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  • Presentation 2

    1. 1. Deliver and Evaluate TESOL Lessons Stafford Lumsden
    2. 2. Deliver TESOL Lessons• 5 lessons• 1x 20 minute lesson• 4x 45 minute lessons• Friday 9:00am-1:00pm / Saturday 3:00pm-7:00pm
    3. 3. • Lesson plan• Materials• Actvivities / handouts / worksheets• All required for Portfolio• Delivery
    4. 4. Evaluate TESOL Lessons• Self "hot" evaluation (in class)• Self "cold" evaluation (after class)• Peer evaluation (in class)• All required for Portfolio
    5. 5. Demonstration lessons (practical / practicum)• 4 students per week• Students who are teaching must be in class BEFORE 9:00am/3:00pm (Evening class)• Practical lessons require at least 4 Ss.• All required for Portfolio
    6. 6. Evaluation• Evaluation is an important part of teaching and this program• Evaluation is threefold• Self Evaluation• Peer evaluation / feedback• Instructor evaluation feedback

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