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The 5th Lesson Outline

Post  David Sohn on Tue Apr 15 2008, 11:02

Here's my 5th Lesson Outline. I would appreciate it if you give me some comments regarding my Lesson Outline. C u guys in class.


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Post  deep26 on Fri Apr 18 2008, 10:11

Hello Very Happy
I enjoyed your lesson outline. It had a lot of explanations in it and I think the controlled practice
section and the production activity section in your work is especially well fit for your general objective.
I think, since one of your specific objectives is "Learn how to oppose someone’s idea politely", you could have added some expressions about it, like "I think you made a good point, but I think..." in your input material so that the learners can see Robert and Michelle in your dialogue have different ideas each other more clearly, and you could have used the expressions in the drill section so that helping students achieve that abjective more efficiently. it's just my opinion. Very Happy
It's sunny outside today and it makes my feeling refreshed but because of exams and study, I'm quite sleep now kk.
I think you would also be very busy and tired thesedays. I hope you can get good results from your exams!
Have a nice day and see you on monday ^-^
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Post  Jason Renshaw on Sun Apr 20 2008, 12:08

David Sohn wrote:Here's my 5th Lesson Outline. I would appreciate it if you give me some comments regarding my Lesson Outline. C u guys in class.


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Hi David,

This is an excellent effort. You've put so much detail and thought into this, and the result is great. I really like the inclusion of the review/combination section - shows me that you have been paying attention to examples given to you!

I agree totally with Hyun-ae's very useful feedback to you, but I'd also like to suggest the following:

* Your noticing section could include something to help learners recognize how to add reasons to the initial statement of opinion.

* It's a good idea to show the range/flexibility of the skills you are teaching. All of your practice elements focus on talking about the Internet, as does the production section. It might have been good to show the learners that this approach can be used for other subjects/issues as well, so that they can take the skill they have learned and apply it to a variety of other prompts.

However, this is one of the best lesson outlines I have seen posted, so rest assured you are on the right track. You've shown outstanding progress in this course (when I consider your very first lesson outline...).

Keep up the great work,

~ Jason


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