Writing is driving me nuts
Universitat de Lleida. Institut de Ciències de l'Educació
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These are a series of units designed by ESO teachers for ESO students who have to pass the External Examination of Competències Bàsiques de 4t ESO. This exam consists of three parts: listening comprehension, reading comprehension and written production. Traditionally, the written part of this test is the one with the lowest marks. The aim of the authors of these thirteen units was to give 4th ESO English students the necessary practice to achieve their best written competence. The writing activities from the first test onwards were analysed. The two most well- known approaches to writing teaching -process writing and writing as a product- were also studied. As a result of those reflections, these units were designed. Written language also implies the knowledge of different types of text. Students need to be aware that, depending on the type of text, the structure to organise ideas varies. The type of text is chosen according to its different objectives and purposes. The units also provide examples of the texts to be written, which learners analyse and can use as models. The units follow the guidelines in the Curriculum for ESO Generalitat de Catalunya (2015) as their aims are to achieve the Basic Competences related to writing:
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