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WELCOME TO ENGLISH 2ND BACHILLERATO

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Beatriz Querol

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Transcript of WELCOME TO ENGLISH 2ND BACHILLERATO

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T = Training
U = You at the centre
Ideas
WELCOME TO ENGLISH 2ND BACHILLERATO
CARPE DIEM...
In memoriam (Robin Williams)
T = Test
Regular revision, recycling and evaluation of progress. Be willing to be corrected!
You are responsible for your learning
IN THE NEAR FUTURE...
Listening activity
Getting started (reading and vocabulary)
Pre-test on grammar
5 - 10 lines on your experience with English so far and your expectations for this course




U=


Use of English (20%): 2 grammar & vocabulary tests per term
Reading (20%): 1 reading test and 1 PAU exam per term
Writing (20%): 1 PAU exam and PORTFOLIO
Listening (20%): 2 listening tests per term
Speaking (20%): class work (10%) and 1 speaking test per term (10%)
IN ORDER TO LEARN ENGLISH
Learning English takes time (in & out of the classroom)
T= Time
A= Active involvement
"Tell me and I forget.
Show me and I remember.
Let me do and I understand."
Confucius
D = Developing your skills
E= English for communication
I = Interaction
ASSESMENT CRITERIA
You can learn from other learners:

Speaking
Grammar and vocabulary
"Frases asquerosas"
You, the learner, as the centre of the learning process

Lots of tools at your disposal (including the teacher!)
Try to be a better learner:

Be systematic working on your mistakes

Pay attention to the explanations in class
What CAN you DO in English?
Objective: improving your English, not just passing the PAU exam
YOU
NEED
A
GOOD
ATTITUDE
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