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 Student #56010513005 5EN- Topic: How to keep fit Unit: Health for M3

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ajarnmeowie



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PostSubject: Student #56010513005 5EN- Topic: How to keep fit Unit: Health for M3   Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:50 pm


- Lead in: Documentary – demonstrated a great deal of motivation
- Good way in introducing the topic by explaining it properly to the students.
- Asked a question to the students after the video but did not give at least a minute or so to have the students a chance to think.
- Structure: use of should or shouldn’t: “can you suggest me” ..”if am very, very, very fat”..very,very overweight. (there, is no such thing). – this is an incorrect way of asking – instead use “do you have any suggestions…” also instead- please include in your vocabulary Obese – rather than very, very overweight.
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PostSubject: Re: Student #56010513005 5EN- Topic: How to keep fit Unit: Health for M3   Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:51 pm

- Should have explained further: why is not applicable to use “should to”.
- Listening: instead of asking “do you want to listen…” ask: “would you like to listen to the audio one more time?’
- While listening activity: demonstrates an average ability to use to organize and execute the lesson. Very engaging activity for the students.
- Need to slow down a bit while explaining the materials. Shows some adequate mastery and makes the lesson a little bit less chaotic.
- Post-listening – correct the students with pronunciation “diet”, when encouraging students to talk in front, you can say: kindly speak a little louder, please.
- GRADE: B+
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