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A Guide to Teaching Practicum Prepared by Lim, Jong-woo and Hwang, Bo-hyun
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All work and no play! Experience what is required to be a teacher!
1.Students’ English: All beginners, or low-intermediate at best 2.Students’ Overall Characteristic: Sensitive teenage girls 3. English Classes: - Leveled classes (since June, 2009) - Half English half Korean 4.Facilities A English -only zone w/ full multimedia capacity
1.Students’ English Proficiency Level: Beginner, or low-intermediate at best 2.Students’ Overall Characteristic: Very friendly 3. English Classes: - Leveled classes: Basic, Intermediate, Advanced - TEE: Possible if you use easy & simple lg - Ss move between the classes for their English level 4.Facilities Regular English class taught by a foreign instructor
1. Use easy & simple English with gestures and emotions - Exaggerate your body language 2. Make the best use of multimedia equipment. - Use visual aids which help Ss’ understanding 3. Get Ss’ attention by clapping, motto, sign language - Teach Ss to listen when somebody is talking. 4.Encourage Ss to talk during the lessons - Make supportive classroom environment
1.Try to be friendly, but don’t be a friend - Always maintain teacher-student relationship - Proper relationship will keep you out of trouble 2. Be sensitive to the Ss of the opposite sex - Excessive attention should be avoided. 3. Always remember that you are a teacher - The top priority is to motivate them to study.
1.Have your Ss do the chores willingly - Do not lose your authority as a teacher. 2.Praise Ss as much as deemed appropriately - Genuine, heart-felt compliment 3.Observe Ss free from prejudice - Try to see the way they are 4. Value Ss’ opinions and ideas - Respect your Ss
Text : High School English (by 능률교육 ) Unit : Lesson 4. Self-esteem Period : The last of the total 10 periods Aims : 1) to provide affective feedback and help raise self-esteem. 2) to develop a positive self-image and language ego. 3) to use the Internet search engine for a specific purpose
Outline of Teaching Procedures StepProcedure Introduction (10') Greetings / Review / Aims Quiz to Introduce the Topic Development (33') Activity 1. Individual Self-esteem Test Activity 2. Raise Your Self-esteem -Small group activity - Ss help Ts improve their self-esteem - Ss use information on the Internet Activity 3. You Are Special -Each G summarizes the previous activity & report it to the class Consolidation (7') Formative Test / Assignment / Closing
Key Features 1) Content-based : Integration of English and ethics 2) Task-based : individual & small group tasks 3) Indirectly form-focused : frequent use of subjunctives and other structures previously taught 4) An element of Suggestopedia : use of BGM 5) The Internet access for Ss
Text : Middle School English (by 두산김 ) Unit : Lesson 5. The World of Robots Period : The 5th of the total 9 periods Aims : 1) to talk about a friend’s ability using ‘can’ and ‘can’t’ 2) to ask friends about their abilities using ‘can you’
Outline of Teaching Procedures StepProcedure Introduction (6') Greetings / Review Motivating/Aims Development (32') Explaining ‘can’ with the video clip -Two kids in the class starred in the video Activity 1. Arranging Words in Order -Make sentences about the movie in groups Activity 2. Practicing ‘can’ Using Flashcard -Ask and answer using ‘can’ in groups Activity 3. Guess Who -Interview about my friend’s ability -Write about my friend’s ability -Gallery Walk : move around the classroom & see others’ work Consolidation (9') Formative Test / Assignment / Closing
Key Features 1) Teaching Grammar with the Integration of four skills 2) Meaningful Materials : Ss talk about their abilities 3) Developmental stages of the activities Arranging words ☞ Asking & Answering ☞ R & W 5) Gallery Walk with BGM Kinesthetic element during the lesson 4) Communicative drill : interviewing my friend’s ability