A1 Beginner 80 Hours

This is a special course aimed at Spanish native speakers consisting of 80 classes covering the A1 beginners curriculum. The classes are focused on PPT presentations with mixed authentic material but some come with Spanish translations and oral explanations. Many lessons have printouts so you have a record of the phrases and vocabulary used. Some students prefer to have translations when starting their language journey.

The classes are:
1. Four units of 20 hours each. Just book packages of 5 lessons at a time to give more flexibility.
2. Power point presentation and mixed medium, articles, images, videos, graphics etc.
3. Available for students from any country of any language but without the translations.
4. Homework or assignments (optional). I highly recommend students do the
assignments as you need to repeat and recycle to be able to remember.
5. Involves speaking, listening, reading, grammar, pronunciation correction and building
vocabulary.
6. For over 18 years old.
7. Please use a laptop and take notes during the class. Using a mobile restricts the
effectiveness of the presentations as well how the messaging system works between teacher and student.
8. These classes are taught on ZOOM.

Here is the A1 course structure Part 1  20 hours

GREETINGS
Welcome
Language structure
notes: the art of learning

ARTICLES
Articles (a, an, the)

PRESENT SIMPLE
Present simple (to be) Part 1
Present simple (to be) Part 2

MOST FREQUENT WORD LIST A1 LEVEL
Most frequent 520 word list
Most frequent verb list

CONJUNCTIONS
Conjunctions “and, but, for, or, yet, so
however, between”

 PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name age gender
Greetings
Date of birth and birth sign
Nationality ethnic background country of origin
Profession jobs studies

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES, POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
Possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns

THE FAMILY
Marital status
Family relations

NUMBERS
Numbers 1 – 100
Numbers 101 – 1,000,000
The fives

NEGATIVES “ VERB TO BE TO DO”
Not 
Is not  (isn’t) are not (aren’t)
Do not (don’t) does not (doesn’t)
Reading practice negatives

ASKING SIMPLE QUESTIONS
Using “to be”
Using “to do”
How

TIME
Time

ADJECTIVES AND DESCRIBING PEOPLE
Adjectives and describing people

DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES
Demonstrative adjectives, demonstrative pronouns

24 COMMON ENGLISH VERBS
Have, take, make, want

PRESENT SIMPLE CONTINUOUS
Using ING

DAILY ROUTINES
Daily routines 1
Daily routines 2

 

beach hat stroke

CLOTHING (Vocabulary and description basics)
Clothing 1 (vocabulary and basic descriptions)
Clothing 2 (vocabulary and basic descriptions)

AT THE SHOPS
At the shops 1   At the shops 2   At the shops 3

IN THE KITCHEN
In the kitchen 1
In the kitchen 2

ADJECTIVES AND DESCRIBING PLACES
Adjectives and describing places

SOME, A FEW, A LOT OF, LOTS OF
Some, a few, a lot of, lots of

EATING OUT AT RESTAURANTS
Some, a few, a lot of, lots of

DAYS MONTHS SEASONS
Days months seasons

ASKING QUESTIONS
what why when where who which

COLOURS
Basic colours with examples

THE BEACH TRIP
Beach trip role play

FOOD VOCABULARY
Meats and poultry
Vegetables and fruits
Desserts

WEATHER
Weather vocabulary
Weather expressions

GOING TO
Using the “going to” form

HOW MUCH and HOW MANY
Using “how much and how many”

A1 Part 1 REVISION
Revision of Part 1
Reading analysis

Grammar A1 Part

  • Articles (a, an, the)
  • Present simple tense
  • Conjunctions and joining sentences
  • Possessive adjectives and pronouns
  • Negatives using the verb to be and do”
  •  Not, Is not  (isn’t) are not (aren’t)
  • Do not (don’t) does not (doesn’t)
  • Asking simple questions using “to be”
    “to do” “how.
  • Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns
  • Some, a few, a lot of, lots of
  • Going to
  • There is, there are

 

 

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