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Lecture 3

APPLING 101W Lecture 3: 1 Testing philosophy


Department
Applied Linguistics
Course Code
APPLING 101W
Professor
Kinda Al Rifae
Lecture
3

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Sample 2
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Cite textbook
Cite textbook (Spada)
APA style for citation
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Sound and look academic
What you want to emphasize?
How and why
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A thesis statement in the end of introductory statement
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Focus on how
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e.g. "in order to increase motivation, I plan to teach my students through because according to ."
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Sample 2
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Teaching method, and why you teach this way(thesis)
In accordance with the thesis statement in introduction
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My class is centered…. Not my class will be centered
Simple present tense, not future tense
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Google "teaching philosophy statement"
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Mentioning what to use
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Use "I"
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Not too much details about what they do during class(the practices),
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Not that specific
Include examples of the activities, play games: but focus on why the game is played.
What I believe
What I put into what I believe
Why I do this
Don’t have to mention level
What language it is that you teach,
Why use group work, why use videos
remember this is a philosophy, why you design this activities
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Use as a brain storming, extract, don’t have to tell yourself as
How those experiences affect your method of teaching
Focus on role as a teacher, not a learner
My own learning experiences
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Topic sentence in each paragraph
Shown in the sample
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Header: the shorter version of title
Page number
Double space
Give a title, the key of paper
Name , class, instructor, date of writing
Title centered
Title page
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First formal page
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APA style:
#1 Testing philosophy
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