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Post  Jason Renshaw on Thu Apr 10 2008, 09:05

Hi all,

As you may recall, I demonstrated to you (in week 2 of the coursewwork) what I believe to be two of the most effective and practical activities for use in large secondary school classrooms: "Finding Out" and "Dictogloss".

Below you will find direct links to much more detailed explanations of the activities:


"Finding Out":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_finding_out.html


"Dictogloss":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_dictogloss.html


If you have forgotten what these are about, I suggest you review your knowledge of them...

Best wishes,

~ Jason


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Re: Links to follow up information for the "FINDING OUT" and "DICTOGLOSS" activities...

Post  Bae Sung-han on Thu Apr 10 2008, 10:40

Jason Renshaw wrote:Hi all,

As you may recall, I demonstrated to you (in week 2 of the coursewwork) what I believe to be two of the most effective and practical activities for use in large secondary school classrooms: "Finding Out" and "Dictogloss".

Below you will find direct links to much more detailed explanations of the activities:


"Finding Out":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_finding_out.html


"Dictogloss":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_dictogloss.html


If you have forgotten what these are about, I suggest you review your knowledge of them...

Best wishes,

~ Jason


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I love your class activities like things above. Right now, I can't do it due to the lack of time. I wish I were in middle school. Having a conversation with the other students is most important in Korean students' situation.
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Good activities~

Post  Kyeong-im on Sun Apr 13 2008, 17:50

Jason Renshaw wrote:Hi all,

As you may recall, I demonstrated to you (in week 2 of the coursewwork) what I believe to be two of the most effective and practical activities for use in large secondary school classrooms: "Finding Out" and "Dictogloss".

Below you will find direct links to much more detailed explanations of the activities:


"Finding Out":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_finding_out.html


"Dictogloss":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_dictogloss.html


If you have forgotten what these are about, I suggest you review your knowledge of them...

Best wishes,

~ Jason


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Dear, professor
These are very useful activies, I think, especially when no participants know one another. The "Finding out" activity let students know others in comfortable atmosphere. very natural way... Unfortunately, in Korea, because we used to have hard-ticket and teachers don't like moving in the classroom during the course I hadn't had that kind of lesson.
However, here, we can do that and it is really good experience to me. Someday I will try it in my classroom. ^^
Thank you for tips~! Like a Star @ heaven
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Oh~Thank you^^

Post  Han Kyoung Jae on Mon Apr 14 2008, 21:55

Jason Renshaw wrote:Hi all,

As you may recall, I demonstrated to you (in week 2 of the coursewwork) what I believe to be two of the most effective and practical activities for use in large secondary school classrooms: "Finding Out" and "Dictogloss".

Below you will find direct links to much more detailed explanations of the activities:


"Finding Out":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_finding_out.html


"Dictogloss":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_dictogloss.html


If you have forgotten what these are about, I suggest you review your knowledge of them...

Best wishes,

~ Jason


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Thank you professor. This site is very useful. Doing many kinds of interesting and funny activities like these is a good and helpful way to teach students effectively. As you know, just studying English grammar and vocabulary is very boring, and practice makes perfect. Also during doing these activities, students may not feel bored. I want to make use of these activities as much as possible, if the condition of teaching students is possible.
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Post  eunjin39 on Tue Apr 15 2008, 21:55

You're so kind ~
I think you're a good example as a teacher,
and I hope someday I can be like you!!
See you ~!
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I'm always late!

Post  Kang Eunmi on Wed Apr 16 2008, 15:43

Rolling Eyes Why am I always late to find out this useful sites from Jason?

I want to be a teacher who always tries to organize some useful materials like Jason.

I need to be more diligent and planned through this course.

Aside from this activity, I've been learning to be a sincere teacher!! Laughing
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Post  Mi Jin Jeong on Wed Apr 16 2008, 18:49

Jason Renshaw wrote:Hi all,

As you may recall, I demonstrated to you (in week 2 of the coursewwork) what I believe to be two of the most effective and practical activities for use in large secondary school classrooms: "Finding Out" and "Dictogloss".

Below you will find direct links to much more detailed explanations of the activities:


"Finding Out":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_finding_out.html


"Dictogloss":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_dictogloss.html


If you have forgotten what these are about, I suggest you review your knowledge of them...

Best wishes,

~ Jason


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Thanks so much,sir.

These are really helpful to get more understanding.
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Thank U so much!

Post  Hyo-Jin Kim on Thu Apr 17 2008, 12:41

Dear Jason,

Hello. Razz
I didn't know if you uploaded them here.
So I had made them by myself to use them in my class.
I'm still bring them into my grammar and listening classes
as they work a lot better than I expected.
I always appreciate your great tips for practical teaching.
See you later.

Best wishes,

Hyo-Jin
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Great tools for learning English.

Post  Boyun Park on Thu Apr 24 2008, 08:14

Jason Renshaw wrote:Hi all,

As you may recall, I demonstrated to you (in week 2 of the coursewwork) what I believe to be two of the most effective and practical activities for use in large secondary school classrooms: "Finding Out" and "Dictogloss".

Below you will find direct links to much more detailed explanations of the activities:


"Finding Out":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_finding_out.html


"Dictogloss":
http://www.englishraven.com/SLAC_dictogloss.html


If you have forgotten what these are about, I suggest you review your knowledge of them...

Best wishes,

~ Jason


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I remeber having done these activities in earlier classes. We didn't know each other well back then but started talking in English to one another after interactive 'finding out' activity had begun. Very Happy I still can't believe how actively we spoke to each other with much enthusiasm after just little meeting. Surprised This activity will help students to improve their speaking skills and also it's a wonderful tool to use for ice breaking time! Exclamation Thank you for uploading a helpful site !sunny
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Thank you.

Post  Yoobin Cha on Thu May 15 2008, 19:30

It was great opener to speak with others.
At first, just greeting classmates was hard to me but this activities made me encourage to speak with others.
It's very helpful site. I can print out whenever I want to and it's free.
Thank you, Jason.
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wow!

Post  sunnypine on Thu Jun 05 2008, 11:14

I've been looking all websites you put here. I'm so lazy right? haha I'm teaching Kindergarten kids, so i might have to change some to adapt to my kids. I love teaching and speaking English. yay! Smile
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