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UNIVERSIDAD REGIONAL AUTONOMA DE LOS ANDES
FACULTAD DE JURISPRUDENCIA
CARRERA DE DERECHO
SILABO 2015 –
I. DATOSINFORMATIVO...
II. SUBJECT DEFINITION IN THE STUDY FIELD
This is a subject that belongs to the Basic Science Area, which nature is theore...
IV. MÉTODOS Y ESTRATEGIAS
METHODOLOGY
 COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING:
Create interaction with others.
Learn and Discove...
V. PROGRAMACIÓNTEMÁTICA
COVERED TOPICS
Program of the Disciplinary Content Nº Hours
Activities, Approaches, Methodological...
2 GOING OUT/THE EXTENDED
FAMILY
2.1 Accept or decline an invitation
2.2 Express locationandgive
directions
2.3 Make plans ...
3 FOOD AND RESTAURANTS
3.1 Ask for a restaurant
recommendation
3.2 Order from a menu
3.3 Speak to a server and payfor a
me...
4.4 Complainwhenthings don´t
work
-SQ3R
-Labeling
-QAR
-Role-Play
-Completing gaps
-Mind map
-Context clues
-Note-taking
-...
I. REFERENCIAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS
Books and References:
Main reference book:
Author Book Title Edition
Year
Published
Publishi...
2 GOING OUT/THE EXTENDED FAMILY
SESSION LENGHT TO COVER THEORETICAL CONTENTS TO COVER PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES
3 2 2
3 2 2
3 2...
CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUBJECT TO THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
CONTRIBUTION OF ENGLISH I IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN LAW
Thi...
RELATION OF THE SUBJECT WITH THE LEARNING CRITERIA RESULT
GLOBAL LEARNING LANGUAGE RESULTS CONTRIBUTION LEARNING RESULTS
T...
ARTICULATION III - ACTIVITIES
1. Make a listof healthy food and search information about the benefits that eating this
foo...
II. EVALUACIÓN 
EVALUATION METHODS
FIRST
EVALUATION
SECOND
EVALUATION
THIRD
EVALUATION
FOURTH
EVALUATION
WRITTEN/ORAL EXA...
ANNEXES
TECHNOLOGY IN THE EFL LEARNING
Effective use of ICTinEnglishlessonsoffersthe potential to transform teaching and l...
ORAL EVALUATION RUBRIC
CATEGORY 10 8 7 5 Score
GRAMMAR
Grammar covered
in class wasused
to communicate
effectively.
A few ...
WRITING RUBRIC
CATEGORY Very Good 10 Good 8 Needs Improvement 7 Unsatisfactory5 Points
Sentences &
Paragraphs
Sentences an...
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  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD REGIONAL AUTONOMA DE LOS ANDES FACULTAD DE JURISPRUDENCIA CARRERA DE DERECHO SILABO 2015 – I. DATOSINFORMATIVOS 1.1 Asignatura: InglésI 1.2 Código: CYAO1ii 1.3 Grupo : Básico 1.4 Eje de formación: Básico 1.5 Semestre : I 1.6 PeriodoAcadémico: Abril-Setiembre2015 1.7 Créditos: 5 1.8 Total de horas : 4 semanales 1.8.1 Teoría : 2 semanales 1.8.2 Práctica : 2 semanal 1.9 Total de horas semestrales: 96 semestrales 1.10 Naturaleza: Obligatoria 1.11 Pre-requisitos: Ninguno 1.12 Co-requisitos: Introducciónal derecho,Historiadel Derecho Cienciade Estado,DeontologíaJurídica, Informática 1.13 Docente Responsable : Lic. OlivaAcosta 1.13.1 Correo electrónico: molivacostag_72@hotmail.com 1.13.2 Plataformamoodle : INGLÉS I 2015 UNIANDES 1.13.3 Acompañamiento: Martes 17:30- 19:10 1.13.4 EscenariosAprendizaje:áulico,virtual,real
  2. 2. II. SUBJECT DEFINITION IN THE STUDY FIELD This is a subject that belongs to the Basic Science Area, which nature is theoretical and practical. Studentswill be able to describe personal information, facts and routines, and also talkabout thingsaroundthem. Inaddition,students will demonstrate knowledge in the areas of personal and family interest. Also they will be able to discuss current issues and produce simple ideas connected to topics of interest and talk about simple plans. CONTRIBUTION OF ENGLISH I IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN LAW Thissubjectcontributestothe integral formationof the students,givingthemthe toolstoface a changingand demandingworld,thateverytime requiresmore andmore preparationtoget more opportunitiesinthe labormarket. III.GENERAL OBJECTIVE: GENERAL OBJECTIVE: TO DISTINGUISH PERSONAL AND OTHER PEOPLES´S INFORMATION AS WELL AS TO INTERACT IN SIMPLE WAY. Cognitive: 1 To identify new vocabulary 2 To describe familiar everyday situations using basic speaking skills Skills (psychomotor): 1 To mime different situations 2 To write personal and classmates information Values (affective) 1 To respect teacher and classmates 2 To present assignments on time Mental Habits 1 To recognize new gramar 2 To discover implicit vocabulary
  3. 3. IV. MÉTODOS Y ESTRATEGIAS METHODOLOGY  COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING: Create interaction with others. Learn and Discover. Involve real communication. Promote acquisition. Approach the receptive and productive communicative skills in an integrate way.  NATURAL APPROACH: Use English in communicative situations. Expose Learners to match comprehensible input. Acquired new language by understanding messages.  WHOLE LANGUAGE: Learning proceeds from whole to part. Learning takes place as groups engage in meaningful social interaction. Oral and written languages are required simultaneously.  EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Based on their personal experiences. It is a meaningful learning to apply in their daily life. Activate student’s prior knowledge.
  4. 4. V. PROGRAMACIÓNTEMÁTICA COVERED TOPICS Program of the Disciplinary Content Nº Hours Activities, Approaches, Methodological Program and Technology Use Evaluation Strategies Based on Projects and Final Products Learning and Competence Results (Profile Development) Classroom Activities Nº Hours Autonomous Work Nº Hours 1 GETTING ACQUAINTED 1.1 Meet someone new 1.2 Identifyanddescribe people 1.3 Provide personal information 1.4 Introduce someone to a group 20 -Peer Buddy -Small group activities -Repetition -Word banks -QAR -Labeling -Role-Play -Completing gaps -Mind map -Context clues 20 -Fillinggaps -Labelinginformation -Completing sentences -Solving exercises -Writing topic base paragraphs -Use of MyTopNotchLab -Topic based research 10 -Oral andwritten exams -Oral andwritten quizzes -Homework -Class participation -IntegratedProjects Progress Greet andexchange personal information..
  5. 5. 2 GOING OUT/THE EXTENDED FAMILY 2.1 Accept or decline an invitation 2.2 Express locationandgive directions 2.3 Make plans to see anevent 2.4 Talk about musical tastes 2.5 Report news about relationships 2.6 Describe extendedfamilies 2.7 Compare people 2.8 Discuss familycultural traditions 20 - Peer Buddy -Small group activities -Word banks -Repetition -SQ3R -Labeling -QAR -Role-Play -Completing gaps -Mind map -Context clues -Note-taking 20 -Fillinggaps -Labelinginformation -Completing sentences -Solving exercises -Writing topic base paragraphs -Note padding - Use of MyTop Notch Lab -Topic based research 10 Oral andwritten exams -Oral andwritten quizzes -Homework -Class participation -IntegratedProjects Progress Describe plans, talk about musical events andcompare families inorder report familyrelationships.
  6. 6. 3 FOOD AND RESTAURANTS 3.1 Ask for a restaurant recommendation 3.2 Order from a menu 3.3 Speak to a server and payfor a meal 3.4 Discuss foodandhealth 20 - Peer Buddy -Small group activities -Word banks -Repetition -SQ3R -Labeling -QAR -Role-Play -Completing gaps -Mind map -Context clues -Note-taking 20 -Fillinggaps -Labelinginformation -Completing sentences -Solving exercises -Writing topic base paragraphs -Topic based research 10 Oral and written exams -Oral andwritten quizzes -Homework -Class participation -Integrated- Projects Progress Discuss about menus and meals. 4 TECHNOLOGYAND YOU 4.1 Suggest a brand or a model 4.2 Express frustration and sympathy 4.3 Describe features ofproducts 20 - Peer Buddy -Small group activities -Repetition -Word banks 20 -Fillinggaps -Labelinginformation -Completing sentences -Solving exercises -Writing topic base 10 -Oral andwritten exams -Oral andwritten quizzes -Homework Suggest a brandor model based onthe characteristics of products.
  7. 7. 4.4 Complainwhenthings don´t work -SQ3R -Labeling -QAR -Role-Play -Completing gaps -Mind map -Context clues -Note-taking -Summarizing paragraphs -Topic based research -Class participation -Integrated- Projects Progress
  8. 8. I. REFERENCIAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS Books and References: Main reference book: Author Book Title Edition Year Published Publishing house SASLOW, Joan;ASCHER, Allen TOP NOTCH Second 2011 Pearson Education Additional book references for students´ learning: Author Book Title Edition Year Published Publishing house MURPHY, Raymond ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR IN USE Third 2007 Cambridge University Press CLASS SCHEDULE Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 17H30-18H20 X X 2 18H20-19H10 X X 3 19H10-20H00 4 20H00-20H50 5 6 NUMBER OF CLASS SESSIONS PER WEEK: 1 GETTING ACQUAINTED SESSION LENGHT TO COVER THEORETICAL CONTENTS TO COVER PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 1 3
  9. 9. 2 GOING OUT/THE EXTENDED FAMILY SESSION LENGHT TO COVER THEORETICAL CONTENTS TO COVER PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 1 3 3 FOOD AND RESTAURANTS SESSION LENGHT TO COVER THEORETICAL CONTENTS TO COVER PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 4 TECHNOLOGYAND YOU SESSION LENGHT TO COVER THEORETICAL CONTENTS TO COVER PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 1 3 1 3
  10. 10. CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUBJECT TO THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING CONTRIBUTION OF ENGLISH I IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN LAW Thissubjectcontributestothe integral formationof the students, giving them the tools to face a changing and demanding world, that every time requires more and more preparation to get more opportunities in the labor market. ENTAILMENT AND RELATION OF THE SUBJECT WITH OTHER DISCIPLINARY CONTENTS OF THE CURRICULA Whenour studentsstudyEnglish,theyare gettingreadytofind out a world of information which contains subjects related to their career whatever is this, since the last upgrades come in English, they are going to be prepared to understand and receive the last information so that they will always know what is going on in their field. TYPE OF TRAINING OF THE SUBJECT AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE OBJECTIVES OF THE INSTITUTION AND CAREER The institutionintendstogive the societyprofessionalswithcritical thinkingprepare to contribute withideasastosolve problemsoutside inthe real world Thisis a basicscience syllabuswhichhasatheory-practice nature relatedtothe whole immediate environmentsince isageneral one itwill coverthe necessityforeveryone of the studentswhoare takingEnglish1.
  11. 11. RELATION OF THE SUBJECT WITH THE LEARNING CRITERIA RESULT GLOBAL LEARNING LANGUAGE RESULTS CONTRIBUTION LEARNING RESULTS The student will be able to greet, exchange personal information and identify new vocabulary. MEDIUM Greet andexchange personal information. MEDIUM Describe plans, talk about musical events andcompare families inorder report familyrelationships. MEDIUM Discuss about menus and meals. MEDIUM Suggest a brandor model based on the characteristics of products. STUDY GUIDE ARTICULATION I – ACTIVITIES 1. Write a paragraph with your personal information; please include your name, last name, your hometown, age, and occupation. 2. Introduce yourself to 5 of your classmates using the information above, take notes from the people that you speak to and read the information to the rest of the class. 3. Choose a celebritythatyoulike,findoutinformationaboutit,andunderline the most important information such as: age, real name, place of birth, hobbies, personality, etc., prepare a short presentation with the information above (include pictures). 4. Solve exercises on the Workbook for Unit 1 (1-19) on MyTopNotchLab http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/mytopnotchlab/introduction.asp ARTICULATION II – ACTIVITIES 1. Pretend that you are organizing a local event in your town; it can be related to music, arts, acting,etc.Prepare a posterinwhichyou will specifythe location,time,date,who is going to perform, give directions, etc. 2. Draw a map of yourneighborhood,andinclude all of the facilitiesonit;get in pairs and explainittoyourpartner;make sure he/she understandswhereyour house is located. 3. Solve exercises on the Workbook for Unit 2 (1-17) on MyTopNotchLab http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/mytopnotchlab/introduction.asp 4. Solve exercises on the Workbook for Unit 3 (1-22) on MyTopNotchLab http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/mytopnotchlab/introduction.asp
  12. 12. ARTICULATION III - ACTIVITIES 1. Make a listof healthy food and search information about the benefits that eating this food represents for the human body. Prepare a poster with all this information and show it to your class. 2. Find information about “MY PLATE” which is a new trend in nutrition proposed by Michelle Obama. Prepare a power point presentation explaining what she proposes through this nice idea and conclude if you think it is helpful or not. 3. Solve exercises on the Workbook for Unit 4 (1-19) on MyTopNotchLab http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/mytopnotchlab/introduction.asp ARTICULATION IV – ACTIVITIES 1. Invent your own technology gadget, after that draw it on a piece of paper and finally write an essay explaining all the things it can do as well as its characteristics. 2. Write a short essay about the pros and cons of technology. 3. Solve exercises on the Workbook for Unit 5 (1-19) on MyTopNotchLab http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/mytopnotchlab/introduction.asp
  13. 13. II. EVALUACIÓN  EVALUATION METHODS FIRST EVALUATION SECOND EVALUATION THIRD EVALUATION FOURTH EVALUATION WRITTEN/ORAL EXAMS 50% 50% 50% 50% WRITTEN / ORAL QUIZZES 20% 20% 20% 20% HOMEWORK 10% 10% 10% 10% CLASS PARTICIPATION 10% 10% 10% 10% INTEGRATED PROJECT PROGRESS 10% 10% 10% 10% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100%
  14. 14. ANNEXES TECHNOLOGY IN THE EFL LEARNING Effective use of ICTinEnglishlessonsoffersthe potential to transform teaching and learning. An appropriate application of ICT can provide the students with opportunities to use their skills to assists and progress their learning in English. The ICT usedto develop this syllabus include the use of data show in class to present Power PointPresentations,movies,video-audioaidsandmusic.Inadditionthe students will use My Top Notch Lab http://www.myenglishlab.com/courses-top-notch-2nd.html in order to performfollowupactivitieson-line,whichwillhelpthemtoreinforce the content studied un class and self- follow up their progress. RESEARCH IN THE EFL LEARNING Researchplaysan importantpartin the processof learning because through it students have the toolsto developdifferentskills.Amongtheseskillswe have readingforthe gist,skimming, scanning; analyzing, summarizing and making their own conclusions. Besides, students are able to give opinions and learn about the world we live in. ThroughTopic basedresearchstudentswillfindoutinformationrelated to the topics studied in this syllabus.
  15. 15. ORAL EVALUATION RUBRIC CATEGORY 10 8 7 5 Score GRAMMAR Grammar covered in class wasused to communicate effectively. A few minor difficulties arose from not using the grammar studiedinclass. Grammatical errors led to manyminor difficulties or one major breakdown in communication. Grammatical errors severelyhampered communication VOCABULARY Vocabulary studiedinclass was usedto express ideas eloquently. A few minor difficulties arose from not using appropriate vocabulary. Some difficulties arose due to limited vocabularyand/or bad diction. Communication was severely hampereddue to lack of vocabulary. FLUENCY Student actedas a facilitator, helping the conversationflow and develop. Some minor difficulties maintaining the conversation were evident. Some effort was requiredto maintainthe conversation. There mayhave beena few long pauses. Much effort was required to maintainthe conversation. There mayhave been manylong pauses. LISTENING Student respondedto questions with appropriate answers, acknowledgedall statements, and incorporated them intothe discussion. Student respondedto most questions, acknowledged most statements, and incorporated manyof these into the conversation. Student failedto answer some questions appropriatelyOR failedto acknowledge some statements and incorporate these into the conversation. Student didn't understandor ignored most questions and statements. Student mayhave been using notes. VOICE AND NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION Pronunciation was clear and inflectionand expressions were usedto enhance communication. No serious problems arose, but better pronunciation, inflection, and/or non-verbal communication could have made communication more efficient. Some communication problems arose due to unclear pronunciation and/or lackof inflectionand/or expression. Student mayhave been difficult to hear. Pronunciation, inflection, and/or expression confused communication. Student mayhave been verydifficult to hear.
  16. 16. WRITING RUBRIC CATEGORY Very Good 10 Good 8 Needs Improvement 7 Unsatisfactory5 Points Sentences & Paragraphs Sentences and paragraphs are complete, well- constructedandof variedstructure. All sentences are complete andwell- constructed(no fragments, norun- ons). Paragraphing is generallydone well. Most sentences are complete andwell- constructed. Paragraphing needs some work. Manysentence fragments or run- on sentencesOR paragraphing needs lots of work. Grammar & spelling Writer makes no errors ingrammar or spelling. Writer makes 1-2 errors ingrammar and/or spelling. Writer makes 3-4 errors in grammar and/or spelling Writer makes more than 4 errors in grammar and/or spelling. Ideas Ideas were expressedina clear and organized fashion. It waseasy to figure out what the letter was about. Ideas were expressedina prettyclear manner, but the organizationcould have been better. Ideas were somewhat organized, but were not veryclear. It took more thanone reading to figure out what the letter was about. The letter seemed to be a collectionof unrelated sentences. It was very difficult to figure out what the letter was about. Length The letter is 10 or more sentences. The letter is 8-9 sentences. The letter is 5-7 sentences. The letter is less than 5 sentences. Capitalization and Punctuation Writer makes no errors in capitalizationand punctuation. Writer makes 1-2 errors in capitalizationand punctuation. Writer makes 3-4 errors in capitalizationand punctuation. Writer makes more than 4 errors in capitalizationand punctuation.

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