A description (list plus any explanation that might be necessary) of what speaking and/or listening points were covered over the course of the project (1 page)

Your report should be a maximum length of eight (8) double-spaced pages, and should include the following seven sections, in this order:

 

  1. An introduction (1/3 page)
  2. A summary of your needs assessment, i.e., howyou decided what the learners needed to learn (not what you decided) (1/3 page)
  3. A summary of how your contact hours were organized, i.e., what you did during a typical lesson—not on one specific occasion, but what you normally did(1 page)
  4. A description (list plus any explanation that might be necessary) of what speaking and/or listening points were covered over the course of the project (1 page)
  5. Your interactions with the student(s), and student responses (in terms of improvement, affect, acculturation, etc.) to the lessons and to the overall experience (2 pages)
  6. Suggestions for how youcould improve your teaching/tutoring/coaching in the future; descriptions of what the host instructor should have done differently are irrelevant to this section, and will receive no credit (1/2 page)
  7. OPTIONAL Section: What the host instructorshould do to improve his/her teaching (if you are coaching). This is completely separate from Section F. (1/3 page)
  8. A conclusion (1/3 page)

 

 

Please use section headings for each of the seven sections (eight sections, if you are coaching and add the optional section). Adjust possessive determiners appropriately

 

Class notes and other details are going to be provided upon agreement

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