Programa de language through literature 2011






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PROGRAMA DE LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE - 2011
Profesor/a: GREGOV, VICTORIA Año/Curso: 1º E.S.B.

Expectativas de logro: que los alumnos

  • Puedan desarrollar un pensamiento crítico.

  • Amplíen su vocabulario.

  • Puedan establecer conexiones entre la literatura y la lengua inglesa.

  • Realicen una selección de información.

  • Expresen sus opiniones personales.

  • Realicen hipótesis.

  • Establezcan relaciones entre las diferentes historias.

  • Desarrollen un sentido de responsabilidad por su trabajo.


Unidad Nº/ Eje temático:


  1. Story: “How I Faced the Hampshire Mauler”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Science Fiction: definition and characteristics.

  • Personification: definition / examples.

  • Revision of Characters, Setting, Plot, Climax, Resolution.

  • Figures of speech: Images (visual, auditory and sensory)

  • Narrator: first person, second person, third person omniscient and objective.

  • Conditional sentences: zero, first and second conditional.




  1. Story: “Journey to Technos”

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Definition and characteristics of a “Play”.

  • Binary oppositions: concept and examples.

  • Moral: concept / connection with the story.

  • Empathy: definition / connection with the story.

  • Reported speech: statements and questions.




  1. Story: “The Day the Mountain Blew Apart”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Historical narrative: definition.

  • Simile and Metaphor: definition / examples.

  • Punctuation.

  • Revision of tenses.




  1. Story: “Pompeii. Nightmare at Midday”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Revision of Historical Fiction.

  • Register: formal and informal style: characteristics.

  • Summarising.




  1. Story: “Friends. From Tails of the Bronx”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Idioms: definition / examples / connection with the story.

  • Revision of “Empathy”.

  • Pun: definition and connection with the story.

  • Characters: Round / Flat / Caricature.

  • Revision “Style”.

  • “Would” and “Used to”: routines in the past.




  1. Story: “Pioneer Children in the West”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Expository non-fiction: definition and connection with the story.

  • Tone: definition / types.

  • Passive voice.



Métodos de evaluación:


  • Observación directa

 

  • Actividades evaluativas:

    • Actuación

    • Proyectos

    • Presentaciones

    • Hojas de actividades

    • Creación de maquetas

 

  • Cuestionarios:

    • Preguntas escritas

    • Auto evaluación

    • Preguntas orales

    • Cuestionarios

    • Evaluaciones orales y escritas

    • Trabajos prácticos

 

  • Evidencia compilada por el alumno:

 

  • Revisión de los resultados:

    • Producto final como resultado de un proyecto:maquetas, escena de una obra, trabajos escritos.




  • Evaluación básica:

    • Respuestas orales y escritas basadas en las distintas historias leidas en la clase.




  • Evaluaciones formales:

    • Preguntas de respuestas múltiples

    • Evaluaciones escritas

    • Reportes escritos

    • Conexión de recursos literatios con las historias leídas.

    • Ejercicios de gramática.



Compulsory bibliography:

  • “Arriving Before I Start”

  • “Taste and Other Tales”

  • Set of plays: “A Ghost in Love”, Sherlock Holmes. Two Plays”, Romeo and Juliet”, “The Importance of Being Earnest”.


LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE SYLLABUS - 2011
Teacher: GREGOV, VICTORIA Year: 1º E.S.B.

General aims: Students should be able to:

  • Develop a critical thinking.

  • Widen vocabulary.

  • Develop their reading skills

  • Develop their listening and speaking skills.

  • Establish connections between literature and the language.

  • Do a selection of information.

  • Express their opinions freely.

  • Come up with hypothesis about the things they are learning.

  • Establish connections among the different stories they read.

  • Develop a sense of responsibility for their work.


Units Nº:


  1. Story: “How I Faced the Hampshire Mauler”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Science Fiction: definition and characteristics.

  • Personification: definition / examples.

  • Revision of Characters, Setting, Plot, Climax, Resolution.

  • Figures of speech: Images (visual, auditory and sensory)

  • Narrator: first person, second person, third person omniscient and objective.

  • Conditional sentences: zero, first and second conditional.




  1. Story: “Journey to Technos”

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Definition and characteristics of a “Play”.

  • Binary oppositions: concept and examples.

  • Moral: concept / connection with the story.

  • Empathy: definition / connection with the story.

  • Reported speech: statements and questions.




  1. Story: “The Day the Mountain Blew Apart”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Historical narrative: definition.

  • Simile and Metaphor: definition / examples.

  • Punctuation.

  • Revision of tenses.




  1. Story: “Pompeii. Nightmare at Midday”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Revision of Historical Fiction.

  • Register: formal and informal style: characteristics.

  • Summarising.




  1. Story: “Friends. From Tails of the Bronx”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Idioms: definition / examples / connection with the story.

  • Revision of “Empathy”.

  • Pun: definition and connection with the story.

  • Characters: Round / Flat / Caricature.

  • Revision “Style”.

  • “Would” and “Used to”: routines in the past.




  1. Story: “Pioneer Children in the West”.

  • Questionnaire about the story.

  • Expository non-fiction: definition and connection with the story.

  • Tone: definition / types.

  • Passive voice.



Assessment Methods:


  • Direct observation

 

  • Structured assessment activities:

    • Role-plays

    • Projects

    • Presentations

    • Activity sheets

    • Making models

 

  • Questioning:

    • Written questions

    • Self-assessment

    • Verbal questioning

    • Questionnaires

    • Oral or written examinations

    • Practical works

 

  • Evidence compiled by the candidate:

    • Folder

    • Final tasks

 

  • Review of products:

    • Products as a result of a project: models, scene of a play, written works.




  • Baseline Assessment:

    • Oral and written responses based on the different stories read in class.




  • Paper and Pencil Tests:

    • Multiple choice

    • Answering questionnaires

    • Written reports

    • Connecting literary devices with the stories read.

    • Language exercises.



Compulsory bibliography:

  • “Arriving Before I Start”

  • “Taste and Other Tales”

  • Set of plays: “A Ghost in Love”, “Sherlock Holmes. Two Plays”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “The Importance of Being Earnest”.

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