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CompetenciasCapacidad o disposición que ha desarrollado una persona para afrontar y dar solución a problemas de la vida cotidiana y a generar nuevos conocimientos. Es la capacidad para actuar de manera pertinente ante una situación compleja, movilizando de manera integrada los recursos necesarios para resolverla de modo adecuado.Tiene una doble dimensión: a) posesión de un conjunto de recursos o capacidades (cognitivos, de procedimientos y de actitudes), y b) capacidad para movilizarlos en una situación de acción. Indicadores de Logros Contenidos
1. Generates conversations to exchange specific information about learning and the context orally and in writing. 1.1. Offers and responds to greetings, compliments, invitations, introductions, and farewells. 1.1.1. Using standard greetings, farewells, and expressions of courtesy orally and written.
1.1.2. Introducing oneself appropriately with native and non-native speakers.
1.1.3. Giving or thanking a compliment following the right structure model of spoken language.
1.1.4. Producing greeting expressions with appropriate intonation when greeting people or responding greetings.
1.1.5. Apologizing himself properly by choosing the right phrases.
1.1.6. Understanding of oral and written common questions.
1.1.7. Being polite while expressing ideas.
1.2. Proposes oral and written conversation to exchange essential and personal information about everyday topics. 1.2.1. Engaging in oral and written conversation (e.g., face-to-face, e-mails, letters) to exchange essential and personal information about everyday topics.
1.2.2. Using subjective forms: expressions and verbs, when talking about plans and dreams.
1.2.3. Exemplifying use of the main tools of the Internet, the basic features of the computer, how to find information, evaluate the quality and adequacy of information.
1.2.4. Asking others to join to conversations and English learners clubs.
1.2.5. Arguing about locally important topics orally and written.
1.2.6. Inviting native or advanced speakers to share information in panels, forums, and other activities.
1.3. Uses culturally acceptable vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and gestures. 1.3.1. Using culturally acceptable sign language.
1.3.2. Using idiomatic expressions.
1.3.3. Sharing gestures to communicate ideas and proposals.
1.3.4. Introducing new technical vocabulary into daily school speech.
1.3.5. Considering idioms and slang in coloquial dialogs.
1.3.6. Avoiding use of loan words, barbarisms and wrong uses for words and phrases in oral and written texts.
1.3.7. Introduces people to one another (differences in greeting people).
1.4. Expresses wants, doubts, uncertainty and needs using learned material orally and written. 1.4.1. Sharing likes and dislikes about sports, music, wardrobe, movies and other topics.
1.4.2. Stating needs and wants.
1.4.3. Expressing feelings and emotions with each other orally and written.
1.4.4. Using chronological order to explain different activities performed during a daytime.
1.4.5. Discussing about poetry and playing.
1.4.6. Making creative personal cards to invite, celebrate, congratulate, etc.
1.5. Answers questions, posed both orally and written. 1.5.1. Giving and receiving instructions to follow up on a specific task.
1.5.2. Listening for specific information: categorize and classify words to remember.
1.5.3. Understanding words in context and other visual or auditory cues: modals, stress in questions.

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Competencias Indicadores de Logros Contenidos
2. Produces oral or written texts by his own to communicate needs and learning purposes, with appropriate grammatical structures and vocabulary. 2.1. Speaks using accurate vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar. 2.1.1. Reviewing different sounds and pronunciation: intonation, stress, and rhythm.
2.1.2 Identifying different characters and sounds of words.
2.1.3. Identifying key words or main idea(s) from oral and written passages: agreement of adjectives.
2.1.4. Contrasting homophones to use in appropriate context.
2.1.5. Taking care of agreement when talking or writing.
2.1.6. Building active, passive, command, question, and other sentences following syntactic rules.
2.2. Requests help or information for researching purposes. 2.2.1. Using polite requesting phrases presented with accompanying gestures.
2.2.2. Asking for instructions and data.
2.2.3. Making invitations and offering suggestions to solve different problems.
2.2.4. Interacting with people of other cultures regarding customs and lifestyles.
2.2.5. Questioning experts about specific matters.
2.2.6. Reading different texts to get reliable information.
2.3. Makes inferences from simple oral and/or written passages. 2.3.1. Making inferences from simple oral or written passages.
2.3.2. Retelling a story orally or in writing: stemchanging verbs.
2.3.3. Understanding meaning of idioms and slangs in advertisements and songs.
2.4. Makes daily short written journal entries. 2.4.1. Applying writing strategies: main idea, sentence, supporting details, conclusion paragraphs.
2.4.2. Writing paragraphs describing family, school, news, and sports.
2.4.3. Writing short texts about feelings, friends, experiences, dreams, etc., with varied vocabulary and agreement.
2.5. Composes different texts with accurate grammar, spelling and vocabulary. 2.5.1. Describing situations, people, things, events, checking agreements and spelling.
2.5.2. Using cue words and expressions for narrative purposes.
2.5.3. Presenting essays and reports about agreed topics.
2.5.4. Writing figurative texts, such as short poems, songs, stories, riddles, etc.

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Competencias Indicadores de Logros Contenidos
3. Improves his ability to engage with other cultures and develops effectively. 3.1. Interacts with other cultures respecting differences. 3.1.1. Accepting the cultural differences among people from different places.
3.1.2. Sharing experiences from different cultures: how to solve problems, tell jokes, wedding proposals and planning, births, etc.
3.1.3. Describing past customs and legends from target cultures.
3.2. Uses the cultural contributions of other people to enrich their own culture. 3.2.1. Participation in cultural activities of other people.
3.2.2. Identifying important persons from the past and present, and their contributions to the target culture.
3.2.3. Comparing past events with present ones in target cultures to orient planning for the future.
3.2.4. Discussing cross-cultural experiences.
3.2.5. Identification of educational opportunities offered in other countries.
3.3. Compares festive activities in English-speaking countries with Guatemalan holiday traditions. 3.3.1. Learning about the cultural differences and interact with them.
3.3.2. Organizing displays to show different kinds of products and posters.
3.3.3. Dramatizing songs, simple skits or poetry, dealing with familiar topics.
3.3.4. Comparing holiday activities for celebration: Independence day, Labor day, Easter day.
3.3.5. Discussing likes and dislikes in patterns of behavior of target cultures.
3.3.6. Arguing about impact from Anglo- American culture and media to own culture.
3.4. Explores practices and perspectives of contemporary life in the target cultures through print, non-print, electronic material, and cultural artifacts. 3.4.1. Skimming articles for general meaning.
3.4.2. Watching TV programs, reading newspapers and brochures to compare with his/her culture.
3.4.3. Applying technology to task.
3.4.4 Making comparisons, including differentiation, sorting and classifying items.
3.4.5. Finding a cultural meaning in songs, playings and other artistic activities.