Sustainable Development Goals
Understand and use everyday expressions and very basic phrases; introduce him/herself and others; ask and answer questions about personal details; interact in a simple way.
A. Oral production: can produce simple mainly isolated phrases about people and places.
B. Written production: can write simple phrases and sentences.
C. Listening comprehension: can follow a very slow and carefully articulated speech.
D. Reading comprehension: can understand very short, simple texts.
E. Spoken interaction: can interact in a simple way; can ask and answer simple questions, initiate and respond to simple statements in areas of immediate need or on very familiar topics.
F. Written interaction: can ask for or pass on personal details.
G. Vocabulary: has a basic vocabulary repertoire of isolated words and phrases..
H. Grammar: shows only limited control of a few simple grammatical structures and sentence patterns in a learnt repertoire.
- Affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences,
- The adverbs,
- Express an order/desire.
(1) direct exposure to authentic use of language (through videos, written texts, Internet, CD-ROM, among others);
(2) direct participation in communicative interaction;
(3) presentations, explanations, exercises/exploitation activities;
(4) translation (native language/foreign language/native language)
(5) individual, pair and group working;
(6) contribution to formal and informal discussions;
(7) guided study;
(8) autodidactically, by self-study.
Students may choose between two modes of assessment: (1) continuous or (2) exam.
(1) Continuous assessment: a. Written quiz (35%); b. Oral quiz (25%); c. Assignments in and at home (40%).
(2) Exam: a. Written exam (60%); b. Oral exam (40%).