Globalizing EFL Teaching and Learning

This group is made up of the participants of the 2019 Teacher Exchange Program: "Developing 21st Century Skills for Globalizing English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Classrooms" at Temple University, funded by the U.S. Department of State Office of English Language Programs and FHI 360.
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Final Project Lesson Plans

Enhancing integrated persuasive language skills among university students

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Students are introduced to persuasive language expressions that would help them to plan, design, and create a commercial using a task-based approach that would facilitate students' interaction in small groups. This module would take four stages, meeting once a week. The first is introducing the topic to students via reading and listening materials. Then students will be asked to analyze the persuasive language of different commercials. In the second lesson, students will be introduced to more examples of commercials and adds that would help them produce a written slogan, and justify their production. By the end of the session, students will be divided into groups of five to seven students, and brainstorm the topic of their commercial, and assign roles. In the third session, students will hold further discussions of their topics, and fill in any gaps that existed during their previous preparations with the help of the instructor. In the last session, students will display their recorded videos, and all the pre-recorded commercials will be celebrated by the whole class.

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Authors: Hanan waer, Marwa Elelidy

Developing speaking skills to university students through environmental service learning.Huyen+Alesia.g

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This lesson plan is dedicated to the topic of Environmental problems in students' neighborhood and is aimed at the development of students' speaking skills. It involves 2 periods. The lesson plan was designed to be applicable in various teaching contexts from a traditional class to a digital one. The presented lesson plan caters for the students of the first year.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Authors: Nguyen Huyen, Alesia Shevtsova