Seoul National University

In-Service Training Center for Education Intensive English Teacher Training Program SPEAKING AND LISTENING Course Syllabus Instructor: Amy Hayashi Contact Information: , 010-3140-5723 Office Hours: Thursday 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Faculty Office (Bldg. #10-1-611) COURSE DESCRIPTION Students will focus on improving their listening and speaking skills through an interactive and participatory approach. This course will be enriched with a variety of media to listen to authentic English and speak in an extemporaneous manner. Music, You Tube videos, Podcasts and other media will enhance the learning experience. COURSE OBJECTIVES By the end of 2 sessions, students will comfortably and appropriately:  Hold spontaneous conversations on basic and everyday topics (e.g. – weather, sports, health, current events, etc)  Develop and creatively use their English lexicon  Listen to various types of English media and be able to relate the main idea  Lead a class discussion, ensuring participation of all members  Maintain a balance between accuracy and fluency in speaking skills EVALUATION Students will be evaluated based on the 5 areas listed below. Every week, a class member will be responsible for leading a class discussion. Students will also keep a tally of participation points, which will contribute to their final mark. A self-assessment will be conducted at the beginning and end of the course. Finally, there will be 2 exams held at the end of each session. The evaluation will be divided as follows: Group Discussion Project: 20% Participation Points: 20% Self-Assessment: 10% Midterm Exam: 25% Final Exam: 25%

Seoul National University
In-Service Training Center for Education Intensive English Teacher Training Program SPEAKING AND LISTENING Course Outline Week 1: March 2-5 (Orientation, Entrance Ceremony) Theme: Introduction- Course Syllabus, Outline Week 2: March 9-12 Theme: Introduction/Jobs Week 3: March 16-19 Theme: Family Week 4: March 23-26 Theme: Education Week 5: March 30-April 2 Theme: Money Week 6: April 6-9 Theme: Violence in the Media Week 7: April 13-16 (Guest Instructor: Anne Switzer) Theme: Stress Week 8: April 20-23 **SELF-ASSESSMENT** (10% OF FINAL MARK) Week 9: April 27-30 Theme: Information Week 10: May 4-7 **MIDTERM EXAM** (25% OF FINAL MARK) SESSION BREAK

SESSION 2 Week 12: May 18-21 Theme: Travel Group Discussion Leader:_______________________________________________________ Week 13: May 25-28 Theme: Weather Group Discussion Leader:_______________________________________________________ Week 14: June 1-4 Theme: Current Events Group Discussion Leader:________________________________________________________ Week 15: June 8-11 Theme: Sports Group Discussion Leader:________________________________________________________ Week 16: June 15-18 Theme: Hobbies Group Discussion Leader:_________________________________________________________ Week 17: June 22-25 Theme: Food Group Discussion Leader:__________________________________________________________ Week 18: June 29-July 2 Theme: Love and Relationships Group Discussion Leader:__________________________________________________________ Week 19: July 6-9 ** FINAL EXAM *** (25% OF FINAL MARK) Week 20: July 13-16 Theme: Wrap-Up, Self-Assessment

EFL COURSE EVALUATION: SPEAKING AND LISTENING Group Discussion Project (20%) Beginning in the second session, students will be expected to lead a class discussion based on the weekly theme provided. It is recommended that the discussion be based on some kind of listening media (television show, movie clips, podcast, etc). The main purpose of this exercise is to effectively facilitate an engaging discussion while ensuring the participation of all class members. Students must submit an outline of discussion ideas to the instructor before the facilitation begins. Discussions are encouraged to be approached in a creative manner (e.g. - role play, debate, jigsaw activity, etc). The point is to give students an opportunity to practice their speaking and listening skills. EVALUATION Outline: ____________________/5 Creativity: __________________/5 Class Participation: ____________/10 FINAL GRADE:______________/20 COMMENTS: OUTLINE __________





EFL COURSE EVALUATION: SPEAKING AND LISTENING Participation Points (20%) Students will be responsible for keeping a tally of their participation points. Every class, the student is responsible for filling out the chart below. At the end of each session, this table is handed in for evaluation. Methods of participation include: coming to class prepared, on time, speaking as much as possible in a positive manner, contributing to group discussion, listening to each other, and paying attention in class. 10 PARTICIPATION POINTS A student receiving a 10 comes to class prepared; contributes readily to the conversation but doesn’t dominate it; makes thoughtful contributions that advance the conversation; shows interest in and respect for others’ views; participates actively in small groups. 8 PARTICIPATION POINTS Comes to class prepared and makes thoughtful comments when called upon, contributes occasionally without prompting: shows interest in and respect for others’ views; participates actively in small groups. A score of 8 may also be appropriate to an active participant whose contributions are less developed or cogent than those of a 10 but still advance the conversation. 6 PARTICIPATION POINTS A student receiving a 6 participates in discussion, but in a problematic way. Such students may talk too much, make rambling or tangential contributions, continually interrupt the instructor with digressive questions, bluff their way when unprepared, or otherwise dominate discussions, not acknowledging cues of annoyance from instructor or students.

4 PARTICIPATION POINTS A student receiving a 4 comes to class prepared, but does not voluntarily contribute to discussions and gives only minimal answers when called upon. Nevertheless these students show interest in the discussion, listen attentively, and take notes. Students in this category may be shy or introverted. They may participate fully in small group discussions. They should work toward making progress in overcoming shyness as the course progresses. 2 PARTICIPATION POINTS Students in this range often seem on the margins of the class and may have a negative effect on the participation of others. Students receiving a 2 often don’t participate because they haven’t read the material or done the homework. Students receiving a 1 may be actually disruptive, radiating negative energy via hostile or bored body language, or be overtly rude. Adapted from: Holistic Rubric for Scoring Class Participation John C. Bean, Dean Peterson – California State University PARTICIPATION TALLY

Name:______________________________________________________________ Date:_______________________________________________________________

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10



EFL COURSE SELF-ASSESSMENT: SPEAKING AND LISTENING Self-Assessment (10%) In order to create a sense of self-awareness and progress in class, students are expected to complete a self assessment. This will improve goal orientation toward a noticeable improvement in language skills. SelfAssessment will be conducted once every session, worth 5% each. My.. My vocabulary skills are… My attitude in class is… My attitude outside of class is… My participation in class is… Do you… Come to class on time? Speak Korean in class? Ask for help from the teacher? Ask for help from other students? Watch TV/movies in English? Read English magazines/newspapers? Talk to native speakers? Talk to friends in English? Study English at home? Send the teacher an email? Poor Okay Great




You will also have a 5 minute reflection conference with your teacher in session 1. You will discuss your progress and goals. It is a good idea to prepare some notes for the discussion. You will also sign and present a copy of the learning contract to the instructor during the self-assessment conference, with one copy to keep for yourself.

Seoul National University
In-Service Training Center for Education Intensive English Teacher Training Program

Learning Contract
I, _______________(name) promise to study English for a minimum of ________hours per week, from ______/______/_______ to ______/______/_______. My #1 goal is to: ______________________________________ Other specific goals include: __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ I will evaluate my goals and study habits at the end of

session 2. If I achieve the above goals and stick to this contract, I will reward myself with: __________________________________________________________ Signed:_________________________ Witnessed:________________________ Dated:__________________________

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