Assumptions About Issuing Zero Grades

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In this episode, I discuss a few assumptions that instructors might consider as it relates to how zero grades are issued.

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Task-Based Language Learning and ICTs

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In this episode, I discuss the basics of task-based language learning (TBLL) – using Office 365 – and share a grammar class I plan to teach next semester.

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Radio Interview (in Spanish): Streaming Video in Higher Education

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This is an interview (in Spanish) conducted at the radio station at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes – El Gis, recorded September 25, 2019, from 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM.

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Speech Acts and The English Language Learning Writer

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In this episode I discuss two recent writing assignments from this week (at Notion.so) and address illocutionary force in terms of the impact the written word can have on the intended audience.

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In the Classroom: Notion and the Multi-Genre Writing Class

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In the Classroom (Notion.so)

Write, plan, collaborate and get organized with @NotionHQ. Sign up with this link and get $10 in credit: https://www.notion.so/?r=f6a748a954fd470f8ad4ff47806250a3

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Create a Grammar Book Performance Task

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Socials – Grammar I

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Performance Tasks

Learning Targets

Understand grammar in context: morphological, syntactical, and lexical.

Understand lexical categories: nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, determines, conjunctions, and interjections.

Understand word classes: open and closed.

Understand phrases: noun, prepositional, verb, auxiliary, and compound.

Note to Learners

You will form partnerships (in pairs) to design a single class open grammar book that summarizes content convered throughout the course. The open grammar book, which is designed to provide a grammar reference for all subsequent courses taken in the BA, will be created in Pressbooks (pressbooks.com) and will include text, images, and links to learner-created videos. Each pair will present a grammar topic seen in class by developing two paragraphs (five-to-eight sentences for each paragraph), and each pair will prepare a 15-minute video that shows both paragraphs along with their analysis and explanation of the three aspects from grammar in context (i.e., meaning in context, forms and meanings, hypothetical meaning, collocations, and lexical chunks) and at least one example of each of the following functions: noun phrases, prepositional phrases, verb phrases, and compound phrases.

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Thesis Seminar: Developing Your Results and Discussion Section (Part 2)

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Mendeley Public Research Group: Applied Linguistics

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In this episode I provide tips when developing a Results and Discussion section.

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Thesis Seminar: Developing Your Results and Discussion Section (Part 1)

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Mendeley Public Research Group: Applied Linguistics

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In this episode I provide tips when developing a Results and Discussion section.

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Teaching Networking

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In this episode I discuss teacher networking.

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Thesis Seminar: Random Feedback

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In this episode I provide some random suggestions to learners who are finishing up their thesis paper and are preparing for their oral defense set in a couple of weeks.

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