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1 Possible formula for a successful Video Conference Class Jeong Ah (Charla) SONG Language Other Than English (LOTE) Teacher in Korean Language Bathurst Public School Ph: Fax:

2 Contents Background (why set up VC) Benefits from VC Effective elements in running VC VC topics Contents in VC Students and the teacher preparation Lesson Plan Reflection

3 Background of setting up the VC Overcome demographic disadvantage Motivate students in learning Korean language Build relationship with native students Expose students to authentic learning environment ->make language learning more practical Give ownership in their language learning

4 Effective elements in running VC Technical requirements: connected classroom Good communication with the sister school Regular VC throughout the year Timetable setting up (things to be considered) Daylight savings Summer break in Korea School break in Australia Unexpected problems

5 Topics 2009 Introducing ourselves Sharing information of our local area What I do after school What if I am on TV…. What we do on Christmas season or How do we celebrate Christmas 2010 All about me, my school and my day My secret recipe Survey result Introducing our local business 2011 About our country Fairy tales and quiz Teaching language (Australian English & Korean expressions) Global warming

6 Contents in VC Prior to VC Themes given to the students Individual preparation Teacher’s input -> Student’s editing During VC Greetings in Korean Organising sequence Presentation Q & A Comments Minimise interruption

7 Student preparation Topic Research (school and home) Power points Posters Presentation BPS student work BJP students work

8 Teacher preparation Selecting topics Making timetable Sending timetable to the sister school Announcing timetable in the school Solving issues Checking equipment Collecting students’ work Running VC Reflection

9 Lesson plan Term 3 Week 9 Date: Sep 2010 Language: Korean Indicative time: 3x 1hr, 4x 50mins, 4x 40mins, and 1x 30mins Outcomes: 1.UL.1: recognises and responds to words, phrases and simple sentences in spoken Korean 2.MBC.2: identifies connections between culture and language use in Korean-speaking communities Teaching and Learning Activities:  Various dishes and recipe books displayed on the table  Briefly talk about SLC chart and VC manners  Greetings to Korean students  BJP presentation  Q & A  BPS presentation: Introducing yourself in Korean  Q & A  Students identify the connections between the recipes  In conclusion of the lesson, students share their thoughts on their favourite recipe  Vote for the most interesting recipe Resources: - Portable microphone - SLC chart - Various dishes and recipe Evaluation To be evaluated following the lesson

10 Reflection See the reflection on the MS word file


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