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Equivalencias de los niveles DUI respecto al Marco Común Europeo de Referencia (M.C.E.R)

 

 

Niveles DUI Niveles M.C.E.R.
Básico I A1
Básico II
Intermedio I A2
Intermedio II
Avanzado B1

 

Niveles básicos (I y II) .

Al concluir esta fase el estudiante será capaz de comprender y utilizar expresiones cotidianas de uso muy frecuente, así como frases sencillas destinadas a satisfacer necesidades de tipo inmediato. 

Podrá presentarse a sí mismo y a otros, pedir y dar información básica sobre su domicilio, sus pertenencias y las personas que conoce.  Podrá relacionarse de forma elemental siempre que su interlocutor hable despacio y con claridad y esté dispuesto a cooperar.

 

Niveles intermedios (I y II).

Al concluir está etapa el alumno será capaz de comprender frases y expresiones de uso frecuente relacionadas con áreas de experiencia que le son especialmente relevantes (información básica sobre si mismo y su familia, compras, lugares de interés, ocupaciones, etc.). Podrá comunicarse a la hora de llevar a cabo tareas simples y cotidianas que no requieran más que intercambios sencillos y directos de información sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas o habituales. Sabrá distinguir en términos sencillos aspectos de su pasado y su entorno así como cuestiones relacionadas con sus necesidades inmediatas.

 

Nivel Avanzado.

El egresado de este nivel será capaz de comprender los puntos principales de textos claros y en lengua estándar si tratan sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas, ya sea en situaciones de trabajo, de estudio o de ocio. Sabrá desenvolverse en la mayor parte de las situaciones que pueden surgir durante un viaje por zonas donde se utiliza la lengua. Será capaz de producir textos sencillos y coherentes sobre temas que le son familiares o en los que tiene un interés personal. Podrá describir experiencias, acontecimientos, deseos y aspiraciones, así como justificar brevemente sus opiniones o explicar sus planes.  

 

 

Descripción de desempeños al termino del programa

Comprender Hablar Escribir

Comprensión Auditiva

Comprensión de lectura Interacción Oral  Expresión Oral Expresión escrita

Comprende las ideas principales cuando el discurso es claro y normal y se tratan asuntos cotidianos que tienen lugar en el trabajo, la escuela, durante el tempo de ocio, etc.

Comprende la idea principal de varios programas de radio o televisión que tratan temas actuales o asuntos de interés personal o profesional, cuando la articulación es relativamente lenta y clara

Comprende textos redactados en una lengua de uso habitual y cotidiana o relacionada con el trabajo. Comprende la descripción de acontencimientos, sentimientos o deseos en cartas personales.  Sabe desenvolverse en casi todas las situaciones que se presentan durante viajes donde se habla esa lengua. Puede participar espontáneamente en una conversación que trate temas cotidianos de interés personal o que sean pertinentes para la vida diaria (familia, aficiones, trabajo, viajes y acontecimientos actuales) Sabe enlazar frases de forma sencillas con el fin de describir experiencias y hechos, anhelos, esperanzas y ambiciones. Puede explicar y justificar brevemente sus opiniones y proyectos. Sabe narrar una historia o relata la trama de un libro o película y puede describir sus comentarios al respecto . Es capaz de escribir textos sencillos y bien enlazados sobre temas que le son conocidos o de interés personal. Puede escribir cartas personales que describen experiencias e impresiones.

 

 

The DUI has a program divided in five levels of learning. Each level contains an academic topic, a purpose and an objective carefully designed and analized to developthe capacity of the students to express themselves in english languaje

 

 

Programa Institucional  El programa institucional para la enseñanza del idioma inglés con el que cuenta el DUI esta dividido en 5 niveles de aprendizaje, cada uno contiene un objetivo, propósito y contenido temático cuidadosamente analizado y diseñado para desarrollar la capacidad de los estudiates de expresarse en este idioma.

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

What’s your name?

  • Introducing oneself and others
  • Exchanging basic personal information (name, age, nationality, telephone number, address)
  • Asking about others
  • Spelling
  • Checking information
  • People
  • Relationships
  • Countries and nationalities
  • The verb be
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Who? / What? / How? / How old? / Where…from?

2

How’s work?

  • Talking about routines
  • Describing work
  • Telling the time
  • Asking for more information
  • Talking about daily schedules
  • Talking about permanent situations
  • Jobs and workplaces
  • Routines
  • Schedules
  • Days of the week
  • Telling the time
  • Present Simple (affirmative and Wh-questions)
  • Prepositions of time (at, on in, until, from…to…)
  • When? / What time?

3

Have a good time!

  • Expressing like and dislike
  • Stating a desire
  • Talking about free-time activities
  • Asking for and giving opinions
  • Expressing ability
  • Responding to what sb says
  • Entertainment
  • Free-time activities
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • Present Simple (negative questions)
  • How often?
  • The verb can
  • Want to, would like to
  • Like, love, hate, enjoy + -ing

4

Nearest and dearest

  • Talking about family members
  • Expressing possession
  • Asking about and describing people’s physical appearance
  • Identifying people
  • Family relationships
  • Physical appearance
  • Personal items
  • Family relationships
  • Physical appearance
  • Personal items

Second Partial

5

My home is my castle

  • Talking about current activities
  • Making suggestions
  • Giving reason
  • Talking about temporary activities
  • Distinguishing between permanent and temporary situations
  • Describing houses
  • Everyday activities
  • House / Rooms
  • Furniture
  • Present Progressive
  • Present Simple vs Present Progressive
  • Let’s/ How about?/ Why don’t we/you?
  • Why?/ Because

6

In the city

  • Referring to the location of places in a town
  • Asking for, giving and understanding directions
  • Reading a map
  • Describing places
  • Location and directions
  • Buildings and places in a city
  • Places in a building
  • Ordinals
  • There is / There are
  • Prepositions of place and movement
  • Object personal pronouns

7

Nice and tasty

  • Asking and answering about quantities
  • Ordering food
  • Giving and following instructions
  • Talking about food and eating habits
  • Food and drink
  • Quantities and containers
  • Cooking
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Some / any / no
  • How much? / How many?
  • Much / many / a lot of / lots of / a few / a little

8

Ready to wear

  • Identifying and describing objects
  • Talking about clothes
  • Asking for and giving opinions
  • Talking about preference
  • Talking about prices
  • Buying and selling
  • Offering help
  • Thanking and accepting thanks
  • Clothes and accessories
  • Shopping and prices
  • Materials
  • Which?
  • This / these, that / those
  • One / ones
  • Too + adjective
  • Too vs very

Third Parcial

9

School days

  • Talking about school memories
  • Talking about activities in the recent past
  • Asking for more information
  • Talking about studies one has done
  • Education
  • School subjects
  • Fields of study
  • Years
  • Past Simple of regular and irregular verbs

10

Do your best

  • Talking about talents and abilities
  • Describing feelings
  • Expressing ability in the past
  • Expressing regret
  • Sports
  • Talents and abilities
  • Past Simple of be
  • Could
  • Adverbs of manner

11

Fiesta Time

  • Making plans
  • Talking about arrangements
  • Describing celebrations and festivals
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Months
  • Seasons
  • Celebrations
  • Festivals
  • Wishes
  • Future going to
  • Present Progressive with future meaning
  • Compounds of some, any, no, every

12

Best friends

  • Making requests
  • Expressing obligation
  • Inviting
  • Accepting and refusing an invitation
  • Apologizing and accepting apologies
  • Asking for permission
  • Making informal phone calls
  • People (personality)
  • Friendship
  • Errands and favors
  • Leisure activities
  • Can, could, will, may, would for requests
  • The verb have to

 

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

Nice to meet you

  • Introducing oneself
  • Introducing others
  • Exchanging basic personal information (first name, last name, job)
  • Spelling
  • Greeting and saying goodbye
  • Alphabet
  • Names
  • Greetings
  • Jobs
  • The verb be ( I am, you are)
  • My, your
  • a/an

2

Home and abroad

  • Exchanging basic personal information (age, nationality, telephone number)
  • Numbers 1-100
  • Countries and nationalities
  • Family members
  • The verb be (we are, you are, he is, she is)
  • Our, your, his, her
  • Who?/ What?/ How old?/ Where…from?

3

My favorite things

  • Naming, identifying and describing objects
  • Personal items
  • Colors
  • Opposite adjectives
  • The verb be (it is, they are)
  • Their
  • Plural nouns
  • This/these/, that/those

4

Whose are these clothes?

  • Expressing possession
  • Asking about and describing people’s physical appearance and personality
  • People (clothes, physical appearance, personality)
  • The verb have
  • Possessive case ‘s
  • Whose?

Second Partial

5

Upstairs downstairs

  • Asking about and identifying the location of objects
  • Asking about and describing rooms and houses
  • House / Rooms
  • Furniture
  • Appliances
  • Where?
  • Prepositions of place (on, in, under, in front of, behind, next to)
  • The
  • There is / There are
  • a vs the

6

Work and leisure

  • Talking about permanent situations
  • Talking about free-time activities
  • Expressing like and dislike
  • Expressing interest and surprise
  • Responding positively to news
  • Ways of getting around
  • Days of the week
  • Sports
  • Free-time activities
  • Present simple
  • (I, we, you, they)

7

Lifestyles

  • Talking about routines
  • Telling the time
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • Telling the time
  • Household chores
  • Present simple (he, she, it)
  • Prepositions of time (at, on, in)
  • When? / What time?

8

In town

  • Referring to the location of places in a town
  • Asking for, giving and understanding directions
  • Reading a map
  • Talking about how one travels
  • Describing the sights in a city
  • Location and directions
  • Travel and transportation
  • Buildings
  • Imperative
  • Prepositions of place and movement
  • Object personal pronouns

9

What would you like?

  • Asking and answering about quantities
  • Offering something
  • Accepting and refusing offers
  • Ordering food
  • Food and drink
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Some / any
  • Would like +noun

Third Parcial

10

April showers

  • Talking about the weather
  • Talking about current activities
  • Weather
  • Months
  • Dates
  • Seasons
  • Ordinals
  • Present Progressive

11

How much is that?

  • Buying thins
  • Talking about prices and quantities
  • Offering help
  • Distinguishing between permanent and temporary actions/situations
  • Shopping and prices
  • Accessories
  • Places to shop
  • How much? / How many?
  • Present Simple vs Present Progressive

12

You can do it!

  • Talking about talents and abilities
  • Making a phone call
  • Making suggestions
  • Expressing agreement, disagreement
  • Talents and abilities
  • Jobs
  • The verb can
  • Let’s / How about?

13

Looking back

  • Talking about past events
  • Talking about famous people
  • Sightseeing
  • Years
  • Famous people
  • Past Simple
  • Past Simple of regular and irregular verbs (affirmative)

14

Techno world

  • Talking about activities in the recent past
  • Comparing past and present lifestyles
  • Technology
  • The computer
  • Appliances
  • Inventions
  • Past Simple of regular and irregular verbs (negative and questions)
  • Past Simple vs Present Simple

 

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

Window on the world

  • Talking about routines and permanent situations in the present and past
  • Distinguishing between permanent and temporary situations
  • Exchanging personal information
  • Lexical set (introducing yourself)
  • Expressions with make
  • Adjectives describing the weather, people and cities/towns
  • Present Simple
  • Present Progressive
  • Stative verbs
  • Past Simple

2

How strange!

  • Talking about past experiences and events
  • Describing feelings
  • Referring to time
  • Narrating a story
  • Adjectives ending in   -ed and –ing
  • Adverbs and adverbial expressions
  • Expressions used in story telling
  • Past Progressive
  • Past Simple vs Past Progressive
  • Time clauses (when, while, as, as soon as)

3

Food for thought

  • Talking about food and eating habits
  • Asking and answering about quantities
  • Ordering food
  • Stating a problem
  • Conversational English
  • Adjectives describing food
  • Lexical set (international cuisine)
  • Quantifiers (some, any, much, many, a lot of, lots of (a) few, (a) little
  • Too
  • Enough

4

Mother nature

  • Making comparisons
  • Talking about animals
  • Talking about distance and measurements
  • Animals
  • Measurements
  • Geographical features
  • Comparative forms
  • Superlative forms

Second Partial

5

Take a break

  • Talking about experiences
  • Linking past and present time
  • Describing a vacation
  • Narrating past events
  • Means of transportation
  • Vacation activities
  • Adjectives describing a sport, a story, a vacation and a city/town
  • Present Perfect Simple
  • Present Perfect Simple vs Past Simple

6

Time on your hands

  • Asking for information politely
  • Asking about length of time
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Collocations (verb + noun) related to hobbies
  • Indirect Questions
  • Present Perfect Simple (how long?, for, since)

7

Doctor, doctor

  • Asking for and giving advice
  • Talking about health problems
  • Expressing sympathy
  • Making suggestions
  • Reporting commands and requests
  • Making formal phone calls
  • Aliments
  • Accidents
  • Injuries
  • The verb should
  • Reported Speech (commands and requests)

8

Digital planet

  • Describing objects
  • Talking about appliances and devices
  • Expressing purpose
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Words related to computers
  • Lexical set (communication)
  • Appliances and devices
  • Already, yet, still
  • Infinitive of purpose
  • It’s + adjective +infinitive
  • Conversational English
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Lexical set (employment and qualifications)
  • So, neither, too, either
  • Relative pronouns
  • Defining relative clauses (who, which, that, where)

Third Parcial

9

Get the message

  • Giving information
  • Defining people and things
  • Talking about habitual actions in the past
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Prepositional phrases with in
  • Lexical set (the internet)
  • Defining Relative Clauses
  • Relative pronouns (who, which, that)
  • The verb used to

10

Bon voyage!

  • Asking for, giving and refusing permission
  • Expressing obligation, prohibition, necessity
  • Asking for and giving travel information
  • Lexical set (traveling)
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Can / can’t
  • Must / mustn’t
  • Have to / don’t have to
  • Need to / don’t need to

11

Down to earth

  • Making wishes
  • Expressing cause and result
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Lexical sets (media)
  • Nouns with prepositions
  • Wishes and unreal past
  • Clauses of result

12

Urban life

  • Making comparisons
  • Describing a place
  • Expressing preference
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Giving reasons
  • Word building (adjective suffixes)
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Lexical set (places in a city)
  • A vs the
  • As… as…
  • Conditional Type 1