Presentation on theme: "The City School, Gulshan Boys’ Campus Karachi"— Presentation transcript:
1 The City School, Gulshan Boys’ Campus Karachi Teachers: Muhammad Saeed ShaikhClass: O Level, Senior 2Subject: English LanguageDate: 01 September 2011Action PlanFor September 2011The City School, Gulshan Boys’ Campus Karachi
2 Long – Term Goals To unleash the potential of the pupils making them: More competitive to meet the challenges of the 21st century.More communicative to be more competitive.More skilled to be more communicative.To inspire them to be a better and beneficial person.
3 Short – Term Goals In the up-coming session I shall: Adopt computer-based instructionmethodology involvingWorksheets on MS WordResult Sheets on MS ExcelPresentations on MS PowerpointEnsure more collaborative learning on the part of the pupils to enhance:Understanding how to describe different aspects (people/things/places/phenomena & experience/events)Creative abilityPersuasive writing
4 Problem-Solving Skills Self-Direction Skills ANALYZINGEVALUATINGCREATINGHIGHER ORDER THINKINGBlooming Skills of 21st CenturyCommunication &Information SkillsInformation and Media Literacy SkillsAccessing & Analyzing InformationCritical Thinking &Problem-Solving SkillsProblem Identification, Formulation and SolutionCreativity and Intellectual CuriosityCritical Thinking, High-Order ThinkingInterpersonal &Self-Direction SkillsSelf-DirectionAgility, Accountability and AdaptabilityLeadership & ResponsibilityInterpersonal and CollaborationInitiative & EntrepreneurialismLOWER ORDER THINKINGREMEMBERINGUNDERSTANDINGAPPLYING
5 The Time-Line: For September 2011 EffectivecommunicationWEK123.Descriptive EssaysSpeech WritingDelivering the speeches4Descriptions
6 TASKS & MODES MODES OF LEARNING GOALS STUDENTS’ CENTERED INSTRUCTION 21st CenturyStudents’ Skills21st Century Teachers’ ApproachesDeveloping compositions:Describing people, places oreventsIntellectual CuriosityCritical ThinkingProblem IdentificationEffective QuestioningInterveningDeveloping Persuasive Writing:Writing speechesCreativityListening & SpeakingGiving DirectionsEncouragingIndividualisticallyCompetitivelyThe Arrow shows the direction of the order of thinking.
7 Model Lesson Comprehending The Description Essays Describing: Type 1:Describing:A personAn interesting placeA significant thingA phenomenonPassage BDescribing an interestingExperience or an eventALL ABOUT DESCRIPTIVE ESSAYSSAMPLE DESCRIPTIVE ESSAYHOW TO DESCRIBE THE WEATHERHOW TO DESCRIBE PEOPLE
8 Applying Cognitive Domain of Bloom’s Taxonomy Sample: Lesson On Description EssayRememberingWhat is a description essay?UnderstandingWhat is the difference between a description and narration?ApplyingGive examples of describing people.AnalyzingCan the students identify the adjectives in a given passage?EvaluatingCan the students tell the apt descriptions from the lacking- ones.CreatingCan the students justifiably describe the given aspect?
9 UNAVAILABILITY OF RESOURCES ChallengesSolutionsINCOMPREHENSIBILITYCollaborative Work [pair-work]Effective Questioning TechniqueLACK OF INTERESTUsage of 21st Century Technology[use of internet]Effective Encouraging SkillsDISRUPTIVENESSPresentationsEffective Intervening SkillsEffective MonitoringUNAVAILABILITY OF RESOURCESPrior Information to ManagementWell-Planned ActivitiesUtilizing Cellular Technology
10 RESOURCES www.cie.org.uk www.xtremepapers.net www.slideshare.net The Manual of Intel Teach Program, Getting Started Course.The Curriculum of The City School, Gulshan Boys’ Campus.Assistance Provided By The Instructors of Intel Teach Program.Bloom’s TaxonomyThe Wild World of The World Wide Web.
11 CONCLUSION During The Intel Teach – Getting Started Course… I realized the need to embellish my instructional potentialityby adopting the approaches and strategies of 21st century.I will have to be:APPROACHABLEINTERACTIVETRUST-WORTHY
12 Acknowledgement Thank you Intel Teach Program Team… For their benevolent guidance & support.For rekindling a fervor of improving myself so as to be more competitive.