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1 1. DATOS INFORMATIVOS: MATERIA: INGLÉS CÓDIGO: CARRERA: NIVEL: No. CRÉDITOS: OCHO REGULAR CINCO SEMESTRE / AÑO ACADÉMICO: SEGUNDO SEMESTRE DESCRIPCIÓN DEL CURSO En este curso, los estudiantes serán capaces de revisar, practicar y manejar estructuras gramaticales de mayor complejidad, como también enriquecerán su vocabulario con respecto a temas relacionados con el mundo académico. Los estudiantes practicarán las cuatro habilidades a un nivel de suficiencia. Habrá especial énfasis tanto en la precisión como en la fluidez. 3. GENERAL OBJECTIVE The students will be proficient in all the four language skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) and the use of language. 4. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 4.1. LISTENING/SPEAKING Students will be able to: a) Follow clearly articulated speech in everyday conversation b) Catch the main points in TV and radio programs c) Debate and dramatize d) Analyze and synthesize ideas e) Use academic/formal language when making a presentation f) Use proper intonation, stress and pronunciation g) Speculate about causes and consequences 1

2 4.2. READING Students will be able to: a) understand and respond to different authentic reading material b) understand the main conclusions in a text c) understand standard letters d) infer, analyze and synthesize main ideas and details e) understand words for the context f) understand articles on current problems 4.3. WRITING Students will be able to: a) write a paragraph response b) write a cause-and-effect essay c) express an opinion in a letter d) summarize research in a report e) take notes on research using graphic organizers f) write opinion statements that make concessions to other points of view g) write an outline for a group report h) write a narrative essay 5. CONTENTS COMMUNICACTIVE FUNCTIONS 1. Talk about philanthropy. Make predictions. Express opinions Evaluate students presentations. Paraphrase main ideas Use punctuation Write a persuasive essay. 2. Talk about home schooling. Make judgments. Read and interpret graphs. Write a classification essay Support opinions with examples. VOCABULARY CONTENTS Charity, philanthropy, Synonyms, Context clues, Word forms Education, home schooling, teaching, synonyms, word classification, word forms, phrasal verbs GRAMMAR CONTENTS Adjective clauses Concessions Direct and indirect speech Make, let, help, and get Phrasal verbs 2

3 3. Talk about food. Research and present Support opinions with information Restate main ideas Use a chart to synthesize. Food and food trends. Figurative meaning, Context clues, Synonyms, Adverbs, Idiomatic expressions. Present and past contrasts Past perfect 4. Discuss technology Recognize organization in a text Relate a text to personal values Write a cause and effect essay. Develop a new technological gadget Technology, devices, trends in technology. Synonyms, word forms, context clues, dialect variations in spelling. Future tenses: simple present, present continuous, will, be going to, future perfect, future progressive. 6. METHODOLOGY The methodology is centered in the student with a communicative approach when dealing with themes that are up-to-date, academic and varied in tone. Both form and content of the language will be addresses in a balanced way. To accomplish this, all language skills are integrated. This communicative approach appeals to a greater variety of learning styles. Open ended opinion and inference exercises invite students to share and discuss their answers. In Information Gap, Fieldwork and Presentation activities, students must present and solicit information and opinions from their peers as well as their communities which reflects the idea of cooperative learning. 7. ASSESSMENT 7.1. EVALUATION ACTIVITIES Students will be evaluated by using some of the following activities: - oral work, - grammar and vocabulary exercises - group work - reading controls - homework - unit quizzes, - presentations - midterm oral and a written exam, - written production - a final oral and a final written exam. 3

4 7.2. ASSESSMENT DATES REGULAR COURSES From Monday, January 16 to Friday May 18, 2012 GRADING SYSTEM SCORE DATES DATES TO SUBMIT GRADES Classwork 1 Midterm written exam Midterm oral exam 10 points 5 points 5 points Total 20 points Wednesday, March 7, 2012 Monday, March 12 and Tuesday, March 13,2012 Wednesday 14 and Thursday March 15, From March 15 to 21, 2012 Classwork 2 10 points Wednesday, May 9, 2012 Final written exam Final oral exam 10 points 10 points Total 20 points Monday, May 14 and Tuesday 15, 2012 Thursday, May 17and Friday 18, 2012 From May 18 to May 25, GRADING SYSTEM In order to pass the course, students must obtain a minimum of 30/50 points. Grades are distributed as follows: Classwork 1: Homework, quizzes 10 points Midterm written exam 5 Midterm oral exam 5 Classwork 2: Homework, quizzes 10 Final written exam 10 Final oral exam 10 TOTAL 50 points Important note: If a student misses a quiz which forms part of the grade for class work or misses to hand in a piece of homework, it is up to the teacher to allow the student to take the quiz afterwards 4

5 or accept the homework. The grade for class work has to be handed in 7 days before the final exam ATTENDANCE AND TARDINESS Students are permitted up to TEN absences per course to pass with a minimum grade of 30/50. If a student is more than 10 minutes late, s/he is considered to be absent. If a student is absent from ELEVEN to TWENTY times, s/he has to obtain a minimum grade of 40 over 50 points to pass the course. 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY Obligatory textbooks (no copies will be allowed): Judy L. Miller and Robert F. Cohen, North Star: Focus on Reading and Writing, HIGH INTERMEDIATE (Units 6,7, 8 and 10), Third Edition, Longman, NY, Ferree Tess and Sanabria Kim, North Star: Focus on Listening and Speaking, HIGH INTERMEDIATE (Units 6,7,8,and 10), Third Edition, Longman, NY, Reader: to be chosen by the teacher. Complementary material: English-English Dictionary, Jay Maurer, Focus on Grammar, Advanced, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., 1995 Program approved by: School Council Head of the Languages School Date Faculty Council Dean Date 5

6 WEEKLY TEACHING ORGANIZATION LEVEL 8 (REGULAR COURSES) TEACHER- STUDENTS INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES STUDENTS' AUTONOMOUS PERFORMANCE WEEK FACE TO FACE INSTRUCTION EVALUATION TOPICS OR UNITS (1-8) HOURS HOURS HOURS ACTIVITIES No. HOURS THEORY LABORATORY TUTORING 1 ST WEEK 5 Study verb tenses 5 Diagnostic exam Unit 5 (Reading and Writing) Prepare oral activity: Interviewing three Write thesis statement and first Longevity classmates. paragraph Tag questions Review verb tenses Graded Homework Cause Effect Sentences 2 ND WEEK 5 Practice vocabulary for comprehension; 5 Evaluated Classwork Advisability and Obligation in the past. matching words to synonyms. Sentences completion Project report (writing) 3 RD WEEK 5 Prepare vocabulary (listening activities) 5 Quiz: Listening, speaking Unit 5 (Listening and Speaking) Listening for main ideas and listening for Reading and Writing. Unit 5 Longevity details. Expressions asking for and 4 TH WEEK 5 Build up a Poem. 5 Oral performance: Describe a giving examples. Word Completion(word-forms) memorable experience about nature 5 TH WEEK 5 Role play presentation Unit 6 (reading and Writing) Poem Research Internet activities 5 Homework on research Giving to others Practice vocabulary for comprehension. Adjective clauses Punctuation 6 TH WEEK 5 Read and React to reading. 5 Homework: report about Ecuadorians Prioritizing and ranking ideas Prepare and solve a crossword puzzle performing volunteer work Oral Performance: Choose an Ecuadorian NGO or Charity to research about. 6

7 7 TH WEEK 5 Prepare a Power point presentation. 5 Homework: reading evaluation Practice word forms. Worksheets: exercises with tag questions 8 TH WEEK 5 Prepare different kinds of questions 5 Presentation Grammar review exercises Vocabulary review exercises Vocabulary quiz Quiz on Unit 6 ; listening, reading, 9 TH WEEK 5 Prepare oral exam 5 Midterm written test Units 5 and 6 Midterm written test Midterm oral test Midterm oral test 10 TH WEEK 5 Prepare opinions by analyzing a graph. 5 Homework: Research about Unit 7 Do Reading Prediction Home schooling; write an essay and What s the use of homework? Do Reading Comp/ main ideas and details. debate about it. Direct and Indirect Speech 11 TH WEEK 5 Complete a chart 5 Classwork evaluated; perform Concession clauses Watch a film about education. Report a dialog about bullying (couples) Punctuation. Build up a letter soup with vocabulary Answer questions using vocabulary Graded homework: direct and indirect speech exercises. 12 TH WEEK 5 Prepare to listening: Search Intelligence 5 Bring information about "What is EQ? Testing Report orally about partner s results on Adjectives Complete a survey about intelligence. EQ test. Verb Phrases Do Vocabulary exercise: listen for details Pronunciation: Unstressed, 13 TH WEEK 5 Write a paragraph draft on intelligence 5 Graded worksheets with Vocabulary Stressed vowels. Complete a EQ test on internet practice. Restating for clarification Bring photos: memorable times in school Oral Presentation 14 TH WEEK 5 Prepare Discussing questions. 5 Vocabulary quiz, reading and Prepare Interview questions. Writing quiz unit 7 Prepare a Vocabulary game or activity 15 TH WEEK 5 Read a text to retell a partner by using 5 A narrative essay. Unit 8 memo words. Complete songs and shorts of videos. Food trends Do listening activities/ completion words Goodbye to sit down meal 7

8 and ideas. Phrasal Verbs Phrasal verbs: Prepare group competition 16 TH WEEK 5 Write first draft essay about " We are 5 Fill up a crossword puzzle Narrative voice what we eat" Laboratory report. Style: calling attention to Prepare Oral presentation about healthy Oral presentation particular items. food. 17 TH WEEK 5 Grammar Review exercises 5 Final copy of essay. Prepare a draft essay on a quote about eating / foods / eating disorders 18 TH WEEK 5 Study for final exams 5 FINAL WRITTEN TEST Units 7-8 Prepare oral exam FINAL ORAL TEST Units 7-8 FINAL WRITTEN TEST FINAL ORAL TEST 8

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