Departamento de Inglés y Sección de Sueco
Segundo piso del Edificio A del CELE
Tel.:+52 (55) 56.22.06.58
[ Dirigido a estudiantes de la UNAM inscritos al CELE ]
This course is directed to UNAM students who are willing to learn English as a Foreign Language using blended learning. This type of learning has been designed to take full advantage of these two modes of interaction: on-line and face-to-face. On-line interaction will be during 6 hours of intense work at home, 4 hours will be devoted to face-to face- interaction, which will take place on a weekly basis.
This is a 140 hour course intended for students who are starting with a level around A2.2 and want to progress towards B1+, in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and the Marco de Referencia para la Elaboración de Planes de Estudio del CELE.
After being exposed to different authentic materials, both in written and oral forms, and the practice of certain language activities, you will be able to understand the main points of clear standard interactions on familiar matters regularly encountered at work, school, or during your free time. You will be able to describe scenarios, to narrate experiences and events and to make future arrangements within your domain of interest. Through the planning and creation of short presentations and brief written productions, you will be able to ask, give and justify your opinion about topics of general interest using coherently connected language.
Unit 1. Living on your own
Unit 2. The environment
Unit 3. Getting a job
Unit 4. Making a living
Unit 5. Fitness
Unit 6. Why is culture important?
Unit 7. Final Project
This blended course for B1 has been designed to have a 6 hour work on-line and two sessions of two hours in face-to-face interaction. This course has 7 units; each unit consists of two lessons. You will need to build up a glossary of your own per unit, so keep this in mind while you read a text or listen to an audio. Do not forget to take notes always. You will have two weeks to complete every unit. It is highly recommended that you do all the activities on-line in advance in order to avoid falling behind schedule. Doing the activities on-line will help you practice what has already been taught in class.
The grading criteria consist of two parts: the evaluation of the face-to-face interaction and the evaluation of the on-line activities. Participation in class and in all on-line collaborative activities (glossaries, wikis and forums) is mandatory. Remember that what you post in the forum should reflect your opinion; you must comment on what your classmates post at least once, and you should always be respectful and polite in this type of interaction. Below, you will find a detailed description of the grading criteria.
|Types of activities||Aspects to be evaluated||Global percentage|
|Oral production and interaction||Range of vocabulary, accuracy, fluency, natural interaction, coherence.||15%|
|Listening comprehension||Accurate understanding of the main points and some detailed information of an audiovisual material.||10%|
|Reading comprehension||Complete understanding of general ideas some detailed information provided in descriptive and narrative texts.||10%|
|Types of activities||Global percentage|
|Final Exam listening comprehension reading comprehension written production||10%|
Note: All the on-line activities will be graded on a 10/10 basis. Written performance will be graded according to the following criteria:
|Aspects to be evaluated||Points (10/10)|
|Range of vocabulary (precise and diverse)||2|
|Accuracy (correct use of structures taught in class and in accordance with every task)||2|
|Cohesion (correct use of connectors, according to B1)||2|
|Relevance (informative, concise, clear)||2|
|Spelling and punctuation marks||2|
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Departamento de inglés
Coordinación de Educación a Distancia