Beginning to Lower IntermediateESL Levels

 

Communication : ESL

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Module Four works well for beginning to intermediate ESL level students if certain adaptations are implemented. Suggested adaptions are listed below.

 

Suggested Adaptations

  • Suggestions for the focus activity
  • Vocabulary words and transcript of Dr. Archer’s video introduction to the module
  • Vocabulary words and summary of a reading onCommunication Across Cultures
  • Transcript of Dr. Archer’s video introduction to the nextsection of the module
  • Vocabulary words and summary of a Reading on Different Styles of Communication in Different Cultures
  • Suggestions for Activities of “Give me a hand” and Final Reflection
  • Grammar: Writing using photos as stimulus

Cultural Miscommunication

 

Beginning to Intermediate Materials to Download

 

Focus Activity

Vocab & Transcript

Vocabulary & Summary

Transcript to Next Sect.

Vocab & Summary

Ex. Suggestions



Upper Intermediate to Advanced ESL Levels

Module Four needs very little adaptation for upper intermediate to advanced level ESL students. Suggested adaptions are listed below.

The ESL adaptations include

  1. Suggestions for the focus activity
  2. Vocabulary words and transcript of Dr. Archer’s video introduction to the module
  3. Vocabulary words for and Note-Taking Exercise for A Reading on Communication Across Cultures
  4. Transcript of Dr. Archer’s video introduction to the next section of the module
  5. Vocabulary words and Note-Taking Exercise for a Reading on Different Styles of Communication in Different Cultures
  6. Suggestions for Activities of “Give me a hand” and Final Reflection



Focus

Note Taking

Transcript

Vocab 3

Hand Final

Grammar Writing