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Apprendre l'Anglais

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80 heures
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Représentation de la formation : Apprendre l'Anglais
Formation créée le 15/01/2021. Dernière mise à jour le 17/02/2021

Programme de la formation

Il s'agit d'une méthode interactive d’apprentissage de l’anglais qui offre tous les moyens indispensables pour acquérir ou réviser les bases de l’anglais. L'apprentissage est axé sur les situations de la vie courante qui servent de prétexte pour introduire le vocabulaire, les fonctions et les constructions grammaticales de la langue. Il est composé de leçons d’apprentissage et de leçons de test, avec de nombreuses animations de situations, de grammaire et de vocabulaire. Parmi les sujets abordés : Se présenter - Se renseigner - Se déplacer - Se loger - Se nourrir - Se divertir - A la banque - A la poste - A l'hôtel - A la pharmacie - Au téléphone - Au restaurant - Au magasin - En voyage...

Objectifs de la formation

  • Être en mesure de s’exprimer et se faire comprendre de façon claire et détaillée
  • Connaître la grammaire et maîtriser le vocabulaire
  • Être capable de communiquer et produire un discours cohérent
  • Être capable d’interaction dans un contexte professionnel particulier
  • Interpréter et comprendre le contenu essentiel de sujets concrets ou abstraits dans un texte ou une conversation
  • Comprendre une grande gamme de textes longs et exigeants ainsi que saisir des significations implicites
  • Pouvoir utliser la langue de façon efficace et souple dans sa vie sociale académique ou professionnelle
  • Pouvoir s'exprimer sur des sujets complexes de façon claire et bien structurée
  • Manifester son controle des outils d'organisation d'articulation et de cohésion du discours

Profil des bénéficiaires

Pour qui
  • Tout public
Pré-requis
  • Aucun

Contenu de la formation

  • Partie 1
    • • Saying hello and goodbye / Bonjour – au revoir • Introducing yourself / Se présenter • Asking about names and nationalities / Prénom, nom, nationalité – questions • Talking about where you live / Où habitez-vous ? • Talking about what languages you speak / Quelles langues parlez-vous ? • Numbers from 0 to 10 / Nombres de 0 à 10 • Personal pronouns / Pronoms personnels • Yesandno/Ouietnon • Basic questions / Questions simples • In case of an emergency / En cas d’urgence • Hello and goodbye / Bonjour et au revoir
    • • Asking about people and things / Questions à propos des personnes et des objets • Asking about jobs and nationalities / Questions à propos des métiers et des nationalités • Accepting proposals / Accepter des propositions • Positive and negative statements / Phrases affirmatives et négatives • Definite and indefinte pronouns the/a / Les articles défini et indéfini the/a • Your family and you / Votre famille et vous • Your home / Votre maison Plans / Projets • Interests / Centres d’intérêt • Education and occupation / Education et métier
    • • Means of transport / Moyens de transport • Shops and public places / Magasins et lieux publics Asking about directions / Demander son chemin • Answers to questions about place with this/that / Répondre aux questions sur le lieu avec this/that • Questions with do/does and have/has got / Questions avec do/does et have/has got • City transport (bus / coach, underground, taxi) / Transports en commun (bus, métro, taxi) • Train / Train • Car (petrol station, breakdown, accident) / Voiture (station- service, panne, accident) • On the border / A la frontière • Plane / Avion
    • • A meal in a restaurant / Un repas au restaurant Cooking / Cuisiner • Future tense expressions with will / Le futur avec will • Describing amounts using some and any / La quantité avec some et any • Cardinal and ordinal numerals / Les nombres cardinaux et ordinaux • Personal and possessive pronouns / Pronoms personnels et possessifs • Before you order / Avant la commande • Ordering your meal / Passer commande • Ordering drinks and desserts / Commander les boissons et les desserts • Conversations / Conversations • Complaints / Réclamations
    • • Describing people / Décrire les gens • Talking about jobs / Parler des métiers • Talking about nationalities / Parler des nationalités • Shops and public places / Magasins et lieux publics • How to prepare a meal / Comment préparer un plat • Getting information via the telephone / Se renseigner via le telephone • Hotel reservation / Réservation d’hôtel • Calling a taxi / Appeler un taxi • Emergency phone calls: Police, Ambulance / Appels d’urgence : Police, Ambulance
    • • Talking about plans and needs / Parler des projets et des besoins • Advice, orders, proposals and protests / Conseils, ordres, propositions et protestations • Expressing interest using questions / Exprimer son intérêt à l’aide de questions • Money exchange, cashing cheques / Changer de l’argent, encaisser des chèques • Cardinal and ordinal numbers / Nombres cardinaux et ordinaux • Dates, meetings, events / Dates, réunions, événements • Money / Argent • Cheques, credit cards / Chèques, cartes de crédit • Money exchange / Change • Letters, postcards and other mail / Lettres, cartes postales et autres courriers • Telephone / Téléphone
    • • Journey / Voyage • Getting information in a hotel / Se renseigner à l’hôtel • Room reservation / Réserver une chambre • Describing people and things / Description des personnes et des objets • Complaints and questions about the room service / Réclamations et plaintes • Present Perfect tense / le Present perfect • Looking for accommodation / A la recherche d’un logement • Hotel / Hôtel • Youth hostel / Auberge de jeunesse • Camping / Camping • Getting information about the area / S’informer sur la région
    • • Shopping / Achats • Asking for the price / Demander le prix • Days of the week / Les jours de la semaine • Health / Santé • Making an appointment / Prendre rendez-vous • Expressing preferences / Exprimer ses préférences • Asking for the time / Demander l’heure • Past Simple and Present Perfect / Passé simple et Present perfect • At the chemist’s / A la pharmacie • Services (photographer, hairdresser) / Services (photographe, coiffeur) • Clothes, shoes and accessories / Vêtements, chaussures et accessoires • At the newsagent’s / Chez le marchand de journaux • Food / Nourriture • At the supermarket / Au supermarché
    • • Planing a trip and making reservations / Planifier un voyage et effectuer des réservations • Getting information in a tourist office / Obtenir des informations à l’office du tourisme • Expressing wishes / Exprimer ses souhaits • Describing plans and intentions / Décrire ses projets et intentions • Negative statements / Phrases négatives • Time expressions / Expressions temporelles • Criticising / Critiquer • Describing past event / Décrire des événements du passé • Past Simple tense / Le Past Simple • Television / Télévision • On the beach / A la plage • In the city / En ville • Parlour games / Jeux de société • Summer holidays / Vacances d’été • Winter holidays / Vacances d’hiver • Cinema and theatre / Cinéma et théâtre
    • • Talking about yourself and the others / Parler de soi-même et des autres • Shopping / Achats • Hotel / A l’hôtel • Questions and answers / Questions et réponses Time expressions / Expressions temporelles • Describing a sequence of actions / Décrire une suite d’actions • Dates / Dates • Time expressions: the past / Expressions temporelles : le passé • Time expressions: the present / Expressions temporelles : le présent • Time expressions: the future / Expressions temporelles : le futur Asking the time / Demander l’heure • Days of the week, seasons / Jours de la semaine, saisons • Holidays / Jours fériés et fêtes
  • Partie 2
    • Grammar • Singular personal subject pronouns • Plural personal subject pronouns • To be in simple present: affirmative and contracted form
    • • To be + nationality • To be from + country • To come from + country • Nationalities
    • Grammar • Countries • Nationalities • To be in the simple present: affirmative contracted form • To be in the simple present: negative form • To be + adjectives Vocabulary • The alphabet • Countries • Everyday adjectives
    • To be in the simple present – negative form: contraction of the verb Simple present To be in the simple past Time expressions with this, next, last • To be in the simple present – negative form: contraction of not • To be in the simple present: interrogative form • To be from: country/city of origin Vocabulary • The United Kingdom (UK) – Le Royaume-Uni
    • Grammar • Possessive adjectives • Questions with what • Asking for someone’s name • Giving one’s name • Asking questions • Negative sentences in the simple present • To have got in the simple present • Simple present: negative and interrogative forms
    • Grammar • Numbers from 0 to 20, from 20 to 100, after 100 • Hundred, thousand, million • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th... 100th • Particular forms Vocabulary • Calculations, the four basic operations • Around numbers • Around first, second and third • Indeterminate quantities
    • Grammar • After 100th, after 1000th • Fractions • Decimal point, comma • Zero, nought, oh • Percentages • Phone numbers • Years Vocabulary • Phrases with percentages and fractions
    • Simple present To be in the simple past Time expressions with this, next, last Vocabulary • Days of the week, months of the year, seasons • Phrases with work and day • Around time • Around “to begin” and “to end” • Temperatures (weather) • Some important dates in the year (Christmas, Easter)
    • Grammar • Good and bad (irregular adjectives) Vocabulary • Greetings at different times • Saying « hello »: first greetings, friendly greetings, formal greetings, polite greetings • Saying « goodbye »: informal goodbyes, polite goodbyes • Around soon and late • Around please and nice • Around friend and fine
    • Grammar • Introducing someone • “To have got” in the simple present • Adjectives ending with «-ed» or «-ing» • • Short and long adjectives • Comparative and superlative • Prepositions of place
  • Partie 3
    • Lesson 1 - Spelling • • Lesson 2 - The verb to be • • Lesson 3 - Have / Have got • • Lesson 4 - Personal pronouns • • Lesson 5 - The auxiliary do / does • • Lesson 6 - Plurals • • Lesson 7 - There is / there are • • Lesson 8 - Simple present tense • • Lesson 9 - Present continuous tense • • Lesson 10 - Simple past tense • • Lesson 11 - Going to • • Lesson 12 - Simple future with will • • Lesson 13 - Present perfect tense • Lesson 14 - Wh- questions • • Lesson 15 - Possessive adjectives and pronouns • • Lesson 16 - Reflexive and emphatic pronouns • • Lesson 17 - Prepositions (time, place, means) • • Lesson 18 - Supposed to, would rather, had better • • Lesson 19 - Use your senses • • Lesson 20 - Adjectives, comparatives and superlatives
    • Lesson 1 - Word order Lesson 2 - Active and state verbs Lesson 3 - Talking about events in the future Lesson 4 - Other ways of expressing the future Lesson 5 - Affixes: prefixes and suffixes Lesson 6 - Conditional conjunctions Lesson 7 - Transitive and intransitive verbs Lesson 8 - Inversion with negative adverbials Lesson 9 - Expressions with 'used to' Lesson 10 - Past perfect simple and continuous Lesson 11 - The future in the past Lesson 12 - Adjectives, nouns and verbs followed by prepositions Lesson 13 - Participle clauses Lesson 14 - Emphatic cleft sentences Lesson 15 - Advanced passive structures Lesson 16 - Modal verbs in the past Lesson 17 - Verbs followed by infinitives or gerunds Lesson 18 - Gradable and non-gradable adjectives Lesson 19 - Formal subjunctive • Lesson 20 - Phrasal verbs
    • Lesson 1 - The future using present simple and continuous • Lesson 2 - The future using going to, will and present perfect • Lesson 3 - Past continuous vs. simple past • Lesson 4 - Past perfect - Formation and use • Lesson 5 - Present perfect continuous - Formation and use • Lesson 6 - Future continuous • Lesson 7 - Expressions with 'used to' and 'would' • Lesson 8 - 1st, 2nd and 3rd conditionals • Lesson 9 - Reported speech • Lesson 10 - Wishes in the present • Lesson 11 - Wishes in the past • Lesson 12 - The passive voice • Lesson 13 - Have done - Make do • Lesson 14 - Modals • Lesson 15 - Defining relative clauses • Lesson 16 - Non-defining relative clauses • Lesson 17 - Object and subject questions • Lesson 18 - Question tags • Lesson 19 - Adjectives ending in ED or ING • Lesson 20 - Multiple adjectives: word order
    • Lesson 1 - The family • Lesson 2 - Numbers • Lesson 3 - Age • Lesson 4 - Colours and shapes • Lesson 5 - Countries, nationalities and languages • Lesson 6 - Jobs and activities • Lesson 7 - Transport • Lesson 8 - Days and months • Lesson 9 - Weather and seasons • Lesson 10 - Telling the time • Lesson 11 - The body • Lesson 12 - Clothes and accessories • Lesson 13 - Describing people • Lesson 14 - Describing things • Lesson 15 - House and furniture • Lesson 16 - Sports • Lesson 17 - Hobbies and leisure time • Lesson 18 - Food and drink • Lesson 19 - At school • Lesson 20 - Animals
    • Lesson 1 - Talking about money • Lesson 2 - People and customs • Lesson 3 - Business and the Economy • Lesson 4 - Industry, machines and technology • Lesson 5 - Idioms and expressions • Lesson 6 - Commercial correspondence • Lesson 7 - Job search • Lesson 8 - Writing CVs and cover letters • Lesson 9 - Dealing with a job interview • Lesson 10 - Agriculture • Lesson 11 - Synonyms and antonyms • Lesson 12 - False friends and anglicisms • Lesson 13 - Abbreviations, acronyms and eponyms • Lesson 14 - The Media • Lesson 15 - Ecology • Lesson 16 - Energy • Lesson 17 - Criminality • Lesson 18 - Justice and law • Lesson 19 - Travelling around Britain and Ireland • Lesson 20 - Travelling around the USA and Canada
    • Lesson 1 - Countries and symbols • Lesson 2 - Materials • Lesson 3 - Nature • Lesson 4 - Shops • Lesson 5 - In the city • Lesson 6 - Urban vs. rural life • Lesson 7 - Tourism • Lesson 8 - Computer science • Lesson 9 - Cooking • Lesson 10 - Expressing quantities • Lesson 11 - At the restaurant • Lesson 12 - At the hotel • Lesson 13 - On the phone • Lesson 14 - Feelings and emotions • Lesson 15 - Health and illness • Lesson 16 - Five senses • Lesson 17 - At the doctor's • Lesson 18 - The Arts • Lesson 19 - The Earth • Lesson 20 - Astrology and the Solar System
  • Partie 4
    • Lesson 01 - Nice to meet you Vocabulary: Structure of a company Listening: Introducing yourself Greeting / Asking for information / Giving information / Coping with directions Comprehension: At the reception Lesson 02 - On the phone Vocabulary: Telephone / Giving /asking for information / Using the phone Listening: Listening for specific information Lesson 03 - Presentations and meetings Vocabulary: Presentations Meetings Reading: Making a presentation Taking part in a meeting / Understanding and intervening Illustrating Lesson 04 - Computer Vocabulary: Computers / Words connected with Internet, computers and NTIC Listening: Listening for specific information / Understanding and analysing information
    • Lesson 05 - E-mails, letters and faxes Vocabulary: E-mail, letter and fax phrases Reading: E-mail, letter and fax Useful expressions / Writing and sending an e-mail Writing a letter, a fax Lesson 06 - Applying for a job Vocabulary: Talking about jobs Job description Writing: Writing a CV Reading: Useful expressions Letter of application Listening: Listening for specific information Lesson 07 - Test Part 1 Vocabulary: Welcome / Phone /Meeting / Computer / Business letter / Jobs
    • Lesson 08 - Welcome Reading: Meeting / Greeting and introducing / Asking and giving directions Vocabulary: Company structure / Finding your way around the office Listening: Listening for specific information Lesson 09 - Could I speak to...? Vocabulary: Getting through / Calling back later / Taking or leaving a message / Coping on the phone Listening: Listening for specific information Lesson 10 - Chairing a meeting Vocabulary: Meetings Reading: Preparing a meeting Chairing a meeting
    • Lesson 11 - Attending a meeting Vocabulary: Presentations Audio-visual aid / Meetings Reading: Expressions for effective meetings / Taking part in a meeting /Understanding and intervening Lesson 12 - About negotiating Reading: Proposing Arguing / Taking a decision, reaching an agreement, convincing Vocabulary: Negotiation idioms Listening: Listening for specific information / Active listening to others Lesson 13 - Business letter Vocabulary: Email / Email phrases Reading: Business letter Writing: Opening and closing lines in a business letter Lesson 14 - Reporting Reading and writing: Memos Official reports / Meeting reports Vocabulary: Reports Speaking: Useful expressions
    • Lesson 15 - Understanding professional documents Reading: Reading specific documents / Understanding / Analysing Vocabulary: Airline procedures / IT procedures Lesson 16 - Understanding specific documents Reading: Reading IT documents / Understanding / Analysing Vocabulary: IT procedures / IT and Management projects Lesson 17 - Get that job! Vocabulary: Applying for a job Reading: Job search methods / Reading a CV Writing: Writing a letter of application Listening: Listening for specific information / Job interviews
    • Lesson 18 - Analysing, enquiring, understanding Reading: Reading specific documents / Understanding / Analysing Listening: Listening for specific information Vocabulary: Enquiring / Complaining Lesson 19 – Test Part 2 Vocabulary: Welcome / Phone / Meeting / Negotiation / Business letter / Report / Jobs
Suivi de l'exécution et évaluation des résultats
  • Feuilles de présence.
  • Questions écrites (QCM).
  • Formulaires d'évaluation de la formation.
Ressources techniques et pédagogiques
  • Accueil des stagiaires sur notre plateforme elearning.
  • Documents supports de formation projetés.
  • Exposés théoriques
  • Etude de cas concrets
  • Quiz en ligne
  • Mise à disposition en ligne de documents supports à la suite de la formation.
  • Vidéos

Modalité de certifications

Résultats attendus à l'issue de la formation
  • TOEIC
Modalité d'obtention
  • Délivrance d'une attestation

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