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1 Facultad de Comunicación, Lingüística y Literatura Escuela de Lenguas Sección de Inglés Fax: Teléf.: Ext DATOS INFORMATIVOS: MATERIA INGLÉS CÓDIGO: NIVEL: TRES PRE - INTERMEDIO No. CRÉDITOS: 5 SEMESTRE / AÑO ACADÉMICO: PROFESOR: TERCER SEMESTRE Nombre: Indicación de horario de atención a estudiantes: Correo electrónico: Teléfono: 2. DESCRIPCIÓN DEL CURSO En este curso, el/la estudiante adquirirá habilidades en el lenguaje (en forma escrita y oral) para desenvolverse con solvencia en actividades diarias por medio del aprendizaje de estructuras y vocabulario, y su uso en situaciones comunicativas. El estudiante conocerá también aspectos culturales necesarios para sobrevivir en un ambiente de habla inglesa. 3. GENERAL OBJECTIVE The student will master all four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) plus the use of language at a pre intermediate level. 4. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 4.1. LISTENING / SPEAKING Students will be able to: a) Follow clearly articulated speech in everyday conversation b) Understand a short narrative c) Understand the main points of recorded material on familiar subjects d) Engage in conversation on familiar topics e) Express personal opinions in informal discussions f) Agree or disagree describe dreams and plans g) Describe a variety of topics including likes and dislikes h) Narrate a short story.

2 Facultad de Comunicación, Lingüística y Literatura Escuela de Lenguas Sección de Inglés Fax: Teléf.: Ext READING The student will be able to: a) understand the main point in an article b) identify the main topic and details in a text c) infer meaning from context d) understand descriptions of events e) understand information in everyday material such as letters or s WRITING The student will be able to write: a) a personal informal letter b) an c) a short formal letter d) a film or book review e) notes and message f) describe the plot of a film or a book. 5. CONTENTS VOCABULARY CONTENTS GRAMMAR CONTENTS - Day-to-day phrases - Lexicon on Work / Employment / jobs - Free time activities - Past time phrases - Relationships - Conversations expressions - Noun endings - Types of films - Types of Music - TV nouns and verbs - Verb-noun collocations - Collocations with verbs and prepositions - Adjectives for character - Relationships - Prefixes and opposites of adjectives: un-, in-, im-, dis - Expressions for agreeing, disagreeing and asking for opinions - Review of verb forms and questions - Subject questions - Use of frequency adverbs and expressions of time - Use of So, too, either and neither - Past Simple - Past Continuous: questions - Connecting words - have to, had to - Present continuous, present simple - Present perfect for life experiences - Present perfect: questions with ever - Future: will and be going to - -ed and ing adjectives - will and might for predictions - Comparisons - Superlatives.

3 Facultad de Comunicación, Lingüística y Literatura Escuela de Lenguas Sección de Inglés Fax: Teléf.: Ext METHODOLOGY The course takes into account a learner-centered methodology which highlights intercultural aspects. Students are motivated through a variety of activities which enable them the discovery of the structure or meaning in the target language. These activities include oral and written texts that allow students to build up their own learning to successfully interact in English. The four skills of language plus structures are developed after the students previous knowledge has been practiced. All this in a given context which deals with aspects of interest such as work, studies, and daily life. 7. ASSESSMENT 7.1 EVALUATION ACTIVITIES The student will be assessed through a variety of activities that include, among others, the following: - oral work, - group work - homework - presentations - written production - grammar and vocabulary exercises 7.2 EVALUATION DATES From Monday, June 6 to Tuesday, July 20, Midterm written exam June 24, 2011 Midterm oral Exam June 27, Dates to submit midterm grades: From June 27 to July 1, Date to submit class participation grade: July 15, Final written exam: July 19, Final oral Exam: July 20, Dates to submit final grades: from July 20, to July 24, GRADING SYSTEM In order to pass the course, students must obtain a minimum of 30/50 points. Grades are distributed as follows: Classwork: Homework, quizzes 10 points Midterm written exam 10 Midterm oral exam 10 Final written exam 10 Final oral exam 10 TOTAL 50 points

4 Facultad de comunicación, Lingüística y Literatura Escuela de Lenguas - Sección de Inglés Fax: Telf: ATTENDANCE Students are permitted up to TEN absences per course. If a student is more than 10 minutes late, s/he is considered to be absent. If a student has ELEVEN to TWENTY absences, s/he has to get 40 over 50 points to pass the course. Absences cannot be justified. 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY Obligatory textbook (no copies will be allowed!!!) Face2face, Pre-intermediate, Chris Reston & Gillie Cunningham, CUP, Student s book and workbook. Units 1 through 6. Reader: TO BE CONFIRMED Complementary material Photocopies provided by the teacher, Spanish-English Dictionary, Raymond Murphy, Basic Grammar in Use, 2 nd edition, Cambridge University Press, Program approved by: Head of the Languages School Date Faculty Council Dean Date 4

5 WEEKLY TEACHING ORGANIZATION LEVEL 3 TEACHER- STUDENTS INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES STUDENTS' AUTONOMOUS PERFORMANCE WEEK FACE - TO - FACE INSTRUCTION EVALUATION TOPICS OR UNITS (1-7) HOURS HOURS HOURS ACTIVITIES No. HOURS THEORY LABORATORY TUTORING (DESCRIPTION) 1 ST WEEK 12 Homework: prepare10 questions 12 Diagnostic exam Unit 1 using different tenses. Progress test Unit 1 Work, rest and play Complete pages 5 to 9 in workbook Composition Draft Review of simple tenses Work with CD ROM, unit 1 Graded homework Question formation Prepare a mock quiz. CD ROM Introductory composition Finding things in common Portfolio 1 Workbook 2 ND WEEK 12 Study past tenses of regular and 12 Quiz on past tense forms Unit 2 irregular verbs. Progress test Unit 2 Beginnings Read chapter 1 of suggested reader. Brainstorm a narrative Simple past, Past progressive Do grammar and vocabulary Final copy of a narrative Starting a conversation. worksheets provided Reading control Study past form of verbs. Portfolio 2 Workbook 3 RD WEEK 12 Practice vocabulary of the unit. 12 Quiz on Present tenses Unit 3 Prepare a crossword or a letter soup Grammar quiz The world of work with Vocabulary of the unit Progress test unit 3 Have to, Had to Do portfolio 3 in Workbook Fill in a work application Present continuous Write an to a friend. A job interview Apologizing, promising Write a CV. Do portfolio 3 in Workbook. MIDTERM WRITTEN TEST UNITS 1-3 Create a questionnaire for Reader. MIDTERM ORAL TEST Review for midterm oral test 5

6 4 TH WEEK Word map of film genres 12 Vocabulary quiz Unit 4 Prepare 10 questions for your Quiz on Past participles That's entertainment favorite actor/ actress Composition: My favorite Present Perfect Use Present perfect to describe life Film(s)/ actor(s) Ever, for, already facts. Progress test 4 Expressing opinion Write an opinion paragraph Prepare a dialogue Write a film review An interview 5 TH WEEK Solve a crossword puzzle 12 Quiz: vocabulary of the unit Unit 5 Prepare a presentation.. Progress test 5 Into the future Make predictions and plans Reading control Future with BE GOING TO for a holiday Oral presentation and WILL Write travel suggestions. Portfolio 5 PredIcting the future, Plan a party. Present a schedule for a TV Show. Solve worksheets provided. 6 TH WEEK Recall previous knowledge 12 First draft: composition Unit 6 making plans Make a word map with family Composition: Final copy Family and friends members vocabulary Progress test 6 Adjectives for personality Write a composition draft: The Make a poster establishing Comparatives and Superlat- typical Ecuadorian Family? differences and similarities ives. Write the final copy: A typical Ecuadorian family. Solve vocab., gramm. worksheets Research and present some world records. 7 TH WEEK 7. 5 Work on CD ROM Unit FINAL WRITTEN TEST Units 1-6 Review Subject for final tests FINAL WRITTEN TEST FINAL ORAL TEST FINAL ORAL TEST 6

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