English Language through Civic Education (ELCE) Program
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This is the first time I've seen team-teaching in Georgia.
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Natia katamadze inga sharadze - module 5 observation

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  • 1. English Language through Civic Education (ELCE) Program Georgetown University Center for Language Education and Development Module 5 Handout 10 Name:Natia Katamadze/Inga Sharadze (and TLG) Grade: Date: April 2, 2012 School: , Batumi Feedback on Lesson Plans and Micro Teaching 1. Which of the following reading and writing strategies does the lesson use? Reading: ??Pre-reading - yes ??During reading - yes ??Post reading - yes ??Activates prior knowledge - yes ??Motivates students - yes ??Uses selective attention - yes ??Requires students to predict, organize, and summarize reading - yes Writing: - none ??Brainstorming ??Outlining ??Drafting ??Revising ??Editing ??Publishing 2. How is the lesson student-centered? Pair-work, noisy and productive, all students included, choices, 3. How does the lesson relate to an overall objective? Diversity with modals 4. How do activities provide logical steps toward the objective? Brainstorming – What are men better at? What are woman better at? What do we have in common. − What do we know and think? VERY CLEVER to show stereotyping − could/can/would like to (all students) Imagine (Peter's exercise) pre-reading and listening, (x2), vocabulary, post-reading vocabualry and comprehension check 5. Which reading or writing strategies are used? Pre-listening – given title, what is this song and lyrics about?, vocabulary prior to the music and song 6. What other strategies could improve student performance? Post observation collaboration notes:
  • 2. This is the first time I've seen team-teaching in Georgia. You empowered the girls when you they realized they were probably better at studying. When we all spoke English, they realized it was a communication tool. Homework – What can older people do that you can't do? Vice versa. I really, really enjoyed this class. Productive, thematic with the module. I LOVED WHEN THE STUDENTS TOOK CHARGE OF THE CLASS. This was a very big concept and it was fine to speak in Georgian. Instructing and using the pay it forward concept is a concept that is relevant and vital for their lives.