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simple past-regular & irregular verbs

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Teaching Practice and Active Methodologies for Foreign Language (English) II

Mentor

Erick Peñaloza

Student

Emmanuel Avila

Fundamental contents of the progression

  • Simple past
  • Regular and irregular verbs

Learning progression

Attentive reading to analyze the information in short texts that talk about historical events in Mexico in Spanish and English, identifying the simple past of regular and irregular verbs to differentiate them in their writing.

Category Listening (L) Speaking (S) Reading (R) Writting (W)

Subcategories Listening for git Listening for detail Fluency Using functions Pronunciation Scanning Skimming Spelling Punctuation Layout Coherence and cohesion

lesson plan

Time of development of the progression Teacher mediation Independent study 5 weeks (10 hrs.) 10 hrs.

opening activities

Closing activities

Development activities

Activity 1: Introduction to the project and diagnosis of prior knowledge. Activity 2: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in Spanish. Activity 3: Identification of the past simple of regular verbs in Spanish.

Activity 14: Review and edition of the historical chronicle in English. Activity 15: Oral presentation of the historical chronicle in English.

Activity 4: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in English. Activity 5: Identification of the past simple of irregular verbs in Spanish. Activity 6: Differentiation in writing the past simple in Spanish. Activity 7: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in English. Activity 8: Identification of the past simple of regular verbs in English. Activity 9: Differentiation in writing the past simple in English. Activity 10: Planning and preparation of an original historical chronicle in Spanish. Activity 11: Review and edition of the historical chronicle in Spanish. Activity 12: Oral presentation of the historical chronicle in Spanish. Activity 13: Planning and preparation of an original historical chronicle in English

cross curricular contents

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Cross curricular contents Diagnosis

  • Students show interest in learning about the history of Mexico.
  • Students have basic reading skills in Spanish and English.
  • Students have prior knowledge about the use of the present simple in Spanish and English.
Project objectives Analyze historical texts from Mexico in Spanish and English, identifying the simple past of regular and irregular verbs to differentiate them in their writing. Project justification This transversal project is of great importance for student learning, as it allows them to:
  • Deepen your knowledge of the history of Mexico through reading authentic texts.
  • Develop critical reading and information analysis skills.
  • Strengthen the understanding and use of the simple past in Spanish and English.
  • Promote creativity and written expression through the preparation of an original historical chronicle.
  • Promote collaborative work and the exchange of ideas among students.
Progressions of knowledge areas, socio-cognitive and socio-emotional resources Sheet 8.3. A limited view of the ConstruyeT program https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KWHsYL-8IrY5_KnpMo0j2J5rxZRERW8j/view Adapt it in relation to the History of the Mexican Revolution. Work schedule Week 1:
  • Activity 1: Introduction to the project and diagnosis of prior knowledge.
  • Activity 2: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in Spanish.
  • Activity 3: Identification of the past simple of regular verbs in Spanish.
Week 2:
  • Activity 4: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in English.
  • Activity 5: Identification of the past simple of irregular verbs in Spanish.
  • Activity 6: Differentiation in writing the past simple in Spanish.
Week 3:
  • Activity 7: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in English.
  • Activity 8: Identification of the past simple of regular verbs in English.
  • Activity 9: Differentiation in writing the past simple in English.
Week 4:
  • Activity 10: Planning and preparation of an original historical chronicle in Spanish.
  • Activity 11: Review and edition of the historical chronicle in Spanish.
  • Activity 12: Oral presentation of the historical chronicle in Spanish.
Week 5:
  • Activity 13: Planning and preparation of an original historical chronicle in English.
  • Activity 14: Review and edition of the historical chronicle in English.
  • Activity 15: Oral presentation of the historical chronicle in English.

criteria

Assesment

Learning situation

  • The active participation of students in the project activities will be evaluated.
  • The understanding and analysis of the historical texts read will be evaluated.
  • The correct identification of the simple past in Spanish and English will be evaluated.
  • The differentiation in writing the past simple in Spanish and English will be evaluated.
  • The quality and originality of the historical chronicle prepared in Spanish and English will be evaluated.

Understands orally frequently used everyday expressions, related to areas of experience that are especially relevant to them (basic information about themselves and their family, shopping, places of interest, occupations, etc.)Adequately interprets oral messages about simple, everyday tasks that are familiar to him or her and that do not require more than simple and direct exchanges of information. Makes sense of oral information in simple terms about aspects of their past and environment, as well as issues related to their immediate needs.Orally uses frequently used everyday expressions related to areas of experience that are especially relevant to you (basic information about yourself and your family, purchases, places of interest, occupations, etc.) Presents oral messages on how to carry out simple, everyday tasks that require nothing more than simple and direct exchanges of information that are known or habitual.Share of orally in simple terms about aspects of their past and their environment, as well as issues related to their immediate needs. Adequately interprets simple written texts and frequently used everyday expressions related to areas of experience that are especially relevant (basic information about family, shopping, places of interest, occupations, among others). Interprets written messages that describe simple, everyday tasks, requiring nothing more than simple and direct expressions that are known or habitual.

Learning trayectory

Activity 1: Introduction to the project and diagnosis of prior knowledge.Activity 2: Reading and analysis of a short historical text in Spanish.Activity 3: Identification of the past simple of regular verbs in Spanish.