Tentative schedule & learning outcomes

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Published on February 24, 2014

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MELP Learning Outcomes addressed EVERY WEEK: Identify topic, main ideas, and details, predict content by using pictures, discussion questions,and accessing background knowledge, using different methods to take notes about a lecture or a listening, give short reports on small group presentations, limit excessive filler pauses and false starts, lead and participate in mini discussions, use appropriate language to communicate with classmates and instructor about classroom tasks, paraphrase, summarize, and synthesize information from short lectures, show comprehension by confirming notes and discussing and responding to content MELP Learning Outcomes addressed in ALL PRESENTATIONS: Speak for 1-2 minutes on familiar and academic topics, plan and present 3-5 minute individual presentations, use academic vocabulary accurately in prepared presentations and speaking assignments , use appropriate grammatical structures and vocabulary while presenting Week 1 (1/2124) Unit/Theme Unit 1: Gender and Society 2 (1/2731) Unit 1: Gender and Society 3 (2/3-7) Unit 2: Reproducing Life 4 (2/1014) Unit 2: Reproducing Life Learning Goals (from textbook) Listening: Note-taking, listening for main ideas & details Speaking: Talking about rules & expectations, explaining opinions MELP Learning Outcomes: ask for and give opinions, support opinions with personal examples, guess meanings of words from context, use notes to discuss and answer questions about material, agreeing and disagreeing, describe personal information about yourself and others Listening: Note-taking, listening for main ideas & details, pronunciation of “can” & “can’t” Speaking: Giving reasons, explaining opinions, evaluating reasons, using inclusive language, talking about rules & expectations in the past Due/Assessment Presentation Focus Listening: Listening for main ideas & details, stress patterns, key words Speaking: Key words, explaining a process, making suggestions, stress patterns before suffixes MELP Learning Outcomes: Ask for clarification and repetition, identify word stress of familiar vocabulary, use syllable stress of familiar words accurately, give and ask for advice, give instructions and make suggestions, correctly produce noun and verb word stress patterns in two-syllable words, identify words that signal a part of a process or presentation, identify content and function words in simple sentences Listening: Listening for main ideas & details, stress patterns, key words, identifying specific information Speaking: Asking for repetition, using specific details, stress patterns before suffixes Group presentation Identify and perform group member roles, use appropriate non verbals while presenting, use appropriate voice volume, monitor appropriate use of grammar and vocabulary in recorded assignments and presentations Unit 1 & 2 Listening Test

MELP Learning Outcomes addressed EVERY WEEK: Identify topic, main ideas, and details, predict content by using pictures, discussion questions,and accessing background knowledge, using different methods to take notes about a lecture or a listening, give short reports on small group presentations, limit excessive filler pauses and false starts, lead and participate in mini discussions, use appropriate language to communicate with classmates and instructor about classroom tasks, paraphrase, summarize, and synthesize information from short lectures, show comprehension by confirming notes and discussing and responding to content MELP Learning Outcomes addressed in ALL PRESENTATIONS: Speak for 1-2 minutes on familiar and academic topics, plan and present 3-5 minute individual presentations, use academic vocabulary accurately in prepared presentations and speaking assignments , use appropriate grammatical structures and vocabulary while presenting 5 (2/172/21) Unit 5: Making a Living, Making a Difference Listening: Understanding a speaker’s purpose, taking notes on a lecture, Speaking: Asking for reasons, using numbers & statistics, showing interest while listening 6 (2/2428) Unit 5: Making a Living, Making a Difference Listening: Listening to a small group discussion, fast speech, asking sensitive questions Speaking: Practicing & timing your presentation, small group discussions MELP Learning Outcomes: recognize third person –s and –ed endings, lead and participate in mini discussions, identify and perform group member roles and use language to hold the floor, use non-verbal cues to show interest and active listening, keep a conversation going, ask follow-up questions, use pauses and fillers appropriately in prepared and impromptu speaking Midterm Exam/ Oral Interview 7 (3/3-7) Unit 4: Fascinating Planet Listening: Tuning out distractions, taking notes on a documentary, using cause/effect graphic organizers Speaking: Talking about historical events, explaining causes & effects MELP Learning Outcomes: use checklists to identify strengths and weaknesses of peer and self presentations, give good peer feedback, responding to audience questions with brief responses 8 (3/10Unit 4: Fascinating Listening: Listening to informal conversations 14) Planet Speaking: Pronunciation for choices or lists, making eye contact, responding to suggestions (3/17-21) Spring Break—No Classes! 9 (3/24Unit 7: After Oil Listening: Considering viewpoint & bias, listening for main ideas & details, 3/28) making inferences, reported speech Poster Presentations (individual) Unit 4 & 5 Listening Test Use notes, pictures and basic powerpoint slides, respond to audience questions

MELP Learning Outcomes addressed EVERY WEEK: Identify topic, main ideas, and details, predict content by using pictures, discussion questions,and accessing background knowledge, using different methods to take notes about a lecture or a listening, give short reports on small group presentations, limit excessive filler pauses and false starts, lead and participate in mini discussions, use appropriate language to communicate with classmates and instructor about classroom tasks, paraphrase, summarize, and synthesize information from short lectures, show comprehension by confirming notes and discussing and responding to content MELP Learning Outcomes addressed in ALL PRESENTATIONS: Speak for 1-2 minutes on familiar and academic topics, plan and present 3-5 minute individual presentations, use academic vocabulary accurately in prepared presentations and speaking assignments , use appropriate grammatical structures and vocabulary while presenting Speaking: Reporting what someone has said, giving informal presentations, using appropriate volume MELP Learning Outcomes:Use appropriate voice volume while presenting, recognize reduced forms, recognize third person –s and –ed ending, use strategies to improve pronunciation of difficult consonant and vowel sounds, ADDITIONAL FOCUS ON PRONUNCIATION (exact content TBD) 10 (3/314/4) Unit 7: After Oil Listening: Checking notes for accuracy, listening to conversations & lectures Speaking: Discussing timelines, making judgments about the future, reductions, softening assertions 11 (4/711) Unit 8: Traditional & Modern Medicine 12 (4/1418) Unit 8: Traditional & Modern Medicine 13 (4/2125) Unit 6: A World of Words 14 (4/285/2) Unit 6: A World of Words Listening: Asking questions while listening, listening to a conversation in a professor’s office, real conditionals, evaluating claims Speaking: Real conditionals, discussing health, evaluating claims MELP Learning Outcomes: Start and end conversations using small talk, keep a conversation going, asking follow up questions, Listening: Linking vowels with /y/ & /w/ sounds, listening to a conversation Speaking: Linking vowels with /y/ & /w/ sounds, using quantifiers, making suggestions, ending a conversation, looking up while speaking Listening: Understanding sidetracks, main ideas & details, review question intonation Speaking: Negative questions, making sidetracks, staying neutral, giving a summary, discussing personal preferences Listening: Understanding sidetracks, main ideas & details, review question intonation Speaking: Negative questions, making sidetracks, staying neutral, giving a Presentations (individual) Unit 7 & 8 Listening Test Identify and use introduction and conclusions, use transitional phrases to connect ideas

MELP Learning Outcomes addressed EVERY WEEK: Identify topic, main ideas, and details, predict content by using pictures, discussion questions,and accessing background knowledge, using different methods to take notes about a lecture or a listening, give short reports on small group presentations, limit excessive filler pauses and false starts, lead and participate in mini discussions, use appropriate language to communicate with classmates and instructor about classroom tasks, paraphrase, summarize, and synthesize information from short lectures, show comprehension by confirming notes and discussing and responding to content MELP Learning Outcomes addressed in ALL PRESENTATIONS: Speak for 1-2 minutes on familiar and academic topics, plan and present 3-5 minute individual presentations, use academic vocabulary accurately in prepared presentations and speaking assignments , use appropriate grammatical structures and vocabulary while presenting summary, discussing personal preferences MELP Learning Outcomes: Identify intonation in wh- and yes/ no questions, using appropriate non verbals in speaking, paraphrase, summarize and synthesize information from short lectures 15 (5/5-9) Final Listening Test & Stress content words in Oral Interview, prepared presentations, groups presentations in conjunction with R/C

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