Project

The project is the final product of this course. It is expected to collect and put into practice the new things learnt in the modules, and it is indispensible to pass the course.

It may be sent in any format: Open Office: odt, odp, odb, csv or Office.

You must choose one of the following options:

  • A. Program 6 1-hour sessions to be done in the computer room, in connection with the curriculum of the year you are teaching, which include the four skills. They need not be consecutive sessions, although they must cover the same topic. The format may be similar to the sample worksheets you have in the practices or written as part of a didactic unit. Apart from the worksheets for the students, don't forget to include some methodology notes on how to implement them, evaluation activities and which key competences are dealt with in each case.

You may include some of the worksheets you create during the practices.

  • B. Analyse three webQuests (one per term, for the same level) and explain how you would integrate them in your class curriculum (that is, which are your objectives, which key competences will the students develop…?) and put them into practice. Since you may need to adapt them to your students' level and needs, specify how you would do that, and which teaching and learning activities you would include, exclude, change or add. Justify why. Send these extra (scaffolding) activities together with the comment on the webquest. You may follow the guidelines in practice 5, exercise 1, although this is a more in-depth exercise.
  • C: Analyse a project and explain how you would integrate it in your class curriculum. Specify the level in which you would put it into practice and the objectives, key competences and contents you will be covering. Plan and program the activities to be done in class (The format may be similar to the sample worksheets you have in the practices). Specify what the final product will be. You may follow the guidelines in practice 5, exercise 2. Send the teacher's notes together with the students' materials.