Formation Reflex’English – Level 3

Objectifs pédagogiques

Reflex’English Level 3 s’adresse aux apprenants ayant validé les compétences du niveau intermédiaire. Il est également recommandé pour ceux qui souhaitent réviser ou consolider les connaissances abordées en niveau Level 2.

Reflex’English Level 3 permet d’atteindre le niveau C1/C2 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 : tenir une conversation simple sur des sujets liés au travail, à l’école, aux loisirs, faire face à des situations au cours d’un voyage dans un pays anglophone, s’exprimer à l’oral et à l’écrit de manière simple sur ses expériences et ses ambitions, formuler de courtes explications ou justifications relatives à un projet ou une opinion.

Prérequis

Avoir le niveau Reflex’English Level 2

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

Certification à la clé

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

A partir de

Pack Basic

  • 90 jours d'accès à la plateforme
  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • Coaching personnalisé

Pack Essentiel

  • 90 jours d'accès à la plateforme
  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • 2H de Coaching personnalisé
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  • 90 jours d'accès à la plateforme
  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • 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 01 – Chatting with people living in France: Janice

    Asking for permission
    Polite requests
    The past tenses
    Since, for, ago
    Types of conditionals Mixed conditionals
    Review of pre-intermediate Level Chatting with Janice
    Northern Irish food
    About Northern Ireland
    Northern Ireland in the
    20th century in short
    Passive forms
    « Used to » or « did not use to »
    Tense review
    Complaining about a damaged product
    How to write an effective letter of complaint
    Useful sentences and vocabulary in complaints
    Phrases with “up to”
    Around “to pick up”

  • Lesson 02 – Chatting with people living in France: Greg

    Present simple
    Simple past and past continuous
    Describing a sequence of events
    I, me, myself
    Adjectives followed by prepositions
    Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
    Too and enough
    Question tags

    Review of pre-
    intermediate Level

    Chatting with Greg
    Weather and climate
    The climate in the USA
    English as a global language

  • Lesson 03 – Chatting with people living in France: Mark

    Adverbs: manner, place,
    time, frequency
    Verbs followed by prepositions
    Prefixes and suffixes
    Present continuous
    Verbs of preference followed
    by verbs + -ing or to + infinitive
    Present perfect simple
    Present perfect continuous
    Review of pre-intermediate Level
    Chatting with Mark
    British cuisine

  • Lesson 04 – Whatever you say!

    Ever and compounds
    Emphasizing interrogative pronouns
    Imperatives and negative imperatives
    Verbs followed by gerunds or
    infinitives

    Review of pre-
    intermediate Level

    Illegal behaviour
    About punctuality
    Uncontrolled movements

  • Lesson 05 – Test Lessons 1 to 4

    Review and Test of Lessons 1 to 4

  • Lesson 06 – Writting a letter of complaint

    Passive forms
    « Used to » or « did not use to »
    Tense review
    Complaining about a damaged product
    How to write an effective letter of complaint
    Useful sentences and vocabulary in complaints
    Phrases with “up to”
    Around “to pick up”

  • Lesson 07 – Receiving a letter of complaint

    Either, or, neither, nor, not either
    Around “so far”
    Contractions
    Imperatives with question tags
    To remember vs. to remind
    Still, already, yet, etc.
    Tense review

    Letter of complaint
    Around “disappointment”
    Around “to get”
    Talking about responsibility
    Around “bills”
    From maker to user

  • Lesson 08 – Pronunciation : stress and linking

    Stress
    Word stress: one-syllable words
    Word stress: two-syllable adjectives, nouns and verbs
    Word stress: three-syllable words and over
    Word stress: use of prefixes and suffixes
    Linking
    Linking words
    Variability of English pronunciation

  • Lesson 09 – Togue twisters: around phonetics and pronunciation

    The 20 vowel sounds and 24 consonant sounds
    Pronouncing the “th” letter group
    Pronouncing the short and long “i” sounds
    Pronouncing the “s”, “ch”, “tch”, “je”, “dje” sounds
    Pronouncing the letter R or not
    Pronouncing the letters W, V and F
    Pronouncing the « ough » and « augh » letter groups
    Tongue twisters

  • Lesson 10 – Test Lessons 6 to 9

    Review and Test of Lessons 6 to 9

  • Lesson 11 – Travelling through a phonetic labyrinth

    Travelling through a phonetic labyrinth
    Literacy devices, figures of speech
    Travel: at the airport
    Around poems and poetry

  • Lesson 12 – Let’s speak fast! – Part 1

    Connected speech in English
    Stress placement in a sentence
    Changes in pronunciation: contractions, elisions, assimilations,
    coalescences

  • Lesson 13 – Let’s speak fast! – Part 2

    Connected speech in English
    Changes in pronunciation: weak forms, linking

  • Lesson 14 – Let’s speak fast! – Part 3

    Fast speech
    Around “over”
    Pronunciation of -ed endings
    Around “word”
    Around “yard”

  • Lesson 15 – Test Lessons 11 to 14

    Review and Test of Lessons 11 to 14

  • Lesson 16 – Home conversation

    Filler words
    Must or have to: to express obligation
    Sense verbs
    Sense verbs: active or state verbs?
    Double comparative in idioms
    Phrasal verbs: to put
    Phrasal verbs: to get
    Ellipses
    Situational ellipses
    Textual ellipses
    Ellipses and substitutions
    Home conversation

  • Lesson 17 – Christmas Pudding – a British tradition

    Some phrasal verbs: to cut, to stand, to turn
    Imperatives: DOs and DON’Ts
    Christmas Pudding
    Weight measures
    Weights in cooking
    Liquid measures (volume)
    Liquid measures in cooking
    Measuring objects
    Dried grapes
    Cooking verbs

  • Lesson 18 – I’ll be at the beach hut

    Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
    Sense verbs
    Structures followed by to-infinitives, bare infinitives and -ing forms
    The present continuous infinitive, the perfect infinitive, the perfect
    continuous infinitive
    Choosing the correct relative pronoun
    Who or whom with prepositions?
    Some phrasal verbs: to keep, to go
    Talking about the future
    Passive forms
    Holidays in Israel
    Travelling
    Alone, by myself, on my own
    Around “to lie”
    Weather conditions: useful adjectives
    To have + adjective + time

  • Lesson 19 – Seeing is believing

    “Used to” to express a past habit
    “Would” to express the past
    Defining relative clauses
    Non-defining relative clauses
    Must have + past participle
    Still and anymore
    Ever
    Beliefs
    Famous make-believe characters
    Some noises humans make
    Around “to believe”, “to happen”, “to swear”
    Around “mill”
    Beliefs and superstitions in Scotland

  • Lesson 20 – Test Lessons 16 to 19

    Review and Test of Lessons 14 to 19

  • Lesson 21 – On the roads of the United Kingdom

    Asking for and giving directions: useful sentences
    The imperative to give directions
    Driving in the UK
    Around cars: glossary
    Driving glossary
    Phrases related to driving and manoeuvres
    Pedestrian crossings in the UK
    Asking for and giving directions
    Some road signs in the UK

  • Lesson 22 – The driving test

    Here, there, over here, over there
    One, ones
    Phrasal verb “to run”
    To get in or to get on a vehicle
    Will for immediate intention
    Closed questions, short answers
    Some verbs with “over”
    Phrasal verbs with “away”
    Emphatic imperative
    Taking the driving test in the UK
    Road lane markings in the UK
    Useful vocabulary: on the roads
    Around “sight”
    Around “speed”

  • Lesson 23 – The pub – a British way of life

    Passive structures
    Advanced passive structures with reporting verbs
    Advanced passive structures with modals
    Advanced passive structures with verbs followed by infinitives or
    gerunds
    Conditional conjunctions
    The pub: a British way of life
    Pub culture
    Drinks in a pub
    Pub opening hours
    Entertainment in a pub

  • Lesson 24 – Talking about the environment

    Gradable and non-gradable adjectives
    Adverbs of degree
    Adverbs of degree and adjectives
    Adverbs of degree and adjectives: collocations
    The environment: sources of energy
    The environment: useful verbs
    The environment: useful vocabulary
    Environmental issues: lessening our carbon footprint

  • Lesson 25 – Test Lessons 21 to 24

    Review and Test of Lessons 21 to 24

  • Lesson 26 – Talking to Rachel

    Question tags
    Present perfect tense
    Present perfect continuous tense
    Still, anymore and no longer
    “Do” as an auxiliary in affirmative sentences
    Phrasal verbs with “up”
    Matching adverbs and pronouns
    Compass points
    Around “odd”
    Marketing and advertising: useful vocabulary
    Around “joy”

    Astronomy and the solar system: useful

  • Lesson 27 – Talking to Rebecca

    Used to
    Causative structures
    The past perfect simple
    The past perfect continuous
    Phrasal verbs with “back”
    A bit of geography: England
    Accents in England
    Instruments and musicians
    Types of music
    Working hours and shifts

  • Lesson 28 – Talking to Scott

    Separable or inseparable phrasal verbs
    General knowledge: Scotland
    Geography of Scotland
    Symbols, traditions and famous Scots
    Important dates in the history of Scotland
    The Scottish economy
    10 fun facts about Scotland

  • Lesson 29 – Talking to Wynne

    Phrasal verbs with « up »
    Phrasal verbs with « stand » and « run »
    Formal subjunctive
    General knowledge: Wales
    Geography of Wales
    Symbols and traditions in Wales
    Famous Welsh people
    Bad friends
    Around « chip »
    The history of Wales
    The Welsh economy
    Rugby
    10 fun facts about Wales

  • Lesson 30 – Test Lessons 26 to 29

    Review and Test of Lessons 26 to 29