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UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE CHIMBORAZO

VICERRECTORADO ACADÉMICO
UNIDAD DE PLANIFICACIÓN ACADÉMICA
CENTRO DE IDIOMAS
SÍLABO DE LA ASIGNATURA: ENGLISH III

LANGUAGE CENTER

DOCENTE:
PERÍODO ACADÉMICO: Abril - Agosto 2018
LUGAR Y FECHA DE ELABORACIÓN: Riobamba, Marzo 2018
1. GENERAL DATA

SUBJECT: English 3
SUBJECT CODE: 3.08-EG-IN.3
SEMESTER: Third
ACADEMIC PERÍOD: April 2018 – August 2018
MODALITY: On Campus
FORMATIVE LEVEL: Undergraduate
UNITY OF CURRICULAR ORGANIZATION: General Education
TYPE OF SUBJECT: Mandatory
NUMBER OF WEEKS 16
NUMBER OF WEEKLY HOURS: 6
TOTAL OF HOURS PER ACADEMIC PERIOD:
96 h.
Virtual: 32 h.
Total: 128 h.
NUMBER OF CREDITS: 8
ACADEMIC TEACHER BACKGROUND: English Teacher

2. PRE- REQUIREMENTS AND CO- REQUIREMENTS


PRE- REQUIREMENTS CO- REQUIREMENTS
SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT CODE
1 English II 2.08-EG-IN.2 N/A

3. SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
English as a foreign language aims to satisfy the increasing demand to communicate in English
to obtain better educational or job opportunities and more meaningful interaction with other
cultures. The Ecuadorian society requires future professionals with English communicative
competences under international standards according to the Common European Framework of
Reference (CEFR 1 to B2) A1, A2, B1, B2.

A1
 Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at
the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type.
 Can introduce themselves and others and can ask and answer questions about personal
details such as where he/she lives, people they know and things they have.
 Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is
prepared to help.

A2
 Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most
immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local
geography, employment).
 Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of
information on familiar and routine matters.
 Can describe in simple terms aspects of their background, immediate environment and
matters in areas of immediate need.
B1
 Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly
encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.
 Can deal with most situations likely to arise while travelling in an area where the language
is spoken.
 Can produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest.
 Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give
reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
B2
 Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics,
including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization.
 Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with
native speakers quite possible without strain for either party.
 Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on
a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

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4.8 To encourage the inter -cultural dialogue as an articulator axis of the pedagogical model
and the use of the educative space.

To promote the learning of a Foreign Language according to international parameters


from basic education to higher level”. Based on the article, we conclude, it supports every
career’s content providing useful topics according to students’ professional demands.
4.SUBJECT OBJECTVES:

In the aim to communicate in English as a foreign language, each objective will cover Listening
and Reading comprehension (receptive); Oral and Written communication (productive).
Thinking and studying skills and Cultural awareness. By the end of English Level Three students
will be able to:

General Objectives:

 Understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly
encountered in work, school, leisure, family information, shopping, local geography,
employment, etc.
 Deal with most situations likely to arise while travelling in an area where the language is
spoken.
 Produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest and
aspects of their background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate
need.
 Describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons
and explanations for opinions and plans.
Specific Objectives:
Unit 1
 Create patterns of conversations to be used when meeting someone new.
Unit 2
 Evaluate preferences about movies, recommend movies and discuss about the effects of
movie violence on viewers.
Unit 3
Apply vocabulary, conversations and structures related to staying in hotels.
Unit 4
 Create situations related to car driving.
Unit 5
 Apply vocabulary and structures about personal appearance and care.
Unit 6
 Apply information about local dishes through reading and listening activities in order to
discuss about food.
Unit 7
 Analyze likes and dislikes about people personality and its origin through interactive
activities to develop dialogues.
Unit 8
 Evaluate information about art to describe objects, recommend museums or touristic
places
Unit 9
 Synthesize how to use computers and solve technical problems to use them correctly.
Unit 10
 Analyze personal values and ethical choices with the purpose to act in a better way.
5. CURRICULAR UNITS
UNIT N° 1
UNIT’S NAME: Getting Acquainted
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 12 Virtual: 4 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES.
Students:
Speaking
Can give basic advice using simple language
Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Listening
Can understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Can get the gist of short, simple stories if delivered slowly and clearly.
Reading
Can generally understand straightforward factual texts on familiar topics.
Writing
Can write short basic descriptions of past events and activities.
EVALUATION CRITERIA.
Students:
Speaking
Give basic advice using simple language
Give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Listening
Understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Get the gist of short, simple stories if delivered slowly and clearly.
Reading
Understand straightforward factual texts on familiar topics.
Writing
Write short basic descriptions of past events and activities.
CONTENTS
TIMING TEACHING ACTIVITIES
¿Qué debe saber, hacer y ser?

TIME
APPLICATION & AUTONOMOUS
TEACHING
TOPICS AND SUBTOPICS: Time in EXPERIMENTATIO LEARNING
weeks ACTIVITIES
N ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES

Practice
Theory
1. Diagnosis Test. 1st - 2nd Warm-up
Applying diagnosis
Review of previous level. Preview: Reading
2h activities
Unit I Customs about the
Pair work: discussion
GETTING ACQUAINTED world.
Focus on language  Platform My English
Speaking Lab
Think & explain
Preview: Customs around 1 Photo story
Pair work: discussion
the world
 Homework
Lesson 1: Getting 2 1 Grammar:
reacquainted with someone.
Inductive analysis  Written assignments
Applying Inductive
Give examples
- Grammar: Present Perfect method
Asking & giving
- Conversation model: “I Speaking:  Research activities
information.
don´t think so” Getting Conversation model about customs.
Choosing the correct
reacquainted “Now you can..”activity
form.
- Pronunciation: Sound
Pair work: Completing
Reduction in the present Lesson reviews
Grammar practice.
perfect.
Speaking:
Reading & Listening
Lesson 2: Greet a visitor to 2 1 Conversation model
the conversation
your country. Vocabulary
- Conversation model: Say Digital flash cards Vocabulary flash card
“I know” Greeting a Grammar: player
visitor. Applying Inductive Grammar I. analysis
- Vocabulary: Tourist method Grammar practice
activities. Speaking: Listen to activate Gr.
- Grammar Present Perfect “Now you can..”activity Digital video:
Already, yet. conversation activator.
1
Lesson 3: Discuss gestures Vocabulary
and customs. 2 Digital flash cards Vocabulary flash card
- Before you read: Reading: player
Vocabulary: The Hand Before, During & after Identify supporting
- Reading: Get off on the activities details
right foot. Relate to personal exp.
Speaking:
“Now you can..”activity Pair work
Notepadding
Discussion

Lesson 4: Describe an Vocabulary


interesting experience. Digital flash cards Vocabulary flash card
- Before you listen. 2 1 Listening player
Vocabulary: Participial Listening Listen to classify
adjectives. comprehension Listen for details
- Listening comprehension activities
Speaking:
Review “Now you can..”activity
- Grammar exercises Notepadding to
- Writing answer qs.
Oral review
1 Pair work on
experiences
Listening, Grammar, Group work for
Writing description
Oral review. Listening to a conv.
Completing the conv.
Grammar exercises
Writing paragraphs
Pair work to create a
conversation
METHODS & EVALUATION TECHNIQUES
Diagnostic Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises
Instrument: Worksheets
Formative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises
Instrument: Worksheets
Technique: Oral presentations
Instrument: Rubrics
Summative Evaluation
Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Written test
Instrument: Questionnaire
UNIT N° 2
UNIT’S NAME:: GOING TO THE MOVIES
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES. Students:
Speaking
Can make and accept a simple apology.
Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Can express opinions using simple language.
Listening
Can understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Can recognize familiar key words and phrases in short, basic descriptions (e.g. of objects, people or animals) if spoken slowly and
clearly.
Reading
Can derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Can signal contrast in a simple text with a limited range of language
EVALUATION CRITERIA. Students
Speaking
Make and accept a simple apology.
Give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Express opinions using simple language.
Listening
Understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Recognize familiar key words and phrases in short, basic descriptions (e.g. of objects, people or animals) if spoken slowly and clearly.
Reading
Derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Signal contrast in a simple text with a limited range of language
Unit 2 GOING TO THE 3rd-4th (3h) Warm up Elicit info from Ss.  Platform My English
MOVIES Preview: Pair work & discussion Lab
Reading: Focus on the
Preview: Web flicks 1 Famous movies Language  Homework
- Speaking: pair work. Speaking: Infer meaning
Lesson 1: - Apologize for Photo story Think & explain  Written assignments
being late.
2 1
- Grammar: Present Perfect: Grammar: Inductive analysis
for , since Applying Inductive Grammar practice  Research activities
- Vocabulary: Explanations method about customs.
for being late. Vocabulary: Listen to activate vocab.
- Pronunciation: Reduction Digital flash cards
Reading & listening the Lesson reviews
of H
conversation model
- Conversation model: Speaking:
Rhythm & intonation
Apologize for being late. Conversation model
Conversation activator
“Now you can..”
video
activity
Change partners to
practice the convers.
Lesson 2: Discuss preferences
for movie genres.
Reading& Listening
- Vocabulary: Movie genres 2 1
Vocab flash card player
- Grammar: Ways to express Vocabulary
Listening to infer
wants and Digital flashcards
Discussion
preferences.(Would like –
Inductive analysis
would rather)
Grammar practice
- Conversation model: Grammar
Pair work for modeling
Discussing movie Using Inductive method
Conversation strategy
preferences.
analysis
Speaking:
Reading & Listening
Conversation model
Rhythm and Intonation
Conversation activator
video
“Now you can..”
Changing partners to
activity
change movies.
Lesson 3: Describe and
Recommend movies. Vocab. Flash card
2 1
- Before you listen: player
Vocabulary: Adjectives to Vocabulary Pairwork on movies
describe movies. Digital flashcards Listening for main ideas
- Listening comprehension: Listening to infer
Main ideas. Listening Listening for dictation
Listening Reading procedure
comprehension Notepadding to write
Speaking: notes
“Now you can..” Group work to describe
Lesson 4: Discuss effects of activity and recommend
violence on viewers. 1
- Before you read. Warm up
- Reading: Can violent Understand from
movies or TV programs Reading: context
harm Children? Before, During & after Confirm content
activities Evaluate ideas
Review Completing the chart
- gGrammar exercises Notepadding to write
- Writing paragraphs, Speaking: about films
Oral review: pair work. 1 “Now you can..” Discussion on specific
activity topic.
Listening to a conv.
Completing the conv.
Grammar exercises
Writing paragraphs
Listening, Grammar, Pair work to create a
Writing conversation
Oral review.
METHODS & EVALUATION TECHNIQUES

Formative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises Instrument: Worksheets
Technique: Oral presentations Instrument: Rubrics

Summative Evaluation
Technique: Exercises Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Written test Instrument: Questionnaire

UNIT N° 3
UNIT’S NAME: STAYING IN HOTELS
NUMBER OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES.
Students:
Speaking
Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Can introduce themselves on the phone and close a simple call.
Can deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Listening
Can understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation.
Can understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Reading
Can extract relevant details in everyday letters, brochures and short official documents.
Writing
Can write about everyday things (e.g. people, places, job, study) in linked sentences.
EVALUATION CRITERIA. Students:
Speaking
Give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Introduce themselves on the phone and close a simple call.
Deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Listening
Understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation.
Understand simple, everyday conversations if conducted slowly and clearly.
Reading
Extract relevant details in everyday letters, brochures and short official documents.
Writing
Write about everyday things (e.g. people, places, job, study) in linked sentences.
4th (3h) - 5th Warm up: Examining the website  Platform My English
Unit 3 Preview: Eliciting info Lab
STAYING IN HOTELS Explain the different Language & culture
1 bed sizes and kind of Vocabulary flash card  Homework
Preview rooms. player
- Vocabulary: Hotel room Speaking: Reading & Listening  Written assignments
types and kind of beds. Photo story: Focus on Language
- Speaking: Hotel services. Think and explain
Matching exercise  Research activities
Conversation model about customs.
Conversation strategy
analysis
Lesson reviews
2
Lesson 1: Leave and take a Grammar: Comprehension qs.
message. Use Inductive method. Inductive analysis
- Conversation Model: Grammar practice
Leaving a message. Speaking
- Grammar: Future with will. “Now you can..” Conversation activator
- Pronunciation: Contraction activity video
with will. Frame your ideas
Recycling the
language

Grammar Inductive analysis


Use Inductive method Grammar practice
Speaking
Conversation strategy
Conversation model
Lesson 2: Check into a hotel 2 1 analysis
“Now you can..”
- Grammar: The Real Comprehension qs.
activity
conditional. Practice the
- Conversation model: conversation
Checking into a hotel. Conversation activator
video
Changing partners to
practice the
conversation

2 1
Display flash cards
Lesson 3: Request Expand the vocabulary
Vocabulary:
housekeeping services Listen for details
Digital flashcards
- Before you listen: Pair work through
Listening
Vocabulary: Hotel room pictures
Listening
amenities and services. Role-play telephone
comprehension
conversations
Speaking:
- Listening Comprehension: “Now you can…” Recycling the lang.
For main ideas and details. activity.

1 1 Reading to explore
Reading: your ideas
Lesson 4: Choose a hotel. Before, during & after Draw conclusions
- Before you read: Ideas reading activities Identify supporting
about hotels. details.
- Reading: Top Notch
Travel. Frame your ideas
Speaking Pair work to find a
1
hotel
Review “Now you can…” Survey and discussion
- Grammar exercises. activity. Listening to a conv.
- Writing: paragraphs. Grammar exercises
- Oral review: Pair work. Writing paragraphs
Listening, Grammar, Pair work to create a
Writing conversation.
Oral review.

METHODS & EVALUATION TECHNIQUES

Formative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises
Instrument: Worksheets
Technique: Oral presentations
Instrument: Rubrics
Summative Evaluation
Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Written test
Instrument: Questionnaire

UNIT N° 4
UNIT’S NAME: CARS AND DRIVING
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES. Students:
Speaking
Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences)
Can deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Listening
Can understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation
Reading
Can derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Can make simple comparisons between people, places or things.
LEARNING OUTCOMES. Students:
Speaking
Give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences)
Deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Listening
Understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation
Reading
Derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Make simple comparisons between people, places or things.
Warm up Checking  Platform My English
Unit 4 6th-7th (3h)
Preview: comprehension Lab
CARS AND DRIVING
1 Analyze a survey about Vocabulary flash card
Preview
bad driving player
- Vocabulary: Habits of Bad Vocabulary Pair work to compare  Homework
drivers. Digital flash cards
- Speaking: Discuss about an Speaking Reading & Listening  Written assignments
accident. Photo story Focus on language:
Think & explain
Discussion by  Research activities
answering questions about customs.

Vocabulary Displaying digital


Lesson 1: Discuss a car 2 Digital flash cards flash cards  Lesson reviews
accident. Memory game Platform My English
- Vocabulary: Car parts. Lab
- Grammar: Past Grammar Inductive analysis
Continuous. Use Inductive method. Grammar practice  Homework
- Conversation model. Listen to activate
vocabulary
Speaking
Analysis of
Conversation model
Conversation strategy
comprehension
Listening and
repeating
Listening for specific
info
“Now you can…”
Conversation activator
activity
video
Change partners to
discuss cases
Don’t stop: Asking qs.
Game: Mime the
Lesson 2: Describe a car Vocabulary actions
2 1
problem. Digital flash cards Check comprehension
- Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs. Completing
- Grammar: Direct objects information
with phrasal verbs.
- Pronunciation: stress of Inductive analysis
particles in phrasal verbs. Grammar Vocab./grammar
- Conversation model. Use of inductive method practice

Speaking Conversation
Now you can… activity strategies analysis
Eliciting info
Comprehension qs.
Conversation activator
Changing partners to
describe problems

Vocabulary flash card


Lesson 3: Rent a Car. Vocabulary players
- Before you listen: Car Digital flash cards
types. 2 1 Listening Listen for details
- Listening Comprehension: Listening Listening to
for details and summarize comprehension summarize

Pair work to make


Speaking decisions
Now you can… activity Notepadding
Roleplaying
Vocabulary Vocab. Flash card
Digital flash cards player
Lesson 4: Discuss good and Warm up
bad driving. 1 1 Reading: Understanding from
- Before you read: Driving Before Reading context
behavior. Vocabulary Critical thinking
- Reading: Six tips for
defensive driving. Speaking Notepadding to
“Now you can… describe
“activity Discussing on specific
topic

Listening, Grammar, Listening to a


Review 1 Writing conversation
Oral review.
- Grammar exercises Grammar exercises
- Writing: paragraphs. Writing paragraphs
Oral review: Group story. Pair work to create a
story.

METHODS & EVALUATION TECHNIQUES


Formative Evaluation

Technique: Written exercises


Instrument: Worksheets
Technique: Oral presentations
Instrument: Rubrics

Summative Evaluation
Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Written test
Instrument: Questionnaire

UNIT N° 5
UNIT’S NAME: PERSONAL CARE AND APPEARANCE
NUMBER OF HOURS PER UNT: 9 Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES.
Students:
Speaking
Can express opinions using simple language.
Can deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Can make an appointment on the phone
Listening
Can understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard
speech.
Reading
Can generally understand details of events, feelings and wishes in letters, emails and online postings.
Writing
Can give opinions about news and stories using basic fixed expressions.
LEARNING OUTCOMES. Students:
Speaking
Express opinions using simple language.
Deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Make an appointment on the phone
Listening
Understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech.
Reading
Understand details of events, feelings and wishes in letters, emails and online postings.
Writing
Give opinions about news and stories using basic fixed expressions.
Unit 5 Warm up Vocab. Digital flash
Preview: cards player
 Platform My English
PERSONAL CARE AND Vocabulary
Lab
APPEARANCE 7th(3h)- 8th. Analyze a spa brochure
Speaking: Focus on the language
Preview Photo story Personalizing info  Homework
- Vocabulary Salon 1 Pair work to express
Services. opinion  Written assignments
- Speaking: Salon services. Vocabulary Vocabulary flash card
Digital flash cards player  Research activities
Lesson 1: Ask for something Listening to infer about customs.
in a store. Grammar
- Vocabulary: Personal care 2 Use inductive method Inductive analysis
products. Grammar Booster Grammar practice Lesson reviews
- Grammar: Quantifiers.
- Conversation model. Read and listen
Speaking
Conversation model Conversation strategy
analysis
“Now you can… “
activity Conversation activator
video
Recycling the
language
Lesson 2: Make an
appointment at a salon or spa. Speaking
- Conversation model 2 1 Conversation model Reading and listening
- Grammar: Indefinite to the conversation
pronouns. Rhythm and intonation
- Pronunciation: Unstressed Grammar
vowels. Use Inductive method Inductive analysis
Grammar Booster Listening to activate
vocabulary and
grammar
Grammar practice
Pronunciation of the
unstressed vowels.

Conversation activator
video
Lesson 3: Discuss ways to Speaking Change partners to
improve appearance. Now you can activity practice conversation
- Before you read.
2 1
- Reading: Cosmetic Reading to paraphrase
surgery. Understanding from
context.
Reading
Before, during & after Confirming content
activities and apply information

Framing your ideas


Notepadding
Speaking
Discussing on ways to
Now you can… activity
improve appearance.
Lesson 4: Define the meaning
of beauty.
Digital flash cards
- Before you listen:
Explore your ideas
vocabulary about beauty. Vocabulary
1 1 Pair work
- Listening Comprehension: Digital flash cards
Points of view.
Listen to recognize
someone’s point of
Listening
view
Listening
Listen to take notes
comprehension
.
Notepadding
Pair work
Review Speaking
Discussion
Grammar exercises. “Now you can… “
Writing: letters. activity
Listen to the
Oral review.
conversations
Listening, Grammar,
Grammar exercises
Writing
1 Write a formal letter
Oral review.
Talk about one
question about beauty.
Pair work to create a
conversation.
METHODS & EVALUATION TECHNIQUES

Formative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises
Instrument: Worksheets
Technique: Oral presentations
Instrument: Rubrics
Summative Evaluation
Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Written test
Instrument: Questionnaire
UNIT N° 6
UNIT NAME: EATING WELL
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 h. Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students:
Speaking
Can communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges of information.
Can decline offers using basic fixed expressions.
Can make simple, direct comparisons between two people or things using common adjectives.
Can use a limited range of fixed expressions to describe objects, possessions, or products.
Listening
Can understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation.
Can recognize phrases and content words related to familiar topics (e.g. shopping, local geography).
Reading
Can derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Can identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text.
Writing
Can provide facts or examples to support a stated opinion in a simple structured paragraph, given a model.
EVALUATION CRITERIA: Students
Speaking
Communicate in routine tasks requiring simple, direct exchanges of information.
Decline offers using basic fixed expressions.
Make simple, direct comparisons between two people or things using common adjectives.
Use a limited range of fixed expressions to describe objects, possessions, or products.
Listening
Understand standard speech on familiar matters, with some repetition or reformulation.
Recognize phrases and content words related to familiar topics (e.g. shopping, local geography).
Reading
Derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text.
Writing
Provide facts or examples to support a stated opinion in a simple structured paragraph, given a model.
- Platform My English
Unit 6 Lab.
Analyzing an - Discriminate - Homework
EATING WELL
infographic. vocabulary words - Written assignments
Preview: Reading: A healthy Preview: Greetings through pictures. - Research activities
9th - 10th (3h)
diet 1 Exchanging Business about the unit.
cards. - Use phrases to - Extra worksheets
- Discussion: Diets Getting Acquainted describe choices - Assignments
- Photo story: food choices Discussion about diets about food. - Oral reports
- Speaking: personalization - Lesson reviews
Lesson 1: Talking about food Focus on language: - Platform My English
Asking & answering Lab.
passions. questions - Homework
Vocabulary: Reading - Discriminate - Written assignments
- Vocabulary: Food
& listening exercises vocabulary phrases. - Research activities
passions. - Use grammar rules
Listening to activate about the unit.
- Grammar: Use to / used to regarding to: used to
vocabulary - Extra worksheets
- Pronunciation: sound 2 Pair work. and use to. - Assignments
reduction: used to - Provide an emphatic - Oral reports
Grammar: Grammar affirmative response
- Conversation Model: - Lesson reviews
Chart analysis with “definitely”
Rhythm and intonation. Grammar practice:
- Now you can: Talk about completing exercises
food passions. Pronunciation
practice.
Lesson 2: Making an excuse - Platform My English
Speaking: Lab.
to decline food. Conversation practice - Practice rhythm and - Homework
- Conversation Model: Guiding Ss. to provide intonation. - Written assignments
an emphatic - Use vocabulary - Research activities
Rhythm and intonation
affirmative response phrases to excuse. about the unit.
- Vocabulary: Excuses for 2 1 with definitely. - Apply negative - Extra worksheets
not eating something. Listening and yes/no questions. - Assignments
- Grammar: Negative pronunciation: - Note padding. - Oral reports
Yes/No questions. Practice the - Conversation - Lesson reviews
- Now you can: Make an conversation model. activator.
excuse to decline food. Notepadding

Lesson 3: Discussing lifestyle Conversation - Platform My English


2 1 activator video - Read and complete Lab.
changes.
Change partners integrity self-test. - Homework
- Reading: How can it be? Don´t stop - Summarize to - Written assignments
Now you can: Discuss lifestyle Recycle this language compare and - Research activities
Speaking: Reading & contrast ideas. about the unit.
changes. listening to activate - Write a persuasive - Extra worksheets
conversation. paragraph about the - Assignments
Practice a conversation differences in - Oral reports
present – day and - Lesson reviews
model.
past diets.
- Platform My English
Lesson 4: Describing local - Discriminate
Lab.
Vocabulary: Picture vocabulary words
dishes. - Homework
vocabulary through pictures.
- Written assignments
- Listening Comprehension Listen to activate
1 1 - Research activities
Listen for main ideas and vocabulary - Listen for specific
about the unit.
Pair work ideas.
details. - Extra worksheets
- Now you can: Describe - Assignments
- Listen to discuss
local dishes - Oral reports
trying food.
- Lesson reviews
Listening for specific - Review words and - Extra worksheets
vocabulary. - Assignments
phrases about food
Applying Grammar - Oral reports
Review
topics. passions by listening, - Lesson reviews
- Grammar exercises 1 Writing opinion about
- Writing grammar and speaking
eating habits.
- Oral review
Oral review, pair work practice.
dialogue about food
likes and dislikes.
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF EVALUATION.
Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Worksheets Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Oral presentations Technique: Written test
Instrument: Rubric Instrument: Questionnaire

UNIT N° 7
UNIT NAME: ABOUT PERSONALITY
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 h. Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students:
Speaking
Can make and respond to suggestions.
Listening
Can understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech
Reading
Can derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Can write short, simple biographies about real or imaginary people
EVALUATION CRITERIA: Students
Speaking
Make and respond to suggestions.
Listening
Understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech
Reading
Derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Write short, simple biographies about real or imaginary people
- Platform My English
Unit 7 Warm up: Lab.
Taking the color test - Homework
ABOUT PERSONALITY Discussion on colors - Written assignments
10th(3h) - 11th Preview: Photo story - Discriminate - Research activities
Preview: The Psychology of to get new vocabulary words about the unit.
Color. 1 expressions. through a photo - Extra worksheets
- Class survey Focus on language: story. - Assignments
- Photo Story Paraphrasing - Oral reports
- Speaking Thinking & - Lesson reviews
explaining

Grammar: Grammar
Lesson 1: Getting to know a chart analysis using
new friend. inductive & deductive - Use grammar rules
- Grammar: Gerunds and gerunds as objects of
methods.
infinitives. prepositions and
- Pronunciation: Reduction Pronunciation: Help infinitives.
2
of to in infinitives. students noticing
- Clarify an earlier
- Conversation Model:
unstressed patterns. question with “Well,
- Rhythm and intonation. for example,…”.
- Now you can: get to know Notepadding: Guide
a new friend students to express
Likes and dislikes.
Lesson 2: Cheering someone Speaking: Making
- Use of grammar
2 1 choices
up. topic and new
Comparing charts
vocabulary words.
- Conversation Model: Giving reasons.
- Rhythm and intonation A Pair work dialogue
- Grammar: Gerunds as
objects of prepositions.
- Now you can: Cheer
someone up.

Lesson 3: Discussing
Reading: Exploring
personality and its origin. your ideas - Read and complete
Reading: Personality: from Understanding integrity self-test.
2 1 vocabulary from
Nature or Nurture? context
Now you can. Discuss Making personal
comparisons
personality and its origin.
Lesson 4: Examining the
Listening: Explore
impact of birth order. your ideas
- Listening Comprehension Listen for main ideas - Listen for main and
- Listen for specific Checking true or false specific ideas.
1 1
Listening
information.
discrimination
- Now you can: Examine the activities
impact of birth order Classify information

Listening for specific - Review words and - Platform My English


Review vocabulary. Lab.
phrases about
- Grammar exercises 1 Applying Grammar - Homework
- Writing topics. personality by - Written assignments
- Oral review Choosing the new - Research activities
vocabulary. about the unit.
Oral review, pair work listening, grammar and - Extra worksheets
dialogue about - Assignments
speaking practice.
Helping someone. - Oral reports
- Write an essay - Lesson reviews
describing someone´s
personality.
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF EVALUATION.
Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Worksheets Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Oral presentations Technique: Written test
Instrument: Rubric Instrument: Questionnaire

UNIT N° 8
UNIT NAME: THE ARTS
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 h. Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students:
Speaking
Can give straightforward descriptions on a variety of familiar subjects.
Listening
Can understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard
speech
Reading
Can identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text.
Writing
Can write a short, simple description of a familiar device or product.
EVALUATION CRITERIA: Students
Speaking
Give straightforward descriptions on a variety of familiar subjects.
Listening
Understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech
Reading
Identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text.
Writing
Write a short, simple description of a familiar device or product.
Warm up:
Brainstorm on art
- Platform My English
Unit 8 Vocabulary:
Lab.
Checking
- Homework
THE ARTS 12th- 13th(3h) comprehension by - Written assignments
asking questions. - Discriminate
- Research activities
Discussion vocabulary words
Preview: 1 about the unit.
- Vocabulary: Kinds of Activate vocabulary through pictures.
- Extra worksheets
art. Focus on language
- Assignments
Speaking
- Photo story. - Oral reports
- Lesson reviews
Personalizing
information.
Lesson 1: Recommend a Grammar: Guide - Use grammar rules
Ss. to understand the about the passive
museum. grammar voice.
- Grammar: The passive 2 Grammar practice
voice Speaking
Reading & Listening - Express emotion
- Conversation model: and enthusiasm to
to support
- Rhythm and intonation conversation keep a
- Pronunciation: Emphatic Conversation conversation
stress practice going.
- Now you can: Emphasizing rhythm
& intonation
Recommend a museum
Pronunciation
practice
Lesson 2: Asking about and
describing objects.
Vocabulary: Picture
- Conversation model: vocabulary and
Rhythm and intonation descriptions.
- Vocabulary: Objects, Pair work
handicrafts and 2 - Write a detailed
1 description of a
materials Grammar:
decorative
- Grammar: The passive Grammar chart
object.
voice: questions analysis using
- Now you can: Ask inductive &
about and describe deductive methods.
objects.

Lesson 3: Talking about Reading:


- Read and
Recognizing the
artistic talent. complete a task
main idea
by recognizing
- Reading: Is it talent or 2 1 the main idea
hard work? Identifying
and supporting
- Now you can: Talk about supporting details
details from a
artistic talent. Paraphrasing
text.
Lesson 4: Discussing your
Listening to take
favorite artists
notes. - Listen for main
- Listening Discussion. and specific
comprehension: Listen 1 1 Listening ideas by taking
for main ideas and details. discrimination effective notes.
- Now you can: Discuss activity.
your favorite artists.

- Use the vocabulary - Platform My English


Lab.
Review and grammar practice.
- Homework
- Listening. Listening and
- Practice free talking. - Written assignments
vocabulary practice.
- Writing. 1 - Research activities
Writing a paragraph.
- Oral review. about the unit.
Oral review.
- Extra worksheets
- Assignments
- Oral reports
- Lesson reviews
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF EVALUATION.
Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Worksheets Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Oral presentations Technique: Written test
Instrument: Rubric Instrument: Questionnaire
UNIT N° 9
UNIT NAME: LIVING IN CYBERSPACE
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 9 h. Virtual: 3 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students:
Speaking
Can give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Can discuss every day, practical issues when the conversation is conducted slowly and clearly.
Can deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Can make simple comparisons between people, places or things.
Litening
Can understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech.
Reading
Can derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Can signal contrast in a simple text with a limited range of language
EVALUATION CRITERIA: Students
Speaking
Give an extended description of everyday topics (e.g. people, places, experiences).
Discuss every day, practical issues when the conversation is conducted slowly and clearly.
Deal with practical everyday demands, exchanging straightforward factual information.
Make simple comparisons between people, places or things.
Litening
Understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech.
Reading
Derive the probable meaning of simple unknown words from short, familiar contexts.
Writing
Signal contrast in a simple text with a limited range of language
Unit 9 13th(3h)- 14th Warm up: According - Platform My English
to the unit the teacher - Discriminate
Lab.
will develop different vocabulary words
LIVING IN CYBERSPACE 1 - Homework
activities. through pictures.
- Written assignments
Preview: Preview: Explain the - Research activities
Reading: Our community. different vocabulary about the unit.
- Conversation Model: about technology - Extra worksheets
Rhythm and intonation. problems. - Assignments
- Oral reports
Focus on language: tell - Lesson reviews
the students to find the
underlined to figure
out what they mean.
Lesson 1: Troubleshoot a Grammar: make it
problem. clear how to use
infinitive of purpose. - Use grammar rules
- Vocabulary: The computer Introduce the concept
screen, components and about infinitive of
2 of phrasal verbs purpose.
commands.
- Grammar: The infinitive of Vocabulary: Use
purpose. flashcards to give SS
- Now you can: new words about
Troubleshoot a problem. computer by listening.
Grammar: explain
Lesson 2: Comparing
the use of
product features. Comparisons with - Apply the expression
as……as, and
- Grammar: Comparisons AS…AS to describe
2 1 grammar practice.
with as……as products.
- Pronunciation: Stress in - Use the
as…..as phrases Pronunciation pronunciation
- Conversation Model: practice by pair work. presented.
Rhythm and intonation
- Now you can: compare
product features.

Lesson 3: Describing how Listening/Pronunciat


ion - Get main ideas and
you use the Internet. Tell Ss. To listen to specific words from
- Vocabulary: internet the words listening practice.
activities. 2 1 conversation and tell - Fill a survey to
- Listening Comprehension: them to compare establish their use of
Now you can: Describe answers in pairs. internet.
how you use the Internet.

Lesson 4: Discuss the impact Reading: Encourage


Read and complete a
students to active their
of the internet. task by recognizing the
knowledge of the topic
main idea and
- Reading: Identity thieves and match a word with a
1 1 supporting details from
steal 40 million credit card definition.
a text.
Writing: Tell the
numbers Write good and bad
students to write good
- Now you can: Discuss the things about the use of
and bad changes in
impact of the Internet. internet.
people from internet.
Listening for specific Apply vocabulary and - Platform My English
information. Lab.
Review: grammar pattern.
Using infinitive of - Homework
Writing about the purpose to answer Speak about - Written assignments
1 questions. - Research activities
benefits and the technology problems
problems of the Writing about benefits about the unit.
internet. and problems of the and solutions. - Extra worksheets
internet. - Assignments
Oral review. - Oral reports
- Lesson reviews

METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF EVALUATION.


Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Worksheets Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Oral presentations Technique: Written test
Instrument: Rubric Instrument: Questionnaire
UNIT N° 10
UNIT NAME: ETHICS AND VALUES
NUMBERS OF HOURS PER UNIT: 12 h. Virtual: 4 h.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students will be able to:
Speaking
Can discuss every day, practical issues when the conversation is conducted slowly and clearly.
Listening
Can understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard
speech
Reading
Can identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text
Can generally understand details of events, feelings and wishes in letters, emails and online postings.
Writing
Can provide facts or examples to support a stated opinion in a simple structured paragraph, given a model.
EVALUATION CRITERIA: Students
Speaking
Discuss every day, practical issues when the conversation is conducted slowly and clearly.
Listening
Understand the main points of narratives and conversations about familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard speech
Reading
Identify the main topic and related ideas in a structured text
Understand details of events, feelings and wishes in letters, emails and online postings.
Writing
Provide facts or examples to support a stated opinion in a simple structured paragraph, given a model.
Warm up: According
to the unit the teacher - Platform My English
Unit 10 will develop different Lab.
activities. - Homework
15 th - 16th
ETHICS AND VALUES - Written assignments
- Discriminate
Vocabulary: - Research activities
vocabulary words
1 about the unit.
Preview: Activities to focus on through pictures.
- Extra worksheets
- Moral Dilemmas meaning: - Assignments
- Photo story - Oral reports
Explanations
- Lesson reviews
Picture vocabulary
- Use grammar rules.
Lesson 1: Discussing ethical Grammar: Grammar The unreal
choices. chart analysis using conditional, the use
inductive & deductive of Possessive
- Grammar: The unreal methods. Pronouns / Whose
conditional Grammar practice usage in
- Conversation Model: Pronunciation communicative
Rhythm and intonation. 2 activities.
- Pronunciation: practice.
Blending of d + y in
would you - Use expressions for
- Now you can: Discuss emphatic affirmative
ethical choices. responses/ reconfirm
someone´s opinion
Lesson 2: Return someone
else´s property.
- Conversation model: Grammar: Use of
possessives. - Establish someone´s
- Rhythm and intonation. 2 1 Grammar practice. property by using
- Grammar: Possessive Listeninig to active possessives.
- Pronouns / Whose grammar point.
Now you can: Return
someone else´s property

Lesson 3: Express personal


values. Listening for specific
- Listen for main and
- Listen Comprehension 2 1 details.
specific ideas.
Practice vocabulary
- Now you can: Express from context.
personal values

Lesson 4: Discuss acts of


kindness and honesty
Reading to summarize - Read and use
- Reading: Three different
2 1 and get information. information to
stories Writing about values answer.
based on situations.
Now you can: Discuss acts of
kindness and honesty

Review: Apply vocabulary and - Platform My English


3 1 Listening for specific grammar pattern. Lab.
Writing about the information. - Homework
benefits and the - Written assignments
problems of the Using infinitive of Have a conversation - Research activities
internet. purpose to answer about “what would you about the unit.
questions. do if…?. - Extra worksheets
Writing about benefits Write an essay about - Assignments
and problems of the someone´s personal - Oral reports
internet. choice. - Lesson reviews
Oral review.
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF EVALUATION.
Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation
Technique: Written exercises Technique: Exercises
Instrument: Worksheets Instrument: Portfolio
Technique: Oral presentations Technique: Written test
Instrument: Rubric Instrument: Questionnaire
6. INTEGRATED LEARNING PROJECT
The importance of English in your major.

7. METHODOLOGY
Teaching and learning are based on an eclectic method where a variety of methods and strategies are used to
achieve the proposed goals. The most important are the following:
 Cooperative learning: promotes learning by developing interaction between learners through group work
activities and debates.
 Functional approach: considers functions as the central purpose of language. People need to communicate
ideas and functions help them to do it. These functions are varied and used in different contexts.
 Natural approach: intends to provide learners with a natural learning environment. Learners start with
receptive skills to develop appropriate productive skills.
 Communicative approach: emphasizes interaction by means of language.
 Games, interviews, information exchange, pair work, role plays are part of the technique to be used with
students in level three. My English Lab platform will be used to support class work.

Techniques and instruments


 Permitting active observation of languages (pictures, lists, videos, etc)
 Encouraging repetition of new language (pattern drills)
 Managing pair, group and collaborative activities (task assignment)
 Metacognitive evaluation ( Feedback through: Self-evaluation, Co-evaluation and
Heterogenous evalutaion)

Didactic Resources
 Top Notch with Active Book 2
 Classroom resources.
 Internet, videos, audio files, etc.
 Myenglishlab.com

8. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Classroom
English lab
www.myenglishlab.com
9. STUDENT’S EVALUATION AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students’ semester compilation grade, the following table will be considered:

First Second
COMPONENT EVALUATION ACTIVITIES Partial Partial
% %
(Score:) (Score:)
TEACHING Discussions, debates, lecture, group
ACTIVITIES activities, pair work, guidelines for 40% 40%
research, cooperative learning.
PRACTICAL Practical work, English laboratory 30% 30%
IMPLEMENT practice, simulations, role-plays,
ATION AND discussions, oral presentations in class.
EXPERIMEN Class participation (includes lessons,
TATION theoretical contributions and reading
ACTIVITIES) tests). Formative research work and
support, Recordings. Theoretical exam
end of semester.
AUTONOMO Development activities in the virtual
US classroom, developing exercises and
30% 30%
LEARNING applications Work book, relevant work
ACTIVITIES of each unit.
Total 100% - 10 100%-10

10. SUBJECT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING OUTCOMES AND


MAJOR OUTCOME PROFILE:

LEARNING OUTCOMES OF LEVELS OF


CAREER OUTCOME PROFILE CONTRIBUTION
LEARNING EVIDENCE
A B C
High Medium Low
Unit 1
Students:
Students will be able to:
Speaking
Speaking Can give basic advice using
Give basic advice using simple X simple language
language Can give an extended
Give an extended description of description of everyday
everyday topics (e.g. people, places, topics (e.g. people, places,
experiences). experiences).
Listening Listening
Understand simple, everyday X Can understand simple,
conversations if conducted slowly everyday conversations if
and clearly. conducted slowly and
Get the gist of short, simple stories if clearly.
delivered slowly and clearly. Can get the gist of short,
Reading simple stories if delivered
Understand straightforward factual slowly and clearly.
texts on familiar topics. X Reading
Writing Can generally understand
Write short basic descriptions of past straightforward factual texts
events and activities. on familiar topics.
X Writing
Can write short basic
descriptions of past events
and activities.
Unit 2 Students can:
Students will be able to: Speaking
Speaking Can make and accept a
Make and accept a simple apology. simple apology.
Give an extended description of Can give an extended
everyday topics (e.g. people, places, description of everyday
X
experiences). topics (e.g. people, places,
Express opinions using simple experiences).
language. Can express opinions using
Listening simple language.
Understand simple, everyday Listening
conversations if conducted slowly Can understand simple,
and clearly. everyday conversations if
Recognize familiar key words and conducted slowly and
X
phrases in short, basic descriptions clearly.
(e.g. of objects, people or animals) if Can recognize familiar key
spoken slowly and clearly. words and phrases in short,
Reading basic descriptions (e.g. of
Derive the probable meaning of objects, people or animals)
X
simple unknown words from short, if spoken slowly and clearly.
familiar contexts. Reading
Writing Can derive the probable
Signal contrast in a simple text with meaning of simple unknown
X
a limited range of language words from short, familiar
contexts.
Writing
Can signal contrast in a
simple text with a limited
range of language.
Unit 3 Students can:
Students will be able to: Speaking
Speaking Can give an extended
Give an extended description of description of everyday
everyday topics (e.g. people, places, topics (e.g. people, places,
experiences). experiences).
Introduce themselves on the phone X Can introduce themselves on
and close a simple call. the phone and close a simple
Deal with practical everyday call.
demands, exchanging Can deal with practical
straightforward factual information. everyday demands,
Listening exchanging straightforward
Understand standard speech on X factual information.
familiar matters, with some Listening
repetition or reformulation. Can understand standard
Understand simple, everyday speech on familiar matters,
conversations if conducted slowly with some repetition or
and clearly. reformulation.
Reading Can understand simple,
Extract relevant details in everyday X everyday conversations if
letters, brochures and short official conducted slowly and
documents. clearly.
Writing Reading
Write about everyday things (e.g. X Can extract relevant details
people, places, job, and study) in in everyday letters,
linked sentences. brochures and short official
documents.
Writing
Can write about everyday
things (e.g. people, places,
job, and study) in linked
sentences.
Unit 4 Students can:
Students will be able to: Speaking
Speaking Can give an extended
Give an extended description of description of everyday
everyday topics (e.g. people, places, X topics (e.g. people, places,
experiences) experiences)
Deal with practical everyday Can deal with practical
demands, exchanging everyday demands,
straightforward factual information. exchanging straightforward
Listening factual information.
Understand standard speech on Listening
familiar matters, with some X Can understand standard
repetition or reformulation speech on familiar matters,
Reading with some repetition or
X reformulation
Derive the probable meaning of Reading
simple unknown words from short, Can derive the probable
familiar contexts. meaning of simple unknown
Writing words from short, familiar
Make simple comparisons between X contexts.
people, places or things. Writing
Can make simple
comparisons between
people, places or things.
Unit 5 Students can:
Students will be able to: Speaking
Speaking Can express opinions using
Express opinions using simple X simple language.
language. Can deal with practical
Deal with practical everyday everyday demands,
demands, exchanging exchanging straightforward
straightforward factual information. factual information.
Make an appointment on the phone Can make an appointment
Listening on the phone
Understand the main points of Listening
narratives and conversations about X X Can understand the main
familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) points of narratives and
delivered in clear standard speech. conversations about familiar
Reading topics (e.g. work, leisure)
Understand details of events, X delivered in clear standard
feelings and wishes in letters, emails speech.
and online postings. Reading
Writing X Can generally understand
Give opinions about news and stories details of events, feelings
using basic fixed expressions. and wishes in letters, emails
and online postings.
Writing
Can give opinions about
news and stories using basic
fixed expressions.
Unit 6 Students can:
Students will be able to: Speaking
Speaking Can communicate in routine
Communicate in routine tasks tasks requiring simple,
requiring simple, direct exchanges of direct exchanges of
information. information.
Decline offers using basic fixed X Can decline offers using
expressions. basic fixed expressions.
Make simple, direct comparisons Can make simple, direct
between two people or things using comparisons between two
common adjectives. people or things using
Use a limited range of fixed common adjectives.
expressions to describe objects, Can use a limited range of
possessions, or products. fixed expressions to describe
Listening X objects, possessions, or
Understand standard speech on products.
familiar matters, with some Listening
repetition or reformulation. Can understand standard
Recognize phrases and content speech on familiar matters,
words related to familiar topics (e.g. with some repetition or
shopping, local geography). reformulation.
Reading X Can recognize phrases and
Derive the probable meaning of content words related to
simple unknown words from short, familiar topics (e.g.
familiar contexts. shopping, local geography).
Identify the main topic and related Reading
ideas in a structured text. Can derive the probable
Writing X meaning of simple unknown
Provide facts or examples to support words from short, familiar
contexts.
a stated opinion in a simple
Can identify the main topic
structured paragraph, given a model. and related ideas in a
structured text.
Writing
Can provide facts or
examples to support a stated
opinion in a simple
structured paragraph, given
a model.
Students can:
Unit 7 Speaking
Students will be able to: Can make and respond to
suggestions.
Speaking X Listening
Make and respond to suggestions. Can understand the main
Listening points of narratives and
Understand the main points of conversations about familiar
narratives and conversations about X topics (e.g. work, leisure)
familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) delivered in clear standard
delivered in clear standard speech speech
Reading Reading
Derive the probable meaning of Can derive the probable
simple unknown words from short, X meaning of simple unknown
familiar contexts. words from short, familiar
Writing contexts.
Write short, simple biographies Writing
about real or imaginary people Can write short, simple
X biographies about real or
imaginary people
Unit 8 Students can:
Speaking
Students will be able to: Can give straightforward
descriptions on a variety of
Speaking
X familiar subjects.
Give straightforward descriptions on
Listening
a variety of familiar subjects.
Can understand the main
Listening
points of narratives and
Understand the main points of
X conversations about familiar
narratives and conversations about
topics (e.g. work, leisure)
familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure)
delivered in clear standard
delivered in clear standard speech
speech
Reading
X Reading
Identify the main topic and related
Can identify the main topic
ideas in a structured text.
and related ideas in a
Writing
X structured text.
Write a short, simple description of a
Writing
familiar device or product Can write a short, simple
description of a familiar
device or product.
UNIT 9 Students can:
Students will be able to: Speaking
Speaking Can give an extended
Give an extended description of description of everyday
everyday topics (e.g. people, places, topics (e.g. people, places,
experiences). experiences).
Discuss every day, practical issues Can discuss every day,
when the conversation is conducted practical issues when the
slowly and clearly. X
conversation is conducted
Deal with practical everyday slowly and clearly.
demands, exchanging Can deal with practical
straightforward factual information. everyday demands,
Make simple comparisons between exchanging straightforward
people, places or things. factual information.
Litening Can make simple
Understand the main points of X
comparisons between
narratives and conversations about people, places or things.
familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) Litening
delivered in clear standard speech. Can understand the main
Reading points of narratives and
Derive the probable meaning of X
conversations about familiar
simple unknown words from short, topics (e.g. work, leisure)
familiar contexts. delivered in clear standard
Writing speech.
Signal contrast in a simple text with Reading
X
a limited range of language Can derive the probable
meaning of simple unknown
words from short, familiar
contexts.
Writing
Can signal contrast in a
simple text with a limited
range of language
UNIT 10
Students will be able to:
Students can:
Speaking
Discuss every day, practical issues X Speaking
when the conversation is conducted Can discuss every day,
slowly and clearly. practical issues when the
Listening conversation is conducted
Understand the main points of X slowly and clearly.
narratives and conversations about Listening
familiar topics (e.g. work, leisure) Can understand the main
delivered in clear standard speech points of narratives and
Reading conversations about familiar
Identify the main topic and related X topics (e.g. work, leisure)
ideas in a structured text delivered in clear standard
Understand details of events, X speech
feelings and wishes in letters, emails Reading
and online postings. Can identify the main topic
Writing X and related ideas in a
Provide facts or examples to support structured text
a stated opinion in a simple Can generally understand
structured paragraph, given a model. details of events, feelings
and wishes in letters, emails
and online postings.
Writing
Can provide facts or
examples to support a stated
opinion in a simple
structured paragraph, given
a model.

11.BIBLIOGRAPHY
11.1. BASIC:
Top Notch 2 Third Edition Joan Saslow / Allen Ascher. Pearson, Longman. Active Teach
2015
11.2. COMPLEMENTARY:

 Fundamentals
 Top Notch 1 Joan Saslow.AllenAscher
 Murphy, R. Essential Grammar in use. Cambridge University Press. 2006
Extra material (digital and material) according to the level.
11.3. WEBGRAPHY
Myenglishlab.com
Touchstonearcade.com
12. TEACHER´S PROFILE:

Each teacher must include their profile.

Name:
ACCOUNTABLE TEACHERS OF ………………………………………….
SYLLABUS ELABORATION.

PLACE AND DATE Riobamba, March 2018

13. REVIEW AND APPROVAL

…………………………………………
Dra. Magdalena Ullauri, PhD.
LANGUAGE CENTER COORDINATOR