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Post  Kanghoon Jang on Mon Apr 14 2008, 20:05

Hi, everyone!

I did finish my fifth one. However, mone is too big to post here.
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Re: Outline 5th.

Post  Jason Renshaw on Sun Apr 20 2008, 10:41

Kanghoon Jang wrote:Hi, everyone!

I did finish my fifth one. However, mone is too big to post here.
Please visit my humble homepage. http://www.cyworld.com/josephjjang

Thank you and sorry for your inconvenience.

Good nite and sweet dream! also good luck to everyone including me!

Best wishes,


Kanghoon

Hi Kanghoon,

Thanks for your effort with this lesson outline. There are a lot of positive things about it (I thought the drill and enunciation sections were much better than your earlier efforts), but also some things you need to think about more:

* In noticing, you keep asking "how?" questions but don't give any indication what kind of responses you expect from the students or how you would assist them with understanding your prompts. A good example is this one: How does Denny represent details to root for the experiences? I'm pretty sure students would have no idea what you are talking about here (in fact, I don't really understand myself...), and there is nothing in your notes about how you would help them.

* The language in your drill examples needs to be checked much more carefully. The third and fourth drill patterns are incorrect examples of English and I think would also be quite confusing to your learners.

* Your controlled practice doesn't really seem to match your objectives and the model input texts at the start. It feels quite out of place here and I'm not sure it will help the students build up their own ability to talk about the theme.

Other than those things, you are showing a lot of positive development.

~ Jason


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Post  Kanghoon Jang on Sun Apr 20 2008, 19:29

Hello, Jason!

Thank you so much for your feedback. Actually, I have been waiting for your feedback to correct my false parts of my outline. I think that this is really good ways to learn.

Thank you again Jason! I feel learn what I never know hat I can't describe any words in your class.

I am going to Email to you including my mid-term soon.

Good night and have a sweet dream!


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