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MFU IE PP 2014

  1. 1. Intensive English 2014 May 27 – July 5 9:00 – 12:00 Monday-Friday Section 25 Room: C2-310
  2. 2. Ajarn Jerry อาจารย์ เจอรี่
  3. 3. Kru Tic ครู ติ๊ก
  4. 4. Ajarn Jerry อาจารย์ เจอรี่ E1-208 1-4 pm Box #59 brock.pit@mfu.ac.th โทร 0835078454 MFU AJARN JERRY
  5. 5. Orientation • What was the most important thing you learned during yesterday’s orientation? • อะไรคือสาระสาคัญที่คุณได้เรียนรู้เมื่อวานนี้? • Before we start, do you have any questions for me? ก่อนที่เราจะเริ่มเรียน คุณมีคาถามอะไรจะถามผมไหม?
  6. 6. Persuasion by Jane Austen - 1816 • Love and passion • Power and wealth • Seduction and sin • Persuasion
  7. 7. Expectations • Please come to class on time • Bring your “Headway 2” Book everyday • Be well-rested and ready to learn • Wear appropriate dress • Do not use cell phones in class • Drinks OK with bottle caps, no food • Respect each other when speaking • Ask questions ไม่ต้องกลัว
  8. 8. Course Objections 90 hours class + 4 hours SALLC lab 1. Correctly use vocabulary 2. Communicate: spoken and written English 3. Understand reading passages 4. Write complete sentences using proper grammar 5. Adapt learning to your own style
  9. 9. Things you will learn: • Grammar: Parts of speech – proper tenses • Vocabulary: Describing people & things • Language: Social expressions • Reading • Writing • Listening • Speaking
  10. 10. Introductions – name game • What is your full name? • คุณชื่อและนามสกุลอะไร • What is your nickname? • คุณมีชื่อเล่นว่าอะไร • Where are you from? • คุณมาจากที่ไหน
  11. 11. Attendance List • Take role and write down nicknames
  12. 12. R e l a x
  13. 13. Grading Pass 60-100% Fail: 0-59% • 1. Writing assignment (4 x 2.5%) 10% • 2. External Reading 30%  Handmade dictionary 5%  Portfolio 10%  Independent Study (SALLC #S7) 5%  Term project (July 4th) 10% • 3. Mid-term Exam (June 14) 30% • 4. Final Exam (July 5) 30% =100%
  14. 14. Writing assignments (classroom) 10% – (4) Assignments worth 2.5% each. – I will assign the topic, length, and requirements for each assignment. (about 100 words) – The objective is to enhance your writing with focus on sentence structure 1 Simple  1 Compound 2 Complex sentences – Paragraph organization not graded
  15. 15. External Reading 30% • Handmade dictionary 5% • Portfolio 10% (Written assign. + dictionary) • Independent study 5% • Term project 10% = 30%
  16. 16. All Intensive English students are required to make their own Handmade Dictionary to keep a word journal. This is a good way to expand your English vocabulary. As you are reading your book (external reading), you might encounter unknown words, record them in your notebook. Find a notebook and record at least 15 words per week. Before the final examination, you will submit your Handmade Dictionary as part of your portfolio, it is worth 5%. Your Handmade Dictionary must include: 1. The word 2. The part of speech (n.=noun, v.=verb) 3. The definition in English (Thai is optional) 4. A sentence using the word (underline)
  17. 17. Here is the suggested format for each word entry: 1.Word 2. (part of speech) 3. Definition in English 4. Make a sentence with the word. Example: benefit (n.) a helpful or good effect One of the many benefits of foreign travel is learning how to cope with the unexpected. studying (v.) To study and learn, the pursuit of knowledge I will be studying very hard for my teacher’s exam because I want to pass his class and graduate from IE. blond (adj.) Light colored hair, light in tone (yellow) Ajarn Jerry has blond hair and blue eyes.
  18. 18. Portfolio 10% Your portfolio will include: 4 progress worksheets about the book (Persuasion) Handmade dictionary
  19. 19. Independent Study 5% SALLC – 4 classes • SALLC session is required 1 hour per week. – Friday 1pm in S7 learning center. • Students will be advised by the TAs. • TAs will assign worksheets to students. • Attendance is part of 5%
  20. 20. 1.___________________________________________________Section________ 2.___________________________________________________ Section _______ 3.____________________________________________________Section _______ 4.____________________________________________________Section _______ Date___________________________Time________________________ Name _______________________________________ ID________________ section__________  Activity for the day  My target for this period is:  Brief description of the activity : (What did you do to achieve your goal? What did you learn from this period?)  People who I work with : TA’s Comment TA’s signature_______________________________________________________ Instructor’s signature ______________________________________________ SALLC worksheet □ External reading □ Handmade dictionary □ Final project □Other
  21. 21. Term Project 10% – Term project will emphasize the oral skills. – Students will give an approximate 5 minute oral presentation, as a group (up to 5 members), based on the external reading materials. – The presentation of term project will take place during the class period on Friday, July 4th.
  22. 22. Term project requirements Content – The presentation should not be retelling the story. Rather, students will come up with their own insights from the book, and develop them into the topic of the presentation. Suggested content – Analysis of the characters – Comparison of the book to other literature, daily life, current situations, etc. – Comparison of the book to film adaptations – Discussion of the theme, social & cultural background, etc.
  23. 23. Term Project Delivery – Students feel free to employ any types of media. PowerPoint, flow charts, diagrams, video clips, drawings, etc. – Suggested presentation style: – Skit – TV shows (news, interviews, game shows, etc.) – Interactive games – Panel discussion, seminar
  24. 24. Grading Pass 60-100% Fail: 0-59% • 1. Writing assignment (4 x 2.5%) 10% • 2. External Reading 30%  Handmade dictionary 5%  Portfolio 10%  Independent Study (SALLC #S7) 5%  Term project (July 4th) 10% • 3. Mid-term Exam (June 14) 30% • 4. Final Exam (July 5) 30% =100%
  25. 25. ใจเย็น ๆ ครับ
  26. 26. Meet your classmates • Find your “match” : • แล้วเขียนคาตอบลงในกระดาษคาตอบ • What is your name? • Where are you from? • How do you spend your free time? Hobbies? • What are you studying at MFU? • What would you bring with you if you were stranded on a desert island? Why?
  27. 27. Form groups • 4-5 students per group (10 groups max) • You will be together for 6 weeks: –External reading –Independent study –Term project > 5 minute presentation !
  28. 28. Week 1 – Units 1&2 • Social expressions • Parts of speech • Present, past and future tenses • Intonation • Different lifestyles
  29. 29. Week 2 – Units 2, 3 & 4 • Vocabulary: Mystery and crime • Grammar: Past simple vs. past continuous • Adverbs and adjectives
  30. 30. Week 3 – Units 4 & 5 • Vocabulary: Feelings, teenagers, problems, advice Grammar: Future forms Verb patterns (-ing) Adjectives used in role plays Form filling
  31. 31. (Week 3) Saturday June 14, 2014 • Mid-Term on Units 1-4 • Including all items listed in syllabus
  32. 32. Week 4 – Units 6 & 7 • Vocabulary: Describing places and things Hotel booking, Long weekend Famous people, biography • Grammar: Comparisons, synonyms Antonyms, present perfect vs past simple “for” and “since” Letters and emails
  33. 33. Week 5 – Units 8 & 9 • Vocabulary: health, gender roles, leaving home giving/asking for directions traveling Grammar: Modals (verbs) of obligation Compound nouns Time clauses
  34. 34. Week 6 – Units 9 & 10 • Vocabulary: making phone calls technology, annoying things Grammar: Passives (nouns/verbs) Term Project Presentations Review for test
  35. 35. Saturday July 5, 2014 • Final exam on Units 1-10 • Including all items listed in syllabus
  36. 36. Assessment test 50 questions NOT graded
  37. 37. Why do you want to learn English? •เหตุผลที่ต้องการเรียนภาษาอังกฤษ
  38. 38. Parts of Speech z
  39. 39. 9. Articles (a, an, the) are specific adjectives that signal a noun is to follow.
  40. 40. Parts of Speech Definitions Pre-Test 1. A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sentence, typically answering the questions: When? Where? In what way? is a/an _______________________. 2. A joiner, a word that connects parts of a sentence, lists, and complex sentences is a/an ______________________________. 3. A word or words added to a sentence to convey emotion, usually followed by an exclamation point is a/an ______________ 4. A person, place or thing is a/an ___________________________________. 5. A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence is a/an___________________________. 6. A word or phrase naming an attribute, that modifies or describes a noun is a/an _________________________________. 7. The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun phrases is a/an _____________________. 8. A word that links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence is a/an ____________________. 9. A specific adjective, the only words are: a/an , the_____________________________.
  41. 41. Parts of Speech Definitions Pre-Test 1. A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sentence, typically answering the questions: When? Where? In what way? is a/an _ADVERB_________. 2. A joiner, a word that connects parts of a sentence, lists, and complex sentences is a/an ________CONJUNCTION______________________. 3. A word or words added to a sentence to convey emotion, usually followed by an exclamation point is a/an ___INTERJECTION___________ 4. A person, place or thing is a/an _____NOUN___________. 5. A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence is a/an____VERB_________________. 6. A word or phrase naming an attribute, that modifies or describes a noun is a/an __________ADJECTIVE__________. 7. The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun phrases is a/an ____PRONOUN________. 8. A word that links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence is a/an ___PREPOSITION_____. 9. A specific adjective, the only words are: a/an , the_________ARTICLE__________.
  42. 42. Nouns • A noun is a person, place, thing or an idea. Examples: Mrs. Gomez, classroom, volleyball, love Spot the nouns: Mrs. Poitevent is from New Jersey, the same town where they filmed Jersey Shore. Specific names of people, places and things are special types of nouns called __________ ________. 1. List your own Nouns: Person: Place: Thing: Idea 2. Write one sentence using all 3 nouns.
  43. 43. Pronouns 3. Pronoun: The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun phrases.
  44. 44. Verbs • Verb: A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence. • There are 3 basic types of verbs: • Action, Linking and Helping
  45. 45. Action Verbs • These verbs talk about what the subject is doing in the sentence. Action Verbs are easy to find. Look for the word in the sentence that answers the question • ‘What is the subject doing?’ • Rose is painting the kitchen walls. • The subject here is Rose, and what is Rose doing? Rose is painting. So, painting is our action verb. • My dog is sleeping on the sofa. • The subject here is dog, and what is the dog doing? The dog is sleeping. So, sleeping is our action verb
  46. 46. What is the subject doing?
  47. 47. Linking Verbs • Linking Verbs • These verbs do not tell anything about a subject themselves, instead Linking Verbs connect the subject to a noun or adjective that helps in describing or providing additional information about the subject. • They are stubborn children. • Here the linking verb is ‘are’ which is connecting the subject (they) to the adjective, stubborn. • I am hungry for a hamburger. • The best way to recognize linking words in a sentence is to see whether the verb can be replaced by ‘is, am or are’. If the sentence still sounds logical you know you have a linking verb. • >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
  48. 48. Examples of linking verbs • 1. Be: I am extremely tired this evening. 2. Look: My hair looks a mess today. 3. Feel: My head feels fuzzy. 4. Taste: This glass of beer tastes good. 5. Smell: This pizza smells delicious. 6. Sound: My neighbors sound very angry
  49. 49. Helping Verbs (modal or auxiliary) • Jerry can ride his motorcycle. Main verb = ride • Tic has been eating in class. Main verb = eating • He is reading his book. Main verb = reading can, could, would, should, will, may do, does, did, have, has, had “to be” am, is, are, was, were • It is always before the main verb
  50. 50. Adjectives • Adjective: A word or phrase which describes or modifies a noun • Examples: tall tree, vanilla cake, flowing river, handsome teacher • A color, a flavor and smell
  51. 51. Adverbs • Adverb: A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sentence and typically answers questions such as, HOW, HOW OFTEN, WHEN, WHERE? • Examples: She is walking slowly. He never studies for Jerry’s tests. She studied yesterday for Jerry’s test. The two cars were parked outside. Most are easy to find: They end in -ly
  52. 52. adverbs
  53. 53. Prepositions Link nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. Above About Across After Against Along Among Around At Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond But By Despite Down During except For From In Inside Into Like Near Of Off On Onto out Outside Over Past since Through Throughout Till To Toward Under Underneath Until Up Upon With Within Without
  54. 54. Prepositional phrase • The preposition word + the details that a preposition links = • A prepositional phrase The students are in the classroom. Jack is under the desk. Benz is behind the door.
  55. 55. Spot the Prepositions: At 2:00, all of the juniors and seniors rush to their cars in the parking lot behind the school to get to their houses without regard for freshmen.
  56. 56. Conjunctions • A conjunction is a joiner, a word that connects (joins) parts of a sentence. • Conjunctions are: For And Nor But Or Yet So • F A N B O Y S
  57. 57. Conjunctions in a sentence • In a list: Mike spent his summer going to the gym, playing badminton, and sleeping. • Two items: Ben and Jack are two characters on the cast of the TV show Lost . • Compound sentence: Joe was waiting for the train, but the train was late.
  58. 58. Interjection! • An interjection is a word or words added to a sentence to convey emotion. It is not usually grammatically related to any other part of the sentence. • Examples: • Ouch, that hurt! • Oh no, I forgot that the exam was today! • Hey! Put that down!
  59. 59. Article A kind of adjective which is always used with and gives some information about a noun. • There are only 3 articles: 1. a 2. an 3. the • Fern arrived to MFU in a taxi. • We’re looking for an apartment. • Please give this to the teacher.
  60. 60. Punctuation whiteboard example sentences * Punctuation power point
  61. 61. Present tense grammar PowerPoint
  62. 62. Verb Tenses Tense RUN CRY LOVE Past perfect had run had cried had loved Past continuous were/was running were/was crying were/was loving Past simple ran cried loved Present perfect have run have cried have loved Present continuous are running are crying are loving Present simple run cry love Future perfect will have run will have cried will have loved Future continuous will be running will be crying will be loving Future simple will run will cry will love > > > > >
  63. 63. The Verb 'to be' Subject Past Perfect Past continuous Past simple Present perfect Present continuous Present simple Future perfect Future cont. Future simple I had been was being was have been am being am will have will be will You had been were being were have been are being are will have will be Will He/She/It had been was being was have been is being is will have will be will We/They had been were being were have been are being are will have will be will VVV V V
  64. 64. WH - Questions • Who? person • What? thing/fact • When? time/day/month/year • Where? location/place • Why? reason • How? Information/method
  65. 65. Jerry เจอรี่
  66. 66. Action verbs English language verbs can be broken down into two categories: action and non-action
  67. 67. Action verbs tell you what the subject is doing: • playing • running • competing • eating • chewing
  68. 68. The subject can be: ►person ►animal ►object or thing ►force of nature
  69. 69. Action verbs are something the subject “can do” • walk • ride • juggle • spin • bark • bite • buy • eat • smile • pray
  70. 70. Action verbs usually have an -ing ending: • walking • riding • juggling • spinning • barking • biting • buying • eating • smiling • praying
  71. 71. PERSON • kicking • hitting • crying • dancing • falling
  72. 72. ANIMAL • licking • chewing • listening
  73. 73. AN OBJECT OR THING The candles are “burning” and the lanterns are “floating” in the sky.
  74. 74. FORCES OF NATURE
  75. 75. What action is taking place?
  76. 76. What is happening here?
  77. 77. • holding • standing • looking • waiting Nosie is……
  78. 78. Remember: An action verb tells you what the subject is doing.
  79. 79. ACTION verbs are EXCITING words “exploding”
  80. 80. “erupting” “ rising” “flashing” “striking”
  81. 81. “licking ” “kissing ” “slobbering” “ talking”
  82. 82. President Obama is “snapping” his fingers and “dancing” for the audience.
  83. 83. Thank you Ajarn Jerry อาจารย์ เจอรี่
  84. 84. Spidergram Draw 4 pictures about YOU : Hobbies What you like to do for fun family job pets Jerry
  85. 85. Hello Goodbye Stop Taxi Itchy Salute Rich Happy Sad Hungry Strong 5 minutes Itchy Scared Angry Respect/pray Fight Yes No Over there Over there Sleepy Confused Give me OK Good good heart Me ! Cold Hot Amazing Bored Relaxed Thinking Excited Impatient Innocent Disbelief Making a decision Go away Peace come here Unsure Maybe Surprised Proud I am Sick Stomach ache Give me more Driving My back hurts Taking a break I’m the best Headache sounds like smells bad 
  86. 86. What does it mean? • “There is no such thing as • failure, only giving up too soon.” • Jonas Salk
  87. 87.  athletic  attractive  beautiful (teeth)  big (eyes)  black (hair)  boring  brave  brown (hair)  charming  clever  confident  crafty  crazy  creative  cute (face)  easygoing  energetic  exciting  famous  forgetful  friendly  funny  generous  good (heart)  good looking  graceful  happy  helpful  humble  humorous  interesting  likable  long (hair, legs)  lucky  middle class  nice  old  outgoing  overweight  poor  popular  responsible  rich  romantic  sad  selfish  sexy  short (body, hair)  silly  skinny  smart  smooth (skin)  stingy  successful  talkative  tall  thin  unlucky  wealthy  young
  88. 88. Stuart Jay Raj video S and Z sounds
  89. 89. DO YOU HEAR AN “S” OR “Z” SOUND “S” “Z” Thanks Temples Products Cities Starts Countries Exports Seasons Makes Sells Eats Owns Works Sends Saves Books Students Cars cheese Chess This Freeze These
  90. 90. Stuart Jay Raj video F and V sounds
  91. 91. F is blowing out air - V is like revving engine Vase face Vile file Very fairy Vain flame Van fan Cave coffee Veal feel Vendor fender View few Violence fence
  92. 92. arrive alive favor flavor five twelve volt verb Very vanilla Violet violin volleyball football river liver crave save vowel Val veil fail vaseline gasoline Vast fast
  93. 93. Stuart Jay Raj video th sounds
  94. 94. Voiced: These - those This - that Then - them Other - another Brother – brothers Either – neither mother – father weather - feather Southern - northern Though - rather Bathing - teething Unvoiced: With - without Tooth - teeth Health - wealth Thank - think Cloth - moth Bath - path - math Three - third Thumb - Thursday Thirty - thousand Fifth - Sixth Tenth - Eleventh Mouth - south
  95. 95. alive arrive belly berry right light blue glue blush brush flee free fly fry lane rain lead read lice rice
  96. 96. load road long wrong loom room lot rot play pray clash crash collect correct jelly jerry glass grass lace race
  97. 97. clown crown fleas freeze glow grow lack rack lair rare lake rake lane rain lather rather lead read led red lies rise
  98. 98. link rink flower power look rook lope rope lubber rubber loom room lump rump lung rung lush rush lust rust
  99. 99. lid rid loyal royal brother mother erect collect clash crash fees freeze really silly three tree glow grow jelly jerry
  100. 100. lamp ramp late rate law raw led red leader reader lied ride lighter writer lock rock locker rocker luck ruck
  101. 101. Nouns and Adjectives on Flash Cards Nouns: Person Place or Thing Adjective: Describes the Noun
  102. 102. What would you see at BIG C?
  103. 103. Choose a topic for the center circle: Branch out with different nouns and adjectives to describe that word
  104. 104. 7 natural wonders bookmarks bar.
  105. 105. “Jerry” Good afternoon class. “class” Good afternoon teacher. “Jerry” How are you today? “class” We’re doing great, how about you Jerry? “Jerry” I am doing great, too. Thanks for asking. Do you like how Ajarn Jerry teaches? ”class” Yes, we LOVE Ajarn Jerry !
  106. 106. lip rip clock lock tired tried locket rocket pilot pirate lock locks rock rocks lap wrap late rate lay ray broom bloom
  107. 107. lack rack lake rake lank rank law raw leek reek leap reap leech reach lib rib lick rick light right
  108. 108. F is blowing out air - V is like revving engine “feed the funny fish” “Val has a violet van” Vase face Vile file Very fairy Vain flame Van fan Cave coffee Veal feel Vendor fender View few Violence fence
  109. 109. arrive alive favor flavor five twelve volt verb Very vanilla Violet violin volleyball football river liver crave save vowel Val veil fail vaseline gasoline Vast fast
  110. 110. Rosetta Stone Nouns Adjectives Verbs 1.2.1 thru 1.2.4
  111. 111. Class: Hello Jerry, how are you today? Jerry: I’m fine, thank you. Did you see the rain and lightning last night? Class: Yes, it rained very hard. The lightning was scary. Jerry: Yes, but I love the rain. Thank you for coming to class today. Class: You’re welcome Jerry, it’s nice to be here in the air con !
  112. 112. 1.3.1 rosetta Describe people… Tall, short, fat, skinny, bald, long
  113. 113. RIGHT TRUE THREW << CORRECT LIGHT >>
  114. 114. 2 WORDS >>>
  115. 115. March – May September - November June – August December - February
  116. 116. = 220 V in Thailand = 110 V in America
  117. 117. เทิง
  118. 118. Lottery
  119. 119. Pair work Show Jerry map, give example with Tic Directions: Draw a map and have your partner tell you: how to get from one place to another. Use: Hospital รง ยาบาล, Schools รงเรียน, Markets ตลาด, Temples วัด, Hotels รงแรม, Rivers แม่น้า, Lakes อ่างเกบน้า, Parks สวนสา ารณะ, Post Office ที่ทาการไ รษณีย, Pharmacy ร้านขายยา, Library ห้องสมุด, Gas Station ั้มน้ามัน, your house บ้านของตนเอง, pet store ร้านขายอาหารสัตว, fire station สถานีดับเ ลิง, etc.อื่น
  120. 120. Rosetta Stone Bald, beard, glasses, long, short hair 1.6.3 describing people
  121. 121. calendar days of the week time seasons TIME Power Points
  122. 122. Thursday May 29th, 2014
  123. 123. FRIDAY MAY 30TH, 2014
  124. 124. Saturday May 31st, 2014
  125. 125. Monday June 2nd, 2014
  126. 126. Funniest animals video
  127. 127. 7 wonders video National parks 20 minutes…
  128. 128. THURSDAY JUNE 5TH, 2014
  129. 129. friday June 6th 2014
  130. 130. Friday the 13th 2014
  131. 131. Tuesday June 17th, 2014

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