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Post  David Sohn on Mon Apr 07 2008, 04:54

I posted up my 4th lesson outline on my blog. I would be very glad and grateful to see your feedbacks, guys! Smile C u all in class!


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:D

Post  Jeong,HyoJin on Tue Apr 08 2008, 19:22

Hi! I saw your lesson outline.

You did great job, I think. Very Happy

But... how about writing the methodology of discourse awareness activity section more specifically? That'd be better. Very Happy

And in sounds part, you selected /r/,/v/,/p/ sound.
I think it'd be better, if you also give /f/ sound.
Then, you can teach them more effectively, comparing /v/,/p/ and /f/ sound.

Have a nice holiday~ Very Happy
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Thanks! :)

Post  David Sohn on Tue Apr 08 2008, 21:57

Hey! Thanks a lot for your advice. I really appreciate it. I really agree on your comment. I hope you have a wonderful holiday also. C u in class!
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Post  Jeong,HyoJin on Thu Apr 10 2008, 09:34

You're welcome~

See you next week with 1st exam. Very Happy
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Post  Jason Renshaw on Sun Apr 20 2008, 01:42

David Sohn wrote:I posted up my 4th lesson outline on my blog. I would be very glad and grateful to see your feedbacks, guys! Smile C u all in class!


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Hi David,

This is a really great lesson outline. I particularly liked your noticing section and the thought that went into the drill as well. It was interesting to see the variations and also grammar points you brought up in the drill section.

The only things I think could do with improvement are the applications and activities associated with the enunciation and discourse awareness sections. For enunciation, I would have liked to see more detail and originality in the activitiy approach for each separate part (sounds/words/sentences). For discourse awareness, it looks pretty much like you think the activity just speaks for itself - does it? Are you sure just practicing this as it is will guarantee that the learners pick up some important information about how English discourse works?

Despite those small issues, overall you've made a fine lesson outline. Keep up the great work!

~ Jason


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