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Second task. Methodology

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Second task. Methodology

  1. 1. 1 IV. METHODOLOGY COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING: Create interaction with others. Learn and Discover. Involve real communication. Promote acquisition. Approach the receptive and productive communicative skills in an integrate way. NATURAL APPROACH: Use English in communicative situations. Expose Learners to match comprehensible input. Acquired new language by understanding messages. WHOLE LANGUAGE: Learning proceeds from whole to part. Learning takes place as groups engage in meaningful social interaction. Oral and written languages are required simultaneously. C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
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  3. 3. 3 IV. METHODOLOGY OF PROFILE FORMATION GLOBAL COMPETENCE Learners can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options. LEARNING OUTCOMES STUDENTS LEARNING CONTENT TO GET THE LEARNING OUTCOMES EXPECTED SPECIFIC DIDACTIC STRATEGIES CLASS HOURS COGNITIVE Declarative Knowledge PROCEDUAL Skills and know-how AFFECTIVE Existential T P · Identify words and phrases related to colors, personal times, jobs , adjectives and time · Define the new vocabulary and phrases in the context MODULE ONE: My world Vocabulary: Colors, personal items, jobs, adjectives, telling time; Days of the week/the time MODULE TWO: Things to do Vocabulary: Everyday activities, Days of the week, Jobs, spare – time activities, Types of music, Types of movies, Words / phrases related to technology, Special days; traditions. MODULE THREE: Something different Vocabulary: Family , Furniture and appliances, Rooms and parts of the house, Prepositions of place, Place in a town/City, LISTENING · Listen to the new words, imitate the pronunciation · Listen to a lecture READING · Identifying new vocabulary · Leveling the new word · Reading articles WRITING · Write phrases and sentences by using the new words SPEAKING · Discussing the meaning of the new words · Reproducing new utterance with the new words · Role plays and peer oral work · Discipline · Punctuality · Honesty · Attendance · Responses · Questions · Answers · Revise · Change · Organize · Cooperate · Discuss · Respond · Discriminate · Display · Systematize · Brainstorming ideas. · Underline the new word · Miming · Synonyms, opposites, paraphrasing, and giving definitions. · Visual prompts · Use of bilingual and monolingual dictionary · Flashcards · Use of mother language · Listen and repeat words and phrases · List the words and phrases · Get the meaning words and phrases in context; · Explain the words · Complete the blanks with the words in the box · Listen to the adjectives. Then, match with the definitions · Match de pictures with the words · Match the items in the picture 6 4 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  4. 4. 4 Seasons, The weather , Phrases for letters /E-mails; biographies; life events; emotions; dreams; parts of the body MODULE FOUR: Food for Thought Vocabulary: Containers/ food and drinks/ food courses/ Parts of the body/ ailments/word phrases related to fitness environmental actions; Natural resorts with the words · Complete the sentences with the phrasal verbs · Circle the correct words · Read the table and complete it · Match the words/phrases in the two columns · Use the vocabulary related to daily activities, likes and dislikes, daily routines · Report about the best way to use the free time. · Express suggestions MODULE ONE: My world Grammar: Simple present; Adverbs of frequency; Capital letters. Writing: Sentences about abilities, a paragraph about oneself giving personal information. Developing skills: Punctuation and capital letters MODULE TWO: Things to do Grammar: Present simple, prepositions of time, Would like to / want to, Like / love / enjoy / hate / can’t stand + ing, Adverbs of frequency, How often.? Once / Twice, When, gerund forms; sequence connectors. Writing: Sentences about daily routines, a paragraph about working habits, a paragraph about spare time, a paragraph about likes / dislikes. Word order LISTENING · Listen to a conversation and identify specific vocabulary. · Listen and repeat · Listen and read to find out more information READING · Read a text to find specific information · Look at the title and predict the content of the text WRITING · Complete the table · Write the 3rd person singular for verbs · Correct sentence · Form questions · Complete sentences · Write sentences · Put words in the correct order. · Discipline · Punctuality · Honesty · Attendance · Responses · Questions · Answers · Revise · Change · Organize · Cooperate · Discuss · Respond · Discriminate · Display · Systematize · Complete the table with the verbs in the list · Use the verbs to complete sentences · Find the examples on the postcards · Look at the pictures and complete the texts · Write questions in pairs · Put the verbs in parenthesis in the correct tense · Write the simple past of the verbs · Complete the text · Write a short paragraph · Write a short article · Write a speech · Jot down information · Write a biography · Write a story · Write an article expressing opinions 6 4 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  5. 5. 5 MODULE THREE: Something different Grammar: Present progressive, Whose…?, Possessive pronouns, here is there are, A/AN/THE, Present simple vs. present progressive, Why?/Because Joining words; Time expressions to show sequence of the events. Writing: A paragraph giving news, An E-mail one’s neighborhood and a house /apartment Developing skills: Set phrases for letters and E-mails- answer questions; write a short paragraph; write a story; write a short summary, write a biography MODULE FOUR: Food for thought Grammar: Countable and non- countable nouns/ Some, any, know/ how much…? How many…? / Much many, a lot of, lots of, a few, a little/ Object personal pronouns/ the verb should. Simple future (Will/won’t); Conditionals type 1 and 2 Writing: A paragraph about peoples’ eating habits/ a paragraph giving advice/ An E- mail asking for advice/ Developing skills : Linking words (and , but, so, because) ; · Write a short paragraph · Write a short article about your favorite day · Write a short article about teenage life in Britain and Ecuador. · Complete the texts with the verbs in the list · Put the verbs in simple present or present progressive · Using sequence connectors according to the order in which things happen · Write a short paragraph; write a speech · Write a short paragraph about a special celebration in Ecuador. · Write the simple past of the verbs · Complete the table and questions · Write sentences using ‘used to’ · Identify time expressions; put the verbs in the correct tense. · Answer the questions · Write a biography · Write sentences a strange dream · Write a biography of a famous Ecuadorian person · Joining words (reason, result, addition); · Order time expressions. · Use the verbs in the correct C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  6. 6. 6 write sentences about disasters; write an article form to complete it · Write an article expressing opinion SPEAKING · Say the sentences aloud · Explain the words in bold · Discuss about eating habits · Apply the vocabulary, phrase and structures in productive skills · Dramatize a situation in a city or town to ask and give directions · Use of different styles of written for communication MODULE ONE: My world Speaking: Game; spot the differences, presenting oneself, the alphabet, intonation; Personal information (names, places, names of origins); MODULE TWO: Things to do Speaking: Class survey, Third person singular –s, Intonation of questions, expressing likes and dislikes, expressing routines. MODULE THREE: Something different Speaking: Guessing games ,Pair work, Word stress , /b/v/w/, Describing house and places past activities; expressing emotions-responding; pronunciation: homophones. MODULE FOUR: Food for thought Speaking: Role play/ pair work/ /I/,/i:/,/aI/ Differentiation between the pronunciation of should and shouldn’t/ , making predictions; making suggestions; pronunciation: /‘ll/. LISTENING · Listen and imitate the pronunciation. · Listen to the text and answer the questions · Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions · Listen and repeat abilities · Listen and match people with activities Speaking · Listen and repeat emotions words · Listen and answer questions; listen stories and dreams. · Listen and complete the missing information · Listen and repeat the intonation · Listen and identify relevant information about a true survivor’s story READING · Get the meaning words and phrases in context · Read and answer questions · Choose the best answer · Read to find out the characters · Discipline · Punctuality · Honesty · Attendance · Responses · Questions · Answers · Revise · Change · Organize · Cooperate · Discuss · Respond · Discriminate · Display · Systematize · Questions & answers · Quiz · Critical thinking · Interact in pairs and groups · Listen and repeat word, phrases · Listen to the pronunciation · Listen the dialogues · Listen to the predictions · Present the special festival · Listen and circle the word that does not sound the same as the others. 6 4 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  7. 7. 7 · Read the text and level the sentences; read the text and complete the sentences · Read the text and replace the words in bold · Read the text and put the sentences in correct order · Read the text and put the events in order they happened. · Read the article and make the sentences T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say) · Read the text and match the phrases to form sentences · Read and explain the words and phrases in bold. · Read and analyze about garbage in the city. WRITING · Write sentences and expressions with the new vocabulary · Write a paragraph summarizing a text. SPEAKING · Say messages to someone else · Make questions & Answer questions · Make sentences · Explain the words · Answer questions about super eating habits · Compare the US food habits with Ecuador food habits · Identify to some natural and man-made disasters MODULE ONE: My world Cultural corner: The history behind a name Cross Curricular Cut: names LISTENING · Listen to the information and match with the pictures · Listen and match columns · Discipline · Punctuality · Honesty · Attendance · Research classroom · Gathering information · Critical thinking 6 4 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  8. 8. 8 · Differentiate the countable and uncountable nouns around the world MODULE TWO: Things I do Cultural corner: Security in big cities Cross-Curricular cut: Phishing on danger MODULE THREE: Something different Cultural corner: Natural disasters around the world Cross-Curricular cut: Cultural page: Life in Tornado Alley MODULE FOUR: Food for thought Cultural corner: The healthy food Cross cultural cut: Healthy smoothie recipes READING · Read and answer questions · Replace the words in bold in sentences · Research the time zones of the world · Read the table, then find examples in the text WRITING · Complete the missing information according to the text · Write a text with his/her personal information · Replace the words in bold in sentences SPEAKING · Use the words to tell the class what you learned about the text · Compare the superstitions with you country or city · Argue the global warning factors · Compare the teenage life in Britain with Ecuador · Argue the cause for endangered species · Responses · Questions · Answers · Revise · Change · Organize · Cooperate · Discuss · Respond · Discriminate · Display · Systematize · Jot down notes · Read and complete the table · Match the words in the two columns · Discuss in groups · Oral Presentation · Debate · Writing essays · Writing articles · Estimate how many people in Ecuador have a good or bad food habit · Differentiate about daily routines, plans and intentions Develop a project about: · Your favorite food · Special day event · Food festival en your country or city · Daily routines · People’s eating habits · Ordering food and taking an order LISTENING · Listen to a dialogue and answer the questions · Listen to a lecture and order the phrases READING Read the text and answer the questions Read the texts and complete · Display · Systematize · Creative · Organize · Discuss · Write an essay · Write a paragraph · Design a postcards · Draw a pictures · Make a speech · Action research · Oral presentation · Discuss · Debate 6 4 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  9. 9. 9 · Describing places sentences Read the text and explain the words/phrases in bold WRITING · Gather information on a website and write down your personal opinion · Write an article about your daily routines SPEAKING · Tell your partner how people celebrate festival · Talk about leisure and routines · Talk about how people celebrate special dates in Tulcán. · Create characters · Tell your friends your past activities · Talk about past events · Talk about past habits · Narrate past experiences · Express you feeling · Talk about how global warming can affect animals life · Talk about volcanoes · Talk about environmental problems in Carchi · Technical vocabulary · Discourse management · Pronunciation · Interactive communication · Grammatical structures · Written mechanics · Organization · Design a Project Room related to the Ss’ career · Produce an English speech Project Room · Write the project by using APA NORMS to reference the tutors · Perform an exposition for the project Reading: · Read books, website articles, magazines, newspapers and others to support his / her project heroically · Doing a research Writing: · Self-confidence for communicating in English · Written project · Oral presentation 10 5 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com
  10. 10. 10 · Write the essay about his / her project Speaking · Present the room project in class orally PRACTICE’S HOURS 25 LAB’S HOURS - LTS 15 CLASS’ HOURS 40 40 TOTAL HOURS 80 C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com C lick here to buy ABBY Y PDF Transform er2.0 w w w.ABBYY.com

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