Evidence of Success In class contact hours & Assessments (48 hours) Independent Learning (52 hours) G&V: CAE UI p. 92 activity 1 ex. 1.2, 2.1& p. 93 ex. 4. W& G & V: e-learning review essay writing. http://www.victoria.ac.nz/llc/academic -writing/tpara1.html http://www.victoria.ac.nz/llc/academic -writing/tpara2.html W: Exercises on thesis statement: http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/engl ish/langan/sentence_skills/exercises/c h03/p1exd.htm R&V: Alligator Blood and Antibiotics elearning + CAE UI p.16-19 section 6, p.26-28 R&L: Recognising Plagiarism CAE UI p.70 ex. 1 and p.72 ex.3.1 elearning: Student’s guide to how to avoid plagiarism audio + ppt
G&V: review grammar items covered in semester 1. ILO 1. W1 W& G & V: Reinforcement: review of essay structure and organization& avoiding repetition. Share Writing rubric with students. ILOs 1, 2 and 4. V: Formal vs Informal (academic vs non-academic) S: Fluency and Formulating the appropriate vocabulary for a discussion and presenting findings from authentic sources ILOs 3, 5 and 6.
G: Grammar Review in class: addressing differentiation. Refer students to Language Pack on e-learning main Intermediate page depending on language needs. W& G & V: review paragraph and essay structure, organization, coherence, use of appropriate transitions and lexical variation. See CAE UI p.20-21, 82-83. V: Formal vs Informal CAE UI p.13, 65, 130 - reinforcement
Cambridge Academic English Upper Intermediate – Hewings & McCarthy -student’s book.
Language pack e-learning http://www.mhhe.com/soc science/english/langan/se ntence_skills/exercises/ch 03/p1exd.htm http://www.victoria.ac.nz/ llc/academicwriting/tpara1.html
R&V: Skimming identifying the sequence of ideas, understanding the implicit meanings, inferring the meaning of words, vocabulary building: adjectives. ILOs 2 and 3. Academic Honesty & Plagiarism: (Recognizing Plagiarism)
S: Activity Finding Someone Who.. R & V: Behaving the Way we Do CAE UI p.82-84. Academic Honesty & Plagiarism: CAE UI p.11,14,15,47,70-71. (Recognizing Plagiarism)
7thFebruary, 2013 Final – updated and updated again at 4pm *Please note that this outline has taken the Mid-semester Break 31st March – 4th April 2013 into account.
Evidence of Success In class contact hours & Assessments (48 hours) Independent Learning (52 hours) G & V: CAE UI p.37 W: elearning Language Pack writing an outline for compare and contrast essay. Effective Writing 2 p.109-115 W: Effective Writing 2: Editing your writing p. 121-124 ex 1-6
S&V: Formulating the appropriate vocabulary and taking notes for a prepared topic for discussion in preparation for the final Speaking assessment. ILOs 5&2 V: compare and contrast vocabulary ILO 2
S&V: Select a compare and contrast topic for speaking– introduce vocabulary for compare and contrast Selecting a Topic – essay 1 Compare and Contrast W&G&V: Brainstorming Topic + Outline mind mapping on paper V: Compare and contrast connectors/transitions W&G: sentence connectors CAE UI p.64 reinforcement Writing an Introduction- Exercises 1- 4 http://resources.jjay.cuny.edu/erc/writing/i ntroduction/exmenu_introduction.php W&G&V: writing Draft 1 + Feedback Student support *Avoiding repetition CAE UI p.92 Feedback- Body CAE UI p.35 *Conclusion+ Feedback CAE p.88,89
Effective Writing 2 Language Pack Intermediate Language pack – elearning Cambridge Academic English Upper Intermediate – Hewings & McCarthy student’s book. Writing an IntroductionExercises 1- 4 http://resources.jjay.cuny.edu /erc/writing/introduction/exm enu_introduction.php
W&G&V: Writing an Outline for a Compare and Contrast essay. ILOs 1, 2 & 4. W&G: sentence connectors ILOs 1 and 4 W&G&V: Introducing similarities and differences with reference to relevant linking devices of compare and contrast. formal Vs informal language ILOs 1, 2 & 4. W& G &V: Writing a Compare...
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