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Oposiciones Galicia 2017: Profesores Secundaria y Maestros. Inglés.

Profesores Secundaria Inglés:

  • 50 places in total   – 47 Libres  (Open) & 3 for candidates with disabilities.
  • 12 places for limited access: From Group A2 to Group A1: -12 in total
  • Requirements: Need to speak Galician (Celga 4), Spanish & English.
  • Application Dates: 18th April to 9th may 2017.
  • Dates for the exam: Probably 24th June.

Maestros Inglés:

  • 45 places in total: 42 Open & 3 for candidates with disabilities.
  • Requirements: Need to speak Galician, Spanish & English.
  • Application Dates: 18th April to 9th may 2017.

Profesores inglés secundarias: The Exam

Libres (Open) 

1st Part: 

It consists of 2 parts:

Part A: Language Practice:
  1. From a text in prose (novel, essay or journalistic article) answer questions on the functional use of language and on linguistic, literary or socio-cultural features.
  2. Essay on current issues.

The length will be established by the Panels, but will not be more than 3 hours.

The mark represents 60% of the total mark for the 1st part.

Part B: Essay writing on Topics:

From the official list of 69 topics (published in the Official Gazette in September 1993), 4 topics are drawn, and the candidate has to write on one of them for two hours.

The mark represents 40% of the total mark for the 1st part.

The candidate reads the two parts aloud in front of the panel.  You need to get at least 25% in each part to qualify, and at least 5o%  of the total mark to be able to go to the 2nd Part.

 If you want to prepare for this part, Poppies offers you a large selection of materials:

  • Published with 7 Editores-Mad to Prepare for Part 1 A: (Análisis de Textos y Volumen Práctico)
  • Available at the Poppies-Moodle Platform to prepare for Part 1 A & B:
    • 22 topics combined with Language Practice +
    • Mini-course with tips to study, stages to follow when studying the topics and the 7 Golden Rules to draft brilliant essays.
    • Videos focusing on the key elements to cover the topics and explanations for the Language Practice Answer Key.
  • …And you finish those 22 topics and the Language Part …
  • You can have 3 more topics + Further Language Practice + Materials and Clear Guidance to draft 2 other topics so that they truly are your own. 
  • Ask for information about this option here:

2nd Part

When you have passed the 1st part, you need to hand in a syllabus design or teaching programme for a specific year, either for Compulsory Secondary Education or for Bachillerato (Higher Secondary Education).

Requirements for the Syllabus Design or Teaching Programme (Programación didáctica) in Galicia 2017

Your syllabus design needs to include:

  • Objectives, Competences, Contents, Approaches to Language teaching and learning, Expected Learning Outcomes and Learning Standards for assessment, assessment criteria and how you are planning to cater for those students who need special educational support.
  • At least, 15 Didactic Units (Numbered from 1-15).
  • 60 pages maximum, excluding annexes and front page, in DIN-A4, on one page, double spaced, Font Arial 12.
  • Your name and details should be on the front page.

If you need help with your syllabus design or teaching programme:

  • Our just-about-to-be-released book “Inglés Programación Didáctica” published with 7 Editores-MAD is what you need.
  • Plus, as from 26th June to 2nd July, we are running a 1-week Course using the book as the starting point + Videos and other resources to guide Candidates from Galicia to adapt the syllabus design to the specific needs of that Autonomous Region (Comunidad Autónoma).
  • The number of places is limited. To ask for information or book a place, fill in the form above, specifying that it is for the Programación Didáctica.
Oral Presentation

The second part of the exam, proper, consists of giving the rationale behind your syllabus, orally for 20 minutes, together with the presentation of one of the units in your syllabus design (3 are drawn from the 15 included in your syllabus, and then you select 1 out of those 3). The presentation of the unit lasts for a maximum of 30 minutes.

Once the 3 units are drawn, you spend one hour isolated in a classroom, preparing your presentation, both of the rationale and the unit of your choice. You can use the materials you consider appropriate, but with no internet conexion.

In the unit you should include the learning objectives (or expected learning outcomes), learning and teaching activities and their assessment.

For the oral presentation of the Rationale you may use a one-page outline and for the presentation of the unit you may use the materials you wish provided the panel agrees.

Here you have all the information of this call

Apasionada de la lengua inglesa y sus múltiples matices, mi objetivo es ayudarte en la preparación de la oposición a profesores de inglés y contribuir a que la escuela pública ofrezca la enseñanza de calidad –de y en lengua inglesa– que nuestros alumnos necesitan en el s. XXI

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