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FORMATO PARA PLANIFICACIÓN POR DESTREZAS CON CRITERIOS DE DESEMPEÑO

LOGO INSTITUCIONAL NOMBRE DE LA INSTITUCIÓN AÑO LECTIVO


PLAN DE DESTREZAS CON CRITERIO DE DESEMPEÑO
1. DATOS INFORMATIVOS:
Docente: Nombre del docente que ingresa la Área/asignatura: Inglés Grado/Curso: Paralelo:
información
N.º de unidad de Título de unidad de planificación: Book: Next Move 4 Objetivos específicos de la unidad O.EFL 2.7 Appreciate the use
planificación: Unit 10 Japan de planificación: of English language through
O.EFL 2.1 Identify some main ideas spoken and written literary
and details of written texts, in order texts such as poems, rhymes,
to develop an approach of critical chants, riddles and songs, in
inquiry to written and oral texts. order to foster imagination,
curiosity and memory, while
O.EFL 2.4 Develop creative and critical developing a taste for
thinking skills to foster problem- literature.
solving and independent learning
using both spoken and written O.EFL 2.9 Be able to interact in
English. English in a simple way using
basic expressions and short
O.EFL 2.5 Use in-class library phrases in familiar contexts to
resources and explore the use of ICT satisfy needs of a concrete
to enrich competencies in the four type.
skills.

2. PLANIFICACIÓN
DESTREZAS CON CRITERIOS DE DESEMPEÑO A SER DESARROLLADAS: INDICADORES ESENCIALES DE EVALUACIÓN:
COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL AWARENESS COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL AWARENESS

EFL.2.1.3. Ask simple basic questions in class about the world beyond one’s own CE.EFL.2.1. Differentiate between different living situations in a variety of surroundings and
immediate environment in order to increase their understanding of different cultures. express curiosity about the world through simple questions.

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Lesson 7: Let’s Visit Japan


Learn about origami and geometrical shapes
Vocabulary: bottom, center, complex, corner, done, folding, frog, square, technique,
triangle, rectangle

Lesson 8
Make and present a paper object
Vocabulary: sequence adverbs

ORAL COMMUNICATION ORAL COMMUNICATION

EFL.2.2.4. Identify items of specific information within simple messages or from short CE.EFL.2.7. Listening for Information: Follow short and simple spoken texts that include familiar
and simple descriptions about familiar contexts, especially if visual support is provided. vocabulary and are set in everyday contexts. Identify key items of information within the text,
(Example: letters of the alphabet, numbers, prices and times, days, dates and months, and record or act upon them.
etc.)

Lesson 1
Learn vocabulary for accessories
Listen, point, and say
Vocabulary: camera, cellphone, glasses, keys, MP3 player, necklace, wallet, watch

Lesson 5
Talk about personal possessions
Listen, point, and say
Vocabulary: camera, cellphone, glasses, keys, MP3 player, necklace, wallet, watch

CE.EFL.2.8. Production - Pronunciation: Produce individual words and short phrases clearly
EFL.2.2.10 Clap, move, chant, or sing along with short authentic English language enough that other people can usually understand them easily.

text. (Example: jump or clap in time to jump-rope rhymes, do the actions to action
songs or short rhythmic poems, enunciating some of words in time with the rhythm,
etc.)

Lesson 3:

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Recognize and practice silent t


Listen to the chant
Vocabulary: castle, catch, listen, kitchen, watch, witch

Lesson 6
Ask and answer who things belong to
Song: Whose is this?
Grammar: Whose is this/that? Whose are these/those? It’s Tina’s. They’re my dad’s.

EFL.2.2.11. Produce simple, mainly isolated utterances using very short phrases and CE.EFL.2.9. Production - Fluency: Utterances are sometimes produced slowly but use
sometimes individual words, possibly with slow and/or hesitant delivery. (Example: appropriate words and phrases to express basic ideas, initiate conversations and
Words, phrases and short sentences about people, animals, things, etc.) respond to questions, including some chunks of language and short sentences

Lesson 2
Learn to ask and answer about ownership
Play a game
Grammar: Whose is it? Whose are they? It’s/They’re mine/yours/his/hers/ours/theirs

Lesson 5
Talk about personal possessions
Play a game.
Vocabulary: camera, cellphone, glasses, keys, MP3 player, necklace, wallet, watch

EFL.2.2.14. Ask and answer basic personal information questions, as well as simple CE.EFL.2.10. Interaction – Interpersonal: Participate effectively in basic interpersonal
questions about other people, animals, and possessions, provided the interaction is interactions in. everyday contexts, provided the interlocutor speaks slowly and clearly.
slow and clear. (Example: Where do you live? Do you have a bicycle? etc.) (Example: requesting, introducing, responding, etc.)

Lesson 1
Learn vocabulary for accessories
Answer the questions. Then ask a friend.
Vocabulary: camera, cellphone, glasses, keys, MP3 player, necklace, wallet, watch

Lesson 5
Talk about personal possessions

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Write sentences then talk.


Vocabulary: camera, cellphone, glasses, keys, MP3 player, necklace, wallet, watch

Lesson 6
Ask and answer who things belong to
Ask and answer
Grammar: Whose is this/that? Whose are these/those? It’s Tina’s. They’re my dad’s.

Lesson 8
Make and present a paper object
Vocabulary: sequence adverbs

READING READING

EFL 2.3.1 Demonstrate basic reading comprehension skills by identifying the meaning of CE.EFL.2.11. Identify and understand individual every-day words, phrases, and
individual words, phrases, and sentences, including simple written instructions. sentences, including instructions

Lesson 2
Learn to ask and answer about ownership
Listen, read, and say
Grammar: Whose is it? Whose are they? It’s/They’re mine/yours/his/hers/ours/theirs

Lesson 4
Practice reading skills and explore the value of justice
Vocabulary: castle, justice, movie, watch, watching

Lesson 6
Ask and answer who things belong to
Listen, read, and say
Grammar: Whose is this/that? Whose are these/those? It’s Tina’s. They’re my dad’s.

Lesson 7: Let’s Visit Japan


Learn about origami and geometrical shapes
Vocabulary: bottom, center, complex, corner, done, folding, frog, square, technique,
triangle, rectangle

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WRITING WRITING

EFL 2.4.4 Write simple words, phrases and sentences for controlled practice of language CE.EFL.2.18. Writing in order to perform controlled practice of vocabulary and grammar
items. items.

Lesson 1
Learn vocabulary for accessories
Ask and answer. Then write.
Vocabulary: camera, cellphone, glasses, keys, MP3 player, necklace, wallet, watch

Lesson 2
Learn to ask and answer about ownership
Point and say. Then write.
Grammar: Whose is it? Whose are they? It’s/They’re mine/yours/his/hers/ours/theirs

Lesson 7: Let’s Visit Japan


Learn about origami and geometrical shapes
Find and write
Vocabulary: bottom, center, complex, corner, done, folding, frog, square, technique,
triangle, rectangle

LANGUAGE THROUGH THE ARTS LANGUAGE THROUGH THE ARTS

EFL.2.5.4. Listen to and read short narratives and/or other oral and written literary texts CE.EFL.2.23. Display an affinity for a variety of literary texts by responding within a range
in class (with a preference for authentic texts) in order to stimulate imagination, of physical, cognitive, and attitudinal manners, and vary elements of a literary text to
curiosity and a love for literature. create a new text.

Lesson 7: Let’s Visit Japan


Learn about origami and geometrical shapes
Find and write
Vocabulary: bottom, center, complex, corner, done, folding, frog, square, technique,
triangle, rectangle

Lesson 8

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Make and present a paper object


Vocabulary: sequence adverbs

EJES TRANSVERSALES: PERIODOS: SEMANA DE INICIO:


Estrategias metodológicas Recursos Indicadores de logro Actividades de evaluación/ Técnicas /
instrumentos
These performance criteria could be Student’s book Grammar COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL AWARENESS COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL
Evaluated by: guide, page 110. AWARENESS
CD 2 Track 38 to 47. I.EFL.2.3.1. Learners can use basic personal information
1. Listening to people talk about their Workbook pages 76 to 83. and expressions of politeness in short dialogues or Activity
accessories and match them to the Student’s DVD rom: Language conversations. (J.2, J.3) Learners learn how to make an origami
correct picture. interactivity, Karaoke song figure and teach their classmates
animation, Culture video, COMMUNICATION Instrument
2. Looking at pictures and asking and IC DVD ROM: Grammar

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answering questions about your presentation, Animated I.EFL.2.6.1. Learners can understand the main ideas in short Show and tell
accessories. phonics presentation, Karaoke simple spoken texts and infer who is speaking and what the Technique
song and Interactive poster, situation is, without decoding every word. (I.3) Participation chart
3. Read a text about ownership and Culture video.
match the people to their belongings. Teacher’s website: Language READING COMMUNICATION
file template 10, Grammar file
4. Look at pictures and write who things 10, Test builder. I.EFL.2.11.1. Learners can understand familiar words, Activity
belong to. Games resource pack: play a phrases, and short simple sentences and can successfully Learners look at pictures of different
game! complete the simple accompanying task. accessories and ask and answer questions
5. Read instructions and make origami. WRITING Technique
Conversation
I.EFL.2.17.1. Learners can write words, phrases, and short Instrument
simple sentences using the correct conventions (spelling, Rubric
punctuation, capitalization, and handwriting or typography,
etc.), for making simple learning resources. (I.3) Activity:
Learners listen to people talking about
their belongings and answer true or false
questions
Technique
Listening for detail
Instrument
Grading scale
READING
LANGUAGE THROUGH THE ARTS
Activity
I.EFL.2.23.1. Learners can demonstrate an affinity for a Learners read about people’s accessories
variety of literary texts by responding within a range of and answer questions
Technique
Reading for detail
Instrument
Grading scale

Activity
Learners read and answer a questionnaire
about their accessories.

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Technique
Reading for detail
Instrument
Grading scale

WRITING

Activity
Learners write about different objects and
who they belong to
Technique
Descriptive writing
Instrument
Rubric

LANGUAGE THROUGH THE ARTS

Activity
Learners make origami animals and teach
their classmates how to make them
physical, cognitive, and attitudinal manners and adapt Technique
elements of a literary text to create a new text. (I.1, I.4) Show and tell
Instrument
Rubric

3. ADAPTACIONES CURRICULARES
Especificación de la necesidad educativa Especificación de la adaptación a ser aplicada
Learners with learning difficulties. Learners may draw answers instead of writing them. Learners can use word cards instead of writing answers.
Learners may work with fewer vocabulary words. Learners may complete fewer exercises.
Teacher may read the exercise to the learner, and learner may answer orally, by using flashcards, or TPR.
Teacher may ask questions to the learners and give them extra time to think and practice their answers before
participating in class.

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Learners may work with a partner to complete the activities.

ELABORADO REVISADO APROBADO


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