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Extractions: The Parallels of ESL and Composition Pedagogy "The aim of functional objectives is to develop fluency," I interjected during a teachers' meeting in Tokyo, Japan in 1995. Functional objectives became our school's new buzz phrase. At that time, our pedagogical approach began to shift from the more accuracy-oriented approach of the target structure to the more fluency-oriented approach of functional objective. Just a few years later while attending yet another teachers' meeting but this time for English composition here in California, I encountered this familiar debate. However, the discussion wasn't about accuracy versus fluency in ESL pedagogy, but instead product versus process in composition pedagogy. Based on my experience of orienting the ESL students' communicative ability toward an informal audience, I have discovered and since adopted an approach which I feel, although effectively encompasses both fluency and accuracy, is more fluency-oriented. The importance lies not only in recognizing this dichotomy, but in accepting and working with. In Pat Peterson's article A Synthesis of Methods, he identifies interactive processing, first pioneered by E.A. Nida, as a combination of meaning-driven and form operations.
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Extractions: - These are sessions composed of up to ten students at once. These group sessions cover Grammar, Listening/Speaking, Reading, and ESL through Computers. You may choose any of these groups at any time. Although you are not committed for the entire semester, you may want to stay with a group that you like for as long as your schedule allows to benefit as much as you can. Often, individuals joining these groups end up staying together, thus creating a bond among them. Although not exclusively, most of these groups cover material for lower level classes such as ESL 42, 52, 62, etc. Individual Tutoring - These are one-on-one tutorial sessions with instructors. You may come with any range of questions - from simple help with your homework to help with your essay. These are the sessions you want to go to if you need help with organization of your paper, brainstorming ideas for a thesis, and other composition problems. Students in ESL 62 and above (including ESL learners in regular English classes) can profit the most from these sessions. Chat Rooms - These are rooms in cyberspace where you can have access to an instructor depending on availability and time. You may join any of these chats and ask the instructor who is moderating the chat questions that you may have regarding your classes. You may access these rooms from your own computer at home using your own ISP (Internet Service Provider) such as AOL or Earthlink. The first time you go in the rooms, you will be asked to "Create Account." After this first time, you will be automatically registered in the room, and you can simply log-in when you come back. Depending on availability, you may also use these rooms to meet other classmates to discuss homework and assignments. (Please be aware that these rooms are always monitored by instructors whether they are present or not; the rooms are for educational purposes, and you must bear this in mind.)
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Extractions: More options English Club Add URL Top : Grammar Categories Web Pages ABC of Grammar - Various grammar exercises and tests from huge database. (Added: 4-May-2001 Hits: 1167 be used to doing (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 2032 English Grammar - This is where you can work on your English grammar. And to help you remember the grammar that you learn, try the homework of your choice. (Added: 5-Aug-1999 Hits: 10054 English Homework - Homework exercises on grammar that you can print out or do on line. With answers. (Added: 1-Jan-2000 Hits: 9038 English Subjunctive - The structure and use of the subjunctive in English. (Added: 4-Nov-2000 Hits: 1509 GOING TO for the Future (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 2243 Names in English - Rules for using names or proper nouns in English (Added: 4-Nov-2000 Hits: 1187 Past Simple tense: (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 2437 Present Continuous + future word for the Future: (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 1796 Present Continuous tense (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 1922 Present Perfect Continuous tense: (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 1977 Present Perfect tense: (Added: 12-Aug-1999 Hits: 2138 Test Your Grammar - Online tests in grammar for EFL/ESL students. With answers.
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Extractions: ESL 114 COMPOSITION UNIT Topic: The Dickson Mounds Controversy Rhetorical Style: Argumentation INPUT TEXTS: Spotted Elk, Clara. "Skeletons in the attic." Scholastic Update 26 May 1989: 25. Trotter, V.L. Letter. "Case Presented for Dickson Mounds." Lewiston Daily 7 June 1990. SUPPLEMENTARY TEXTS: Brower, Montgomery. "Walter Echo-Hawk Fights for his People's Right to Rest in Peace-not in Museums." People Weekly 9 Sept. 1989: 42-44. Burghart, Tara. "UI Continues to Research Human Remains." The Daily Illini 18 Oct. 1991. "Case 5. Who Owns the Bones?" Omni Ja. 1988: 98-99. Cowley, Geoffrey. et al. "The Plunder of the Past." Newsweek 26 June 1989: 58-60. Craig, Bruce. "Bones of Contention." National Parks Jl/Ag 1990: Dellios, Hugh. "Edgar Wrestling Dickson Mounds Question." The Chicago Tribune 11 Sept. 1991. The Dickson Mounds Controversy Videocassette transcript. 1990. Johansen, Bruce E. "Dead Indians Out, Live Indians In." The Progressive Dec. 1989:15-16.
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Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org 8th Grade Classes 9th Grade Classes English is a two semester course that emphasizes grammar, writing, and literature. Students practice various forms of expository essays and paragraphs. They explore the short story and world literature classics including Shakespeare and Homer. Advanced English differs from regular english because we spend more time on reading and writing than regular English classes. We move through grammar more rapidly to allow more time for projects, additional reading, and writing opportunities. In addition, Advanced English students have an opportunity to participate in AAIMS each year, also.
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Extractions: This course is designed for the increasing number of students who need a review of English fundamentals, including practice with sentences, grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Course content also includes disciplined practice and application of writing strategies in paragraphs, working toward writing fully developed essays; plus consistent practice and application of reading strategies in short reader responses; also included is an introduction to critical thinking skills and a review of correct writing principles, including spelling, grammar, and punctuation. It has been proven again and again: Students who connect with their fellow classmates, who form outside study and peer review groups, do much better in composition courses more than they might have done on their own. Therefore, take the time to collect the phone numbers of several classmates and contact them in case you happen to miss class or need additional clarification on your essay or homework assignments. Do this! Do what the teacher says!
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Extractions: English 201AB is a one-term course, which students may take twice, in preparation for English 1A. In this course, students will develop their reading, thinking, and writing skills, particularly those skills required for successful college-level reading and paper writing, not only in future English classes, but in all colleges classes. This graded course is intended for students who need preparation before taking English 1A and/or to satisfy the AA requirements. It has been proven again and again: Students who connect with their fellow classmates, who form outside study and peer review groups, do much better in composition courses more than they might have done on their own. Therefore, take the time to collect the phone numbers of several classmates and contact them in case you happen to miss class or need additional clarification on your essay or homework assignments.
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Extractions: New students to Canada are placed appropriately after they are assessed at the Richmond School Board Office by an E.S.L. Specialist. Students coming from within Richmond or other B.C. districts are placed according to the report card suggestions. All E.S.L. students have ongoing evaluation and major district tests to ensure that they are placed correctly. This course is designed to give students opportunities to practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in English while learning about their community, culture, Canadian geography, world geography and Canada - the provinces, capitals, regions, resources and industries. Language for communication is the focus of this course.
Extractions: Where can I find other online ESL resources We want to promote the idea of "defenseless learning" in the ESL classroom and discuss ways to create defenseless learning using computers in the ESL classroom. Defenseless learning is what we choose to call what happens when students are "off the defensive," so that their "affective filters"to use Steve Krashen's term for students' anxietiesabout performing in the target languageare transformed into a desire to communicate with it. Creating a defenseless learning environment is also what Peter Elbow is referring to when he talks about creating "evaluation-free zones" for student writers. Our research and experience as ESL composition instructors have shown us that computers can help us create what both ESL and composition experts endorse: a situation where defenseless learning can take place.
Course Offerings - English for Speakers of other Languages (esl) EN15 Reading the study of grammar, composition,library orientation Board Adopted 1998 Prerequisites None homework 23 http://www.tuhsd.k12.az.us/Tempe_HS/Curriculum/eng.html
Extractions: This course is designed as a companion course to Freshman English, and the curriculum is developed to help the student succeed. Reading, writing, listening, and critical thinking skills are emphasized. Comprehension skills are stressed as well as study skills, vocabulary, and grammar usage. [Board Adopted 1998]
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107G Course Policies 60 Arps Hall Main esl composition Office 60 Arps Hall (Rm. If you should need helpwith this, please ask! TIMED WRITINGS, QUIZZES, homework, AND EXTRA CREDIT http://www.esl.ohio-state.edu/Staff/Hardman/107G/107G_Policy.html
Extractions: Main ESL Composition Office: 60 Arps Hall (Rm. 79) ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION: Class will meet three days a week for a total of five contact hours. Regular attendance and participation in class are required and will be reflected in your final grade. After five hours of absences (or three classes) an official absence report form will be sent to your college office. This will result in a 1% drop from you final class grade, and each additional absence will result in a 1% drop/day from your final grade. Any class-work missed will not be made up. If you are absent, it is your responsibility to check your email or contact a classmate to find out the next assignments. Also the assignments due that day must by turned into my office or mailbox by 5 PM to receive credit. Five late days will be totaled as one absence. PAPERS POLICY: Late papers will be downgraded by 1/2 level (A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, etc.) for every day they are late. Rough drafts of papers must be turned into me in class. Final drafts must be in my office or mailbox by 5 PM on the due date. Note word count for each draft at the end of the assignment. Due dates to be announced in class or on-line.
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Extractions: Main ESL Composition Office: 60 Arps Hall Rm. 79 ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION: Class will meet M and W for 2 hours and F for 1. Regular attendance and participation in class are required and will be reflected in your final grade. After five horus of absences an official absence report form will be sent to your college office. This will result in a 1% drop from you final class grade, and each additional absence will result in a 1% drop/day from your final grade. Three late days will be totaled as one absence. Any class-work missed will not be made up. If you are absent, it is your responsibility to check your email and contact a classmate to find out the next assignments. Also the assignments due that day must by turned into my mailbox by 4 PM to receive credit. PAPERS POLICY: Late papers will be downgraded by 1/2 level (A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, etc.) for every day they are late. Rough drafts of papers must be turned into me in class. Final drafts must be in my mailbox by 4 PM on the due date. Due dates to be announced in class or on-line. Turn in ALL drafts and pre-writing used in the process of writing each paper in a folder with your name on the front. Checklists to help you collect all materials to turn in with drafts are posted on the class web page. Every draft should be should be typed (double-spaced with 1" margins all around) with size 12 font on a good quality printer (not dot matrix). If you do not yet know how to use a word processing program on a computer or electronic mail (email), NOW is the time to learn. Basic workshops, as well as, self-paced video instruction are available on campus. Go to 512 Baker Systems or call 292-5848 for more information. If you should need help with this, please ask!