Friday, February 12, 2016

Course Syllabus

กำหนดการจัดการเรียนรู้ (Course Syllabus)
รายวิชา ภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อการสื่อสาร2
(English for Communication 2

รหัสวิชา ศท 0103   จำนวนหน่วยกิต 3(2-2-5)

WEEK
LESSON PLAN/TOPICS
TIME
(hours)

TEACHING ACTIVITY

1
Orientation, Pre-test
1) Describing People’s Appearance
    - adjective telling appearance
    - opposite words

2
2

Lecture
Practice  Multimedia
Worksheets

2
1) Describing People’s Appearance        
    - comparisons
    - nouns telling appearance     
    - What do they look like?

4  
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

3
2) Describing People’s Personality
   -  adjective telling personality
    - opposite words
    - comparisons
    - nouns telling personality     
    - What are they like?

4

Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

4
3) Describing Things
   - adjective telling size /colors/shape
   - nouns telling materials
   - action verbs
   - What is it like/used for?

4  

Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

5
4) Describing Places
   - adjective telling size
   - nouns telling locations

4  
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

6
5) Future Plans: Modal verbs
(will, would, shall, should, can, could, may, might, must, ought to)

4
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

7
6) What if…? :
If you mix red and blue, you will get green.
If I were you, I would take a bus.

4
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

8
7) Go Shopping
      - greetings, offering assistance
      - introducing products, bargaining

4 
 Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

9
8) Giving Instructions: How to use a smartphone, a laptop, a printer, an MP3, etc.


4
 Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

10
9) Expressing Opinion & Feelings
       - sympathy
       - good wishes

4
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

11-12
10) Daily Routine: Present Simple, Present Continuous in Affirmative and interrogative sentence
8
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

13-14
11) Talking about Public Holidays: Songkran, Loy Krathong, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, etc.

8
Lecture
Practice
Multimedia
Worksheets

15
สอบปลายภาค (Final Examination)

4
30 คะแนน

  

Friday, March 20, 2015

Mr Bean takes teddy to the pet show

Mr Bean - At the Beach

Mr. Bean - Meets the Queen

Mr Bean - The Exam Cheat

Mr Bean and the Guardsman

Mr Bean - Library

Mr Bean's Wedding - Classic Comic Relief

Mr Bean - Department Store

Mr Bean - Back to School For Some Chemistry and Art!!

Mr. Bean - The Hospital Visit

Mr Bean The Hairdresser!

Mr Bean - TV Aerial -- Mr Bean - Fernsehausstrahlung

Mr Bean - Getting up late for the dentist

Mr Bean - Judo Class

Mr Bean - Eating Competition

Mr. Bean - At the Dentist

Mr. Bean - Sandwich for Lunch

Mr Bean - Takes the Train

Thursday, November 13, 2014

EC2 Course

Course Objectives To develop knowledge, ability, skills and attitudes  in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Vocabulary and sentence structures are focused at intermediate levels for communication in daily situations.

Course Description 
The purpose of this course is to enhance the potential of adult students, who finished English for Communication 1 course, for communicating in daily situations  namely describing people's appearance, describing  people's personality, describing things and places, making phone calls, shopping, making simple presentation, giving instructions, and exchanging opinions.  This course encourages students to apply English as a foreign language(EFL) politely, correctly and properly in everyday expressions. It provides vocabulary and sentence structures at intermediate level for learners. The concentrated skills include listening and speaking, but reading and writing are also integrated. It is a 7 weeks long and has 3 credit, delivered mainly in class, and partly through web-based exercises.
At the completion of this course, learners will be able to communicate confidently and meaningfully.  Perseverance and good behavior are required for attending this course.

Target Audience: Associate students who are undertaking the first year at Phangnga Community College.


Assessing and Evaluating
1. Formative tests  70 points:      
      Exercises                                                     20 points
      Tests                                                           30 points
     Online exercise and class participation          20 points

          
2. Summative (Final exam)                                30 points

Course Evaluation

Scores
Grades

80 - 100
A
75 - 79
  B+
70 - 74
B
65 - 69
  C+
60 - 64
C
55 - 59
   D+
50 - 54
D
0 - 49
F


Values Dilemma

Values Dilemma    
Read the following story, then follow the instructions.



Lifeboat

You are on holiday on a luxury ocean going ship. Suddenly a violent storm erupts, and the ship is blown onto a hidden rocks. It then sinks quickly. You find yourself in the water, but nearby is a lifeboat. You swim to it and quickly climb aboard as there are now many sharks nearby who have been attracted by the smell of blood. You check the lifeboat and find there is fresh water and some food. There is also a first aid kit, some flares, and a small radio transmitter. Around you in the water you hear voices calling for help. Who should you help onto the lifeboat first, as there are only a limited number of spaces, some people will be left behind in the water and be eaten by the sharks.

The question is ‘who will be left behind?’
You can only choose 6 from the following list to save, anymore than that  and the lifeboat will sink and everyone will be eaten by the sharks. Who will be left behind, and who will be saved?
*Remember 2 people will be left out of the boat, though it means certain death!

1. The Captain, 58. A very experienced sailor capable of navigating by the stars alone. Married with 3 grown children and 5 grandchildren. Has a secret drinking problem.

2. Medical officer, 47. Fully trained with b20 years of experience and service and an expert in tropical diseases. Separated from his wife and 2 children.

3. Pregnant woman, 32. This woman lost her husband and son when the ship sank on the reef. She was on her first holiday in five years.

4. Young girl, 12. Both her parents and a younger brother were on board when the ship hit the reef. They are now missing, presumed drowned or eaten. She is hysterical.

5. Young sailor, 19. Has only been employed for six weeks. This is his first cruise, lacks experience at sea but is a good radio operator.

6. Old millionaire,  74. A rich businessman with a reputation for being ruthless. He was on his way to start up a new factory in a poor country, that would employ many hundreds of poor, local people.

7. Scientist, 39. Returning home after five years of intense research in the jungle, where she has found a cure for Malaria. Has some basic medical knowledge.

8. Missionary, 56. A nun who has devoted thirty years of her life to treating lepers in Africa, returning home for a month before taking up a new post in India.
  
Task :
Put the 6 characters you have chosen from the story into the lifeboat. Put them in order, number 1 being the first person you would help into the lifeboat, and number 6 being the last one you would help in. Then explain your reasons for putting them in this order.

Person                 Reason
1._____________               _____________________________________________

2. _____________                    _____________________________________________

3. _____________                    _____________________________________________

4. _____________                    _____________________________________________

5. _____________                    _____________________________________________

6. _____________                    _____________________________________________

Shark baits               Reason
 7. _____________                   _____________________________________________

8. _____________                    _____________________________________________



Values Topics


Tell us about :

1. a good friend

2. your pet

3. something you like doing
4. a good book you have read

5. your taste in clothes
6. something you are good at
7. your favorite kind of music
8. what you did last Sunday

9. your room

10. how you get to school/work

11. a game you like playing

12. something you lost recently

13. a TV programme you like

14. your plans for next week

15. something dangerous

16. your family

17. your last holiday

18. your favorite subject at school

19.something you are proud of

20. a frightening experience

21. happiness

22. a country you are interested in

23. the season you like best

24. a nice present you were given

25. what you do in the evenings

26. fun

27. animals

28. what makes you laugh

29. something you worry about

30. a dream you had

31. your hopes for the future

32. a job you would like

33. something you would like possess

34. your feelings about smoking

35. your ideas about the ideal wife or husband

36. your happiest moment in the last year

37. your ideal flat/house

38. something you do not like doing

39. something you think is stupid

40. your most important possession

41. your feelings about this game
42. an adventure

43. a lucky day