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  • 1. LNG 102: ENGLISH SKILLS & STRATEGIES
  • 2. Self-Access Learning
    • Objectives & Schedule
    • Materials & Quiz
    • Learning Record
  • 3. Objectives
    • To train students to become independent learners
    • a. set objectives of learning
    • b. choose their own materials to fit the
    • objectives of learning
    • c. reflect on their own learning
    • d. evaluate their strength, weakness and
    • progress
    • 2. To improve students’ language proficiency
  • 4. Measurement and Evaluation:
    • 1. Learning Responsibility 5%
    • - programs use 2 %
    • - Learning records 3 % (3 pieces)
    • 2. Quiz (at the end of the semester) 20%
    • 1. Reading (10%)
    • 2. Listening (10%)
    • Total 25%
  • 5. Week No. Tentative Schedule for Computer Lab 301/303 In-Class Practice Self-Study (Outside Class) Week 1 Introduction to Self-Access Learning (Course Outline, SALC and Paper-based Materials) Or Plan your self-study Week 2 Introduction to My English: What is My English and Surveying Online Programs Week 3 Introduction to My English: Your Learning Record – Part I (Working on Quartet program) Self-study on Quartet program Week 4 Introduction to My English: Your Learning Record – Part II Self-study on Quartet program Week 5 Introduction to My English: Your Learning Record – Part III Self-study on Quartet program Week 6 Working on Quartet program and Wrap-up Self-study on Quartet program Week 7 Working on Reactions program and Wrap-up Self-study on Reactions program Week 8 Working on Reactions program and Wrap-up Self-study on Reactions program Week 9 Working on Reactions program and Wrap-up Self-study on Reactions program Week 10 Working on English Discoveries program and Wrap-up Self-study on English Discoveries program Week 11 Working on English Discoveries program and Wrap-up Self-study on English Discoveries program Week 12 Working on English Discoveries program and Wrap-up Self-study on English Discoveries program Week 13 Reading Quiz (23-27 April, 2012) Preparing for Quiz Week 14 Listening Quiz (30 April and 1-4 May, 2012) Preparing for Quiz Week 15 Course Summary Finalizing assessment
  • 6.
    • Problems with logging into a program may occur if there are too many users accessing the same program. To avoid this, please follow the above schedule for your class and lab number.
    • Plan your learning time well because numbers of users are limited
  • 7. List of Materials: 102
    • Quartet (Scholar III): Quartet 4 (quiz)
    • English Discoveries: Intermediate 1 (quiz)
    • Reactions: Late Elementary (quiz)
    • Tense Buster: Upper Intermediate
    • ELLIS: Intro
    • SALC materials
    • 6.1 Graded Readers (Short Stories)
    • 6.2 Six-way Paragraphs: Middle (Intermediate)
    • 6.3 Active Skills for Reading: Book 2 (Pre-Intermediate)
    • 6.4 Grammar Sense 1: Elementary
    • 6.5 Good Grammar Book: Pre-intermediate
  • 8. No. Materials Page SAL 11 Questions Answers 1 Quartet 4: Food What are the names of vegetables you can see in the passage of Folklore on Food? mushrooms, beans, potatoes, garlic, 2 Tense Buster How many units are there in the upper intermediate level? 5 3 Tense Buster Which unit provides exercise entitled “The McDonald’s Miracle”? Present Perfect 4 Reactions What topic is about ? Visit Phuket! 5 English Discoveries What is the name of the unit that is related to food? Eating out 6 ELLIS: Intro How many units are there? 8
  • 9. Self-Study Practice
    • To practice the lessons for the quizzes:
    • set the time to do self study outside class.
    • work at least 3 lessons per week
    • (45-60 minutes/one lesson)
    • need at least three hours/week
    • keep working on your plan regularly
  • 10.
    • Reading Quiz : 2 passages (15 questions)
    • 1. Questions asking for main idea
    • What is the main idea of the passage?
    • What is the main idea of paragraph XXXXX?
    • What is the passage about?
    • 2. Questions asking for specific information
    • Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
    • 3. Questions asking for implication
    • From the passage, which of the following statements is not true ?
    • What would best describe ‘Susan’ ?
    • What is the purpose of the writer?
    • 4. Questions asking for reference
    • What does ‘he’ (paragraph XXX, line XXXX) refer to?
    • 5. Question asking for vocabulary
    • What is the meaning of xxxx (paragraph XXX, line XXX)?
  • 11. SAL 7 Listening : 3 passages (12 questions)
    • 1. Questions asking for main idea
    • What is the main idea of the passage?
    • What is the passage about?
    • 2. Questions asking for specific information
    • Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
    • 3. Questions asking for implication
    • From the passage, which of the statements is not true ?
    • What would best describe ‘Susan’ ?
    • What is the purpose of the speaker?
  • 12. 1.SALC and Paper-based Materials
    • Activity 1: What is SALC?
    • Activity 2: Exploring SALC Materials
  • 13. 2.Introduction to My English
    • Activity 1: Introduction to My English
    • Watch the video clip and listen to the explanation about My English Program (Module 1, 2 and 3)
    • Open My English program at http://www.kmutt.ac.th/myenglish
    • Log into the program by using your ‘user name and password’ provided by the university and click ‘KMUTT member’, then register to the program
    • Choose the right group
    • any problems, use the ‘user name and password’ provided at the computer desk and click ‘visitor’ & register later
  • 14.
    • Activity 2: Surveying Online Programs
    • Activity 3: Placement Test
    • - Do the placement test (click save) and fill in your learning plan in Module 1, and click save
    • - Access “Take the tour”
    • Activity 4-6: Your Learning Record + examples
  • 15.
    • Your Learning Record
      • Today I worked on the following skill/s and sub-skill/s For example: 'listening' and 'listening for specific information‘.
      • ________________________________
      • 2 . I used the following materials and/or joined the following activities: What were the names of the lesson/activity/topic and the material you used? _______________________
      • 3. Today I learned :
        • What was the text or activity about?
        • What did you learn from the text?
        • What grammar points and/or new words/phrases have you learned from the lesson/activity? Give some examples or definitions.
        • What do you think about these things that you have learned? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • 16.
      • . What I found difficult was :
      • What learning problems or difficulties did you have while you were
      • doing the lesson/activity?
      • What was the cause of each problem or difficulty? How did you
      • resolve your difficulties?
    • - If you did not face any problem or difficulty, explain why the
    • lesson/activity was easy for you.
      • __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
      • 5. Next time I will :
      • - What is next on your learning plan?
      • - What skill are you planning to practice?
      • - What are the names of the lesson/activity/topic and the material that
      • you plan to use next?
    • - What are the reasons for the next step/s in your learning plan?
      • ___________________________________________________________________
      • . I would like a teacher to help me with :
      • - What do you most want your teacher to help you with?
    • - If you need no help, write a phrase like “No thanks, I’m OK”.
    • _____________________________________________________________________
  • 17. My English Task (3%)
      • Students
      • 3 Your Learning Record forms
      • Submit online using ‘My English’
      • One paper-based
      • Write in English!