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I hope this message finds you well. It was great to see you all at the Mini-Conference yesterday! It was a great day and I hope you all were able to visit various sessions and take in all we had to offer. I'm going to give you a run down of what is going on in class:
Due to the mini-conference canceling class this past Friday, we are pushing Lab B-2 back one day. On Monday October 11, 2010, we will meet in the classroom to prep for Lab B-2 which will take place on Wednesday October 13, 2010 and Monday October 18, 2010. Check the course schedule on GoogleDocs to see which day you will be teaching.
Lab C teaching dates will remain the same as they had been announced in class on Wednesday. You and your teaching partner will be responsible for finding a skill, game, or activity from another country and not only teaching us the game but also teaching us the culture as well. You will be given 20 minutes to teach with each person receiving 10 minutes each. Lesson plans are due 3-7 days before hand. Begin to look for these games and try to have an idea of what you want to do this Monday. There is also a packet due after you teach and you can find the date on the course schedule on GoogleDocs. Remember: For Lab C, off-campus locations and the swimming pool are not permitted. We also will review your choice with the checklist you filled out and place you in something in which you may be uncomfortable teaching. The only way to learn is to do.
Details coming soon...
If you have any questions, feel free to ask myself or any of the other lab assistants for help. Keep up to date on your blog posts. Due dates for reflections are listed on the course schedule on GoogleDocs. Remember, we want to help you become great teachers! Never be afraid to ask questions!