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LUZ EDITH ZAPATA LÓPEZ MARTHA ISABEL MADINA CARLOS LONDOÑO ESTRADA JUAN FELIPE NARANJO USUGA


INTRODUCTION  The attitude of the teachers  Teacher’s methodology  Teacher’s activities  Teacher’s resources  Students' attitude

CLASSROOM DESCRIPTION  Second floor  It’s labeled with the number “204  The classroom is painted with an almond color  There are 4 large lighting lamps and 2 medium size windows.


STUDENTS DESCRIPTION TEACHER DESCRIPTION

 The age of students is between 17 and 23 years old.

 Agenda.

 They are in different academic programs.

 The body language.

 This class belongs to the first level of English.

 Learning a second language is a conscious process.

 Autonomy.

 The use of a softly voice tone.  Gramatical rules.


CLASS METHODOLOGY Teacher methodology was focused on developed his class’ plan, and helped in the students` needs. According to our observation, teacher used a great set of strategies that were found in the class context, in order to create a good environment of class.

ANALYSIS

The techniques used by the teacher have a mixture of every principle. This does not mean that the teacher has not a well thought orientation, but that he moves according to the students’ needs; he is a learner centered teacher.  Nunan 2011  FUNLAM 2013

 Pundik 1999


CONCLUSIONS “It is not possible to determine a teacher`s orientation simply by observing her techniques” (Freeman & Freeman, 2001, pág. 31).

REFERENCES  Cook, V. (April de 2013).  Escaño, G., & Gil de la Serna, M. (April de 2013).  Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2001).  FUNLAM. (April de 2013).  Goleman, D. (1998).  Nunan, D. (2011).  Pundik, J. (1999).

Presentation Observation Project  

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