Date: April 3rd on Friday, 2020 from 8:00 to 9:30 (9:00 – 10:30 in JST)
Course: Japanese Basic Composition 2
Used app: Streaming on DingTalk, Presentation by Powerpoint with 57 slides
Numbers of Students: 24 out of 28
90 minutes attendance: 17 students
Shorter participation: 85, 80, 72, 72, 70, 58, 10 minutes
completely absence: 4 students
Responses to my requests like Quiz answers onto BBS:
Attendance check: 26. But of the 26, two students were recorded as “Completely Absent” on the system.
Quiz 1 through 5: Students were asked to submit 5 answers in the form of text right after the class. Only 18 students sent me the answers.
5 point ; 2 students, 4 point; 15 students, and 3 points by one student. Many students made an error by over-generalizing of “Wa-ga construction”. That’s why I wrote the issue of “Wa-ga construction” on post on Tuesday for class 1836.
The same as composition class for 1836 on Tuesday. However, I changed some slides. I replaced 1836 students composition to 1837’s in the feedback session.
The same as composition class for 1836 on Tuesday.
Issues and Problems:
The same problem of over generalizing of “Wa-ga construction” was even worse in this class 1837.
When I prepared for a question for this composition class, I found that auxiliary verb “-souda” could be used in the past tense sentence. Last week I told 1837 students in conversation class, that guessing “-souda” was used for present and future. To be exact, I should have told that guessing “-souda” was for future side from talking point on the time sequence. And talking point could be in past. This matter necessitated some additional slides for conversation class in the afternoon.