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  • Vos Idées: En tant que lycéens, trouvez-vous que l'emploi de la technologie est nécessaire dans l'éducation secondaire? | ANVILL
    de la technologie est nécessaire dans l éducation secondaire Submitted by Sheila Mansier on July 17 2009 11 53am Comme je suis en train d incorporer de plus en plus de technologie dans mes cours je serais curieuse de savoir ce que vous en pensez En tant que lycéens trouvez vous que l emploi de la technologie est nécessaire dans l education secondaire Sheila Mansier s blog User login Username

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/1491 (2013-06-13)
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  • Better Understanding through Better Pronunciation | ANVILL
    on July 17 2009 10 10am My courses are up and running Your beginning French students are welcome to the tutorials If you would like to enroll students email me at hguillory austin rr com Attached is an abstract from a presentation of How to Pronounce French thepredecessor to Better Understanding through Better Pronunciation at the Texas Foreign Language Conference 2005 Helen Guillory s blog User login Username or e

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/1483 (2013-06-13)
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  • Online Survey: Student Reading Interests | ANVILL
    designed for high intermediate to low advanced English speakers The people I eventually would like to survey are AEI students at this level but other students friends with similar abilities may be used as well The main focus of this survey is to gauge each survey taker s interest motivation levels when it comes to reading in and out of their classes If you wish to take this survey please

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/984 (2013-06-13)
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  • Misti Williamsen's blog | ANVILL
    Indian culture especially marriage culture The questions mostly cover listening comprehension and speaking skills In respect to a rubric there is no real set scoring rubric because the quiz is a pre test that will not be scored for a grade Instead my assessment will center on how well students can share their opinions clearly stated connections and transitions used if necessary etc as well as considerations including each student s intonation sentence stress and rhythm Read more Post Test What has Langston taught us Submitted by Misti Williamsen on May 26 2009 5 23pm My target population for every quiz survey during this term is high intermediate to low advanced university age learners studying English in an ESL program at an American University This quiz is designed to test students comprehension listening and speaking skills through questions based on a poetry unit about Langston Hughes It may be difficult because the material is based on future classroom discussion but if you wish to take the quiz please click here Enjoy Graphic Syllabus Submitted by Misti Williamsen on January 28 2009 11 06pm Sorry the words are a little hard to read This syllabus may be more for the teacher

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/blog/20 (2013-06-13)
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  • Pre Test: What do you know about India? | ANVILL
    mostly cover listening comprehension and speaking skills In respect to a rubric there is no real set scoring rubric because the quiz is a pre test that will not be scored for a grade Instead my assessment will center on how well students can share their opinions clearly stated connections and transitions used if necessary etc as well as considerations including each student s intonation sentence stress and rhythm This

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  • Post Test: What has Langston taught us? | ANVILL
    every quiz survey during this term is high intermediate to low advanced university age learners studying English in an ESL program at an American University This quiz is designed to test students comprehension listening and speaking skills through questions based on a poetry unit about Langston Hughes It may be difficult because the material is based on future classroom discussion but if you wish to take the quiz please click

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/982 (2013-06-13)
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  • Graphic Syllabus | ANVILL
    11 06pm Sorry the words are a little hard to read This syllabus may be more for the teacher s use than for the students but I am not sure yet Misti Williamsen s blog User login Username or e

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/184 (2013-06-13)
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  • Belief Statement | ANVILL
    with my choice of English literature for my undergraduate work and why I have been so focused on incorporating literature into the lesson plans that I have come up with to this point However I can see how both rule governed and socially constructed models of language teaching are important especially since I began studying Japanese and Korean two languages in which tradition rules and social customs are highly valued

    Original URL path: https://anvill.uoregon.edu/anvill2/node/60 (2013-06-13)
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