It's definitely getting colder. Make sure you bundle up so that you don't catch a cold.
In today's interactions, we learned expressions for checking understanding.
For group leaders, make sure your check your group's understanding after each skills activity:
Did you have trouble with any sections of the video?
Details: Were there any words you couldn’t catch?
For group members, when you are watching the video, note down the time of parts that you didn't understand. After, ask your group leader for help.
At the beginning our our lesson, we continued with visual aids. We learned how to explain a graph. Many of your will need to include graphs in your presentations, so you can use these steps to help you:
There are a variety of expressions you can use to explain your graphs, and these are in your handouts from class. We learned three expressions in our lesson:
1. This ___ graph shows _____.
2. The x-axis shows _____ and the y-axis shows _____.
3. The key point is that ____.
We also learned how to explain maps. When you explain a map, you need to: (1) Introduce and (2) Explain it.
When you (1) Introduce a map, you can say:
Here is a map of _____.
When you (2) Explain a map, you can explain:
a. its location
b. its capital city
c. major cities
2. Really English Units #21-25
3. Blog Comment #8
4. Presentation Outline
Blog Comment #8
We are coming to the end of our course - just four more lessons.