CLIL y Marco Europeo

     En nuestro centro procuramos que los contenidos CLIL de las áreas lingüísticas y no lingüísticas en L2 Inglés se acomoden, dentro de lo posible, a los siguientes requerimientos lingüísticos para cada nivel:

A.2 (Usuario Básico: Elemental)


Simple Present (Habits and Routines) Need to (semi-modal) Prepositions: on, in, at, over, under, below, above, around, next to (…) for descriptive language and picture description
Present Continuous (Action in progress & plans) Can (possibility & permission) Means of transport: by plane, by train, by car, on foot.
Simple Future (predictions & wishes) Should (advice) Definite article: the
Be going to (intention) Have to (obligation) On + weekdays: on Tuesday
Simple Past (Past Events) Do/does/did/are/is/have/has/will for interrogative word-order In + part of the day: In the morning
Conditional Type 1 (Present + Future) Must: obligation Quantifiers: some, any, much, many, lots of, a lot of, loads of
Present Perfect (past with a result in the present)   Comparative of inferiority: less than, not so as, not as as
Conditional (hypothetical meaning)   Comparative of superiority: more/er than
    Comparative of equality: as  as
    Catenative verbs: forget to, want to
    Inifinitive of purpose (finality)
    Coordinating conjunctions: and, or, but
    Subordinating conjunctions: when (time-clauses)
    Existential there: there is/are/was/were

B.1 (Usuario Intermedio)


Conditional Type 1 (If/unless) Couldn’t vs. wasn’t able to By myself/on my own: manner
Reported speech: affirmative (present simple, past simple) Can (present) vs be able to (future and present perfect) Everyone + singular (concord)

All of us + plural (concord)

Reported speech: interrogative (whether, if, declarative word order: yes-no questions) All modals learnt for A.2 (independent user) Comparative: superiority, inferiority, equality
Reported speech: suggestions   Set phrase: the same as
Present Perfect + never   Tool & purpose: for + ing, to + infinitive
Present Perfect + since/for   Passive voice (present simple and past simple)
Relative clauses: who, that, which (defining)   Passive into active, active into passive
Simple past + last year/last week/ago   Too + adjective

Adjective + enough

Enough + noun

So + modal + personal pronoun   Word formation: ed/ing adjectives
Neither + modal + personal pronoun   Irregular verbs: simple past and past participle
Past Perfect with regular and common irregular verbs (read, written, gone)   Linking words: not only…but also

As well as

Answers about the past simple with short forms: Yes, she did.   Set phrases: be good at.
    Likes and dislikes: like, dislike, be keen on, be fond of.
    So + adjective/adverb

Such + (a/an)+ adjective + noun

    Preposition + ing: without thinking
    Passive phrases: be disallowed to, be not allowed to, be forbidden to.
    Lend vs borrow
    Prices: how much….cost? how much….is it?
    Find something easy to do

Make something difficult to do


B.2 (Usuario Intermedio-Alto)

Simple passive (perfective tenses)
Relative clauses (defining & non-defining)
Modals and phrases used to express possibility and uncertainty may, might, I’m not sure
Present perfect continuous tense
Reported speech
Second and third conditionals
Used to
Modals and phrases used to give advice and make suggestions, e.g. should/ought to, could, you’d better
Discourse connectors because of, due to
Past perfect tense

Linking expressions, e.g. even though, in spite of, although