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Aprender a aprender, crear un ambiente didáctico a través de las TIC. Herramienta imprescindible en las aulas de clase. Dejando atrás las metodologías de repeat after me.

Aprender a aprender, crear un ambiente didáctico a través de las TIC. Herramienta imprescindible en las aulas de clase. Dejando atrás las metodologías de repeat after me.

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    • CAPACITACION CONTANTE Japón Lider en capación constante para los docentes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVY3c0GEoR0
    • Curso de Formación Docente sobre TIC y Educación – Especialización. Módulo 7: TIC y aprender a aprenderUnidad 3: Las TIC como herramientas para desarrollar la competencia paraaprender a aprender. El papel del docente y del alumno. Unidad 3 Actividad 3Topic: Simple Past TenseJustification:Students can understand in a practical way “Simple Past Tense”, itwill be an easy and ludic way to learn and practice English.Students will get the difference between regular verbs, itspronuntiation according to the phonetic rules, and irregular verbswith its right pronuntiation.Students will be surfing different web pages where they will beable to do exercises by him/herself in order to get confidenceabout his/her understanding aboutreal events occurred in the past. These activitiesare focused in order to develop listening, reading, writing , and speaking skills.
    • Fase 1 Objetivo Metodología Dedicación ProductoExploración Activar e Profesor temporal CanciónEscuchar e introducir los desarrolla a online,Identificar conocimientos través de una En la primera debidamenteacciones en previos del actividad de sesión de la terminada depasado alumno sobre listening on- clase acuerdo con acciones del line para que la actividad pasado, favore- individual y de escucha ciendo e grupalmente realizada en incentivando su reconozcan clase con comprensión e acciones del ayuda del interprentaciónd pasado así video y guia el texto leído y como de trabajo. escuchado. vocabulario nuevo.
    • Fase 2 Objetivo Metodología Dedicación ProductoComprender Comprensión de Profesor temporal Introducción ala actividad a vocabulario y explica los eventosrealizar por desarrollar objetivos, la En la primera reales, acaeciparte del habilidad de actividad de segunda dos en elestudiante. listening listening on- sesión de la pasado, line para que clase individual y grupalmente reconozcan acciones del pasado así como vocabulario nuevo.
    • Fase 3 Objetivo Metodología Dedicación ProductoBúsqueda de Búscar páginas Los temporal Listado conla web estudiantes se ejercicios,información relacionadas organizan tres sesiones vocabulario yen internet sobre eventos individualment de clase quizes del pasado, e para realizar referentes a teniendo en la actividad en la temática cuenta el uso las páginas del pasado de verbos debidamente simple. regulares e seleccionadas irregulares. acerca de pasado simple.
    • Fase 4 Objetivo. Metodología Dedicación ProductoSelección de Leer texto para El profesor temporallibro de ser narrado expone Presentaciónlectura e en pasado modelos de Tres sesiones en powerinformación simple, para presentaciones, de clase point comoen internet prácticar y luego organiza ayuda redactar organiza didáctica de eventos del grupos de tres la exposión pasado. estudiantes oral, que para realizar realizan los mapas estudiantes,h mentales o aciendo uso conceptuales de páginas del texto web, leído, en power programas de point, o widows, prezi, narrando herramientas la historia en como el pasado simple. portatil, proyector y/o video beam, etc.
    • Fase 5 Objetivo. Metodología Dedicación ProductoSíntesis de la Identificar idea Los grupos temporal Presentacióninformación principal e realizan su del libro leído ideas presentación tres frente al grupo secundarias. en la sala de sesiones y el profesor. bilingüismo, de de clase Los estudiantes acuerdo con el crearan su orden de la slideshare para revisión subir la realizado por presentación el docente realizada en previamente. clase, luego crearan su propio blog.
    • Fase 6 Objetivo. Metodología Dedicación ProductoAnalisis del Autoevaluación Los grupos temporal Presentacióntrabajo de la actividad realizan su del libro leídorealizado realizada, así presentación Dos sesiones frente al grupo como su en la sala de de clase y el profesor. participación en bilingüismo, de Los estudiantes el desarrollo de acuerdo con el crearan su la actividad. orden de la slideshare para revisión subir la realizado por presentación el docente realizada en previamente. clase, luego crearan su propio blog.
    • REFLEXIONMi labor como docente en el área de Idiomas, considero que debo optimizar la revisión de las evaluaciones y presentaciones cuando los estudiantes las envían al correo, a pesar de revisarlas antes que las diseñen en power point o prezi, siempre hay que volverlas a leer, acumulándose una gran cantidad de trabajo, lo cual toma bastante tiempo corregirlas nuevamente. Además, cumplir estrictamente con la planeación depende también de las actividades que se presentan a última hora.Amo mi profesión, el Inglés, considero que tengo un muy buen dominio del Idioma Inglés, y manejo de grupo, siempre estoy capacitándome y actualizándome en mi área. Me gusta innovar en mis clases, trato al máximo que trabajen en la sala de bilingüismo, donde refuerzan con el CD Room del libro de clase, páginas wet que les selecciono con anticipación para reforzar los temas ya explicados en clase. Asi mismo, los estudiantes diseñan sus presentaciones elaborando mapas mentales o conceptuales de los libros de lectura.En mi área, las TIC son imprescindibles de los contrario sería una clase monótona e interminable, ya que es complejo el dominio Inglés para algunos estudiantes y mas los que no llevan el proceso que se imparte en el Colegio. Me gustan las baladas en inglés y estoy al tanto de las canciones que les gustan a los estudiantes para trabajarla en las clases, lo cual es una ventaja con los muchachos, razón por la cual en el English Day, ellos organizan el “Talen Contest con gran dinamismo y creatividad.Mi objetivo como docente es una capacitación constante para un mejoramiento continuo, fortalecer la implementación de TIC, buscar nuevas estrategias, materiales, para impartir clases, donde los estudiantes crezcan académicamente, como personas y como futuros profesionales, incentivarlos a aprender inglés como medio de comunicación y aprendizaje frente a otros países y medio de encontrar mejores alternativas laborales.
    • LET´S PRACTICE YOUR PRONUNCIATION Let´s enjoy listening, reading and singing in order to improve your pronunciationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-n75KVcGsw
    • Yellow “Coldplay” I drew a line Look at the stars, look how they I ___________ a line for you Fill in the gaps Oh what a thing to do withshine for you the followingand everything you do yeah they And it was all yellow words_________ all yellowI ___________ along Your skin cameI ___________ a song for you Oh yeah your skin and bonesAnd all the things you do Turn into something beautiful bleedAnd it was __________ yellow D´ you know drewSo then I _____________ my turn for you I _________ myself tookOh all the things I´ve done dry (2) shineAnd it __________ all yellow.... Its true wasYour skin Look how they shine forOh yeah your skin and bones you(5) wroteTurn into something beautiful Look how they shineD´ you know you know I love you so were Look at the stars look howYou know I love you so they __________ for you swam And all the things that you do.I ___________ across jumpedI ____________ across for youOh all the things you do calledCause you were all yellowhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-n75KVcGsw
    • SIMPLE PAST TENSE Hello everybody! My name is Past Simple BoyI am very nostalgic and I always talk about the past.This is an old picture of me. I was sixteen in this picture. It was thirteen years ago.I studied at University at that time. I lived with my friends Paco and Javi in a big and old flat. We didnt study much and we enjoyed our life. Every weekend we went to the disco and met new girls. I remember I had a girlfriend called Margarita.I finished my studies in 1995. A year later I started to work as a Language teacher in a Secondary school. Life is not too bad, but those days were fantastic!Do you know about your parents life when they were young?http://www.isabelperez.com/happy/tenses/past_simple.htm
    • http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/simplepast.htmlhttp://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verb-tenses_past.htmhttp://www.eslgold.com/grammar/simple_past.htmlhttp://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/complex_tests/simple_past1/index.phphttp://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/simple_past_statements.htmhttp://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/simple_past_statements2.htm
    • SIMPLE PAST TENSE IRREGULAR VERBSBlog http://english-irregular-verbs.blogspot.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvXsfGlv42Q&fe ature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCyRqeNRoUg&f eature=related
    • SIMPLE PAST REGULAR VERBS Sounds in English Endings “ED” Voiced Vocal cords vibrate It is pronounced /d/. lovedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zh_DM7qJGWo&feature=fvsr Unvoiced “Vocal cords do not vibrate” (p, f, k, s, ss, ch, sh, x ). It is pronounced /t/. worked
    •  GROUP 1: INFINITIVE + / d / http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omverbs/regularverbs- group1.htm GROUP 2: INFINITIVE + / t / http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omverbs/regularverbs- group2.htm GROUP 3: INFINITIVE + / id / http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omverbs/regularverbs- group3.htm
    •  The-ed ending for verbs whose infinitive ends in a vowel sound or voiced consonant is pronounced /d/. loved The -ed ending for verbs whose infinitive form ends in an unvoiced consonant (p, f, k, s, ss, ch, sh, x ), is pronounced /t/. worked The -ed ending for verbs whose infinitive ends in the letters d and t is pronounced /id/. Wanted / needed
    • 1) allowed 11)shaved 21)included 2) asked 12)slipped 22)jailed 3) cracked 13)stopped 23)killed 4) cried 24)landed 14)Tasted 5) damaged 15)visited 25)Loved 6) decided 16)wasted 26) missed 7) encourage 27)mixed 17)washed d 18)watched 28)pasted 8) ended 19)welcomed 29)relaxed 9) flooded 10) guessed 20)yawned 30)repeated  Simple Past Tense / Regular Verbs Place the verbs in the box into the correct columns below. There are ten answers for each column
    •  Simple Past Tense / Regular Verbs Place the verbs in the box into the correct columns below. /d/ /t/ / id / 1. _killed_____ 1. _watched__ 1. _included__ 2. ____________ 2. ____________ 2. ____________ 3. ____________ 3. ____________ 3. ____________ 4. ____________ 4. ____________ 4. ____________ 5. ____________ 5. ____________ 5. ____________ 6. ____________ 6. ____________ 6. ____________ 7. ____________ 7. ____________ 7. ____________ 8. ____________ 8. ____________ 8. ____________ 9. ____________ 9. ____________ 9. ____________ 10.____________ 10.____________ 10.____________ http://perso.wanadoo.es/autoenglish/gr.edpron.p.htm
    • LET´S IMPROVE YOUR PRONUNCIATION CONSONANT SOUNDS
    • SIMPLE PAST TENSEAnswer the following questionsDid you create your facebook last year?Did you kiss your girlfriend/boyfriend yesterday?Did you practice English yesterday? Did you listen rock music last night? What did you read last night?  Where did go last Saturday? What time did you get up last week? Why did you send me the information by mail?
    • Let´s Improve your pronunciation
    • SIMPLE PAST TENSE Let´s write a short biography about your favourite singer/actor or actress
    • STUDENTS HAD TO READ VAL SDIARY, THE BOOK WAS DISCUSSEDIN CLASS, THEN THEY HAD TO WRITETHE PRINCIPAL IDEAS FOR EACHCHART IN ORDER TO DESIGN A MINDMAP FOR A PRESENTATION HERE THERE ARE TWOPRESENTATIONS ABOUTVAL S DIARY BOOK
    • VAL´S DIARY Carolina calderón Laura Camila castro gil Angie milena castro Grade 901 J.T.
    •  Saturday July 2thDear Diaryshe went to a party with his parents at Greenhill, herparents wanted to go and live there because theywere tired of traffic and pollution.
    • CHAPTER 1SUMMER IN THE COUNTRY Dear DiaryVal wrote in his diary about her birthday, she saidshe wanted a pair of rollerbladesbut she did not receive them, and she had a birthdayparty either, because his friends were on the beach.
    •  Sunday July 3thDear DiaryVal s family arrived in Greenhill, there wasno place she liked, there were a church, a store ofclothes and shoes, a small bar to drink and eat.Her brother Jason liked a perfect tree to make ahome on it.Jasons father helped him to build the house, Val wasonly interested in staying in her room.
    • CHAPTER 2 A SURPRISE MEETING. Monday july 4thDear DiaryVal liked her small house, but hated that there wasno phone. She thought she couldn´t live there. Herfather had a garden where he planted tomatoes,potatoes, carrots, lettuce. she hated her, she thoughther neighbors were very stupid, and hisbrother was an idiot.
    •  Tuesday, july 5thDear DiaryMrs. Perry is Val s neighbor, shebelieved, its unbearable, cause she went toher house all the time.One day his father was scared whenthe doorbell rang and Mrs. Perry was at the door.Val expressed how disgusted was her for herfamily, her father felt embarrassed.
    •  Wednesday July 6thDear DiaryVal found in her mailbox an invitation to the annualfair of the village club. That showed series of games.Family got the fair was located on the corner of thestore. Vals father thought he could win thecompetition.Val was angry ´cause there was no phone to talkto Sally, besides sally was out with her brothers.
    •  Thursday July 7thDear DiaryVal´s father stayed the second place in thegame and Dr. Smollett won the competition.He had two children, Val first met so upsetting, andpretended to be ill, his father felt embarrassed in frontof the cute boy.Val was anxious to see Luke again.
    • CHAPTER 3WHO´S A GOOD COOK? Friday July 8th Dr. Smollett and his son won the cookingcontests with their delicious cakes. His mother wasangry with Dad because they would realize that hewas lying, to see this hidden val.
    •  Saturday July 9thDear DiaryVal was desperate.She and her dad went to buy a cake becauseotherwise her mother would not go.Her dad decided to ask for help with Mrs. Perry,she was delighted Val wanted to help him,she decided to prepare the fruit flan, because hermother mentioned.
    •  Sunday july 10thDear diaryNext day Val got up at seven in the morning, she wentto the store to buy the ingredients, the storewas full, she heard a voice behind, it was Luke,she felt so embarrassed because she was coveredwith cream
    • CHAPTER 4VAL´S FIRST DATE Monday july 11thDear diaryVals father woke up again at the same time.prepared the cake with Mrs. Perry quickly.They baked tow cakes for a small breakfast. laterVal was so happy, everyone said that hermother cooked very delicious, but nobody knewthat Mrs. Perry had baked the cake her motherfelt very embarrassed.Val found a note in her pocket, it was a datewith Luke in the lake.
    •  Tuesday July 12th Dear diary in her mail that morning, she had an invitation to drink tea in Lord Greenhill. Vals mom was very excited!. Val did not want to go because he wanted to be with Luke
    •  Wednesday July 13 Early Afternoon Val will be one that their parents will go to the reunion. her mother was looking for a dress to go on the meeting, she decided to wear her aunt´s garment, her brother wore a jacket, they looked really ridiculous!. Val was very nervous because she could see Luke and she didn´t decide what to wear.
    •  In the afternoon Luke and Val went to the lake with his friends. while they swam under water, they kissed! Val took too much water, she nearly drowned. Val was very nervous and told him to call her but after that she thought she was a total idiot because she had no phone.
    • CHAPTER 5ALL´S WELL THAT ENDS WELL  Thursday 14 July 5pm  Val thought her life was upside down. her parents went to look for a house in Greenhill, but she preferred her old home, Val wanted sally, her best friend, to call because it was far away and she did not want to lose her friendship. Val wanted to be a fashion designer, Sally wanted to be a policewoman or a detective. Val didn´t agree what she wanted to be when she grew up.
    •  10 pm Her parents decided to come back to the city Val did not want to return, she was confused. She did not know what to do with Luke, and she did not want to lose her best friend Sally in the city, she decided to drop a note to Luke with her address and phone number and they would continue talking. she said she had many things to tell sally
    • VOCABULARY: was: fue  Holiday: fiesta Disaster: desastre  Middle: medio Wanted: querido  Tired: cansado Rollerblades: patines  Polltion: polución Hiking boots: botas de  Rocksack:mochila montaña  Packed: lleno Countryside: campo  Put: poner Opened: abierto  Hammer: martillo Seaside: playa  Nails: uñas Abroad: extranjero  Rope: cuerda Yunger: menor  Blanked: manta Gave: dio Bored: aburrido Awful: horrible
    •  Blanked: manta  Shouting: gritos Fed: alimentados  Treehouse: casa del arbol Silly: tonto  Disturb: molestar Nobody: nadie  Temper: genio Bedroom: dormitorio  Discovered: descubierto Certainly: ciertamente  Beetroot: remolacha Means: medio  Burst: explosión Church: iglesia  Plant: planta Under: bajo  Onions: cebolla Kind: tipo  Lettuce: lechuga Moon: luna  Hardworking: trabajador Lake: lago  Spring: primavera Soon: pronto  Pick: recoger Arrived: llego  Pet: mascota Garden: jardin
    •  Past: pasado  Mentioned: mencionar Nothing: nada  Sure: seguro Must: debe  Mind: mente Pale: palido  Win: ganar Wonderful: maravilloso  Least: menos Healthy: saludable  Cards: tarjetas Rosy: rosado  Humillated: humillado Behalf: favor  Fault: culpa Refreshments: refresco  Handsome: guapo Meeting: reunión  Course: grupo Details: detalles  Delighted: encantado Town: ciudad  Cakes: torta Located: ubicado  Lying: tendido Corner: esquina  Scarse: escaso
    •  Better: mejor  Worm: gusano Great: grandioso  Exclameid: exclamo Joy: alegria  Fruit: fruta Wont: constumbre  Everyone: todo el Baking: coccion mundo Recipe: receta  Embarrassed: avergonzado Each: cada  Poor: pobre Pocket: bolsillo  Whole: todo Bring: llevar  Evening: tarde During: durante  Note: nota Choice: eleccion  Village: pueblo Walnuts: nueces  Come: venir Heard: oido Around: entorno a. Catches: capturas
    •  Date: fecha  Centre: centro Manor: señorio  Sitting: sentado Even: incluso  Desk: escritorio Aunt: tia  Poliwoman: mujer Wedding: boda policia Told: dijo  Puzzle: rompecabezas Went: fue  Settle: resolver Underwater: submarino  Anyway: de todos modos Drowned: ahogado  Wrote: escribio Meet: satisfacer  Sally: salida Strangely: extrañamente  Pastry: pasteles Happening: pasando Opposite: opuesto Aspect: aspecto
    •  Bakeries: panaderia  Patronised: patrocinado Rarely: rara vez  Barnaby: bernabe Force: forzado  Bleak: desolado Pointing: señalando  Square: plaza Patients: los pacientes  Raisin – spotted: uvas Otherwise: de otra pasas manera Spices: especias Eaten: comido Florentine: florentino Denmark: dinamarca Origin: origen Museum: museo Penny: centavo
    • CHAPTER 1: HER FAMILY MR. MRS.JASON ROWE ROWEL L L is is is12 Years her old father, he takes Her mother them to wants to He is live in the live in the Vals´brother, country countrysid he loves the for e forever. countryside summer and buys a time. diary to Val for her birthay.
    • IN THE COUNTRYSIDEARRIVA GREENHI HOW JASON L HOW VAL LL ACTED? ACTED? is a tinyVal and her village, there She went family wasn´t a He began into the arrived at cinema and jumping and house to Greenhill, fast food shouting find herJason and restaurant, , and thought bedroomhis parents there were “the garden and put upare happy, only ten was perfect a except houses, a to make a “DO NOT Val church and treehouse”. DISTURB” one bar. sign in her door.
    • MONDAY “JULY”Her father woke Mrs. Perry cookedup at 7 o’clock to her family fruit flan, they loved it she wanted to return toher town soon Val found in her . pocket a Luke´s note inviting her to fish in the lake of the club
    • DEAR DIARYVal and Luke Val´s life w kissed but Val as complica each preferred ted other, she the house i by the kiss was very n the city she gave confused Luke by this Vals Val parents took Vals her home family acted over of very strange dreams went to in Greenhill meet her friend out in a small shop
    • DEAR DIARY Sally told Val Val´s mom that Told her She wanted things she was to be a afraid detective when she grow up Val told her Val thought that they would she would move back change hermind when she grew up
    • TUESDAY, JULY 5TH Mrs. Perry Thursday, july 7Th went to the fair. She came back She couldn´t to them at half speak to Sally past seven.because she was out with her brother last night r
    • Val´s Diary She felt so humillated and angy she was sure her face was every coloured under the sun. Luke probably thought she was a sort of U.F.O.
    • Chapter 3Who´s a good Cook? Her dad went out in the morning to buy a newspaper and he met Mr. Smollett! They made an appointment for dinner at Val´s dad house! ´We´ll expect you on Monday night at about 7 o´clock, Val´s dad said, if you´re free of course, said Doctor Smollett
    • Thanks..!