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Plan anual de inglés 2016 2017 10th

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Plan anual de inglés 2016 2017 10th

  1. 1. SUBSECRETARÍA DE FUNDAMENTOS EDUCATIV0S DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE CURRÍCULO Educamos para tener Patria Av. Amazonas N34-451 y Av. Atahualpa, PBX (593-2) 3961322, 3961508 Quito-Ecuador www.educacion.gob.ec ANNUAL CURRICULUM PLAN UNIDAD EDUCATIVA LUIS RIVADENEIRA 2016 - 2017 ANNUAL CURRICULUM PLAN 1. INFORMATION DATA: Area: Foreign Language Subject: English Teachers: MSc. Jesús Granda Ortiz Grade / course 10th Class: “A” Education Level EGB 2. TIME Weekly course load No. of working Learning evaluation and unexpected issues Total class weeks Total periods 5 40 3 37 185 3. GENERAL OBJECTIVES Objectives of the Area Objectives of the level/course Educational Overall Objectives. Level A2.1 Linguistically: Have a limited repertoire of short memorized phrases covering predictable survival situations at the personal and educational level; frequent breakdowns and misunderstandings occur in non- routine situations. Produce brief, everyday expressions in order to satisfy simple needs of concrete types: personal and educational details, daily routines, wants and needs, and requests for information at home or school. Sociolinguistically: Perform and respond to simple language functions, such as exchanging information and requests. Pragmatically: Adapt well-rehearsed simple, memorized phrases to particular circumstances through limited lexical substitution. Level A1.2 10° EGB Linguistic Component Have a limited repertoire of short memorized phrases covering predictable survival situations at the personal and educational level; frequent breakdowns and misunderstandings occur in nonroutin situations. Produce brief, everyday expressions in order to satisfy simple needs of concrete types: personal and educational details, daily routines, wants and needs, and requests for information at home or school Sociolinguistic Component Perform and respond to simple language functions, such as exchanging information and requests. Pragmatic Component Adapt and build well-rehearsed simple, memorized phrases to particular circumstances through limited lexical substitution. 4. TRANSVERSAL AXES : Health care and recreation habits of students/ solidarity Formation of democratic citizenship/ honesty and loyalty
  2. 2. SUBSECRETARÍA DE FUNDAMENTOS EDUCATIV0S DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE CURRÍCULO Educamos para tener Patria Av. Amazonas N34-451 y Av. Atahualpa, PBX (593-2) 3961322, 3961508 Quito-Ecuador www.educacion.gob.ec Sex education/ respect Environmental protection/ justice Interculturality/ equity/ innovation 5. DEVELOPMENT OF PLANNING UNITS* N.º Name of the Unit Specific objectives of the Planning Unit. Contents** Methodology orientation Evaluation*** Time in weeks 1 10th Breakthroughs in Science and Technology You will be able to talk about some inventors and their inventions. Listening Can understand spoken language, live or broadcast. Reading Can red different texts with a large degree of independence.ng Oral Expression Can talk about an outstanding inventor or invention, including details such as who, when, where, what and why. Oral Interaction Can ask and answer wh-questions as well as yes/no questions in the Simple Past tense to discuss discoveries, inventions and creations. Written Can write clear and well- structured texts about general information. Vocabulary: associating images with words Reading: activating previous knowledge reading for details looking at the text quickly Writing: following model texts Listening: paying attention to specific details Speaking: integrating idioms into daily conversations Listening Identifies specific details regarding people, places, times and reasons. Uses background knowledge to aid comprehension. Explores visual aids before listening with the purpose of activating previous knowledge. Reading � Locates main ideas and relevant details in a text. Predicts the content of a reading by taking a look at vocabulary first. Answers information questions. Recognizes the structure of an encyclopedia entry Oral Expression Gives a presentation about an inventor or invention. Plans what to say and rehearses after collecting relevant information about the topic of a presentation. Oral Interaction Asks and answers questions about people and their achievements. Uses idioms to talk about everyday topics. Uses wh-questions to obtain extra details in dialogs. Written Writes an encyclopedia entry. Narrates and connects ideas chronologically when describing important events. 6 2 10th Travel and Adventure You will be able to narrate personal experiences Listening Can understand and extract the essential information from short, recorded passages delivered slowly and clearly, dealing with predictable matters. Reading Can understand short, simple texts on concrete matters which consist of high frequency words. Can identify general topics in a Vocabulary: playing with words Reading: using words with similar meaning recombining knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to understand a text Writing: mapping the events of a narrative into a story map Speaking: paying attention to connectors of sequence Listening Catches the gist of a recorded text by associating it to a corresponding graph. Follows a text transcript to identify specific words in a recording. Understands the meaning of a number of expressions present in a recorded text based on the context in which they appear. Identifies the chronological order of a number of events, accounted for in a recorded text, by paying attention to connectors of sequence and time conjunctions. Identifies details in a narrative by answering wh questions. Reading Uses vocabulary knowledge to aid reading comprehension.
  3. 3. SUBSECRETARÍA DE FUNDAMENTOS EDUCATIV0S DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE CURRÍCULO Educamos para tener Patria Av. Amazonas N34-451 y Av. Atahualpa, PBX (593-2) 3961322, 3961508 Quito-Ecuador www.educacion.gob.ec reading as well as detailed information by applying reading techniques such as skimming and scanning. Oral Expression Can give a short presentation on a specific topic. Oral Interaction Can give or ask for information on general knowledge topics. Written Can write clear and well- structured general information texts. Uses words with similar meanings to summarize information from a reading. Answers wh-questions to help with comprehension of details in a text. Identifies the main elements of a narrative: beginning, middle and end. Oral Expression: Gives an account of a vacation experience in the form of a personal narrative. Oral Interaction Asks and answers questions about people´s vacation activities. Uses idiomatic expressions to talk about traveling experiences. Written Maps the events of a narrative into a story map. Writes a personal narrative in his/her own words by following a model 3 10th Hobbies leisure and Entertainment You will be able to discuss hobbies and free time activities. Listening Can understand and extract the essential information from short, recorded passages, delivered slowly and clearly, dealing with predictable matters. Reading Can understand short, simple texts on matters of a concrete type which consist of high- frequency words. Can establish the structure of a reading paragraph in terms of main ideas and supporting ideas and/ or examples. Oral Expression Can give or ask for information on general knowledge topics. Oral Interaction Can give a short presentation on a specific topic. Written Can write clear and well- structured texts about general information. Vocabulary: looking up new words in the dictionary Reading: using dictionaries Listening Listens for specific information. Follows a text transcript to identify specific words in a recording. Transfers information from a passage into a chart. Follows speakers turn-taking in conversations. Reading Uses vocabulary knowledge to aid reading comprehension. Determines main ideas and supporting information, such as examples. Uses the dictionary to find meanings of new words. Identifies discourse markers that establish the relationship among ideas in paragraphs. Oral Expression Asks and answers questions about people´s hobbies and leisure activities. Uses idiomatic expressions to talk about free time activities. Oral Interaction Gives a presentation about a hobby or favorite pastime. Written Writes a suggestion for a hobby, based on a student’s profile 10th The world is the limit You will be able to make comparisons about places and Listening Can understand spoken language, live or broadcast. Vocabulary: making groups of words around a central concept Listening Identifies specific details that describe places, landmarks and countries around the world.
  4. 4. SUBSECRETARÍA DE FUNDAMENTOS EDUCATIV0S DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE CURRÍCULO Educamos para tener Patria Av. Amazonas N34-451 y Av. Atahualpa, PBX (593-2) 3961322, 3961508 Quito-Ecuador www.educacion.gob.ec 4 people Reading Can read different texts with a large degree of independence. Oral Expression Can give or ask for information on general knowledge topics. Oral Interaction Can give a short presentation on a specific topic. Written Can write clear and well- structured texts about general information. Grammar: paying attention to adjectives that double their last consonant Reading: using graphic organizers to summarize information identifying cognates Listening: paying attention to specific details by focusing on words you know words you know Speaking: Keeping conversations going by using informal expressions Understands the development of a conversation based on turn- taking exchanges. Transfers information to complete charts or specific texts. Reading Categorizes words based on specific criteria. Identifies cognates as a vocabulary aid in reading comprehension. Uses graphic organizers to summarize key information from a reading passage. Answers information questions to establish the content of a reading. Summarizes the contents of a paragraph Oral Expression Asks and answers questions about places, landmarks and people. Creates dialogs based on language prompts. Uses idiomatic expressions to talk about everyday topics. Oral Interaction Asks and answers questions about general knowledge topics. Recombines language elements to create new ideas and dialogs. Written Writes a profile of a celebrity from the sports world. 5 10th Jobs and Occupations You will be able to talk about career choices and occupations. Listening Can understand spoken language, live or broadcast. Reading Can read different texts with a large degree of independence. Oral Expression Can give a short presentation on a specific topic. Oral Interaction Can give or ask for information on general knowledge topics. Written Can write clear and well- structured texts about general information. Vocabulary: discriminating word compound word Reading: Transferring information from graphs and texts to aid comprehension Speaking: Building conversations using sets of ideas or formulaic expressions as cues Writing: developing texts following key concepts or ideas to focus the content of the message Listening Listens for specific information such as words, numbers or particular details. Follows conversations and provides specific information that completes dialogs Reading Predicts the content of a reading by working on word association activities beforehand. Pays attention to words and/or expressions that facilitate the reading of facts, numbers and statistics in texts. Is able to use synonyms to facilitate reading comprehension. Reads graphs and tables to aid his or her reading comprehension processes. Oral Expression Gives information about people´s jobs or occupations. Describes jobs and occupations. Uses idiomatic expressions to talk about everyday topics. Oral Interaction Asks and answers questions about career choices and occupations. Uses formulaic expressions to keep the flow of a conversation. Written Writes a career prospect.
  5. 5. SUBSECRETARÍA DE FUNDAMENTOS EDUCATIV0S DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE CURRÍCULO Educamos para tener Patria Av. Amazonas N34-451 y Av. Atahualpa, PBX (593-2) 3961322, 3961508 Quito-Ecuador www.educacion.gob.ec 6 10th Lifetime Achievements You will be able to talk about people and their achievements Listening Comprehension Can understand spoken language, live or broadcast. Reading Comprehension Can read different texts with a large degree of independence. Oral Interaction Can give a short presentation on a specific topic. Oral Expression Can give or ask for information on general knowledge topics. Written Expression Can write clear and well- structured texts about general information. Vocabulary: associating words with pictures Pronunciation: linking words to help people produce connected speech Listening: categorizing information to aid in comprehension using charts to transfer information Reading: using reference words to keep track of ideas Writing: using reference words as cohesive devices in texts Listening Comprehension Listens for specific information such as names, verb forms or particular details. Follows conversations and provides specific information to complete charts Reading Comprehension Predicts the content of a reading by working on knowledge activation activities. Understands the subject being talked about in a reading by combining previous knowledge with the information in the reading passage. Uses reference words to keep track of ideas in a reading. Infers information from facts presented in a reading passage. Oral Interaction Describes talents and abilities for particular jobs or occupations. Uses idioms to talk about life achievements. Oral Expression Asks and answers questions about career choices and occupations. Uses formulaic expressions to keep the flow of a conversation. Written Expression Writes a short composition about the achievements of a famous person. 6. BIBLIOGRAPHY/ WEBGRAPHY 7. OBSERVATIONS: Educación, M. d. (2014). NATIONAL CURRICULUM SPECIFICATIONS. Quito Ecuador: Ministerio de Educación. Educación, M. d. (2014). NATIONAL CURRICULUM GUIDELINES. Quito, Ecuador: Minsterio de Educación. Núñez, A. (2015). English Level 3. Quito Ecuador: Santillana. DONE BY: REVISED BY: APPROVED BY: TEACHER (S): MSC. Jesús Granda Ortiz Area Director. Lic. Byron Santana Vice Principal Lic. Luzmila Sánchez Signature: Signature: Signature: Date: May/2/2016 Date: May/2/2016 Date: May/2/2016
  6. 6. SUBSECRETARÍA DE FUNDAMENTOS EDUCATIV0S DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE CURRÍCULO Educamos para tener Patria Av. Amazonas N34-451 y Av. Atahualpa, PBX (593-2) 3961322, 3961508 Quito-Ecuador www.educacion.gob.ec

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