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PERSONAL SYLLABUS TEMPLATE

ESPE LANGUAGE INSTITUTE


LEVEL:

VII - VIII

TERM:

April August ,2016

FACILITATOR:

Mst. Hernn Piedra A.

I.

OBJECTIVES
The main goal will be to reach effective oral and written communication. The four-macro
Language skills will be developed throughout the learning process. We want our students
to become competent speakers who can manage the three main elements: knowledge,
skills, and human values.

II.

METHODOLOGY
The Communicative Approach will be applied in class taking into consideration the
students needs and interests. The learned contents will be practiced into real life
situations. The Kolb cycle, the PPP and Active techniques + ARC (Authentic, Restrictive,
Clarification) will be also used.

III.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
The Big Picture Textbook, the Workbook, the Cry Freedom Graded Reader, the
corresponding Activity Book, some KET/PET/FCE Mock tests, photocopies, and the
following web links will be used during this term:
www.oup.com
http://fog.ccsf.cc.ca.uslfried/activiylistening.html
http://www.eslgold.com/speaking.html
http://www.agendaweb.org/
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/index.htm
www.englishjet.com/.../test_cambridge.asp
http://es.english-attack.com/videobooster/thousand-words/cut-line/start

IV.

EVALUATION SYSTEM
A permanent assessment will be carried out during all classes throughout the semester.
A Unit test will be applied at the end of each Unit. Oral and written exams will be also
administered.

V.

STUDENTS RULES

VI.

Students must attend classes on time. If a student arrives more than 10 minutes late,
one- hour of absence will be registered.
Students must turn off their cell phones the moment they come into the classroom.
Eating is not allowed in class.
Courtesy among the members of the class will be strictly observed.
Every student must be responsible for his / her own learning.
If a student is absent, it is his/her responsibility to do all the assigned homework. No
excuses are allowed.
If the student was absent for a test, he/she will have the opportunity to give the test later
but it will be graded out of 14 points.
THINGS WHICH ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE CLASSROOM

VII.

Celebrations
Recipes and cooking lessons.
REGULATIONS FOR EVALUATION

Teachers must evaluate the following things: homework, oral and written lessons, portfolio,
oral and written summaries, reading activity book, lab practice, and so forth.

Teachers have to apply a permanent assessment and register only three average grades
during the term according to the Departments schedule.

The oral evaluation is taken at the end of each level and will be evaluated by two teachers.
The minimum passing grade is 14/20.
The assessment is permanent.
At the beginning of the semester, the teacher will assess the students knowledge with a
Diagnostic Test.

When a student has not taken neither a quiz nor an exam, he/she will have 48 hours to
present a written request with the examination fee and the corresponding supporting
document; first to her/his teacher who will check that the information is correct, then to the
On-Site Sufficiency Program Director to have the legal authorization.

The teacher always has to inform the students about their attendance, academic
progress, and grades.

VIII. STUDENTSATTENDANCE

Students have the following number of permissible hours of absences during the semester:
LEVEL
ONE HOUR
TWO HOURS
FOUR HOURS

IX.

PERMISSIBLE
HOURS
12
25
51

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Teachers will use the platform exercises during the lab hours and students will use such
activities as a self-supportive learning practice at home.

The use of the platform in class is mandatory; therefore, it is a must that both teachers
and students use it. The Director will be in charge of supervising its usage.

Teachers have to get in contact with students who are not attending to their classes to let
them know that they have to cancel their enrollments no longer than 30 days after the
semester has started.

THE FACILITATOR

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Mst. Hernn Piedra A.