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  • Clases en horario intensivo (sesiones de 4 horas 1 vez a la semana).
  • Supuestos prácticos: Trabajo continuado de los diferentes tipos de supuesto con resolución de los mismos.
  • Temas: Explicación del total del temario. Temario elaborado y revisado por nuestros docentes.
  • Programación y unidades didácticas: Elaboración pautada y seguimiento tanto en la programación como en las unidades didácticas.
  • Exámenes periódicos y defensas y exposiciones en el aula. Realización de simulacro.
  • Legislación: Clases complementarias para la preparación de la Legislación
  • Aula Virtual: para que podas seguir las clases en directo desde cualquier lugar y donde contarás con material adicional de apoyo.
  • Sesiones grabadas: nuestras clases estarán disponibles en nuestra aula virtual para su posterior visualización.

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PROCESO SELECTIVO

Fase de Concurso

  • La fase concurso consta de los méritos que haga llegar el aspirante. Los méritos que se valoran son: formación académica, experiencia docente previa y otros méritos. Tiene un peso de 1/3.

Fase de Oposición

  • Consta de dos partes y cada parte tiene dos pruebas.
  • PARTE A
    • Prueba práctica: Se propone un ejercicio práctico relacionado con las temáticas de la especialidad.
    • Prueba de desarrollo teórico del tema: Esta parte consistirá en el desarrollo por escrito de un tema elegido por el aspirante.
  • PARTE B
    • Presentación y defensa ante el tribunal de una programación didáctica.
    • Preparación y exposición oral de una unidad didáctica.
TEMARIO
  • Topic 1 – Language as communication: oral and written language. Features defining a communicative situation: sender, receiver, functions and context.
  • Topic 2 – Communication in the foreign language classroom: verbal and non-verbal communication. Extra-linguistics strategies: non-verbal reactions to messages in different contexts.
  • Topic 3 – Development of the linguistic skills: oral expression and comprehension, written expression and comprehension. The communicative competence in English.
  • Topic 4 – Valuation of the knowledge of foreign languages as an instrument of communication among people and countries. Interest in language diversity by getting to know a new language and its culture.
  • Topic 5 – Geographic, historic and cultural framework of the English speaking countries. Didactic application of geographic, historic and cultural aspects.
  • Topic 6 – Contribution of Linguistics to foreign language teaching. The process of linguistic: similarities and differences between first and foreign language acquisition.
  • Topic 7 – The oral foreign language. The complexity of understanding the global meaning in oral interaction: From listening to active and selective listening. The taking of word: From imitative reproduction to autonomous production.
  • Topic 8 – The written language. Approximation, maturity and mastering of the reading-writing process. The reading comprehension: techniques of global and specific comprehension of texts. The written expression: interpretation of the production of texts.
  • Topic 9 – Description of the phonological system of the English language. Learning models and techniques. Perception, discrimination and emission of sounds, intonation, rhythm and stress. Phonetic correction.
  • Topic 10 – The English language orthography codes. Sound-spelling correspondences. Didactic proposals for the teaching of written codes. Spelling in writing activities.
  • Topic 11 – Lexical and semantic field in the English language. Lexicon necessary for socialization, information and attitude expression. Activities related to the teaching and learning of lexicon in the foreign language class.
  • Topic 12 – Essential elements of the English language morphosyntax. Elementary communicative structures. Progressive use of grammatical categories in oral and written production.
  • Topic 13 – History of the evolution of the didactic of foreign languages: from Grammar-Translation Methods to Present-day trends.
  • Topic 14 – Methods and techniques focused on the acquisition of communicative competence. Specific methodological fundaments of English language teaching
  • Topic 15 – Periods, authors and literary genres more suitable for applying in the English Didactic lessons. Types of texts.
  • Topic 16 – Children’s literature in English language. Techniques for applying it and access to the oral comprehension. Boost reading habits and poetic sensibility of language.
  • Topic 17 – The song as poetic vehicle and literary creation in the English class. Types of songs. Technical use of songs for the phonetic, lexical and cultural learning.
  • Topic 18 – The song as poetic vehicle and literary creation in the English class. Types of songs. Technical use of songs for the phonetic, lexical and cultural learning.
  • Topic 19 – Animation techniques and expression as a resource for learning foreign languages. Dramatizing situations of everyday life and representation of stories, characters, jokes, etc. Working in groups for creative activities. Role of the teacher.
  • Topic 20 – The Foreign Language Area in the curricula. Criteria to be included in the School Educative Project and in the Curricular School Project.
  • Topic 21 – Programming area of foreign languages: Programming units. Criteria for the sequence and timing of content and objectives. Selecting the methodology to be used in the learning activities and evaluation.
  • Topic 22 – Variables to consider when organizing the English language class: Grouping students, distribution of space and time, selection of methodologies, teacher’s role, etc.
  • Topic 23 – The development of curriculum materials for English class. Criteria for the selection and use of coursebooks. Authentic and adapted documents: Limitations of use. The collaboration of students in the design of materials.
  • Topic 24 – Technological and educational aspects of the use of audiovisual materials (newspaper, television, cassette, video, etc.). The computer as an auxiliary resource for learning and improving foreign languages.
  • Topic 25 – The learner-centred teaching learning process in the foreign language: fundamentals and applications. Identification of motivation and attitudes towards the English language. Practical applications.

 

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