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Клуб английского языка

Клуб английского языка

Клуб английского языка
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Информация о ведущем, предоставленная преподавателем:
“Hi! This is Akther. I'm originally from Chittagong, Bangladesh, a port city  near the Bay-of-Bengal. I'm a Cambridge CELTA certified teacher and have  got many professional qualifications. Currently, I'm pursuing my second higher education in Kualalampur, Malaysia. I've finished my PhD in Educational Psychology at the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education and one of my research areas is ''Psychology of language learning at Distance Education''. I've been teaching General English, Business English, English for Psychologists and other ESPs in a renowned language school in Moscow  also at the MSUPE for nearly five years. Moreover, I'm a course designer  and so far I've designed two different courses for the Distance Education  faculty at the MSUPE. You can find more about me in the following site which has been developed for and devoted to students, teachers and researchers who are interested in English Language, Psychology, Methodology, Distance Education, and Learning Technologies.”
Akther Uddin
Перевод: "Меня зовут Актхер. Я говорю на английском языке (но знаю неплохо русский язык) и преподаю в Американском центре в Москве 5 лет. У меня разработана программа обучения английскому языку в дистанционной форме. Я являюсь сертифицированным преподавателем английского языка (Университет Кэмбриджа). Занятия проводятся в активной форме в он-лайн режиме в формате  интернет-семинаров, тренингов, интенсивного общения, выполнения упражнений  и тестов. Между живыми занятиями предусмотрена  самостоятельная работа в электронном деканате. Буду рад помочь."
Видеообращение: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Itih6bBmr4
Прошедшие встречи:


Course Introduction

English for Conversation is a 100% online pre-intermediate to intermediate level English course especially designed and developed for students of Distance Education Faculty of Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (MSUPE). The course consists of 12 different modules based on the text book New Cutting Edge by Sarah Cunnigham and Peter Moor. Communicative approach will be followed throughout the course. Mind mapping technique will be used for learning new words. We will try to cover every aspects of language learning (reading, listening, speaking and writing) like any traditional f2f English courses. To make our lessons more interesting, lively and interactive we are going to use online video conferencing technology extensively developed by the faculty of Distance Education at MSUPE. 

Goals of the course:

  1. to improve communication skills in English
  2. to use all the latest technologies developed at the Distance Education faculty for enhancing learning and teaching English language 
  3. to extend general vocabulary necessary for effective communication
  4. to develop basic grammar skills necessary for communication
  5. to promote self-learning and life-long learning

Online applications used in the course:

  1. MindMap
  2. Voxopop (http://www.voxopop.com/)
  3. Spicy nodes (www.spicynodes.org/)
  4. Hotpotato quizzes on Moodle

Supporting technologies developed by Distance Education Faculty:

  1. Online interactive presentation
  2. Desktop sharing
  3. Online blackboard
  4. Online interactive quiz
  5. Peer and group discussion and chatting

Виды упражнений:

  1. верно/неверно
  2. упорядочение
  3. на соответствие
  4. заполнить пробел
  5. множественный выбор
  6. интеллектуальная карта
  7. на соответствие перемещение
  8. короткий ответ
  9. случайный вопрос на соответствие
  10. Jumbling – exercises

Формы работы студентов:

  1. работа в паре
  2. обсуждение /дискуссия
  3. работа в группе
  4. описание
  5. интерактивная презентация
  6. немедленное исправление ошибок


Course Curriculum:

Module 1: All about

Task:1 Simple questions and answers

Vocabulary: People around you

Grammar: Present Simple and Continuous

Module 2: Memory

Task:1 First meetings

Grammar: Past simple and Continuous

Grammar: ‘Used to’

Vocabulary: Remembering and Forgetting

Task:2 Reading: 10 ways to improve your memory

Module 3: Around the world

Task:1 Quiz

Grammar: Comparative and Superlative

Task:2 Phrases for comparing

Vocabulary: Describing towns and cities

Task:3 Booking a flight

Module 4: Life stories

Task:1 Reading: Parallel lives

Grammar: Present Perfect Simple

Vocabulary: Describing life events

Grammar: Present Perfect Continuous

Vocabulary: Positive characteristics

Module 5: Success

Task:1 Psychometric Test (How successful are you?)

Grammar: Future forms (Future simple, present continuous, going to)

Vocabulary: Work or profession

Task:2 Listening: Doing something different

Grammar: Future clauses with if, when etc

Task:3 A formal telephone call

Module 6: In the media

Vocabulary: TV and radio

Grammar: -ed/ -ing adjective

Grammar: The passive

Task: 1 Writing Review

Module 7: Socialising

Task:1 Reading: The great international night out

Grammar: Polite requests

Task:2 Listening: Social customs in Thailand

Grammar: Making generalisations

Module 8:  Things you can’t live without

Grammar: Defining relative clauses

Task:1 Listening: Surviving in the desert

Grammar: Quantifiers

Vocabulary: Everyday objects

Module 9: Future society

Task:1 How socially responsible are you?

Grammar: Hypothetical possibilities with IF

Task:2 Decide how to spend lottery money

Module 10: An amazing story

Vocabulary: Types of story

Grammar: Past perfect (Train had left before we arrived)

Vocabulary: Say and tell

Task:1 Making story from the picture

Module 11: Rules and freedom

Grammar: Obligation and permission in the present (can, must, have got to, should, ought to, allowed to)

Grammar: Obligation and permission in the past

Task:1 Present your opinions – Controversial topics

Vocabulary: Linking words

Module 12: Dilemmas (To be or not to be)

Task 1: Listening: The toughest decision of their lives

Grammar: could have, should have, would have

Grammar: Imaginary situations in the past with IF – The Dice Man