Activity Guide and Evaluation Rubrics - Task 2 - Discussion Panel.docx - Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia Academic and Research Vice-Rector

Activity Guide and Evaluation Rubrics - Task 2 - Discussion Panel.docx

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Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia Academic and Research Vice-Rector Activity Guide and Evaluation Rubric Task 2 – Discussion Panel 1. General Description of the Course Faculty or Academic Unit Academic Level Academic Field Course Name Colombian Education Course Code 551035 Course Type Teórico Can be enable d Yes N o Number of Credits 2. Description of the Activity Type of Activity: Individual Collaborative Number of Weeks Evaluation Moment: Initial Intermediate Unit 1 Final Total Score of the Activity: 175 points Environment to Submit the Activity: Monitoring and Evaluation Environment Starting Date of the Activity: December 3, 2019 Deadline of the Activity: January 21, 2020 Competences to Develop: Students recognize the trends and issues of the teaching and learning process of English as a foreign language in order to analyze the development of education in Colombia through theoretical discussion. Topics to Develop: Unit 1 - Development of Colombian Education in the XXI Century Steps, Phase or Stage of the Learning Strategy to Develop In this activity students develop the following steps: Step 1: Comic Strip Step 2: Speech outline
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Step 3: Discussion Panel Step 4: Submission Task-based learning strategy : The course uses the Task-Based Language Learning as a methodological background offering interactive and enjoyable activities for the students where the foreign language is used with the aim of achieving a communicative outcome (Willis, 1996). The tasks are organized in learning stages (steps), where the students develop competencies through tasks and practical activities. Activities to Develop Step 1 - Comic Strip: Go to the knowledge environment and read the contents of unit 1 - Development of Colombian Education in the XXI Century. Choose one of the following topics: 1) Topic 1: “Foreign language education policy in Colombia” 2) Topic 2: “Being bilingual in Colombia according to PNB (Plan Nacional de Bilingüismo)” 3) Topic 3: “Cultural Implications for bilingual education in Colombia” 4) Topic 4: “Colombia speaks English to achieve global communication” 5) Topic 5: “Estándares Básicos de Competencias en Lenguas extranjeras: inglés contributes to educating bilingual Colombian citizen” Share your choice in the forum, so no topics are repeated among students. According to the course contents make a comic where you demonstrate the chosen topic in a comic strip (minimum: 5 frames).
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There are several templates you can use in Go to the Practical Learning Environment and download the file “Guide for the use of educational resources”. Watch the Pixton tutorial. Feel free to use any character and background. A comic strip is no difference from writing a short story. It still needs a beginning, middle and ending. Because this is a five-frame comic strip, break your story down into 5 parts. Write down your ideas for the characters, settings, expressions and even speech. Make sure each part has some action and that your ending is powerful with an awesome punchline.
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