This unit introduces students to various ways of reporting someone else's words and ideas. In particular, reporting and reported speech.
Upon completion, students will be able to:
In this unit, each lesson offers 100 credits, including:
Assessment on watching lesson videos is based on the viewing duration. For example, when taking a video lesson lasts 10 minutes, students will get their credit by reaching the following minimum viewing duration.
|Credit||Viewing duration (min)|
Assignment comes in many shapes and forms,including cloze, multiple choice questions, and true/false questions. Each test equals 5 credits and allows a maximum of 3 answering attempts before offering students a final score. The following table displays how each test is assessed.
|5||First attempt is correct|
|4||Second attempt is correct|
|3||Third attempt is correct|
|2.4||Third attempt is wrong|
A quiz test includes a total of 10 multiple choice questions. Before seeing their final score, students have to submit the test. The following table displays how a multiple choice question is assessed.
|2.5||Make a correct choice|
|0||Make an incorrect choice|