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  • 1. Teaching Demonstration-- Grammar Course Presenter: Leya Date: Dec. 31, 2008
  • 2. Lesson Plan Objective To be able to create clear and grammatically accurate descriptions. Student number 20 Time 50 minutes Evaluation Attendance 15% Assignment 30 % Task 30% Quiz 25% Student Ability Passed the GEPT intermediate level (word ability: 8000 up) Materials & Equipment handouts, worksheets, computer, projector
  • 3. Lesson Plan
    • Procedure:
    Warm Up: 5 minutes Presentation: 10 minutes Activity I : 15 minutes Activity II: 15 minutes Assignment: 5 minutes
  • 4. Warm Up: 5 minutes
    • Teacher asks students what are their plan on winter vacation. Do you want to go on a trip? Have you ever been to somewhere wonderful?
    • Introduce today’s topic: Travel Experience .
  • 5. Presentation: 10 minutes
    • Introduce conjunctive adverb.
    • Give handouts for students to review the usage of
    • conjunctive adverbs.
    然而 however nonetheless even so nevertheless because since 因為 therefore hence thus as a result consequently 因此 此外 moreover besides in addition furthermore
  • 6. Activity I: rewrite paragraph (15 minutes) Listen to the audio file Give students the script of the audio Students rewrite six paragraphs into one paragraph with conjunctive adverbs. Discuss their writing with the class
  • 7. Activity I: rewrite paragraph (15 minutes) Akane, Canada Of all the countries you have visited, which one was your favorite ? -- My favorite country to visit is Japan because I have many family members in Japan and every time I come here, everybody treats me really well and I have lots of great memories from when I was a child, spending time with my cousins and uncles and aunts. Barbara, Australia Of all the countries I've visited, I would probably say my favorite is Japan because it's clean, safe, the food is healthy -- this is traditional Japanese food I mean -- and it's a place where I can make a living as an English teacher. I can't do that in Australia. Jeff, Canada The world's a big place, and I've been to a few of the countries in the world and maybe I can't pick one favorite country. It's too difficult but two or three of my favorites would be Japan and India and I like these two countries because they are very extreme. They are very foreign from my home country, Canada, and there's a lot of things that are different that I don't understand, that are very exotic and rare so I think India and Japan are my two favorite countries in the world. Al, England My favorite country is -- that I've visited -- is probably Spain because I'm not keen on Europe for vacation usually but I've been to Barcelona and Barcelona had everything that you could possibly want from a holiday destination, so Spain I think. Ruth, England My favorite country I've been to? That's a difficult question. I've been to lots of really nice countries but probably I would say Egypt because Egypt for me is really important because of the history of the country and I say some really important places when I went to Egypt. I saw the pyramids. I saw Mt. Sinai and climbed mount Sinai and so I think probably Egypt was my favorite because of the historical values and also because of the weather. Simon, Canada What's my favorite country? My favorite country at the moment is probably Laos because it has everything what people sort of think old Asia is, you know, people with the bamboo hats, you know, livestock running to and fro, water buffaloes, dirt roads, you know, it's kind of like the romantic idea of old Asia.
  • 8. Activity II: short composition (15 minutes)
    • Students need to use the pictures with key words to compose a short composition.
    • The topic: Exploring the Arctic
    • The composition should include 3 conjunctive adverbs at least.
    • Share their writing with the class.
  • 9. Activity II: short composition (15 minutes) husky Eskimo Arctic Santa Polar bear
  • 10. Worksheet I want to explore the Arctic because it is a beautiful place. Many eastern children believe Santa lives in the Arctic; therefore , I have much interest about the Arctic. ________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________
  • 11. Assignment: 5 minutes
    • Write a composition related to travel experience with conjunctive adverbs . It should include 500 words at least.
    • Upload the composition into Blackboard .
    • Students will have a grammar test . The test form will be provided on Blackboard.
  • 12. Evaluation—Scoring Scale (Brown & Bailey, 1984) Native-like fluency in English grammar; correct use of relative clauses, prepositions, modals, articles, verb forms, and tense sequencing; no fragments or run-on sentences 5 Advanced proficiency in English grammar; some grammar problems don’t influence communication, although the reader is aware of them; no fragments or run-on sentences 4 Ideas are getting through to the reader, but grammar problems are apparent and have a negative effect on communication; run-on sentences or fragments present 3 Numerous serious grammar problems interfere with communication of the writer’s idea; grammar review of some areas clearly needed; difficult to read sentences 2 Severe grammar problems interfere greatly with the message; reader can’t understand what the writer was trying to say; unintelligible 1
  • 13. Thank you for your attention!