Students will learn from basic to intermediate vocabulary and structures that will allow them to perform a great variety of functions. They will start talking about present things and they will finish talking about past and future events in a simple way. They will have a first approach to Mexican culture.
Students will be able to express themselves and interact in a simple manner by interchanging information about everyday activities and day-to-day affairs. They will familiarize with basic vocabulary related to personal and family settings.
Students will be able to communicate in simple routine tasks by using basic polite forms of address. They will be able to talk about past events, to interchange information about travels, accommodation, meals, shopping, to express likes and preferences as well as to talk about future actions. They will widen up their vocabulary
Students will increase their vocabulary in order to talk about family, work, routine, travel, neighborhood, personalities, traditions, and Mexican –related issues. They will make a precise use of the different past forms in order to narrate facts and experiences. Furthermore, they will be able to give information about plans through the use of a wider variety of expressions. They will make an oral or written and structured speech characterized by a higher cohesion and consistency.
Students will be able to make fluent and simple descriptions about everyday current issues related to nature, health, and recreational activities. They will consolidate structures learned in previous levels and they will start studying complex structures. They will participate in dialogs and conversations expressing opinions and preferences, agreement and disagreement in objective and subjective ways (using present subjunctive). They will be able to give and follow instructions and to express conditions