Speaking/Presentation
Conversation and Presentation Topics
Tue. 4th. Period Mark Lewis
Keywords:
Culture, Discussion, Grammar, Listening, Presentation, Project, Speaking, Vocabulary, Writing

Each week in this course, students will practice a new conversational model as a starting point for more in-depth conversation.  Students will take part in activities designed to promote English fluency, including the presentation of a personal collage. We will be using the playbook Say What You Like 3.


Students in this course will gain greater fluency in conversational English, and will learn to present cultural topics to classmates.  Students will work individually, in pairs, and in small groups.


Attendance/Participation: 40%
Assignments/Projects: 60%


1

Class introduction

2

Conversational model #1

Presentations/Activities

3

Conversational model #2

Presentations/Activities

4

Conversational model #3

Presentations/Activities

5

Conversational model #4

Presentations/Activities

6

Conversational model #5

Presentations/Activities

7

Conversational model #6

Presentations/Activities

8

Conversational model #7

Presentations/Activities

9

Conversational model #8

Presentations/Activities

10

Conversational model #9

Presentations/Activities

11

Conversational model #10

Presentations/Activities

12

Conversational model #11

Presentations/Activities

13

Conversational model #12

Presentations/Activities

14

Conversational model #13

Presentations/Activities

15

Final conversational evaluation

Final presentations/activities


This class is for Level A students only. If you are fluent or nearly fluent in English speaking, please do not take this class.  Please come to class with a willingness to speak a lot of English, and to ask a lot of questions.  It also helps to have an engaged sense of humor.