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Ministerio de Educación
Dirección Regional de Panamá Este
Centro de Educación Básica General Santa Isabel

Asignatura: Inglés Grado: IX Año Lectivo: 2011

Trimestre | N° de semanas | N° de semanas laborables | N° de clases por trimestres |Hora de imprevistos | Áreas | Competencias | Sub-competencias | Contenidos |
| | De clases | De evaluación | | | | | | |
1° | 14 | 13 | 1 | 65 | 5 | ListeningSpeakingReadingWriting | 12356 | 12345111216 | 5137-436-857 |
2° | 13 | 12 | 1 | 60 | 5 | ListeningSpeakingReadingWriting | 12346 | 1011121314 | 66-851-24 |
3° | 14 | 13 | 1 | 65 | 5 | ListeningSpeakingReadingWriting | 123456 |2678915 | 26-36674-8 |

* Algunos de los contenidos se repiten a través del año como ejes transversales.

Competencias: | Sub-Competencias | Contenidos |
1-To acquire basic and oral Linguistic skills that will allow students to communicate properly.2- To develop skills that guide students to use the non-restrictive communicative way.3-To develop the ability to understand and relate to thelearning material in a non-structures way.4-To increase the semantic skills.5-To show ethnic and cultural values.6- To use the fours linguistic skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. | istening1-To listen to paragraphs and summarize the materials contained in historic 111, etc.(5-)2- To listen to various types of materials taught and to single out the main ideas.(1)3- To listen todenotations of concepts and develop connotations pertaining to the terms.(3)4-To polish the listening skill to appreciate classical music.(7)Speaking5- To tell stories in very forceful, and dramatic ways.(3)6- To tell events that triggers consequences and climax.(6)7-To interact by engaging in picture conversation.(6)8-To develop chain stories using studied materials as well as controversialtopics.(6)Reading9-To read passages of middle level of complexity and describe the main ideas.(7)10-To read creatively by developing reading selections from pictures. The development of a story unfolds as successions of pictures are shown.(6)11-To read short passages and tell the differences between the statements that are facts and those that are opinions.(6-8)12-To read at a nature pace.(5)Writing13-Towrite stories in which previous events have not been included in the original native (make up flashback).(1)14-To write stories where original stories have ended.(4)15-To rewrite incorrect paragraphs by making all the necessary corrections such as descriptive transitional words, correct choice of terms,etc.(4-8)16-To expand sentences into short paragraphs.(7) | ListeningTopic 1: The past perfecttense is.Used to express an action (or to help make a statement about something completed in the past before some other past action or even. It is formed with has.Examples: When I had worked for a week I asked for my money List.-Do -Done-Grow -Grown-Ride -Ridden-Run -Run-Sing -Sung-Through -ThrownFormation of questions:Verb+Subject+PpHad you seen the picture?Topic 1: The past perfect tense is.The entire description of the contents is detailed in the listening skill area.Topic 2: Verb Usage ApplicationMain verb tenses: future, past, present perfect tense and past perfect tense.Students will learn and will be drilled through frequent exercises and simple sentences.Topic 2: Verb Usage ApplicationThe entire descriptionof the contents is detailed in the listening skill area.Topic 3: Guided Speech III * Discuss everyday stories. * Oral composition: use a picture as guide. * Role playing * Connotations of common terms:- Summer - Sun -To be tanned -Picnic -BeachTopic 3: Guided Speech IIIThe entire description of the contents is detailed in the listening skill area.Topic 4: Composition III...
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