TOEIC Speaking Grading Policy Spring 2016 Grading System Final Exams 30.00% Attendance 20.00% Quizzes 10.00% Midterm Exams 30.00%
Homework 10.00% Attendance Sleep = ABSENT 6 minutes late = LATE 20 minutes late = ABSENT 3 lates = 1 ABSENT (unexcused) >10 absences = Fail 20.00% Quizzes Vocabulary
Quiz 1 week 5 Quiz 2 week 13 10.00% Homework 10 points Lose points Missing information NOT complete TOO short 0 points Late / NO
wrong EXCEPTIONS format / zip file voice recordings 10.00% Participation Minus points on the homework if: No book Sleep in class Use your cell phone dictionary okay! Poor behavior/attitude Not properly doing the
activities NO WARNINGS Participation is very important Use English. . Speak often in
English. in English. in English. .
Ask questions in English. Help other students. Midterm Exams Speaking 60 pts Vocabulary 40 pts
30.00% Final Exams Speaking 60 pts Vocabulary 40 pts 30.00% Grading System
Letter Grade Scores Letter Grade Scores A+ 10095 A 94 90 B+
89 85 B 84 80 C+ 79 75 C 74 70 D+
69 65 D 64 60 F 59 >10 absences First Lesson: Pronunciation What is pronunciation? A
way of speaking a word especially in a way that is accepted or generally understood. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/pronunciation ODD ONE OUT odd different / strange Enjoy your first week!!! REMEMBER: Class Rules If you bring food, you must bring enough FOR EVERYBODY.
Chatting/messaging during class minus homework points . Sleeping in class = ABSENT minus Attendance point minus Homework points Please do not sleep during class. . Participation is very important
Use English. . Speak often in English. in English.
in English. . Ask questions in English. Help other students.
Lets start from the basics~ VERY IMPORTANT: Try to neutralize local accents take out some of the Konglish pronunciation Questions 1 and 2 First Lesson: Pronunciation Syllable is a word or part of a word and has only one vowel sound. Syllables Video
Why study syllables? Questions 1 and 2 First Lesson: Pronunciation Syllable is a word or part of a word and has
only one vowel sound. Syllables Video Long words can be scary to read/pronounce, so break up long words into syllables Ex-tra -va-gan-za Extravaganza Homeplus Skin Food Coke
Questions 1 and 2 First Lesson: Pronunciation How many syllables in ---? Show me the number** Count and clap
The last one standing is the WINNER!!! Syllables Factory Game Questions 1 and 2 TOEIC What is it? Test of English for International Communication Tests your skills in:
Listening Reading Speaking Writing Test Format Computer-based test
Voice is recorded 20 minutes 6 parts (11 Qs) How can I prepare? Use the language Speak as much as possible in class Communicate in English outside class
Talk to yourself in English English Clinics What else do I need to know? Other people take the exam in the same room people talking at the same time room can be noisy distractions
GOAL: FOCUS Your voice Your answer Next class Pronunciation Notebook At home: Read Book 1, pages 519
OPTIONAL PRACTICE: Book 1, page 202 Tips/strategies: Book 2, page 76 Get to know your classmates~ Ask these questions to your partner. Have a conversation Speak in full sentences. GIVE DETAILS!
When was the last time you traveled (a long way)? What time of day do you listen to music? What is your favorite kind of music? Where do you live? How long have you lived there? Is your neighborhood a good place to live? Where is the best place to buy gifts? When was the last time you bought a gift for someone?
Do you have a pet? If not, what pet would you choose to have? What is your favorite piece of furniture in your home? What is more important for buying accessories: End Great job! Youve just practiced asking/answering some TOEIC questions! These questions are from the book (except
the last one) Part 3 (Questions 4, 5, 6) of the TOEIC Speaking Tests (some have been reworded) BONUS Activity Find a seat away from your partner(s). How many answers can you remember???
Write their answers 1) Her name is May. 2) She is from California. 3) Her major in university was Mathematics. 4) She lives in Esiapolis, Dong-gu. 5) She has lived in Daegu for over 13 years. 6) The last time she traveled was in December. 7) She has no pets. 8) 9) BONUS Activity
Find a seat away from your partner(s). How many answers can you remember??? Write their answers You have 5minutes! GO! 1) Her name is May. 2) from California 3) major in university was Math 4) lives in Esiapolis, Dong-gu 5) lived in Daegu >13 years 6) traveled in December
7) no pets 8) 9) Next class Pronunciation Notebook At home: Read Book 1, pages 519 OPTIONAL PRACTICE: Book 1, page 202
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