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Today’s session (Sept 29th 2000). EFL Teaching Methodology Prof. M T Naves. OBJECTIVES 1. To present and discuss Course Requirements 2. To discuss Ur’s Lesson Plan guideline on the light of a classroom observation 3. To introduce Evaluation through class tasks. MATERIALS

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today s session sept 29th 2000

Today’s session (Sept 29th 2000)

EFL Teaching Methodology

Prof. M T Naves

lesson plan 29 sept 00
OBJECTIVES

1. To present and discuss Course Requirements

2. To discuss Ur’s Lesson Plan guideline on the light of a classroom observation

3. To introduce Evaluation through class tasks

MATERIALS

EFL Web page (show ‘new’: EFL Requirements Web, Forum Link, Stds distribution List)

Video: Ione Teaching Primary stds in Prague

Forum Class Taks 1, 2, 3, on Evaluation (Topic 7)

Lesson Plan 29 Sept 00
efl teaching methodology requirements
EFL Teaching Methodology Requirements
  • EFL Teaching Course Requirements
efl teaching methodology requirements check list
EFL Teaching Methodology Requirements Check List
  • How many assignments are requested?
  • How much is each assignment worth?
  • How much is class task worth?
  • How much is self-evaluation worth?
  • How many topics does the reading pack consist of?
  • How many different types of assignments are there?
efl tch method requirements check list 2 true false actv
EFL Tch Method. RequirementsCheck List 2. True-false Actv
  • Most of the class tasks will be done through the students mailing list
  • The paper copy of the assignments will be given back shortly after having handed it in
  • The class tasks will only be sent electronically. No paper copy is needed
  • The assignments need to be saved as word processor documents (Word, Word Perfect, etc.)
efl tch method requirements check list 2 true false actv6
EFL Tch Method. RequirementsCheck List 2. True-false Actv
  • Most of the class tasks will be done through the FORUM
  • The paper copy of the assignments will NOT be given back.
  • A PAPER COPY of the Class Tasks will be handed in at the end of the term
  • The assignments need to be saved as HTML docs. For that you may use Word, Word Perfect, etc.
1 efl tm course requirements 1 1 class tasks
1. EFL-TM Course Requirements1.1. Class Tasks
  • Show students where the FORUM link can be found both in the EFL Methodology Page as well as on the EFL Course Requirements Page
the three assignments 1 presentation and handing in i
The Three Assignments.1. Presentation and Handing in -i-
  • Show students how to create an html document using a word processor such as Word or Word Perfect by using ‘save as’
  • Show students how to create an html document using an html editor such as Composer
  • Show students how to use the speller checker of a word processor
the three assignments 1 presentation and handing in ii
The Three Assignments1. Presentation and Handing in -ii-
  • Show students where the EFL Teaching Methodology Students provisional mailing list can be found
    • In the EFL Course Requirements Web Page
    • In the EFL Web Page