1. JUSTIFICATION 3
1.1 Planning: some basic aspect 3
1.2 Prerequisites for the document 3
1.3 Justification for the teaching programme 4
2. ANALYSIS OF THE EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT 6
2.1 Context variables 6
2.2 Connection with the School’sEducational Project 8
2.3 Adapting Educational Aims to the Context 9
3. ADAPTATION OF THE CURRICULUM’S AIMS, CONTENTS AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA TO THE EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT 10
3.1 Adaptation of the Foreign Language Subject Aims 10
3.2 Contribution of the Foreign Language Subject to the acquisition of the
BASIC COMPETENCES 10
3.3 Sequencing of the Foreign Language Subject Aims characteristicsof year 11
3.4 Psycho-pedagogical 1 and 2 Primary students 12
3.5 Selection of Primary Education stage and year 12
3.6 Adaptation of contents and assessment criteria to Primary Education year 13
4. METHODOLOGY AND ORGANIZATION 15
4.1 Methodology 15
4.2 Organizational aspects 18
5. ASSESSMENT 21
5.1 Student’s assessment 21
5.2 Evaluating the teaching process 22
5.3 TeacherAssessment 22
6. SPECIFIC NEEDS EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT 23
7. TIMING 24
7.1 General aspect concerning lesson planning 24
7.2 Contents per term 24
7.3 Individual lesson plans 25
8. CONCLUSION 40
9. BIBLIOGRAPHY and WEBGRAPHY 40
I. PRIMARY EDUCATION AIMS
II. AIMS OF THE ENGLISH SUBJECT IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
III. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION YEARS 1 & 2
IV.SELF-ASSESSMENT SHEET (STUDENT)
V. ASSESSMENT SHEET (TEACHER)
This teaching programme has been elaborated for the Andalusian Educational Authority official examination announcement, Order of March 14, 2001, which is made selective procedure call for entry into the teacher corps.
All sections established in the above-mentioned announcement have been developed inthis teaching programme.
Now, let’s imagine one ship just about to sail, its aim is to find a hidden treasure in faraway lands… its sails are elevated, the captain and his crew are ready. They have a perfectly concreted target and all the members will form a unique fellowship along the journey, because their individual luck depends directly on the luck of the ship. In this case, the shipbelongs to nobody, but everybody belongs to the ship. If you imagine, a lesson is like a journey, then the lesson plan is the map which shows where you start, where you finish, and the route you take to get there.
This teaching programme will be a necessary element in my educative practice, because using it I will avoid improvisations and uncompleted tasks. At the same time, my teaching programmewill be proper for a concrete scholar community, that is flexible, open and adapted to a changing reality and which in that case, could predict possible problems and so consider solutions.
1.1 Planning: some basic aspect
The definition of planning varies according to the context or to the bibliographical references that we use (Viciana, 2002). For that reason, the Ministryof Education, in Materials for the Reform. Planning - Infant and Primary defined panning in the pedagogical sense as “a series of actions through which the educational aims are transformed into specific teaching proposals and which makes the achievement of these objectives possible. It is established that curriculum planning is the phase in which teachers, at different levels, adapt and determinedthe educational aims of different areas of the curriculum, and thereby transform them into a coherent scheme of classroom activities”(MEC, 1996). In this way, each school, through its School’s Educational Project document, the teaching plans and the classroom practice of its teaching staff, can contribute to making decisions about the educational proposals, through a continuous process carried...