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Institut antoni martí i franquès
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Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
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Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
Institut antoni martí i franquès
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Institut antoni martí i franquès
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  • 1. PLAN OFMULTILINGUALEDUCATIONSchoolyear 2012-13
  • 2. 1. Tarragona.2. Our High School.3. Curriculum ESO and BTX.4. Diversity and Tranversality5. Foreign Languages:5.1. French.5.2. German.5.3. English. CLIL and SMILE.
  • 3. Tarragona: 145.000 Inhabitants. World Heritage Site since 2000. 64 km2+ 14 km coastline. Economic activities:Agriculture  0,5 %Construction  8%Industry  32 %Service Sector  59’5%TARRAGONA
  • 4.  Our High School since 1845. New building since 1970. 1200 students, 90 teachers and 8 PAS (Administration and Services). 22.000 m2. from 1r ESO to 2n BTX (from Year 7 to Year 12). 1r ESO (Year 7: 4 groups), 2n ESO (4), 3r ESO (5), 4t ESO (5) 1r BTX (Year 11: 8+1), 2n BTX (Year 12: 6+1) Singularity:- IOC (Institut Obert de Catalunya) (Catalan Distance Learning)- Aula d’Acollida (“Newcomers High School”)- USEE (Unit of Support to the Special Education)IAMF
  • 5. 1. Presentació Centre.2. Currículum ESO i BTX.3. Pla de Llengües Estrangeres:3.1. Anglès.3.2. Alemany.3.3. Francès.Kindergarten (Preschool)(0-3/3-6)-----------------Primary or Elementary Education(6-8/8-10/10-12)Compulsary Secondary Education (ESO)12 - 16 anysPROGRAMSofSOCIALGUARANTEELABOURMARKETBACCALAUREATE(16-18)- Natural and Health Sciences- Technology- Humanities / Social Sciences- Plastic-Fine Arts- Performing Arts and MusicUNIVERSITYVETVocational Educationand TrainingMiddle LevelVETVocational Educationand TrainingHigh Level
  • 6. 1. Presentació Centre.2. Currículum ESO i BTX.3. Pla de Llengües Estrangeres:3.1. Anglès.3.2. Alemany.3.3. Francès.CURRICULUCURRICULUMMSUBJECTES ESO 1 (7th) ESO 2 (8th) ESO 3 (9th)MATHEMATICS 4 4 3NATURAL SCIENCES 2 2PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY 3 2CATALAN Language and Literature 4 3 3SPANISH Language and Literature 3 3 3MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE 4 3 3SOCIAL SCIENCES 3 3 3PE (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) 2 2 2TECHNOLOGY 2 2 2MUSIC 2 2VISUAL and PLASTIC EDUCATION 2 2CITIZENSHIP 1Religion / Alternatives 2 R 1 R 1 ROPTIONAL or ELECTIVE SUBJECTS 1Q 2 QFORM TUTOR 1 1 1TOTAL 30 30 30
  • 7. 1. Presentació Centre.2. Currículum ESO i BTX.3. Pla de Llengües Estrangeres:3.1. Anglès.3.2. Alemany.3.3. Francès.ESO 4PROFESSIONAL432333323113130SUBJECTS ESO 4TECHNOLOGYESO 4SCIENCESESO 4HUM/SOCMATHEMATICS 4 4 4BIOLOGY1/ COMPUTING23132PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY 3 3Catalan Language and Literature 3 3 3Spanish Language and Literature 3 3 3Modern Foreign Language 3 3 3SOCIAL SCIENCES 3 3 3PE Physical Education 2 2 2TECHNOLOGY 3LATIN1/ MUSIC231Visual and Plastic EducationEthical and CivicEducation1 1 1Religion / Alternatives 1 1 1Optional or Elective Subjects 3 3 3Form Tutor 1 1 1TOTAL 30 30 30CURRICULUCURRICULUMM ESO 4ARTISTIC433332323113130
  • 8. MONDAYMONDAY TUESDAYTUESDAY WEDNESDAYWEDNESDAY THURSDAYTHURSDAY FRIDAYFRIDAY8.00 – 9.008.00 – 9.00 SPANISH MATHS Música PhysicalEducationTechnology9.00 – 10.009.00 – 10.00 English /German /FrenchNATURALSCIENCESCATALAN SOCIALSCIENCESCATALAN10.00 – 11.0010.00 – 11.00 CATALAN Alter./ReligionEnglish /German /FrenchSPANISH MATHSBREAKBREAK11.30 – 12.3011.30 – 12.30 SOCIALSCIENCESCATALAN SOCIALSCIENCESEnglish /German /FrenchNATURALSCIENCES12.30 – 13.3012.30 – 13.30 MATHS English /German /FrenchAlter/Religion MATHS SOCIALSCIENCES13.30 – 14.3013.30 – 14.30 PhysicalEducationSPANISH FORMTUTORTechnology MUSICTIMETABLETIMETABLEESO 1Year 7
  • 9. BTX 1 CURRICULUM HoursOBL CATALAN 2OBL SPANISH 2OBL MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE 3OBL PHILOSOPHY and CITIZENSHIP 2OBL Sciences of the Contemporary World 2OBL PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2OBL TUTORING 1MOD 4 OPTIONAL MODALITY SUBJECTS 16TOTAL 301 X 4
  • 10. BTX 2 CURRICULUM HoursOBL CATALAN 2OBL SPANISH 2OBL MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE 3OBL HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY 3OBL HISTORY OF SPAIN 3OBL TUTORING 1OBL 4 OPTIONAL MODALITY SUBJECTS 16TOTAL 301X4
  • 11. Modalities of Baccalaureate1- Science and Technology2- Sciences3- Social Sciences4- Humanities5- Plastic Arts6- Performing Arts and Music
  • 12. Your subtopic goes herePLAN OF MULTILINGUALEDUCATIONDEALING WITH DIVERSITYand TRANSVERSALITY
  • 13. MATHEMATICSSPANISHCATALANFOREIGN LANGUAGE1r ESO (7THGRADE)Group AENGLISHwith Mr. Bond1r ESO (7THGRADE)Group BENGLISHwith Ms. Beckam1r ESO (7THGRADE)Group ABENGLISHwith Mr. Bean
  • 14.  The study of foreign languages in our secondary school aims tointegrate all students and to give them the opportunityto communicate in a foreign language, especially English (but alsoFrench and German) considering the importance of tourism in thearea where we live. We also believe that all students should achieve some keycompetences in one or two Modern Foreign Languages that willallow them to communicate and feel they belong to a Europeanframework, in which everybody has to master almost one foreignlanguage. It is also part of our curriculum to highlight the bonds of our cultureand language with Latin and Greek and the culture of Ancient Romeand Ancient Greece.The English Department cooperates with other Departments fromour school and with other two secondary schools of Tarragona andReus in order to achieve the above mentioned objectives (forFrench) and with a British Secondary School in Banbury. The German Department cooperates since 1991 with a secondaryschool in Germany (Rosenstein Gymnasium in Heubach)
  • 15. Trips and ExchangesYears 8-9Exchange withBanbury (England)8 daysYears 9-10Trip to NimesFrance7 daysYear 10Exchange withHeubach (Germany)13 daysYears 11-12Trip to Berlin(Germany)8 daysYear 11Trips to London, Paris, Rome, Prague,Venice, Granada, Berlin… 8 days
  • 16. Trips and Exchanges
  • 17. Common EuropeanFramework of Referencefor Languages
  • 18. Your subtopic goes herePLAN OF MULTILINGUALEDUCATIONFRENCH
  • 19. 6 hours of FrenchGROUP HOURS AWEEKCRITERIA CONTENTSESO 2(8thGrade) 1SecondForeignLanguageBasic vocabularyand structures tocommunicate inFrenchESO 3(9thGrade) 2SecondForeignLanguageReviewing andproviding morecomplex structuresof Oral FrenchESO 4(10thGrade) 3SecondForeignLanguageUsing their previousknowledge toachieve a pre-intermediate level ofFrench
  • 20. DELF A1 (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) A1DELF A2 A2DELF B1 B1DELF B2 B2DELF C1 C1DELF C2 C2INTERNATIONAL EXAMS
  • 21. Your subtopic goes herePLAN OF MULTILINGUALEDUCATIONGERMAN
  • 22. COMPULSARYSECONDARYEDUCATIONFirst Modern ForeignLanguageSecond Modern ForeignLanguage1r d’ESO (Year 7) 4 hours per week Alternative: 2 hours a week2n d’ESO (Year 8) 3 13r d’ESO (Year 9) 3 24t d’ESO (Year 10) 3 3BACCALAUREATENon-Compulsary EducationFirst Modern ForeignLanguageSecond Modern ForeignLanguage1r BTX (Year 11) 3 hours per week 4 hours a week2n BTX (Year 12) 3 0 (next year problably 4)
  • 23. Start Deutsch 1 (SD1) A1Start Deutsch 2 (SD2) A2Zertifikat Deutsch (ZD) B1Zertifikat Deutsch für den Beruf (ZDB) B2Zentrale Mittelstufenprüfung (ZMP) C1Zentrale Oberstufenprüfung (ZOP) / KleinesDeutsches Sprachdiplom (KDS)C2INTERNATIONAL EXAMS
  • 24. OBJECTIVES:FIRST MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE:1r i 2n d’ESO (Year 7-8)  A13r i 4t d’ESO (Year 9-10)  A21r i 2n BTX (Year 11-12)  B1SECOND MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE:1r a 4t d’ESO (Year 7-10)  A11r BTX (Year 11)  A1.22n BTX (Year 12)  A2 – A2+
  • 25. Your subtopic goes herePLAN OF MULTILINGUALEDUCATIONENGLISH
  • 26. DEALING WITH ENGLISH IN OUR CURRICULUM (ESO)English is the foreign language that most students choose and itis studied in all the levels as a first foreign language and only inthe ESO stage as a second foreign language (for those whohave taken German). For all of them the main objective is tomaster the key competences and to be able to communicate inEnglish. Therefore, catering for diversity is essential since notall the students achieve the same objectives at the same timeand diversity is arranged this way. Special-needs students with an adapted curriculum. Low-level students in a small group. High-level students of CLIL. High-level students who take English as a second foreignlanguage. Advanced students who participate in the 6th Englishcompetition for Catalan schools The Fonix.
  • 27. GROUPS OF CRITERIA MATERIAL FOLLOW-UP WORKSpecial-needsstudents (lowlevel diversity)Students with seriousdifficulties to follow anaverage class.Adapted material to suittheir learning needs.The teachers of the group and theclass teacher working with theteam of teachers.Small group(low-leveldiversity)Students who do poorlyin the tests and needfurther review.The same material as inthe ordinary class butwithfurther review, whennecessary.The teachers of the group and theclass teacher working with theteam of teachers. When the levelof the class is achieved, they canbe incorporated there.CLIL(high-leveldiversity)Content andLanguageIntegrated LearningAdvanced students whocan understand a widerange of topics inEnglish-1st of ESO: Naturalscience in English-2nd of ESO: Physics andChemistry in English-3rd of ESO: Biology inEnglishThe teachers of the group andworking with the team of teachersof Natural Science, Physics andChemistry and Biology.2nd language(high-leveldiversity)Students of Germanwho take English as anoptional subjectAdvanced real materialto provide naturalcontexts to communicatein English.The teachers of the group andthe class teacher working with theteam of teachers.The Fonix 2013(high-levediversity)Highly advancedstudents who are willingto participate.Suitable material tosucceed in passing thestages of thecompetition.The teacher of Englishresponsible for the competition inour school.
  • 28. CLIL - Content and Language Integrated LearningSTUDENTSAimed at students aged 12-15 with an above-averagelevel of English.SUBJECTS INVOLVEDA- Natural Science ESO 1, Year 7 (aged 12-13)B- Technology ESO 1 and ESO 2 , Years 7-8C- Physics and Chemistry ESO 2, Year 8 (aged 13-14)D- Biology ESO 3, Year 9 (aged 14-15)OBJECTIVEMAKE THE STUDENTS AS FLUENT IN ENGLISH ASPOSSIBLE
  • 29. How do we accomplish this?1-English is the only language used in the classroom.Students’ mother tongue is only used whencommunication fails.2-All teaching material provided is in English and mostof it authentic : science and English books, the Internet,e-magazines, e-newspapers, listenings, on-lineinterviews, songs, films, e-pen-pals, an English languageassistant, etc.3-Planning with the science teacher and working as ateam is pivotal to the successful outcome of the project.Thus, depending on the topics dealt with in the scienceclass the English teacher will carry out different activitiesin order to make the most of the learning process.CLIL
  • 30. TYPES OF ACTIVITIESThese activities are carried out mainly in pairs andsmall groups.A. Preparatory activities:1- To go over the specific vocabulary (related to thecontent) the students will be using in the science class,laying stress on the pronunciation.2- To highlight any difficult or relevant, new structuresthey will need and provide them with grammarexplanations when required and practical exercises, sothat they are prepared to fully understand andcommunicate in English.3- To work together with the students so they can tackletheir science projects successfully.CLIL
  • 31. B. Revision activities:Revise the contents, the vocabulary, and thepronunciation for a science test by doing quizzesand games, on the Internet, related to the topic theyhave gone through in the science class.C. Follow-up activities:Any of the following tasks linked to the topic:Webquests, interviews, debates, role-plays, oralpresentations, news reports and so on.CLIL
  • 32. CLILAssesment Chart:Class and homework: 10%Use of English in the class: 10%CLIL activities: 10%Oral Test: 10%Term’s Test (60%) : 10% Listening skills10% Reading skills10% Writing skills30% Grammar & vocabulary
  • 33. SMILESMILE PROJECThttps://sites.google.com/site/pelesmileprojects/The SMiLE Programme:Student Mobility in Learning EnglishSMiLE is a joint coordination programme between the Department ofEnglish & German Studies (University Rovira i Virgili) and the SecondarySchools (INS) in Tarragona. It began in the academic year 2009-2010 as apilot scheme, coordinated by:Liz Russell: Department of English & German Studies, URV.Mònica Escarcelle: INS Martí i Franquès.Susana de Llobet: International Office, URV.The SMiLE programme is especially designed for incoming Erasmusstudents to the Department of English & German Studies in the URV.Its aim is twofold: to promote English, French and German in thesecondary schools and to offer work placement exercises for incomingErasmus students, especially those who might wish to specialise inTEFL.Erasmus students working as language assistants will obtain 8E.C.T.S. after completing 40 hours of work placement.
  • 34. A1KET (Key English Test) A2PET (Preliminary English Test) B1FCE (First Certificate in English) B2CAE (Certificate Advanced English) C1CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) C2INTERNATIONAL EXAMS

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