Ref: OPEN MOOCs
A. Backward Design
Stage 1: to identify the desired results
Stage 2: to determine the acceptable evidence
Stage 3: to plan learning experiences and instruction
1. mini-lesson and a content lesson
2. start immediately with the contents and stop in order to explain key vocabulary or ideas.
C. Course revision or development
1. Planning Stage
2. Course Implementation Stage
3. Course Revision Stage
D. Strategies to help students build confidence
1. Build a supportive environment that encourages and rewards participation
2. Make sure students know you don't expect perfect English
E. Choosing materials
1. Review the Student Learning Objectives and Course Description
2. Review the Assessments, Assignments, and Grading
3. Review options for a textbook or materials
(2) level of English?
(4) different publications or online sources?
(6) relevant to global world or few cultures?
(7) online support?
(8) support while reading?
(9) student-centered learning?
(10) how much of the book will be required for the course?
(11) write materials or create instructional videos in English?
F. Differentiating Instruction
1. Same assessment exceptions
.... not let stronger student dominate discussions.
as a "scribe"
2. Flipped learning