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Post  Hwan Ki, Kim on Mon Apr 14 2008, 23:30

Dear Classmates

I uploaded in my cyworld, too.
It's in the board.
I think you need to click the name of file.
Sorry if it troubles you.

Thank you for your persistence.

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Post  Jason Renshaw on Sun Apr 20 2008, 11:32

Hwan Ki, Kim wrote:Dear Classmates

I uploaded in my cyworld, too.
It's in the board.
I think you need to click the name of file.
Sorry if it troubles you.

Thank you for your persistence.

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Hi Hwan Ki,

This lesson outline is generally a good effort. Where I think it falls down a little:

* I don't understand the different models in the input. The first one seems like a good model which will be useful later to students when they have to do this on their own, but the second is more descriptive and doesn't seem as well aligned to the lesson objectives. I think students would get confused between the two models.

* You need more detail and originality in the enunciation section.

* The controlled practice is confusing. The sentences selected look random and don't build up to a polished, unified response that can become an additional model to the students. It looks more like a basic grammar exercise with no centralized purpose.

* The lesson does not have enough focus, so by the time the students are asked to produce at the end, I'm not sure they will have good clear models to follow. Whatever you use as input at the start should form a consistent model for them to notice from, practice in drills and enunciation, practice in controlled fashion, and then emulate in their own production.

I hope this helps!

~ Jason


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