Designing Comprehensible Input: what I know, what I learned, what I’m questioning or wondering

Designing Comprehensible Input: what I know, what I learned, what I’m questioning or wondering

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In this discussion, you will write a post that addresses the three prompts below. 

  1. Now that you have studied the infographic, read the overview document, and watched the overview video about designing comprehensible input in the target language, how would you describe this to a new teacher? 
  2. What surprised you in the infographic, overview document and/or video? Perhaps it was a new understanding or an ah-ha moment. 
  3. What more do you want to know about designing comprehensible input in the target language? What questions do you have? 

Once you have posted your reply to the above prompts, return to this discussion to continue the conversation by replying to at least two other colleagues. Your replies might celebrate ideas you value from your colleagues, point out thinking that you had in common or ask a follow-up question. It is also important to check your own post to see if you need to reply to anyone.


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