I just want to know something about the following question:
Look at this worksheet prepared for students of the C-level of the Common European Framework and adapt it for the B-level and the A-level. (Prepare two separate worksheets). You do not have to change every question or phrase but if you decide to keep something unchanged, make sure it is manageable for the corresponding level. You can adapt the questions for discussion but consider role-play as another option. Remember to include some useful vocabulary and phrases for the corresponding level. Your class of 60 students is split into groups of six.
Some useful vocabulary and phrases:
- I think the... channel is by far the best.
- I suppose the... channel is slightly better than the rest.
- It has a well-balanced mix of...
- It shows a great variety of...
- It annoys me to see...
- It infuriates me when...
- I’m bored stiff by...
Do i have to add phrases on like the first 2 or just simplify it as well and leave it as it is?
Another tough one, no doubt, the idea of making a lesson plan for 3 different levels in one plan involves so much consideration, one is tempted to create 3 different plans! (sorry I know that doesn't help..) I would think there are many different solutions as a result...
If you look at the definitions of 'Student Levels' in Class Management and Student Levels pg.33 (I would even suggest memorizing it on some level) there is another example on pg.13 (without 'Beginner' defintion) in the Large Classes mod. With that in mind I would start around pgs 19-22 as an example (pretty close) of what is being asked here... ask yourself is this something I would present to a (potential) beginner/elementary student? if not, how would I change it? ... you might want to lay all these docs out in front of you, while you think of ideas... hope this helps, good luck