Exercises: *They are actions oriented to check the management of a particular knowledge *They don´t contribute to the acquisition of the Key Competences *Although they can be boring, they are necessary. EJ: (First and second year) Order the letters and write: (eggs, chips, fish, meat, chicken,) Dibujo – palabra desordenada y hueco.Activities: * They are actions oriented to get a new knowledge or to use the knowledge we have in a different way * They contribute to the acquisition of the Key Competences * They are contextualized. EJ: (5th and 6th year) Who I am: Guess the food you are. For this, your classmates have to help you with clues. Borderlines: is when you work the exercise and activity in the same time. EJ: Do the crossword.
Social Task: *Didactic proposal *To develop the Key Competences * Social tasks are based on experience * Knowledge + to know how to be + do * School + family + community *To give resources and teach how to use them./ How are they approached?: To work with competences in an indirect way *Functional and meaningful teaching *Learning through experience/. How are they evaluated?: The evaluation consists of valuing the development of key competences with rubrics/. STRUCTURE: The social task is based on a project comprising the following sections: * Introduction *Description of the task *Objectives *Content *Context *Key competences *Resources *Products.
Key Competence: represent a transferable, multifunctional package of knowledge, skills and attitudes that all individuals need for personal fulfilment and development, inclusion and employment. Key competences at school: *Interaction of body, mind, emotions and reasoning *The social and emotional construction of knowledge *Interaction of perception and action *Learning as a continous construction process in a social context. Linguistic: It deals with the functional control of a foreign language. Awareness: language in use and reflection about the language depending on the ages. Ability: understand and being understood both orally and written. Attitude: development of a positive attitude towards languages. Digital: It deals with the use of the ICT. Awareness: to be conscious that the use of the ICT contributes to the learning of English.Ability: to look for and get electronic information. Attitude: responsable use of the ICT. Learning: It deals with the awareness of the learning progress, it could be on your own or with others. To be aware of the way to learn and reflect about it. Ability to dedicate time and effort to learn and reflect about what you have learnt. Attitude: to be positive towards self-motivation. Social: It deals with the development of the social relationships and at the same time the gradual growth of a supporting and responsable citizenship. Awareness of the different cultures that surround us. Ability for the multicultural dialogue. Positive attitude towards other cultures and countries (emigration and inmigration). Initiative: It deals with the acquisition of autonomy in the process of learning and the development in taking initiatives. Awareness of the need of autonomous study. Ability to work alone and in cooperation. Attitude: to be positive towards taking decisions and working with others. Artistic: It deals with the development of creativity and the liking and enjoyment of music and art. To be aware of the different cultural elements: music, art, literature. Ability for the artistic expressions. Attitude: to be positive towards the cultural diversity.