Sport Jaar 1 periode 4

Lesson 1
Reciprocal Reading

Reading additional 1&2
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This lesson contains 47 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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Lesson 1
Reciprocal Reading

Reading additional 1&2

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Learning goals
  • I know what reciprocal reading is.
  • I know how to apply reciprocal reading.
  • I know the four steps of reciprocal reading.

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What reading strategies do you remember.

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Reciprocal Reading
  • Reading strategy
  • 4 parts to the strategy
  1.  Predicting
  2.  Questioning
  3.  Clarifiying
  4.  Summarizing

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Groups of four
in groups of four you are going to assign a role to each member.
1: predictor
2: questioner
3: clarifier
4: summarizer.
In these four roles you are going to read the article and work together on understanding the article and answering questions

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Reading additional 1&2

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Lesson 2
Listening strategies
Listening comprehension
How to improve listening.

Listening additional 1&2

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Learning goals
  • I know what the different listening strategies are.
  • I know when to apply the different strategies. 
  • I know how to improve my listening comprehension. 

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What are the listening strategies?

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How would you improve your listening skills?

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Improving listening skills
Listening to English podcasts or music when you have free time.
Watch movies, TV shows without subtitles or only Enlish subtitles.
Practice your vocabulary knowledge.

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Taalblokken: Listening Additional
Les 1 & 2

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Lesson 3
Spoken interaction
Conversation with a new colleague 

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Learning goals
  • I know what spoken interaction means.
  • I know what level of spoken interaction I need to pass my exam.
  • I can hold a conversation with a new colleague.

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What is spoken interaction

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What is important when having a conversation?

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Conversation with a new colleague
It's learning: Speaking - New Colleague
Read the instructions to the exercise.
Remember to ask questions and respond to what the other is saying.
Have the conversation in pairs.

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Lesson 4
Spoken production
Desciribing an object

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Learning goals
  • I know what spoken production means.
  • I know the difference between spoken interaction and spoken production.
  • I can describe an object from my surroundings.

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Use three words to describe your week in Czechia.

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Describing an object
When describing an object/person/thing you can use a lot of adjectives. 

An adjective adds something to the word you want to describe.
The grey sweater - The square mug

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What's an adjective?
Een adjective is een bijvoegelijk naamwoord

Adjective adds something to the object or word you are talking about.

Wat is een Nederlandse zin met een bijvoegelijk naamwoord?

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Describing an object
You are going to prepare a presentation where you describe an object of your choosing. It can be anything! Think sports equipment?
Prepare to talk for about 2 minutes max, what is the shape like, the colours, its functions and different atributes.

In groepjes (peer feedback) / Voor de klas?

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Lesson 5
Writing: frequently made mistakes

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Learning goals
  • I know what the different frequently made mistakes are.
  • I know how to avoid frequently made mistakes.
  • I can write a short essay on my progress. 
  • I can write a self reflection.

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What frequently made writing mistakes do you know of?

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Frequent mistakes
Writing I without capitalised I.
Then or than.
Writing days (Monday, Tuesday etc) without capitalised first letter.
Writing months (January, Februar etc.) without capitalised first letter.
Forgetting to end your sentences with a . ? or !
Your or You're
Its or It's 
They, they're or their

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What's wrong in this sentence:
i am very excited for today
No capitalised Today
No capital I
No . at the end of the sentence

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What's wrong in this sentence:
I am smarter then you.
Then should be than
Am should be are
You should be capitalised

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What's wrong with this sentence:
Their over there by the freezers.
Freezers should be freezer's
There should be they're
Their should be they're

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What's wrong in this sentence:
They're on holiday in August.
They're should be their
Holiday should be capitalised
August does not need a capital letter

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Self reflection opdracht

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What frequently made writing mistake will you not make again?

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Lesson 6
Catch up lesson

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Lesson 7
Facet toets

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MBO B1 2019-2020

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Feedback voor Wieke
Terug kijkend op het jaar schrijf minimaal een tip en minimaal een top over hoe de lessen die Wieke heeft gegeven.

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