Posts Tagged ‘weekly plan’

Notepad- WEEKLY PLAN

27 November 2013

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Nov 27th, 2013 Wed

 

 

1.3 Audio.book.SMS

2.3 Workbook.translation. words Parallel Papers

3.3 Correction from Book. Workbook.notebook: list of tasks

4.1 Reading texts

5.1 Homework (book, notebook, @moodle) 

Bird calligrammic classroom schedule- May 6th, 2013 (teacher´s notes)

6 May 2013

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Grammar

Words _ >

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Textbook + audios

Extra AUDIOS
workbook. Correction on Board

BASICS

Notebook. Tasks. Correction

Reading Book. Read, translate, Questions on Form and Content

AUDIOS

Essay writing

Q A

SMS writing

 

Essays

Comment on pictures

Situations and imagination

Planning a perfect weekly plan in my English language class

9 October 2011

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

 (“Fight Club” film directed by David Fincher.-1999)

The perfect week should have an appearance like this, more or less:

#grammar explanation, audio listening of some texts, book work, word list, parallel papers (extra exercises, vocabulary, set expressions, news, etc), workbook time

#grammar explanation (II), audio listening (II), correction of exercises from the book, workbook time, parallel papers, reading aloud

#correction of exercises from the book, correction of exercises from the workbook on board, wordlist, SMS-translation of Spanish short messages into English-, translation day with dictionaries/short essay writing on an easy topic (around 20 or 30 words), PAU tests simplified

*homework and AV or MOODLE invitation, watching short videos, Question & Answer talks live in class, choral messages, drawing, telling stories, etcetera


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