(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) 'Final Oral Test' (20%), Final Mark 12

27 Ene27 de Enero a las 18:53 hrs.2022-01-27 18:53:27 por René Larenas M.
Marks

Dear Students,

Your grades for the 'Final Oral Test' (20%), as well as the Final Mark, are already uploaded. Please take a look at them.

Wish you the best
Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) 'Biodata' (10%), 'Wiki Article' (20%), 14

26 Ene26 de Enero a las 22:42 hrs.2022-01-26 22:42:26 por René Larenas M.
Marks

Dear Students,

Your grades for the 'Biodata', Wiki Article', 'Essay Writing Activity' and the 'Final Written Test' activities are already uploaded. Please take a look at them. The 'Elevator Speech', 'Final Oral Test' and the Final Mark will be uploaded this week.

Any questions or comments you may have, please write back

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 9

19 Ene19 de Enero a las 09:43 hrs.2022-01-19 09:43:19 por René Larenas M.
End of this course

Dear Students, 

What's left for the rest of this semester?

The evaluations, i.e, (1) Biodata, (2) Elevator Speech, (3) Wiki Article, (4) Essay Writing Activity, (5) Final Oral Exam are meant to be uploaded in the 'Material Docente' section. The last day these evaluations will be admitted will be next Monday, Jan. 24th. [23:59]

The evaluation, (1) Final Written Exam is located in the 'Test' section. You've got until this next Friday, Jan. 21st. to complete it.

Any questions you may have, please write back
Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 3

18 Ene18 de Enero a las 09:47 hrs.2022-01-18 09:47:18 por René Larenas M.
Information for next lessons

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 18th.) 

(1) The PPT file for  'Lesson 23-26' can be found in the ‘Material Docente’ section

(1.1) In the 'Lesson '23-26' PPT document you will find the framework of reference for you to write your Essay Writing Activity: 'Concluding Paragraph'.

(2) The PPT file for 'Concluding Paragraphs Examples' can be found in the 'Material Docente' section

(1.1.2) You may upload your Essay in the ‘Tareas’ Section. The last day for you to do upload this document is next Friday, Jan. 21st. If you upload this document after this date (Jan. 24th., tops), you will get a 6.0 as a top mark.

(2) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 19th)

(1) We will be working on our sixteenth and seventeenth synchronous lesson that will be distributed into:

(1.1) No videos for this next lesson

(1.2) We will just finish our Essay sessions. 'Proofreading and Editing' will take place

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 3

17 Ene17 de Enero a las 09:43 hrs.2022-01-17 09:43:17 por René Larenas M.
Lesson Material + Evaluation Material

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 14th.) 

(1) The PPT file for  'Lesson 21-22' can be found in the ‘Material Docente’ section

(1.1) In the 'Lesson '21-22' PPT document you will find the framework of reference for you to write your Essay Writing Activity: 'Body Paragraphs'.

(2) The PPT file for 'Body Paragraphs Examples' can be found in the 'Material Docente' section

(1.1.2) You may upload your Essay in the ‘Tareas’ Section. The last day for you to do upload this document is next Friday, Jan. 21st. If you upload this document after this date (Jan. 24th., tops), you will get a 6.0 as a top mark.

(2) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 18th)

(1) We will be working on our fourteenth and fifteenth synchronous lesson that will be divided into two parts as we already know, (a) Linguistic (some grammatical structures in communicational contexts for the most part and autonomous work for all of the asynchronous evaluations) and (b) Communicative (video debates) 

(1.1) For the second part of this next lesson, please, watch the following video (it contains English Subtitles), ‘The Archaeology of the Self’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwC_3cLRJO8

(1.1.1) Once you have watched it, please think about the following questions: 

(1.1.2) Do you think that it is necessary to apply this 'Archeology of the Self' methodology in our own professional and academic contexts? 

(1.1.3) With the information provided by the video comment on one point that you think is relevant. Provide two reasons for this relevance.

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 5

14 Ene14 de Enero a las 10:21 hrs.2022-01-14 10:21:14 por René Larenas M.
Information for next lessons

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 14th.) 

(1) The PPT file for  'Lesson 19-20' can be found in the ‘Material Docente’ section

(1.1) In the 'Lesson 19-20' PPT document you will find the framework of reference for you to write your Essay Writing Activity: 'Introductory Paragraph'.

(2) The PPT file for 'Introductory Paragraphs Examples' can be found in the 'Material Docente' section

(1.1.2) You may upload your Essay in the ‘Tareas’ Section. The last day for you to do upload this document is next Friday, Jan. 21st. If you upload this document after this date (Jan. 24th., tops), you will get a 6.0 as a top mark.

(2) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 17th)

(1) We will be working on our twelfth and thirteenth synchronous lesson that will be divided into two parts as we already know, (a) Linguistic (some grammatical structures in communicational contexts for the most part and autonomous work for all of the asynchronous evaluations) and (b) Communicative (video debates) 

(1.1) For the second part of this next lesson, please, watch the following video (it contains English Subtitles), ‘Early childhood Education - Key Ingredients’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T869PqGLQIM

(1.1.1) Once you have watched it, please think about the following questions: 

(1.1.2) Should you consider the following items as key ingredients for Early Childhood Education Development: (a) teacher-child interactions (b) family engagement (c) evidence-based curriculum (d) formative assessment. Why? Why not? Would you add another? 

(1.1.3) With the information provided by the video comment on one point that you think is relevant. Provide two reasons for this relevance.

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 1

13 Ene13 de Enero a las 09:33 hrs.2022-01-13 09:33:13 por René Larenas M.
Lesson Material + Evaluation Material

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 13th.) 

(1) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 14th)

(1) We will be working on our nineteenth and twentieth synchronous lesson that will be divided into two parts as we already know, (a) Linguistic (some grammatical structures in communicational contexts for the most part and autonomous work for all of the asynchronous evaluations) and (b) Communicative (video debates) 

(1.1) For the second part of this next lesson, please, watch the following video (it contains English Subtitles), ‘A Day in the Life with Pediatric Psychologist Jill West, PhD' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rkhHcHG9Ew

(2.1) Once you have watched it, please think about the following questions: 

(2.1.1) What does a Pediatric Psychologist do? Describe their work in your own words

(2.2.2) With the information provided by the video comment on one point that you think is relevant. Provide two reasons for this relevance.

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 3

12 Ene12 de Enero a las 10:02 hrs.2022-01-12 10:02:12 por René Larenas M.
Lesson Material + Evaluation Material

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 12th.) 

(1) The PPT file for  'Lesson 15-18' can be found in the ‘Material Docente’ section

(1.1) In the 'Lesson 15-18' PPT document you will find the framework of reference for you to incorporate your Wiki Article 'Further Readings and Other Websites'.

(2) The PPT file for 'Further Readings and Other Articles Examples' can be found in the 'Material Docente' section

(1.1.2) You may upload your Wiki Article in the ‘Tareas’ Section. The last day for you to do upload this document is next Friday, Jan. 21st. If you upload this document after this date (Jan. 24th., tops), you will get a 6.0 as a top mark.

(2) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 13th)

(1) We will be working on our tenth and eleventh synchronous lesson that will be divided into two parts as we already know, (a) Linguistic (some grammatical structures in communicational contexts for the most part and autonomous work for all of the asynchronous evaluations) and (b) Communicative (video debates) 

(2) No videos for tomorrow's lesson

(3) We will review the 'Final Oral Exam' format, i.e., its guidelines and procedures

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 4

11 Ene11 de Enero a las 10:01 hrs.2022-01-11 10:01:11 por René Larenas M.
Lesson Material + Evaluation Material

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 11th.) 

(1) The PPT file for  'Lesson 11-14' can be found in the ‘Material Docente’ section

(1.1) In the 'Lesson 11-14' PPT document you will find the framework of reference for you to incorporate your Wiki Article 'Table of Contents'.

(1.1.2) You may upload your Wiki Article in the ‘Tareas’ Section. The last day for you to do upload this document is next Friday, Jan. 21st. If you upload this document after this date (Jan. 24th., tops), you will get a 6.0 as a top mark.

(2) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 12th)

(1) We will be working on our tenth and eleventh synchronous lesson that will be divided into two parts as we already know, (a) Linguistic (some grammatical structures in communicational contexts for the most part and autonomous work for all of the asynchronous evaluations) and (b) Communicative (video debates) 

(2) No videos for tomorrow's lesson

(3) We will review the 'Final Writen Exam' format, i.e., its guidelines and procedures

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards

(S.1) English Intermediate A (CEFR: B1+) Some Recommendations and Guidelines for 2

10 Ene10 de Enero a las 09:36 hrs.2022-01-10 09:36:10 por René Larenas M.
Information for next lessons

Dear Students, 

For our two lessons for today (Jan. 10th.) 

(1) The link for our lesson recording can be found in the ‘Clase Virtual’ section. You just click on the play icon to watch it

For our next lessons (Jan. 11th)

(1) We will be working on our eighth and ninth synchronous lesson that will be divided into two parts as we already know, (a) Linguistic (some grammatical structures in communicational contexts for the most part and autonomous work for all of the asynchronous evaluations) and (b) Communicative (video debates) 

(1.1) For the second part of this next lesson, please, watch the following video (it contains English Subtitles), ‘What "Law & Order" Means to Clinical Social Workers’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=714bEtwbmx4

(2.1) Once you have watched it, please think about the following questions: 

(2.1.1) What can 'bring back law and order' mean to Social Workers in Chile?  What is the impact that this kind of public political announcement can make on a non-privileged group of people? 

(2.2.2) With the information provided by the video comment on one point that you think is relevant. Provide two reasons for this relevance.

In case of doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me back, 

Best Regards