Course Introduction English in Every day Life and English at Recreation.


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Course Orientation English in Daily Life & English at Leisure

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1 Program Survey

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Module One English Language Communication (expertise arranged) 高级通用英语主题模块 Courses on incorporated dialect abilities A Guide to Success 1: Orientation English in Daily Life English at Leisure English at Work English in Current Affairs

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Module Two Literature and society (aptitude situated) 高级英语文学文化模块 Courses on skills(60%) + content (40%) A Guide to Success 2: Learning Strategies English for Studying Cross-social Communication English in a Changing World English Through Literature English-speaking Countries Today (1) (2)

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Module Three Professional preparing (content-situated) 高级英语专业模块 Courses on expert overhauling A Guide to Success 3: Professionalism Language and Linguistics *English Teaching Methodology/*Translation and Interpretation/*Business English Practical Project Design

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Module Four Common courses 高级公共课程模块 Second remote dialect Law fundamentals Contemporary industrialist financial aspects International legislative issues and societies

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2 Course Introduction

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What do I have to think around a course keeping in mind the end goal to meet its necessity?

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appraisal assets point What do I have to think about the two courses so as to meet their prerequisite? content Study strategies Course outline My obligations time

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appraisal assets point What do I have to think about the two courses with a specific end goal to meet their necessity? content Study techniques Course outline My obligations time

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Aim – What would I be able to do toward the fruition of the courses? You can: Listen to, talk/read/expound on the general issues concerning every day and recreation life exercises (with an attention on vocabulary, sentence structures, points, and so on.); Acquire key tuning in/talking/perusing/composing abilities; Obtain social data concerning day by day and relaxation life of English-talking nations.

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appraisal assets point What do I have to think about the two courses with a specific end goal to meet their prerequisite? content Study strategies Course outline My obligations time

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Content – What is the course about? It acquaints you with the essential dialect aptitudes fundamental for day by day and recreation life connections. The emphasis is overwhelmingly on the listening and talking aptitudes required in casual circumstances, such as visiting with companions, relatives and neighbors. There are additionally perusing and composing exercises. They are intended to fortify your listening and talking aptitudes. Find the key data!

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Content – What is the course about? It acquaints you with the fundamental dialect abilities important for every day and relaxation life connections . The emphasis is prevalently on the listening and talking aptitudes required in casual circumstances , like visiting with companions, relatives and neighbors. There are additionally perusing and composing exercises . They are intended to fortify your listening and talking aptitudes.

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Content – What is the course about?

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Content – What is the course about? Titles for every unit of ED: Local people group Life and relationship Health People The family The home Daily schedules Getting around

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Content – What is the course about? Titles for every unit of EL: Shopping Gathering and festivities Eating and drinking Home change Entertainment at home Travel Sports Theater, film and show

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evaluation assets point What do I have to think about the two courses with a specific end goal to meet their necessity? content Study techniques Course plan My duties time

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Design - How is the course organized? Course Task-based Unit (8) Activity(6~8) Instruction  Task (4~8) Exercise Teacher-evidence  Feedback

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Design - How is the course organized? What number of errands are there in every course? E in Daily Life 278 E at Leisure 295 Why do we tally the quantity of undertakings?

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evaluation assets point What do I have to think about the two courses with a specific end goal to meet their prerequisite? content Study strategies Course outline My obligations time

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Time – How much time do I have to spend on the course? Number of assignments: 278 Average working time for every errand: 20 min. All out working time: 5560 min. (93 hrs) Time for the course: 56 days (8 weeks) 99 min. What amount of time a day? 5 assignments what number undertakings a day?

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Time – How much time do I have to spend on the course? Presently comes the basic inquiry: Can you save 99 minutes a day to finish 5 undertakings? Yes!!!

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Activities Task No. Exercises Task No. One 3 errands Five 8 assignments Two 3 undertakings Six 8 errands Three 3 undertakings Seven 7 assignments Four 2 undertakings Total: 34 errands Time – Make a week after week arrangement Step 1: Count the quantity of errands you are required to accomplish for the week (Unit 1 of ED)

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Study routine Tasks every day Hours every day Average hour on weekdays 7 assignments 2.5 hours Average hour ordinary 5 assignments 1.5 hours Average hour on weekdays and more on weekend Weekdays: 3 undertakings 1 hour Weekend: 20 assignments 7 hours Time – Make a week after week arrangement Step 2: Calculate time expected to do every one of the errands (Each assignment needs a normal of 20 minutes). Ensure that you leave 4 hours for survey.

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Day Time Activity Monday (6T) 6:00 – 6:20 am A 1(T1) 9:00-11:30 pm A1(T2-T3) A 2(T1-T3) … Sunday (R) 2:00 – 5:00 pm Review/Platform 9:00 – 10:30 pm Assignment Time – Make a week after week arrangement Step 3: Make a week by week arrangement. Unit 1 of English in Daily Life

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appraisal assets point What do I have to think about the two courses with a specific end goal to meet their prerequisite? content Study techniques Course plan My obligations time

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Assessment – How would I be able to pass the course ? Scores of the three assignments ÷ 3 × 15% 1. + 2. Scores of advancement reports 5% + × 3. End of the year test 80% + 4. Instructional exercise participation reward 1%~5% Final score (60 or above) = 4.5 credits

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Assessment – How would I be able to pass the course ? The end of the year test: 1. Composed exam: Skills tried: Listening + Reading + Writing Time: 120 minutes Score: 100 2. Oral exam: Skill tried: speaking Time: 10 minutes Score: 100 3. Rules and test paper Available at the Announcement Column of the e-learning stage

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evaluation assets point What do I have to think about the two courses so as to meet their prerequisite? content Study strategies Course plan My duties time

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Resources - What materials would it be a good idea for me to have? Center assets  1 printed reading material  2 tapes (to go with the book)  A multi-media courseware (to cover  )  An online courseware (Duplication of  )  Demo instructional exercises ( 10VCDs;4CD-ROMS)  Suppl. sound materials (4VCDs)

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Resources - What materials would it be a good idea for me to have? Online assets Tutorial assets FAQ bank Reference bank Assignment assets Online and disconnected learner bolster Self-evaluation bank

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appraisal assets point What do I have to think about the two courses with a specific end goal to meet their prerequisite? content Study techniques Course outline My obligations time

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Methods – Is there an enchantment pill? Indications that need treatment: This content is simple since I locate no new words and structures in it. I finish every one of the errands through perusing. My tuning in/talking is poor. I can enhance my tuning in/talking through a considerable measure of practice.

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Methods – Is there an enchantment pill? Specialists\' analysis: This content is simple since I locate no new words and structures in it. - Can you close the book and duplicate the content verbally or in composed structure? I finish every one of the errands through perusing. - Can you listen or talk with your eyes? My tuning in/talking is poor. - Can the specialist do anything in the event that you simply let him know/her that "I am sick" without portraying the indications? I can illuminate my tuning in/talking issue by a great deal of practice. - Should you attempt a wide range of pharmaceutical when you are sick?

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Methods – Is there an enchantment pill? Specialists\' treatment (1): This content is simple since I locate no new words and structures in it. - Can you close the book and duplicate the content verbally or in composed structure? I finish every one of the assignments through perusing. - Can you listen or talk with your eyes? Learning By Doing

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Learning By Doing Your way to deal with the errands: a) doing the undertakings inventively by utilizing systems. b) going over every one of the errands by understanding them up rapidly before going to instructional exercises. c) doing the errands as per guidelines, however hopping to input without attempting endeavors first in searching for arrangements. d) doing the errands inventively and applying what is found out to life use. e) going over every one of the assignments by understanding them up, and gaze upward the obscure words. f) doing the errands strenuously as per directions. g) leaving the undertakings for the instructional exercise, anticipating that the mentor should lead through .

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Learning By Doing Use your mouth  To ensure that you have built up a portion of the powerful listening and talking abilities, please answer the accompanying inquiries ORALLY with Yes or No as per your circumstance. Utilize your pen/hand   Try to anticipate how Chris and Jane conduct their discussion. Will you choose whether it is Chris or Jane who does the accompanying thing by composing the names Chris, or Jane on the given lines?

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Methods – Is there an enchantment pill? Specialists\' treatment (2): My tuning in/talking is poor. - Can the specialist do anything on the off chance that you simply let him know/her that "I am sick" without depicting the manifestations? I can comprehend my tuning in/talking issue by a considerable measure of practice. - Should you attempt a wide range of medication when you are sick? An activity arrangement

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An Action Plan - Listening Step 1: Identify the particular issue Step 2: Anal

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