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UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA ESTATAL DEL CARCHI CURRICULUM CATEDRÁTICO

CEDULA APELLIDO PATERNO APELLIDO MATERNO NOMBRES FECHA_NACIMIENTO EDAD ESTADO_CIVIL TELEFONO DIRECCION_DOMICILIARIA

040093893-2 CASTRO GUERRERO JAIRO IVÁN 12-11-1970 40 SOLTERO Fijo: 2982-932 Cel.: 097103746 Cdla del Chofer: Rio Putumayo y 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”


Seminario-taller TEACHING KNOWLEDGE TEST, Modulo 1 : MEC Proyecto CRADLE- C Curso "KEY ENGLISH TEST”: MEC “DINAMEP” Seminar –workshop “ Impacts of the Technology in English Teaching” UPEC Training Seminar-Workshop: “Methodology of language Teaching and Curriculum Evaluation” UPEC

DOMINIO_PAQUETES_ INFORMATICOS

Windows /2000/XP/ Vista Paquete Office: Word, Excel, Power Point Traductor Globalink Microsoft Encarta, 2010: Biblioteca de consulta Internet - Correo Electrónico – Navegación

EXPERIENCIA_ DOCENTE

Profesor de Inglés: Colegio Nacional "José de la Cuadra" Quito Profesor Titular de Inglés: Instituto Tecnológico "Bolívar" Tulcán Docente 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


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STATE 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


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I.

BASIC DATA OF THE MODULE

CODE:EPPUPEC KIND OF COMPETENCE: GENERIC: ( X ) SPECIFIC: ( ) CREDITS: LEVEL 5 SECOND

REQUIREMENTS:  Have approved English A1.1  Have taken the placement test.  Basic Knowledge of NTICs.  Interest for learning and active performance.  Attitude to work in team.  Attitude to participate in class.

PROFESSOR PROFILE: NAME:JAIRO IVÁN CASTRO GUERRERO CONTACT TELEPHONE:

HOUSE 062982932

E-MAIL:

ivancas2004@yahoo.es


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II. FORMATIVE ROUTE Problematic node Limited development of the macro communicative English skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Global Competence Learners can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, schools, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arrive whilst traveling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected texts on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanation for opinions and plans. Specific Competence Learners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning myself, my family and immediate concrete surrounding when people speak slowly and clearly. Can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences. Can interact a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrase things 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 I know. Can write a short, simple postcard.

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ACHIEVEMENT LEVELS

COMPETENCE ELEMENTS (Systematic actions to make the competence) To identify basic vocabulary and structures through Basic Theoretic listening, reading, speaking and writing about food and Understanding drink. To analyze the differences between present simple Superior and present progressive through reading listening, Theoretic speaking, and writing about dates, season, celebration Critical analysis and jobs. Practice To demonstrate by dialogues the development of 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 satisfactory 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 and Theoretic educational domain. And each one is described in Creative terms of location, institutions or organizations, persons, objects, events, operations and texts.


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Inter-discipline Work (integrated knowledge of the modules in the same semester 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


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III. LEARNING METHODOLOGY DIDACTIC APPROACH: ( Methodology for performing the competences ) Methodology of Learning Based in Problems Methodology to develop the logical thought Simulations. Experiential cycle. Multiple Intelligences, Communicative Approach, Total Physical Response, Community Language Learning Whole 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 eating habits various aspects of their daily life, like current events, celebrations, the weather or people´s jobs activities in the past like, vacations, past situations and accidents. Making comparisons, predictions and on-the- spot decisions. All this 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 MODULE 1.Expressing likes and dislikes. Making, accepting and refusing offers

ELEMENTS OF COMPETENCE      

Expressing likes and dislikes about food Ordering food Making offers Accepting and refusing offers Asking and answering about quantities Discussing food and eating habits


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MODULE 2. Discussing current events, weather and celebrations. Telling what people do and wear.

MODULE 3.Telling about things that happened to us in the past such as vacations we have had certain situation and or accidents. Telling others how we feel

MODULE 4. Conversing about what one plans to do in the future while making predictions and spontaneous decisions.

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Asking and answering about dates Discussing current events Describing people´s clothes Giving reasons Discussing celebrations Discussing between habitual actions and current events Discussing the weather Identifying people´s clothes

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Discussing activities in the past Discussing a vacation Describing feelings Narrating a story Discussing past situations/accidents Understanding sequence

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Discussing future plans and arrangements Expressing obligation and prohibition Making predictions and on the spot decisions Making comparisons Understanding information about countries


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COMPETENCE ELEMENTS

1 Expressing likes and dislikes about food. Ordering food. Making offers. Accepting and refusing offers. Asking and answering about quantities. Discussing food and eating habits.

COGNITIVE CONTENTS What knowledge?

PROCEDURE CONTENTS How to apply?

FOOD: Knowledge and Application of vocabulary: Food, Drink, containers. Structures: countable and uncountable nouns, and, some, any, would like, How much, How many, Object personal pronouns. Difference between the sounds: /g/, /ʤ/ Listening: -A conversation between two friends. Three short conversation -A conversation about a party Reading: -A dialogue

Vocabulary To match the pictures with the words and check the answers. Structures: To differ countable and uncountable nouns Reading: To find through the reading specific information. Listening / Pronunciation To play the CD and hear conversations, a street survey; then answer the questions. To distinguish the sounds /g/ /ʤ/ Speaking To act out a role play in pairs Writing To replace some words with pronouns, then write their eating habits.

MOTIVATIONAL AFFECTIVE CONTENTS Which attitudes with? Having interest on the topic. Respecting likes and dislikes about the food. Sharing information others

with

SPECIFIC DIDACTIC STRATEGIES TIME Strategies, methods and techniques 15 H  Role play  Work in pairs  Exchange information  Match  Analysis  Individual development  Heuristic conversation  Observation  Watch the video


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between two teenagers. -A magazine article about birthdays, mother´s day and valentine´s day

2. Asking and answering about dates. Discussing current events. Describing people´s clothes. Giving reasons. Discussing celebrations. Discussing between habitual actions and current events. Discussing the weather. Identifying people´s clothes

CELEBRATIONS Knowledge and Application of vocabulary: Months, Ordinals, Dates, Clothes, Celebrations, Jobs, weather, seasons. Structures: Present Simple vs. Present Progressive, Why? / Because….. Difference between the sounds: / n /, / ŋ /

Vocabulary To compare the photos with the words and match, to deduce the meaning of the words. Structures To discover the formation and use of the present progressive and simple present, to explain when we use why or because for answering. Reading To understand the reading by looking at the pictures and predicting new words, Listening / Pronunciation To play the CD and hear conversations, a radio show, to distinguish the sounds /n/ and / ŋ / predict.

Respecting turn to talk.

the

Expressing needs and feelings.

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Honesty

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Showing interest.

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15H Role play Work in pairs Exchange information Match Analysis Individual development Heuristic conversation Observation Watch the video


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3. Discussing activities in the past. Discussing a vacation. Describing feelings. Narrating a story. Discussing past situations/accidents. Understanding sequence.

VACATION Knowledge and Application of vocabulary: Geographical Features, Vacation activities, Adjectives, transportation, Years, Camping equipment. Structures: Past simple, Regular and irregular verbs, Time expressions, Prepositions (by, in). Difference the “-ed” endings sounds: / t /, / d /, / ɪd /

Speaking To dramatize the dialogues in pairs Writing To complete the text with the words in the box Vocabulary To look at the pictures with the words and deduce the meaning. Structures To notice the formation and use of the past simple with regular and irregular verbs, then circle the correct answer. Reading To underline the unknown words read all the phrases and guess the meaning. Listening/Pronunciation 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.

Interesting on the topic. Recognizing the importance of the English language. Correcting others’ mistakes with respect Respecting cultures

other

Listening to other people.

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20H Role play Work in pairs Exchange information Match Analysis Individual development Heuristic conversation Observation Watch the video


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4. Discussing future plans and arrangements. Expressing obligation and prohibition. Making predictions and on the spot decisions. Making comparisons. Understanding information about countries.

OUR WORLD Knowledge and Application of vocabulary: Points of the compass Opposite adjectives, numbers, vacations. Structures: Future with Present progressive, Going to, Will; Time expressions, must/mustn’t. Comparative and superlative forms. Identify the silent letters.

Vocabulary To match the opposites and deduce the meaning. Structures To identify the different forms of future then complete the table. Reading To deduce the meaning of the unknown words from the context, explain when necessary. Listening / Pronunciation To listen to conversations, advertisements then, students choose the correct answers. To listen and distinguish the silent letters Speaking To generate spontaneous dialogues in pairs about future event Writing To write a short paragraph about plans for the weekend.

Doing tasks with responsibility and enthusiasm.

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Self-confidence for communicating in English.

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Accepting criticisms.

Correcting mistakes kindness.

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15H Role play Work in pairs Exchange information Match Analysis Individual development Heuristic conversation Observation Watch the video

Search sources of information. Working in groups. Correcting other kindness.

each with

TOTAL


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20H LAB ACTIVITIES

Use the English material provided by the English Proficiency Program Use the English Computer Program “American English” according to the level of the students. Use The English Computer Program “English for All” according to the level of the students. Use songs and videos to learn English.

- Listening to get the main Self-confidence for idea communicating in English - Listening for details - Enthusiasm in learning English - Helping each other - Inference details - respecting other people’s turn during speaking - Respecting the Understanding new others vocabulary - Being a good listener - practicing pronunciation - feeling motivated in English class

- Working individually - Sharing information - Activities for pre – listening, during listening and post listening Singing the song in group Asking and answering questions about the song


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5. Making projects that permits students to apply the English language usefully in personal, public, occupational and educational domain. And each one is described in terms of location, institutions or organizations, persons, objects, events, operations and texts.

Project 1 Describe the weather Use some of the symbols Self working in 3 different areas in below to help you. their country. Project 2 Students Open their wardrobe and write about their favorite clothes.

Are they cheap or Work in group expensive? How often do you wear them? Why do you like them?

80H    

Map Pictures Posters Graphics

 Clothes  Pictures

Project 3 Self working  Poster A famous Ecuadorian Write a paragraph about a  Picture person's 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


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FINAL PRODUCT.Learners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning themselves, their family and immediate 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 to repeat or rephrase things at a slower pace and help them formulate what they are trying to say. Students can use simple phrases and sentences to describe where they live and people they know. They can write a short, simple postcard to a friend.


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IV. EVALUATION PLAN

9.0 to 10.0 8.0 to 8.9 7.0 to 7.9 4.0 to 6.9

WEIGHING UP SCORE Distinction- (Pass with merit) Credit- ( Pass) Pass – ( Narrow Fail) Fail

Specific Competence Learners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning myself, my family and immediate concrete surrounding when people speak slowly and clearly. Can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences. Can interact a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrase things 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 I know. 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 uncountable nouns, then  Dialogues in pairs, questions 1 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  read all the phrases and guess the meaning.  3

hear    To listen and distinguish the sounds / t /, / d /, / id / To play the conversations,

CD

and

Reading texts and correct mistakes Writing paragraphs about different topics Dialogues in pairs Questions, Texts Listening for selecting information


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 To generate dialogues in pairs about a trip Recognizing the importance of the English language To generate spontaneous  dialogues in pairs about future event 

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To write a short paragraph about  plans for the weekend.   Self confidence for communicating in English  Search sources of information

Watching the video for selecting information

Reading texts and correct mistakes Writing paragraphs about different topics Dialogues in pairs Questions Listening for selecting information Watching the video for selecting information Tests Grammar and Vocabulary Discourse Management Pronunciation Interactive Communication Room project Oral project

 To apply English language use  according the domains   5    FINAL PRODUCT.Learners can recognize familiar words and very basic phrases concerning myself, my family and immediate concrete surrounding when people speak slowly and clearly. Can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences. Can interact a simple way provided the other person is prepared to repeat or rephrase things 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 I know. Can write a short, simple postcard. TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUMENTS (suggested): Graphic organizers, investigation reports, folders. Portfolios: Observation: Interview: Test: Projects:

Teachers and students Observation Guide Interview Guides Questionnaire Innovative practices English language use


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PROCESS OF VALUATION Application of: oneself-evaluation, co-evaluation, hetero-evaluation with evidences, using techniques and instruments to value competences. DIAGNOSTIC FORMATIVE PERFORMING EVALUATION EVALUATION EVALUATION Achievement Indicators ( requirements)  Determine the level of vocabulary and knowledge grammar structures through a questionnaire.  Diagnose the level of fluency and correct pronunciation through a dialogue.  Read paragraphs to select general and specific information  Listen the dialogues for specific information

Evidences of procedure Promotion and attitude contents Identify basic vocabulary The will be able to: about food, celebration, vacation and our world.  Identify vocabulary about food, Discover the differences celebrations, vacation, among present simple, and our world. present progressive, past and future tenses  Compare grammar structures like: Express needs and countable and feelings. uncountable nouns, would like, How much / To generate dialogues in many /, Regular and pairs about different irregular verbs, Time topics expressions, Present, Recognize the Past, Future Tenses, 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.


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V.

TABLE OF INSTRUCTIVE GUIDES FOR AUTONOMOUS WORK

# GUIDE

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ELEMENTS Element 1 To identify basic vocabulary and structures through listening, reading, speaking and writing about food and drink.

Element 2 To analyze the differences between present simple and present progressive through reading listening, speaking, and writing about dates, season, celebration and jobs Element 3 To demonstrate by dialogues the development of linguistics skills (reading, listening, speaking and writing) using the past tense and time expressions

INSTRUCTIONS (INDICATIONS)  Develop the Workbook, Module 5.  Read and listen the CDROM which contains dialogues, stories texts and songs.  Prepare oral lessons in pairs each class about the last topic.  Develop the Workbook, Module 5.  Read and listen the CDROM which contains dialogues, stories texts and songs.  Prepare oral lessons in pairs each class about the last topic.  Develop the Workbook, Module 5.  Read and listen the CDROM which contains dialogues, stories texts and songs.  Prepare oral lessons in

RESOURCES

FINAL PRODUCT

TIME

 Professor- students  To identify basic 10H  Student’s Book and vocabulary and Workbook. grammar  CD-ROM, Tests CD, structures about Class CD, food and drink. Laboratory. computer, infocus  Internet, Videos  Professor- students  Compare grammar 10H  Student’s Book and structures like: Workbook. countable and  CD-ROM, Tests CD, uncountable Class CD, nouns, would like, Laboratory. How much / many computer, infocus /, Regular and  Internet, Videos irregular verbs, Prepositions, etc  Professor- students  Understand the 10H  Student’s Book and text and predict Workbook. new words.  CD-ROM, Tests CD,  Distinguish the Class CD, different sounds Laboratory. as:/ g /, / dz /, / n / computer, infocus / ŋ /, / t /, / d /, /


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pairs each class about the  Internet, Videos last topic.

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Element 4  Develop the Workbook, To apply the different ways Module 5. of communication (listening,  Read and listen the CDReading, speaking and ROM which contains writing ) with satisfactory dialogues, stories texts performance using future and songs. tenses and vocabulary  Prepare oral lessons in about places and countries pairs each class about the last topic. Projects Project 1 Making projects that Describe the weather in 3 permitted apply the English different areas in your language useful in personal, country. public, occupational and Use some of the symbols educational domain. And below to help you. each one is described in terms of location, institutions Project 2 or organizations, persons, Open your wardrobe and 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? Project 3

id / and silent letters.  To generate small dialogues with satisfactory performance.  Professor- students  To generate 10H  Student’s Book and dialogues with Workbook. satisfactory  CD-ROM, Tests CD, performance and Class CD, write short Laboratory. paragraphs about computer, in focus trips, vacation,  Internet, Videos food, celebrations.    

Map Pictures Posters Graphics

 Clothes  Pictures

 Posters  Pictures

The students are able 40H to apply the English language skills development during the class (listening, speaking, reading, writing) in communication


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A famous person's biography. Write a paragraph about a famous person and say when they were born, where, why they are famous, etc. Attach photos.  Pictures  Postcard Project 4  Time Table You are going on a trip to London, and you are going to follow this timetable. Write a paragraph about what you are going to do 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


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VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY:

American to the top, Beginner, Student’s Book American to the top, Beginner, Workbook Oxford ESL Dictionary Oxford Practical English Usage Oxford Practice Grammar Live English Grammar Elementary Top Grammar Pre-intermediate Channel Grammar Hand Book www.englishtown.com www.profesordeingles.com www.clase.com www.mylabschool.com www.mmpublications.com www.agendaweb.org www.es-lab.com

DIDACTIC 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 7.1 Record Enrolment at the English Program Academic Semester: March 2011 – August 2011

Working day: IN THE AFTERNOON

WORK TIME: 4 HOURS PER WEEK FROM MONDAY TO THURSDAY (17H00 - 18H00) Level: SECOND

N° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

STUDENT´S LAST NAMES

AZA TARAMUEL BOLAÑOS ALDAS CAIÑO CHIMBOLEMA CUASPUD PALCHUCAN GUEVARA JURADO HERRERA GUAMIALAMA NARVAEZ FIGUEROA NARVAEZ HERNANDEZ PUETATE MENESES RUANO CANDO SANCHEZ MAFLA VILAÑA BURBANO YUGCHA CUASTUMAL

STUDENT´S NAMES

JORGE ARMANDO ANA KAREN JESSICA ALEXANDRA ELSA CRISTINA JOHANA STEPHANY FERNANDA MARISOL JENNY EUGENIA EVELIN VERÓNICA BYRON MARCELO GABRIELA LISBETH JOHNNY FERNANDO CRISTIAN GABRIEL MIGUEL ANGEL

7.1 Record Enrolment at the English Program Academic Semester: March 2011 – August 2011

Working day: IN THE MORNING

WORK TIME: 4 HOURS PER WEEK ONLY SATURDAYS (08H00 - 12H00) Level: SECOND

N° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

STUDENT´S LAST NAMES

CHALACAN PORTILLA FIGUEROA MALTE JOSSA PASPUEZAN MEJIA NARVAEZ PEÑAFIEL HERNANDEZ RIVADENEIRA SANTACRUZ ROMAN TIRIRA ROMO GUEVARA SABA ZAMBRANO TOBAR OLIVO

STUDENT´S NAMES

DANIEL EDUARDO MERCEDES ELIZABETH CLAUDIA ALEJANDRA MARIANA DEL CARMEN ESTEFANY PAMELA DIANA CAROLINA GLORIA MARINA YESSENIA MARIBEL LENNIN FRANKLIN RODRIGO


24 7.2 ACADEMIC SCHEDULE

UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA ESTATAL DEL CARCHI ACADEMIC PLAN SEMESTER MARCH* AUGUST 2011 ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PROGRAM

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

DATE 2011

ENROLLMENT ENGLISH – FRENCH STARTING CLASS ENDING CLASS

21

st

- 26

th

MARCH

28th MARCH 20th AUGUST

HOLIDAYS 7th – 8th MARCH 5th APRIL 11th APRIL 22nd APRIL 1st MAY 24th MAY 10th AUGUST

MID GRADE FINAL GRADE GRADE REPORT

B.A LUIS A. QUISHPE COORDINATOR

GRADE REPORT 6th – 7th JUNE 17th - 22nd AUGUST 23rd - 27th AUGUST

CARNAVAL UPEC ANIVERSARY TULCÁN FESTIVITIES GOOD FRIDAY WORK DAY PICHINCHA BATTLE FIRST SHOUT OF INDEPENDENCE


25 7.3 TEACHER’S SCHEDULE

CLASSES SCHEDULE AND ROOM LEVEL

WORKING DAY

SIXTH- SEVENTH

IN THE EVENING: FROM 20H00 TO 22H00 MONDAY TO THURSDAY IN THE AFTERNOON: FROM 17H00 TO 18HOO MONDAY TO THURSDAY IN THE MORNING: ONLY 08H00 TO 12H00 SATURDAYS

SECOND SECOND

TIME

ROOM 5 5 5

7.4 CURRICULAR GRID

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY CURRICULUM

BASIC USER

INDEPENDENT USER

A

B

A1

A2

LEVELS

BEGININNG

A1.1 I

A1.2 II

A2+

B1+

INTERMEDIATE

INTERMEDIATE

I

II

A2.1 III

A2.2 IV

A2.2.1 V

A2.2.2 VI

ADVANCED

B1.1 VII

40 CREDITS THE PROGRAMM

5 CREDITS EACH LEVEL

80 HOURS CLASSES

80 HOURS AUTONOMY WORKING

TOTAL PROGRAMM HOURS 640 HOURS CLASSES 640 HOURS AUTONOMY WORKING

B1.2 VIII


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PROFESSOR: ………………………………………… (SIGNATURE)

DELIVERY DATE: APRIL, 2011.


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