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В июле 2008 года в НГУ приезжают волонтеры из США (1 преподаватель и 10 студентов университета) для проведения занятий со студентами и аспирантами, желающими научиться говорить на американском варианте английского языка. Достигнута предварительная договоренность о численности обучаемых: 5 групп по 12 человек, с каждой из которых будут заниматься по два волонтера. Участвовать от НГУ будут: 45 студентов и аспирантов ФФ, 10 - ФЕН и 5 - ФИТ.
Условия отбора на эти курсы:
а) участвуют студенты от 3 курса и выше, и аспиранты;
б) начальный уровень знания английского - существенно выше нулевого, тестирование будут проводить преподаватели английского языка, работающие на ФФ;
в) волонтеры работают бесплатно, но: НГУ должен оплатить госпошлины за визы, пересылку документов, проживание волонтеров в Новосибирске (Стоимость и варианты проживания я сейчас согласовываю). Для компенсации этих расходов с каждым участником обучения будет заключаться договор о дополнительных платных образовательных услугах, ориентировочная стоимость трехнедельного курса - около 2500 руб., точно будет известна после определения варианта поселения гостей. Для обеспечения культурной программы для гостей я рассчитываю привлечь средства спонсоров.

Принимать заявления о зачислении и осуществлять предварительный отбор будут: на ФИТ - Е.В.Никитина (5 мест), на ФЕН - В.А.Емельянов (10 мест), на ФФ - В.Ж.Мадирбаев (45 мест).
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А студенты-волонтёры будут преподавать только в здании университета или им можно будет сказать: "О, пойдёмте на Обское ну или куда-нибудь ещё"? Т.е. общение с ними ограничено парами или нет?


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А студенты-волонтёры будут преподавать только в здании университета или им можно будет сказать: "О, пойдёмте на Обское ну или куда-нибудь ещё"? Т.е. общение с ними ограничено парами или нет?
- пока проект выглядит так:
- занятия идут в течение трех недель, по пять рабочих дней в неделю;
- первая пара - лекция, которую читает преподаватель;
- вторая пара - что-то наподобие семинарских занятий, но в виде живого тематического общения, диспута и т.п.
- после обеда тоже учеба, но не такая формализованная, наверное, можно и на море;
- суббота и воскресенье - культурная программа для гостей, ее объем зависит от того, сколько денег удастся привлечь от спонсоров, но я рассчитываю на то, что и наши студенты будут в этой программе участвовать (например, совместный поход на шашлыки, или поездка на базу отдыха, и т.д.).

Программу занятий сейчас готовят наши преподаватели, потом я ее буду согласовывать с потенциальными слушателями (проще говоря - выложу на форуме) и с руководством НГУ.


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А как быть с теми, кто живет общежитии? Им ведь придется еще оплачивать проживание летом.


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А как быть с теми, кто живет общежитии? Им ведь придется еще оплачивать проживание летом.
- я не понял вопрос. Да, придется оплачивать. И что?

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а студенты ммф. могут участвовать?


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а студенты ммф. могут участвовать?
- нет.

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а) участвуют студенты от 3 курса и выше, и аспиранты;


это те кто перешел на 3-ий курс или окончил его?


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а) участвуют студенты от 3 курса и выше, и аспиранты;


это те кто перешел на 3-ий курс или окончил его?

Да меня тоже это вопрос интересует!


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Определены сроки пребывания и состав группы волонтеров, программа занятий и другие формальные вещи.
1. Занятия с волонтерами по английскому языку будут проходить с 30.06.2008 по 18.07.2008.
2. Состав группы волонтеров: 1 преподаватель и 8 студентов (3 парня и 5 девушек). К сожалению, их на 2 человека меньше, чем предполагалось, так что набираем 6*8=48 студентов и аспирантов НГУ.
3. Процедура отбора следующая:
- до 21 апреля желающие подают заявления (в деканате будет лежать папка с надписью "Заявления на летний курс английского языка"), в которых надо указать, кроме своей фамилии, статус (студент, аспирант и т.д.), номер группы, кто преподавал английский, оценки по английскому за все семестры обучения в НГУ, сколько лет учите язык, были ли за границей, где, когда, сколько, по какой программе;
- с 21 по 25 апреля будет отбор заявлений преподавателями английского языка;
- 25 апреля состоится тестирование и окончательное формирование групп;
- с 25 апреля будет проходить оформление договоров на дополнительные платные образовательные услуги (точная сумма пока не определена, но не менее 3500 и не более 4000 рублей);
- 29 июня состоится организационное собрание студентов.

Программа занятий приведена ниже, все вопросы - по электронной почте.

Note: We will provide an outline with word banks of targeted academic vocabulary words in each lecture OR a Cloze activity to help hone listening skills. I will some writing assignment about every 3rd day, and grammar will be “pulled out” of each lesson/lecture. In the U.S. we shift gears about every 30 minutes in a 90 minute lecture. We welcome questions, polite disagreement, discussion, and thinking that is “outside the box”. Such thinking is very Western.

I. With So Many Options About What to Buy, How Does a Consumer Make a Decision About What to Buy:
Who Influences the Consumer?
(2 day lecture/lesson)
lecture given by Julia Thompson

This lecture/lesson will focus on Consumer Behavior and Marketing with emphasis on
• Influencing the Consumer
With mention of how consumers are targeted in the Internet generation ,
Peer influence, the concept of planned obsolescence
• Who Buys what? The Family’s Influence
• How We See Ourselves
• Wants vs. Needs and the Psychological Component
With an introduction to Maslow, shopping addiction, self-esteem

Goals:
In this lesson, students will increase their academic vocabularies (and synonyms)(with emphasis, when appropriate on parts of speech suffixes and where such parts of speech fit into English sentence patterns), explore psychological reasons and family paradigms that influence purchases, undercover the role of marketers in “targeting” the individual in advertising, explore how to become informed vs. manipulated consumers, and talk in small groups about all of the above. (Students will be asked in small groups to use target words in conversation with help/feedback from conversation facilitator).

Students also will work with sentence structures using subordination to answer
a survey in writing about owning certain things (or not) affects their self esteem.
Resources/Supplemental Materials
*Film of D.H. Lawrence’s short story “The Rocking Horse Winner””
Students will be asked to read this story from an Internet site for small group
discussion) http://www.classicshorts.com/stories/rockwinr.html
For fun, look at U Tube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTsNw85f ... re=related

(It deals with a British family where the dynamic is “wrapped around”, or obsessed, with the acquisition of things – to the point of where it destroys the family…good for discussion of how capitalism can run amuck if taken too far and what it is that actually fills the soul….)
* Consumer Report Magazine(s): How to evaluate the quality of goods we buy*
*http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0610/061011-shopping.html
* Self-inventory: Why I Buy What I Buy: to be talked about in small group
discussions
Men Suffer from Compulsive Shopping http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0610 ... pping.html

Sources: Multiple, reading handouts, vocabulary work







II. New Computer Technology and Privacy Issues
(1-2 days)
lecture by David Thompson

Segway film – perhaps at night “Minority Report” with Tom Cruise
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0181689/tra ... E15365-310
(trailer for review)
(This film is futuristic, Orwellian, and science fiction with regard to newer technology such as eye scans being used to activate “advertising voices” aimed at a customer when he/she walks in a store.)
David will focus on some new technology in the computer world how personal information and searches via search engines such as google.com makes privacy impossible. He’ll discuss how companies use this information, also, to target consumers. He’ll talk also about how the “haves” and the “have nots” of the world are splitting more and more along who is literate in terms of computer know-how and not, and how the Internet has contributed to globalization and a “news reporting” blogs that are scooping media outlets and showing power in vetting political candidates (for better and worse).
Goals:
(David will provide a Cloze outline with blank spaces every seventh word for student to fill in as they listen. The goal is to hone listening skills.)
(He may need a computer that has the ability to display what is on its screen for the class.)

Resources:
ESl Lesson on Cyber Bullying:
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0707 ... lying.html
ESL Lesson: on Googe to rival Wikipedia
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0712 ... _knol.html
Facebook/Myspace in advertising battle
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0711 ... space.html
power of Facebook
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0709 ... ebook.html
youth targeted re. food
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0607 ... games.html
Book: The Unwanted Gaze
Review by CNN: http://archives.cnn.com/2000/LAW/06/21/rosen.privacy/
Article: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0162-895X(199606)17%3A2%3C367%3AHCCTIP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-J




III. “Sex and the City” and the Jane Austen Revival: Is the Austen Revival, in Part, a Reaction to the Hook Up Approach? To Love and Sex?
(2 days )
Lecture will open with some clips from “Sex and the City” and “Jane Eyre” with a rhetorical question inviting listeners to ponder which of these clips approximates what opinions they have as to how human courtship is carried out in the West? The talk will talk about Woodstock (the rock festival) and baby boomer rebellion (Bill Clinton was a boomer) and the feminist movement (Gloria Steinam) were watershed movements in the sexual mores in the West. Mention of the current hook-up behavior of some, the influence of Michel Foucault and Pierre Bordieu on teacher education, and the stats relative to Sexually Transmitted Disease(STDs), AIDs, and Divorce (and its consequences on children, learning and success in life) will be mentioned.
Also addressed will be the reality of mores in “religious” American, often excised by Hollywood’s attempt to shape reality with its own mores. Ms. Thompson will talk about what it is in Jane Austen’s works that are grabbing the hearts of young adults in the West – perhaps as the beginning of a rejection of the mores of “Sex in the City”.
Noted also are some stats they may not know
• Children from stable home do better in school
• Married couples have better sex lives
• Those from divorce homes more like to divorce with the inverse true
• Jane Eyre is loved in many cultures – even today --- Why?

Goals: to introduce English vocabulary, provoke thought and discussion
Problem-solution Essay
Students will read (at night) “Do You Risk Enough to Succeed?”
About Yugoslav Monica Seles’ tennis career. How she had what it took to succeed in sports. The tie in is for students to consider what it takes to have a lasting love relationship (and stable home). They will be asked to imagine what it will take to make such a relationship succeed (and potential problems) and solutions. In their essays, the will use if/then sentences, the subjunctive mood, transitional words, and come up with solutions to would-be problems that are concrete, anecdotal, etc. (I will give them a rubric and model).

Weekend discussion 1(optional): The Thompsons will be glad to share they met, their sense of “vocation” to married life, and how through many seasons of high-tide and low-tide, they have just celebrated 25 years together and still love each other. (Both come from long-term marriages and will be glad to share what they learned from their parents and have passed on to their daughter, who though she looks like Rachel in “Friends”, prefers the courtship model of Jane Austen’s era.
We’ll bring along some wedding photos and our Statement of Vocation About Marriage… “We Believe that Marriage….”
Weekened disussion 2 (optional): Secondhand Virginity: What is it? How does one start over, if he/she wishes to do so?

http://www.lovematters.com/secondvirginlinks.htm
thoughts from Mel Gibson (“Braveheart” (who is mentoring Brittany Spears along with his wife, Robin)
Kathy Ireland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathy_Ireland)

Links for reading/discussion re. Sexual Mores/Trends
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0511 ... mance.html
romantic love only last a year says one scientist – purely biological view

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... tml?sub=AR
(STDs in DC)
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... tml?sub=AR
US Syphilis Up for Seventh Straight Year

http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/washingtonp ... +New+Alone
divorce affects care of elderly and aging parents negatives

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 02498.html
The Vow

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/15/us/15 ... html?fta=y
To be Married Means to be Outnumbered

http://campusapps.fullerton.edu/news/In ... kashi.html
“A large part of the lower achievement of children of divorced parents may be explained by other factors, such as low income

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/entertai ... _2-14.html
(re. revival in mores of Jane Austen’s stories)

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 02532.html
(re. hooking up)
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/lifestyle ... kup19.html
Is there a downside to hooking up?

http://www.999today.com/peopleandsociet ... 34002.html
married people have better sex

http://www.newsweek.com/id/123508?tid=elatedcl
Does religion help you get pregnant?

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,226560,00.html
GLOBAL SEX SURVEY: MARRIEDS DO IT MORE THAN TEENS

DIVORCE IS BAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
HTTP://WWW.BREAKINGNEWSENGLISH.COM/0712 ... VORCE.HTML

http://www.christianitytoday.com/mp/2001/002/5.38.html
The Case for Marriage

http://www.lovematters.com/truelovewaits.htm
Some believe in abstinence until marriage

Evening movie: Pride and Prejudice with Keira Knightly

http://imdb.com/title/tt0414387/trailer ... E24517-314
I also have “Jane Eyre” with Timothy Dalton (a James Bond) = 4 hours for any who want to see it on a weekend. This is the best of many versions.
http://www.geocities.com/tdrus2000/KINO ... /JANEE.HTM

IV. Rugged Individualism in the American Psyche and its
Role in Competition in Schools and the Place of the Honor Code in Academia
(Will the Trend Away from Moral Absolutes Change the Modus Operandi ) (MO)?
Shared lecture by David and Julia Thompson
Mr. Thompson will lecture about where the concept of The Honor Code in American Secondary Education originated and offer anecdotal commentary about his undergraduate years at Thomas Jefferson’s university, The University of Virginia, where the Honor Code is still held in high esteem. He will comment on how competition in American education has had positive (and negative consequences) and what “getting caught” may mean for a student in terms of his academic an professional career. (Few Russians, e.g., will know that Ted Kennedy was kicked out of Harvard in 1951 for cheating on a Spanish exam and that even the Kennedy name did not save him then.) Mr. Thompson will offer analysis about how the current trend – ironically a result in part of multiculturalism – away from moral absolutes with the tendency to deconstruct any and everything could affect education in the long run.
A rhetorical question that students will be asked to consider is: If you were to have a brain tumor, would you want a physician who had cheated his/her way through medical school? Also, does cheating cripple students? Do professionals who have cheated through school help their nations or not? (See movie below).
Also, Mr. Thompson will talk about plagiarism and the American regard of this practice in Academia.
Mrs. Thompson will also share how, as a teacher, she works to make sure that students know how NOT to plagiarize and how serious it is both in university and in oné’s professional life in the West when writing is involved. Hand out given with overhead instruction first.

Lesson for students:
Plagiarism lesson to hone listening/discussion/vocabulary/thinking will be used: http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0801 ... iarism.htm

Unlearning how we first learn to write by copying. A writing lesson in paraphrasing
will be offered.

Links for Discussion

45 students kicked out of UVA for Plagiarism
http://archives.cnn.com/2002/EDUCATION/ ... iarism.ap/

Problems with Plagiarism for 2nd language learners
http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~ois/docs/Honor ... .intls.pdf
technology sniffs out Student plagiarism
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/03/ ... 0771.shtml

individualism: background with emphasis on rugged individualism
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Individualism
(also in Russian, once on the link, select

Movie “Stand and Deliver” evening or weekend
Discussion about how much was expected of these students and how they rose to the occasion vs. cheating to get there.

http://www.teachwithmovies.org/guides/s ... liver.html

V. Brain Imagining: A Hot Technology That Has Pluses and Minuses
1 day lecture/lesson, approximately day 8

Lecture: This lecture will focus on the blessings and detriments of new brain scanning technology. Mention will be made as to how this technology will aid in the diagnosis and accurate treatment of mental illnesses and brain relatied disorders such as Attention Deficit Disorder(ADD) that affect learning.
Also, students will learn how this technology is also increasingly going to be
used by police and intelligence networks to determine the motives and truth of statements made by suspects. Parallels will be drawn to the “thought police” in Orwell’s 1984 with references made back to “The Minority Report” (precognition police) and The Honor Codes prevalent in western and other university systems.
(Mention will also be made to “body scans” and how such scans are causing mixed blessings – diagnosing suspected medial problems but also uncovering unsuspected problems, a “catch 22” (good “Americanism”, reference to Joseph Heller’s book by the same name.
For the women, mention will be made of how Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
can be ascertained in brain scans. (“Yes, it’s real.)

Lesson for Students: New Computer Art Mirrors Viewers’ Moods (some modifications…not all activities will be used)
http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0608 ... -art-e.doc
Goals: Listening and reading skills will be hone and vocabulary will be
introduced.
Writing: Students will write about the “pros” and “cons”
of brain scans: This essay will be an “opinion” piece where
the writer comes down on one side of the other but also analyzes the
other point of view. A rubric will be provided at the time of the
of the assignment. Students will consciously vary the use of sentences
with subordination with shorter sentences, choose action verbs when
possible, and for the most part write in the active voice. (A mini
lesson in grammar/sentence structure and a model paragraph
will be given just prior to this assignment.)

Links:
Brain scans may show who is lying or deciding even to lie or not
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/stor ... d=15744871
Brain scanners that read intentions
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2007/ ... sofscience
Brain scans show how people with different political opinions differ http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6356637
Brain scans of certain disorders
http://www.amenclinics.com/bp/atlas/index.php
Why Body Scans are a bad idea – according to one person
http://www.medicalconsumers.org/pages/w ... scans.html


VI. Getting Around in an English Speaking Nation
Day 9 roughly


This lesson will be more student centered than teacher centered. (The teacher will model dialogues with a partner – possibly David) and facilitate conversations/pair practice.

The focus will be on:
Embedded questions and direct questions to: (multiple examples will be provided. Those given below are samples.) (Pictures provided to match
vocabulary.)
Ask for information : Target vocabulary: places and professions
E.g. hotel, airport (receptionist, flight attendant)

Indicate uncertainty: E.g. Where’s the bank and I don’t know where the
bank is.
What is the exchange rate? and I don’t
remember what the exchange rate is.

Referring people to someone else: Do you know what the Metro is?
I’m sorry. I don’t know. Ask that
policeman standing on the corner.
Reporting a crime: Officer: Can you tell me how tall
(or missing person) the man was who snatched your purse?
You: I’m sorry. I don’t know how tall
he was.
Conditional: Present Real (If_________Will)
Conditional: Present Unreal (If ______Would)
(Hope clauses)
Describing Plans and Intentions: Question: Where is Lara going to go
after the lecture?
Rseponse If she has a lot of homework ________
If she doesn’t have a lot of homework___

Consequence of Actions: Question: Do you think Alexi should
skip the lecture and fly to New York
for the day?
Response might get in trouble




VII. The Passive Voice For Scientific Writing? Yes and No
Day 10 with written homework

This talk will explore how to form the passive voice and what may be partially a myth that it is the preferred form of writing for scientific writing. While it is certainly true that some professors and journal like the passive voice, colloquial use may be forcing some adaptations in this area – as it is in the use of all language.

Students will engage, after initial instruction with the aid of the overhead, in Total Physical Response (TPR), a 2nd language pedagogical method wherein “doing the action” (and in the case of the passive, receiving the action) will help in building neurological networks that aid in the construction (and memory of how to) form the passive voice.
(Note: In English software, when writing a document and then doing a “grammar check”, use of the passive voice will be noted as “incorrect” or not the best type of writing. It’s not for all types, and n this lesson, we will explore when it is is appropriate to use it or not.
Lessons with passive voice

http://www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/handouts ... voice.html


http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0803 ... istan.html

Advanced ESL Grammar book handouts: by Azur

Handout by Elizabeth Tannebaum (with permission)

Links
http://www.smccd.edu/accounts/sevastopo ... vesum.html http://www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/handouts ... voice.html http://depts.gallaudet.edu/englishworks ... ssive.html









VIII. More Science Writing Tips (Especially as Science Writer for Lay Audiences)
(Day 11)

This lecture/lesson will focus on audience, purpose, style, and clarity with regard to nomenclature in science writing. Students will read several science-related articles and in pairs discuss the purpose, style, clarity (or ambiguity) and nomenclature (appropriate to the audience?)
(Vocabulary/glossaries will be provide along with questions to guide reading comprehension and discussion
Handouts: several articles
http://www.newsweek.com/id/128877
Will Physicists Find God? “In Search of the God Particle” in Newsweek. http://www.newsweek.com/id/128877
“|In Dark Energy, Cosmic Humility”
http://discovermagazine.com/2007/feb/in ... is-collins
Francis Collins, head of the Genome project, is religious and believes in stem cell research
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/artic ... 32,00.html
Time Magazine debate between Richard Dawkins of Oxford, foremost evolutionist in the world, and Francis Collins: “God vs. Science” http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/29/healt ... ref=slogin
Medical reporting in NY Times on cancer
Links.
http://www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/handouts/sciences.html
Interested in selling your science articles to magazines and educating the public? Read on.
http://www.casw.org/booklet.htm
http://www.casw.org/newhorizons.htm
(Science writing conference at Stanford University in October 2008) http://sciencereview.berkeley.edu/pdf/a ... basics.pdf

Three Physics-Related Movies that I’m Bringing for Discussion
For the last day or two:
“A Brief History of Time” about Stephen Hawkings
“A Beautiful Mind” about John Nash
“Fat Man, Little Boy” about the Manhattan project and the crisis of conscience
some scientists had (with the story of the crew of the Enola Gay and the chaplain of the crew: A cautionary tale, perhaps to all people (http://www.larynandjanel.com/blog/remem ... asaki.html

Movie: “Joyeux Noel”
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0424205/tra ... E26580-314






В.Ж.Мадирбаев


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