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WEEK 1 O.A

Send your professor an email.

Include:

* your class name in the email title (subject line)

* your name in English & Korean

Answer these questions in sentences:

* What is your professor's full name?

* Where is she from?

* What does this symbol " # " mean?

* Who answers the phone in Kristina's office?

* In which countries did Kristina go to university?

* What are the 3 kinds of homework you have to do in this class?

TELL ME ABOUT YOU

* What do you want to learn about in this class?

* What do you think is interesting?

* What do you like to do?

 

 

 

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Common Questions

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  1. Question: Is listening important or speaking important?
    Both are equally important.
    You need to learn to be a good
    listener to be a good speaker.


  2. Question: How will we be evaluated?
    Through participation and testing assessment.


  3. How can we prepare for the Mid-term & Final exams?
    There are many things.
    Most important is: Practice, practice SPEAKING!
    The other things I will tell you in class.


  4. How was the first class?
    Everyone in the class needs to speak more – In English!


  5. What kinds/types of tests?
    There will be many different kinds of testing.
    You will not always know when you are being tested.
    There are also surprise quizzes.



  6. Question: What is the (best) way to increase English speaking ability?  
    You need to practice, try, practice & try again.


  7. How much homework will you give us?
    A lot of little things.
    However, it will be always different.
    Sometimes it is writing, sometimes it is listening and sometimes it is conversation practice
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  8. I want know difference between "hi" and "hello". 
    They are the same, but “hi” is sometimes
    more casual than “hello”.

 

 

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Common Errors

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  1. Don’t call me “Teacher”. 
    Usually only little children say “Teacher”.
    USE a person's name when you talk to them, or "sir" or "miss" or "ma'am" if you do not know their names.


  2. Remember to use Capital Letters at the beginning
    of sentences & for proper names.


  3. Use the right punctuation at the end and
    in the middle of sentences.


  4. DON’T start written sentences with a conjunction. (and, but, so, or, because…etc.)

  5. The symbol '#' is not a 'sharp' except in music terms.
    Many of my students mistake the '#' for a sharp, but that is only in music.
    In English the '#' symbol means 'number'.

 

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