Historia de la Psicologia, Ejercicios de Psicología. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
musiclove22_
musiclove22_

Historia de la Psicologia, Ejercicios de Psicología. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

8 páginas
4Número de visitas
Descripción
Asignatura: Acció col.lectiva, Profesor: María Álvarez, Carrera: Psicologia, Universidad: UOC
20 Puntos
Puntos necesarios para descargar
este documento
Descarga el documento
Vista previa3 páginas / 8
Esta solo es una vista previa
3 páginas mostradas de 8 páginas totales
Descarga el documento
Esta solo es una vista previa
3 páginas mostradas de 8 páginas totales
Descarga el documento
Esta solo es una vista previa
3 páginas mostradas de 8 páginas totales
Descarga el documento
Esta solo es una vista previa
3 páginas mostradas de 8 páginas totales
Descarga el documento

CA4 Storytelling

TASK 4.1 Overview 31/3/17 – 11/4/17* Tool/Classroom spacePre-task 4.1

1. Storytelling Part 1self-correcting exercises2. Online quiz about Reading habits 3. Initial group decisions

1. Materials 2. Quiz link 3. Work group space

TASK 4.1 (60% of CA4 mark)

1. Write individual section of Chain story 2. Give peer feedback and edit story together 3. Post finished story

1. Group Wiki 2. Group Wiki 3. Forum

Post-task 4.1 Respond to classmates' stories

Forum

TASK 4.2 Overview 12/4/17 – 24/4/17* Tool/Classroom space Pre-task 4.2

Storytelling Part 2 self-correcting exercises

Materials

TASK 4.2 (40% of CA4 mark)

1. Guess the Ending! Video 2. Respond to classmates’ videos

1. Langblog 2. Langblog

Post-task 4.2

Reflect on speaking performance

Forum

*Work can be sent in before if you wish

Skills work 31/3/17 – 24/4/17 Tool/Classroom space

Reading Comprehension exercise Reading 2

CA4 Objectives

 write a collaborative group story

 give and respond to feedback from groupmates on your writing

 tell an anecdote about your family

CA4 is worth 20% of your Final CA mark. You will receive individual feedback of the writing activity in

Task 4.1 for this CA. See Appendix 1 for the assessment criteria for CA4.

In order to pass Continuous Assessment, you must participate in the tasks in all six CAs.

CA4 Feedback & Assessment

CA4 Storytelling

1. Storytelling Part 1 self-correcting exercises

Start by doing the exercises in Storytelling Part 1 which you can find in Materials in the classroom.

They will help you widen your vocabulary, revise grammar areas and you’ll read and listen to ideas

about the topic in the assessed task.

Don’t forget to share different vocabulary items, expressions and grammar points

that you have learnt in the I’ve learnt something today! folder in the Forum.

2. Do an online quiz

Click on this link to do a quick quiz about your reading habits. Send your answers and then look at

previous responses to see the results from others.

3. Initial group decisions

In Task 4.1, you are going to write a story together with your group which you will then revise and

rewrite, incorporating feedback from your groupmates. In order to function well, group work needs all

members to keep in touch with their group and contribute regularly.

Look at the CA4 Story prompts document in the classroom and decide with your group in your Group

Discussion which type of story your group will write together. You will do the writing in a chain. The

first person writes the beginning and then the next one reads that and continues the story, etc. The

last person should write an appropriate ending. So, plan the work by deciding on deadlines and the

part of the story each member of the group will write. For example:

Title & introduction Body 1 Body 2 Ending

Ana: Wednesday am Montse: Thursday pm Arnau: Friday am Pedro: Saturday am

Finally, decide who will be responsible for:

 creating a new page in the Group Wiki called CA4 Group Story

 contacting the teacher when the story is ready to be checked

 posting the final version of the story to the CA4 folder in the Forum

Pre-task 4.1 31/3/17 – 2/4/17

CA4 Storytelling

Your group see the following advert on a popular education website:

Chain Stories wanted!

To promote group work and build a sense of community in online educational contexts, we are asking

groups of students to produce a chain story. A chain story is a story written in sections, with a

different writer for each part. Good chain stories should flow from section to section so that they are

easy to read but still fulfil the main aim of any story, i.e. to entertain!

Come on! Get in touch with your peers and get writing! You can choose to write a story in any of the

following areas: adventure, historical, horror, humorous, romance or science fiction.

To help you, we’ve provided two documents:

Story prompts which contains key words to include for each of these types of story

Process collaborative writing which shows how to write a story together

Each member of the group needs to write between 150-200 words. This means that a group of four

people should produce a story of 600-800 words.

You’ll then need to work together to put the different parts into one story, making the overall story

flow well. Each person in the group will also need to help the other group members with feedback to

edit and improve the story!

When all the members of your group are happy with the story, send it to us. We can’t wait to read

them all!

Important: All work you submit must be original. You must write in your own words. Material taken

from other sources must be credited. http://cv.uoc.edu/~s_eao_0005_u01/plagiarism_IM.htm

1. Write your part

Following the plan established from Pre-task 3, write your part of the story on the

Group Wiki CA4 Group Story page. Remember to include the keywords from CA4

Story prompts.

When the group has finished the first draft, inform your teacher who will provide

feedback which focuses on vocabulary.

TASK 4.1 Chain story 3/4/17 – 11/4/17

CA4 Storytelling

2. Feedback and edit

Read the story and give your peers feedback. For help on this, go to the Text cohesion and Checking

your writing sections in the self-correcting exercises in Storytelling Part 1 Communication strategies.

IMPORTANT: Your feedback should focus on the VOCABULARY used. Consider:

 Has the group used all the keywords from the CA4 Story Prompts document?

 Are appropriate synonyms used to avoid repetition?

 Can you see any false friends, such as actual (Catalan/Spanish) ≠ actual (English)?

 Are there any spelling mistakes that need correcting?

If you see other errors, such as with grammar or punctuation, point them out to the writer. DO NOT make changes to other students’ work. Some useful phrases for giving constructive peer feedback:

I liked the way you… (positive) Why don't you… (suggestion) I suggest writing/changing/explaining… (suggestion) Have you thought about including… (suggestion) It's not clear to me what you mean… (request for explanation)

To leave feedback, click on ‘Edit’ > highlight the text you want to comment on > click on the ‘Comment’ button and write your feedback. Alternatively, leave your comments below your groupmates’ sections in a different colour. Remember to click SAVE when you have finished. With the feedback you receive from your groupmates and teacher, edit your part to improve it.

Finally, your group needs to make sure your chain story reads as a coherent text.

To help you do this, here is some advice:

 Check the time connectors so that the reader can follow the sequence of

events in your story (e.g. at first, then, beforehand, afterwards, as soon as,

while, eventually, etc.)

 Are all the sentences clear enough to be understood without a second reading?

 Make sure that verb tenses and pronouns-nouns are consistent throughout the story

 Check and correct spelling mistakes and use the same font colour and size

CA4 Storytelling

3. Post finished story

When you are all happy with your Group Story, post it underneath your original one in your Group

Wiki page so that your teacher can see the changes. Then, submit your story to the Forum > CA4

Storytelling.

NB: The mark for this part of CA4 will be the same for all group members that actively participate in

writing their individual section and editing the final version sent to the Forum.

Read the other stories which are published and reply to some of them in the Forum. Answer some (or

all!) of the following questions.

 Did you enjoy the story?

 What was your favourite part?

 Did you think the story was an effective chain story? i.e. Did the different parts flow together?

 Would you have chosen a different ending?

 Was there anything you didn’t understand that you would like clarified?

See Appendix 2 for an example of what you can write.

Pre-task 4.2 12/4/17 – 14/4/17

Storytelling Part 2 self-correcting exercises

Do the self-correcting exercises in Storytelling Part 2 in Materials in the classroom. They will help you

widen your vocabulary, revise grammar areas and you’ll read and listen to ideas about the topic in the

assessed task.

Don’t forget to share different vocabulary items, expressions and grammar points

that you have learnt in the I’ve learnt something today! folder in the Forum.

Post-task 4.1 10/4/17 – 11/4/17

CA4 Storytelling

TASK 4.2 Guess the ending! 15/4/17 – 24/4/17

An online video booth has been set up on your local council website so

that citizens can record themselves telling a story about a member of

their family. The aim of this initiative is to encourage greater interaction

between different generations in the community.

Guess the ending!

Visit the online video booth and tell us a family story/anecdote/adventure involving a member of

your family so we can try and guess the ending. You will need to post two videos and at least two

audios/videos.

1. Your first video should answer the following questions in about one minute:

 Who is the story about? Describe the person.

 Where and when did the story happen?

 What were the main events (but don’t tell us the ending!)?

2. Watch other videos and post audio or video replies to at least two stories with your guesses to

how they ended.

When a few people have replied to your first video, post your second video (30 seconds approx.) as a

reply to your first video and tell us the ending of the story so we can check if we guessed correctly!

We can’t wait to see your videos and try to guess how your story ends.

Post your video in Langblog > CA4 Storytelling.

Remember, DO NOT tell us the ending of the story – we will try to guess what happened.

Try to incorporate language items from the self-correcting exercises in Storytelling Part 2 such as

vocabulary about ‘The Family’ and ‘Adjectives for describing people’. You may prepare some notes,

but DO NOT read directly from a prepared script. You should try to sound as natural and spontaneous

as possible.

NB: It is your responsibility to check the quality of the recording and repeat the activity if necessary. If

you have any problems using Langblog, click on Help in Langblog.

CA4 Storytelling

Post-Task 4.2 23/4/17 – 24/4/17

Tell us how you felt you did in this activity. Answer some (or all!) of the following questions:

 Did you tell your story fluently, using intonation and without reading?

 Do you feel your speaking is getting better and you are more confident?

 Were you able to guess the endings of the stories correctly?

Post a message to the I’ve learnt something today! folder in the Forum with your thoughts.

Skills work Reading 2 31/3/17 – 24/4/17

This is the second of three Reading Comprehension exercises you will do this semester. Use this

exercise to practise your comprehension skills as the mark will not count towards CA. However, the

third reading will count towards your CA6 mark. To do this comprehension exercise, click on the link

Reading 2 in your classroom. Your mark will be available after the deadline.

CA4 Storytelling

Appendix 1 Assessment Criteria CA4

40% of the mark for CA4 will be a group mark based on your chain story for Task 4.1 using these criteria:

• Completion of Task 4.1

• Use of grammar

• Use of vocabulary and expressions from the unit and Story Prompts document

 Organisation of the text into sentences and appropriate paragraphs

For more details, see the Writing_assessment_criteria document in the classroom.

20% of the mark for CA4 will be based on your Contributions to group work in Task 4.1:

• Did you respond promptly to your group mates?

• Did you give helpful feedback?

 Did you participate actively in the editing process?

40% of the mark for CA4 will be based on your contributions to Task 4.2 in Langblog using these criteria:

• Completion of Task 4.2

• Effective presentation strategies: sentence stress, pauses, fluency, etc.

 Natural intonation

• Use of grammar

• Use of vocabulary and expressions from the unit

For more details, see the Oral_assessment_criteria_Langblog document in the classroom.

Appendix 2 Example feedback

Dear Group Alaska,

I loved reading your story about the ice-cream monster. The story flowed and it didn’t read as if 4

different people had written it! It was so sad when summer came and the monster melted, though.

She deserved a chance to help the people she had scared. I don’t really understand what happens

when it gets cold again – does the monster come back to life? Well done for writing such an

entertaining horror story!

No hay comentarios
Esta solo es una vista previa
3 páginas mostradas de 8 páginas totales
Descarga el documento