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Welcome to Gymnasium Horn Upper School!
- 1 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Greetings in formal contexts Hello, I just wanted to introduce myself. I’m... I’d like to introduce myself. I’m... (Very) nice to meet you Pleased to meet you It’s a pleasure to meet you Likewise... I don’t think/believe we have met before
- 2 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Chain story telling Pick up a postcard from the floor which you think makes you remember one of the following: (a) a memorable event in your life (b) a positive or negative past or recent experience (c) a story about a friend or family member
- 3 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Chain story telling Find another student in the class and introduce yourselves to one another Tell your partner what the picture makes you remember Then listen to your partner’s story Each student must tell his/her story for about one to two minutes only
- 4 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Chain story telling When you have finished exchange pictures and find another student to talk to Introduce yourselves to one another Tell your partner the story of the person you last talked to - give his/her name Swap pictures again and move on to talk to someone reporting the story you’ve just listened to
- 5 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Here is what I expect from you
- 6 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Behaviour in class Respectful, polite and friendly behaviour Honesty Accept hierarchy Know boundaries and limits Grown up working attitude: take over responsibility for your own personal learning success Attentiveness and participation in class: no unrelated side conversations; no “sleeping”, no refusal to work
- 7 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Behaviour in class No German; speak English ONLY Have relevant material at hand (books, novels, handouts, homework) Punctuality No eating and drinking during class No chewing gum
- 8 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Marking 3-4 oral or written exams, vocab tests; brief tests = 40% Oral participation = 60%
- 9 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Criteria for oral grades Speak English before and after the actual lesson. Active participation is necessary for (very) good grades. What you say: Quality (= content + coherence) Quantity (= appropriate length, no waffling) Courage to begin a discussion / an interpretation Reference to what classmates have said before
- 10 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Criteria for oral grades How you say something (“communicative competence”): Appropriate loudness, clarity and fluency Appropriate vocabulary Ability / willingness to paraphrase Linguistic correctness (pronunciation, grammar etc.) but do not be afraid of (grammatical) mistakes Willingness to elaborate, explain and illustrate Appropriate verbal reaction to questions, especially when you cannot give an answer (= avoid silence)
- 11 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Any questions?
- 12 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Homework Carefully carried out (form, handwriting, contents) Checked regularly No homework - tell me at very beginning of the lesson – NOT LATER You are expected to have your homework even if you were absent Will have influence on final mark Identical pieces of homework both count as copied
- 13 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Missed lessons Letters of excuse are only accepted in the first lesson after the one you missed - NOT LATER You are responsible for catching up with what we dealt with during your absence Ask a classmate for lesson vocab, homework and copies - NOT ME In doubt: I will call parents/tutor or ask for medical certificate I’m going to check with other teachers
- 14 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger No plagiarism (from the internet) Plagiarism is theft; is punished severely Normally I can tell immediately if the text is copied Slightest doubts: you will be tested Mark 00 for work habits From then on you will be tested on your homework more thoroughly I will talk with your parents/tutor/head mistress
- 15 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Any questions?
- 16 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Here is what you can expect from me
- 17 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Here is what you can expect from me Respectful, polite and friendly treatment No abuse of hierarchy Competent leadership Equal and fair treatment Reasonable boundaries Punctuality
- 18 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Here is what you can expect from me Transparent and fair marking Clear instructions Being prepared to give reasons for educational decisions Positive role model for English Stress-free atmosphere: feel free/like to talk in English
- 19 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Here is what you can expect from me Stress-free atmosphere: feel free to express your opinion Clearly structured lessons Reasonable and stimulating learning matter
- 20 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Any questions?
- 21 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Course Topic 1 st term: Great Britain
- 22 - ©2009 Dr. Claudia Börger Course Topic 2 nd term: USA
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