DIDACTIC UNIT TITLE: Peace and Nonviolence No.

of sessions: 10 JUSTIFICATION: Education for Peace and Nonviolence is necessary as values that p revail in our society, such as: violence, lack of solidarity, competitiveness, r acism .., will settling. Therefore we must consider the importance of non-violen ce in all its aspects. We intend to achieve develop attitudes such as solidarity , tolerance, respect, freedom, justice and equality. Becoming aware of situation s of social conflict and reflect critically "Peace begins just where ambition en ds" Edward Jong GOALS - Think and reflect on different aspects of peace, not war , but not only as a personal attitude in life . - Reflect upon texts, phrases, i mages on the subject and be able to argue his reflections. - Learn to respect th e ideas, opinions and contributions of other men / women in discussions and grou p work. - Learn to express orally and in writing. - Expand vocabulary with terms of the semantic field of peace. - Knowing how to find information, collect, sel ect and sort. CONTENTS - Field of Communication. Reading comprehension. Narratio n: The story. The debate and dialogue. Expansion of vocabulary. Science and Technology field. Resolution of problems through basic operations. B asic operation of the Internet. Social field. Social and Cultural Diversity METHODOLOGY. Taking into account the interests techniques and strategies are pri oritized active, thoughtful and flexible that motivate participation, analysis, implementation and reflection of the proposed activities. ACTIVITIES Activity presentation of the unit. Background activity. Comprehension activities . Activities analysis. Reflection activities. Research. Activities. Extracurricu lar activities. Group activities. Timing Teaching Unit will take place in 10 sessions. Quarter: Second. 2nd half o f January. CCTs. Self-esteem. Social skills. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES photos, thema tic plates, pencils, markers, cardstock. Screen, cannon, camera pictures, comput ers, DVDs, magazines, films, photocopier, waxes, continuous paper, paints, ... A TTENTION TO DIVERSITY It will motivate, stimulate and value over their learning unit, taking into acco unt their individual rhythms and adaptation activities. EVALUATION Evaluation cr iteria • Read and understand narrative text. • argues his thoughts orally respec ting the rest of the group. • Large vocabulary. • Solve problems with basic oper ations. • Recognizes the importance of peace attitudes. • Participate in the act ivities offered proactively. • Respect the right to speak, giving opinions and l istening to the rest of the group. • Collaborate and brings his knowledge with o ther men / women. • Understands the need to know other cultures accepting differ ences and recognize their values. • Adopt positive attitudes and understand conf lict resolution in non-aggressive. • Interested in learning new show motivation by new technologies. • Interacts well with their peers. Evaluation of our teachi ng - Motivation and involvement of students in the process and achievements. - A daptation of activities to students. - Achievement of the objectives and methodo logical approach. PROCEDURES, WAYS AND MEANS OF EVALUATION Direct observation (r egistration, student notebook / a. Self.