any with countable and uncountable nouns. There's some sugar. There aren't any eggs.

    Vocabulary: Food and drink. Shops and things to buy. newsagent's a phone card. Word search on food.

    Everyday English: In a hotel. Could I have a double room? Could you give me the hill?

    Skills work: Speaking. Likes and dislikes Roleplay. Going shopping. Reading and listening. 'Meals in Britain'. Six mealtime conversations.

    Grammar: How much...? or How many ...? How much homework do you get? How many languages do you speak?

    Vocabulary: Adjectives that describe food and drink. brown bread black coffee

    Writing: Formal and informal letters. A letter to a hotel and a letter to a friend.

    Unit 10

    Describing places

    Grammar: Comparative adjectives. cheaper more expensive have got and have. I've got a good job. 1 have a good job. Superlative adjectives. the oldest the most modern

    Vocabulary: Opposite adjectives. clean — dirty Town and country words. traffic lights, field

    Everyday English: Directions (2). prepositions of movement past, through

    Skills work: Roleplay. A king and a queen heading and speaking (jigsaw). 'Two capital cities'

    Grammar: Compounds with every-and no-. everybody, nobody everywhere, nowhere everything, nothing

    Vocabulary: Compound nouns. town centre, motorway

    Writing: Relative pronouns. who, that, which Writing about your capital city.

    Unit 11

    Describing people

    Grammar: Present Continuous He's wearing glasses. Whose? and possessive pronouns. Whose is this dog? It's mine.

    Vocabulary: Describing people. He's got long hair. Clothes and colours. She's wearing a red suit. Words that rhyme. steak/wake

    Everyday English: In a clothes shop. Can I try it on? will for a decision. I'll have the blue jumper.

    Skills work: Speaking. Picture differences: the hotel pool listening and writing. Who's who at the party? Listening. 'Wonderful tonight' (a song)

    Grammar: Present Simple and Present Continuous. What do they do? What are they doing?

    Vocabulary: Pans of the body. back, knee

    Writing: Linking words. although, because of Describing two people in your family.

    Unit 12

    Planning the future

    Grammar: going to future I'm going to be a dancer. Infinitive of purpose. I'm going to Holland to see the tulips.

    Vocabulary: The weather. sunny, windy What's the weather like?

    Everyday English: Making suggestions. What shall we do? Let's have a pizza.

    Skills work: Reading and speaking. Dangerous sports 'The Rock Star!' Speaking (information gap). What's the weather like today?

    Grammar: Auxiliaries. am/is/are, do/does/did

    Vocabulary: Word stress. airport guitar

    Writing: Writing a postcard.

    Test 3

    Unit 13

    Did you know that?

    Grammar: Question forms How many ...? What sort...? What happened ...? Adverbs. quickly, slowly well, hard

    Vocabulary: Talking about a book. What sort of story is it? What's it about?

    Everyday English: Catching a train. A return ticket,, please.

    Skills work: Speaking (information gap). Laurel and Hardy. Listening and speaking. 'In the middle of the night'. Reading and listening. A short story called 'The Girl with Green Eyes'

    Grammar: Question forms. Which one?

    Vocabulary: Noun and adjective suffixes. colour — colourful, sun — sunny. -ing and -ed adjectives. bored — boring

    Writing: Adverbs. happy — happily. Writing a story. Once upon a time

    Unit 14

    In my life

    Grammar: Present Perfect with ever and never I've never been to Canada. with yet and just. We haven't seen a show yet. I've just been in Central Park.

    Vocabulary: Odd one out. waitress nephew grandmother widow

    Everyday English: Telephoning. Can I speak to Jo. please?

    Skills work: Listening and speaking. What have you done in your life? Reading and speaking. 'Three amazing grandmas'

    Grammar: been or gone? Jane's gone to Portugal. I've been to Portugal

    Vocabulary: What is it? It's very interesting. I've just read chapter 10. It = a book/novel

    Writing: Filling in a form

    Unit 15

    Thank you and goodbye

    Grammar: Verb patterns / want to go home. We enjoyed meeting you. It's easy to learn English. say and tell. She said that the party was good. She told me that the party was good

    Vocabulary: Multi-word verbs. He took off his coat. The plane took off.

    Everyday English: Problems with officials. You can't enter the country. have to for obligation. You have to fill in a customs form

    Skills work: Speaking. Acting out dialogues. Reading and listening. 'She's leaving home' (a song).

    Grammar: Obligation. have to/has to Policemen have to wear a uniform.

    Vocabulary: Noun suffixes and word stress. describe, description Words that are nouns and verbs. cook, love

    Writing: A thank-you letter, paragraphing, writing an envelope.

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