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  • 1. Last Mile ProjectMore Thoughts on ESL/EFL October 31, 2011
  • 2. Teacher’s role in the classroomWhat might be a challenge?How do you deal with them?Is teacher always right?What if you are right but still needsadjustment?Teachers tend to teach the way they weretaught before. What could be problems?What does that mean to you?
  • 3. Stimulate Students’ Imagination Meet my Buddy Fun Creative Interesting Effective outcome
  • 4. Lesson plan vs. SyllabusA lesson plan is a teacher’s detaileddescription of the course of instruction forone class. A daily lesson plan is developedby a teacher to guide class instruction.Syllabus is an outline and summary oftopics to be covered in a course. It’s alsocalled curriculum.
  • 5. Content Goals vs. Attitude Goals p.10 Structures Topics and situations Functions How would you set your attitude goals for your class? Risk taking/willingness to participate/full of energy/confidence/love to talk
  • 6. Wrap up project
  • 7. Make a lesson plan for an hour long class(1 page)Write a syllabus for 10 weeks project (1-2pages)State your content goals/State yourattitude goals (1 page)
  • 8. Lesson Plan IncludesWho?How long is this lesson?What are your goals, improve grammar orspeaking?What to teach?How do you carry out, activities?How do you evaluate your teaching?

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