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My Portfolio
Capacitador: Oscar Marino
Julio 2012
My Portfolio
Prof. M. Marta Ottaviano
Distrito:Navarro.
Diseño Curricular:
“Dentro del marco de los fines de la Escuela
Secundaria – la formación de ciudadanos, la
preparación para el mundo del trabajo y para la
continuación de estudios superiores – debemos
tener en cuenta los distintos contextos de cada escuela,
las particularidades y condiciones en las que los
docentes enseñan, las biografías personales de los
alumnos para tomar decisiones curriculares que
promuevan una escuela para todos.”
Inglés y su Enseñanza en el Ciclo Superior de la Escuela
Secundaria.
Las clases de lenguas extranjeras deben servir no solo
para aprender la lengua sino también para brindar la
oportunidad de usarla en contextos dados, además de
conocer las distintas partes y elementos de que se
compone una lengua, sean capaces de ensamblarlos, de
construir con ellos mensajes reales y útiles.
AICLE ofrece a los alumnos un contexto natural para el
desarrollo de la lengua extranjera, que se construye sobre
la base de aprendizajes previos. Como consecuencia de un
uso más espontáneo y natural, los alumnos están más
motivados y predispuestos hacia el aprendizaje de otras
lenguas.
On the light of this proposal, CLIL has come to
the rescue of both teachers and students.
Through the 4-Cs principles CLIL ensures
flexibility and adaptability to a wide range of
contexts, as well as progression in language
usage and learning, skills development and and
self learning construct which in turn results in
an effective, highly motivating learning process
for all the actors alike.
verbs
LISTENING
gaps
S
P
E
A
K
I
N
G
WRITING
functions
Correct form
projects
Simple or
continuous?
R
E
A
D
I
N
G
adjectives
auxiliaries
Identity
Context
citizenship
“self/other” awareness
Culture
Learning to use
the language
Use the
language to
learn
understanding
New
knowledge
skills
Cognition
CLIL
Problem-solving
applying
reflecting
Communication
CONTENT
CULTURE
Multimedia Prsesentations
*Products
*Employees
*History of the plant
*Human Resources
*Export
*The farming and farm timeline
machinery
*Wheat: from soil to ship
*Video”The flour milling process”
*Machinery
*The History of Agro.machinery
factories in Argentina
*Advertisement - Leaflets
LAGOMARSINO
FLOUR MILLING
PROCESS
COMMUNICATION
Language of learning
Key vocabulary
Phrases
Passive voice
Connectors
Lang. Of leaflets
Language for learning
Reading strategies
for differentes types
of texts.
Writing leaflets
Language through
learning
Dictionary skills
Describing processes
and parts
Using feedback
CONGNITION
*Describing processes
*Identifying machinery
*Visual rpresentation
*Investigation
*Analizing and Organizing ideas
*Creating multimedia
presentations, leaflets
As CLIL goes
by
…
Familiar
Motivated
teacher
Motivate
d
students
Meaninful
learning
situations +
authentic
English
content +
new
language
Learning to use
the language –
Use the
language to
learn
Friendly
learning
environment
Challanged
but
confident
students
Creative
outcomes
Self
awareness
of
performanc
e&
progress
A new approach to
teaching
eventually makes
us reflect about a
new and wider
view of assessment
Fulcher
• Language testing is a complex social
phenomena.
• It has evolved to fulfil a number of
functions in the classroom.
Carol
• The purpose of language testing is to
render information to aid in making
intelligent decisions about possible
courses of action.
CLIL
• Monitoring the development of a unit
and evaluating the processes and
outcomes are integral to the teaching and
learning process.
• Assessment is part of the learning cycle.
FOR
Learning
• To
determine
next steps
• To provide
feedback
• To identifiy
learning
needs
• Formative
AS Learning
• To guide sts to
monitor & reflect on
their own learning
• To provide
opportunities for
each st. to make
adjustments &
adaptations
• Metacognition
development
OF
Learning
• To confirm
what sts
know or can
do.
• To certify
proficiency
• Summative
& public
Self & peer
assessment
Scaffolding
Simplest form of
the language to
test content
knowledge
Clear
learning
objectives
CLIL
Assessment
Principles
Language
assessed for a
real purpose
in a real
context.
Mixture of
formal &
informal
assessment.
Task-based &
asignmentbased
assessment
Clear assessment
measures &
success criteria
to sts
Positive Washback
Refers to expected
test effects. For
example, a test may
encourage students
to study more or
may promote a
connection
between standards
and instruction
Negative Washback
Refers to the
unexpected,
harmful
consequences of a
test. For example,
instruction may
focus too heavily on
test preparation at
the expense of
other activities.
Excerpt by Glenn Fulcher (2010)
“Teachers… have to respond to the demands made by
testing regimes and students´ desire to pass tests. It is
therefore about evaluating the impact that test use may
have on teaching and learning, in the broadest sense.
The effects of the use of language tests are measure of
the meaning of the test in practice. If the test has been well
designed, with its purpose and effect in mind, we might
expect to see many positive effects …”
Assessment has evolved alongside with teaching to
become part of the learning cycle and not its aim.
For assessment to be effective, it must be
“ecologically sensitive” as it has to serve the local needs
of both teacher and leaners. Whatever purpose or
format it may have, it has to mirror the teaching
process and classroom practice.
By selecting a test that reflects your instructional and
program goals, you can more closely align testing with
instruction.
Have I evolved or
just got old?, I
wonder…
The greatest sign of success for a
teacher … is to be able to say: “The
children are now working as if I did
not exist”
María Montessori, Italian Educator. 18701952
I´ve selected this wise quote because it
perfectly reflects my own feelings. Having
completed the course (successfully I hope!) I
feel confident enough to go on working on
my own. I´ve always considered assessment
as one of the hardest aspects of teaching .
But now, bearing in mind the CLIL
principles, the different types of assessment
and methods and above all thanks to an
outstanding teacher , I can honestly say that
I can work as if he did not exist!
Albert Einstein
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