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Welcome to EC1 (English Communication 1). Instructor: Mike Satterthwaite Please call me “Mike”. Find someone who…. Bingo. Today’s “Lesson”. Teacher Introduction 2. Syllabus Required Text Book Grading Criteria Teacher Expectations 3. Go Home and Sleep!. What’s the difference?.

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Welcome to ec1 english communication 1

Welcome to EC1(English Communication 1)

Instructor: Mike Satterthwaite

Please call me “Mike”



Today’s “Lesson”

  • Teacher Introduction

  • 2. Syllabus

  • Required Text Book

  • Grading Criteria

  • Teacher Expectations

  • 3. Go Home and Sleep!



E-mail: [email protected]

Office: Building 4, Room 402

Website: www.miketeacher.pbworks.com

Course overview:

For this EC1 low level course the focus is on communication and therefore students will be evaluated based on their ability to use English to successfully and appropriately express meaning and interact with fellow classmates. The emphasis is on speaking, but students will also have the opportunity to develop their listening, reading and writing skills.

Course Text:

‘Touchstone 1: Student’s Book’, Cambridge, by Michael McCarthey, Jeanne McCarten and Helen Sandiford


Evaluation

Attendance, participation, attitude 15%

2 Assignments 10%

Presentation 15%

Mid-term Exam (written/paper based exam) 20%

Final exam (written/paper based exam) 20%

Oral assessment 20%

Total 100%


University curving policy
University Curving Policy

A+ ~ A 20 % of students

B+ ~ B 50 % of students

C+ ~ C 30% of students


So, in a class with twenty students…

4 people may feel like this

10 people may feel like this

6 people may feel like this


Attendance, Participation, Attitude – 15%

  • Do not use your cell phone in class

  • Bring your ‘English Communication’ note-book, and your student’s book to every class

  • Being late for class will negatively affect your grade

  • If you miss 6 classes 20% will be taken off your final grade

  • If you miss seven classes your final grade will be an automatic ‘F’

  • A 사유서may excuse an absence from class

  • Self-study the text-book at home


Quiz

What is my family name?

Which part of England am I from?

What is the capital of Northern Ireland?

What are the 2 key words for this class?

What is the name of the textbook?

What percentage of students get a B?

What percent will be taken off your final score if you miss 6 classes?


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