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This course includes introduction and application of discussion skills. The course progresses from discussion as sharing information to discussion as decision making.
EStudents will engage in seven different types of discussion
EApply the seven principles of discussion
EUse appropriate language strategies for implementing the principles
EUse self-assessment to improve discussion performance
1 Orientation and Self-assessment
2 Discussion Principle #1: Being a good listener
3 Discussion Principle #1: Being a good listener
4 Discussion Principle #2: Being active and supportive participant
5 Discussion Principle #2: Being active and supportive participant
6 Discussion Principle #3: Asking questions to clarify and confirm
7 Discussion Principle #3: Asking questions to clarify and confirm
8 Discussion Principle #4: Disagreeing without making the speaker wrong
9 Discussion Principle #4: Disagreeing without making the speaker wrong
10 Discussion Principle #5: Know all criteria
11 Discussion Principle #5: Know all criteria
12 Discussion Principle #6: Assumptions and options
13 Discussion Principle #6: Assumptions and options
14 Discussion Principle #7: Making decisions
15 Discussion Principle #7: Making decisions
Detailed class syllabus and schedule will be provided on the first day of class.
Activities will include: Introduction/theory >> structured practice >> discussion session >> assessment.
Discussions assessments (7X10 points) 70%
Class Participation (15X2 points) 30%
There are no written exams for this course.
Worksheets and handouts will be provided by the teacher.
Students can contact their teacher by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for course help and study advice.
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