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Friday, February 17, 2006

Course Content for 2nd Semester




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Instruction Approaches involve: Lecture, in-class and online discussions, class activities, projects
Participation in online forum are graded and credited for quizzes.

1. 2/22
Language in Conflict, “Oklahoma students start the day with an O-si-yo for Teacher”
Lecture, in-class discussion, class activities

2. 3/1
Language, Ethnicity and Identity
What’s lost when a language dies? by Leyla Kokmen
Participate in the online forum.
3. 3/8
Group Presentation


4. 3/15
Language and Bicultural Identity
Public and Private Language by R. Rodriguez

Participate in the online forum.
5. 3/22
Different Englishes
Performing Identity: a Stage for Multilingual English and Multicultural Englishness

6. 4/5
Spring Break


7. 4/12
Dialects, Standard English
Good English by John Simon
From Outside, In, B. Mellix

Online discussion with invited guest speaker
8. 4/19
Midterm


9. 4/26
Who speaks English?


10. 5/3
Standards for English

11. 5/10
Effective ways of learning a language.
What’s in a name?

Participate in the online forum.

12. 5/17
Achieving Full Potential
Individual presentations. Credited for Final Exam

13. 5/24
Achieving Full Potential

14. 5/31
Final
5/31 Dragon Boat Festival

2 Comments:

At 2:34 AM, Blogger YE4AJulie said...

i am wondering on which day the final exam will be because 5/31 is holiday and i'll be in Okinawa.
could we move the exam to 5/24?

 
At 6:26 AM, Blogger aiden said...

Julie,

The presentations on 'Achieving Full Potential- Video Resume project' would be credited for Final Exam.

I hope this helps.
Aiden

 

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