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AIU – Español 5 – Introducción Curso 2010/2011
Profesora: María Domínguez
Correo electrónico: email@example.com
Días de clase: Martes de 10:00 a 11:00 y Jueves de 08:45 a 09:50 en Lib1.
Materiales que vamos a utilizar: libro, cuaderno, cds, libros de lectura y la red consultando diccionarios, periódicos, revistas en línea, etc. y mediante el blog de la asignatura: spanishwithmaria.com
Evaluación: 20% participación en clase (10% asistencia, 10% intervención y participación en clase. Se centra sobre todo en las capacidades de escucha y habla en el aula).
20% deberes (Cada dos semanas habrá un ejercicio de escritura. Se estimularán sobre todo las capacidades de comprensión lectora y producción escrita fuera del aula). En nivel cinco, además, se evaluará aquí la lectura de un libro.
10% portafolio del estudiante (éste podrá ser presentado en formato electrónico ó en archivador que se solicitará la primera semana de clase. Recordad que hay que ser organizados y consistentes si queréis el punto extra. Si el estudiante hace alguna intervención en el blog, esto se verá reflejado aquí también).
50% examen (examen de las unidades y test nacional en niveles dos, tres y cuatro).
La evaluación es continua por lo que el esfuerzo tiene que ser diario y por tanto la asistencia es muy importante. Los parámetros a seguir vienen especificados en el criterio de evaluación sacados de Skolverket que encontraréis después de la imagen que os he dejado a continuación de las notas.
Imagen del blog: spanishwithmaria.com. Como veis está dividido en grupos y podéis encontrar ejercicios y explicaciones gramaticales. ¡Más cosas por venir!
Los parámetros al dar las notas serán los siguientes:
50 – 65 G
65 – 70 G+
70 – 85 VG
85 – 90 VG+
90 – 100 MVG
MSPR1205 - Modern languages, stage 5
Goals that pupils should have attained on completion of the course
understand clear speech from different regions, on subjects which are not entirely unfamiliar
desire, have the confidence and be able without preparation to take part in discussions on familiar subjects and exchange information, personal views and experiences
be able on preparation to orally provide information about or describe a subject or area of interest, and show evidence of adapting their language to the requirements of the situation
be able to read and understand texts with varying factual contents, especially those that are linked to their study orientation or their own areas of interest
be able to read and understand simple literature, and by means of literature acquire a knowledge of cultural traditions in the language area
be able to formulate themselves in writing in order to inform, instruct, put forward arguments and express feelings and values, as well as have the ability to work through and improve their own written production
have a knowledge of social conditions, cultural traditions and ways of living in areas where the language is spoken, and be able to use this knowledge to compare cultures
be able to consciously use and evaluate different learning approaches to promote their own learning
be able to independently retrieve information from different sources, as well as process and structure the information obtained.
Criteria for Pass
Pupils also understand the contents of regional language when spoken at a relaxed tempo in everyday situations.
Pupils exchange information and views in discussions and can successfully use different strategies to solve language problems.
Pupils express themselves orally with clear and distinct pronunciation, and are able to adapt to some extent their spoken language to both informal and somewhat more formal contexts.
Pupils understand the main contents of clear non-fiction texts, specialist texts and literature, as well as assimilate details through more thorough reading.
Pupils write in clear language, not only personal messages, narratives and reflections, but also summaries dealing with their own interests and study orientation.
Pupils describe the position enjoyed by the target language in the world, as well as make comparisons with their own cultural experiences on the basis of a knowledge of societal conditions, customs and traditions in areas where English is spoken.
Pupils take responsibility for planning, carrying out and evaluating their work, as well as using appropriate aids.
Criteria for Pass with distinction
Pupils understand the main features and most of the details of clearly spoken regional speech.
Pupils introduce and maintain a dialogue, obtain and provide information, as well as express their own views in a clear and easy to understand manner.
Pupils relate, describe and explain with context in their own areas of interest and competence, as well as retell and verbally summarise material that is well-known to them.
Pupils understand not only the main contents, but also most of the details in clear non-fiction texts and literature, as well as more difficult texts through more thorough reading.
Pupils write letters, notes and summaries of material they have obtained in a clear and informative way that is appropriate for different purposes and audiences.
Criteria for Pass with special distinction
Pupils understand and comment on both the whole and the details of clearly enunciated spoken language with variations in tempo, as well as understand the subtleties of the language.
Pupils are able to converse freely and with good fluency in different situations, express themselves in a variety of speech forms and adapt their language to the subject, situation and listener.
Pupils draw conclusions from their reading on the purpose of a text, understand the views and values expressed therein, both in terms of details and overall contents.
Pupils write with coherence and variation, use words and structures with confidence, as well as communicate in writing in ways appropriate to different audiences.