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  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA ESTATAL DEL CARCHI CURRICULUM CATEDRÁTICOCEDULA 040093893-2APELLIDO PATERNO CASTROAPELLIDO MATERNO GUERRERONOMBRES JAIRO IVÁNFECHA_NACIMIENTO 12-11-1970EDAD 40ESTADO_CIVIL SOLTEROTELEFONO Fijo: 2982-932 Cel.: 097103746 Cdla del Chofer: Rio Putumayo yDIRECCION_DOMICILIARIA Guayas esq. FORMACIÓN_ PROFESIONAL Bachiller en Ciencias Sociales: COLEGIO NACIONAL BOLÍVAR Licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación, Profesor de Enseñanza media en la Especialización de Idiomas: Inglés y Francés: UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL ECUADOR. Tecnólogo en Análisis de Sistemas Informáticos: SECAP CARCHI Diploma Superior En Currículo por Competencias : UTA-UPEC FORMACION COMPLEMENTARIA Módulo de Diseño Curricular por Competencias: UTA Módulo de Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas: UTA Módulo de Elaboración de Módulos: UTA Módulo de Evaluación con base en Normas de Competencia: UTA Seminario-Taller de “ Formación por competencias”
  2. 2. Seminario-taller TEACHING KNOWLEDGE TEST, Modulo 1 : MECProyecto CRADLE- CCurso "KEY ENGLISH TEST”: MEC “DINAMEP”Seminar –workshop “ Impacts of the Technology in English Teaching”UPECTraining Seminar-Workshop: “Methodology of language Teaching andCurriculum Evaluation” UPEC DOMINIO_PAQUETES_ INFORMATICOSWindows /2000/XP/ VistaPaquete Office: Word, Excel, Power PointTraductor GlobalinkMicrosoft Encarta, 2010: Biblioteca de consultaInternet - Correo Electrónico – Navegación EXPERIENCIA_ DOCENTEProfesor de Inglés: Colegio Nacional "José de la Cuadra" QuitoProfesor Titular de Inglés: Instituto Tecnológico "Bolívar" TulcánDocente de la UPEC : Septiembre 2008-Febrero 2009 Marzo-Agosto 2009 Septiembre 2009 – Febrero 2010 Marzo-Agosto 2010 Septiembre 2010 – Febrero 2011 Marzo 2011 – Agosto 2011
  3. 3. 3STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF CARCHI ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PROGRAM Module “BEGINNING A1.2” PROFESSOR: JAIRO CASTRO G. ACADEMIC SEMESTER: MARCH -AUGUST 2011 LEVEL: SECOND Tulcán, April 2011
  4. 4. 4I. BASIC DATA OF THE MODULECODE:EPPUPEC REQUIREMENTS: KIND OF COMPETENCE:  Have approved English A1.1GENERIC: ( X )  Have taken the placement test.SPECIFIC: ( )  Basic Knowledge of NTICs. CREDITS: LEVEL  Interest for learning and active 5 SECOND performance.  Attitude to work in team.  Attitude to participate in class.PROFESSOR PROFILE:NAME:JAIRO IVÁN CASTRO GUERREROCONTACT TELEPHONE: HOUSE 062982932E-MAIL: ivancas2004@yahoo.es
  5. 5. 5II. FORMATIVE ROUTEProblematic nodeLimited development of the macro communicative English skills (listening,speaking, reading and writing).Global CompetenceLearners can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiarmatters regularly encountered in work, schools, leisure, etc. Can deal withmost situations likely to arrive whilst traveling in an area where the language isspoken. Can produce simple connected texts on topics which are familiar or ofpersonal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes andambitions and briefly give reasons and explanation for opinions and plans.Specific CompetenceLearners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerningmyself, my family and immediate concrete surrounding when people speakslowly and clearly. Can understand familiar names, words and very simplesentences. Can interact a simple way provided the other person is prepared torepeat or rephrase things at a slower rate of speech and help me formulatewhat I’m trying to say. Can use simple phrases and sentences to describewhere I live and people I know. Can write a short, simple postcard. ACHIEVEMENT COMPETENCE ELEMENTSNº LEVELS (Systematic actions to make the competence) To identify basic vocabulary and structures through Basic Theoretic1 listening, reading, speaking and writing about food and Understanding drink. To analyze the differences between present simple Superior and present progressive through reading listening,2 Theoretic speaking, and writing about dates, season, celebration Critical analysis and jobs. Practice To demonstrate by dialogues the development of3 Theoretic linguistics skills (reading, listening, speaking and Acceptable writing) using the past tense and time expressions Apply the different ways of communication (listening, Practice Reading, speaking and writing ) with satisfactory4 Theoretic performance using future tenses and vocabulary about advance places and countries Making projects that permitted apply the English Practice language useful in personal, public, occupational and5 Theoretic educational domain. And each one is described in Creative terms of location, institutions or organizations, persons, objects, events, operations and texts.
  6. 6. 6Inter-discipline Work (integrated knowledge of the modules in the samesemester which help to get this competence)  Oral and writing report according to the level  Use of study techniques to draw the interest of the student and motivate him or her To be dedicated to learning English.  NTICs and Elaboration of Projects
  7. 7. 7III. LEARNING METHODOLOGYDIDACTIC APPROACH: ( Methodology for performing the competences )Methodology of Learning Based in ProblemsMethodology to develop the logical thoughtSimulations. Experiential cycle. Multiple Intelligences, Communicative Approach, Total Physical Response, CommunityLanguage LearningWhole Language, Task-Based Language Teaching, Showing videos, readings, articles etc.UNIT COMPETENCE: The student learns to express likes and dislikes regarding food and discussing food and eatinghabits various aspects of their daily life, like current events, celebrations, the weather or people´s jobs activities in thepast like, vacations, past situations and accidents. Making comparisons, predictions and on-the- spot decisions. Allthis is done by using the right grammar structures and working with the right values and morals such as respect,discipline, honesty, truth and patience. MODULE COMPETENCE ELEMENTS OF COMPETENCE MODULE 1.Expressing likes and dislikes. Making, accepting  Expressing likes and dislikes about food and refusing offers  Ordering food  Making offers  Accepting and refusing offers  Asking and answering about quantities  Discussing food and eating habits
  8. 8. 8  Asking and answering about dates  Discussing current eventsMODULE 2. Discussing current events, weather and  Describing people´s clothescelebrations. Telling what people do and wear.  Giving reasons  Discussing celebrations  Discussing between habitual actions and current events  Discussing the weather  Identifying people´s clothesMODULE 3.Telling about things that happened to us in the  Discussing activities in the pastpast such as vacations we have had certain situation and or  Discussing a vacationaccidents. Telling others how we feel  Describing feelings  Narrating a story  Discussing past situations/accidents  Understanding sequence  Discussing future plans and arrangementsMODULE 4. Conversing about what one plans to do in the  Expressing obligation and prohibitionfuture while making predictions and spontaneous decisions.  Making predictions and on the spot decisions  Making comparisons Understanding information about countries
  9. 9. 9 SPECIFIC MOTIVATIONAL DIDACTICCOMPETENCE COGNITIVE AFFECTIVE PROCEDURE CONTENTS STRATEGIESELEMENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS TIME How to apply? Strategies, What knowledge? Which attitudes methods and with? techniques 1 FOOD: Vocabulary Having interest on  Role play 15 H Expressing likes Knowledge and To match the pictures with the topic.  Work in pairs and dislikes about Application of the words and check the  Exchange food. vocabulary: answers. Respecting likes information Ordering food. Food, Drink, Structures: and dislikes about  Match Making offers. containers. To differ countable and the food.  Analysis Accepting and Structures: uncountable nouns  Individual refusing offers. countable and Reading: Sharing development Asking and uncountable nouns, To find through the reading information with  Heuristic answering about and, some, any, specific information. others conversation quantities. would like, How Listening / Pronunciation  ObservationDiscussing food and much, How many, To play the CD and hear  Watch theeating habits. Object personal conversations, a street video pronouns. survey; then answer the Difference between questions. the sounds: /g/, /ʤ/ To distinguish the sounds /g/ Listening: -A /ʤ/ conversation Speaking between two friends. To act out a role play in Three short pairs conversation Writing -A conversation To replace some words with about a party pronouns, then write their Reading: -A dialogue eating habits.
  10. 10. 10 between two teenagers. -A magazine article about birthdays, mother´s day and valentine´s day 2. CELEBRATIONS Vocabulary Respecting the  Role play 15H Asking and To compare the photos with turn to talk.  Work in pairs answering about Knowledge and the words and match, to  Exchange dates. Application of deduce the meaning of the Expressing needs information Discussing current vocabulary: words. Structures and feelings.  Match events. Months, Ordinals, To discover the formation  Analysis Describing people´s Dates, Clothes, and use of the present Honesty  Individual clothes. Celebrations, Jobs, progressive and simple development Giving reasons. weather, seasons. present, to explain when we Showing interest.  Heuristic Discussing Structures: Present use why or because for conversation celebrations. Simple vs. Present answering. Reading  Observation Discussing between Progressive, Why? / To understand the reading  Watch the habitual actions and Because….. by looking at the pictures video current events. Difference between and predicting new words, Discussing the the sounds: / n /, / ŋ / Listening / Pronunciation weather. To play the CD and hear Identifying people´s conversations, a radio show,clothes to distinguish the sounds /n/ and / ŋ / predict.
  11. 11. 11 Speaking To dramatize the dialogues in pairs Writing To complete the text with the words in the box 3. VACATION Vocabulary Interesting on the  Role play 20HDiscussing activities Knowledge and To look at the pictures with topic.  Work in pairsin the past. Application of the words and deduce the  ExchangeDiscussing a vocabulary: meaning. Recognizing the informationvacation. Geographical Structures importance of the  MatchDescribing feelings. Features, Vacation To notice the formation and English language.  AnalysisNarrating a story. activities, Adjectives, use of the past simple with  IndividualDiscussing past transportation, Years, regular and irregular verbs, Correcting others’ developmentsituations/accidents. Camping equipment. then circle the correct mistakes with  HeuristicUnderstanding Structures: answer. respect conversationsequence. Past simple, Regular  Observation and irregular verbs, Reading Respecting other  Watch the Time expressions, To underline the unknown cultures video Prepositions (by, in). words read all the phrases Difference the “-ed” and guess the meaning. Listening to other endings sounds: / t /, Listening/Pronunciation people. / d /, / ɪd / To play the CD and hear conversations. To listen and distinguish the sounds / t /, / d /, / ɪd /in speaking. To generate dialogues in pairs about a trip Writing To write a short paragraph about a trip.
  12. 12. 12 4. OUR WORLD Vocabulary Doing tasks with  Role play 15H Discussing future Knowledge and To match the opposites and responsibility and  Work in pairs plans and Application of deduce the meaning. enthusiasm.  Exchange arrangements. vocabulary: Structures information Expressing Points of the To identify the different Self-confidence for  Match obligation and compass Opposite forms of future then communicating in  Analysis prohibition. adjectives, numbers, complete the table. English.  Individual Making predictions vacations. Reading development and on the spot Structures: Future To deduce the meaning of Accepting  Heuristic decisions. with Present the unknown words from the criticisms. conversation Making progressive, Going context, explain when  Observation comparisons. to, Will; Time necessary.  Watch theUnderstanding expressions, Listening / Pronunciation Correcting videoinformation about must/mustn’t. To listen to conversations, mistakes withcountries. Comparative and advertisements then, kindness. superlative forms. students choose the correct Identify the silent answers. Search sources of letters. To listen and distinguish the information. silent letters Speaking Working in groups. To generate spontaneous dialogues in pairs about Correcting each TOTAL future event other with Writing kindness. To write a short paragraph about plans for the weekend.
  13. 13. 13 20HLAB ACTIVITIES Use the English - Listening to get the main Self-confidence for - Working material provided by idea communicating in individually the English English Proficiency Program - Listening for details - Enthusiasm in - Sharing Use the English learning English information Computer Program - Helping each “American English” other - Activities for pre according to the level - Inference details - respecting other – listening, during of the students. people’s turn Use The English during speaking listening and post Computer Program - Respecting the listening “English for All” - Understanding new others according to the level vocabulary - Being a good Singing the song of the students. listener in group Use songs and - practicing pronunciation - feeling motivated videos to learn in English class Asking and English. answering questions about the song
  14. 14. 14 5. Project 1 80HMaking projects that Describe the weather Use some of the symbols Self working  Mappermits students to in 3 different areas in below to help you.  Picturesapply the English their country.  Posterslanguage usefully in  Graphicspersonal, public, Project 2occupational and Students Open their Are they cheap or Work in group  Clotheseducational domain. wardrobe and write expensive? How often do  PicturesAnd each one is about their favorite you wear them? Why do youdescribed in terms of clothes. like them?location, institutions ororganizations, persons, Project 3 Self working  Posterobjects, events, A famous Ecuadorian Write a paragraph about a  Pictureoperations and texts. persons biography. famous person and say when they were born, where, why they are Project 4 famous, etc. Attach photos. Work in group  Pictures Students write about Encourage  Postcard their own country and Write a paragraph about  Time Table what region they like what you are going to do the best tomorrow. 8:00 breakfast 10:00 sightseeing: Big Ben, the Tower of London, London Bridge, etc. 13:00 lunch 15:00 shopping 17:00 free time 19:00 go to the theatre to watch a Shakespeare play 21:00 dinner TOTAL…………………………160 H
  15. 15. 15FINAL PRODUCT.-Learners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning themselves, their family andimmediate concrete surrounding when people speak slowly and clearly. They can understand familiar names,words and very simple sentences. They can interact in a simple way provided the other person is prepared torepeat or rephrase things at a slower pace and help them formulate what they are trying to say. Students canuse simple phrases and sentences to describe where they live and people they know. They can write a short,simple postcard to a friend.
  16. 16. 16IV. EVALUATION PLAN WEIGHING UP SCORE9.0 to 10.0 Distinction- (Pass with merit)8.0 to 8.9 Credit- ( Pass)7.0 to 7.9 Pass – ( Narrow Fail)4.0 to 6.9 FailSpecific CompetenceLearners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning myself,my family and immediate concrete surrounding when people speak slowly andclearly. Can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences. Caninteract a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrasethings at a slower rate of speech and help me formulate what I’m trying to say.Can use simple phrases and sentences to describe where I live and people Iknow. Can write a short, simple postcard. ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS LEVEL INSTRUMENTS OF VALUATION (BASED IN THE LEVELS) To match the pictures with the  Reading texts and correct words and check the answers. mistakes  Writing paragraphs about To differ countable and different topics 1 uncountable nouns, then  Dialogues in pairs, questions complete the table  Listening for selecting information Respecting likes and dislikes  Watching the video for selecting about the food information To discover the formation and  Reading texts and correct use of the present progressive mistakes and simple present, to explain  Writing paragraphs about when we use why or because for different topics answering.  Dialogues in pairs, questions,  Listening for selecting 2 To understand the reading by information looking at the pictures and  Watching the video for selecting predicting new words, information Expressing needs and feelings. Showing interest To underline the unknown words  Reading texts and correct read all the phrases and guess mistakes the meaning.  Writing paragraphs about different topics 3 To play the CD and hear  Dialogues in pairs conversations,  Questions, Texts  Listening for selecting To listen and distinguish the information sounds / t /, / d /, / id /
  17. 17. 17  Watching the video for selecting To generate dialogues in pairs information about a trip Recognizing the importance of the English language To generate spontaneous  Reading texts and correct dialogues in pairs about future mistakes event  Writing paragraphs about different topics To write a short paragraph about  Dialogues in pairs 4 plans for the weekend.  Questions  Listening for selecting Self confidence for information communicating in English  Watching the video for selecting information Search sources of information  Tests To apply English language use  Grammar and Vocabulary according the domains  Discourse Management  Pronunciation 5  Interactive Communication  Room project  Oral projectFINAL PRODUCT.-Learners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning myself,my family and immediate concrete surrounding when people speak slowly andclearly. Can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences. Caninteract a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrasethings at a slower rate of speech and help me formulate what I’m trying to say.Can use simple phrases and sentences to describe where I live and people Iknow. Can write a short, simple postcard. TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTS (suggested):Graphic organizers, investigation reports, folders.Portfolios: Teachers and studentsObservation: Observation GuideInterview: Interview GuidesTest: Questionnaire Innovative practicesProjects: English language use
  18. 18. 18 PROCESS OF VALUATIONApplication of: oneself-evaluation, co-evaluation, hetero-evaluation withevidences, using techniques and instruments to value competences. DIAGNOSTIC FORMATIVE PERFORMING EVALUATION EVALUATION EVALUATIONAchievement Indicators Evidences of procedure Promotion ( requirements) and attitude contents Determine the level of Identify basic vocabulary The will be able to: vocabulary and about food, celebration, knowledge grammar vacation and our world.  Identify vocabulary structures through a about food, questionnaire. Discover the differences celebrations, vacation, among present simple, and our world. Diagnose the level of present progressive, past fluency and correct and future tenses  Compare grammar pronunciation through structures like: a dialogue. Express needs and countable and feelings. uncountable nouns, Read paragraphs to would like, How much / select general and To generate dialogues in many /, Regular and specific information pairs about different irregular verbs, Time topics expressions, Present, Listen the dialogues Recognize the Past, Future Tenses, for specific information importance of the English Prepositions, etc. language  Understand the text Write short paragraphs and predict new word about plans for the through reading. weekend, food, celebrations.  Distinguish the different sounds as: / g Self confidence for / / dz /, / n / / ŋ /, / t /, communicating in English / d /, / id / and silent letters.  To generate dialogues with satisfactory performance (speaking)  To write short paragraphs about trips, vacation.
  19. 19. 19V. TABLE OF INSTRUCTIVE GUIDES FOR AUTONOMOUS WORK# ELEMENTS INSTRUCTIONS RESOURCES FINAL PRODUCT TIMEGUIDE (INDICATIONS) Element 1  Develop the Workbook,  Professor- students  To identify basic 10H To identify basic vocabulary Module 5.  Student’s Book and vocabulary and and structures through  Read and listen the CD- Workbook. grammar listening, reading, speaking ROM which contains  CD-ROM, Tests CD, structures about 1 and writing about food and dialogues, stories texts Class CD, food and drink. drink. and songs. Laboratory.  Prepare oral lessons in computer, infocus pairs each class about the  Internet, Videos last topic. Element 2  Develop the Workbook,  Professor- students  Compare grammar 10H To analyze the differences Module 5.  Student’s Book and structures like: between present simple and  Read and listen the CD- Workbook. countable and present progressive through ROM which contains  CD-ROM, Tests CD, uncountable 2 reading listening, speaking, dialogues, stories texts Class CD, nouns, would like, and writing about dates, and songs. Laboratory. How much / many season, celebration and  Prepare oral lessons in computer, infocus /, Regular and jobs pairs each class about the  Internet, Videos irregular verbs, last topic. Prepositions, etc Element 3  Develop the Workbook,  Professor- students  Understand the 10H To demonstrate by Module 5.  Student’s Book and text and predict dialogues the development  Read and listen the CD- Workbook. new words. 3 of linguistics skills (reading, ROM which contains  CD-ROM, Tests CD,  Distinguish the listening, speaking and dialogues, stories texts Class CD, different sounds writing) using the past tense and songs. Laboratory. as:/ g /, / dz /, / n / and time expressions  Prepare oral lessons in computer, infocus / ŋ /, / t /, / d /, /
  20. 20. 20 pairs each class about the  Internet, Videos id / and silent last topic. letters.  To generate small dialogues with satisfactory performance. Element 4  Develop the Workbook,  Professor- students  To generate 10H To apply the different ways Module 5.  Student’s Book and dialogues with of communication (listening,  Read and listen the CD- Workbook. satisfactory Reading, speaking and ROM which contains  CD-ROM, Tests CD, performance and4 writing ) with satisfactory dialogues, stories texts Class CD, write short performance using future and songs. Laboratory. paragraphs about tenses and vocabulary  Prepare oral lessons in computer, in focus trips, vacation, about places and countries pairs each class about the  Internet, Videos food, celebrations. last topic. Projects Project 1  Map The students are able 40H Making projects that Describe the weather in 3  Pictures to apply the English permitted apply the English different areas in your  Posters language skills language useful in personal, country.  Graphics development during public, occupational and Use some of the symbols the class (listening, educational domain. And below to help you. speaking, reading, each one is described in writing) in terms of location, institutions Project 2  Clothes communication5 or organizations, persons, Open your wardrobe and  Pictures objects, events, operations write about your favorite and texts clothes. Are they cheap or expensive? How often do you wear them? Why do you like them?  Posters Project 3  Pictures
  21. 21. 21A famous persons biography.Write a paragraph about afamous person and say whenthey were born, where, whythey are famous, etc. Attachphotos.  Pictures  PostcardProject 4  Time TableYou are going on a trip toLondon, and you are going tofollow this timetable.Write a paragraph about whatyou are going to dotomorrow. 8:00 breakfast10:00 sightseeing: Big Ben,the Tower of London, LondonBridge, etc. 13:00 lunch15:00 shopping 17:00 freetime 19:00 go to the theatreto watch a Shakespeare play21:00 dinner
  22. 22. 22VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY:American to the top, Beginner, Student’s BookAmerican to the top, Beginner, WorkbookOxford ESL DictionaryOxford Practical English UsageOxford Practice GrammarLive English Grammar ElementaryTop Grammar Pre-intermediateChannel Grammar Hand Bookwww.englishtown.comwww.profesordeingles.comwww.clase.comwww.mylabschool.comwww.mmpublications.comwww.agendaweb.orgwww.es-lab.comDIDACTIC RESOURCES:  Student’s Book.  Workbook.  Audio CD, CD ROM  Tests CD, Class CD  Laboratory.  Internet.  Videos  Music  Board  Markers  Eraser  Graphics  Maps  Clothes, school tools, products, etc. ( Things of the environment)VII. EVIDENCES
  23. 23. 237.1 Record Enrolment at the English ProgramAcademic Semester: March 2011 – August 2011 Working day: IN THE AFTERNOONWORK TIME: 4 HOURS PER WEEK FROM MONDAY TO THURSDAY (17H00 - 18H00)Level: SECOND N° STUDENT´S LAST NAMES STUDENT´S NAMES1 AZA TARAMUEL JORGE ARMANDO2 BOLAÑOS ALDAS ANA KAREN3 CAIÑO CHIMBOLEMA JESSICA ALEXANDRA4 CUASPUD PALCHUCAN ELSA CRISTINA5 GUEVARA JURADO JOHANA STEPHANY6 HERRERA GUAMIALAMA FERNANDA MARISOL7 NARVAEZ FIGUEROA JENNY EUGENIA8 NARVAEZ HERNANDEZ EVELIN VERÓNICA9 PUETATE MENESES BYRON MARCELO10 RUANO CANDO GABRIELA LISBETH11 SANCHEZ MAFLA JOHNNY FERNANDO12 VILAÑA BURBANO CRISTIAN GABRIEL13 YUGCHA CUASTUMAL MIGUEL ANGEL7.1 Record Enrolment at the English ProgramAcademic Semester: March 2011 – August 2011 Working day: IN THE MORNINGWORK TIME: 4 HOURS PER WEEK ONLY SATURDAYS (08H00 - 12H00)Level: SECOND N° STUDENT´S LAST NAMES STUDENT´S NAMES1 CHALACAN PORTILLA DANIEL EDUARDO2 FIGUEROA MALTE MERCEDES ELIZABETH3 JOSSA PASPUEZAN CLAUDIA ALEJANDRA4 MEJIA NARVAEZ MARIANA DEL CARMEN5 PEÑAFIEL HERNANDEZ ESTEFANY PAMELA6 RIVADENEIRA SANTACRUZ DIANA CAROLINA7 ROMAN TIRIRA GLORIA MARINA8 ROMO GUEVARA YESSENIA MARIBEL9 SABA ZAMBRANO LENNIN10 TOBAR OLIVO FRANKLIN RODRIGO
  24. 24. 247.2 ACADEMIC SCHEDULE UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA ESTATAL DEL CARCHI ACADEMIC PLAN SEMESTER MARCH* AUGUST 2011 ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PROGRAMACADEMIC DATEACTIVITIES 2011 st thENROLLMENT 21 - 26 MARCHENGLISH – FRENCHSTARTING CLASS 28th MARCHENDING CLASS 20th AUGUST HOLIDAYS 7th – 8th MARCH CARNAVAL 5th APRIL UPEC ANIVERSARY 11th APRIL TULCÁN FESTIVITIES 22nd APRIL GOOD FRIDAY 1st MAY WORK DAY 24th MAY PICHINCHA BATTLE 10th AUGUST FIRST SHOUT OF INDEPENDENCE GRADE REPORTMID GRADE 6th – 7th JUNEFINAL GRADE 17th - 22nd AUGUSTGRADE REPORT 23rd - 27th AUGUSTB.A LUIS A. QUISHPECOORDINATOR
  25. 25. 257.3 TEACHER’S SCHEDULE CLASSES SCHEDULE AND ROOMLEVEL WORKING DAY TIME ROOMSIXTH- SEVENTH IN THE EVENING: FROM 20H00 TO 22H00 5 MONDAY TO THURSDAYSECOND IN THE AFTERNOON: FROM 17H00 TO 18HOO 5 MONDAY TO THURSDAYSECOND IN THE MORNING: ONLY 08H00 TO 12H00 5 SATURDAYS7.4 CURRICULAR GRID ENGLISH PROFICIENCY CURRICULUM BASIC USER INDEPENDENT USER A B A1 A2 A2+ B1+ BEGININNG INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED I II LEVELS A1.1 A1.2 A2.1 A2.2 A2.2.1 A2.2.2 B1.1 B1.2 I II III IV V VI VII VIII 40 CREDITS THE PROGRAMM 5 CREDITS EACH LEVEL 80 HOURS 80 HOURS CLASSES AUTONOMY WORKING TOTAL PROGRAMM HOURS 640 HOURS CLASSES 640 HOURS AUTONOMY WORKING
  26. 26. 26PROFESSOR: ………………………………………… (SIGNATURE)DELIVERY DATE: APRIL, 2011.

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