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observation 6

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gladys sorry there were many mistakes, as regards the instructions for the obsrvation I took it from 'Tasks for teacher education'I only had to complete the chart,anyway I'll bring it tomorrow to show it you
gladys sorry there were many mistakes, as regards the instructions for the obsrvation I took it from 'Tasks for teacher education'I only had to complete the chart,anyway I'll bring it tomorrow to show it you

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Natalia López Methods II
Observation table: Spoken errors‘Tasks for teacher education’
 
Level:
Beginners 2
Number of students:
18
Length of the lesson:
 
40 minutes
School:
A
Aims of the lesson:
 That students can talk about what they would do if they were richfamous people (they do so practising conditional number 2)
Materials used: -
Students book : Opportunities (Michael Harris, David Mower, AnnaSikorzynska)-Cassette 
What was themistake or errormade?Was itcorrected?How?Your remarks
‘If I were rich Iwould bought a bighouse in Miami ’
 Y 
 The T said: ‘there’ssomething wrong in yoursentence, say it again’ thenthe student correctedhimself It was okay. The T didn’t correctthe mistake herself, she onlysaid to the student ‘be careful,’she gave the student anotherchance to re- think about whathe had said.‘If I were SusanaGimenez my dogname would not be‘jazmin’
 Y 
 The t echoed the sentencebut she said it in the correctform. so, if you wereSusana you’ wouldn’t callyour dog Jazmin’I don’t know if the studentnoticed that the T corrected hermistake therefore, I’m not sure if the student was aware of herown mistake. She only listenedto the T when she echoed heranswer‘If I would beMarcelo Tinelli Iwould buy SanLorenzo’
 Y 
 The T in this case asked thestudent to repeat it to thewhole class again and askthem if what the studenthad said was correct, asthey said no, they allcorrected the mistake.I think that the student felt a bituncomfortable. The T clappedher hands and asked everybodyto listen to him, a couple of seconds after that they were alllooking at him. Since the verymoment in which the teacherasked the class for attention, Juan realised that he had made amistake, so he looked at hisclassmates and asked them forhelp-‘yesterday I go toCatupecu Machuconcert’
 Y 
As soon as the student saidgo, the T said ‘went’ The T’s interruption wasn’tpolite. The T interrupted herstudent’s anecdote just tocorrect a verb.If I had been the T at least Iwould have waited for him tofinish!‘I went to theconcert in car’
N
 The teacher didn’t correcthim. I suppose she didn’tlisten to him well The T should have corrected thatpreposition since the prepositionchanges the meaning of thesentence. I think she didn’t hearwhat he said‘If Pamela wereMadonna shewouldn’t go to
 Y 
 The T said: ‘Juli ‘Pamela’ isshe no? the student said‘yes’ , entonces que usamosI think that it was okay. Theteacher tried to make herstudent understand her mistake

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