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Evidences
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Hello teacher!

These are the evidences that you should take into account when evaluating if your students have achieved the objectives proposed for this cycle. They will help you make a detailed observation of your students as a group and complete the rubric to determine if they are ready for the next cycle.

First objective: Be responsible for the execution and maintenance of the structural rituals of the class

Evidences

  • Students seem comfortable following their classmates' instructions when they are responsible for activities.

  • Students interpret assignment questions and select relevant material for response.

  • Students use language to interact, negotiate roles, develop or maintain a group activity, monitor and reflect on the task.
     

Second objective: Use appropriate conversational and other communication skills.

 

Evidences

  • Students can narrate a fairly well-structured story by describing real or imagined events.

  • Students can show preferences, express and respond to suggestions, advice, and disagreements. 

  • Students can compare and contrast people, places, and things.

  • Students can process explanations and contribute to group discussions. 
     

 

Third objective: Understand information content and lines of arguments, identifying general messages, perspectives and specific details.

 

Evidences

  • Students can understand the information content of audio materials on general topics delivered in clear standard speech. 

  • Students can follow standard speech and lines of argument on reasonably familiar topics.

  • Students can identify opposing perspectives from oral texts.