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MATERIAL DESIGN

WORKSHEETS FOR TUTORIAL CLASSES

By: Gerardo Prez


Class: English as a Foreign
Language Methodology
Professor: Roxanna Correa Prez
Katiuska Santibnez

November 2014. Concepcin.

Shopping Centre Advertisement


Instructions:
-it must be done in groups of four.
-you have to look for information about what types of clothes are sold in shop
centres.
-you are going to be given a season to represent the seasonal clothing.

Theme:
-each group has to imagine as if they are shop centre owners and you have to
decide what type of clothing is going to be sold, creating an advertisement
according to the season previously given.
Advertisement:

-you have to get to an agreement and then create a sale advertisement offering
the seasonal clothing.
-you should go to a real shopping centre to get information about how ads are
made and what sort of clothing shop centres sell in the specific season.
-In the ad, there must be at least 20 pieces of clothing.
-there should be clothes for different gender and ages (for male, for women, for
children).
-you must include at least 5 accessories within the 20 pieces of clothing.
-In the ad, there must be the percentage off of the clothes.
-you should also include a telephone number as well as a webpage.
-The ad will be a digitalised one, using the webpage:
http://www.glogster.com

Scoring Instrument: Check List


Yes

The ad contains 20 pieces of clothing or more


There are pieces of clothing for women
There are pieces of clothing for men
There are pieces of clothing for children
There are 5 pieces of accessories or more
There are the percentages off of clothing
There are both telephone number and webpage
It is a digital advertisement
It is hand in on time
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No

Brochure
Instructions:
1. It is a group work, between two and four students, either one or five is not
allowed.
2. It can be done in any brochure format.
3. It must contain a cover, an introduction to
the topic, the aspects ask bellow, 2 links to
webpages for more information and a
conclusion.
4. In the cover, it should have the name of the
participants, subject and teacher.
5. It should have pictures that represent the topic.
Cities:

You must choose one city:

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Santiago
Buenos Aires
Mexico D.F.
Washington D.C.
Paris
London
Moscow
Barcelona

You have to describe the following aspects of the city you chose:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

9. Sydney
10. New York
11. Prague
12. Beijing
13. Tokyo
14. Berlin
15. Rio de Janeiro

History (when it was founded).


Type of city.
Geographical location.
Population.
Language.
Description of:
Local seasonal weather (Describe the climate of this
city. Include its average temperatures in winter and
summer).
Tourist attractions (places to visit).
Nightlife.
7. An important or interesting fact of the city.
8. Describe some of the customs and cultures of this country.
(People, typical food, clothing, festivals or celebrations).

Scoring Instrument: Analytic Rubric


CATEGORY

Content

Ss brochure
contains all (8) the
required
descriptions of the
city.

Ss brochure
contains some (6-7)
of the required
descriptions of the
city.

Ss brochure
contains some (2-5)
of the required
descriptions of the
city.

Ss brochure
contains one or any
of the required
descriptions of the
city.

Accuracy

Students make
between 1-2 errors
in grammar or
spelling.

Students make 3-4


errors in grammar
and/or spelling.

Students make 5-6


errors in grammar
and/or spelling

Students make more


than 4 errors in
grammar and/or
spelling.

Range of Vocabulary

Students correctly
use 4 or more new
words and are
appropriate used.

Students attempt to
use new words, but
not all the words are
appropriate used.

Students use 2 or
more new words
and are appropriate
used.

Students do not use


new words, but all
of them are
appropriate used.

Creativity

Ss create an
attractive brochure
that is able to call
the readers
attention. Ss use
colours and images.

Ss create an
attractive brochure
that is able to call
the readers
attention. However,
Ss do not use
appropriate colours
and images.

Ss create a brochure
that might not call
the readers
attention. However,
Ss use colours and
images.

Ss create a brochure
that neither call the
readers attention
nor use colours and
images.

Neatness

Brochure is typed,
clean, not wrinkled,
and is easy to read
with no distracting
error corrections. It
was done with pride.

Brochure is neatly
written, clean, not
wrinkled, and is easy
to read with no
distracting error
corrections. It was
done with care.

Brochure is typed
and is crumpled or
slightly stained. It
may have 1-2
distracting error
corrections. It was
done with some
care.

Brochure is typed
and looks like it had
been shoved in a
pocket or locker. It
may have several
distracting error
corrections. It looks
like it was done in a
hurry or stored
improperly.

Date Created: Nov 16, 2014 09:48 am (CST)

[Designed by Prez, 2014]

Mini Spelling Bee

Instructions:
-Each Students will asked to spell 5 words.
-Each word will be pronounced twice. The third time will be
given in a sentence.
-The students will have only 1 minutes to answer. This
include, the first time word, the repetitions and the word in a
sentence.
-The students must say the word before they start spelling it, and to express
theyre done, the students must say the word again.
-Once they have starting spelling, they can star again only once, saying the word
out loud again.
-Each word is a point, the ones that have the best scores (from 3 to 5) pass to
the next round which are two more words.
The following words are the one to be studied by students before the mini
Spelling bee.
Swimsuit
Skirt
Gloves
Shoes
Trousers
Earing
Sweater
Top
Underwear
Windcheater
Denims
Vest
Housecoat
Leggings

T-shirt
Sandals
Hat
Scarf
Suit
Shirt
Blouse
Pullover
Cufflinks
Jumpsuit
Tunic
Uniform
Briefs
Stockings

Dress
Shorts
Jacket
Boots
Glasses
Watch
Cap
Necklace
Pyjama
Bikini
Jersey
Overalls
Undershirt
Robe

Sunglasses
High heels
Raincoat
Tie
Tracksuit
Socks
Jumper
Trainers
Windbreaker
Slacks
Cardigan
Nightgown
Pantyhose
Bathrobe

Scoring Instrument: Check List


Yes
S spells word 1 correctly
S spells word 2 correctly
S spells word 3 correctly
S spells word 4 correctly
S spells word 5 correctly
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No

Vocabulary Worksheet
Name:
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Date:

Complete the Clothing Crossword.


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Adopted from (Retrieved October 29th, 2014):


http://en.islcollective.com/resources/printables/worksheets_doc_docx/clothes_crossword__key/clothes-clothescrossword/6632

Checking Part:

-When checking the crossword, every time that a student is asked to give the
correct answer (randomly), he/she should say the word within a sentence adding
In summer (I wear a swimsuit) and the situation -when I go the
beach/swimming pool.

-If there is a grammar issue, a siren will start; so the student must tell a joke.
-if there is a pronunciation mistake, a bell will ring; so the student must sing the
chorus of a song.

-if the answer is right, the student gets 2 points to the next quiz.

Scoring Instrument: Check List

Yes
S gives the answer in a complete sentence
S uses correct grammar (wear instead of use)
S makes no mistake in pronunciation (clothing)
If the S made a grammar mistake, S tells the joke
If the S made a pronunciation mistake, S sings a song.
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No

Game: Talking about what I am wearing

Instructions:

-There will be two rows of chairs.


-The class will be divided into two groups. One group will leave the room. The
other group will stay.
-The group that stays will be seated in a chair with their eyes covered.
-The other group, while is outside the room, will interchange clothes with their
classmates.
-Once both groups are ready, the one outside will come into the room and be
seated randomly back to back with the other person.
-When both groups are seated, the one with the eyes covered will asked his/her
classmates if he/she is wearing something. For instance:

-S1: Are you wearing a raincoat?


-S2: No, Im not
-S1: Are you wearing a jumper?
-S2: Yes, I am.

-S1 can only ask 8 questions only.


-When the S1 discovers what the other person is wearing, he/she can take the
cover off his/her eyes. If he/she doesnt must keep the cover on his/her eyes. It
means he/she loses the game.
-Once everybody is finished, the roles of the groups change, and the activity
begins again.
-The ones that won the game earn extra points for the next summative evaluation.

Scoring Instrument: Check List

Yes
S1 asks S2 what he/she is wearing
S1 uses correct question structure
S2 answers S1 question
S2 uses correct answer structure
Ss interchange roles
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No

Oral Presentation: Movie Review


Instructions:
1. Get in groups of four.
2. Choose any film you like the most.
3. Present the film to you classmates and explain what happens in the film (plot),
but DO NOT tell the end of the film.
4. Present background information, who the director is and who the
characters and main actors and actresses are.
5.

Explain why you chose the film.

6.

You can use any visual aid you like

such as: Prezi, Glogster, Power Point


Presentation, etc.
7.

Reading is not allowed when

presenting.

Visual Aid:

1. It must contain the cover of the film


2. It must contain the name of the film in the original language and in English.
3. It must contain the name of the director and main characters.
4. You must use images that are representative of the film.
5. You can show the trailer of the film either at the beginning of the presentation
or at the end.

Scoring Instrument: Rating Scale

Excellent (4)

Good (3)

Needs

Insufficient

Improvement (2)

(1)

Content
Accuracyx2
Range of
Vocabulary
Pronunciation
Intonation
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+ Check List

Visual Aid
V aid contains the cover of the film
V aid contains the name of the film in the original language and
in English
V aid contains the name of the director and main characters
There are images that represent the film
The trailer of the film is present
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Yes

No

Phonetic Transcription Gallery


Pronunciation Activity

Instructions:
-Students will be given 7 words (nouns/adjectives/verbs/adverbs) written in the
English alphabet.
-On the walls of the classroom, there will be the pronunciation in IPA of the words
given to the students.
-The students must copy the pronunciation of the words.
-Once they have the pronunciation of the words, they have to go to the teacher
and pronounce the words.
-One word pronounce well means one point.
Words:

trousers

/tra.zz/

literature

/lt.r..tr/

further

/f.r/

machine

/min/

wonderful

/wn.d.fl/

championship /tm.pi.n.p/

honourable

/n.r..bl/

daughter

/d.tr/

kindergarten /kn.d.tn/ council

/kan.sl/

measurable

/me.r..bl/

skirt

/skt/

Wednesday

/wenz.de/

vaccine

/vk.sin/

earthquake

/.kwek/

Thursday

/z.de/

schedule

/sked.jul/

colleague

/kl.i/

taught

/tt/

culture

/kl.tr/

Scoring Instrument: Check List

Yes No
S pronounces 1st word correctly
S pronounces 2nd word correctly
S pronounces 3rd word correctly
S pronounces 4th word correctly
S pronounces 5th word correctly
S pronounces 6th word correctly
S pronounces 7th word correctly
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Restaurant Review Film

Instructions:
1. Go to a restaurant with a partner that you like the most. It can be a fast food
restaurant as well.
2. You have to record yourself going to the restaurant,
and asking for the meal.
3. -You have to tell why it is your favourite restaurant
and why you decided to go there.
4. -When you are in your table
about to start eating, you
have to describe what the meal
contains.
5.

-Once you are ready with your meal, you have to

report how tasty it was and whether you recommend the


restaurant or not.
6.

-You can also recommend to your classmates some

meals and if the restaurant has other centres to visit as


well.

Scoring Instrument: Analytic Rubric


CATEGORY

Task Accuracy

Ss show
understanding of
the task, so they do
what they are asked.

Ss show
understanding of
the task, however,
they do not fulfil the
task completely.

Ss do not
understand what
they have to do,
however, they fulfil
the task.

Ss do not both
understand the task
and fulfil the task.

Vocabulary

Ss use vocabulary
appropriate for the
audience and use
vocabulary
according to the
topic. (English)

Ss use vocabulary
appropriate for the
audience, but do not
use vocabulary
according to the
topic or vice versa.
(English)

Ss use neither
vocabulary
appropriate for the
audience nor use
vocabulary
according to the
topic. (English)

Ss speak in Spanish

Uses Complete
Sentences

Ss always (90-100%
of time) speak in
complete sentences.

Ss mostly (60-89%)
speak in complete
sentences.

Ss sometimes (3059%) speak in


complete sentences.

Ss rarely speak in
complete sentences.

Video Quality

The quality of the


video is excellent
and the speech is
clearly
understandable.

The quality of the


video is good and
the speech is not
clearly enough.

The quality of the


video is not good,
but the speech is
understandable

The quality of the


video is bad and the
speech is not
understandable at
all.

Enthusiasm

Facial expressions
and body language
generate a strong
interest and
enthusiasm about
the topic in others.

Facial expressions
and body language
sometimes generate
a strong interest and
enthusiasm about
the topic in others.

Facial expressions
and body language
are used to try to
generate
enthusiasm, but
seem somewhat
faked.

Very little use of


facial expressions or
body language. Did
not generate much
interest in topic
being presented.

Date Created: Nov 16, 2014 09:53 am (CST)

[Designed by Prez, 2014]

Webquest!

Go to the following link: http://zunal.com/share.php?w=256415

Follow the instructions and record what you are ask.

Send your recording to my e-mail: gperez.urena@gmail.com

Scoring Instrument: Rating Scale

The rubric attached bellow will be used in order to assess your performance
in the recording. Thus, pay attention to the descriptors to know in what for are
going to be evaluated.
Excellent (4)

Content
Accuracyx2
Range of
Vocabulary
Pronunciation
Intonation
[designed by Prez, 2014]

Good (3)

Needs

Insufficient

Improvement (2)

(1)

Describing what people are wearing ppt

This activity is the ppt attached to the folder