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Inglês Língua Estrangeira A2 (1º semestre 2019/2020)

14 Outubro, 2019 @ 18:00 - 18 Janeiro, 2020 @ 20:30

 

Imagem Inglês

 

 

APRESENTAÇÃO

Este é um curso de Inglês geral para adultos e jovens adultos que precisam melhorar as suas habilitações de inglês, tanto para seus estudos académicos e atividades profissionais como também para comunicar eficazmente em interações quotidianas e situações sociais.

 

NÍVEL

A2
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DATA INICIO

14-10-2019

 

OBJETIVOS

Para fornecer o nível CEF A2 de treino no idioma Inglês.

 

CONTEÚDOS PROGRAMÁTICOS

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CEF A2 level review
SKILL COMPETENCE
Unit 7
Listening
• can identify the topic of/information in a discussion
• can extract essential information from short recorded passages
• can identify the main points of TV news items
Reading
• can understand and find simple information in:
• advertisements
• brochures, leaflets and guides
• personal correspondence: messages
• articles

Speaking
• can ask how people are and react to news
• can say what he/she likes and dislikes
• can agree and disagree with others
• can exchange relevant information and give his/her opinion
• can ask and answer questions about themselves and other people, where
• they live, people they know, things they have
• can indicate time by such phrases as next week, last Friday, in November,
• three o’clock
• can use simple techniques to start, maintain or end a short conversation

Writing
• can write simple notes and messages relating to everyday life

Unit 8
SKILL
Listening
• can manage simple, routine exchanges
• can extract essential information from short recorded passages

Reading
• can understand and find simple information in:
• signs
• brochures, leaflets and guides
• personal correspondence: emails
• articles

Speaking
• can make and respond to invitations, suggestions and apologies
• can discuss what to do in the evening/at the weekend
• can agree and disagree with others
• can exchange relevant information and give his/her opinion
• can ask and answer questions about themselves and other people, where
• they live, people they know, things they have

Writing
• can write simple personal correspondence (emails)
• can describe plans and arrangements

Unit 9
Listening
• can manage simple, routine exchanges
• can identify the topic of/information in a discussion
• can extract essential information from short recorded passages
• can identify the main points of TV news items
• can understand the main point in short, clear messages and announcements

Reading
• can understand and find simple information in:
• advertisements
• personal correspondence: notes, letters, emails
Speaking
• can make an introduction and use basic greetings and leave-taking
• expressions
• can make and respond to invitations, suggestions and apologies
• can agree and disagree with others
• can exchange relevant information and give his/her opinion
• can get simple information about travel and buy tickets
• can give and receive information about quantities, numbers and prices
• can ask and answer questions about themselves and other people, where
• they live, people they know, things they have
• can use simple techniques to start, maintain or end a short conversation

Writing
• can write standard letters
• can write simple personal correspondence (letters)

Unit 10
Listening
• can manage simple, routine exchanges
• can identify the topic of/information in a discussion
• can extract essential information from short recorded passages

Reading
• can understand and find simple information in:
• directions, signs, notices and instructions
• personal correspondence: letters
• articles
• weather forecasts
Speaking
• can ask how people are and react to news
• can say what he/she likes and dislikes
• can exchange relevant information and give his/her opinion
• can give and receive information about quantities, numbers and prices
• can ask and answer questions about themselves and other people, where
• they live, people they know, things they have
• can indicate time by such phrases as next week, last Friday, in November,
• three o’clock
• can use simple techniques to start, maintain or end a short conversation

Writing
• can write simple personal correspondence (letters)

Unit 11
Listening
• can manage simple, routine exchanges
• can identity the topic of/information in a discussion
• can understand directions
• can extract essential information from short recorded passages
Reading
• can understand and find simple information in:
• brochures, leaflets and guides
• maps
• personal correspondence: emails
• articles

Speaking
• can say what he/she likes and dislikes
• can discuss what to do in the evening/at the weekend
• can exchange relevant information and give his/her opinion
• can ask and answer questions about themselves and other people, where
• they live, people they know, things they have
• can indicate time by such phrases as next week, last Friday, in November,
• three o’clock
• can ask for and give directions referring to a map or plan
• can use simple techniques to start, maintain or end a short conversation

Writing
• can write personal correspondence (emails)
• can describe events and activities
• can describe plans and arrangements
• can relate personal experiences

Unit 12
Listening
• can manage simple, routine exchanges
• can identify the topic of/information in a discussion
• can handle simple business in shops, post offices or banks

Reading
• can extract essential information from short recorded passages
• can understand and find simple information in:
• directions, signs, notices and instructions
• posters and advertisements
• timetables
• personal correspondence: postcards
• articles

Speaking
• can make an introduction and use basic greetings and leave-taking
• expressions
• can say what he/she likes and dislikes
• can exchange relevant information and give his/her opinion
• can get simple information about travel and buy tickets
• can give and receive information about quantities, numbers and prices
• can ask and answer questions about themselves and other people, where
• they live, people they know, things they have
• can indicate time by such phrases as next week, last Friday, in November,
• three o’clock

Writing
• can write personal correspondence (postcards)
• can describe plans and arrangements
• can relate personal experiences

 

DESTINATÁRIOS

Público Alvo:

​Toda a comunidade.

 

COMISSÃO CIENTÍFICA

Professora Doutora Orquídea  Ribeiro

 

COMISSÃO ORGANIZADORA

Professora Doutora Orquídea  Ribeiro

Gabinete de Formação da UTAD

 

NÚMERUS CLAUSUS

Vagas previstas: 20
Número mínimo de formandos: 15

 

FORMADORA

Paula Fernandes

 

DURAÇÃO

30h de contacto.

 

NÚMERO DE ECTS

2 ECTS

 

CONDIÇÕES DE FREQUÊNCIA E AVALIAÇÃO

CONDIÇÕES DE FREQUÊNCIA: Os alunos devem frequentar no mínimo 75% das aulas e obter nota mínima de 10 valores, para obter no final do curso um certificado de competências.

CONDIÇÕES DE AVALIAÇÃO: Constituída por um teste escrito ou dois mini-testes escritos, dois testes de audição e uma apresentação oral (os alunos devem produzir e apresentar o trabalho com base nos materiais abordados nas aulas, bem como responder a perguntas colocadas por professores e / ou colegas relacionadas com o mesmo).
A componente de leitura / escrita vale 50%, a componente oral vale 35% e por último a capacidade auditiva 15%.

 

HORÁRIO

Segundas-feiras, das 18:00h às 20:30h.

 

EMOLUMENTO

Público em geral: 85€;

Alunos, ex-alunos, docentes e trabalhadores da UTAD: 65€

 

LOCAL

Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, no edifício das Pedrinhas, Sala 30

 

INSCRIÇÕES

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PERGUNTAS FREQUENTES

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REGRAS DE INSCRIÇÃO

Só serão autorizadas inscrições aos alunos que entreguem os seguintes documentos:

1. Comprovativo de redução do emolumento (caso se aplique);
2. Comprovativo de pagamento original do valor da inscrição (ex: talão de transferência bancária).
O pagamento pode ser efetuado por:

• Cheque à ordem da Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro;
•Transferência Bancária – IBAN PT50 0018 000346205068020 22

Só serão consideradas as inscrições com os dados devidamente preenchidos e entrega de todos os documentos anteriormente mencionados.
Os formandos deverão fazer prova do pagamento devido (ex: talão de transferência bancária).
Para o esclarecimento de qualquer dúvida poderá consultar o Regulamento dos Cursos de Língua Estrangeira disponível na página inicial do GFORM em “DOCUMENTOS PARA DOWNLOAD” ou contactar o Gabinete de Formação (GFORM) através do e-mail xazevedo@utad.pt.

Detalhes

Início:
Outubro 14 @ 18:00
Fim:
18 Janeiro, 2020 @ 20:30
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