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    • Memory and BE Programs Spring 2011 February, 2011 By: Sasha Harrison ME and BE Program Head Chungdahm Learning
    • --Team Building Time-- The Foundation of Mokdong Programs Starts with US!
      • -3 Teams
      • 3 Rounds of
      • -Share Ideas
      • -Final Winner!
      THINK TANK 2011
    • Agenda: A+!
      • 1. House Keeping
      • 2. How to expand the ME program “Foundation”
      • 3. Class Structure and Methodology “Skills”
        • “ Bridging the Gap” ME to BE
      • 4. Group Discussion “THINK TANK”
        • Video
    • House Keeping:
      • Sub Protocol:
      • Call GL FIRST and convey issue. (010-4694-9821). We will do our best to find a sub for you. Please don ’ t call Helene directly. PLEASE DO NOT ASSUME YOU ARE COVERED UNLESS YOU RECEIVE DIRECT CONFIRMATION OF THE SUBS!
      • Vacation Days:
      • Will be given as per your signed contract with advance notice.
      • Term Break:
      • You may take a term break as per your written Chungdahm Learning contract. Please beware that you may not receive a position specifically at Mokdong as we must hire a new instructor to replace you.
    • Dress Code
      • Avoid too short skirts, shorts, hoodies, camo, grungy t-shirts, flip flops, transparent materials, etc…
      • Business Casual- YES!
    • Line of Communication:
      • HI 1st!
      • Helene (FM)
      • Korean staff if necessary.
      • Stevy (BM)
    • Demerits:
      • CANCELLED!!!
    • Mokdong Instructor Information Binder:
      • Share your experiences, recommendations and advice with other instructors!
    • Spring Term Goals:
      • 1. Expand ME program- more Students!
        • CEO/ Book Polo/CTP Tournament- NEW Idea
      • 2. “Bridge the Gap” between ME and BE
        • Reduce high drop rate in MT/BE
      • 3. Student Retention
        • Low intensives-but back up now!
      • 4. Student Surveys
        • lowest in 3 yrs last term!
    • A+ How to achieve our Team Goals
      • 1. Student CARE
      • 2. Innovative Projects
      • 3. Student Self Efficacy
      • -Skills, Application, Level Up
    • Student Care
      • Empathy
      • Sincerity
      • Reinforcement
      • Safe Learning Environment
      • Skills
      • Communication-parents
      • Etc…
      THINK TANK #1!
    • INNOVATIVE PROJECTS
      • Book Polo-Cancelled!
      • CTP Tournament-NEW!
      • PPI-continue
      • In Class Competitions
      • Etc…
      THINK TANK #2!
    • Student Self Efficacy
      • Skills
      • - MT especially (BE PREP)
      • 2. Preparation for Future
      • 3. Clear Expectations
      • 4. Application
      • 5. Level Up
      • 6. Etc…
      THINK TANK #3!
    • WINNER! THINK TANK 2011
    • Class Structure and Methodology:
      • NEW: ME and BE Merger
      • Why?
        • High drop rate BE b/c kids can’t adjust
        • Same teacher R/W and L/S
    • To be As is Program Student Management Bridge English R/W-L/S Merger X 13 Meetings X 26 Meetings Skill Topic RW LS Thinking RW/LS Confirmation Wider Library Synthesis Less Students & Double Exposure Facilitator Flexibility Specialization Variation
    • Bridge Track A Sample Lesson RW Skill LS Skill RW Subject LS Subject 1 Topic, Main Idea, Supporting Details Topic, Main Idea, Supporting Details History Psychology 2 Topic, Main Idea, Supporting Details (Practice) Topic, Main Idea, Supporting Details (Practice) Biology Technology 3 Topic, Main Idea, Supporting Details (Practice) Major Supporting Details Medicine Urban Studies 4 Annotation & Prediction Minor Supporting Details Health & Nutrition Physiology 5 Annotation & Prediction (Practice) Introduction to Note-Taking Biology Psychology 6 Patterns of Organization (Listing & Time Order) Note-Taking: Abbreviations and Symbols Sociology Meteorology 7 Patterns of Organization (Definition & Illustration) Verbal Cues(Importance, Clarification, or Repetition Biology Chemistry 8 Patterns of Organization (Comparison & Contrast) Additional Verbal Cues (Importance) Fine Arts Astronomy 9 Patterns of Organization (Cause & Effect) Transitions (Listing) Astronomy Psychology 10 Patterns of Organization (Mixed: Primary & Secondary) Time Transitions Biology Biology 11 Patterns of Organization(Practice Mixed: Primary & Secondary) Comparison & Contrast Transitions History History 12 Fundamental Final Advice Biology Sociology
    • ‘ Motivation’ Preview Skill Training Critical Thinking Project Topic & Chunks Critical Speaking & Writing topic-related Chunks theme-connected theme-connected Offline Online Review Test Changes
    • **Bridge Reading Sample Preview Main Idea: Based on their design, national flags can be classified into several different “flag families.” Major Detail 1: Some of the best-known national flags in Europe bear a cross and thus belong to the cross-bearing flag family. Major Detail 2: Another flag family is the stripe-bearing flag family . Major Detail 3: Many Asian countries have flags that belong to the icon-bearing flag family .
    • _be classified into_ _ bear a cross _ stripe / icon bear ing family_ _ run vertically _ _ stands for _
      • How are books classified in the book store? Are they all together? How are they separated?
      • Boys and girls, Glasses and no glasses, Tall and short. Who do you think are the possible subjects? How are they being classified or grouped?
      • Is bear a noun or a verb in this context?
      • Bad characters often bear a scar on their face.
      • What does adidas logo have in common with zebras and prisoners?
      • Do you know what these images are? How did you know them?
      • What is the difference between a family member and a non-family member?
      • Stripes on adidas logo runs diagonally .
      • Stripes on American flags run horizontally .
      • Stripes on Messi’s Barcelona FC jersey run vertically .
      • What does a heart sign stand for or symbolize?
      • Objective:
      • Aid students’ digestion of the most important ideas within the passage(s)
      • Create strong associations so students can store chunks in long-term memory
    • Topic Prediction
      • Objective:
      • Generate interest
      • Help draw out prior knowledge regarding the topic
      • Based on the chunks we have covered today, what do you think today’s topic is?
      • What theme is repeated over and over again? Can you think of something that has all of these themes?
    • Preview Topic & Chunks (weekly) Skill Training Practice Topic & Chunks (Quarterly)
      • Week 10 실행 : Optional
      • W1~9 Weekly Review 문제에서 27 문제 랜덤 출제
      • Fail / Pass/ Pass A 로 결과제시
      • Retest 1 회 가능
      • 매 주 10 문제 출제 ( 시간 제한 : 레벨고려 )
      • Fail / Pass/ Pass A 로 결과제시
      • Retest 1 회 가능
      Topic & Chunks
      • 학습량 증가
      offline online
    • [As-is]
      • memorization dependent
      • multiple answers possible
      • contextual clues not guaranteed
      • comprehension dependent
      • one possible answer
      • contextual clues imbedded
      [To-be]
    • 사고력 표현력 득점력 Topic & Chunks 어휘 / 청크 복습 Essay Writing 에세이 쓰기 Topical Speaking 주제 말하기 120 55 64 Summary Writing 요약하여 쓰기 Summary Speaking 요약하여 말하기 34 B A+ C F Critical Thinking Project 비판적 사고 프로젝트 Reading Skill 독해력 e-Achievement Test 온라인 정기평가고사 60 50 45 30 40 Listening Skill 청해력 Steven Lee Min-soo started off as one of the most promising students, i.e. Your were always participating and paying attention, doing well during class activities. But since the first few weeks you have shown a noticeable decline in attention and focus. Plus, You might improve her teamwork abilities during activities such as CTP. Overall, You’re a good student but has room for improvement in several areas. ……… [2010.9.13] 민수야 !! 이번에 단어시험 성적이 잘나오는 것 같다 . 열심히 공부하나보다 … 앞으로도 계속 열심히 할꺼지 ? 근데 , 바쁘지만 온라인 학습도 좀 더 열심히 하면 좋을 것 같아 … .^^ [2010.12.5] Mi-Young Choi “ 성취 기준을 달성하고 있습니다 . 앞으로도 열심히 학습해 주세요 ” . 성취 기준에 조금 모자랍니다 . 조금 더 분발해주세요 ” “ 정기평가고사는 1 월 24 일부터 진행됩니다 .” c-Achievement Test 정기평가고사 B A+ C F 44 My Supporters More> 성취도 관리 CTP 결과물 모음 >> Writing & Speaking 결과 모음 >> 정기평가고사성적 >>
      • 레벨업 기준 충족
      • 현황 체크
      3. 학습 방법 안내 및 동기부여 2. 부족한 컴포넌트 체크
    • Background Information Comment Schedule
      • Counseling
      • ERP Grades
      • Class Notes
      • Previous Comments
      • Encouragement
      • Comfort Level
      • Progress
      • Follow-Up
      Approval
      • FM/HI Approval
      Feedback
      • FM/HI feedback on content, word usage, appropriate language
      Planning Execution Quality Control 강사 가이드
      • 제공일정 : week 13
      • ERP User’s Guide
      • Scheduling Recommendations
      • Counseling Topics
      • Management Flow
    • Student Motivation Flow Pre-Term Weeks 1~4 Weeks 5~8 Weeks 9~13 Class Comfort Level (Week 1-4) Student Problems
      • Attention
      • Participation
      • Class Flow
      • Student-Student Bonding
      ERP Messaging to Staff During Class and Break Time Progress (week 4-9)
      • Thinking & Expression Capabilities
      • Skills Progress
      • Online HW Scores
      • Encouragement
      • Class Behaviour
      • Problems & Solutions
      Progress Follow-Up (week 7-13)
      • Thinking & Expression Capabilities
      • Testing Capabilities
      • Skills Progress
      • Online HW Scores
      • Encouragement
      • Class Behaviour
      • Problems & Solutions
      Create Comment Schedule Term Schedule
    • Week 1-4 Week 4-9 week 7-13 학기전 Class Comfort Level Week 1-MM Due Week 2-MG Due Week 3- MT Due Week 4- BE Due Progress Week 5-MM Due Week 6-MG Due Week 7- MT Due Week 8- BE Due Progress Follow-Up Week 9-MM Due Week 10-MG Due Week 11- MT Due Week 12- BE Due Comment Schedule Student Problems 상시
      • Attention
      • Participation
      • Class Flow
      • Student-Student Bonding
      • Thinking & Expression Capabilities
      • Skills Progress
      • Online HW Scores
      • Encouragement
      • Class Behavior
      • Problems & Solutions
      • Thinking & Expression Capabilities
      • Testing Capabilities
      • Skills Progress
      • Online HW Scores
      • Encouragement
      • Class Behavior
      • Problems & Solutions
      • ERP Messaging to Staff During Class and Break Time
      Student Motivation Flow
    • 송지원 (Sandy) 이민영 (Andrew) 박지훈 (Robbn) 박근우 (Mkie) 김유진 (John) 장준혁 (Daniel) 이정훈 (Jack) 김선민 (Sally) 이수민 (Tim) 조민경 (Sue) Comment 작성하기 강사 ERP Sample MyPage     Home My Classes My Message My Issue/Task My Event MyProfile LecturesTaught Workshop   Attendance Grade Today LastWeek Student Mgmt Progress Grade Mgmt Attend Mgmt Students Report Card OverallEval ProgRecmd Achievement Level up e-Learning
    • comment Comment History Check Create Created By comment Approve Date Status 2011-01-25 Hodge, Jaya Hey, Yuni. I am really happy to have you as a student because you try hard and you respect everyone around you. This was very apparent, today. Even though you are still fairly new to the class, you work well with your classmates and never complain about who you have to work with. Your effort and teamwork showed in today's CTP. I was very impressed. Keep it up and see you in class. 2011-1-27 Approved 2011-01-15 Chang, Yoonsun Hey, Yuni. Very good job memorizing all the sentences in the model summary!! I was really happy and surprised to see you recite the sentences. Thank you for trying so hard!! Excellent job once again!! Best, 2011-1-17 Approved 2010-12-29 Lee, Sean Sangcher Hey, Yuni. Very good job memorizing all the sentences in the model summary!! I was really happy and surprised to see you recite the sentences. Thank you for trying so hard!! Excellent job once again!! Best, 2010-12-31 Approved
    • 주별 세부성적 학습성취현황 학습하기 학습하기
    • 주별 세부성적 학습성취현황 학습하기 학습성취 현황
    • 주별 세부성적 학습성취현황 학습하기 학습성취 현황
    • Class Structure and Methodology:
      • Program Guide-ME to BE- How to connect them?
      • MM-MG -Have fun and keep your kids in class! (Skill based but not as strict)
      • ME will have one Reading Skill & one Listening Skill in each class* BE/IE will have either Reading Skill or Listening Skill in each class.
      • MT-Skills Focus (More strict to prepare for BE): Relate all skills to how they will use it in BE
      • -Weekly Goals: Choose one “ skill of the day ”
      • -Enforce POO
      • -Strategy for Answering Questions:
        • Steps: 1. Key Word /2. Scan around KW/ 3. Answer, POE (Process of Elimination for multiple choice questions)
        • Review Paraphrasing rules- 1. Don’t change meaning/2. Don’t add or subtract MD/ 3. Don’t use the same words
        • Summary Writing- Explain how similar to BE but in BE you have to write the whole summary! *Students must complete entire Summarize the passage for HW now to prepare them for BE)
        • Listening- notetaking. Review trans. And how to find MI, MDs and ask sample test question at the end of the passage.
    • Student Management:
      • -Rules day 1 and post. Be consistent.
      • -Student Questionaire.
      • -Write minimum 4 Enc. Tabs for this term-personalized with name
      • -Star of the Week
      • -Encourage Participation- multilateral vs. bilateral communication
      • -Positive encouragement, reinforcement even if wrong.
      • -Student Counseling: Why? How?
      • -Compassion for students: Why? How? (proud, stay at break and chat, welcome them at the door, wave bye, praise by name … )
      • -Learn names, hobbies, ask about vacations, understand if tired, etc.
      • -Circulate around room at least every 5 min.
      • -Demerits/Bonus Points
    • Instructor Satisfaction:
      • -Suggestion box
      • -Team events
      • -Joy in altruistic nature of teaching!
      • -Learn more about your career goals by trying new things
      • - Happier you are, better your classes will be! Eat well, exercise, vitamin drinks …
    • Spring Term Schedule
      • Weeks1-4
      • -Focus on Transitions and how to find Major Details (5 W ’ s)
      • -Student Management
      • Week 4
      • -VPT #1- 50 Questions from 1 st Vocab and Chunks book
      • -During Oral Review Test for 2nd Class (ME Only)
      • Weeks 5-8
      • -Focus on skills for answering questions
      • -Speaking review ibt style for Achievement Test
      • Week 8
      • -VPT #2- Same as VPT 1 but on 2 nd book (ME Only)
      • Weeks 9-10
      • -Level Up Preparation
      • Begin Final Spring Project
      • Weeks 11-13
      • -Student Management
      • Begin Final CTP Tournament Project
      • RSA Animate- (Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce)
      • Sir Ken Robinson
        • This animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award.
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
      Changing Education Paradigms
    • Parting Words:
      • The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. ~William Arthur Ward
      • Thank you!