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    Robert McCaul Extended Assignment

    Exam Classes

    Contents

    Appendix 3 Blank Questionnaire................................................................................................................................................ 2

    Appendix 4 completed diagnostic tests & writing samples.................................................................................................... 3

    Appendix 5 Course marterials, worksheets 1-12.................................................................................................................. 193

    Appendix 6 Overview of course assessment programme

    .................................................................................................... 26Appendix 7 Formative Evaluation Tools and Tutorial questionnaire........................................................... 27

    Appendix 8 Summative Evaluation Tools and writing assessment criteria

    ......................................................................... 30

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    Appendix 3 Blank Questionnaire

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    Appendix 4 completed diagnostic tests & writing samples

    Listening: Hung

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    Reading: Hung

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    Writing Samples: Hung

    Task 1: (IELTS Trainer P. 133 CUP 2011)

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    Writing Samples: Hung

    Task 2: (http://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-

    and-disadvantages.html)

    In many countries nowadays, young single people no longer stay with their parents until they are

    married, but leave to study or work somewhere else.

    Do you think this trend has more advantages or disadvantages?

    http://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-and-disadvantages.htmlhttp://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-and-disadvantages.htmlhttp://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-and-disadvantages.htmlhttp://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-and-disadvantages.htmlhttp://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-and-disadvantages.htmlhttp://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2012/08/ielts-writing-task-2-advantages-and-disadvantages.html
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    Appendix 5 Course marterials, worksheets 1-12

    Worksheet 1:

    Worksheet 2:

    Prompt: 1

    Board Plan 1

    1. Who? 2. Why didnt you like them?

    3. What effect learning? 4. Good teacher or not?

    Board Plan 2

    Describe a teacher you didnt like at school. You should say:

    Who they are (1)

    Why you didnt like them (2)

    What effect they had on your learning (3)

    And say if this person was a good teacher or not.(4)

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    1. Who?

    Mrs. Brown..

    v. stern/strict..(adj.)

    v. demanding(adj>)

    hard taskmaster (n)

    2. Why didnt you like them?

    Singled me out (ph.v.)

    embarrassed me in front of the

    other kids

    a mountain of homework (idm.)

    3. What effect learning?

    More legible

    studyskills(c.n.)

    work ethic(c.n.)

    the importance of

    ownership(idm.)

    4. Good teacher or not?

    In spite of+ gerund/the fact

    that/pronoun

    3rd

    Cond. If I hadnt had, I would

    (not) have + pp

    Model Answer:

    The person that I would like to speak about is Mrs. Brown. She was my

    French teacher in secondary school. She was actually quite scary: she had a really

    stern look all the time and was extremely strict. She was very demanding when it

    came to our written and spoken work- I suppose you could say that she was a very

    hard taskmaster.

    The reason why I didnt like her at first was that she singled me out all the time.

    Many of the students were not living up to her very high standards but she seemed

    to love to pick on me in particular. I also think that she used to kind of enjoy

    embarrassing me in front of the other kids. She also would give us mountains of

    homework to do every night.

    She really had a big impact on me. To begin with, she certainly made my writing

    much more legible. I could hardly read my own hand writing before-haha. She also

    improved my study skills and instilled in me a work ethic which would serve me

    well down the line. Yeah, she made a huge impression on me-made me.. mmm you

    know kind of take ownership of what I was learning.

    In spite of the fact that I didnt really get on with her and was really strict and all, I

    have to admit that she was actually a really brilliant teacher. I actually think that

    if I hadnt had Mrs. Brown as my teacher, I wouldnt have been such a successful

    language learner.

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    A: Vocabulary

    Match the words with their definitions:

    a) Stern (adj) 1) a level of quality

    b) Strict (adj) 2) make something your own responsibility

    c) Demanding (adj) 3) can be read easily

    d) (Hard) taskmaster (n) 4) to choose one person from a group for special attention

    e) To single someone out 5) strongly limiting someone's freedom to behave as they

    wish

    f) (High) standards 6) severe, showing disapproval

    g) Legible (adj) 7) valuing hard labour

    h) Work ethic 8) needing a lot of time, attention, or energy

    i) Take ownership of 9) someone who gives others a lot of work to doSomething

    B: Collocation

    Find the collocates of the words below:

    1. High _________

    2. Extremely ____________

    3. Hard _____________

    4. Mountains of___________

    5. Brilliant_____________

    6. Successful______________

    7. To make a huge _____________

    C: Grammar

    Without looking back at the script, try to match the sentence halves:

    1) In spite of the fact that

    2) I hadnt had Mrs. Brown as my teacher,

    3) she certainly made my writing4) she used to kind of enjoy embarrassing me

    5) she seemed to love to

    a) much more legible.

    b) in front of the other kids.

    c) Pick on me in particular.

    d) I didnt really get on with her

    e) I wouldnt have been such a successful language learner.

    In spite ofcan be followed by:

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    1)the fact that yes/ no 2) verb(+ing) yes/ no 3) to + infinitive yes/ no 4) pronoun yes/ no 5) subject

    verb clause yes/ no (circle the correct option).

    D: Finish the sentences with your own words:

    In spite of the fact that Rob didnt like Mrs. Brown,_________________________________________________________________.

    In spite of not really liking my teacher, ____________________________________________.

    E: Complete for the rules for the 3rd

    conditional

    If + had (not) + past participle, subject +_________ (not) +___________ + __________.

    Complete the sentence:

    If I hadnt had such a good teacher,________________________________________________.

    Now write 3 more sentences in the 3rd

    conditional.

    Pronunication Box:

    F: Now, try to find the sentence and tonic stress in these sentences and then try to mimic your

    teacher saying the sentences:

    1) She was very demanding when it came to our written and spoken work- I suppose you could

    say that she was a very hard taskmaster.

    2) Many of the students were not living up to her very high standards but she seemed to love

    to pick on me in particular.

    3) She also improved my study skills and instilled in me a work ethic which would serve me well

    down the line.

    4) In spite of the fact that I didnt really get on with her and was really strict and all, I have to

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