Presentation on theme: "Flipped Classroom Flipping the Classroom in the Teaching of English MovieMaker April 2014 Håkon Swensen Louise Mifsud."— Presentation transcript:
Flipped Classroom Flipping the Classroom in the Teaching of English MovieMaker April 2014 Håkon Swensen Louise Mifsud
Før IKT økta — Undervisningen er lagt opp med bruk av instruksjonsvideo som en del av forberedelesen til økta. instruksjonsvideo — Vi går ut i fra at alle har sett videoen(e) og satt seg inn i programmet MovieMaker før undervisningen.
Oversikt over økten — LK06 — Flipped Classroom — Screencast-o-matic Screencast-o-matic — Arbeid med oppgaven «During this class you will start working on the part B of Theme 7 journal entry. Since it is a group entry, you need to: - before class: agree who you will be in a group with and agree on the content of your multimodal text - in class: sit together as a group»
Task — Choose ONE of the following tasks: A.Find some vocabulary items that are relevant for one of the age groups you will be teaching, e.g. 8th grade. Create a multimodal text that uses and illustrates the meaning of those words. B.Create a multimodal text that illustrates the form (how it is structured)and/or the meaning (when it is used) of a grammatical category (e.g. past tense vs. present perfect, regular vs. irregular nouns, clause structure, a word class …) C.Create a multimodal text that illustrates the use of or explains the pronunciation of a phonetic category (a specific phoneme or group of phonemes, stress, an intonational contour…).
Why flip the classroom
Advantages — Differentiation — Students can «rewind» and listen to the explanation several times — Gives the teacher more time for guided and independent practice in the classroom — Home-school link
Challenges — Need to plan teaching — Aims and objectives have to clear — Teacher has to talk clearly — Online: requires access to the Internet — Other options? — Save film in different formats that can be downloaded onto the students’ personal devices or as DVD
The process — Plan the lesson — Determine the objective of the lesson — Record the video — You can choose to write a script — Keep it short and to the point — Edit the video — You can remove mistakes, add call-outs — Publish the video — You can upload your video on an LMS or even on YouTube (make sure that you have not used copyrighted material)