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DELTA MODULE 3 Extended

Assignment
Teaching Monolingual Students

Raghdah AL-Madany
Centre number: SA102
Candidate Number: 10

Contents
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Appendix1 - Preferred learning styles....................................................................................... 4
Appendix 1.2 Sample answer.................................................................................................. 5
Appendix 2 - Needs Analysis...................................................................................................... 6
Appendix 2.1 - Needs Analysis students sample....................................................................8
Appendix 4 preferred learning styles..................................................................................... 10
Appendix 8 Writing Diagnostic Test....................................................................................... 11
Appendix 8.1 Students Sample Writing 1.............................................................................. 12
Appendix 8.2 Students Sample Writing 2.............................................................................. 13
Appendix 11 - The Material used for the course.......................................................................14
Appendix 12 - Types of Assessments used to achieve aims and objectives:............................15
Appendix 13 Abbreviations for Writing Error Corrections.......................................................16
Appendix 14 Writing Checklist............................................................................................... 17
Appendix 15 Common Collocation Test..................................................................................18
Appendix 16 linking words test.............................................................................................. 19
Appendix 17 Summative Writing test.................................................................................... 20
Appendix 18 King Saud Writing Rubric...................................................................................21
Appendix 19 End of course Questionnaire.............................................................................22

Appendix1 - Preferred learning styles


Please choose the answer that describes your preference:

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1 = No
2 = A little
3 = Good
4 = Best
I like to On my own 1 2 3 4
work In pairs 1 2 3 4
In groups 1 2 3 4

I like Whole class 1 2 3 4


Explanatio Individually 1 2 3 4
ns/instructi Group 1 2 3 4
ons

I like to Seeing them 1 2 3 4


learn new Listening to them 1 2 3 4
vocabulary
Sorting/ arranging the 1 2 3 4
by
letters out by touching
them

Corrections Teacher correction 1 2 3 4


Self-correction 1 2 3 4
Peer - correction 1 2 3 4

Feedback Examples 1 2 3 4
using: Written results 1 2 3 4
Graphs and charts 1 2 3 4

I like Language games 1 2 3 4


Activities Problem solving activities 1 2 3 4
Which Mixture of tasks 1 2 3 4
include:
When On my own 1 2 3 4
completing With other students 1 2 3 4
an exercise With clues from the 1 2 3 4
, I like to teacher
work

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Appendix 1.2 Sample answer
Student name:
Please choose the answer that describes your preference:
1 = No
2 = A little
3 = Good
4 = Best
I like to On my own 1 2 3 4
work In pairs 1 2 3 4
In groups 1 2 3 4

I like Whole class 1 2 3 4


Explanatio Individually 1 2 3 4
ns/instructi Group 1 2 3 4
ons

I like to Seeing them 1 2 3 4


learn new Listening to them 1 2 3 4
vocabulary
Sorting/ arranging the 1 2 3 4
by
letters out by touching
them

Corrections Teacher correction 1 2 3 4


Self-correction 1 2 3 4
Peer - correction 1 2 3 4

Feedback Examples 1 2 3 4
using: Written results 1 2 3 4
Graphs and charts 1 2 3 4

I like Language games 1 2 3 4


Activities Problem solving activities 1 2 3 4
Which Mixture of tasks 1 2 3 4
include:

When On my own 1 2 3 4
completing With other students 1 2 3 4
an exercise With clues from the 1 2 3 4
, I like to
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work teacher

Appendix 2 - Needs Analysis


Student Name: Level: Age:

1. Do you think the PY program is enjoyable?


a. Yes
b. No

2. What other languages do you speak apart from Arabic and English?
a. Languages .

3. How many years have you studied English for?


a. Years

4. At school, how many hours a week did you study English?


a. Hours

5. In previous schools, did your English teacher talk to you


a) Mostly in English
b) Only in English
c) Mostly in Arabic
d) Only in Arabic
e) A mixture of both English and Arabic

6. Why do you need to study English/will it benefit you


a. For your university studies
b. For travelling
c. For future work
d. Speaking English with other people
e. Other reasons ..

7. My strongest areas in English are


a. Reading
b. Writing
c. Listening
d. Speaking
e. All of the above

8. My weakest areas in English


a. Reading
b. Writing
c. Listening
d. Speaking
e. All of the above
9. When studying English, I need more help with
a. Reading
b. Writing
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c. Listening
d. Speaking
e. All of the above

10. When writing, my weakest areas are


a. Thinking about what I have to write
b. Organizing the structure of my writing
c. Linking my ideas
d. Spelling
e. Grammar
f. Vocabulary
g. Checking my work for errors

11. When reading, my weakest areas are

a. Speed
b. Fluency
c. Vocabulary
d. All of the above

12. When writing, I want to be able to write and


a. A letter /email
b. An essay
c. fill in application forms
d. free writing
e. all of the above
13. The topics that interest me the most are
a. Reading
b. Sports
C. Shopping
d. Cooking
e. Travelling
f. Entertainment
g. Other (please specify)

14. Do you think your writing will improve by the end of the course?
a. Yes (Why)
b. No (Why) ..

15. If the PY year was not compulsory / would you still study it?

a. Yes
b. No

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Appendix 2.1 - Needs Analysis students sample
Student Name: Level: Age:
1. Do you think the PY program is enjoyable?
a. Yes
b. No

2. What other languages do you speak apart from Arabic and English?
a. Languages 0.

3. How many years have you studied English for?


a. Years 7 years

4. At school, how many hours a week did you study English?


Hours 4 hours a week.

5. In previous schools, did your English teacher talk to you


a. Mostly in English
b. Only in English
c. Mostly in Arabic
d. Only in Arabic
e. A mixture of both English and Arabic

6. Why do you need to study English/will it benefit you


a. For your university studies
b. For travelling
c. For future work
d. Speaking English with other people
e. Other reasons ..

7. My strongest areas in English are


a. Reading
b. Writing
c. Listening
d. Speaking
e. All of the above

8. My weakest areas in English


a. Reading
b. Writing
c. Listening
d. Speaking
e. All of the above

9. When studying English, I need more help with

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a. Reading
b. Writing
c. Listening
d. Speaking
e. All of the above

10. When writing, my weakest areas are


a. Thinking about what I have to write
b. Organizing the structure of my writing
c. Linking my ideas
d. Spelling
e. Grammar
f. Vocabulary
g. Checking my work for errors

11. When reading, my weakest areas are


a. Speed
b. Fluency
c. Vocabulary
d. All of the above

12. When writing, I want to be able to write a


a. A letter /email
b. An essay
c. fill in application forms
d. free writing
e. all of the above
13. The topics that interest me the most are
a. Reading
b. Sports
c. Shopping
d. Cooking
e. Travelling
f. Entertainment
g. Other (please specify)

14. Do you think your writing will improve by the end of the course?
a. Yes (Why) because all my teachers speak English
b. No (Why) ..

15. If the PY year was not compulsory / would you still study it?
a. Yes b. No

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Appendix 4 preferred learning styles
Name Work on Work Work Teacher Self Peer Teacher- Learning Games
your in in correcti correctio correction centered style and
own pairs Grou on n classes competitio
ps ns
1. Sara 4 2 2 4 1 2 4 V 4
h
2. Ham 4 4 2 4 1 1 4 A 4
ada
3. Suad 4 3 3 4 1 1 4 AV 4
4. Fatim 4 4 1 4 1 1 4 A 4
ah
5. Wafa 4 1 1 3 1 1 3 VAK 4
6. Alha 2 2 1 3 1 1 2 AV 4
m
7. Ree 3 1 2 1 2 2 4 AV 4
m
8. Yasm 3 3 1 4 1 1 4 AV 4
een
9. Ama 3 2 1 4 1 2 4 VAK 4
ni
10.Nour 4 1 2 4 1 1 4 V 4
a
11. 4 3 3 4 1 2 4 AV 4
Hamada
12. Rana 4 1 2 4 2 1 4 V 4
13. Aziza 4 1 1 3 2 1 3 AV 4
14. 4 1 4 3 2 1 3 AV 4
Rawia
15. 4 2 4 3 2 1 4 VAK 4
Muneera
16. Esra 1 1 4 3 3 1 4 A 4
17. 1 3 4 3 3 1 4 V 4
Abeer
18. 3 2 1 3 4 1 4 AV 4
Rahaf
19. Dana 3 1 1 2 3 2 4 VAK 4
20. Dalal 4 2 3 4 4 3 4 AV 3
21. Tarfa 4 3 2 1 3 1 4 A 3
22. 1 4 3 4 1 1 4 AV 2
Ghada

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Appendix 8 Writing Diagnostic Test

Student name:
Please complete this task in 30 minutes
Write about the importance of the Preparatory Year (PY) at King Saud University in 120
words

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Appendix 8.1 Students Sample Writing 1

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Appendix 8.2 Students Sample Writing 2

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Appendix 11 - The Material used for the course
Headway Academic skills (Reading and Writing) Level 3 * Sarah Philpot and
Lesley Curnick, 2011)
Teachers own materials/ including videos and articles adapted from the course
book

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Appendix 12 - Types of Assessments used to achieve aims and
objectives:

Ob1 Feedback session- Every day Informal discussions at the end of


Ob2 the class. (Formative assessments )
Ob 3
Ob 4

Ob3 Self and peer corrections - Students will use self/ peer correction
Ob4 check lists to check and evaluate their writing. This will take place
after each writing session (Formative assessments)

Ob1 End of course End of course This questionnaire will be carried


Ob2 out at end of the course to evaluate aims and objectives of the
Ob 3 curse. (Summative assessments)
Ob 4

Ob1 One - 2 one interviews


Ob2 Students will be able to look at their journal and discuss progress
Ob 3 with me in private. They will also have the opportunity to make
Ob 4 suggestions and changes. (Formative assessments).

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Appendix 13 Abbreviations for Writing Error Corrections

WW Wrong word

WO Word order

SP Spelling mistake

Art Articles used incorrectly or an articl

WF
Wrong word form

Prep Preposition is used incorrectly or ne

SV Subject- verb agreement

S Subject is missing

V Verb is missing

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Appendix 14 Writing Checklist
Student name:
Students comment:

Excellent Very Good Fair


good
1. The writing is clearly organized and
well-structured with an interesting
opening to attract readers
2. Each paragraph contains a topic
sentence
3. The ideas are linked in cohesive
and coherent way
4. A chronological order is followed
with clear introduction, main body
and conclusion
5. The tense used is correct and not
mixed up
6. Capital letters are used at the
beginning of each paragraph, and
sentence. Also, when names and
places are mentioned
7. There are very few spelling mistakes
and they do not interfere with
meaning
8. The opening and closing sentences
are clearly defined and there is a
summary in the closing sentence
9. There is good usage of academic
collocations and linking words
adding to the cohesion and
coherence of the paragraph
10. Variety of the vocabulary
learnt during the course is used
appropriately
11. The style and register is used
appropriately in the writing

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Appendix 15 Common Collocation Test

Choose the correct word to form the collocation:


1. Rising a. cold
2. Key b. coverage
3. Freezing c. discourse
4. Mobile d. points
5. Political e. wave
6. Media f. device

Circle the appropriate adverb/ adverbial phrase in the following sentences:


1. The children largely / mainly benefit from drinking milk.
2. People using (Facebook messenger) are able to send messages in real / true
time.
3. The earth friend organisation felt strongly /intensely against trees being cut.
4. Salesmen and beauticians share many of the same techniques / tricks to sell
products to customers.
5. Your final exam will be marked / assessed before your final grade.
6. Many people are now spending a lot of time exercising / training to lead a
healthy lifestyle.

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Appendix 16 linking words test

Choose from the following linking words

but, although, nevertheless, however, as a result , in addition, so

1. My mother has not been very well recently. _____________, for a woman of her
age she is doing very well.
2. He broke his leg while playing football , ________________ the injury was not that
bad.
3. They told the gardener not to cut the tress very low _______________ he still did
that.
4. ________________ it was raining, we still finished our picnic.
5. __________________ of the bad food I ate, I got food poisoning.
6. It was my friends birthday, ____________ I got her a gift.
7. Saudi Arabia is very hot and dry, ______________________ to that, it has many
sands storms.

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Appendix 17 Summative Writing test

Cambridge University Press (2011). Cambridge IELTS 8 (Self Study Pack) paper 3.
Cambridge.

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Appendix 18 King Saud Writing Rubric

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Appendix 19 End of course Questionnaire

Circle the answer that suits your needs

1. The course content were appropriate to my needs

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

2. The course skills were appropriate to my needs

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

3. The instructions given at different stages of the course were clear and concise

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

4. The course materials and activities were enjoyable and appropriate to my needs

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

5. The variety of the lessons were appropriate and improved my writing skills

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

6. Feedback sessions were constructive and appropriate

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

7. The writing checklist and error correction symbols were helpful

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

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8. Group discussions were helpful and encouraging

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

9. Overall, the course met my writing needs

Agree Strongly agree Disagree Strongly


disagree

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