Posts Tagged ‘@eugenio_fouz’

Distinguir el cero de la o (códigos alfanuméricos)

11 December 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

A veces en la escritura de un código alfanumérico uno no es capaz de diferenciar la letra O del 0. De manera fortuita encontré un remedio práctico a esta cuestión. Acababa de descubrir una aplicación de bloc de notas (Material Notes) para mi teléfono móvil en la que mientras anotaba unos números de teléfono vi que el 0 (cero) aparecía atravesado por una línea diagonal en una fuente de la propia aplicación llamada Oxygen Mono.

cc @RAEinforma 

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THE AFTER EXAM PAGE (Business English 1) 6.12.19

6 December 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

THE AFTER EXAM PAGE
Business English 1
6.12.19

1/ Get your textbook or a dictionary, check the correct spelling of the days of the week and copy them at least twice (at least.al menos) (twice.dos veces)

2/ To learn vocabulary, download the wordlist papers from Aula Virtual (@moodle) and print them. After that, mark the words and expressions you can write or say without any doubt (doubt.duda)

3/ Attend classes. If you miss the teacher´s talks, you will be lost (to attend.asistir)

4/ Always have a look at your mistakes the day of correction. If possible, take some notes to avoid making the same mistake (to avoid.evitar)

5/ Thuesday is a word that doesn´t exist. Tuesday (martes) or Thursday (jueves) do exist!
Thrusday doesn´t exist either (either.tampoco)

6/ I don´t not like this girl is WRONG. I do not like this girl (no me gusta esta chica) is RIGHT
(WRONG.incorrecto) (RIGHT.correcto)

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E. Fouz.-6.12.19

METHOD

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#PDF

https://tinyurl.com/wob2akj

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say, you say (English language classroom)

30 November 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

English language
Classroom board:

The teacher writes a word on the blackboard:

say

 

what is this word?
is it a noun, a verb, a pronoun?

 

__it´s a verb

 

it is a verb. Right!
now, let´s see…
can we call this verb form INFINITIVE?
just say anything! The first idea you have…

 

__yes, it´s the infinitive

So, the Spanish translation is decir?

 

__yes, that´s it

 

No, that´s not right.
The infinitive of a verb, generally speaking, must be signalled by the particle to.

(…)

See the whole board here:

#PDF

https://tinyurl.com/vtzltyl

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E. Fouz.-30.11.19

METHOD

Oral assessment.-Q. A- (III)

4 November 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Q. A

2.1.4

-oral assessment-

What day of the week is it today?

Today is Monday

It´s Monday

It´s Thursday

 

Is it Tuesday?

Yes, it is

No, it isn´t. It is Wednesday

No, it isn´t. It´s Monday

(…)

#PDF

Q. A 2.1.4

https://tinyurl.com/yydxj8jp

#PDF

Q. A 2.1.5

https://tinyurl.com/y5yzhsd3

#PDF

Q.A 2.1.6

https://tinyurl.com/y6pjhjs3

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E. Fouz.-31.10.19

METHOD

Oral assessment -Q.A- (II)

27 October 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Q. A

2.I.I

-oral assessment-

 

Do you speak English?

Yes, I do

I understand a few words

No, I don´t

 

Which languages do you speak more or less fluently?

I speak French and Japanese

I only speak English

 

Can you spell your name?

Yes, I can. [ S M I T H (Smith)]

Yes, sure

No, sorry!

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#PDF

Q.A 2.1.1

https://tinyurl.com/y4d7pyt6

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#PDF

Q.A 2.1.2

https://tinyurl.com/yy7xzc96

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#PDF

Q.A 2.1.3

https://tinyurl.com/y3uc39cg

 

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E. Fouz.-27.10.19

METHOD

Q.A -oral assessment-

26 October 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Oral assessment is a must in a class of foreign language. I like the technique of Q. A (Question.Answer) to the students. To begin, the teacher provides some essential messages for communication by writing phrases on the board.

e.g: What´s your last name, Peter?

Immediately the teacher invites the choir of students to repeat the answer: Smith.

The MOODLE (@moodle) platform is useful to share these formulas. I have prepared some pages for beginners with an eye to this website:  www.7esl.com (answers to common English questions)

https://7esl.com/answers-to-common-english-questions/

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Q. A

-oral assessment-

1.1.1

the English alphabet (26 letters)

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

What’s your name?

-My name is Sophia

-I’m Liam

-My name is Charles

_My Christian name is Edmund

What´s your family name?

_My family name is Smith

_My surname is Barrett

_My last name is Beckett

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PDF I.I.I

https://tinyurl.com/y62tf88h

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PDF I.I.2

https://tinyurl.com/y5yndc9m

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PDF I.I.3

https://tinyurl.com/y4o9f22t

 

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E. Fouz.-26.10.19

METHOD

 

umume macho #UMU25N (tweet)

24 October 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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II CONCURSO DE TUITS CONTRA LA VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO

#UMU25N @igualdadUMU @UMU

noviembre 2019

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Dynamics in the classroom (English language)

7 October 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

[Tom Berenger, “The substitute”, 1996. Dir. Robert Mandel]

ENGLISH LANGUAGE DYNAMICS in the classroom

-Teacher´s Notes-

1/ GRAMMAR: skeleton of verbs: samples ( 2 verbs) – programming of 44 specific points (demonstratives, plural of nouns, present simple tense)

2/ read words (wordlist PACK); take notes

3/ NOTEBOOK time – correction on BOARD – WRITING

4/ BOOK- show and do exercises + AUDIOS –LISTENING; WRITING

5/ visit AV (@moodle) – right there (in the classroom)

6/ sample sentences (sms): My name is … BOARD I am fourteen – GRAMMAR; SYNTAX; VOCABULARY Hello, good morning

7/ revise BASICS: (just certain elements) reminder alphabet (spell 3 words) numbers (remember how to write number 14? and 40?) colours make sentences in the IMPERATIVE grammar syllabus vocabulary (idioms, false friends)

8/ PPA (Parallel Papers) – have a look at some papers. Read them. Explain, show, check they have understood

9/ exercises WRITING

10/ FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE (teacher´s eavesdropping.-try to get their mother language phrases into my bloc and pass them into English language myself)

11/ READING texts aloud

12/ Q. A (Question & Answer) – oral assessment

13 / HOMEWORK

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E. Fouz.-

7/10719

METHOD

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#PDF

https://tinyurl.com/yxdr4v2o

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Extremely brief oral assessment in English language classes

3 October 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

oral

SuBjEcT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

SiTuAtIoN: Q. A method in tests, controls and examinations

PaRtIeS: Teacher (Question) + STUDENTS (Answer)

HoW DoEs It WoRk?:

*The teacher moves around the students who are doing an examination and asks easy, quick questions to be answered by the students.

*To get a positive mark, the student must follow these 3 basic rules:

1/ give a right answer*

2/ never use Spanish language (in the English Language classroom)

3/not be too slow to reply

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*Obviously, wrong answers are opposite to right answers. Nevertheless, there is a chance for self correction. Just in case the student realizes of his mistake immediately, he has the opportunity to change his version. Let us say that he has been asked to spell his surname and he doesn’t get it right. If he apologises at once, he can try again.

METHOD

 

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E. Fouz.-

3.10.2019

#PDF

extremely brief oral assessment in English language classes

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androgynyandalabyrinthpoem

23 September 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

[Egon Schiele, artist]

The (she) Hermaphrodite & the (he) Narcissus by emilioefe
DEDICATED to Julian Schuting
the phoenix bird flies with its beak
downwards already

hermaphrodite
hermes-aphrodite
beautiful aphrodite, goddess of greek love
aphrodisiac hermes, laureate taekwondo fighter
in his thirties
aphrohermesnarcissus
he-she
loves only him/herself
narcissus
hermaphrodite
narcissus
the she-hermaphrodite & the he-narcissus
enlightenshim/herself, he-she sees deep inside
whereas other eyes see the external thing
men love
women are loved

(…)

https://tinyurl.com/y6tj2ggd

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