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UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE MACHALA


UNIDAD ACADÉMICA DE INGENIERÍA CIVIL

CARRERA DE INGENIERÍA CIVIL

PORTAFOLIO

ESTUDIANTE:
Lisbeth Torres Naranjo.

DOCENTE:
Lic. Kleber Sarmiento

ASIGNATURA:
Inglés

SEMESTRE:
1ero

PARALELO:
“B”

EL ORO – MACHALA
2017
Diarios De
Clase
Sample Scoring Rubrics for Presentations
Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentations: Example #1

Total
Category Scoring Criteria Points Score
The type of presentation is appropriate for the topic and 5
audience.
Organization
Information is presented in a logical sequence. 5
(15 points) Presentation appropriately cites requisite number of references. 5
Introduction is attention-getting, lays out the problem well, and 5
establishes a framework for the rest of the presentation.
Technical terms are well-defined in language appropriate for 5
the target audience.
Content Presentation contains accurate information. 10
Material included is relevant to the overall message/purpose. 10
(45 points) Appropriate amount of material is prepared, and points made 10
reflect well their relative importance.
There is an obvious conclusion summarizing the presentation. 5
Speaker maintains good eye contact with the audience and is 5
appropriately animated (e.g., gestures, moving around, etc.).
Speaker uses a clear, audible voice. 5
Delivery is poised, controlled, and smooth. 5
Presentation Good language skills and pronunciation are used. 5
Visual aids are well prepared, informative, effective, and not 5
(40 points) distracting.
Length of presentation is within the assigned time limits. 5
Information was well communicated. 10
Score Total Points 100
Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentations: Example #2

Content and Scientific Merit (60 points)


Introduction:
○ Defines background and importance of research.
○ States objective, and is able to identify relevant questions.

Body:
○ Presenter has a scientifically valid argument.
○ Addresses audience at an appropriate level (rigorous, but generally understandable to a scientifically-minded
group).
○ Offers evidence of proof/disproof.
○ Describes methodology.
○ The talk is logical.

Conclusion:
○ Summarizes major points of talk.
○ Summarizes potential weaknesses (if any) in findings.
○ Provides you with a “take-home” message.

Speaking Style/Delivery (20 points)


○ Speaks clearly and at an understandable pace.
○ Maintains eye contact with audience.
○ Well rehearsed (either extemporaneous or scripted presentation).
○ Limited use of filler words (“umm,” “like,” etc.).
○ Speaker uses body language appropriately.
○ Speaker is within time limits.
○ Speaker is able to answer questions professionally.
○ Speaker is dressed appropriately.

Audio/Visual (20 points)


○ Graphs/figures are clear and understandable.
○ The text is readable and clear.
○ Audio/Visual components support the main points of the talk.
○ Appropriate referencing of data that is/was not generated by presenter

General Comments
Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentations: Example #3

PRESENCE 5 4 3 2 1 0
-body language & eye contact
-contact with the public
-poise
-physical organization

LANGUAGE SKILLS 5 4 3 2 1 0
-correct usage
-appropriate vocabulary and grammar
-understandable (rhythm, intonation, accent)
-spoken loud enough to hear easily

ORGANIZATION 5 4 3 2 1 0
-clear objectives
-logical structure
-signposting

MASTERY OF THE SUBJECT 5 4 3 2 1 0


-pertinence
-depth of commentary
-spoken, not read
-able to answer questions

VISUAL AIDS 5 4 3 2 1 0
-transparencies, slides
-handouts
-audio, video, etc.

OVERALL IMPRESSION 5 4 3 2 1 0
-very interesting / very boring
-pleasant / unpleasant to listen to
-very good / poor communication

TOTAL SCORE _______ / 30


Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentations: Example #4

Poor Excellent
PRESENTATION SKILLS 1 2 3 4 5
Were the main ideas presented in an orderly and clear manner?..................................    
Did the presentation fill the time allotted? ...................................................................    
Were the overheads/handouts appropriate and helpful to the audience? .....................    
Did the talk maintain the interest of the audience? ......................................................    
Was there a theme or take-home message to the presentation? ...................................    
Was the presenter responsive to audience questions? ..................................................    

KNOWLEDGE BASE
Was proper background information on the topic given? ............................................    
Was the material selected for presentation appropriate to the topic? ...........................    
Was enough essential information given to allow the audience to effectively ............    
evaluate the topic?
Was irrelevant or filler information excluded? ............................................................    
Did the presenter have a clear understanding of the material presented? ....................    

CRITICL THINKING
Were the main issues in this area clearly identified? ...................................................    
Were both theoretical positions and empirical evidence presented? ............................    
Were the strengths and weaknesses of these theories, and the methods used to ..........    
gather this evidence adequately explained?
Did the presenter make recommendations for further work in this area? ....................    
Did the main conclusions of the presentation follow from the material presented? ....    
Were competing explanations or theories considered and dealt with properly? ..........    

OVERALL IMPRESSION ........................................................................................................ _______ / 15

COMMENTS

TOTAL SCORE _______ / 100


Answer the questions.

Open your book. Close your book. Stand up. Ask.


Sit down.

Listen to the teacher. Read.

Draw.
Count. Write.

Speak in English.
Sing. Listen.
Say ‘Hello’.
Look.

Match.
Put your book away.
Take your book out.
Clean the board.
Write on the
board.

Point. Raise your hand.


Come here.
Work in pairs.
Come in.
Work in groups.

Do your homework.
Think. Be quiet.

Help each other. Bring your supplies.

Don’t sleep. Renata´s daily routines


Don’t talk. Don’t cheat. Don’t be late.
e
Vocabulary
a) Metro: a railroad system that runs under the ground below a city
b) day care: a place where babies and young children can be left and taken care of while their parents are at work

c) (to) get off: to leave a bus, a train, plane, boat.


d) (to) babysit: to take care of children while their parents are not at home
e) (to) hit the road: to leave home and start a journey
f) (to) be done with work: to finish work

1. Complete the next sentences with the words below.

metro, day care, get off, baby sit, be done with work, hit the road
a) Renata __________ around 7.00.
b) Renata ___________ two girls at day care when she is done with her work.
c) When Renata _______________, she babysits two girls
d) Renata takes the____________, and then she takes a bus.
e) Parents put their babies at ___________.
f) When Renata _________________, she calls her parents and eats dinner.

2. Listen to Renata talking about her daily routines. Then order the events from 1-9
__1___She wakes up around 6.30.

______ She get dressed


______ She takes her shower
_______ she takes a bus
_______She takes the metro (train) to get to work
_______ she goes to day care
_______ she arrives at school
________ she gets home
________ she calls her family and eats dinner
3. Answer next questions about Renata´s daily routines.
Where is Renata from?_______________________
Where does she live? ________________________
What are Renata´s jobs? ________________________

Mike´s daily routines


Vocabulary
Work-out: refers a period of time that is spent exercising.
Weightlifting: the process of using weights to help to build up certain muscle groups in
the body.
(to) live abroad: to live in a different country than where you are from.
what needs to be done: refers to the things that need to be achieved.
(to) sum up : to summarize it.
1. Complete the next sentences with the words below.

Work-out, weightlifting, live abroad, what needs to be done, sum up


a) I think I would quite like to __________ at some point in my life.
b) So to _______, you think that I need to clean my room.
c) I will help you with the housework. Tell me ________________________.
d) I have never tried _________________. It looks like hard work.
e) I try to do a _______________ every day.
2. Listen to Mike talking about her daily routines. Then order the events from 1-9
__1___He gets up at 6.30.

______ He goes to the gym for a work-out.


______ He does aerobics, exercises for a while.
_______He returns home
_______ He does some weightlifting for about half an hour.
_______ Mike turns on the computer and starts working on what needs to be done.
_______ After lunch, he continues working until 6 o´clock.
_______ He prepares a fairly big lunch about noon.
________ He gets call from friends who live abroad in the evenings.

3. Answer next questions about Mike´s daily routines.


Where does Mike usually do in the mornings?_______________________________________

Where does Mike usually do in the afternoons ?______________________________________


Where does Mike usually do in the evenings ?______________________________________
Sophie is eleven years old and she lives in Brighton,
England.
She usually gets up at a quarter to eight, she has a shower,
gets dressed and then she brushes her teeth. After that, she
goes downstairs and has breakfast. For breakfast she usually
has milk, toast and orange juice. Then she brushes her teeth
again because she likes them white and healthy!
Then she grabs her school bag and goes to the bus stop to
catch the school bus. Classes start at half past eight and finish
at half past four. She usually has lunch at the school canteen
with her schoolmates at about 12 o’clock. Her best friend is
Amy and Sophie always sits next to her at lunch.
After school she returns home and does her homework. She
is a very hard-working pupil and she never misses a school
task! After homework, she usually listens to music and
watches television a bit.
At half past seven it is time for dinner. Then she usually
reads a book or chats with her parents for a while.
Finally, she goes to bed at about ten o’clock, but before that
she brushes her teeth. Sophie is a happy little girl!

A B
Answer the questions about the text. Order Sophie’s daily routine.
1. What time does Sophie get up? She goes to bed at about ten o’clock.
-------------------------------------------------- She gets dressed.
2. Does she usually have a shower? She catches the bus to school.
-------------------------------------------------- She has lunch at the school canteen.
3. What does she eat for breakfast? She listens to music.
-------------------------------------------------- She gets up.
4. What does she drink for breakfast? She does her homework.
-------------------------------------------------- She has a shower.
5. What does she do after breakfast? She has dinner.
--------------------------------------------------
6. Does she go to school on foot?
--------------------------------------------------
7. What time does school start?
-------------------------------------------------- Write the sentences in the interrogative
8. What time does it finish? C
and negative forms.
-------------------------------------------------- 1. Sophie brushes her teeth three times a day.
9. Where does Sophie usually have lunch? NEG --------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------- INT --------------------------------------------------
10. Who is Sophie’s best friend? 2. She goes to school by bus.
-------------------------------------------------- NEG --------------------------------------------------
11. What does Sophie do when she returns home? INT --------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------- 3. She listens to music.
12. How many times a day does she brush her NEG --------------------------------------------------
teeth? INT --------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------- 4. She chats with her parents for a while.
13. Is she a happy girl? NEG --------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------- INT --------------------------------------------------
Ryan Brown is ten years old. He lives in a big house in London
with his father, Mr. Brown, his mother, Laura and his little sister,
Claire.
His father is a bank clerk and his mother is a travel agent.
Claire is a baby.
Every morning they get up early. At 7.20 Ryan has a quick
shower. Then he goes to the dining room where they have an
enormous breakfast.
The Browns go to work by car. Mr. Brown drives it. Ryan goes to
school on foot with his best friend Mum and Claire stays at home
with the baby-sitter.
At noon Ryan has lunch in the school canteen with his friends.

The Browns go back home after tea. Ryan does his homework and Laura works in the garden.
Mr. Brown goes to the library. They have dinner at 7.30 p.m. They talk a lot during dinner.
Then, they watch their favourite TV programme and they go to bed.

True or False? Answer the questions about the


1. Ryan has got a sister. text.
2. Ryan lives in Hendon. 1. How old is Ryan?
3. He does his homework before ------------------------------------------
tea. ---
4. The Browns don’t watch TV. 2. Where does he live?
5. The Browns have breakfast at ------------------------------------------
7.30. ---
6. Claire is a baby. 3. Does he live with his parents?
------------------------------------------
Order Ryan’s daily routine. ---
4. What’s his father’s job?
Ryan has lunch at the school. _____ ------------------------------------------
Ryan walks to school. _____ ---
He has a shower. _____ 5. What’s his mother’s job?
Ryan does his homework _____ ------------------------------------------
He watches TV with his _____ ---
family. _____ 6. What time do the Browns get up?
He has breakfast. _____ ------------------------------------------
Ryan gets up. _____ ---
He has dinner with his _____ 7. How does Ryan go to school?
family. ------------------------------------------
Ryan goes to bed. ---
Present Simple-Positive-Negative- Questions
Name:______________________________________________________.
Look
Date:at_________________________
the information in the table and
Class: write about what they like and don’t like.
________________________.
First, complete the column ME with your personal information. Then choose a partner and complete the column MY
PARTNER with his/her information.
QUESTIONS ME MY PARTNER
1. What time do you I wake up at 5.30 a.m. He/she wakes at 6.00 am.
wake up?

2. When do you brush


your teeth?
3. What time do you
take/have a
shower?
4. What time do you
get dressed?
5. What time do you
eat/have
breakfast?
6. What do you have
for breakfast?
7. What time do you
take/catch a bus?
8. What time do you
start classes?
9. What time do you
return home?
10. What time do you
do your
homework?
Answer the questions.
1. What does Paul like?
Paul likes ………………………………………………………………………………………
2. What does Emma like?
Emma ………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. What do Pam and Sue like?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4. What doesn’t Paul like?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
5. What doesn’t Emma like? Complete
Give shortthe sentences with information from the
answers.
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. table.
1. Does Paul like apples? ………………………………………………………
6. What don’t Pam and Sue like?

   
   
2. Does likes
●Emma Emma…………., …………..,
like pears? …………. and …………….but she
……………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 
 
    
doesn’t
3. Do Pam and Sue like oranges?nor
like ………………, ……………… ……………………

 
……………………………………….
7. What do Paul and Emma like? ●Paul likes ……………, …………… and ……………, but he doesn’t
4. Does Emma like strawberries? ……………………………………..
............................................................................................................. likeDoes
………………...,
5. Paul like………………., ……………….. nor ………………….
grapes? ……………………………………………………
8. What do Paul, Pam and Sue don’t like? ●Paul and Emma like ……………, but they don’t like ………….
Pam & Sue 6. Do Paul and Emma like watermelon? …………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Sue and Paul like …………, but
Paul
Emma apples pears strawberries bananas
●Pam,
7. Does Paul like bananas?
oranges watermelon like ……….
they don’t
grapes………………………………………………….
Fill in the gaps with the verb “to like” in the Present Simple in the positive and negative forms.
1. Paul _______________ () apples but he ________________ () watermelon.

2. Emma _______________ () strawberries but she _________________ () oranges.

3. Pam and Sue ________________ () pears but they _________________ () grapes.

4. Emma _________________ () apples, and she also _________________ () pears.

5. Paul and Emma ________________ () apples but they _________________ () watermelon.

6. Emma, Pam and Sue ___________________ () bananas.


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7. Emma __________________ () bananas and she also __________________ () watermelon.

8. Pam and Sue ______________ () pears and they also ________________ () strawberries.
Put the sentences below both in the negative and interrogative forms.
1. Sandra likes apples.
NEGATIVE ______________________________________________________________
INTERROGATIVE _________________________________________________________
2. Peter likes raw carrots.
NEGATIVE ______________________________________________________________
INTERROGATIVE _________________________________________________________
3. My parents like pineapple.
NEGATIVE ______________________________________________________________
INTERROGATIVE _________________________________________________________
4. Susan and Mandy like broccoli.
NEGATIVE ______________________________________________________________
INTERROGATIVE _________________________________________________________
5. Children like orange juice.
NEGATIVE ______________________________________________________________
INTERROGATIVE _________________________________________________________
6. Babies like milk.
NEGATIVE ______________________________________________________________
INTERROGATIVE _________________________________________________________

What about you? What do you like?


1. Do you like oranges? ________________________________________________________
2. Do you like watermelon? _____________________________________________________
3. Do you like grapes? _________________________________________________________
4. Do you like bananas? ________________________________________________________
5. Do you like pears? __________________________________________________________

Write a short text about your likes and dislikes.


______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Name: ____________________________
Clas:________________________
ACTIVITY 1: Match the food. Then classify them in COUNTABLES or UNCOUNTABLES.
EGGS

CHICKEN
ICE CREAM

CHICKEN
CHEESE
CHOCOLA FRENCH
SANDWIC FRIES C
E HOT DOG
BREAD R
BANANA
R E
PIZZA A
I
L
HAMBURGU
C
ER
E
SPAGHET

UNCOUNTABLES
COUNTABLES
Actividades
Intraclase