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ACTIVITÉ DE SYNTHÈSE Question de Développement ANG-1074 Laurence Rocheleau
Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand. "Chinese proverb" "Lo escuché y lo olvidé, lo ví y lo recordé, lo hice y lo aprendí".
Pedagogical styles (innovation + practica) Theory of multiple intelligences (Kinaesthetic/active learning) (TESL I and II) The experience of Language Teaching (Senior, 2006) – Chapter 12 – The CLT approach & Student-centered pedagogy How languages are learned (Lightbown & Spada, 2006) – chapter 6 – 2 for 1 approach (c ontent-based teaching) and Let’s talk approach (communicative tasks) Experiences at university Inclusion Class (workshop with Sebastian Ròjo) TESL class (microteaching) Oral presentation class (protective character) Theatre class (peer presentations) Technologies class (Make it Happen!) (LINKS)
John Dewey : John Dewey : experience is a valid and essential source of learning Howard Gardner Howard Gardner : multiple intelligences Jean Piaget : Jean Piaget : interaction between a person and his environment is a valuable source of intelligence Gardner : Gardner : motivation theory and situational anxiety are respectively heightened and lessened in experiential learning.
1. Experience 1. Experience — Doing the activity 2. Share 2. Share — Communicate results, reactions or observations 3. Process 3. Process — Analyze and reflect on the experience 4. Generalize 4. Generalize — Relate experience to a real world example 5. Apply 5. Apply — Use what was learned in a different situation 1. **Synthesis activity and Practica Source: David A. Kolbs, (1984) Experiential Learning: Experience as the source of learning and development
Student Learning: A- Traditional Lesson (Rag the dog) + evaluation of learning (Friday test) B- Experiential activity (Prep Rap) + evaluation of learning (Friday test) Student Behaviour(healthy habits) : Pre-test + Experiential learning lesson + Post-Test Student appreciation and sense of learning: Questionnaire asking for student preference and sense of having learned more effectively (traditional vs. experiential)
CANADIAN FOOD GUIDE ACTIVITIES True or false: statements on the CFG 3-day detailed meal plan Venn Diagram Text on benefits of eating well Concept map C3 evaluation: Does your lunch respect the CFG why? Discuss the benefits of respecting it. COOKING ACTIVITIES Cooking muffins and cookies Healthy modifications Comparing nutritional values Blind taste tests C1 and CCC8 evaluations: Interacting while cooking and team work
Students (Names have been taken out for confidentiality) Results after Rag the Dog lesson (on /5) Results after Prep Rap lesson (on /5) Differential Student #135+2 Student #225+3 Student #353-2 Student #425+3 Student #535+2 Student #6440 Student #7550 Student #815+4 Student #912+1 Student #1035+2 Student #11440 Student #1225+3 Student #1335+2 Student #1443 Student #1513+2 Student #1614+3 Student #1734+1 Student #1845+1 Student #1925+3 Student #2034+1 Student #2145+1 Student #2214+3 Student #2325+3 Student #2415+4 Student #2553-2 Student #2615+4 Student #2735+2 Student #2824+2 Student #2915+4 Total Score:75122+47 Group Average: 2.6 (52%)4.2 (84%)+1.6 (+32%)
Almost always Very often Often Someti mes Almost never 1. I reduce the salt I eat everyday 54321 1. I eat vegetables and fruits: fresh or cooked 54321 1.I eat a good breakfast full of proteins and vitamins 54321 1. My food of the day contains fibres 54321 1.I reduce the oil and fat I eat everyday 54321 1.I don’t put sugar on my food 54321 1. I don’t eat food that is too sugary 54321 1. I eat minerals and vitamins 54321 1. I drink enough water every day to make my pee pale yellow 54321 1. I read the nutritional label on food 54321
APPRECIATION AND SENSE OF LEARNING Rag the DogPreposition Rap Appreciation (# of votes)326 TOTAL (% of students)10%90% Rag the DogPreposition Rap Sense of learning (# of votes)326 TOTAL (% of students)10%90% Canadian Food GuideCooking activities Appreciation (# of votes)029 TOTAL (% of students)0%100% Canadian Food GuideCooking activities Appreciation (# of votes)227 TOTAL (% of students)76%24%
POTENTIALLY INFLUENTIAL VARIABLES Prepositions spelling Time factor allotted to the lessons Incomprehension of test items Pre and post tests copying Seriousness of self-evaluation
CONCLU SION Experiential lessons lead to: Increased learning outcomes Positive and permanent behaviour changes in the students Better appreciation by the students A heightened perceived sense of learning (in 50% of the cases)