INGLêS MóBILE – PROGRAMAS
M-2
Themes Grammar structures
Places in a city
Daily routine
School subjects
Different activities we can do
Food and drinks
Sports and games
Timeline of people’s lives
Places and weather
Stores and shopping
Festivals and Celebrations
Present Simple (there is/are)
Present Simple (affirmative)
Present Simple (negative)
Present Progressive
Present Progressive vs. Present Simple
Countables and Uncountables
Modals (can / have to)
Past Simple (to be)
Past Simple (regular verbs)
Comparison and Superlatives
Future Simple
Future (be going to)
M-3
Themes Projects 
Landscapes
Natural features
Food and cooking
Farming
Communities and Technology
“Food For Thought”
How does what we eat come to our table?
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
How to collect and interpret data
How to expose their ideas
How to do an oral presentation
Writing a paragraph
Scientific Poster
Grammar structures
Review of Present Simple
Articles (a, an and zero)
Review of Present Progresssive
Review of Present Progressive vs. Present Simple
Review of Past Simple
Past Simple (irregular verbs)
Past Progressive
Adjectives and Prepositions
M-4
Themes Projects
Human body
Sports and equipment
Jobs and workplaces
Movies and TV shows
Inventions and materials
Dancing
Learning a motor skill
“Motor skills showcase”
How can we learn new things?
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
Developing metacognition
How to do perform in public
Video interview
Journal (log and personal account)
Grammar structures
Zero and First Conditional
Should
Must / Have to
Present Perfect
Present Perfect (ever and never)
Present Perfect (already, yet, just)
Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
Relatives clauses
Review of Comparison
Review of Superlatives
Passive (Present and Past)
M-5
Themes Project
Travel items
Music and music events
People you know
How we use our senses
Storytelling
Horror
Fear
But really, what is fear?
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
To recognize and analyze tools used by writers and creators of different forms of art and media to bring about fear. Short Story
Storytelling
E-book
Grammar structures
Review of Past Progressive vs. Past Simple
Review of Present Perfect
Review of Future forms
Gerunds and Infinitives
Comparison (adverbs)
Superlatives (adverbs)
First Conditional (if/unless)
Second Conditional
Passives (Review plus Future)
(In order) to / So (that)
M-6
Themes Projects
Shopping habits
Tradition and change
Working in the media
Different schools
Changing fashions
Beauty concepts
Aesthetics
Arguing ideas
What is beautiful?
Reflecting on aesthetics
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
How to approach an issue from different angles
How to expose their opinion argumentatively
Instagram stories
Grammar structures
Modals (possibility)
Used to
Past Perfect
Reported Speech
Reported requests
Reflexive pronouns
So / Such
Modals in the past
Past Perfect Progressive
M-7
Themes Project
Changes
Dreams and aspirations
The consequences of our decisions
Music, movies and museums
Attitudes
Behaviours in different countries
Vacation
News and gossips
Optimism and pessimism
Foreign cities and countries
Fears and obstacles
How can poetry speak to people?
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
Increase awareness of poetic language.
Use active-listening skills to relate their feelings and thought to the world and words outside them.
Poetry
Grammar structures
Conjunctions for purpose and reason
Modals: Past Ability; Obligation, Permission and Advice [review]

Word order for objects and phrasal verbs
Negative Questions
Relative Clauses
Indirect Questions
Be and Get Used to
Reported Speech
Reporting Patterns with the infinitive and base form
Future Tense: Will, Going to and Present Continuous
Future Perfect

M-8
Themes Projects
Poverty and migration
Discrimination
Stereotypes
Memories
Creativity
Trends
Public speaking
Personality
Plans and resolutions
Books and movies
Language
Hoaxes and conspiracies
A world of opportunities
Is the world you see the real world?
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
To raise awareness on other people’s cultures.
To develop written and oral skills that make it possible to report cultural findings without stereotypes or judgment.
Essay
Grammar structures
Subject-verb agreement
Perfect tenses (review)
So / such (so many / so few, etc)
Participle clauses
Emphatic inversions
Formal relative clauses with which / whom
Formal conjunctions and prepositions
Nouns, pronouns, adjectives + -ing form
Adverb clauses of condition
Emphasis wirth auxiliaries
Third conditional
M-9
Themes Project
Parenting
Thinking outside the box
Bringing people together
Kindness to strangers
Making lists
The news
News sources
Sci-fi and the space
Distopias
Urbans issues
Flawed arguments
Urban problems
“How can we make our city better?”
General skills Literary genre and communicative media
How to solve problems in the real world
How to develop solutions together
Speech (Debate)
Grammar structures
Quantifiers
Get used to x Used to
Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases
Review of Comparatives
Linkers (contrast)
Review of Conditionals
Mixed conditionals
Review of Reported Speech
Modals (speculation)
Linkers (cause/effect)
M-Global
Themes Project
Arts and Crafts
Cultural Agenda
Dance
Movies
Music
Photography
Theatre
Diversity
Global Issues (Human Rights)
International Events
Travel
Biology and Medicine
Computer and Videogames
Information Technology
Social media
Urbanism
Behaviour
Food and eating
Fashion
Health
Hobbies
Sports
Our student’s blog
Literary genre and communicative media
Article
Essay
Review
Report
Podcast
Videocast
General skills
Researching, analysing and producing information about various themes.
Grammar structures
Review of Adverbs
Review of Conditionals
Linkers: Review and Expansion
Modals: Review and Expansion
Be going to in the Past
Phrasal verbs