Seven Hills Primary Teachers Training: González Alonso, Jose Hurtado de Mendoza, Isidro COURSE: 2008/09 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Nests of Secondary Education which ran consideINTRODUCCIÓN essential for access to middle level vocational training. The area of Basic Training is geared toward s the integral formation of young people, providing basic instrumentation aspect s of (linguistic and mathematical) and socio-natural. This area is organized aro und two areas of expertise: To enable a general and comprehensive training of st udents to allow for active membership in the scientific-technological society, l inguistic and social scope, learning will arise, so that content and methodology suited to initial conditions and expectations of students, while respecting the basic training objeLa PCPI is a guide for access to intermediate training cycle s and towards active involvement with the procedures Emtivos Training and conten ts of different fields. Apply the principle of globalization, attending a flexib le design in the development of teaching units. For this, the basic training are a will claim that students are able to: Provide students with the acquisition and consolidation of instrumental skills and techniques that Ultimately Basic Tr aining has, as a starting point, the basic contents and instrumental stage of pr imary education and, as a goal, reach for the better implementation contecapacit en and learning workshop activities and therefore their subsequent performance. Provide the necessary knowledge and enable Page 2 of 47 OBJECTIVES ment and professional workshops. It also allows for the certification of ESO to pursue higher studies if desired. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 the acquisition of skills, techniques and skills for understanding, appreciation , respect and enjoyment of living with oneself and with others and their environ ment. Develop and promote the pleasure of reading. Acquire and consolidate the habit of study and organization of work and personal time. Develop communicat ion skills and effect of individual strategies, which is critical for understanding the level a t which the pupil initially. It is therefore advisable to carry out pre-screenin g tests and once identified these levels must respect the pace of work and learn ing. Methodology Group The group dynamics, collaborative work, drama groups, s ocial skills ... will be key to helping achieve a sense of group and cooperation necessary to adapt to future jobs that require cooperative work. empathize can relate to social and integrated into various social groups in their environm ent. To promote the spirit of collaboration and team participation and solidar ity with the working groups. METHODOLOGY

It is necessary to establish from the outset, relations and attraction of sympat hy (empathy) with young people The methodology used is based on the great general principles of education: to arrive to feel comfortable developing the various activities of basic trainin g. Interest Customization To maintain the curiosity and interest must be submitted content in an attractiv e and significant The heterogeneity of these groups involves placing students, so they represent: Page 3 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 An aid to facilitate the learning of a trade. An aid for future incorporatio n into the workplace. Something Useful to meet the needs that may be referred to as a citizen. Interdisciplinary ASSESSMENT AND RECOVERY GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF EVALUATION The evaluation will be ongoing, individualized and integrated. The evaluation wa s conducted according to three main stages: Initial assessment or formative assessment processual final or summative assessment In order to acquire content for support in the real environment and connecting a ctivities with other training areas The student will play an active role in building their knowledge, ask questions about various topics worked and that they give answers in a search process€selec tion and preparation of the information produced. ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES May be of several types depending on the characteristics of the group, but in an y case will be essential: Systematic observation that teachers should Prominence will be given to allowing students to develop, develop and expose his comrades before that knowledge or materials which are attractive. perform the work developed by the student. The contrast between the stated obj ectives and the level of knowledge skills and abilities adPágina 4 of 47 Quiros. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09

The student participation in teaching-learning process through individual self -assessment, group and large group. The motivation, willingness, effort, progr ess and other aspects of attitudinal origin are also important aspects to consid er during the evaluation. The school attendance. Page 5 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM pretos YEAR 2008-09 For a better understanding of them, cp. ANNEX I (paper made from the Order Ide ntify ways, shapes and solids, and some of their relations, knowing its elements and properties, for use in solving Use MATH a clear and precise mathematical language, to acquire the necessary skills and procedures that meet the common ne eds that allow them to function in our society. Develop and use estimation str ategies, calculation Appreciate and understand the role of mathematics in life , instrumental and functional value. Manage the basic operations and use them appropriately in situations and problems that require calculating basic operati ons and troubleshooting. Use the language to share feelings, opi Differentia te and use the main units of the metric system . Identifying and empleánniones a nd experience with tolerant attitudes towards others' views. Page 6 of 47 mental language and spatial orientation to solve problems in their environment. everyd ay practical problems. Understand and use basic techniques for data collection collect and represent information about events and situations in life. ECI/2755/2007 of 31 July. dolas on measurement, expressing the data and interIES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Understand oral and written discourses, interpreting them with a critical atti tude. Acquiring care habits, hygiene and physical health. g habits and responsible. To acquire healthy eatin

To express orally and in writing in an appropriate and tailored to each situat ion. Manage the language as a tool for the acquisition of new learning. Use the grammar and spelling properly. To know and value the social, cultural and Use reading as a source of information and pleasure. Combine verbal and nonv erbal (body language) to communicate and understand messages. Understand and e valuate the features of the Earth as our planet. Interpret maps and graphs and numerical scales. SOCIO-NATURAL Respect customs, traditions, etc. Knowledge of other cultural characteristics and potential of the human body. Appreciate the progress of man through his whole page 7 of 47 ras or civilizations. histor ical surroundings and try to extrapolate or compare with external environments. Enjoy and respect the environment, assuming responsibility for their conservat ion. To know the natural environment and actively participate in conservation. SEVEN HILLS IES history.

PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Identify and locate in time and space processes and relevant historical events . Search, select, understand and relate verbal information, graphics, icons, s tatistics and mapping, from various sources, to treat it in accordance with the intended purpose and communicate it to others in an organized and intelligible. Understand and appreciate the geographical diversity of Spain. Locate geogra phically and politically to Spain in Europe and worldwide. Know and respect th e natural resources and the dangers of non-conservation, with special attention to recycling and care of the environment. Page 8 of 47 IES CONTAINED SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Speaking. Express your thoughts through the proper use of the word. DELAY FIRST QUARTER MATH numbers: natural,€integers, fractions and decimals. Rea ding, management, and writing the different numbers. The operations and basic pr oblems of calculation. Improving literacy and management of the decimal system a nd its application in basic arithmetic of everyday life. Use Roman numerals in m ost everyday uses. Automation and implementation of basic operations and problem solving simple real life. Interest in knowledge of numbers and operations. Understand oral texts and summarize them. Understand and interpret the different messages critical that occur through oral communication. Interest in participat ing in an orderly manner in oral communication situations (debates, meetings, di alogues, etc.). SOCIO-NATURAL health and disease. Understanding issues related to health educati on (nutrition, hygiene, affective-sexual education, etc.).. Reflection on body c hanges. Classification of human sexuality and its complexity. Organization and p articipation in leisure activities and LANGUAGE comprehension of spoken language. Language, language and jargon. leisure time alternatives to drug use. Acceptance and respect of the body and th at of others. Acquire positive attitudes about health education body, such as ea ting habits, hygiene, Page 9 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 prevention, etc. conducive to individual and social climate healthy. SECOND QUAR TER MATH Using the main units of measurement. Geometry. Spatial orientation: int erpretation of simple planes and basic topological notions. Performing measureme nts with different measuring devices. Easily handle the different units of time. Drawing elements. Being able to build and use drawings and sketches in their da ily lives and understand the visual language of these. Using various strategies to reach the resolution of problems in the workshop. Increased self-confidence t o deal with problems and calculations in situations around you. LANGUAGE correct

reading and interpretation of written texts. Basic development work of other techniques. Interest and taste for reading. Resp ect and concern for the views different from their own. Mechanics of reading and writing. Express their ideas through oral and written language. Understanding o f journalistic texts and media. Understanding of short literary texts. Text type s: narrative, description, dialogue and exposition. Spelling rules. The accentua tion. Spelling of speech. Word classes. The simple sentence. The parts of speech . Concordance. SOCIO-NATURAL eating habits. Sexuality. Development of balanced diets. Relations of eating habits. Analysis and comparison of different methods anticonPágina 10 of 47 SEVEN HILLS IES contraceptives. PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM mental calculation. Using YEAR 2008-09 Assessment of the affective dimension - sexual. Knowing the problems of their en vironment and do something to preserve nature. Learn more involved in the defens e and conservation of the environment. Learn the operation of local councils: pe rformance and participation in them as citizens. Meet the European Union. The ma terials and energy systems. Physical characteristics of the land. Typical ecosys tems of the Autonomous City of Ceuta. Geo-economic and cultural Spain, Europe an d the world. Most prominent physical features (topography, climate, water and bi o-geographical elements) that make up the big planet's natural resources, with s pecial reference to Spain. calculators simple for perform numerical calculations. Use of different basic and elementary procedures for pro portional calculations. Calculate, measure and properly use the spatial paramete rs. Learn to generate and interpret statistical data and graphical representatio ns: bar charts, sectors, etc. Valuation accuracy and order in the presentation o f a job. Collaboration with others in teamwork when solving problems. Using new technologies in information collection and its graphical representation. LANGUAGE The language of the body. THIRD QUARTER MATH estimates and approximations. Rounding techniques. The image, color and sound. Analysis of attitudes expressed through gestures, po ses, movements ... Assessment of verbal and nonverbal languages. Page 11 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM in Spain. YEAR 2008-09 Interest in different types of music as an alternative to oral expression.€Learn to use and interpret critically the various media. Take pleasure of reading, to

be informed about the topics that interest you, what is happening around them. Structure of the word. Word formation. Polysemy, homonyms, synonyms, antonyms. S OCIO-NATURAL Changes in the environment. Environment: use and enjoyment. Discove r the possibilities of free time. Sensitivity and respect for landscape conserva tion and concern for preserving the immediate environment. Analysis of factors a nd activities that degrade the physical environment. Sensitivity to environmenta l conservation. Knowledge of their city and their country, located within Europe and the world. Location in time and space periods and important facts and relev ant historical processes, identifying the historical time in the world, in Europ e and EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND For this course are planned several visits to shops and companies in the area, w hose activities are directly related to the contents that are taught in this cou rse of PCPI. However, teachers of these students consider the possibility of oth er outlets, also linked to the capacity for improvement and hard work ultimately exits with an important humanistic component. CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA procedure s and attitudes: 60% Concepts: 40% Page 12 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 ANNEX I Page 13 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 OBJECTIVES OF THE GENERAL TRAINING MODULE democratic, full and active through the responsible exercise of their basic righ ts and obligations within the family, community and workplace. 1. Develop a level of understanding and speaking and writing in proper Castilian language to communicate, function socially, perform the office and access the i nformation they need in their daily lives. 2. Develop appropriate level of mathe matical competence to function in society, play the office, access the informati on they need in their daily lives and manage their financial resources. 3. Knowi ng the fundamental characteristics of their physical, social and cultural develo pment and the possibilities of action in it. 4. Develop the criteria, attitudes and values that enable them to feel capable, to live successfully in a pluralist ic and diverse society, and to exercise citizenship 5. Develop the knowledge, attitudes, values, habits and routines to facilitate t heir social and labor to find employment in the trade in which they are trained, fit the basic requirements of the work environment, job retention and promotion . 6. Properly use the technological means for searching, processing and presenta tion of information necessary for the development of their needs and personal, s ocial and professional. 7. Develop skills that help them formulate and pursue a successful personal life plan and in line with their interests and needs. 8. Int

erests to develop successful and healthy enjoyment of leisure time, according to their interests and motivations. Page 14 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM co. YEAR 2008-09 I. Basic instrumental learning Module Specific Objectives 1. Develop a level of understanding and speaking and writing in proper Castilian language to communicate, function in society, to fulfill the office and access the information they need in their daily lives. 8. Develop attitudes and skills to search, collect and interpret information, es pecially professionally in various media and sources, and to make decisions. 9. Learning to pose problems and contrast to make conjectures or hypotheses (tentat ive solutions) in real life contexts, training and work. 10. Learning to work by objectives and projects. 2. Fluent, security and easily, to communicate thoughts, intentions, feelings, a ctions and learning. 3. Understanding and processes, techniques and characterist ics of the tasks of the trade, and materials and equipment used at work. 4. Unde rstand and produce texts commonly used in personal, social work and using the ap propriate vocabulary to describe what is driving, do, learn and feel. 5. Underst and oral and written instructions. 6. Be aware of the task, plan and evaluate it s implementation using criteria of quality and efficiency. 7. Develop powers of observation and thought crítiPágina 15 47 12. Solve problems of everyday life an d work,€that involve the use or production of: basic operations of calculation, measurements, fractions, proportions, estimates and geometric skills, being able to apply to situations of everyday life and work. 11. Using information technol ogy and communication to learn, communicate, learn and help at work. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 I. Basic instrumental learning module CONTENT BLOCK 1.1 Oral and written: Listen and read: Comprehensive reading text on paper or digital, recognizing the different commun icative intentions as counting, solicit, advertise, claim, etc. in a variety of texts (letters, rules, notices, news, information or explanations) with fluency, intonation and rhythm appropriate. Using the reading mode suitable to the task required (general, detailed, data search). Formulation of hypotheses about the i ntent and content of a text from paratextual textual evidence. Identification of the organization of ideas in texts with different intentions (comprehension, ac cording to the text, main idea and supporting ideas, locating specific informati on, use of textual connectors). Recognition of the communicative purpose (inform , describe, instruct, advertise.), The elements of communication (transmitter, r eceiver, message, channel, code, etc..) And status as determinants of communicat ive exchanges . Reading comprehension of different types according to the channe l used, recognizing the significant differences between oral and written communi cation between colloquial and formal applications being aware of ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Search, find and select relevant specific information or ideas in simple text (narrative, expository, descriptive, informative, argumentative) and performs a

variety of texts direct inferences, determining its main purposes. 2. Captures the overall meaning and identifies specific information and recognizes the main and secondary ideas in oral texts varied cast communication in different situati ons and for different purposes. 3. Describe orally and in writing, objects, peop le, situations, processes and places, in a structured manner, reflecting its maj or features (distinguishing the substance of the accessory), and used correctly, both orally and in writing, the basic terminology of their own professional fie ld in real situations. 4. It states clearly and ordered their own ideas, page 16 of 47 1 Basic language skills for understanding, expression, communication and performan ce of the trade. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 communicative situations that are appropriate. Comprehension of texts on paper a nd digital, with different communicative intentions to integrate the use of verb al and nonverbal as fonts, graphics, diagrams and other illustrations. Understan ding own oral and written texts of situations of social relationships, commonly used in daily life and at work (emails, letters and personal, oral presentations , claims, instances, applications, etc.).. Understand oral and written texts to learn and learn, commonly used in daily life and at work (descriptions, summarie s, brochures, schematics, news and reports, etc.).. Reading comprehension. oral and written to provide job placement (letters, questionnaires, surveys, curricul um vitae, correspondence, instructions, letters of introduction of products or s ervices, budgets, invoices, receipts, circulars, parts of incidents, processes, techniques and features the tasks of the trade, etc.).. Reflective and critical attitude with respect to the information available, and to the messages that inv olve any kind of discrimination. feelings and opinions, and understand the possibilities and limitations of the c ontext in which it is expressed. 5. Listen with attention and intention to under stand, asking about anything that understands and respects the basic rules of co mmunicative exchange (turn of speech, tone of voice, posture and appropriate ges tures). 6. Resume oral and written facts, information, views and arguments expre ssed in conversation, briefing, debate, written text (printed or digital), film, etc.., Showing that the main difference from the secondary, which identifies th e intentions of the issuers, and provides his personal opinion. 7. Applies ideas and knowledge gained meDiante reading of a text or listening to an oral presentation (in class,€debate, conversation, etc..) specific tasks for the oral and written communication. 8. Write properly texts (letters, memos, invoices, quotes, advertisements, resumes, correPágina 17 of 47 1.2 Speaking and written composition: talk, talk and write: Active participation in communication situations specific to the workplace (requ est for clarification IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09

to an instruction, interviews, exchange of views, etc..) and characteristic of t he social field, especially to promote coexistence (debates or conflicts), valui ng and respecting the rules governing oral interaction (turns of speech, differe nt roles in the exchange, tone of voice, posture and appropriate gestures). Reco gnition of the importance of communication objectives from the development of or al and written messages such as reporting, claim, request, explain or argue. Use in the written productions of graphics and paratextual: typography, illustratio ns, charts and tables. Using guided procedures for planning, preparation and pro ofreading. Composition of various texts on paper and digital, recognizing the si gnificant differences between oral and written communication between colloquial and formal applications, and using the registry as required by the communicative situation (comics, posters and brochures, instructions, rules, etc. .) Composit ion of oral and written texts themselves from situations of social relation, com monly used in daily life and at work (ads, emails are electronic, and personal l etters, oral presentations, claims, instances, applications, etc. ), from models . Composition of oral and written texts to learn and learn, commonly used in dai ly life and at work (descriptions, explanations, I e, etc.) necessary to communicate with others and with businesses and institut ions relevant to their lives, using the proper steps in the production process o f a writing (planning, writing the text, review). 9. Demonstrates value to the r eading as a source of information, learning and enjoyment and uses it in differe nt situations: use with progressive autonomy and personal initiative the diction ary, see manuals, brochures, Internet and other papers or information resources or training to meet the challenge, contrasting information and make decisions. 1 0. Understand and use words and express orally sions in English that appear on signs, posters and technological environments of their personal, social and professional. Page 18 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 summaries, brochures, charts, news and interviews.) from models. Composition of oral and written texts that facilitate job placement (letters of intent, product s or services, questionnaires, surveys, curriculum vitae, statements, budgets, i nvoices, receipts, circulars, parts of incidents, etc..), From models. Scheduled use of information technologies and communication, dictionaries, spell checkers and libraries for information, support and models for the composition. Use of o ral and written language to become aware of the knowledge, ideas and feelings of self and others and to regulate their own behavior, using respectful language a nd non-discriminatory. Interest expressed orally with appropriate pronunciation and intonation. Interest in the care and presentation of written materials and a dequacy of its own productions to the spelling rules, appreciating its value for communication and social inclusion. 1.3 Know and reflection on the use of language: Recognition of narrative structures, instructional, descriptive, explanatory and argumentative to understand and produce texts. Recognition and consistent use o f names, determiners, adjectives, verbs, regular and irrePágina 19 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM

YEAR 2008-09 lar usual: nominal and verbal agreement. Using sentences processing mechanisms d irect indirect active and passive vice versa, for the understanding and composit ion of oral and written texts in common use. Knowledge of the methods of prayer and the ways of the verb to express the intentions of the speakers. Using links between sentences to express purpose, cause, consequence, condition, adversity, concession duration., In relation to the composition of texts. Recognition of th e relationships between words in the form (lexical families, bending,€derivation , composition, acronyms) and meaning (synonyms, antonyms, hyperons and semantic fields), in relation to the understanding and composition of texts. Misuse of th e basic terminology of the scope of their own professional performance. Knowledg e of basic language structures commonly used English texts and contexts present in labor, leisure and information technology and communication. Page 20 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 I. Basic instrumental learning module CONTENT BLOCK 2.1 What common: 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Reads, writes and arranges different types of numbers (natural, integers, fracti ons and decimals to hundredths) by simple numerical operations and calculations using different procedures. Use decimal numbers, simple fractions and percentage s, establishing equivalences between them, to interpret and exchange information in everyday life contexts and craft (calculation of VAT implementation of budge ts, performance of mixtures of substances, distribution of costs and potential i ncome, etc..). Choose between the units and measuring instruments most common, b est suited to the case, making estimates, expressed with precision measurements of length, area, mass, capacity, volume and time. Uses the elementary geometric notions (symmetry, parallelism, squareness, perimeter, area.) To describe and un derstand situations of everyday life. Make and interpret a spatial representatio n (sketch of an itinerary, map of homes and models) against the family objects t o deal with real situations in their daily lives and work. Using maps of the nei ghborhood and the town, as well as transport of page 21 of 47 2 Basic mathematical skills for understanding, personal development and performanc e of the trade Using simple strategies and techniques (identification, planning, making conject ures, developing, testing) in solving problems of everyday life of the craft to IM2. procedure involving the application of mathematical tools. Verbal expressio n of the procedure to be followed (description, expression, representation, use of appropriate vocabulary) in the resolution of problems. Interpretation of mess ages that contain information on quantities and measurements or element-3. cough or spatial relationships. Confidence in their own capabilities to deal with pro blems, understanding of mathematical relationships and making decisions based on them. Valid reasoning processes and taste for pre-April. shear. Perseverance an d flexibility in finding solutions to problems. Using technology tools to facili tate the calculations of numeric type, functional representations and understand ing of geometric properties.

5. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM it. YEAR 2008-09 2.2 Number and Operations Natural numbers. Script and place value. 6. Order and relationships between numb ers. Basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). Usin g the properties of operations in July. to expedite the calculation. Hierarchy o f operations. Application to real situations. Use and understanding of fractiona l numbers expressing quantities in meaningful contexts. Recognition of equivalen t fractions. To the hundredth decimal numbers in meaningful contexts. Operations with decimal numbers. 8. Use and contrast different models of equivalence betwe en fractions, decimals and percentages. The per cent. Practical strategies for c alculating percentages. Calculation of VAT. Discounts. Estimate. Rounding. Perso nal Strategies for calculation. Contrast results. The square and cube of a numbe r. Interpretation of negative numbers in context 9. real cough. Examples of its use. Using the calculator and ICT. 10. Make, read and interpret simple graphical representations of a set of data on th e immediate environment. Difference between subjective and objective value that things have for various reasons (personal, social or labor), the price they have on the market. Manages expensive and cheap concepts according to different crit eria (absolute and relative). Make simple budgets and financial accounts (income and expenses), relating to small business and the family economy. In a context of simple problem solving, anticipating a reasonable solution and look for the m ost appropriate mathematical procedures to address the process of resolution. Pe rsevere in the pursuit of data and accurate solutions,€both in the formulation a nd the resolution of a problem. Is orderly and clear the data and operations in solving problems. Interpret and represent mathematical processes and outcomes us ing words, symbols, graphics and tools. Build math skills from situations where it makes sense experience, sense, or make abstractions relate concepts and from this, derive, interpret and generate information with mathematical content. 2.3 The measure: Understanding the measurement system. Frequently used units of length, mass, vol ume, area, volume and time. Equivalents Page 22 of 47 SEVEN HILLS IES between units. PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Measuring instruments in everyday life and professional. Reading and interpretat ion of measurements. Approximations. Monetary system. Value and price, how to or ganize income and expenses. 2.4 Geometry: The position in space. Parallel and perpendicular. Measurement of angles. The to pographical context: use of scales on maps, drawings and models, calculation of actual measurements. Reference systems. Flat shapes and space. Polygons and soli ds. Classifications. Use of appropriate tools for their representation. Analysis of the characteristics of symmetry, rotations and translations of geometric fig ures. Description of the transformations using distances, angles and directions.

Analysis of the relationship between figures of two and three dimensions and pr operties that define them. Calculate distance, perimeter, area and volume, in si mple situations and work-related. Application of geometric concepts and models t o solve problems. 2.5 Data processing: Page 23 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Forms of representing information. Tables and graphs. Exploration and identifica tion of dependence between variables in meaningful contexts. Modelling, contrast and analogy of situations by graphical methods. Page 24 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 I. Basic instrumental learning module CONTENT BLOCK 1. Awareness of one's own cog-2 capabilities. nitive basic (attention, memory, t hinking, etc.), emotions, and causes of motivation and demotivation. Awareness o f the task and planning, with autonomy 3. or together, the sequence of actions r equired for its realization. Self-evaluation of the work done using criteria of difficulty, quality and efficiency. Systematic observation guided by criteria. S earch and selection of information from different sources on the task and the ba sic personal needs. Approach problems, formulation of tentative solutions and co ntrast. Making decisions with incomplete information. Perception of changes as o pportunities. Work objectives and projects. Implementation of the information, k nowledge and technology to solving basic problems of everyday life and professio n. 4. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Explains the criteria used to make observations on the activities and tasks. Exp lain the situations where getting sustained attention, and which is able to memo rize what you are interested. Explain what motivates or de-motivates you and why . Raises the problems and tasks (work or personal) that are presented, identifyi ng key elements and challenges, formulating tentative solutions, seeking resourc es and support needed and affordable, and make decisions to resolve them. In thi s regard, will evaluate whether it is aware of the sequence of actions necessary for the completion of the task rushing, and his difficulty with self-planning a nd collaboration, the sequence of actions that require the completion of a task, looking for and selected with autonomy and collaboration, the information you n eed to do the job and meet their basic personal needs using various sources (tea chers, individuals and institutions in the environment, written text, graphics, internet, social services, etc.) checks understanding information and messages. Organize your work and leisure being marked and achievable objectives, and contr olling the inappropriate pressures or environmental situations soPágina 25 of 47 3 Strategies and learning skills IES SEVEN HILLS

PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM cial. 5. 6. YEAR 2008-09 Apply what you learn to solving problems of everyday life and profession. Critic ally assesses their work and behavior by using criteria of difficulty, quality,€ efficiency, respect or other valid criteria for the working and living arrangeme nts, and undertake specific targets for improvement. Explains attributing their successes and failures to objective situations and appreciating their share of r esponsibility for them (in addition to that attributable to other factors), prop osing objectives consistent with their possibilities and planning improvement ac tions. 7. Page 26 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 I. Basic instrumental learning module CONTENT BLOCK 1. Basics of operating system: hardware basics, types of software, networks. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Recognizes the basic elements of computer and its functions, know the terminolog y and use the operating system core utilities (on and off the computer, disk sca ns, copies and running programs.) And has basic knowledge on maintenance and saf ety equipment (antivirus) and installation of peripherals. Manages key elements of a word processor (type and font size, margins, copying, spelling.) For writin g documents, if any, need in your personal life and work, by printing at the end . Learn the techniques and basic tools for research, evaluation and selection of information through the Internet and selected with a critical eye. It is capabl e of copying on the Internet images, documents and files in digital format. Mana ge e-mail to send and receive messages and manage your email account. 4 Digital literacy. Basic management of a computer: file management. Management of a word processor. Preparation of 2. documents. Internet Utilities: information, communication, le arning and collaboration. Seekers. E-mail. The transmission of files. The web au thor. 3. Concepts, procedures and basic attitudes to learn, communicate, learn, collaborate and help at work using ICT reflective and critical manner. 4. Page 27 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 II. Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship Specific objecti ves: 1. Develop knowledge of himself and gain confidence in their ability and motivat ion to keep progressing personally and professionally, taking an active role pla

yer in that progress. 2. Develop values and attitudes that increase self-esteem. 3. Learning to talk to understand, reach agreements and make decisions. 4. Anal yze and understand different points of view and put yourself in the other. 5. Le arning to express one's feelings, attitudes, desires, opinions or rights in a ma nner appropriate to the situation (social or occupational functioning), and with respect for others. 6. Learning to solve immediate problems thoughtfully, so as to avoid the creation of new or future problems. 7. Know and appreciate democra tic values, using them to resolve dilemmas and conflicts of daily life in a dial ogue. 8. Understand, appreciate, respect and develop democratic norms of cohabit ation in place covering rights and individual and collective duties. 9. Particip ate actively and democratically. 10. Be aware and take responsibility for their own actions. 11. Know, understand and respect the cultural identity of its own a nd others, learning to live with respect and tolerance. 12. Know, understand and respect differences between people, equal rights and opportunities of men and w omen, and non-discrimination against people with disabilities or other differenc es. 13. Know the institutions and basic social services in their community, and know to use them when needed. 14. Critically analyze the social media content in formation and communication in common use. 15. Understanding the value of person al commitment to improving community life. Page 28 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 16. Knowing and understanding the basics of operation of the body and relate the m to individual and collective health. 17. Rate hygiene and health and develop h ealthy living habits. 18. Know and analyze the features and basic mechanisms of the physical environment, with special reference to the environment. 19. Underst and the interaction established between living creatures and the environment, an d assess the impact of human action sober environmental balance and sustainable development. 20. Identify, consider an d resolve questions and problems associated with significant elements of the phy sical environment. 21. Planning goals and develop a personal life plan in accord ance with their interests,€possibilities and needs. Page 29 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 II. Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship CONTENT BLOCK 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Accept and take care of your personal appearance, and is interested and become a ware of how others perceive you. Knows and describes its core capabilities, and relies on them to carry out its objectives. She values himself, and proposes rea listic targets for improvement. Is aware of their own desires, opinions and valu es and personal attitudes of their coexistence. Understand and explain their emo tions, regulating them as appropriate for interpersonal relationships. It is tru thful and honest person in the exposition and justification of their own ideas, feelings and actions as expressed respect for others and himself. It is able to criticize with respect and to receive criticism without getting angry. It is abl e to say no appropriately when you want, labor relations, in relations with the

opposite sex with authority figures, consumption, etc. It is able to defend thei r ideas, interests and feelings, and does so in a respectful and appropriate to the situation. Page 30 of 47 Personal identity and self-knowledge. 2. 1 Personal maturity and basic social skills. Self-esteem and confidence. The appropriate expression of feelings and emotions. Self-regulation. 3. Empathy: putting yourself in the other; understanding of different points of vie w. 4. Assertiveness in peer relations with the opposite sex and in relationships with authority figures. Making and receiving criticism, how to say 'no' 5. prop erly, make decisions with autonomy and its own criteria. Dialogue as a process o f understanding, agreement, decision making and conflict resolution. 6. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 7. 8. Identifies and uses the skills that enable dialogue in conflict situations. Part icipate in situations of dialogue and debate, demonstrating an ability to listen and respect different opinions, in order to understand other points of view but not share them. Usually resorts to dialogue to understand the situations, reach agreements, make decisions and resolve conflicts. Page 31 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 II. BLOCK Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship CONTENTS 1. Human rights. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Learn About Human Rights and is capable of explaining the basic obligations and respect to exercise behavior in everyday situations, and how they relate to the democratic system. Identify key democratic values (justice, fairness, freedom, r esponsibility, solidarity, non-violence, participation.) And explains what const itutes values, identifying the counter for their negative impact on his life and coexistence. Observe and describe the actual behavior in different areas of soc ialization (family, school, peers, work). Explains who would like to modify thei r own behavior, and dialogue about why and how these new behaviors that would li ke to maintain in the future. Participates with confidence in group activities ( school, work or leisure), striving to understand the different interests and poi

nts of view, assuming its responsibilities as a member of the group, and negotia ting solutions to conflicts of interest. Join with colleagues from the Centre in the development of democratic standards of living and working conditions, and m eets Page 32 of 47 2 Development of democratic values and moral criteria. Democracy and citizenship. Rights and duties of citizens. Universally accepted d emocratic values. Development of ethical criteria from democratic values: active , responsible and democratic, meeting the needs and desires by appropriate means and with respect to the 2. other, resolution of ethical conflicts in everyday l ife and work, negotiation and peaceful conflict resolution, equality between men and women. Critical analysis of social problems (unemployment, poverty, gender violence, violence in sports, peer harassment, war, terrorism, emigration 3. Tio n / immigration, natural and environmental disasters, racism and xenophobia). Th e personal commitment. Basics of the Spanish Constitution. 4. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 voluntarily with confidence. Appreciates and knows how to explain the meaning an d usefulness of the rules of democratic coexistence. 5.€Identify critical behavi ors in everyday life and situations that constitute a conflict of values. Analyz es and adequately address known situations in which there is a conflict of value s (on his personal life and his work): collects and uses the information necessa ry to understand, considering its complexity, identifies and critically examines the positions of the various parties to a conflict of values, trying to put in place to understand, a reasoned consideration of the rights and duties of each; explores reasons and argues his position with autonomy and personal opinion on c ertain conflicts of values in everyday situations and labor incorporated with pr ogressive autonomy of democratic values to raise the problems (of coexistence, r elationships with the opposite sex, environmental, labor, etc.). and to seek a c onsensual manner and through dialogue with the best solutions to them, so as to uphold freedom and rights of all. Critically analyze the origin of certain preju dices and negative social attitudes (racism, sexism, homophobia, gender violence , harassment among peers ...) and welcomes the diversity of people's surrounding s, identifying situations of unjust discrimination which do not respect their de rePágina 33 47 6. 7. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 rights and freedoms. 8. Are informed and care about the problems and needs of pe ople in their immediate environment. Demonstrates commitment to the improvement of living together in their family, school and work. Meet the existence of the S panish Constitution as a guarantee of rights, freedoms and obligations of citize ns and the functioning of institutions.

9. Page 34 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 II. BLOCK Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship CONTENTS 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Know the basic characteristics of the community where he lives: public instituti ons, major towns, productive sectors and those prevailing to facilitate their pe rsonal development. Identifies and critically assesses the main features and exp ressions of culture (language, art, values, etc.) Spanish State, the Autonomous Community and the town where he lives, and, where appropriate, their culture of origin. Recognizes and argues for its right of self and others to express and pr eserve their own culture, in the framework of respect for democratic coexistence . Identifies and locates those institutions, basic social services (health, educ ation, employment, leisure), and support networks of their closest community, wh ich can turn for information, guidance and assistance in resolving their needs a nd problems personal and work. Tries: a) the activities of the various health an d counseling services in your area on prevention and rehabilitation related to e ating disorders, drug use, sexually transmitted diseases, etc., B) guidance offi ces and employment; c) Schools and educational services and leisure more inPágin a 35 of 47 3 Culture, society and community resources. Key features of their social environment 2. and cultural, and possibilities of a ction in it. Features and expressions of culture. Right to own culture within th e framework of democracy and intercultural coexistence. Institutions, basic soci al resources and support networks of the community. Social media information and communication 3. tion (TV, Internet, radio, press). Consumer education: respons ible consumption. Advertising. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 terest. 4. Use critically the principal means of information and communication ( TV, Internet, radio, press) in the activities at the center used as sources of i nformation (Internet, radio, TV and press), communication (Internet) and for sea rch active employment (Internet and print). It incorporates and gradually transf erred this learning to their daily lives. As part of activities at the center, i s capable of performing a critical analysis and counter values explicit and impl icit in advertising, using as criteria for democratic values (gender equality, r espect for the environment, solidarity, responsibility personal, accuracy, etc.) .. It analyzes actions of everyday life from the perspective of responsible cons umption.

5. Page 36 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 II. BLOCK Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship CONTENTS The inner workings of the human body: anatomy and physiology.€Devices and system s. Nutrition (respiratory, digestive, circulatory and excretory systems). The re productive system. The ratio (sense organs, nervous system). Basic elements of t he environment in which life unfolds: flora and fauna. Geographical features. Th e relief. Climate. 3. Knowledge of material and energy needed to function and wo rk: Recognition and classification of some materials by their properties: hardne ss, solubility, points of change of state, thermal conductivity-4. ca. Propertie s of commonly used materials and their behavior towards the light, sound, heat, moisture and electricity. Human action in the environment: environmental balance and imbalance. 5. 2. 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Identifies and locates the vital organs of human body related to the correspondi ng function, and establishes relations between these functions and eating habits , hygiene, rest and general health. Identify characteristics of animals and plan ts representative of their surroundings, especially those for food consumption a nd leisure-related charge, and apply your knowledge on reproduction, feeding and traveling. Use basic geographical knowledge (on relief, climate, human activiti es, population.) In their area for information when needed, perform better and t o establish similarities and differences with other areas. Relate energy sources and operators that make or transmitted and is able to communicate the behavior of some bodies to light, electricity, magnetism, heat and sound (always in relat ion to everyday life and performance officio). Identify the main uses we make of natural resources and demonstrates a practical way to understand the importance of the involvement of 47 Page 37 4 Physical world and environmental education. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Respect for and preservation of the environment. Responsible use of resources. S ustainable development. The value of science and technology. 6. human modification or environmental conservation. Analyze the consequences of in appropriate use of the physical environment and natural resources and identifies in his daily life behaviors and situations that may be harmful to the environme nt and sustainable development. Acquired habits of responsible development their physical environment. Page 38 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS

PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 II. BLOCK Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship CONTENTS Health: holistic concept of health: physical and psychological. Individual and c ollective perspective. 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Identify everyday situations of health risk related to food (up and down), exami nes their eating habits, arguing those specific changes that should take to have a healthier diet. Know and explain the negative health effects and coexistence of harmful substance use (snuff, alcohol and drugs of various kinds), and identi fies the personal and social situations that encourage consumption and those tha t help prevent and control these situations. Respects school rules regarding the absence of consumption of substances harmful to health (snuff, alcohol and drug s). Identifies the everyday situations of health risk related to sexual relation s (forms of contracting and spreading sexually transmitted diseases) as well as habits and prevention. Know and explain the risk and prevention of unwanted preg nancies. Find services and health resources in their community, their activities and uses them page 39 of 47 5 Education for individual and collective health. Situations of risk to health. Healthy Eating: Food and balanced enough. Eating d isorders. The importance of sleep and rest. Addiction Prevention and Rehabilitat ion: Drugs and adverse effects on mental health 3. just physical, and coexistenc e. Dependence. Legal aspects. Assertiveness and responsibility. Prevention and c essation resources. Sexual and reproductive education: Assertiveness, affection, responsibility, sensitivity and respect in sexual relationships, sexually trans mitted diseases. Con5 routes. 6. 4. 2. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 contagion. Prevention measures. Pregnancy. Measures to prevent preg-7. ZoS unwan ted. Psychological health. Factors that promote psychological balance.€Most comm on psychological problems and support services. Driver Education: Basic rules fo r responsible driving. Pedestrian safety. The driver's license. Types of permits . Requirements and facilities for their production. The influence of advertising and group pressure in the habits of individual and collective health. Resources and community health services. when needed. He argues and manages the main driver education standards to ensure their safety as a pedestrian and a driver, and the safety of others. Identifies the requirements for obtaining driving license, the types of licenses, their va lue to the profession, and the facilities available for collection. Page 40 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM

YEAR 2008-09 II. BLOCK Personal development module, sociocultural, and Citizenship CONTENTS 1. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Is aware of their interests and desires in relation to their emotional life, fam ily, work and hobbies, and puts them in relation to their present capabilities. Identify those who may have immediate gratification, and those for which you nee d to design a life plan in the short and medium term, reflecting choose, plan an d make decisions. Design Program along-with tutorial support and teaching staff, a project of living commensurate with their interests, capabilities and needs, distinguishing actions in the short to medium term, in relation to: Yo ur job options: continuation training and / or actively seeking employment. Her hobbies. His personal lifestyle (consumption, social relations, etc.).. Other as pects of life 6 The personal life project. Identification of desires and goals. Situation Analysis (weaknesses, threats, st rengths and opportunities). Planning short and medium term employment options. K eep learning. Personal life choices. Leisure. 2. Page 41 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 III. Socio-orientation module and the improvement and conservation of employabil ity Specific objectives: 1. Develop the attitudes, values, habits and routines to facilitate their social and labor to find employment commensurate with their training, interests and ne eds, satisfactory performance, fit the basic requirements of the workplace, job retention and promotion. Develop those skills and attitudes that help them formu late and pursue a successful professional life plan and in line with their inter ests and needs. Knowing the legal framework with respect to rights and duties of May. 6. 4. workers, working conditions and industrial relations in their professional field . Familiar with the characteristics and requirements of the trade in that form a nd identify the relationship between personal characteristics and professional r equirements. Knowing the relationships between training achieved in the program and the different occupational areas. Acquire habits of safety and health at wor k. Accepting responsibility for order and cleanliness in the place of study and work and care and repair of tools and work tools. Finding your way in the labor market, identifying potential sources of employment in the economic and social e nvironment. Develop personal initiative in relation to employment. 2. 7. 8. 3.

Page 42 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 III. Socio-orientation module and the improvement and conservation of employability BLOCK CONTENT 1. The meaning and value of work. The occupational identity. Knowledge of basic general requirements 2. performance of the trade. Attitudes and habits necessary for social and labor 3. getting and keeping a job: punctuality, responsibility, attention, concentration and perse4. verancia, autonomy and initiative in decis ion making, collaboration, giving and receiving instructions, assertiveness and respect, love of work in May. well done, order and cleanliness. Teamwork and pro ject. Planning of the task. 6. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Explain the importance of work in their own development and personal development . Values and seeks a qualified social and professional integration in the job ov er other options less valid for identity, self and professional development. Att ends the center regularly and on time, in accordance with schedules and commitme nts. Pay attention, and keeps the focus on individual and collective tasks. Deve lop individual and collective tasks with interest, proof and order. Demonstrates autonomy, personal initiative and responsibility in individual and collective t asks,€not be swayed by outside options and behaviors that harm or divert him fro m his own intentions. Plan your work and leisure time, and provides the sequence of actions has to undertake to achieve its objectives in the short to medium te rm. Identify personal and professional skills necessary to achieve the employmen t targets of 47 Page 43 1 Skills social and labor: attitudes and work habits. 7. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 proposed. 8. Take your knowledge and shows its worth in different practical situ ations. Page 44 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09

III. Socio-orientation module and the improvement and conservation of employability BLOCK CONTENT Basic rules. Rights and duties of tra-1. workers. 2. The value of personal and e mployability of the Trade: 3. how to get it, no loss and gain. Stable employment (in office) and occasional or casual. The sense of belonging to a professional association. Active Job Search: information sources; the curriculum, the job int erview. Self-promotion strategies. 4. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Interprets the rights and duties arising from employment. Identifies and explain s the ways to achieve, maintain and enhance their employability in the job. Iden tifies and successfully to the essential elements of the various forms of employ ment contract and differs in its basic characteristics. Knows and analyzes the c ollective agreement in its sector of professional activity, and identifies the b odies of worker representation in companies and their business. Identifies and a rgues the situations that may lead to the modification, suspension and terminati on of employment contract and examines the consequences of judicial work on case studies. Interprets the structure of wage and is able to perform simple wage st atements in official form. Design a plan of action to seek employment, 45 of 47 repaginate 2 Understanding labor market dynamics (related to Occupational Program) Methods of recruitment. Top 5. the most common features. Types of companies (in office). Employment Exchanges. Companies work placement agencies. The self-emplo yment (self). Cooperatives (in office). Promotion at work within the trade. 6. 7. IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 Salary. The receipt of wages. Payroll. The Social Security contribution. Labour mobility. Occupational training and permanent purpose and offer the community. P articipation of employees in the company. Changing suspension and termination of employment contract. Dismissal. Unemployment. cabando information on the means at its disposal (undertaken nd is able to make adjustments to be sent to different types lish an action plan for possible job interviews, taking into of communication verbal and nonverbal, providing answers to justifying the weaknesses of the curriculum ....) Page 46 of 47 IES SEVEN HILLS PCPI - BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM YEAR 2008-09 by the curriculum a of companies. Estab account the aspects possible questions,

III. Socio-orientation module and the improvement and conservation of employability BLOCK CONTENT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. 3 Occupational Health and Safety Occupational risk factors. Risk Control. Emergency measures and first aid. Explain and respects the rights and obligations of workers in the prevention of occupational hazards. Analyzes and respects the security measures and mandatory conditions in the workplace and interprets the meaning of safety signs. In simul ations of accidents at work, is able to indicate how to proceed when there are p eople injured. 2. 3. Page 47 of 47