In this task, you will learn more about how you exchange
Rearrange the multiply email below into a correct order.
personal news in a letter.
but FYI, I'm not good at baking cookies actually=/
So, I'll probably rely on you guys..=D
To: Lissy @gmail.com
Coincidentally, my Speaking III curriculum is a project that ends in
a recorded assessment (which becomes a time capsule) and a portfolio of the work done in the creation of it over the two preceding months. It's hard to share all of the pieces with you digitally, as the videos are around
100MB apiece, and the examples of student work aren't even digitized. That said, if you really want to know more, maybe we can schedule a Skype chat, and I can just show you? Or better yet, perhaps I can just bring some stuff to Jakarta some time over the next month, and you and I can sit and chat about the project while Akang Michael
smokes cigarettes. =)
CC: Hey Michael, any idea when you'll be around through January? I
may swing by. Also, do recall that I inquired about catching up via phone last week, friend. =)
Cookies! I'm down :)
Lissy wrote: Dear Bryan,
Wow...yes..yes..I'd love to know more how you did the project=)
and i think it would be better if you swing by to Jakarta next month then we have that chat...may I know when will it be exactly?
The main reason why I prefer to have the chat directly is..I don't know how to use a Skype chat=D
Dear Sister bear (and papa bear, CC'd):
At long last, I am planning to swing through Jakarta next month! While my plans are not yet solid, it seems likely I'll be there for the second week of January. During that time, I'd like you to consider the possibility of us:
a) discussing my "World Tomorrow" Project, as mentioned below. I will bring examples on Nina's behalf, and would be happy to work with Michael to get the project into a readily-sharable form for future ETAs and ELFs. It is a project I am quite proud of, which targets a number of skills in speaking, writing, and critical thinking, and which has proven successful with over 200 Indonesian students now!
b) baking cookies! Last year, Jackie, Michael and I did so, and I still remember the experience fondly. In fact, I've just added Jackie to the CC list too, on the off-chance she might want to join us for some cookie-baking…
wishing you a wonderful year's end, Bryan
Lissy wrote: Bryan,
Since I know that you're teaching speaking, may I know what kind
of test you used? and how did you test them? is it one to one test like a common international speaking test?
Have you ever tried using portfolio assessment in speaking class? Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Thank you and have a great day ahead!!:)
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