Formation Reflex’English – Level 1​

Objectifs pédagogiques

Reflex’English Level 1 est une ressource digitale qui s’adresse aux débutants, mais aussi à ceux qui souhaitent revoir les bases grammaticales et lexicales en anglais. Reflex’English Level 1 permet d’atteindre le niveau A1/A2 du CECRL, il est composé de 24 leçons d’apprentissage et de 6 leçons de test, avec de nombreuses animations de situations, de grammaire et de vocabulaire. Parmi les objectifs de ce niveau : apprendre ou revoir les bases grammaticales et lexicales, comprendre des phrases et expressions usuelles, décrire simplement son environnement, sa situation personnelle et professionnelle, communiquer de façon simple sur des sujets familiers et habituels qui correspondent à des besoins immédiats, se faire comprendre dans des situations simples.

Prérequis

Avoir des notions d’anglais ( test de positionnement à réaliser )

Prérequis technique

• Navigateur web : Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari
• Système d’exploitation : Mac ou PC, smartphone

Temps de formation

40 H

Système d'évaluation

Quizz interactif en ligne avec certification TOEIC

Technologie

• HTML5
• Norme SCORM

Niveau de granularisation

30 Modules comprenant de multiples jeux‐exercices
interactifs et stimulants.

 24 leçons d’apprentissage
 6 leçons de tests

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  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
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  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • 2H de Coaching personnalisé
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  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • 4H de Coaching personnalisé

Commencez à acquérir de nouvelles connaissances et expériences, ensemble !

  • Lesson 1 – Starting out Grammar

    Singular personal subject pronouns
    Plural personal subject pronouns
    To be in simple present: affirmative and contracted form

  • Lesson 02 ‐ Are you English ?

    To be + nationality
    To be from + country
    To come from + country
    Countries / Nationalities

  • Lesson 03 ‐ To be

    To be in the simple present: affirmative contracted form
    To be in the simple present: negative form
    To be + adjectives
    The alphabet
    Countries
    Everyday adjectives

  • Lesson 04 ‐ Or not to be

    To be in the simple present ‐ negative form: contraction of the verb
    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
    The United Kingdom (UK)

  • Lesson 05 ‐ Test Lessons 1 to 4

    • Review and Test of Lessons 1 to 4

  • Lesson 06 ‐ What’s your name?

    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
    Family / Nationalities / Names

  • Lesson 07 ‐ Numbers

    Numbers from 0 to 20, from 20 to 100, after 100
    Hundred, thousand, million
    1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th… 100th
    Particular forms
    Calculations, the four basic operations
    Around numbers
    Around first, second and third
    Indeterminate quantities

  • Lesson 08 ‐ Other numbers

    After 100th, after 1000th
    Fractions
    Decimal point, comma
    Zero, nought, oh
    Percentages / Phone numbers / Years
    Phrases with percentages and fractions

  • Lesson 09 ‐ Days, months and seasons

    Simple present
    To be in the simple past
    Time expressions with this, next, last
    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)

  • Lesson 10 ‐ Test Lessons 6 to 9

    Review and Test of Lessons 6 to 9

  • Lesson 11 ‐ Hello and goodbye

    Good and bad (irregular adjectives)
    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

  • Lesson 12 ‐ My favourite colour

    Regular adjectives: comparative and superlative forms
    Open and closed questions
    Colours
    Around the weather
    Traffic lights in England
    Hair
    2D and 3D Shapes
    Around “other”

  • Lesson 13 ‐ Date of birth

    Asking for someone’s age
    Personal object pronouns
    Writing a date
    “To be” in the simple past and the simple future
    Date of birth
    Prepositions “on, in, at”
    Saying one’s age
    Saying your date of birth
    Numbers, days and months

  • Lesson 14 ‐ The time

    Asking and telling the time
    In and at to specify a moment
    The time: past, to, exact time
    Adjectives used with time phrases
    Just in time + to/for
    Clocks
    Around meals
    Talking about timetables
    Phrases around time

  • Lesson 15 ‐ Test Lessons 11 to 14

    Review and Test of Lessons 11 to 14

  • Lesson 16 ‐ Where is it?

    Asking for and giving directions
    Beginning / middle / end
    Left/right
    Up / down
    Bottom / top
    Addressing someone
    To go + prepositions
    Possessive case
    Shops
    Means of transport
    In a building

  • Lesson 17 ‐ Turn left!

    Asking for and giving directions
    Could
    To tell
    “Which on?” or “On which?”
    Simple present
    Possessive pronouns
    This/these, that/those
    Imperative
    Saying “thank you” and answering

  • Lesson 18 ‐ My home

    • Irregular and regular verbs (GB) ≠ (US)
    • Present perfect and past simple (GB) ≠ (US)
    • Phrases with “to have” or “to take”
    • Phrases with “to have” or “to have got”
    • Different prepositions
    • “Like” or “as
    • Writing dates
    • Giving advice with “had better”
    • Words ending in a vowel + ‐L
    • Spelling differences
    • Completely different words

  • Lesson 19 ‐ Around the house

    Locating things around you
    Making suggestions with “let’s”
    Prepositions of space
    Quantifiers
    Too, also and as well
    Describing the house
    Rooms
    Some common verbs
    Describing size

  • Lesson 20 ‐ Test Lessons 16 to 19

    • Review and Test of Lessons 14 to 19

  • Lesson 21 ‐ Your body

    Body/Senses‐related verbs
    Parts of the body
    The five senses

  • Lesson 22 ‐ Clothes and accessories

    Present participles
    Present continuous
    Clothes and accessories
    Clothing materials
    Parts of the body

  • Lesson 23 ‐ Introducing yourself

    Introducing oneself and others
    Reflexive pronouns
    Imperative with “let me” and “let’s”
    Expressing permission
    Referring to someone
    Family members
    Greetings
    Interviewing
    Meeting people for the first time
    Around “short”

  • Lesson 24 ‐ Talking about your family

    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
    Describing the family
    Interests
    Describing a picture

  • Lesson 25 ‐ Test Lessons 21 to 24

    • Review and Test of Lessons 21 to 24

  • Lesson 26 ‐ Whose dog is it?

    Wh‐ questions
    Possessive pronouns
    Talking about possession
    Irregular plurals
    Possessive case
    Some, any, no
    Animals
    Talking about family and relatives
    To live + prepositions

  • Lesson 27 ‐ What’s your son’s favourite hobby?

    Talking about family and relatives
    Both
    Position of an adjective or an adverb
    Simple present
    Relative pronouns
    The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Hobbies
    Sports
    Around wedding
    “In‐law family” vs. “step family”

  • Lesson 28 ‐ At the grocer’s

    Prepositions « at » and « to »
    Very few, few, a few, quite a few
    All
    Would like
    One, ones
    Shops
    At the grocer’s
    A funny joke
    Around funny

  • Lesson 29 ‐ How many eggs, Madam?

    How much? or How many?
    Quantifiers
    Food and drinks
    At the market
    At the grocer’s
    Phrases for special numbers
    Food quantifiers and containers

  • Lesson 30 ‐ Test Lessons 26 to 29

    Review and Test of Lessons 26 to 29