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To Increase English Practice Stephanie Hanson Senior English Language Fellow U.S. Embassy - Quito
How many hours per week are your students in class? How many hours per week are your students out of class?
QUESTION:How can students practice English more outside of class? ANSWER: Homework QUESTION:How can students practice listening to English more outside of class? ANSWER: Listening Logs!
“A record of performance, events, or day-to-day activities.”
Where can students listen to English outside of class?
Listen to 2 minutes of English and take notes Each week submit a ONE PAGE report: Title and source Notes 2 vocabulary words + definitions Paragraph: summary + reaction
TITLE & SOURCE(citation)1 pt. NOTES(note-taking)2 pts. VOCABULARY(vocabulary)2 pts. SUMMARY(writing, summarizing) 2 pts. REACTION(critical thinking)2 pts.
Many sources to listen to English on the internet or TV Voice of America Special English categories.cfm
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Online Writing Lab Podcasts 733/01/ 733/01/ The Bob and Rob Show /index.php /index.php MORE at
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1. How/where can students practice reading outside of class? 2. How can we use those resources for a reading log?
1. How/where can students practice writing outside of class? 2. How can we use those resources for a writing log?
Stephanie Hanson Senior English Language Fellow U.S. Embassy, Quito
What is an Interactive Notebook? A tool to strengthen the learning process through increased student participation & writing Creative way used at home.
Listening skills Read the notes quickly and get a general idea before listening Guess the missing words according to the context before listening Use.
Integrating Podcasts into Your Teaching Christopher Essex Indiana University School of Education Instructional Consulting Office
Welcome to your computer class! This class helps you: know more English words and grammar, listen and speak better and have more success with a computer,
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE PRESCRIPTION SYSTEM.
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Why We Write: Write down your homework: Free Write Activity from the Bingo Handout.
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EFFECTIVE NOTE TAKING STRATEGIES: Cornell Note Taking System & Learning Log.
Justin Reich Thomas Daccord Falmouth High School, 1/18/2008.
Why We Write: Write down your homework: Free Write Activity.
Lesson 9 A news website is not as personal as a TV news show
LETS LOOK AT HOW THE NEWS IS MADE! WHY ARE NEWS SOURCES BIASED?
Clock Buddies Tired of having a hard time grouping students? Are your students picking the same partner over and over? Heres the solution: –Use the clock.
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Starter Activity Where have you heard the word ‘bias’ or ‘biased’ before? Discuss this question in your table pairs Make a list in the back of your book.
Trash or Treasure? You have to DIG to find out!!!.
The News Report How to write an awesome news report on your literacy test.
Put a Ring on It Commit to the book you have and create the program you need.
Chapter _____: [Title of chapter]. Characters [List the main characters who appear in this chapter. Try to keep them in order. Explain who each character.
Independent Reading Fill out your “In Class” reading log Make sure you either write a summary of what you are reading or make a connection to the reading.
Main Task By Pan Xiaojin play badminton listen to the radio have lessons watch TVplay basketball do morning exercises.
Objective This section tells why definitions and examples are important, and shows students how to recognize them while reading. Part Four, Reading Comprehension.
Active Reading Strategies Making the Invisible Visible.
Broadcast Journalism DASA Digital Journalism Mr. Katopodis.
Common Core Standards (What this means in computer class)
WHAT DO YOU SEE? This resource is designed to get you thinking. Look at each image and think to yourself where you think the people are from, how old they.
READING GOALS IMPLEMENTATION Big Horn High School School Improvement.
School News – parents, students, and teachers Local News – people who live in the community Sports News – people who are interested in sports Entertainment.
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