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UPLA FINAL PRACTICUM


PORTFOLIO

STUDENT: Héctor Rodrigo


Vallejos Olivares

SUBJECT: Professional
Practicum

TEACHERS: Isabel Vásquez


and Rodrigo González

CLASS: NM4 (Adult


Education)

YEAR: 2009

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Index.

Cover………………………………………………………………
…page 1
Index………………………………………………………………
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Introduction……………………………………………………….
page 3
Reading
article........................................................page 4
Pedagogical
artifact................................................page 5-8
Reflective
writing....................................................page 8-10
School
information..................................................page 10
Unit
plans................................................................page 11-
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Lesson
plans............................................................page 14-23
Learning
material....................................................page 24-60
Evaluation
instruments...........................................page 61-68

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Introduction.

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This final practicum portfolio consists of all the things that are
related to such a process, that is, school information,
reflections, unit plans and lesson plans, among others. They
are all part of a very interesting and enriching experience that
will be unforgettable.

The Importance of Teachers


http://www.teachersfirst.nl/Teaching/TheImportanceofTeachers
/tabid/236/Default.aspx

Primary school teaching is the single most important


profession in the world. Teachers pass on knowledge and
values to children, prepare them for further education and for
working life and are main contributors to good education. This
most important profession however does not get the
recognition it deserves. In the developed world, young people
don’t want to become a primary school teacher anymore. In
most developing countries the profession does not attract
qualified and ambitious people because it is poorly
remunerated. Gone are the days that a primary school teacher
was a highly respected person. To attain the goal of universal
and good primary school education, teaching has to become
an attractive profession again.
Teachers are one of the main pillars of a sound and
progressive society. They bear the weight and responsibility of
teaching, and, apart from parents, are the main source of
knowledge and values for children.
For a child between 6 and 12, there are basically three
options: get no primary education, get low quality primary
education or get good quality primary education. In spite of
our world being immensely rich, the majority of children have
to settle for option 1 or 2. At this very moment, over a
hundred million children get no primary education at all. And

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over 500 million of them get it but the quality is low: they
have little or no books, their class-room is poorly equipped or
simply doesn’t exist, or they have a teacher whose level of
knowledge hardly surpasses that of a 6th grader or who is not
motivated because she earns less than her neighbor who
cleans the house of the local landlord.
The universally subscribed goal that “by 2015 all children,
particularly girls, children in difficult circumstances and those
belonging to ethnic minorities, have access to complete free
and compulsory primary education of good quality"
(Declaration of The World Education Forum held in Dakar,
Senegal in 2000) can only be achieved if children can have
access to motivated and knowledgeable teachers. They are
the resource by excellence. The books are important, the
pencil and the blackboard are important and so are the chairs
to sit on, but if there is no motivated teacher in front of the
chairs, if there is no teacher to write on the blackboard and to
teach reading, math and how to pick up knowledge and
values, the goal will never be achieved.

Reports and Pedagogical reflections

I. Observation stage.

a) Pedagogical artifact Nº1


During this stage, I could observe the teacher and his
students (around ten per class). They didn’t misbehave
and their grades were good enough to say that they are
good students. The teacher seemed to control the class
effortlessly and all of the students did the activities on
their notebooks or on the whiteboard, and most of them
repeated after the teacher, when they had to speak or
read aloud.
b) Reflection Nº1 (any topic related to this stage)
It was a good experience, very similar to the previous
stages, I mean Vise I, II, and III, except for the number of
students, because this is a very small class, in which you
are supposed to control the students in a better way, in
order to overcome the process successfully.

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II. Team-teaching stage.

a) Pedagogical artifact Nº2


During this stage, the teacher asked me to do a written
test, using one of his models as a reference. Then, he
asked me to check the test, but I didn’t have to put any
grades. This is the only thing I could do under the
circumstances.
b) Reflection Nº2. “Interactions in the classroom”
In relation to this point, I have to say that the
interactions were mainly between the teacher and the
students. The atmosphere was always quiet and the
students didn’t seem to notice my presence. Just a few
of them asked me for help.

III. Teaching stage.

a) Pedagogical artifact Nº3


• Planning: I just have to say that planning is not
that easy, mainly for student teachers who have
never planned before. However, I do think of
planning as something very useful, because you are
supposed to follow a logical sequence of activities
according to your planning, in order to know exactly
what to do.
• Teaching: First of all, I have to say that I had to
start teaching earlier than I thought, because I had
already finished the two previous stages. This
means that I had to do a couple of classes (including
a test), before starting the real teaching process
according to the official program for adult
education, that is, unit 1 “What do I do for living”
and unit 2 “Technology and communication”.
• Evaluating learning results: I think that the
results are good. Most of the students are good
students and have good grades, and I do my best to
respect the adult education program. Only a few
students have a poor English, but I don’t think that’s
a matter of skills. I think that deep in their hearts,
some of them don’t seem to feel like coming to
classes. In fact, one of the rainy days, there was
only one student. In relation to the missing ones,
they don’t even care of the activities, worksheets,
exercises or whatever.

b) Reflection Nº3 “ Classroom control issues”


Fortunately, the students are good students in terms of
both behavior and grades. This means that they don’t
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misbehave and most of the time they are quiet. I respect


them and they respect me. In case of an interruption,
some of them tend to relax, but once the interruption is
over, the students stop the conversation and you can
continue the class in a quiet atmosphere.

Consejo de Curso y Orientación

I. Datos Generales:

1. Nombre del Establecimiento Educacional: Liceo Edo.


De la Barra
2. Curso: 4to medio
3. Profesor jefe: Gonzalo Murillo
4. Profesor en Práctica: Héctor Rodrigo Vallejos
Olivares
5. Fecha: 30-6-09
6. Hora (inicio y término):22:30-22:50

II.- Desarrollo del consejo de curso

1. Tema de Orientación:
2. OFT cubierto:
3. Tabla del Consejo de Curso:
El profesor sólo se limitó a explicar, brevemente, la
demora del pase escolar y lo relativo a la PSU. Sólo
fue interrumpido por un par de alumnos que
consultaron sobre lo mismo. Luego de 20 minutos,
se dio por terminado el consejo, y los alumnos
fueron despachados.
Al conversar posteriormente con el profesor, me dijo
que esa era la forma de desarrollar los consejos de
curso, informando de manera precisa y concisa lo
que había que informar. En relación a cuestiones
disciplinarias, esas son de responsabilidad de los
alumnos, sobre la base que son adultos (mayores
de 18 años) y, por lo tanto, deben autoregularse.

Reuniones de Profesores

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I. Datos Generales:

1. Nombre del Establecimiento Educacional: Liceo Edo. De


la Barra
2. Profesor en Práctica: Héctor Rodrigo Vallejos Olivares
3. Fecha: 3-7-09
4. Tabla de la reunión:
5. Hora (inicio y término)

Estimado profesor: Lamentablemente, el señor Pizarro,


inspector de la jornada nocturna, me informó que,
producto del paro, hubo que hacer un nuevo calendario
para recuperar las horas de clases perdidas, lo que les
significa escasez de tiempo, razón por la cual ya habían
determinado no hacer consejos de profesores en lo que
quedaba del período. Y en el evento de informar algo a
los profesores, se iba a hacer por escrito. Por esta razón,
le consulté al señor Ricardo Núñez, profesor guía, para
que me ilustrara de lo que suele tratarse en un consejo
de profesores. Me dijo que, básicamente, hacían consejo
de evaluación, donde trataban asuntos tales como los
alumnos más conflictivos o los de más bajo rendimiento,
y buscaban la forma de tratar esos casos en forma
particular. No obstante lo anterior, también trataban
aspectos propios de los profesores, como ajustes de
horario, entre otras cosas. También, a través de un
delegado, se informan de las gestiones que realizan los
dirigentes regionales y así decidir acciones a seguir,
como la paralización de actividades en reclamo del bono
SAE, que ya ocurrió.

Reuniones de Padres y Apoderados

Estimado profesor: Luego de consultar por las reuniones


de apoderados, se me informó lo siguiente: Que los
apoderados no existen, pues los alumnos son todos
mayores de edad y responden por sí mismos. De hecho,
ellos solos se matriculan, sin la compañía de apoderados
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o padres. El año pasado, por una nueva disposición,


comenzó a recibirse a menores de edad, y
fundamentalmente, han llegado adolescentes que,
precozmente, se han convertido en madres.
En el evento de que alguien quiera consultar por algún
alumno en particular, como por ejemplo, saber si está
asistiendo regularmente a clases, lo puede hacer sin
ningún problema, pues se le atiende en forma particular.
Por lo general, estos casos corresponden a padres que se
acercan a consultar en esos términos, no como
apoderados. Y lo que haya que informar a los alumnos,
se les comunica de manera directa en las respectivas
salas de clases.

Reflective Writing

Reflection Nº 1: What have you learned from workshop Nº


1?

I think that the workshop was a good opportunity to share


your thoughts about the practicum process with the
classmates, because you can also learn from others’
experiences.

As far as I’m concerned, this is an important process you have


to face positively, in spite of the fact that you usually have
some fears when you are about to start such a kind of
process. For example, your students could manage to spoil
the class and that would be terrible. That’s why you have to
be self - confident and do your best to succeed, so my
expectations are that the students will contribute to my good
performance.

Reflection Nº2:

Name: H. Rodrigo Vallejos O.

Title: Ethical teacher.

Entry date: May,

“They spend an enormous amount of time and energy in their


efforts to maintain in their classrooms a climate of respect in
which they respect students, students respect them, and,
significantly, students respect themselves and each other”.

Author: Elizabeth Campbell.

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First of all, it is necessary to understand that ethics deals with


accepted beliefs which control behavior, mainly the ones
which are based on morals. However, this doesn’t mean that
you have to do whatever society accepts, because standards
of behavior in society can be different from what is ethical.
This is something very important you have to consider and
practice in your daily life, whatever you do and wherever you
work.

From this point of view, teachers have a big responsibility


which is based on the fact that they are model citizens for
their students. That’s why it is very important for teachers
to have an ethical behavior, meaning that they have to be
honest, fair, respectful, and kind, among other characteristics,
as a way to create an educational environment where
everyone is treated fairly and respectfully, not only in the
classroom, but also in the whole educational community.

Dignity has nothing to do with the money you earn monthly. It


is related to the way you value your profession. Teachers are
meant to educate their students and education implies an
essentially ethical activity.

Reflection Nº4: “The way I feel”

It is said that you have to stand up for your rights, and


teachers do know how to fight for them. The point is that
strikes usually affect people who have nothing to do with
them, such as the student teachers, and traffic jumps are part
of your daily life during the strikes. In fact, I had to be very
patient with a couple of traffic jumps because of the teachers’
strike. They were standing on Errázuriz street for a long time
and you just had to wait for them to move out.

Fortunately, I was able to do the previous stage, consisting of


the observation and the assistantship, but in the final stage, in
which you have to be a real teacher, I was interrupted by the
strike in the second class.

I’m back again to continue with the final practicum process


and my expectations are that I will be able to overcome this
process successfully.

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School information.

School Liceo Edo. De la Barra


Address Colón 2184
City Valparaíso
School’s Phone number 2214923
Grade NM4 adult education
Monday:21:50-23:05 Tuesday:21:00-
Schedule 22:30
Guide Teacher’s Name Ricardo Núñez
Guide Teacher’s E-mail
Address.
Guide Teacher’s Phone
Number 9/5459481

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Unit Plans.

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Lesson Plans.

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First observation.

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Second observation

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Learning Material

April 20th

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April 21st

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June 16th

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June 22nd
I.- Listen to the conversations carefully and try to answer the questions.

Conversation 1

1.- What does Mr. Ford do?

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2.- What does Ms. White do?

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3.- Where does Mr. Ford work?

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4.- Where does Ms. White work?

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5.- Does Mr. Ford like his job?

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6.- Does Ms. White like her job?

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Conversation 2

1.- What does Mary do?

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2.- Where does she work?

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3.- Does she like her job?

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4.- What does Mrs. Gold’s husband do?

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5.- Does he like his job?

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6.- Does he like to work?

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II.- Answer the following questions with the information you have in your
worksheets.

1.- What do you do?

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2.- Where do you work?


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3.- Do you like your job?

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4.- What do you want to be?

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5.- Where do you want to work?

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July 3rd

I.- People who work have to do some daily activities, as a routine. For
example: You get up early in the morning, take a shower, watch the
news, have breakfast, and go to work. You go to work by car, bus, or
train.

The following questions have to do with such activities:

1.- What do you do?

................................................................................................

2.- Where do you work?

.................................................................................................

3.- Do you get up early in the morning?

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4.- Do you take a shower?

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5.- Do you read the newspaper, listen to music, or watch the news on TV?

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6.- Do you have breakfast? A light breakfast or a big one?

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7.- How do you get to work?

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8.- What time do you start work?

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9.- What time do you finish work?

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10.- Do you go to bed early or late?

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II.- Do you like your job?

Yes, I do / No, I don’t.

Why do you like it?

Because it is..............:

• Very interesting
• Dangerous and I love danger

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• A very relaxing job


• An easy job and the salary is good
• A difficult job, but the salary is extremely good
Because I...............:

• Can work freely


• Don’t feel under pressure
• Work in a very comfortable office
• Don’t have problems with my colleagues
• I can do a lot of things
Why not?

Because it is..............:

• Very boring
• Very tiring
• Difficult and the salary is not good enough
Because I................:

• Go back home late at night


• Don’t even have time to smoke
• Work under pressure all the time
• Can hardly talk to my colleagues

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July 7th

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

First Name _____________________________

Middle Name ___________________________

Last Name _____________________________

Street Address

_______________________________________________________

City, State, Zip Code

_______________________________________________________

Phone Number

(___)___________________________________

Are you eligible to work in the United States?

Yes _______ No_______

If you are under age 18, do you have an employment/age certificate?

Yes ___ No ___

Have you been convicted of a felony within the last five years?

Yes_______ No_______

If yes, please explain: _________________________________________

__________________________________________________________

POSITION/AVAILABILITY:

Position Applied For

________________________________________

Days/Hours Available

Monday ____
Tuesday ____
Wednesday ____

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Thursday ____
Friday ____
Saturday ____
Sunday ____

Hours Available: from _______ to ______

What date are you available to start work?

________________________________________

EDUCATION:

Name and Address Of School - Degree/Diploma - Graduation Date

_________________________________________________________________

Skills and Qualifications: Licenses, Skills, Training, Awards

_____________________________________________________________

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

Present Or Last Position:

Employer: _____________________________________________________

Address:______________________________________________________

Supervisor: ____________________________________________________

Phone: _______________________________

Email: ________________________________

Position Title: _________________________

From: ______________ To: ______________

Responsibilities: ___________________________________________________

Salary: _______________

Reason for Leaving: ____________________________________________

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Previous Position:

Employer: _____________________________________________________

Address:______________________________________________________

Supervisor: ____________________________________________________

Phone: _______________________________

Email: ________________________________

Position Title: _________________________

From: ______________ To: ______________

Responsibilities: ___________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________

Salary: _______________

Reason for Leaving: ____________________________________________

May We Contact Your Present Employer?

Yes _____ No _____

References:

Name/Title Address Phone

_________________________________________________________________

Icertify that information contained in this application is true and complete. I understand that
false information may be grounds for not hiring me or for immediate termination of
employment at any point in the future if I am hired. I authorize the verification of any or all
information listed above.

Signature______________________________

Date__________________________________

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Your Name
Your Address
Your City, State, Zip Code
Your Phone Number
Your Email

Contact Person
Company Name
Address
City, State, Zip Code

Dear Contact Person:

As an experienced communications professional, I'm very interested in the position of Associate


Vice President of University Campaign Communications at the University of North Florida.

I have a proven track record in almost all of the competencies you're seeking, especially in
strategically communicating institutional priorities. Here are a few highlights:

• Twelve years experience developing and implementing internal and external


communications for ABCD Energy/Electric and ABCD Croporation.
• Handling a wide range of creative services, collaborating with and supervising creative
services staff and vendors to produce marketing and other print communications, as well
online communications and video projects.
• Exceptional writing and editing skills honed over the past 13 years in public relations and
corporate communications; from press releases to newsletters to video scripts to web sites
and intranet publications.
• Providing communications counsel and expertise to executives and managers for issues
management, benefits communications and employee relations.

As a recent transplant to Miami, I still own a home in Tampa and would love to put my
skills to work back in Tampa.

Please let me know if I can answer any questions or provide any work samples.

Sincerely,

Your Name

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Cover letter.

Your Name ...................................................................


Your Address................................................................
Your City.......................................................................
Your Phone Number .....................................................
Your Email.....................................................................

Contact Person...............................................................
Company Name.............................................................
Address .........................................................................
City ................................................................................

Dear Contact Person:......................................................

As an experienced..............................................., I’m very interested in the position


of.................................................. at the......................................................................

I have ................................................................ in almost all of the competencies you are


seeking. Here are a few highlights:

• ........... .................. experience in a................................. company.


• ........... .................. experience in a................................. company.

I would like to put my skills to work in your prestigious company.

Please let me know if I can answer any questions or provide any work samples.

Sincerely,

Your name

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July 28th

I.- What are the pictures about?

Are they related to the Internet?

Teens are more likely to own desktop computers than any other type
of digital technology.

Almost three-quarters of teens (72%) own a desktop computer, compared with


63% who own cell phones, 51% who own iPods/MP3 players, 25% who own
laptops, and 8% who own personal digital devices. Older teens are slightly
more likely to own these devices, and teen girls, especially older teen girls, are
more likely to own cell phones than their male counterparts.

Not surprisingly, the more money their parents earn, the more likely teens are
to own a large array of gadgets (including laptops, cell phones, and iPods).
Older teens are more likely to report owning desktop computers than younger
teens.

II.- Read the text and answer the questions.

a) What is the text about?

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b) What kind of technology do teens own?

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c) How many teens have a desktop computer?

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d) How many teens have cell phones?

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e) Do teen girls have cell phones?

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f) Do men prefer cell phones?

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g) Do older teens prefer cell phones?

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III.- Read the sentences and write whether they are TRUE or FALSE.

a) .............Teens are more likely to have laptop computers.

b) ............. 63% of teens have cell phones.

c) ............. Only 25% of teens own a laptop computer.

d) ............. Teen girls are more likely to own cell phones than their male
counterparts.

e) ............. The more money their parents earn, the more likely teens are to
own laptops, cell phones, and iPods.

f) .............. Younger teens are more likely to have desktop computers than
older teens.

IV.-

a) What do you think of computers?

I think that:

• They are very useful.


• They make your life easier.
• Modern computers are very powerful.
b) What do you of cell phones?

I think that:

• They are very useful, because you can call your friends wherever you
are.
• They are not expensive at all.

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• Most people have cell phones nowadays.


c) What do you think of MP3 players?

I think that:

• They make you enjoy your favorite music wherever you are.
• They are not expensive, but powerful.

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August 3rd

I.- Read the conversation “1” and answer the questions.

1.- What does the hijacker want the captain to do?

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2.- What will the hijacker do if the captain doesn’t follow the instruction?

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3.- What does the captain tell the hijacker not to do?

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4.- What will the hijacker do if the captain isn’t quiet?

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5.- What will happen if the passengers do as he tells them?

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II.- Read the conversation “2” and answer the questions.

1.- Who is Mr. Bolt?

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2.- What does the hijacker want?

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3.- Does the president have enough time to talk to the Arabs, the Brazilians
and the french?

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4.- What will happen if those countries can’t do anything?

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III.- Work in pairs to make a dialog between a pilot and a hijacker. Use the
vocabulary of the two previous conversations.

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IV.- Describe the picture orally. You can use “there is or there are”. Example:

There is a fire truck and an ambulance.

Evaluation instruments

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This is the test I had to make in my team-teaching stage.

Written quiz.

Name: ___________________________________ Date: _______________________

1.- Look at the picture and name, at least, ten (10) things you see in the
house.

a) ________________________ f) ________________________
b) ________________________ g) ________________________
c) ________________________ h) ________________________
d) ________________________ i) _________________________
e) ________________________ j) _________________________
2.- Look at the picture again and answer the following questions.

a) How many lamps are there in the house?

_________________________________

b) Is there a TV set in the bedroom?

_________________________________

c) How many pictures are there in the house?

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d) What furniture is there in the living room?

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3.- Answer the following questions about your house.

a) What furniture is there in your bedroom?

_____________________________________________

b) Does your house have a garage?

_____________________________________________

c) Does your bathroom have a water heater?

_____________________________________________

d) Describe your kitchen and bathroom.

_____________________________________________

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This test was intended to finish the topic about food. After that, I could start
my real classes according to the educational program for adults.

Written test.

Name:……………………………………… Date:………………………..

1.- Answer the following questions.

a) What fruit do you like?

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b) What meat do you prefer?

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c) Do you prefer carrots or potatoes?

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d) What kind of dessert do you like?

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2.- Complete the sentences using the following words: Anything-they-


here-prefer-else-how much

a) ..................................are bananas?. .......................are $1,50.

b) I don’t like carrots. I ......................... onions.

c) .......................... ...............................? No, thanks.

d) It’s $1,75. OK, ....................... you go.

3.- Write the questions and the answers. Use “How much is/are” and
“It is/They are”.

a) Fish=$1,65

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b) Potatoes=$3,45

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c) Onions=$1,15

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d) Ice-cream=$1,30

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4.- Complete the dialog with the most suitable words.

A: ..............................................

B: ....................... morning. Can I have a....................................,


please?

A: Sure. ............................. ..................................?

B: No, ..........................

A: It ................... one dollar....................... ...........................


....................., please.

B: ...................... you ...................

A: Thank you.

5.- Put the words in order to make meaningful sentences.

a) Like-fish-meat-prefer-I-don’t-I

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b) Dollar-and-is-one-cents-it-five-fifty

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c) Are-potatoes?-two-how-dollars-much-are-they

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d) Doesn’t-like-Peter-milk-yoghurt-but-likes-he

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This test was intended to finish unit 1: “What do I do for living”

Written test.

Name:…………………………………….Date:……………………………

I.- Read the conversation carefully. Then answer the questions.

Mr. Lawson: Hello, Jackson. Good to see you. Please sit down.

Peter Jackson: Thank you.

Mr. Lawson: Now, what can I do for you?.

Peter Jackson: I’d like to apply for a job.

Mr. Lawson: Are you unemployed?

Peter Jackson: No, but I want to leave my present job, because they don’t pay
me enough.

Mr. Lawson: Well, salaries in this company are not good enough. But fill out
this application form. May be we have something for you.

1.- What does Peter Jackson want?

..............................................................................................

2.- Is Mr. Lawson unemployed?

..............................................................................................

3.- Who wants to leave his job? Why?

..............................................................................................

4.- Who has to fill out the application form? Why

..............................................................................................

II.- Answer the following questions.

1.- What do you do?

..............................................................................................

2.- Where do you work?

..............................................................................................

3.- How do you get to work?

..............................................................................................

4.- What time do you start work?

..............................................................................................

5.- Why do you like your job?

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III.- Put the number to the workplaces.

......Theater ......Plane ......Department store

......Hospital ......House ......Hotel

......Bus ......Post office ......Garage

......Police station ......Nightclub

1.- Flight attendant 6.- Actress

2.- Housewife 7.- Police officer

3.- Saleswoman 8.- Nurse

4.- Mailman 9.- Porter

5.- Mechanic 10.- Bus driver

IV.- Choose the right words to complete the “cover letter”.

Interested – company – enough – experienced – general manager –


company – competencies – skills - doctor

“As an ............................ professional, I’m very ........................ in the position


of .......................... ............................. at the Ambrosoly .........................

I have ............................. experience in all of the ................................ you are


seeking.

I would love to put my ......................... to work in your .........................”

Rubric to evaluate speaking.

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