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Planning activities to work on the key competences in the Primary English class is a question of awareness, of being conscious of what we do and why we do it. This session will be done "backwards":......

Planning activities to work on the key competences in the Primary English class is a question of awareness, of being conscious of what we do and why we do it. This session will be done "backwards": from the activity to the lesson plan, from the outcome to the objectives, focusing on competences and assessment criteria.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Title of my workshop Speaker’s Name “ My activities are more competent than yours!” Enric Calvet
  • 3. My activities are more competent(ial) than yours! You sure?
  • 4. CLASSIFY THINKING CONTENT A ladybird is an invertebrate. It is an insect LANGUAGE INTERACTION Yes, Bernat. This is easy! IDENTIFY
  • 5.  
  • 6. COMPETENT ACTIVITY Interdisciplinary Art Maths Music Science ICT ... How we should plan an activity (an activity with the presence of languages) to become a competent activity? Content Use of the language Oral Written Diff. lang. registers Always with a good linguistic model Language Individual & Collective work To be To act To think To communicate To discover To lead To live together To share Interaction As a tool to work Reasoning Argumentation Understanding Making hypotheses Drawing conclusions Interpretation Organizing ideas Explaining/Describing Attitudes
    • Starting from prior knowledge
    • Contextualizing the activity
    • Being conscious about
    • the competences we work
    • Having clear objectives
    • Defining assessment criteria
    • Processes or outcomes?
    Involvement Cognition Thinking Challanging but feasible Challenge
  • 7. “ Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn ”. Chinese proverb www.oup.com/es
  • 8. Source: National Training Laboratories Institute, Bethel, Maine, USA. From the information students get… Which is the best environment to build KNOWLEDGE ? www.oup.com/es
  • 9. Bloom’s taxonomy INSTRUCTIONS taken from an activity book in grade 3 DO MAKE SAY The chant POINT ANSWER ASK SING The song SORT TRUE OR FALSE COLOUR COMPLETE GUESS REMEMBER The story NUMBER LOOK CIRCLE MATCH READ DRAW WRITE LISTEN Comprehension DO Application (construct) MAKE Knowledge SAY The chant Knowledge POINT Comprehension (with a model) ANSWER Comprehension (with a model) ASK Knowledge SING The song Application SORT Application TRUE OR FALSE Knowledge COLOUR Knowledge COMPLETE Application (identify) GUESS Knowledge REMEMBER The story Analysis (sequence) NUMBER Knowledge LOOK Application (selection) CIRCLE Knowledge MATCH Knowledge READ Comprehension DRAW Knowledge (copy) WRITE Knowledge (combined) LISTEN
  • 10. What strategies and methods do we have to use for a competent learning? Or...how can my activities be more competent taking into consideration Language , Interaction , Content , Cognition , Involvement and Challenge ? www.oup.com/es
  • 11. Project working Dialogue Questioning Interdisciplinary Problem solving Cooperative work Speaking Collective construction of knowledge
  • 12.
    • Video Family
  • 13. How to plan?
    • LESSON PLAN (just a proposal ). doc
    • OBJECTIVES
    • COMPETENCIES
    • ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
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  • 14. How to assess? www.oup.com/es
  • 15. Title of my workshop Speaker’s Name Enric Calvet http://delicious.com/enriccalvet/competences