Proposition de démarche de pédagogie coopérative:

Valeurs:
Quels sont les valeurs que vous voulez promouvoir dans l'économie solidaire et sociale? Comment mettre en place une pédagogie selon ces valeurs et les vôtres ? Quelles modes de fonctionnement choisir pour la classe, les objectives, projets et l'évaluation selon ces valeurs?
Moyens:
Quoi faire avec la diversité de la classe? Explorer: Prendre plaisir à apprendre et partager ce plaisir.
  • Élargir vos horizons en découvrant des projets d'économie solidaire et sociale dans d'autres pays, dans d'autres cultures avec leurs façons de concevoir le monde et d'y agir.
Comment et où travailler à distance? Propositions. Commitment.
Compétences:
Identifier les compétences et savoirs dont vous avez besoin. Acquérir les compétences pour pouvoir expliquer vos projets à l'oral et à l'écrit avec des partenaires étrangers. Écouter, collaborer et coopérer. Identifier les obstacles à la résolution des problèmes, négocier des solutions. Donner du ""feedback" constructive à vos collègues. Faire un bilan. Valoriser votre expérience et ceux de vos pairs, démontrer vos compétences par des projets.
Projets:
Faire une recherche approfondie sur un thème au choix à partir de ressources authentiques récentes en langue anglaise et la partager avec le groupe. Discussion et bilan.
Participer activement à la révision avec vos pairs (peer review) pour écrire des textes de qualité académique. Encourager la reflection et collaboration avec vos pairs.
Cette recherche donnera lieu à la rédaction d'une synthèse en anglais et à une présentation orale en anglais (spoken production and spoken interaction). L'exposé doit avoir un intérêt pour les pairs, les autres étudiants pouvant être présents. Le travail de préparation inclut la rédaction et révision d’une synthèse (environ 200 mots), et révision des travaux de ses pairs. Cette synthèse doit répondre à la question "pourquoi vous devrez venir à ma présentation?"
Vous devrez faire une bibliographie complète des ressources que vous avez utilisées.
Il vous est demandé du travail de qualité universitaire, un travail de reflection et de bon jugement, mettant en oeuvre vos capacités et votre savoir-faire, pour apprendre quelque chose d'intéressant aux autres étudiants présents à votre présentation.
Evaluation:
Quelles critères d'évaluation sont pertinentes : Performance, présence, collaboration, réussite individuel et du groupe ? Discussion et bilan. Evaluer le fonctionnement de la classe selon ses valeurs et ses objectifs. Les objectifs et les critères d'évaluation, sont-ils cohérents? Comment mettre ces critères en cohérence avec l'institution?
Self-evaluation sheet: different levels, define goals and objectives, personal callenge, define reasonable tasks to acheive, measure progress made & investment
Group evaluation: organized by group
Program:
Friday, October 5th, 14:00 - 17:00, RG 116:
Define the values of Social and Solidarity Economy.
How can the values of SSE be applied and guide English class?
What objectives and tasks should we work on?
How should we evaluate the class?
To prepare for next week:
Language biography.
How can I evaluate progress made in English?
Dialang evaluation
What projects will help me to improve my both English and professional skills?
Define individual objectives.
Define evaluation criteria during the year. Feedback class values and cursus.
Thursday, October 11th: 14:00 -17:00: RD 110 + Info 6
Interview and write a feature article about a fellow student. Post the article on the wiki.
Describe and valorize my experience, present projects
Using resources in English at http://relais.unistra.fr and presenting a resource. Treasure hunt to help you discover the language portal.
To prepare for next week:
Create a wikipage with your text. Add "by author" to the end of your text.
Using resources in English at http://relais.unistra.fr and presenting a resource. Treasure hunt to help you discover the language portal.
Proofreading interviews
Change titles to name of person interviewed, add "by author"
Reread your won text and highlight passage that are problematic.
Ask a colleague to proofread your text, highlighting problems. The author then corrects them.
Identify grammar and style points to work on
"Share" text with Brett for annoatation
Debate page update with key questions, vocabulary and resources to prepare beforehand
Friday, October 19th: 14:00 -17:00: RG 116 + Info 2
Share a resource you found on http://relais.unistra.fr
Treasure hunt to discover Relais
Keep track of your work on M2 logsheet: https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/30add58ce8ff41709c7c/?dl=1
Correcting texts in Class: When proofreading your text pay attention to and correct the following difficulties in English:
Third person singular in simple present: She likes to speak English
Make/do: Make (creation, focuses on result)/ Do (process or activity)
He was born in Senegal (once you are born it is a past event in English)
Simple past (preterit) event in the past (finished) vs. Present Perfect (implies the benefit of experience in the present)
  • I went to Madrid in 2008. I lost my keys. I studied Chinese for two years.
Simple past (focuses strictly in the past on a past event: effect on present unknown)
  • I have been to Spain three times.
Present perfect (focuses of the effect/benefit of experience on the present >> implies you know Spain)
I have lost my keys
(focuses of the effect/benefit of experience on the present >> implies you still have not found or replaced your keys now: you are unable to open the door!)
I have studied English for 10 years.
(focuses of the effect/benefit of experience on the present >> implies that you have benefitted from studying English for ten years >> you speak English relatively well)
  • Evaluation criteria: 50% oral presentation, 25% written summary of project, 25% Self-evaluation sheet
Ted Incredible edibles: https://www.ted.com/talks/pam_warhurst_how_we_can_eat_our_landscapes/transcript
Debate work in class
To prepare for next week:
Tasks: public presentation of a project in SSE, summary and bibliography
Please prepare a subject for your oral presentation, either individual or in groups of 2-3 people:
Identify and make a list of at least 10 keywords related to the subject
Find at least 1 written document in English and 1 audio or video document in English related to the subject
Prepare a 1 or 2 slide Powerpoint/ Open Office or Prezi document to discuss the subject with other students in class on November 20th
Bring a laptop computer if possible
To prepare for next class:
Create your page for your group project>>> please click on "Use a template" and select Group Template Page.
  • Prepare your group project on a wikipage
Friday, October 26th: 14:00 -17:00: RG 113
Complete Language biography
Write, reread interview feature article, ask a colleague to proofread it, submit to Brett for annotation
Work outside of class:
Use http://relais.unistra.fr
 RelaisTreasureHunt.doc https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/766c58273b/?raw=1
Listening comprehension with exercises, lectures with subtitles and transcript
Projects in English: Post on wikipage group project: outline, keywords, key questions, summary 200 - 250 words, bibliography
Some projects will be presented in class in February, March and April, with debates in class. The other projects will be presented in May.
Tuesday, November 20th: 14:00 -17:00: RG 117 & Info 5
Share a resource you found on http://relais.unistra.fr
Treasure hunt to discover Relais
Projects in English: Post on wikipage group project: outline, keywords, key questions, summary 200 - 250 words, bibliography
Some projects will be presented in class in February, March and April, with debates in class. The other projects will be presented in May.
  • Set up your project: Link to set up a group wikipage for your group project. Instructions
Add the following content:
Subject title
Polemic questions for investigation
Identify and make a list of at least 10 keywords related to the subject
Find at least 1 written document in English and 1 audio or video document in English related to the subject
Start a bibliography (your resources should be in English to help improve English comprehension and learn the English terms.)
Prepare a 1 or 2 slide Powerpoint/ Open Office or Prezi document to discuss the subject with other students in class
Bring a laptop computer if possible
Other work:
some difficult sounds, stress pattern and intonation
Debate page update with key questions, vocabulary and resources to prepare beforehand
Food for thought
Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI)
Writing e-mails, a worksheet with the British council
Conversation games
Thursday, December 20th: 14:00 - 17:00: RG 116 & Info 2
Nature Deficit Disorder presentation and discussion
Incredible Edibles: If you eat, you are in
discussion about locally initiated projects
Post your projects in "Upcoming student projects
Pronunciation work: minimal pairs
Karoke: https://fr.lyricstraining.com/play/john-lennon/imagine/H7I4VxsmQ7#
Thursday, January 31st: 14:00 - 17:00
presentation and discussion
Ecotourism in Senegal
Feedback out presentations
Syllable stress pattern and intonation: Using TED talks to practice intonation:
Challenging the way charities raise funding: https://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pallotta_the_way_we_think_about_charity_is_dead_wrong/transcript
Collaboration in the era ion internet: https://www.ted.com/talks/clay_shirky_on_institutions_versus_collaboration/transcript
Karaoke: Redemption song and Bohemian Rapsody
Please post and complete your group wikipages to promote discussion online
Thursday, March 14th: 9:00 - 12:00: RG 116
presentation and discussion
fast fashion industry
The circular economy
Economic autonomy of women: Moustafa, Christianne and Nadia
Economic autonomy of women.docx
Important Dates For the economic autonomy of women.pdf
Women's autonomy in the future
Tuesday, May 14th: 13:00 - 16:00: RG 114
  • presentation and discussion
 EcoVillage
Charity songs
Thursday, June 13th: 8:00 - 12:00: RG 117
Cooperative supermarket
Project Lucas-Adeline-Emmanuelle
Breaking News
Eco-responsibility
First, to validate the semester, now is time to evaluate your implication, work done and that of the group M2ESS. Your evaluation will be taken into account in the final grade. This evaluation should be returned to me by the latest on Tuesday, the 18th of June, otherwise it cannot be taken into account.
Download the self-evaluation document: https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/25d33a6866ca4e24acf6/?dl=1
Please return the document as an attached file with the following format:  NomPrénomM2ESS2018.doc
Secondly please give your feedback on the poll about the English class. Regards, Brett Johnson
Class Resources:
M2ESSRelais treasure hunt: https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/ae0fd77899/?raw=1
Progress report: complete M2ESSChecklist.xls
FCLanguageBiography.doc https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/9fc6115b73/?raw=1
 InterviewForNewspaperFeatureArticle.doc https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/e6357b341e/?raw=1
Here is the link to the keywords of values for SSE: http://e-scribe.pbworks.com/w/page/129314610/Keywords%20M2ESS
Glossary: http://e-scribe.pbworks.com/w/page/45815191/M2ESS%20Glossary
Grammar resources:
Essential Grammar in Use Link to PDF
English Grammar in Use (test pg. 326-335, answers p. 372): Link to PDF
Advanced Grammar in Use Link to PDF
Minimum Competence in Scientific English Link to PDF
Masters presentations:
Feedback for Presentations.pdf https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/cd95dbfcae/?raw=1
Feedback for Presentations.pptx https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/5139ca299a/?raw=1
 VisualSummaryFeedback.xlsx https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/320c5435da/?raw=1
 OralPresentation.pdf https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/935922fbfb/?raw=1

Masters writing
Reading& WritingSkillsMasters.xls https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/a5747387f4/?raw=1
 EvaluationMastersScientificLiteratureReview.pdf https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/74096e0556/?raw=1
Clarity, Conciseness and Cohesion: https://cgi.duke.edu/web/sciwriting/
Reverse outline a text: guidelines: https://seafile.unistra.fr/f/629ba4d36e/?raw=1