Presentation on theme: "TARGET AUDIENCE Advanced English students in the advanced speaking course at the Foreign Language Teaching Center at the National Autonomous University."— Presentation transcript:
TARGET AUDIENCE Advanced English students in the advanced speaking course at the Foreign Language Teaching Center at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (CELE-UNAM).
STUDENTS PROFILE University students coming from different majors (science, arts, humanities, etc.) Ages: from 19 to 24 years old. Advanced students voluntarily joined the Tele-Cele course which was to be focused on producing a TV program throughout the 70-hour course.
TELE-CELE RESPONDS TO FOUR FUNDAMENTAL NEEDS 1.Superficial or non-authentic integration of skills in general English courses. 2.Lack of exploitation of classroom available technology (TV sets in all classrooms). 3.Lack of decision-making from students in most L2 courses. 4.Lack of meaningful communicative interaction in L2 classes.
GENERAL OBJECTIVE To involve students in a TV program production (task) which promotes decision-making, meaningful communicative interaction and integration of skills towards the achievement of the task.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 1.To promote independent, self- directed learning by involving students in a TV program production process. 2. To explore TBLT to promote meaningful communication through task-oriented work.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 3. To integrate the 4 language skills in a meaningful real (the language used to work on the task) and surreal (the language used for the specific kind of program the students produce) context. 4. To produce an independent Television: Tele-Cele.
EXPECTED OUTCOMES 1.A team-created TV program produced by students and for students. 2.A set of student-created TV programs to be broadcasted by Tele-Cele (independent television) for other language courses. 3.A proposal for TBLT. 4.Quality learning.
15 TV PRODUCTION STAGES STUDENTS GET INVOLVED IN THROUGHOUT THE COURSE 1.Identifying the purpose (goals) of their specific TV production. 2.Identifying and analyzing their target audience. 3.Checking out similar productions. 4.Determining the basic value of production.
5. Developing a TV production proposal. 6. Developing a production schedule. 7. Selecting key production personnel. 8. Deciding on locations. 9. Deciding on talent, wardrobe and sets: - auditions - castings 10. Deciding on the remaining personnel.
11. Obtaining permits, insurance and clearances. 12. Selecting video inserts, still photos and graphics. 13. Moving to rehearsals and shooting live-on tape. 14. Editing phase. 15. Post-production follow-up-ratings.
KINDS OF PROGRAMS STUDENTS CAN CHOOSE FROM: NewsSportsCulture Game showsTalk showsInterviews AdvertisingSoap operasSitcoms Special events MoviesMusic Bands