oral-communication-iv

Lesson A

  1. Topic:  Antropology: Culture ShockAudio
  2. Topic:  Antropology: Third World Kids Audio
  3. Topic:  Physical Antropology
  4. Topic:  Physical Antropology
  5. Topic:  Developing Nations
  6. Topic:  Developing Nations
  7. Topic:  Midterm Written Exam (2o%)
  8. Topic:  Global Economy
  9. Topic: Heroes in the Literature
  10. Topic:  Endangered Species
  11. Topic:  Environmental Health
  12. Topic:  Phrasal Verbs
  13. Topic:  Phrasal Verbs
  14. Topic: Midterm Written Exam (2o%)

Lesson B

  1. Topic:  Pronunciation Review : Vowel and Diphthongs, Phonetic Transcriptions
  2. Topic:  Pronunciation: Front Vowels
  3. Topic:  Oral Task (5%)
  4. Topic:  Pronunciation: Central Vowels
  5. Topic:  Pronunciation:  Back Vowels
  6. Topic: Oral Task (5%)
  7. Topic:  Midterm Oral Exam (10%)
  8. Topic:  Consonant substition and Consonants Clusters
  9. Topic:  Oral Task (5%)
  10. Topic:  Group Presentation (15%)
  11. Topic:  Long and Short Vowels
  12. Topic:  Oral Task (5%)
  13. Topic:  Oral Task (5%)
  14. Topic: Final Oral Exam ( 10%)

language-teaching-methodology

  1. Topic:  Teaching Across Age andProficiency Levels
  2. Topic:  Techniques and Materials
  3. Topic:  Lesson Planning
  4. Topic:  Initiating Interaction in the classroom
  5. Topic:  Classroom Management
  6. Topic:  Teaching Activities using Technology
  7. Topic:  Integrating the Four skills
  8. Topic:  Teaching Listening
  9. Topic:  Teaching Speaking
  10. Topic:  Teaching Reading
  11. Topic:  Teaching Writing
  12. Topic:  Form- Focused Instruction
  13. Topic:  Teaching Activities: Part A
  14. Topic:  Teaching Activities Part B

oral-communication-iv

  1. Topic:  Vowel Sounds
  2. Topic:  Vowel  Sounds
  3. Topic:  Vowel Sounds 
  4. Topic:  Diphthong sounds – Quiz (5%)
  5. Topic:  Consonant Sounds 
  6. Topic:  Consonant Sounds 
  7. Topic:  Consonant Sounds – Quiz (10%)
  8. Topic:  Midterm Oral and Written Exam ( 25%)
  9. Topic:  Pronunciation of plural nouns
  10. Topic:  Oral Assignment (10%)
  11. Topic:  Regular past tense pronunciation
  12. Topic:  Oral Assignment (10%)
  13. Topic:  Final Review – Quiz (10 %)
  14. Topic:  Final Oral and Written Exam ( 30%)

oral-communication-ii

In Oral Communication II, the student is expected to show a positive attitude toward learning English, to improve his listening and speaking skills and to develop more his/her fluency.

Lesson A

  1. Topic: Career Planning
  2. Topic: Career Planning
  3. Topic: Global Economy
  4. Topic: Individual Presentations (10%)
  5. Topic: Animals
  6. Topic: Animals
  7. Topic: Midterm Written Exam (20%)
  8. Topic: Nutrition
  9. Topic: Family  Trends
  10. Topic: Individual Presentations (10%)
  11. Topic: Fashion 
  12. Topic: Films
  13. Topic: Film Discussion: Se7en
  14. Topic: Final Written Exam (20%)

Lesson B

  1. Topic: Career Planning
  2. Topic: Global Economy
  3. Topic: Global Economy
  4. Topic: Individual Presentations continue
  5. Topic: Animals
  6. Topic: Group Presentation (10%)
  7. Topic: Oral Exam (10%)
  8. Topic: Nutrition 
  9. Topic: Family Trends
  10. Topic: Individual Presentations continues
  11. Topic: Fashion
  12. Topic: Films
  13. Topic: Group Presentation (10%)
  14.  Topic: Oral Exam (10%)

Technical English

  1. Topic: Pronunciation basics
  2. Topic: Tenses in  English
  3. Topic: Parts of the Speech 
  4. Topic: Types of sentences / Reading Comprehension (5%)
  5. Topic: Writing a paragraph / Reading Comprehension (5%)
  6. Topic: Preparing a Resume
  7. Topic: The Human Body  and Systems / Presentation of a topic (25%)
  8. Topic: The Human Body  and Systems / Reading Comprehension (5%)
  9. Topic:  Diseases/Mental Disorders /Infections  / Reading Comprehension (5%)
  10. Topic: Signs and Symptoms
  11. Topic:  Ways to prevent and cure a diseases/ Reading Comprehension (5%)
  12. Topic:  Accidents and Emergencies
  13. Topic:  Presentation of a case (25%)
  14. Topic:   Hygiene
  15. Final:   Final Exam (25%)

Reading Skills

In reading skills, the students will be able  to comprehend texts, use vocabulary, apply reading skills and improve his communication as they discuss topics and short stories.

The book used to teach is Well Read 1

  1. Topic: The Sociology of Food / Chronogram
  2. Topic: The Sociology of Food
  3. Topic: Technology in Movies 
  4. Topic: Technology in Movies / Assignment #1
  5. Topic: Sports Psychology / Assignment #2
  6. Topic: The Culture of Music / Assignment #3
  7. Midterm Exam
  8. Topic: Global Community  / Short Story: The Gift Of The Magi
  9. Topic: Business Etiquete/ Short Story: The Last Leaf
  10. Topic: Business Etiquete
  11. Topic: Fashion Philosophy / Short Story: The Little Match Girl
  12. Topic: Fashion Philosophy / Short Story: An Angel in Disguise
  13. Topic: Ethics in Education /  Assignment
  14. Topic: Ethics in Education  / Short Story: The Monkey´s Paw
  15. Final Exam

Introduction to Literature

  1. Topic: Plot, Types of Conflicts and Points of View / Chronogram
  2. Topic: Characterization, themes and settings (Dynamic vs Static) (Flat vs Round)
  3. Topic:  Literary Genres: Fiction and Non-Fiction, The Monkey’s Paw
  4. Topic:  Literary Genres: Drama, Drama Intro, Quiz
  5. Topic:  Literary Genres: Poetry, The Road not Taken
  6. Topic:  A doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen
  7. Midterm Exam
  8. Topic: Literary Genres: Folklore
  9. Topic: Literary Movements / Aspects to evaluate
  10. Topic: Literary Movements
  11. Topic: Literary Movements
  12. Topic: Literary Movements
  13. Topic: Analysis of the Film Adaptation of the Book “Schindler’s List”
  14. Topic: The Old Man and The Sea by Ernest Hemingway
  15. Final Exam

Reading Strategies and Literary Elements: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Websites and Resources

  1. WordPress: It is the best blogging platform
  2. Blogger: It is the second best blogging platform
  3. Slideshare:  The Youtube  for slideshows and documents
  4. Quizlet: The best online memorization tool
  5. Canva: The easiest  design program in the world
  6. Clipgrab: A friendly downloader for youtube and other sites
  7. Teaching for MEP: All things MEP (Teaching English In Costa Rica)

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LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT (1)

  • Lesson #1: Introduction to Language Assessment (Overview)
  • Lesson#2: Testing, Assessing and Teaching
  • Lesson#3:  Principles of Language Assessment
  • Lesson#4:  Designing Classroom Language Tests
  • Lesson#5:  Understanding the Nature of Standarized Tests
  • Lesson#6:  Understanding Assessment based on the current MEP Guidelines
  • Lesson#7:  Applying MEP Policies into Testing
  • Lesson#8:  Midterm Exam
  • Lesson#9:  Assessing Listening
  • Lesson#10: Assessing Speaking
  • Lesson#11:  —————
  • Lesson#12:  Assessing Reading and Writing
  • Lesson#13:  Alternative Assessment method  and Types of Rubrics
  • Lesson#14:  Assessing Skills
  • Lesson#15:  Final Exam

Introduction to Drama

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