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UNIDAD EDUCATIVA FRANCISCANA "SAN ANDRÉS QUITUMBE"

EDUCAMOS CON VALORES HUMANOS, CRISTIANOS Y FRANCISCANOS

AÑO LECTIVO: 2019 - 2020

MICROCURRICULAR PLANNING DIDACTIC UNIT


ADAPTED CURRICULUM LEVEL 1 AND 2 TRANSIENT
Teacher: Lic. Oscar Espin C. Starting date: September 10th. –

Area: English as a Foreign Language Grade / 3RD BACC School year: 2019 - 2020
Course: A–B
Subject: English Time: 5 hours X 6 weeks -10%
(LEARNING EVALUATION
AND UNEXPECTED
ISSUES) 24 hours
Unit Title: What are you like?
Unit Specific Objectives: O.EFL. 5.6
Through selected media, participate in reasonably extended spoken or written dialogue with peers from different L1
backgrounds on work, study, or general topics of common interest, expressing ideas and opinions effectively and
appropriately.

EVALUATION CRITERIA COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL AWARENESS:


CE.EFL.5.4
Communicate effectively using a variety of media and formats, including ICT, by saying things in alternative ways and
applying self-correcting and self-monitoring strategies when needed.

ORAL COMMUNICATION:
CE.EFL 5.8
Respond to and build on other people’s ideas in extended conversations on familiar social and academic topics by
expressing opinions and feelings and clarifying meaning.

READING:
CE.EFL.5.12
Engage with a variety of digital and print texts and resources by evaluating and detecting complexities and
discrepancies in the information in order to find the most appropriate sources to support an idea or argument.
WRITING:
CE.EFL.5.14
Identify, critically evaluate and recommend a variety of potential resources and references, including digital tools that
support collaboration and productivity, for educational and academic use.

LANGUAGE THROUGH THE ARTS:


CE.EFL.5.19
Engage in collaborative activities through a variety of student groupings in order to solve problems and reflect on
literary texts, and produce criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of the group.

SKILLS AND PERFORMANCE METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES RESOURCES EVALUATION


CRITERIA TO BE DEVELOPED
PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUES /
INDICATORS INSTRUMENTS
COMMUNICATION AND Paraphrasing an idea when a peer asks Student’s Book COMMUNICATION AND TECHNIQUES:
CULTURAL AWARENESS: for clarification. CD player CULTURAL AWARENESS:  Peer
EFL.5.1.11 Class CD I.EFL. 5.4.1 Observation.
Apply self-correcting and self- Keeping a record of one’s mistakes and Digital Book Learners can communicate  Questionnaires.
monitoring strategies in social and accomplishments and updating it Teacher Toolkit effectively using a variety of  Glossary
classroom interactions by adjusting frequently. media and formats, including activities.
presentation and language ICT, by saying things in
production to effectively express Using a definition or example to explain alternative ways and applying INSTRUMENTS FOR
opinions and make evaluations. a concept or word. self-correcting and self- ORAL AND WRITTEN
monitoring strategies when EVALUATION:
ORAL COMMUNICATION: Practicing the language needed to deal needed.  Oral interviews
EFL.5.2.9 with a need through a mini role play. individual / in
Build on other’s ideas when engaged ORAL COMMUNICATION: pairs
in pair, group or whole class Conducting a class survey. I.EFL.5.8.1  Practical
discussions on personal, social, Learners can respond to and Exams.
community and academic topics. Comparing answers in pairs or small build on other people’s ideas in  Writing Tests.
groups. extended conversations on
READING: familiar social and academic
EFL.5.3.5 Working in pairs to complete an topics by expressing opinions
Assess, compare and evaluate the information gap activity. and feelings and clarifying
quality or written texts and visual meaning.
presentations using different criteria Showing a movie trailer and asking
and ICT tools related to the learners to share their opinions in pairs
organization, subject area and and say whether they would go see that
purpose of a text. movie or not.
WRITING: READING:
EFL.5.4.2 Establishing a clear expectation of I.EFL.5.12.1
Identify a variety of types and English use for classroom functions. Learners can engage with a
formats of potential resources and Thinking of questions about a topic and variety of digital and print texts
the value, purpose and audience of then using the Internet and other and resources by evaluating
each for use in the educational sources to find the answers. and detecting complexities and
domain. discrepancies in the
Recommending an informational web information in order to find the
LANGUAGE THROUGH THE site to another learner. most appropriate sources to
ARTS: support an idea or argument.
EFL.5.5.9 Comparing and contrasting the opinions
Engage in collaborative activities of two experts on a topic of personal WRITING:
through a variety of student interest. I.EFL.5.4.1
groupings to share, reflect on, Learners can identify, critically
express and interpret opinions and Using a rubric to evaluate a print or evaluate and recommend a
evaluations of a range of literary online resource. variety of potential resources
texts. and references, including
Recommending a reference article to a digital tools that support
friend, giving specific reasons for the collaboration and productivity,
recommendation. for educational and academic
use.
Collaborating on a brainstorm through
the use of an online bulletin board such LANGUAGE THROUGH THE
as padlet.com ARTS.
I.EFL.5.17.1
Analyzing three different types of Learners can demonstrate and
dictionaries. convey different levels of
meaning in literary texts by
Summarizing the main idea of a song. identifying distinguishing
features, interpreting implicit
Reciting a poem, using intonation and and explicit messages and
gestures. responding in a variety of
ways.
Brainstorming features and conventions
of a genre and then reading an example
in order to locate each one.

Participating in a performance, such as a


lip-synching contest or play.
BIBLIOGRAPHY / WEBGRAPHY (Use APA VI edition norms.) OBSERVATIONS
There will be a record of any new issue that may appear in our way to the fulfilling of this
Brewster, S. (2016). Stopwatch 6 Teacher’s Guide. Mexico DF, planning. Also, some fittings may be suggested, for the better achievement of the goal of
Mexico: Richmond Publishing. what is planned in the instrument.

DONE BY: REVISED BY: APPROVED BY:

TEACHER: Lcdo. Oscar Espin NAME: Lic. Andrea Lomas Guerrero NAME: Lic. Fernando Vásquez
SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE:

DATE: September, 10th., 2019 DATE: September, 10th., 2019 DATE: September, 10th., 2019