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  • 1. Lesson Plan for ENG 027 - 04/14/2010 Language Objectives: 1) Warm-up - Conversational turn-taking with Q –> SA + Ei (335) Strengthen basic speaking skills used in simple conversation 2) Review of previously studied rhetorical styles & tools (335) Recognize chronology, process, classification, comparison/contrast, and causal analysis aurally 3) Vocabulary development – American Civil War (CH 14 – pp 95-96 + WebCT link to practice) 4) Cause/Effect cues – CH 14 – pg. 96 5) Pronunciation feedback sessions (335)Develop consonant sounds, simple present and regular past tense verb endings, and plural noun endings through reinforced practice and a selected memorization activity 6) Provide summer web-based practice sites – Randall’s ESL Listening lab Content Objectives: 1) Managing speech anxiety (connect later to cause/effect) (335) Participate in group discussion on a variety of academic topics 2) American Civil War (335) as in 1) & 3) 3) Use of fishbone diagram for note taking with Cause/Effect (335) Begin to develop note-taking skills 4) Critical Thinking – secondary causes… Sequence: 1) Warm-up/gathering - Q ->SA + Ei 2) Speech anxiety (connect in step 4 to fishbone) 3) Review of previous rhetorical styles 4) Lesson: Cause/Effect with fishbone – CH 14 5) Summer web-based practice site – Randall’s ESL Listening Lab 6) Individual feedback sessions – pronunciation – poem Homework: 1) Review lecture from CH 14 and complete comprehension questions 2) Quiz – Cause/Effect vocabulary (CH 14) and fishbone
  • 2. Conversational Turn-taking: Building a Conversation Q SA + Ei Question  Short Answer + Extra Information Hey there! What’s new? Not much……… I DID start shopping for a new car though! Q SA Ei The “Ei” gives speaker #1 something to connect to and build onto!!! Wow! What kind of car are you looking for? An SUV probably….. I really need more room for the kids!! This repeated the pattern… now look for the connection. She takes his last idea and builds on it I know what you mean – we bought out SUV last year and love it! Oh really! What did you get?.....
  • 3. How are you? What’s up? How do you like this weather? Are you ready for the weekend? What’s new? What have you been up to? How are you? What’s up? How do you like this weather? Are you ready for the weekend? What’s new? What have you been up to? How are you? What’s up? How do you like this weather? Are you ready for the weekend? What’s new? What have you been up to? How are you? What’s up? How do you like this weather? Are you ready for the weekend? What’s new? What have you been up to? How are you? What’s up? How do you like this weather? Are you ready for the weekend? What’s new? What have you been up to?
  • 4. Causes of Speech Anxiety – Rank them from most impactful (1) to least impactful (7) ______Your attitude ______Not enough preparation or practice ______Bad (or no) experiences with speaking ______ Unrealistic goals – “I have to be perfect!” ______ You think the audience is NOT supportive ______ Negative self-talk “Oh I’m so stupid” “I sound awful” “They KNOW I’m nervous” Tips & Tricks!! From Between One and Many: The Art and Science of Public Speaking, by Steven R. & Michael S. Brydon (2008) McGraw-Hill; NY INSERTED IMAGE HERE – TIPS and SELF-TALK
  • 5. Matching Exercise and Review – Match the term to the corresponding tool. Process Chronology Classification Compare/Contrast Cause/Effect (guess)
  • 6. Cause and Effect – Ishikawa or Fishbone Diagram