Example of LoM (List of Mistakes)

November 11, 2012

Here is an example of how to work with your mistakes in productive tasks (speaking, writing).

You should use your LoM to learn to monitor your production, and there is no formula for how you should organize/organise it. It all depends on what is best for you.

How to use it. You can read it before you sit to write, to make sure you don’t make the same mistakes. And you can have a look at it, before you practice speaking at home. Lists of Mistakes are specially useful when you have a fossilized mistake, but remember Oral Drills help a lot, too (parting from a sentence, change different elements so that you learn well its structure, and you automatize production — allow yourself to be more spontaneous because you are counting on your mouth’s memory and your ear’s memory!)

First Draft of M’s LoM – OH! CAN’T UPLOAD IT… Mysteries! I will, eventually!

MICHELLE’S LIST OF MISTAKES – First Draft (Nov 2012) (5 pages, pdf file)

Example of Oral Drilling (LINK TO TALKINGPEOPLE.NET)

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