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Quality control

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Quality control

  1. 1. Patricia CaamañoDenisse CorderoNatalia GuerreroDaniela Rohde
  2. 2. Background Logos Preschool 5 - 6 years old children first basic A-B-C-D To know in which level(beginning/intermediate/ advanced)are students and apply our English To improve their program according to knowledge their neccesities . estimulating their skills.
  3. 3. Logos Pre-school •First Basic A: 20 students. •First Basic B: 20 students. •First Basic C: 19 students. . •First Basic D: 18 students •Total: 77 students.
  4. 4. English Areas Listening Reading Writing Speaking Students identify Students name letters and objects or images,Students numbers, and Students write answer questionsdemonstrate about objects, read isolated letters,comprehension describe the use of letters and numbers, andof simple nouns the objects and simple words simple words discuss what isand adjectives. aloud. happening in a picture
  5. 5. Pre-test results First Basic “A” LISTENING WRITINGAdvanced Intermediate Beginning Advanced Intermediate Beginning 0% 0% 15% 50% 50% 85%
  6. 6. Pre-test results First Basic “A” READING SPEAKING Advanced Intermediate Beginning Advanced Intermediate Beginning 5% 10%35% 33% 60% 57%
  7. 7. Pre-test results First Basic “A” 1"A" TOTAL SCORE LEVEL Advanced Intermediate Beginning 0% 14% 86%
  8. 8. Early Childhood Development According to Hernández (2008) Principles of Educational ContextThe boys and girls:• Learn through social interact between other children and adults.• They build their knowledge.• Learn playing.• Attention to their differences.
  9. 9. Gross Motor Skills Movement is basicPsychic and motor in children skills interaction. development.
  10. 10. Autonomy(Guia Portage) Solve problems by themselves Social process (construction of knowledge) Active role on learning process
  11. 11. Listening and speaking • Sing songs, tell rhymes, dramatize including gestures (feelings) and body movements • Describe behaviors, actions or functions • Describe pictures • Retell a story in sequence • Understand and answer simple questions.
  12. 12. Reading Students are able to:• Recognize some letters to decode some simple; phonetic words• Identify and recognize from 1 to 3.
  13. 13. Writing Students are able to:• write some isolated letters and numbers .• Write numbers from 1 to 3.• Copy simple words from the board.
  14. 14. Strategies• Fine motor skills• Gross motor skills• Comprehension• Listening• Production
  15. 15. Proposal• Reinforce the importance of using English language at lunch time, recess, bathroom, swimming pool class.• Familiarize children with the language.• Elaborate more works out of the classroom.• Work with concrete and real material.• Make more activities in which the children can explore (meaningful activities).

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