Presentación del tema: "La enseñanza de las lenguas extranjeras en la educación polimodal"— Transcripción de la presentación:
1La enseñanza de las lenguas extranjeras en la educación polimodal INGLÉSLa enseñanza de las lenguas extranjeras en la educación polimodal
2Criterios de Acreditación Discurso escrito/lector:Objetivo: Identificar ideas principales y secundarias.Contenido: Estructura del texto escrito nociones de coherencia ycohesión; distribución de la información, ideas nucleares yperiféricas; secuencia de tiempo verbales.
5Objetivo: Describir, utilizando el vocabulario y estructuras gramaticales adecuadas, lugares, personas, situaciones.Contenido: Empleo de estrategias de negociación de información ysignificado. Identificación de hechos, comentarios yopiniones.
6New Year`s celebrations Ejemplo: descripción del día de Año NuevoNew Year`s celebrationsNew Year`s celebration all over the world, but not always at the same time. Our New year starts on 1 January but the Chinese New Year takes place any time between 21 January and 19 February, depending on the year. In Germany, a few centuries ago, people celebrated the New Year in November, because this was the time when they had finished bringing in the harvest. They looked forward to this part of the year because after the harvest they would have a period of rest when they could relax and have fun.Nowadays, New York is regarded as a time for celebrating and for making a new start in like. People wish each other `Happy New year´ and often send special greetings cards. In recent years, these cards have been replaced boy colourful messages. In many European countries, people make New Year`s resolutions. This involves people promising themselves that they will improve their behavior in some way, by giving up bad habits. People might decide to give up smoking, for example, or to go on a diet. These promises are often broken in the first few days of the New Year, however!
7On New Year`s Eve many people go to parties or get together with their families, neighbours or friends and the stay up until midnight to see the New Year in. Some people can`t resist drinking a little bit more than they should on this night. In Britain and especially Scotland, they sing a special song called ` Auld Lang Syne´. In London, people gather to celebrate in Trafalgar Square, waiting for Big Ben begins to strike they all star cheering. People greet each other with `Happy New Year´ and some even kiss the police who are there to control the crowd. It would be more accurate to say that the police try to control the crowd but in such an atmosphere it is very difficult, and a lot of people end up in the fountain in the Square with all their clothes on.In China, days before New Year’s Day, every family is busy giving its house a thorough cleaning. They hope to sweep away all the ill-fortune there may have been in the family to make way for good luck in the coming year. People also paint their doors and windows red. The New Year`s Eve supper is an important family event. All members of the family like to have dinner together. When it is over, the whole family stays up late playing cards or board games. At midnight the whole sky lights up with fireworks. Very early next morning, children greet their parents and receive their present: money wrapped in red paper.
8Contenido: Utilización de estrategias de escritura, pre-redacción, Objetivo: Escribir y contestar distintos tipos de notas, cartas, formales e informales, faxes.Contenido: Utilización de estrategias de escritura, pre-redacción,selección del tema, generación de ideas, selección yorganización de la información.
9Ejemplo: una carta informal Dear Kate,Hi. I just thought I`d send you this message to say hello. Did you get back all right? Was the flight smooth? I hope there weren`t too many delays.It was great leaving you here. I hope you had a good time too and that it wasn`t too cold for you, after the hot weather in your country.Anyway, you`re always welcome to come back, any time.Write soon.Best wishes,Rob
10Ejemplo: una carta formal Flower Avenue , 2708024 LondonEngland5th May, 1999London SW12 6PNDear Sir, Madam,Thank you for the brochure. I would like to arrange an action holiday with your company.I would like to reserve an apartment for four people ( one bedroom plus a sofa-bed) in Newquay. We are arriving on Saturday, 12th July and are leaving home on 19th July. We would like windsurfing and scuba diving classes . I have enclosed in a cheque for a deposit of £100, as you requested.
11I would also like to rent a car for the week I would also like to rent a car for the week. Could your company arrange this out? Please let me know what documents you need when you confirm the reservation.I look forward to hearing from you,Yours sincerely,Peter Jones
12Objetivo: Escribir textos de formato conocido relacionado con su vida cotidiana y con temáticas relacionadas a cada modalidad.Contenido: Adecuación de la lengua escrita según contexto, propósito yaudiencia.
13Ejemplo: un diálogo entre dos hermanos mientras hacen las compras
14Discurso oral/auditivo: Objetivo: Comprender de manera autónoma textos orales de dificultad graduada.Contenido: Segmentación de la cadena acústica en unidadesrelevantes para la compresión.
15"Friday I'm in Love" Ejemplo: una canción I don't care if Monday's blue Tuesday's gray and Wednesday too Thursday I don't care about you It's Friday, I'm in love Monday you can fall apart Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart Oh, Thursday doesn't even start It's Friday I'm in love Saturday, wait And Sunday always comes too late But Friday, never hesitate... I don't care if Mondays black Tuesday, Wednesday - heart attack Thursday, never looking back It's Friday, I'm in loveMonday, you can hold your head Tuesday, Wednesday stay in bed Or Thursday - watch the walls instead It's Friday, I'm in loveEjemplo: una canción
16Saturday, wait And Sunday always comes too late But Friday, never hesitate... Dressed up to the eyes It's a wonderful surprise To see your shoes and your spirits rise Throwing out your frown And just smiling at the sound And as sleek as a sheik Spinning round and round Always take a big bite It's such a gorgeous sight To see you eat in the middle of the night You can never get enough Enough of this stuff It's Friday, I'm in love I don't care if Monday's blue Tuesday's gray and Wednesday too Thursday I don't care about you It's Friday, I'm in love Monday you can fall apart Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart Thursday doesn't even start It's Friday I'm in love
17Objetivo: Comunicarse con mayor fluidez y en forma comprensible utilizando las estrategias lingüísticas adecuadas.Contenido: Producción de los siguientes actos del habla: hablar,ofrecer, saludar, presentarse, agradecer, aceptar, rechazar,opinar, describir acciones, dar y solicitar datos, persuadir.
18Ejemplo : un diálogo entre los miembros de una familia en un restaurant
19Ejemplo: un diálogo donde una chica nueva en una escuela es recibida y presentada
20Objetivo: Mantener una conversación sobre temas personales o relacionados a cada modalidad, expresando opiniones y puntos de vista en un lenguaje simple.Contenido: Empleo de pronunciación, ritmo y acento inteligibles.
21B: Oh, not too bad. A little bit shaken. Ejemplo: un diálogo sobre temas personales expresando opiniones y sentimientos:A: How are you feeling?B: Oh, not too bad. A little bit shaken.A: I`m bot surprised! It must benn terrifying.B: Well, yes. My whole life flashed before me. I`ve never been so scared in my all life as when I saw that bicycle in front of me.A: Well, you`d better get used to being scared.B: What do you mean?A: You`ve still go to tell Mun what did to her car, remember!