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  • Desde: 29/09/20
  • hasta: 22/12/21
  • Campus de Valencia
  • Online

Preinscripción desde el 27/07/20

Promovido por:
Centro de Lenguas

Responsable de la actividad:
Director/a Centro De Lenguas


Presencial Online Emisión en directo

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60 horas*

Martes y Jueves: 18:00-20:30

(*) En esta actividad se realizarán clases a distancia con emisión en directo

Lugar de impartición
Campus Virtual
50% Centro de Lenguas de la UPV. Edificio P 50% ON-LINE. Plataforma TEAMS/POLIFORMAT

Precio Colectivo Plazos Desde Hasta
265,00 € Alumni UPV PLUS o AAA UPV 1 plazo - -
265,00 € Personal UPV 1 plazo - -
265,00 € Alumno UPV 1 plazo - -
265,00 € Familiares de primer y segundo grado (Alumnado, AlumniPLUS y Personal UPV) así como vinculados a la UPV (trabajadores de concesiones, jubilados UPV) que tengan Carnet UPV en vigor 1 plazo - -
265,00 € - Alumni UPV PLUS o AAA UPV
265,00 € - Personal UPV
265,00 € - Alumno UPV
No permitido - Público en general
265,00 € - Familiares de primer y segundo grado (Alumnado, AlumniPLUS y Personal UPV) así como vinculados a la UPV (trabajadores de concesiones, jubilados UPV) que tengan Carnet UPV en vigor


Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

Acción formativa dirigida a

Alumnado UPV, AlumniPlus y Personal UPV.
Familiares de primer y segundo grado ( Alumnado, AlumniPLUS y Personal UPV)
Vinculados a la UPV que tengan Carnet UPV en vigor.


  • David Harry Rhead Técnico Superior

Metodología didáctica

TEACHING METHODS: Two hour and a half sessions, twice a week. The course follows a communicative approach with emphasis on student interaction and real life situations.

ASSESSMENT: Students will be assessed according to their level of interaction in class.

Temas a desarrollar


1. Review of present & present perfect tenses, simple & continuous tenses. Used to/would, auxiliaries, open cloze, thinking about the meaning of a text.

2. Future forms, verbs, adjectives & phrases to express the future, future in the past, cloze, eliminating distractors.

3. Passive, transitive & intransitive, verbs, avoiding the passive, passive causative with get, key word formation, keeping a similar meaning.

4. Modal verbs, modality, past tense modals, negative forms, need & dare, open cloze, making sure the word fits grammatically.

5. Conditionals, cloze, paying attention to details.

6. Inversion, so &such, unreal past, would rather, would prefer & had better, key word transformation, recognizing structures.


1. Personality, eliminating wrong answers, phrasal verbs, collocations &expressions, prepositions.

2. Science &technology, identifying collocations, compound nouns, prepositions, word formation, collocations & expressions.

3. Society & politics, word formation, forming negative words, phrasal verbs, collocations & expressions, word formation.

4. Social communication, dealing with synonymous vocabulary, word formation, phrasal verbs, collocations & expressions.

5. Hopes & dreams, multiple-choice cloze, dealing with words that have similar meanings, phrasal verbs, collocations & expressions, prepositions.

6. Money, multiple-choice cloze, dealing with multiple- choice cloze tests, phrasal verbs, collocations & expressions.


1. Multiple-choice, allowing time to choose the right answer.

2. Multiple matching, identifying themes before listening.

3. Multiple-choice, understanding the attitude of speakers.

4. Multiple-choice, understanding discourse markers.

5. Sentence completion, paraphrasing

6. Multiple matching, considering themes & attitudes.


1. Introducing yourself, talking about yourself, giving personal information.

2. Talking about domestic robots, collaborative task, focusing on the task, initiating discussion, taking turns, inviting your partner to speak.

3. Talking about the environment & inequality, long turn, collecting your thoughts, organizing your thoughts, hesitating/being uncertain, responding to what your partner said.

4. Talking about language & communication, responding naturally, using discourse markers to start off, expressing an afterthought, changing the subject, indication you have no more to say.

5. Talking about personal aspirations, collaborative task, expanding on your answers, evaluating, comparing, speculating, moving the conversation forwards.

6. Talking about money & moral decisions, long turn, sustaining a conversation, keeping discourse going, expressing disapproval, summing up.


1. Essay (1), planning & organizing a discursive essay, planning & using topic sentences, showing cause & effect, giving an example

2. Review (1), understanding the content of a review, using informal language, providing background, liking, disliking, recommending.

3. Article (1), engaging your reader, creating a conversational tone, questions to engage the reader, using imperatives, encouraging involvement.

4. Letter, following letter-writing conventions, contributing to a magazine´s letter page, stating your reason for writing, giving reasons for & discussing benefits of using social media, assessing a future role.

5. Essay (2), analyzing contrasting texts, dealing with all elements of the task, stating your opinion, emphasizing & concluding.

6. Essay (3), choosing between two topics, writing an effective essay, introducing your topic, changing topic, presenting arguments.











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