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November 16th

Dear students,
Today you will start the third trimester. The format for grading will be as usual.

Couse Assessment
30%   Student directed lesson 30%   Attendance and participation 20%   Final test 20%   Class activities portfolio You will carry on with the prints. Kind regards, Chris Elvin

November 9th lesson

Dear students,
Today you will read your research and write essay of 2005, hand in your portfolio from 2003 to 2005, and have an aural vocabulary online test of the words which appeared on the worksheet prints 2000-2005. Twelve questions will be multiple choice (A, B, C) and six questions will have to be spelled accurately to earn a point. No first letter will be provided as the answers are not ambiguous.
Your portfolio should be complete and demonstrate academic integrity and learning.

Couse Assessment30%   Student directed lesson 30%   Attendance and participation 20%   Final test 20%   Class activities portfolio

After the test, you will start 2006.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

November 2nd lesson

Dear students,
Today you will have a student-led activity, and then carry on with the prints of 2005. Next week will be an end-of-term test, and then after that you will start 2006.

http://www.eflclub.com/2000s/2006.pdf
http://www.eflclub.com/music/2006songs.pdf

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

October 26th lesson

Dear students,
Today you will have a student-led activity, read your research and write homework about 2004 in groups of four, and study 2005.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

October 12th lesson

Dear students,
Today you will have a student-led activity, as usual, and carry on with the prints about 2004. If there is time, you will start 2005 so please download the prints in advance, just in case.

http://www.eflclub.com/2000s/2005.pdf
http://www.eflclub.com/music/2005songs.pdf

Kind regards,
Chris Elvin

October 5th lesson

Dear students,
Today you will have a student-led activity and after that you will start learning about 2004. If you did not already do so, please download the prints from the previous post.
Kind regards,
Chris Elvin