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SITE OF THE DAY - HUNDREDS OF THE "BEST" - Teaching Recipes

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We are now in our 3rd edition of "Site of the Day"! Hundreds of the best sites for teaching/learning. See #1 and…Continue

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A NEW way to teach PHRASAL VERBS so that your students understand and remember them

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I have been told that I have an important "Open class" coming up at the end of the month and it has me a bit worried. I have chosen a good class and I get to use my own material. The set up is that I will have about 15 - 20 "Guests" ranging from Inspectors from the Ministry of Education to fellow teachers to parents of some of my students. I really want to utilize the English Zone (tv, internet, surround sound) and make a great class. The school is letting me practice with the kids so that at least they will know what is going on. Any ideas for lessons that would make for a great lesson?

I guess the more ideas the more we can help others too. I think for Ulsan, there will be a lot of evaluating during the month of November. The more that we can help each other, the better our classes will be.

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Comment by Ellen Pham on October 27, 2009 at 7:24pm
Hi Jason,

Whew, and I thought teacher evaluations here were tough! Do regular teachers (non-EFL) also have "open class" with such a variety and number of observers?

I went to go look in the English Zone, then realized it was a site where you need to pay for (most) access... not a big loss as far as my advice goes, since I haven't taught English overseas, but it might impact the feedback you get from others...

Also, what grade and level is your class? How many students?

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Comment by Jason Teale on October 28, 2009 at 2:39am
Well as for the Korean teachers, it is just the part time teachers that only get evaluated by the school and other teachers. The English Zone that I speak of is just my class room. Most of the Korean schools have a special classroom now devoted for English study.

The level that I am teaching is low to mid level students. They have a basic grasp of rudimentary vocabulary and speak in basic phrases. They are about 14 -15 years old.
Comment by Ellen Pham on November 3, 2009 at 8:46pm
I haven't forgotten, Jason! Well actually, I kind of forgot, thinking that someone with more experience/ better ideas would come along and help : ) Have you gotten any ideas? Have you looked through lessons in a can and Teaching Recipes?

The best class observation I ever had was when I used a lesson ver batem from a very, very experienced teacher- and she said it was the same lesson she used every two years (how often teacher's get observed in the US). It wasn't for EFL, and it was a good lesson but not so good that I felt all my teaching paled in comparison... it was just an excellent lesson to use for observations. Ok, she was a really good teacher, and had a doctorate, and that master teacher's certificate that comes from the federal level and hardly anyone gets, but still, on the ground and in the trenches I didn't feel bested, but it showed me that the right lesson plan really can work... and I bet none of this is making you feel better!

I think you should post this request in the forums and see if it gets more attention : )

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