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Reflect on your experience creating your animation answering the following questions.
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1. What problems did you encounter if any?
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''Those two pictures got me thinking that ESL education in USA is not considered as much important as in my country, Korea.''
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<br /> '''"Which method can be useful in teaching ESL?"'''
  
2. Write a reflection on your overall impression and experience using this website.
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'''"The biggest reason I chose 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.'''
 
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'''I hope that ESL educators will thoughtfully use this method in their classroom in the future."  '''
3. How did your initial ideas for integrating this tool change from the Unit I discussions.
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Latest revision as of 01:48, 9 May 2013

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Blue 1.jpg Those two pictures got me thinking that ESL education in USA is not considered as much important as in my country, Korea.
"Which method can be useful in teaching ESL?"

"The biggest reason I chose 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."


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