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G1 - Conditional conundrum  ‘How many conditional forms are there in English?’  DoS: 3 / 4 / 5 / 5 plus  “If I’ve got home, I’ll deal with that”  unfinished.

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1 G1 - Conditional conundrum  ‘How many conditional forms are there in English?’  DoS: 3 / 4 / 5 / 5 plus  “If I’ve got home, I’ll deal with that”  unfinished  TASK  “If I was a doctor”  ‘grammaring’ Discussion Internet research Reference book

2 G2 - Infinite clone tool Right or wrong? “I am born in Poona” “I have seen Mark yesterday” “I am in London for two days” “If I will see James, I will give him the message”

3 G3 - Unlikely-likely language  40 persons / 40 people.  We're at Stockholm / We're in Stockholm  If we would have done that…….  Did you do that already? / Have you done it yet?  If I was you / If I were you  Charles, you're not understanding me

4 G4 – Future Pie Going to Present continuous Will Authentic Restricted Clarification (Scrivener)

5 G5 Grammar matrix

6 V1 - Word frequency

7 V2 Storage

8 V3 Wordle

9 V4 - Note-able words

10 V5 – Open dictionary

11 (3) Skills Listening Reading Receptive Speaking Writing Productive

12 L1 - MEC Then Now  “I’m going to play the tape twice…….”  Bookmark it!  Choice – how many times? with or without sub-titles?

13 L2 Lesson stream (Jamie Keddie)

14 L3 Listening and reading L4 Sentences out of sequence

15 L5 Options - sound only / no sound

16 Task  Think of a song with lyrics you would love your learners to read!

17 R1 – Gapping lyrics   Nick Cave

18 R2 - Reading

19 R3 E-lessons

20 R4 – The wonderful world of E-books Kindle Alice for the iPad

21 R5 Screen reveal tool – speed read

22 Speaking S1 - Flip video

23 S2 - Voting devices “Students should turn off their mobile phones in class” Vote now: 1 – Yes 2 - Unsure 3 – No

24 S3 - Timed anecdotes Task repetition

25 S4 Pecha Kucha 20 images x 20 seconds 6 minutes, 40 seconds Death by Power Point ペチャクチャ

26 S5 – Lesson one

27 Task  What are the Latin originals?  Viz.  N.B.  E.g.  i.e.

28 W1 – Note-taking - abbreviations  What are the Latin originals?  Viz. - videlict  N.B. – nota bene  E.g. – exemplum gratis  i.e. – id est

29 Writing - wiki W2 – Peer correction W3 - Refutation

30 W4 - Handwriting recognition software

31 W5 - Process writing BrainstormEdit Review Final proof

32 P1 – stress shift TASK  Where’s the stress?  Record (vb)  Record (n)

33 P2 – interactive charts

34 Pronunciation  P3 - Sound linking  Take it in / one apple / five elephants  P4 - Homographs  Read / wind / row / tear  P5 - Past simple endings  /t/ - /id/ - /d/

35 Task  How do you feel about students playing language games?

36 G1 – Mobile - recycling

37 G2 – customising games - NIOD

38 G3 Bridge builder

39 Games  G4 – Digital die  G5 – Kooshball!

40 Task  Your student asks you to recommend a dictionary. Which dictionary do you recommend?

41 L2L 1 – Effective dictionary use

42 L2L 2 HEDs Handheld electronic dictionaries Benefits of the ‘favourites’ section on learner retention Cross- checking from a bi-lingual dictionary to a mono-lingual dictionary

43 Learning to learn  L2L 3 – Needs analysis  L2L 4 - Course introduction  L2L 5 - Continuing to learn


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