2. Class agenda
1. The B1 in the CEF and the global scale descriptor
2. Course objectives
3. Oriented questions
4. Scope and Sequence
6. Course requirements
8. Tutoring hours
4. 2. Course objectives
• To study the evolution of the Industrial Revolution from 1784.
• To anaylise the impact of the IR on countries development,
communities and our professional careers.
• To create and exhibit an invention from the 1st IR.
5. 3. Oriented Questions
a. How has the IR impacted the development of countries,
communities, and our professional careers?
b. What kind of perspectives can be adopted according to such
c. Are our fields of study (academic programs) a result of the IR? If so,
how? To what extent?
d. How our fields of study contribute to the processes of
industrialization and development in the 21st century?
6. 5. Methodology
• CLIL: Content and Language Integrated Learning
• PBL: Project Based Learning
• PBL: Problem Based Learning.
• Skill-integrated learning
Oral discussions, Case studies, Simulations, Oral reports, Information
inquiry, Interviews, Field trips, Guest speakers, Class project, Graphs,
Specialized-data base use.
7. 6. Course requirements
• Preparing reading and listening materials in advance.
• Concepts and ideas are put into practice in class.
• Active participation and collaboration necessary.
• Use of English.
• Most activities are productive. These require speaking and writing.
8. 7. Evaluation
FIRST 50% SECOND 50%
Parcial 1. 40% Parcial 2: 30%
Assignments: 60% Examen final (project): 35%
9. 8. Tutoring hours
Tuesday: 10:00 – 11:50 a.m. / 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 10:00 – 11:50 a.m.
Thursday: 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Place: Instituto Internacional de Idiomas at the meeting room
Book the tutoring session two days in advance.