PRONI Group 2: Evidence and Practice


Evidence Units 9-14

  1. Read the units and do all the follow-up activities, peruse the reflection questions and look over the discovery activities. Do the practice tasks so you can see the TKT test tasks.

2. A case study  for a course design project

Instructions: You are going to design a course for an individual learner. You will write an needs outline about the learner you chose from the profiles following the template about one of the following learners in the profiles. Include:

Needs: Personal ~ Future professional ~ Learning

Characteristics: Learning style ~ Learning strategies ~ Age ~ Level ~ Maturity ~ Past learning experience ~ Motivation ~ Personality

How to meet needs: Materials ~ Topics ~ Pace ~ Activities ~ Approach Language ~ Skills ~ Interaction Patterns ~ Level     Feedback ~ Learning Strategies ~ Workload

Bring in your design next session.

Those of you who would like to read ahead, please finish up to Unit 18.  We will cover those units next week and take a learning opportunity test.


Evidence Units 5-9

For this week, please work on page 24B in your Anthology for concept checking. Read pages 63-65 to further your knowledge about Unit 9.

Bring scissors and a glue stick for some cut-and-paste activities.

Work on all Follow-up Activities, Discovery Activities, and Practice TAsks at the end of each unit.


Units 1-4 Evidence and Practice

If you want to brush up on your own grammar, a great site for practice for you and/or your students is on the right side of this blog under the heading All TKT support, which will provide lots of practice for the TKT context.

If you need to review the parts of speech, here is a Web page that can help you.

Look at the post about Movie Segments to Assess Grammar. Look at some of the sample classes. Do you think this is an interesting way to learn grammar? Can you download the movies to your computer to take them to school? Try one of these or search on the Internet for other fun Grammar learning options.


To practice with the terminology from Units 1 & 2, search on the Internet for a good game you can create to help you learn the words in the glossary. Invent your own game or puzzle. You can use a puzzle-maker, (type in puzzle-maker) or consult Larry Ferlazzo’s  Best Sites for jeopardy, flash cards, games, or quiz-maker ideas. One of my personal favorites is

The idea is to provide a rich study context for everyone to study in a fun way. Once you create your study space, post your URL on the Grammar and Vocabulary Study Exchange. Make sure you include instructions.

If you have difficulties on LearningApps, please try Kahoots.


Practice using the IPA
Choose a section in this Google document and write your name in the small section. Write a complete sentence about something you learned in Unit 3 using the IPA Typewriter. You may find this typewriter here.

Use the glossary vocabulary to form your sentence. Post it into one of the spaces on the Google Doc. Compare and decipher what other people have written. Can you correct any errors? Write the English version and any corrections in your classmates’ boxes.


Finish the matrix in your anthology.

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