English year 1 lesson 1

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CommunicatieHBOStudiejaar 1

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Lecturer
Anke Klop

Drs. J.G. Klop
English Language and Literature, Leiden University

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Interview
  • In groups of 2 students, interview each other
  • Come up with one (fun) fact to introduce your fellow student to the class and to the teacher
  • Come up with one question you would like to ask the teacher 
  • All in English, obviously! 

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Are you ready to get some work done?
Yes!
No :-(
Well, that is.....I don't have the book yet

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Self-evaluation
  • Before we start
  • Baseline measurement
  • Word document in Teams
(Teams HATMVT 1[A/B] 21/22  / Bestanden / English 1.1 / Self-evaluation)

NOTE: do not use Word online, but download your own copy!

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they can draw on the spider web with their mouse
Get organised!
  • Decide where you will store all digital content
  • Make a folder for English 1.1
  • 1.1 = year 1, term 1

  • Decide how you will store the work done with pen and paper

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Lesson objective
Students will have gained a broad understanding of
the content of this module (point 1), acquired new
language/communication skills in English (point 2)
and obtained the necessary knowledge to complete
the statement/assignment 1 of the portfolio (point
3).

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BUT HOW?!
1. introduction + take a quiz on it!
2. Complete some English activities
3. Prepare your first assignment

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Organisation of this course
  • English - sustainable skill - not stand-alone
  • Subjects connected: use English as a tourism professional
  • 6 x 90 minutes, weeks 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (see timeline)
  • 84 hours: lessons + 75 hrs of self-study/preparation
  • Preparation is key!

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Feedback
  • Feedback: it's a team effort
  • self-evaluation
  • peer feedback - in class
  • expert feedback: conditions
  • For expert feedback you meet deadlines & you prepare!

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Portfolio
Formative assignments: pass/fail
  • Signed portfolio statement
  • Article on study trip of week 2
  • Press release proposal
Assignment for a grade: 0-10
  • Press release
Note: the portfolio must be complete to be graded!

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Are you ready to take a quiz?
YES ūüėĀ
NO ūüėĖ
Not sure

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How many lessons will we have this term?
A
3
B
5
C
6
D
7

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English is a stand alone subject within Tourism Management
A
True
B
False
C
I don't know

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Is preparation important in this class? Why or why not? Explain.

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Preparation is important
ABSOLUTELY! Great portions of the lessons will be focused on improving the work you prepared for the lesson and asking questions based on it. None of this is possible if you have no work prepared.

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True or false: a lot of peer feedback + self-evaluation is expected in this class.
A
true
B
false

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peer feedback + self-evaluation
The course is built on completing assignments each class and working together on evaluating our work.

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What do you need to do in order to get teacher feedback on written assignments?
A
Send an email asking for it
B
Nothing, it will be done automatically
C
We only get peer feedback
D
We must submit our work by the deadlines for teacher feedback

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What is the signed portfolio statement?

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Portfolio statement
The signed portfolio statement is an acknowledgement that you have read, understood and agreed to the requirements of this course and will abide by the zero tolerance policy re plagiarism. All you need to do is fill in the 5-page form with your name, class, date and your signature once you have read the study handbook, the final assessment rubric and completed this lesson. You must submit this on Teams by Monday, September 6th at 9am.


The location: take a look on Teams

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How do you plan to keep track of all the deadlines - both for this class and your others?

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Tips:
  • Add them to the calendar in your phone
  • Write them in your paper agenda
  • Set alerts for the deadlines with reminders in your phone
  • Write them in a calendar you hang in your room
  • Make a timeline for yourself and keep it easily accessible at all times
What are some examples of plagiarism?

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Examples: 

Reusing work you have already submitted for a grade

Using somebody else's work and calling it your own

Not including the sources you used when required 

Citing a source as an in-text reference but NOT as a direct quotation (reminder: direct quotes are NOT included in your word count as they are not your original ideas, hence they should be used sparingly).
What is (formative) writing assignment 1?
A
MyGrammarLab exercises
B
Article on week 2 trip
C
Press Release proposal
D
Blog post

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What is (formative) writing assignment 2?
A
Press Release proposal
B
MyGrammarLab exercises
C
Press Release final draft
D
There are only 2 formative assignments

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What is the final, graded portion of the portfolio/writing assignment 3?
A
Article on week 2
B
Press release proposal
C
Press release final version
D
All of it is graded

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Completion of all 3 formative assignments + the final press release are required to earn a grade though only the final press release is assessed for a numeric grade (the rest is pass/fail and the requirement in order to receive teacher feedback). Your English mark is 20% of the term 1 project grade.
As long as I complete the final press release and sign the statement I can pass, right?
A
Yes
B
No

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Only hand in the press release?
NO! Your portfolio is considered incomplete and will NOT be graded if you have not completed ALL of the formative assignments.

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Where can you find the information?

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Where is the information?
Moodle is for all locations
On Moodle: Study handbook + rubric
On Moodle: course material 

Teams is my communication channel with you
On Teams: the LessonUp link + most classroom handouts

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Should we take a 5 minute break?
YES PLEASE
No keep going.

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Required book for year 1!

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How to get registered

1. First make sure you buy the book with an access code (ISBN: 9781408299111)
2. Go to www.mygrammarlab.com to register 

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Create your account
You need to create a username and password using your access code (back cover of your book). Bookmark the page and save the the password for quicker log in - you will use this all year!

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Verify your Email! Check spam if you don't see the confirmation E-mail.

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Diagnostic test
From your book on pp. 88-89
Also on the next slide

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Answers to diagnostic test

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Signed statement 
Let's take a look at Teams together where we will find the submission area for your first task: signed portfolio statement.
Deadline: Monday, September 6th at 9am

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Make sure to fill in your name, class and the date at the top. Sign the bottom using a digital signature tool or print, sign and scan. Submit on Teams before the deadline.
Important deadlines
1. Signed portfolio statement (6 September 9am)
2. Article on week 2 trip. Submit draft on Teams before lesson 2 in week 3; final version due on Teams 17 September 5pm
3. Press Release proposal (submit draft on Teams before lesson 4 in week 5; submit final proposal on Teams 8 October 5pm
4. Submit Press Release rough draft on Teams by 11 October 9am + prepare 2 min. presentation for the final class.

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Final portfolio deadline

Submit the final Press Release on Moodle in week 9 on October 28th 
Chance 2 on 2 December 

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Homework
1. Sign & upload your signed Portfolio Statement to Teams by 9am on 6 September.

2. Complete MyGrammarLab module 5 diagnostic test, plus unit 19, and unit 20.

3. Prepare a draft article on your week 2 trip to use in the lesson. Upload to Teams before the lesson.

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Evaluation
Please take the exit poll!

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Did you gain a broad understanding of the content of this module?
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Did you learn new language/communication skills in English?
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Did you obtain the necessary knowledge to complete the statement (assignment 1 of the portfolio)?
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