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CURRICULUM MODELS.

1.- Find an appropiate name for your Project in English.

To improve the teaching of language and literature with the use of methodological
strategies

2.- Outline briefly in English the research question that originated your project.

- The teaching is not guided by the development of performance criteria skills

- Does not present a goal to achieve during class time.

- Students are simple repeaters of what the teacher indicates.

- Copy everything the teacher writes on the board.

- When a question is asked the students remain silent for a certain time and in the end the
teacher is the one who answers the question.

- There is use of support material (infocus, laptop, etc.) in class, however, it is only to
reproduce the content of the student guide text.

3.- Justify your Project from theorical point of view in English, explaining how to solve the
problematic situation regarding the 2016 Ecuadorian Curriculum Project implementation in
the school or classroom when you did your practicum.

How the curriculum models could influence positively the solution of the identified
problem.

First identify the curriculum model that is used in the classroom and in the school.

Then observe and compare if it is being fulfilled what the curricular theory proposes in its
phases of design, management, evaluation, but in a particular way in the phase of curricular
development.

We focus our attention on the curricular level corresponding to the micro curriculum, it has
different important aspects that are detailed below:

Its purpose is to develop the planning units.

The teachers are responsible for planning.

Performance of the teacher in the classroom.

It should contain: Purposes, content objectives, methodology, resources and evaluation.

It governs the macro curriculum (national curriculum)


It obeys the meso curriculum (institutional curricular planning)

It is flexible and contextualized to improve the vision of education

Because our problem is focused on the inappropriate use of strategies within the classroom,
we do a brief research and consider the following strategies that may be useful to improve
classroom learning.

Testing Strategies.

These are those that involve active repetition of content (saying, writing), or focusing on
key parts of it. Examples are:

Repeat terms aloud, mnemonic rules, copy the material object of learning, take literal notes,
underline.

Strategies of elaboration.

They involve making connections between the new and the familiar. For example:

Paraphrasing, summarizing, creating analogies, taking non-literal notes, answering


questions (including those in the text or those that can be formulated by the student),
describing how new information relates to existing knowledge.

Organizational strategies.

They group information to make it easier to remember. They involve imposing structure on
learning content, dividing it into parts and identifying relationships and hierarchies.
Examples include:

Summarize a text, outline, underline, synoptic box, semantic network, conceptual map,
ordered tree.
Within these strategies we have chosen The strategies of elaboration since for a third degree
we allow the active participation of the student and that is the student who builds his own
knowledge with the teacher's guide

How the other fourth term has helped you in the development of your project.

Teaching and learning of Language II.

It contributes to the development of our Thinking since we have tackled topics of common
interest, one of these topics is reading and book selection. While it is true, reading is of vital
importance for both teachers and students.

Diagnostic Approach to curricular models applied in Educational Institutions: Case study.

We have approached the subject of the curriculum starting from its concept until analyzing
each one of its elements. Also this subject will allow us to perform an analysis from a
situation by doing a brief study.

Integrative Chair: Design management and evaluation of contextualised, flexible and


adapted curricular models.

It gives us concepts of basic terms such as: curriculum design, curriculum management and
curriculum evaluation What? How? To Whom? This will allow us to have a different
perspective because from a concept we can infer or know with more certainty that refers to
a subject.

Curricular models: fundamentals, approaches and values.

This construct contributes to our work with the analysis of the different models studied
about the application of the curriculum. Like the models of Taba, Tyler or Cesar Coll where
the most important thing is constructivism.

Convergence of educational media: the inverted classroom and TICS

It presents its contribution to our subject through the importance of the use of the
technologies for a good learning.

Models and processes of investigation: diagnosis

He presents his contribution to our subject through how to make a good diagnosis in the
pedagogical aspect.