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F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
F2007 Oral Communications
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F2007 Oral Communications
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F2007 Oral Communications

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  • 1. Classroom Rules Oral Communication Fall 2007 Bert Y. Kimura (Bert Sensei) Osaka Gakuin University
  • 2. Speak English Only
    • When you come into the classroom, do your best to speak English only.
    • This is the best way to become an excellent English speaker.
    • When you do not understand, ask for help.
  • 3. It’s OK to Make Mistakes
    • Try your best even if you are not sure if you are correct.
    • It is OK to make mistakes.
    • Do not laugh when someone makes a mistake.
    • Help others who have a difficult time speaking English.
    • Speak English as much as you can.
  • 4. Come to Every Class
    • Come to every class on time.
    • Be ready to learn.
    • Do your best in every class.
    • Bring your dictionary, homework, pen or pencil to each class.
    • Finish all of your assignments on time.
    • Give Bert sensei your completed class work.
  • 5. Asking for Help
    • If Bert sensei speaks too fast, tell him:
      • “ Please speak slowly.”
    • If you do not understand a word, say:
      • “ What does _______ mean?”
    • You can ask:
      • “ How do you say, ____ in Japanese?”
      • “ How do you say, ____ in English?”
  • 6. Enjoy Class
    • Try to relax.
      • Don’t be nervous.
      • Don’t be stressed.
    • Enjoy yourself.
    • Do your best.
    • Have fun!
  • 7. Attendance and Class Work
    • Come to every class on time, or if you can, come to class early.
    • Turn in your class work on time.
    • Do not cut class!
    • You can fail the course because you miss too many classes or are late too often.
  • 8. When you are sick…
    • Take out your cellular phones.
      • ( 携帯電話)。
    • Send Bert sensei email: [email_address]
    • Always write your name when you send email.
    • When you are sick, you can tell him,
      • “ Bert sensei, I am sick today.
      • I cannot go to class.
      • Can I meet you at the I-Chat Lounge on __________(Date) to finish my class work?”
  • 9. Other Rules
    • Show good manners:
      • Do not talk to each other when the teacher or another student is talking.
      • Be kind to other students.
    • Use your mobile phone in class only for class work.
    • Help other students.
  • 10. Please Follow the Rules
    • If you do not follow the rules,
      • Bert sensei might ask you to leave the classroom.
      • You will have “0 points” for the day.
  • 11. Class Grades
    • Every class
      • Daily Attendance
        • 2 points: You came to class on time.
        • 1 point: You were late.
        • 0 points: You missed class.
      • Class Work (3 points)
    • Mid-term Interview (I-Chat)
    • Memory book (Journal)
    • Final video
    Extra points when you visit the I-Chat Lounge to practice regularly.
  • 12. Class Grades
    • Every class
      • Daily Attendance
        • 2 points: You came to class on time.
        • 1 point: You were late.
    • Assignments (7-8, 10 points)
    • Journal (Blog, 30 points)
    • Final discussion (I-Chat, 30 points)
    Extra points when you visit the I-Chat Lounge to practice regularly. OC6
  • 13. Your Final Grade
    • A = 100 - 80%
    • B = 79 - 70%
    • C = 69 - 60%
    • D = 59 - 40%
    • E = Less than 40%
  • 14. We Will Speak English
    • We will have guest speakers.
    • We will improve our communication skills.
    • We will learn to speak smoothly and clearly when we speak with others in English.
  • 15. What we will do in class
    • Use a computer to make an e-portfolio or a memory book of what we do in class.
    • Start conversations, ask follow-up questions, and continue conversations in groups.
    • Speak with exchange students and people from other countries.
  • 16. What we will do in class
    • Use a computer to make an blog to write comments about this class.
    • Use Internet communi-cations technologies (ICT).
    • Start and extend conversations in groups.
    • Research, discuss and make presentations about global issues that are important to you and to Japan.
    • Communicate with exchange students and people from other countries.
    OC6
  • 17. Questions?
    • Was it easy or difficult to understand Bert sensei?
    • Do you want Bert sensei to speak slowly?
    • Do you have any questions?
      • Are you relaxed?
      • Are you nervous?
      • Are you having fun?
    Bert sensei: 090-6901-5128 • bert@osaka-gu.ac.jp • kimubert@docomo.ne.jp

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