As I mentioned, I have uploaded my slides from the presentation and there is a short explanation of the main points. However, to support BESIG and the BESIG newsletter, I agreed to write a more comprehensive summary in the next newsletter. I am normally open about sharing my ideas, as long as they are non-proprietary, but in this case I would like support the organization. I am proud of the work BESIG has accomplished and thankful for the opportunities I have gained from membership.
Slide 3 - My assumptions about the audience and the industry.
Slide 4 - An example of a communicative event the participants wanted to improve and which I needed to assess. (Not a real picture of my students - but very close to reality)
Slide 5 - Defining good practice for the communicative event by mindmapping. For the scrum event, this was completed using Post-It notes, but I forgot to take a picture (not thinking I would present it).
Slide 6 - An example of how I turn good practice into linguistic areas.
Slide 7 - The assessment rubric for the manager of a scrum meeting based on the students' idea of an effective scrum.
Slide 8 - 4 levels of listening by the trainer when monitoring the role-play/simulation.
Slide 9 - The 3 sources of feedback post task completion.
Slide 10 - Workshop portion - Audience must conduct a simulation. The coffee break at a conference - meeting someone new.
Slide 11 - Helping the groups build their rubric .
Slide 12 - Task set up.
Slide 13 - Feedback.
Slide 14 - How this fits into a lesson plan/course plan.
Slide 15 - Another example of an assessment rubric but with weighted criteria. Also very simple to implement.
Again, I am sorry I will not give you more details on the session. Please read the next issue of Business Issues from BESIG for more.