3113%20STUDENT%20MANUAL%201st%20SEM.2008-2009-final

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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO IN PONCE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FIRST SEMESTER ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY DE- 1 LAB ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY DE -1 & 132 STUDENT MANUAL FIRST SEMESTER ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE ENGL3113 SYLLABUS AND TENTATIVE SCHEDULE CALENDAR LABORATORY RULES PRE-TEST (ANNOUNCEMENT) S/ES ENDING & FREQUENCY ADVERBS TAG & WH QUESTIONS MODALS & PRONOUNS SIMPLE PRESENT & PRESENT PROGRESSIVE QUIZ I (ANNOUNCEMENT) LISTENING COMPREHENSION ED-ENDING PAST VS. PRESENT (USED TO ) LISTENING COMPREHENSION (PAST PROGRESSIVE) FUTURE TENSE TIME CLAUSES QUIZ II (ANNOUNCEMENT) POST TEST (ANNOUNCEMENT) APPENDIX UPR - ACADEMIC CALENDAR 1 ST SEMESTER 2008-2009 CALCULATION SHEET FOR THE LABORATORY GRADE 4 University of Puerto Rico in Ponce Dean of Academic Affairs 1 st Semester Academic Year 2008-2009 SYLLABUS - ENGLISH 3113 I. Course Title: Basic English Laboratory 3113 II. Code Number: ENGL 3113 III. Credits per Semester: None IV. Contact Hours: One hour per week V. Course Description: Basic English Laboratory 3113 is an additional opportunity for students to orally practice and reinforce grammatical items presented in the Basic English 3101 classroom and for the introduction and articulation of sounds that are known to cause difficulty to Spanish speakers. VI. Course Objectives: A. General 1. By exposing students to individualized aural-oral exercises, pertaining to grammatical and phonetic features presented in Basic English 3101 and having explained and practiced them in the English Lab, students should achieve acceptable fluency and communicate with correctness. Vocabulary development and listening comprehension and oral skills are emphasized. 2. By following the concept of inclusion expressed in Law 51 , students with special needs and disabilities will have the least restrictive environment to work in. B. Specific 1. By the end of the course the students are expected to: a. Recognize and produce the s-es inflection in English plurals, possessive nouns, contractions, and the 3 rd person singular simple present tense. b. Recognize and produce the -ed ending in the simple past tense. c. Recognize and produce the following consonant sounds: 1. [ ʦ ] = ch ocolate 4. [ ʒ ] = pleasu re 2. [ ʃ ] = sh ip 5. [j]= yet 3. [ ʤ ] = bridg e 6. ( ð ) = them, ( Ɵ ) = think Equal Employment Opportunity Employer M/W/V/D 5 ENGLISH 3113 1st Semester 2008-2009 d. Show understanding of what is heard by correctly answering listening comprehension questions. e. Use new vocabulary words in communicative contexts. f. Practice intonation patterns in words, phrases, sentences, and questions. h. Compare and contrast the English and Spanish sound systems....
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