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Oposición 60%

Prueba 1 – eliminatoria

Examen Tiempo Peso
Supuesto práctico +/- 2 horas 60%
Tema (1 a elegir entre 3) 2 horas 40 %

Prueba 2 – eliminatoria

Entrega de la programación y acreditación de méritos.

Examen Tiempo Peso
Defensa de la programación 20 minutos A determinar por el tribunal, siendo normalmente mayor para la UD
Exposición de la unidad didáctica (1 a elegir entre 3) 30 minutos
Debate 10 minutos

Concurso 40% (hasta 10 puntos)

Experiencia docente (máx 7 puntos)

  • 0,70 puntos/año centros públicos
  • 0,15 puntos/año otros centros

Formación académica (máx 5 puntos)

Expediente académico:

  • Entre 6 y 7,5: 1 punto
  • Más de 7,5: 1,5 puntos

Posgrados, doctorado y otras titulaciones universitarias: 1 punto

Premio extraordinario doctorado: 0,5 puntos

Otras enseñanzas:

  • Títulos profesionales de música o danza: 0,5 puntos
  • Certificado B2 de la EOI: 0,5 puntos
  • Técnico superior o FP: 0,2 puntos

Otros méritos (máx 2 puntos)

Lenguas extranjeras:

  • Certificado C1: 1 punto
  • Certificado B2: 0,5 puntos

Cursos de formación homologada: por cada 10 horas, 0,10 puntos

 

Metodología

  • 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.
  • Clases complementarias para la preparación de Legislación.
     *2 clases de prueba

Duración del curso

La formación comienza en el mes de septiembre y termina a mediados de junio.

 

Temario

Topic 1Language 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.

 

Convocatorias anteriores

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