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Post  Abby Yun on Mon Apr 07 2008, 19:30

It's too big to uproad my file.
So, I leave the link to my blog (even though I hardly ever use the blog)
Sorry for making you confused.

Please enjoy my 4th lesson outline and don't hesitate to leave your opnions.
I want to get your opinions :-)

http://blog.paran.com/ziorcee/25454309


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Yun, Ji ah
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Post  Young on Tue Apr 08 2008, 13:46

I enjoyed your outline. I like that your outline has specific explanation. And in the drill section, it is a good idea that you devide three parts and explain each one. Plus, tip table looks so cute and effective.
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Post  deep26 on Sat Apr 12 2008, 10:31

Hello Abby Very Happy
Your lesson outline is impressive. I think is neatly orgernized and your detail explanation on this
outline is also impressive. I think you poured lots of effort for producing this assignment...
I like your idea of explaning words for students. When studenrs learn new words in classroom, if teachers show real example sentences and give more easy-to-understand and detailed explanation for students, it will be more helpful for students.
The midterm exams are coming... Cheer up and good luck for you! Very Happy
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Post  Jason Renshaw on Sun Apr 20 2008, 01:57

Abby Yun wrote:It's too big to uproad my file.
So, I leave the link to my blog (even though I hardly ever use the blog)
Sorry for making you confused.

Please enjoy my 4th lesson outline and don't hesitate to leave your opnions.
I want to get your opinions :-)

http://blog.paran.com/ziorcee/25454309


Best Wishes,
Yun, Ji ah

Hi Abby,

You've done a great effort here.

For the noticing section, at first I felt a little mixed about the approach because you introduce some complicated terms for the learners to work with, and this might distract them a little from the chance of direct noticing with the language they already have at their disposal. Of course, you have a good approach to helping them understand these, so your noticing section involves some vocabulary development as well. It's original and creates your own style, so I like that.

In your drill section, I would have liked to see some more choral work to ease students into the language practice. You pretty much hand it straight to the learners to work on by themselves. That might work in a confident class, but other classes could stumble a little and lose confidence if they're not entirely sure what to do.

The discourse awareness section is well formatted, but I didn't see any particularly original approach for helping the learners learn or notice more about English discourse patterns. I think you need to add something a little more innovative here in terms of how you apply it in the classroom.

Despite those criticisms, this is a very good piece of work, and shows a lot of thought and confidence in your ability to deliver a speaking lesson. That's great!

~ Jason


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