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Reflect on your experience creating your animation answering the following questions.
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2. make your learning personal
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'''The most reason I choose this topic as my mini plan is that I wanted to highlight the importance of translation and translation method.  Also I believe that the translation method can be used as a useful resource in terms of ESL teaching. Although there are many arguments against this method, the translation is definitely the best way to explain the meaning of L2 and it has a meaningful approach when it comes to multicultural classroom.'''<br />
 
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I hope that ESL educators will thoughtfully use this method in their classroom in the future.  '''
3. support self-exploration and self-discovery
 
 
 
4. improve understanding through these courses
 
 
 
Use this area to submit your reflections on this discussion section. Write your thoughts on the reading and/or any changes in attitudes, knowledge, ability etc that have occurred as a result of integrating knowledge from the discussions(due: 6/25)
 
 
 
 
 
When you have finished you may move on to:  [[Unit Three: Implementing Class Management Plan]]
 
 
 
 
 
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The most reason I choose this topic as my mini plan is that I wanted to highlight the importance of translation and translation method. Also I believe that the translation method can be used as a useful resource in terms of ESL teaching. Although there are many arguments against this method, the translation is definitely the best way to explain the meaning of L2 and it has a meaningful approach when it comes to multicultural classroom.

I hope that ESL educators will thoughtfully use this method in their classroom in the future.