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Ⅲ. Classroom analysis (1)
- Excerpt 1
1. T: I’m going to ask you some questions first. I’m going to ask you some other questions too. Okay, ready? All right, Okay, What time is Joe meeting dave at the park? What time is Joe meeting date at the park? What time is Joe meeting date at the park?
2. Danny : Joe meeting
3. T: Joe meeting?
4. Danny : Joe was
5. T: Was?
6. Danny :
New grammatical terminology
“Past continuous” (Form-focused instruction)
Teacher’s repetition of question
Meaning to Form-focused instruction
”I have a question”: Student’s initiation
T : Andy kept pointing toward the fridge with a hopeful expression. Do you know what hopeful expression is? What is hopeful expression?
S : Helpful.
T : Helpful? Helpful
work in general,
regardless of the kind of problem or the choice of method.
Main Content, Important Concepts
Floating-point representation of numbers, overflow, underflow,
Concept of algorithm
Errors in numerics, their propagation, error estimates
Loss of significant digits
Short Courses. Mention the roundoff rule and the definitions of error and relative error.