objetivos: definidos como competencias básicas

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PROGRAMACIÓN RESUMIDA
NOMBRE DEL CENTRO
I.E.S. MENDEBALDEA B. H. I.
DEPARTAMENTO
LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS
ÁREA
2
H.
30
Septiembre
2013
FECHA
ENGLISH
ETAPA Y CURSO
1
2013-14
1-2 ESO
3 ESO
4 ESO
1 BACH.
X
2 BACH.
OBJETIVOS: DEFINIDOS COMO COMPETENCIAS BÁSICAS
Al finalizar el curso se espera del alumnado que haya adquirido competencia en la práctica de las 4 habilidades básicas a nivel
intermedio. Es decir, el nivel B1.1/B1.2 del Marco Común Europeo. Por tanto, a final de curso, el alumno /la alumna debe ser
capaz de entender un texto escrito en Inglés stardard relacionado con aspectos de la vida diaria (trabajo, escuela, tiempo libre). Debe
ser capaz de utilizar el idioma para poder viajar a cualquier país de habla inglesa y manejarse en cualquier situación común. Debe
ser capaz de escribir un texto coherente sobre temas de su conocimiento. Debe poder dar información de forma oral y escrita sobre
sus experiencias, deseos e intenciones y, en conjunto, debe poder razonar de forma simple sobre lo que piensa o quiere.
Al margen de ésto, se espera que progrese en el dominio de las competencies básicas recogidas en la LOE.
1. Competencia en Comunicación Lingüística
2. Competencia Matemática
3. Competencia en Habilidades para la Vida
4. Competencia en Aprender a Aprender
5. Competencia Digital
6. Competencia Cívica y Social
7. Competencia Cultural y Artística
8. Competencia en Autonomía Personal.
TEMPORALIZACIÓN DE LOS CONTENIDOS
1ª evaluación
H.
2ª evaluación
H.
3ª evaluación
Unit 1: Faces
Unit 4: Landmarks
Unit 7Travel
Reading: Predicting content
Reading: Scanning for specific
Reading: Understanding reference
Voc: Personality and appearance,
information
Voc: Travel. Noun suffixes
phrasal verbs, compound adj.
Voc: Buildings
Gram: First, second and third
Gram: Present simple and cont.
Want+infinitive/object+infinitive
conditional. Time clauses.
Listening: a lecture
Gram: Future simple, be going to,
Listening: Recorded messages
Speaking: Describing people
future continuous, future perfect
Speaking: Buying a train ticket
Writing: A description of a person.
simple.
Writing: An informal e-mail .
Punctuation
Listening: Guided tours
Referencing.
Life Skills: Application forms and
Speaking: Comparing pictures
Life Skills: Booking a room.
interviews.
Writing: A description of a place.
Unit 8: Honesty
Unit 2: Danger!
Adjectives.
Reading: Author’s purpose.
Reading: Making inferences
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Life Skills: Internet research
30
Voc: Honesty. Adjectives+
Voc: Dangerous situations, adj.
Unit 5: Speak Out
prepositions. idioms.
Suffixes,-ed/-ing adj.
Reading: Guessing the meaning of
Gram: The passive. The causative
Gram: Past simple and cont. Past
words.
Listening: A radio interview
perfect simple
Voc: Wild life, prefixes and idioms
Speaking: Agreeing and disagreeing
Listening: A conversation
Gram: Relative clauses.
Writing: An opinion essay.
Speaking: Talking about a picture
Listening: A conversation
Connector of purpose . review of
Writing: A narrative. Connectors of
Speaking: Expressing opinion
connectors
sequence and time expressions
Writing: A For and against essay.
Life Skills: Understanding adverts.
Life Skills: Using a dictionary
Connectors of contrast and
Unit 9: Space Cadets
Unit 3: Go for it!
addition.
Reading: Review of reading
Reading: Identifying the main idea
Life Skills: Giving a presentation
strategies
Voc: Sport and achievement, verb
Unit 6: Extreme Weather
Voc: Entertainment. Used to be- be
collocations and idioms
Reading: Understanding
used to – get used to. Phrasal verbs.
Gram: Present Perfect simple and
Gram: Reported speech and
connectors
Past simple.
reporting verbs.
Voc: Weather. Gerund and
Listening: a radio interview
Listening: Film reviews.
infinitive. Noun collocation.
Speaking: exchanging information
Speaking: Making plans.
Gram: Modals and perfect modals.
Writing: a biography. Word order
Writing: A film review. Writing
Listening: News reports
Life Skills: booking tickets online
reviews.
Speaking: Interviewing
Life Skills: Using entertainment
Writing: A news report. Connectors
Extra Oral Presentation: the
guides
of cause and result.
students will do a powerpoint
Life Skills: Using graphs and charts
Extra Oral Presentation: the
Extra Oral Presentation: the
presentation about a free topic
students will do a web quest in
result of the internet research will
Extra Reading: “The Secret Diary
groups.
be presented to the class.
of Adrian Mole” by Sue Townsend.
Extra Reading: “The Bride Price”
Burlington Books.
Extra Reading: “The Elephant
,Buchi Emecheta, Oxford
WEB EXTRA to practice reading,
Man”, by Arthur Taylor. Burlington
Bookworms, stage 5
grammar, listening or vocabulary
WEB EXTRA to practice reading,
Books.
WEB EXTRA to practice reading,
grammar, listening or vocabulary
grammar, listening or vocabulary
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METODOLOGIA
It´ll be varied: function, content and task based together with autonomous learning, translation and grammar reflection. Following the
teacher’s books recommendations. Students’ active participation, motivation, collaboration, self-esteem and thoughtful learning will be
emphasized by means of pair, group and individual work.
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BALIABIDEAK
TESTU LIBURUA: VIEWPOINTS for Bachillerato 1
EDITORIALA: Burlington Books
We´ll also make use of visual aids, reinforcement activities for grammar, vocabulary, functions, writing and speaking. WORKBOOK, CD, CD
ROM, ICT (computers)
The students have to read a book and do a text for each term:
1. “The Secret Diary of Adrian molet” by Sue Townsend. Burlington Books.
2. “The Bride Price” ,Buchi Emecheta, Oxford Bookworms, stage 5
3. “The Elephant Man”, by Arthur Taylor. Burlington Books.
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EVALUATION SYSTEM
Evaluation Criteria
Marking
Criteria
Tools
EVALUATION CRITERIA:
KNOWLEDGE 8 points
1.
Tests on Grammar, vocabulary, listening,
reading and writing (4 points)
2. Readers test (1 point)
3. Oral work (1 point)
4. Writing (2 points)
MARKING
CRITERIA:
TOOLS:
KNOWLEDGE
KNOW
1.
2.
3.
Tests, and global test (1,5 and 2,5)
Oral activities: (presentations, pair/group work, teacher’s
assessment)
2. 1 point
4.
Written productions and student’s & teacher’s corrections
3. 1 point
1. 4 points
Reading test
4. 2 points
ATTITUDE 2 points
1. Material ready (bring it to class and ready for
the session to start, Workbook, Notebook,
Homework) (1 point)
ATTITUDE
ATTIT:
Teacher’s daily assessment
1. 1 point
2. Behaviour (attention in class, active
participation, English spoken) (1 point)
GENERAL CRITERIA
1. Students will have to present a formal justification if they can’t do the tests with the rest of the class to be able to do
it/them.
2. Nobody will be positively assessed if they get a 0 in any of the evaluation criteria items.
3. Homework must be done every day. If not, students will get a mark discount of 0,10 points per day they do not
do it. ( Also for DBH 1., students must bring and write down homework in the student’s agenda every day; if not,
they will get a mark discount of 0,10 points per day and thing they didn’t do).
4. Tests: Students must get a mark of at least 4 points in the mid-term test and 4 points in the global test to be able to
pass the term. Equally all the sections must be answered to pass the test.
5 . Writings : The students’ writing exercises will be evaluated according to accuracy: the mistakes made and the use
of vocabulary and structures used, following the teacher’s instructions.. Mistake correction : The essays will be
checked with symbols by the teacher. Corrections must be handed in by students within a week.
6. Oral work: The student’s oral work will be evaluated according to the instructions given by the teacher. Fluency will
be important when speaking.
2. 1 point
7. Dates must be strictly respected. If not, student’s marks will be lowered by the teacher.
8. The final average mark will consist of: 1st term:20%, 2nd term:30% and 3rd term: 50%
RETAKE SYSTEM
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
1.
Tests: Extra material will be handed
out or appointed by the teacher , if
necessary, and will be handed in
back within a month. As evaluation is
continuous, the concepts will be
passed when passing the following
terms.
2. Students will be asked to do all the
tasks they didn’t do in the previous
term; if not, they will not pass the
following term or terms.
3.
ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR
Students must show a positive attitude and behaviour.
Students must complete all the tasks they had not done within
the following month.
Reader’s book: The teacher will
decide if the student must retake
the test or do a task.
Those who have to do the all-the year test at the end of June (ezohiko froga) won’t get more that 5 marks out
of 10 and will have to hand in all the tasks they should have done during the school year.
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