Advanced C1


Um novo curso de nível C1 do QECR para adultos baseado em pesquisas acadêmicas sobre como os adultos aprendem melhor as línguas e extensas pesquisas em sala de aula.


Pré-requisitos

Ter aprovado o nível anterior (B2) ou o teste de apuramento de nível indicar que está no nível C1 do QECR.

Público-alvo

Todos aqueles que pretendem aprender a língua inglesa a partir do nível B2 do QECR.

Opção de estudo

Curso apenas a tempo inteiro.

No fim do curso, os estudantes admitidos realizam 4 exames: de reading, writing, listening e speaking.

Os alunos aprovados podem requerer para atribuíção de certificados de conclusão de curso.

Duração

O curso tem a duração de 3 meses, com 120 horas lectivas.

Objectivos específicos

  • 1. Make comparisons
  • 2. Talk about time and speed
  • 3. Use continuous forms
  • 4. Talk about change
  • 5. Predict content
  • 6. Use a dictionary
  • 7. Write a report based on a graph
  • 8. Write a report based on a graph
  • 9. Recognize and use noun phrases (1)
  • 10. Understand and use phrases with adverbs
  • 11. Talk about problems and solutions
  • 12. Use perfect forms
  • 13. Understand and use collocations of perception and sound
  • 14. Take notes
  • 15. Write summaries
  • 16. Give an informal talk
  • 17. Talk about behaviour and attitude
  • 18. Use auxiliary verbs
  • 19. Use articles
  • 20. Talk about success and failure
  • 21. Understand how writers avoid repetition
  • 22. Use prepositional phrases
  • 23. Check and rephrase
  • 24. Write a proposal
  • 25. Express degrees of obligation
  • 26. Talk about responsibility
  • 27. Use phrases with care
  • 28. Use passives
  • 29. Understand word boundaries
  • 30. Understand and use connotation
  • 31. Write a balanced argument essay
  • 32. Take part in formal negotiations
  • 33. Use relative clauses
  • 34. Use common phrases with relative pronouns
  • 35. Use quantifiers
  • 36. Use phrases with of to describe quantity
  • 37. Understand complex sentences
  • 38. Use compound adjectives and nouns
  • 39. Manage conversations
  • 40. Use emphasis in writing
  • 41. Use would
  • 42. Talk about preferences
  • 43. Understand and use verb patterns
  • 44. Talk about leisure, relaxation and stress one meaning
  • 45. Understand reference
  • 46. Use vague language (2)
  • 47. Write an online review
  • 48. Talk about hypotheses
  • 49. Talk about emotions
  • 50. Talk about unreality
  • 51. React to events
  • 52. Understand links within a text
  • 53. Understand metaphor
  • 54. Take part in informal negotiations
  • 55. Use comment adverbs
  • 56. Describe the properties of materials
  • 57. Express probability and speculation
  • 58. Use participle clauses
  • 59. Use phrasal verbs
  • 60. Know what to concentrate on while listening
  • 61. Use formal and informal language
  • 62. Speculate, compare and contrast
  • 63. Write a problem-solution-evaluation essay or report
  • 64. Use will in different ways
  • 65. Use idiomatic phrases with will
  • 66. Talk about higher education
  • 67. Talk about the future
  • 68. Understand paraphrasing
  • 69. Understand three ways to create new words
  • 70. Give a presentation
  • 71. Use discourse markers in writing
  • 72. Recognize and use noun phrases (2)
  • 73. Talk about money
  • 74. Understand the position of adverbials
  • 75. Talk about new and old
  • 76. Understand writer stance
  • 77. Understand idioms
  • 78. Reach a consensus
  • 79. Write an email enquiry
  • 80. Understand adjective position
  • 81. Use adjectives and adverbs beginning with a-
  • 82. Use whoever, whatever, wherever, no matter …
  • 83. Talk about food preparation
  • 84. Use noun reference
  • 85. Understand fixed and semi-fixed expressions
  • 86. Use emphasis
  • 87. Write a blog entry
  • 88. Use causatives have and get
  • 89. Understand special meanings of off, down and over
  • 90. Use reporting verbs
  • 91. Describe research and results
  • 92. Understand non-standard word order
  • 93. Notice, select and record collocations
  • 94. Talk about a magazine story
  • 95. Write a magazine story

Plano temático

  • 1. Change
  • 1.1 Up to speed?
  • 1.2 Managing change
  • 1.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 1.4 Writing and speaking
  • 1.5 Video Pike Place Fish Market
  • 2. Feats
  • 2.1 Feats of nature
  • 2.2 Feats of engineering
  • 2.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 2.4 Writing and speaking
  • 2.5 Video The Falkirk Wheel
  • 3. Team
  • 3.1 The perfect team
  • 3.2 Team game
  • 3.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 3.4 Speaking and writing
  • 3.5 Video The Tall Ships Race
  • 4. Responsibility
  • 4.1 Age of responsibility
  • 4.2 The caring generation
  • 4.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 4.4 Writing and speaking
  • 4.5 Video An international aid worker
  • 5. Power
  • 5.1 Who holds the power?
  • 5.2 The power of the sun
  • 5.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 5.4 Speaking and writing
  • 5.5 Video The power of the sun
  • 6. Play
  • 6.1 Play games and save the planet?
  • 6.2 The invention of leisure
  • 6.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 6.4 Speaking and writing
  • 6.5 Video Leisure through the ages
  • 7. Emotion and reason
  • 7.1 Fooled by our feelings
  • 7.2 Embarrassment
  • 7.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 7.4 Speaking and writing
  • 7.5 Video Decisions, decisions
  • 8. Plastic
  • 8.1 The multi-purpose material
  • 8.2 My life without …
  • 8.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 8.4 Speaking and writing
  • 8.5 Video Net value
  • 9. Learning
  • 9.1 The best way to learn
  • 9.2 The future of higher education
  • 9.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 9.4 Speaking and writing
  • 9.5 Video Academic excellence
  • 10. New
  • 10.1 New ways to pay
  • 10.2 Live!
  • 10.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 10.4 Speaking and writing
  • 10.5 Video A self-build community
  • 11. Origins
  • 11.1 Origins of language
  • 11.2 Origins of world food
  • 11.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 11.4 Speaking and writing
  • 11.5 Video Chinese New Year
  • 12. Memory
  • 12.1 Types of memory
  • 12.2 Improving your memory
  • 12.3 Vocabulary and skills development
  • 12.4 Speaking and writing
  • 12.5 Video How to train your memory

Inscricão

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Local(is) de formação

Rua da Entrada do Novo Cemitério de Michafutene

Bairro Agostinho Neto