Thursday, 22 December 2016

Presentation 4

Dear students,
On January 12th and 19th, 2017, you will have your final presentation. You should speak for at least three minutes about the topic, art. Everybody should be ready to present on the 12th even though we will not be able to listen to all of the talks. The order of the speeches will be random and fixed on this day. Please hand in your vocabulary notes and summaries today, too.
Good luck,
Chris Elvin

Saturday, 17 December 2016

Vocabulary test 4

Dear students,
You will be able to access vocabulary test 4 at 9 a.m. on Thursday December 22nd.

Vocabulary Test 4

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

Thursday, 3 November 2016

November 10th lesson

Dear students,
Today you will start your mid-term presentations. The topic is Christmas. You should talk for a minimum of three minutes per person. You may be solo or in a group. You will be assessed on fluency, grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and content. You should not read your speech. If you do, you will be disqualified.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

Thursday, 27 October 2016

November 3rd lesson - Vocabulary test

Dear students,
Today you will start with a 10-point 50-item vocabulary test (provided by 16 students, plus three from the teacher, minus a duplicate). Please click on the link below to start the test.

Vocabulary Test 3

(Available 9:00 a.m, Nov 3rd)

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Vocabulary - study the discussion leader`s words

In order to access the spreadsheet of vocabulary contributed by your fellow classmates, click on the link below:

Discussion Leaders` Vocabulary

Read Discussion Leader Feedback

Learn about how well you did as discussion leader by clicking on the link below:

Discussion Leader Feedback Results

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Discussion Feedack and Vocabulary Building Spreadsheet Form

Dear students,
Please use the form below to provide feedback to your discussion leaders.

Discussion Feedback Form

Dear discussion leaders,
Please use the form below to upload your vocabulary.

Vocabulary Building Spreadsheet Form

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin