FÍSICA 

  1. Movimiento rectilíneo uniforme.
  2. Componentes intrínsecas de la aceleración.
  3. Movimiento circular uniforme.
  4. Composición y descomposición de fuerzas concurrentes y paralelas.
  5. Fuerzas de rozamiento y cuerpos enlazados.
  6. Ley de Hooke.
  7. Energía cinética y teorema de fuerzas vivas.
  8. Energía potencial: Tipos y aplicaciones.
  9. Dilatación térmica: Lineal, superficial y volumétrica.
  10. Asociación de resistencias en un circuito.
  11. Generadores y receptores eléctricos.
  12. Características de un generador eléctrico.

QUÍMICA 

  1. Estequiometria de reacciones químicas
  2. Reactivo limitante, reactivo excedente y pureza de un reactivo
  3. Balance de ecuaciones químicas por el método de óxido reducción.
  4. Balance de ecuaciones químicas por el método de ión electrón
  5. Electrólisis y sus aplicaciones
  6. Solución química: Componentes y tipos de soluciones.
  7. Unidades físicas de concentración.
  8. Energía potencial: Tipos y aplicaciones.
  9. Unidades químicas de concentración.
  10. Factores que determinan el comportamiento de un gas: Presión, volumen y temperatura.
  11. Leyes de los gases y velocidad molecular promedio de un gas.
  12. Catálisis: tipos y clasificación de los catalizadores.

MATEMÁTICA

  1. FUNCIONES DE VARIABLE REAL
    • Dominio y rango de una función de variable real.
    • Operaciones entre funciones de variable real.
    • Tipo de Funciones y sus diferentes gráficas
    • Desplazamientos verticales u horizontales de una función de variable real.
    • Interpretación del gráfico de una función de variable real.
    • Asíntotas de una función de variable real y sus desplazamientos.
    • Funciones trigonométricas y sus gráficas.
  2. GEOMETRIA ANALÍTICA
    • Ecuación de la recta y gráfica de una ecuación de la recta mediante dos puntos.
    • Pendiente de una recta.
    • Tipos de ecuaciones de la recta.
    • Paralelismo y perpendicularidad entre dos rectas
    • Ecuación paramétrica de la recta.
    • Formas diversas de obtener la pendiente de una recta.
  3. VECTORES EN EL ESPACIO TRIDIMENSIONAL
    • Vectores en el espacio en tres dimensiones.
    • Coordenadas geográficas, polares y rectangulares de un vector.
    • Suma de vectores por el método gráfico.
    • Suma de vectores por el método del paralelogramo.
    • Suma de vectores por el método de las coordenadas rectangulares.
    • Producto escalar entre vectores, (producto punto)
    • Producto vectorial entre dos vectores, (producto cruz entre vectores)
    • Paralelismo y perpendicularidad entre vectores.
    • Área del paralelogramo formado entre dos vectores.
    • Volumen del paralelepípedo formado entre tres vectores.
  4. CÓNICAS
    • Ecuación general y canónica de la circunferencia.
    • Ecuación general y canónica de la elipse
    • Ecuación general y canónica de la parábola
    • Ecuación general y canónica de la hipérbola
    • Ejercicios de aplicación sobre cálculos de los parámetros de las cónicas.
  5. PRECÁLCULO.
    • Dominio de los diversos casos de factorización.
    • Regla de Ruffini aplicada al factoreo.
    • Ecuaciones e inecuaciones lineales
    • Resolución de límites.
    • Limites bidireccionales.
    • Limites indeterminados
    • Resolución de limites indeterminados
    • Definición geométrica de la derivada.
    • Derivada usando la regla del incremento.
    • Formulas básicas de derivación de funciones polinómicas y resolución de ejercicios.

INGLÉS

  1. Tema 1

LISTENING: C1 CEFR

  • Listening (To assess ability to understand the main detail in short spoken utterances)
  • Dictation (To assess ability to understand an extended utterance by transcribing a spoken text)
  • Listening & Writing (To assess ability to extract specific information from extended spoken
  • Texts. )
  1. Tema 2

Reading; C1 CEFR

Reading (Comprehension / Conjugate verbs) To assess ability to understand the purpose, structure and main idea of short written texts

Reading Use of English / Writing (Comprehension / Punctuation)

Reading Gap Filling (Comprehension / Conjunctions and Connectors) To assess ability to extract specific information from an extended written text

  1. Tema 3

Speaking: C1 CEFR

Speaking; (Sustained monologue) To assess ability to speak continuously about matters of personal information and interest

Speaking: (Describe picture) To assess ability to speak continuously about two related pictures and interpret some aspect of them

Speaking: Discussion (To assess ability to discuss a concrete or abstract issue)

 Tema 4

Writing: C1 CEFR

Writing: Write correspondence (To assess ability to write a piece of correspondence 90–120 words)

Writing: Write text (To assess ability to write a short text from own experience, knowledge or imagination 150–200 words)

  1. Tema 5

Themes and specific notions (Vocabulary)

  1. The personal domain /personal identification

Adult learners CAN state and write down (e.g. in application and registration forms, or in personal notes): their name, address, telephone number and e-mail address, nationality, where they are from, what they do for a living, their family, personal relations, likes and dislikes, personal possessions

  1. House, home and environment

Learners CAN refer to the home, its rooms, furnishings, equipment, services, amenities, and to the main features of the environment, its landscape, climate and weather, flora and fauna. They CAN understand and elicit similar information from other people.

  1. Daily life

Learners CAN speak about the main features of their daily routines at home and elicit and understand similar information from other people. They can talk about the major seasonal and religious festivals.

  1. Free time, entertainment

Learners CAN say when they are free and what they do in their spare time. They can elicit and understand information on these topics from other people.

  1. Relations with other people

Learners CAN refer to and establish personal relations, participate in social life and deal with correspondence. They CAN understand simple information, e.g. on dates, names, places, addresses wishes, etc. on postcards, greetings cards, invitations, etc.

  1. Public entertainment: cinema, theatre, spectator sports

Adult and teenage learners CAN take part in public entertainment events, finding out what is on offer, booking and buying tickets, buying programs, finding their seats, etc. They CAN discuss them later. They CAN recognize relevant information in written texts, such as on posters and in programs.

  1. Travel

Adult and teenage learners CAN refer to places, speak about and use travel facilities, such as means of public and private transport, tourist accommodation, luggage and documents. They CAN elicit and understand such information from other people. They CAN give and receive simple directions, written and spoken, as to how to get to places. They CAN gather relevant information from written texts, such as timetables, roadside signs and notices.

  1. Health and body care

All learners CAN refer to matters of personal well-being, personal hygiene and health. They CAN describe symptoms in simple terms to a doctor or dentist. Adult learners CAN elicit and understand similar information from other people. They CAN report accidents

and use medical services and understand simple information and instructions given by a doctor or nurse, using repair strategies as needed. They CAN read and understand simple written instructions such as those on medicine bottles, tablets, etc.

  1. Shopping

Learners CAN refer to and use shopping facilities, refer to and purchase goods, such as foodstuffs, clothes and souvenirs, using repair procedures as needed, and elicit and understand information from others on these matters. They CAN understand store guides (e.g. Information on where to find goods, lifts, toilets, etc.). They CAN gather simple information from the labelling of goods (name, price, contents, sell- & use-by dates, instructions for cooking, cleaning, etc).

  1. Food and drink

Learners CAN refer to, buy and order various kinds of food and drink and can elicit and understand information from other people on these matters.

  1. Services

Adult learners CAN refer to and use postal, banking, garage, medical, security and emergency services. They CAN elicit and understand information from others on these matters. They CAN read and understand the basic information and instructions on public signs, notices, leaflets and brochures relating to these services. Younger learners CAN name buildings, jobs and workers in the service area. In post offices, clinics and in contact with police officers, they CAN make simple requests and ask, understand and answer questions relevant to their needs, if given help.

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