Joining a course in MyEnglishLab

Do you need help joining our Academic English course on MyEnglishLab? Don’t forget you need two codes for the website:

  1. The access code from your book (inside cover)
  2. The course ID given by your teacher

You can use the same login information from last semester. If you are using Northstar for the first time, make a new account.

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Go to myenglishlab.com
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Most of you are returning users. You can use the same email address and password. If you can’t remember, ask me for help.
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If you added your book already, click on your new book. If not, choose 새 상품 추가.
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Join our class by selecting 강좌 참여.
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Another method is to choose 설정 from the main menu then 강좌 참가.
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Find your course ID below.

1iN — JVC4-7TFA
1i — TAJ3-FXAX
16i — MJMK-ECAW
20i — 4N74-K9JP
1a — HCN3-KNKV
4a — A9KK-UVYP

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It doesn’t matter, but you can choose the GREEN button.
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You will see your new course added.
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Do you homework by selecting 과제 (NOT 강좌!).
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Do you want to listen to the book’s audio? Click on STUDENT RESOURCES and your UNIT.

Creative Ideas

Assignment
– Group presentation
– Written assignment

Criteria
– One topic/problem (ex. creative weekend ideas)
– A different creative idea/solution presented by each member

Presentation
– Using Google Slides AndroidiOS
– Edit together via share (공유) function
– One slide per idea
– One or more images per idea
– Minimal text (key words, short phrases, no sentences)
– One member presents 30-60 seconds on their idea
– TALK! Do not read.
– Q&A after each presentation

Written assignment
– Content is the same as presentation’s
– One paragraph
– Following same rules as Unit 1 + concluding sentence
– Use some Unit 2 vocabulary words
– Use Unit 2 grammar (simple past)

EXAMPLE PRESENTATION
(partial)

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WRITING ASSIGNMENT
(examples)

Unit 4: Laugh More and Stress Less

Note to Self: Laugh More!

The article “Laugh More and Stress Less” says that since laughter prevents stress, you should try to laugh more when studying for a big test.

 

Answer the following questions:

  1. What is a bad habit of yours when you have stress, especially when studying or doing schoolwork?
  2. What is something you do or can do to make yourself laugh while studying or during a study break?
Note to Self: Laugh More!
Source: shrinkingjeans.net