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1 PSTDP Garanhuns Week 23 Grammar

2 Chit Chat O What do you know about Greece? O Can you think of pop bands from the 70’s?

3 Objectives Agenda O To review different theories about teaching Grammar O To participate in grammar (and other) activities O Jazz Chants O Monster Book Activities O Place Your Bets (Grammar theory) O Grammar Lesson Ideas O Time: Peer Evaluation/Portfolio 8

4 Monster Book O Oriosvaldo O Elidy O Wirla O Rita O Nicson O Léa O Anna Paula

5 Place Your Bets O Decide if the statement is true or false O Bet between $5 and $35 in increments of $5: $5, $10, $15, $20, $25, $30 or $35

6 For example… Guess Amount Notes Total

7 Place Your Bets Grammar is really only a description of patterns of the way native speakers make sentences. A gramática é realmente apenas uma descrição de como os falantes nativos fazer sentenças. True! Page 186

8 Prescriptive Descriptive

9 Place Your Bets Grammar rules never change. O Regras gramaticais nunca mudam. Page 187

10 Place Your Bets It is just important to teach useful sentence patterns, as it is to teach grammatical rules in the EFL classroom. É apenas importante para ensinar padrões de frases úteis, pois é ensinar as regras gramaticais na sala de aula Inglês. True! Page 187 Example: If I were you, I would…

11 Place Your Bets Generally, native English speakers know English grammar better than English learners. Geralmente, falantes nativos de inglês saber gramática Inglês melhor do que estudantes de inglês. False!

12 Place Your Bets Brazilian high school students learn English in a way that is similar to the way that they learned Portuguese. Estudantes brasileiros do ensino médio aprendem Inglês da uma maneira que é semelhante a maneira que eles aprenderam Português. True!

13 Learn the basic structure (rules) then fill in the details Page 188

14 Place Your Bets There are some grammatical rules that are not important for students to produce. Existem algumas regras gramaticais que não são importantes para que os alunos produzem. True! O Page 187 O Page 188

15 Page 188 Grammar rules are helpful to students if and only if they make the mastery of English easier.”

16 Strong v Weak page 186 Strong pattern – add an “s” to a noun to form the plural. Weak pattern – when to use the infinitive or the –ing form of the verb e.g., I am going to go to the movies. She ran singing in the rain.

17 Place Your Bets Deductive grammar teaching follows this sequence: teacher shows lots of examples, students figure out the grammatical rule, teacher then clarifies the rule. Ensino da gramática dedutiva segue esta sequência: o professor da muitos exemplos, os alunos descobrir a regra gramatical, o professor esclarece a regra. False! Page 189

18 Inductive Deductive 1. Give Examples first 2. Explain it 3. Practice it 1. Explain first 2. Give examples 3. Practice

19 Noticing This is learning!

20 Place Your Bets Grammar is the most important topic to teach in English class. A gramática é o tópico mais importante para ensinar na aula de Inglês. ???

21 You’re the teacher…..teach in a balanced way.

22 Types of Practice page Highly controlled Textbook exercises An important step to mastery Moderately controlled Students make their own sentences with the target language Free practice O Communicative O Students pay attention to the target language

23 Inductive Grammar Lesson page Give Examples first 2. Explain it 3. Practice it

24 dusty narrow feathered boa frilly

25 Password Monster Book p 156 O tiny O frilly O blue O narrow O comfortable O ugly O Greek O electric O enormous O peaceful O warm O dusty

26 Categories Monster Book p 156 Size Origen Shape Age Color Material Opinion/Observation

27 There is an order of adjectives. What is it? O Greece is a old island country surrounded by the warm, blue ocean. O Abba was a popular Swedish rock band formed in 972. O Mamma Mia! is a crazy American movie that used Abba’s songs.

28 Professor Grammar video

29 Order of Adjectives

30 Put in order A old, Italian, touring beautiful car A beautiful, old, Italian touring car Her black short hair Her short, black hair

31 How about these… Four red old Italian cars Four old red Italian cars Those vegatables Thai delicious Those delicious Thai vegetables

32 Inductive Grammar Lesson page Give Examples first 2. Explain it 3. Practice it

33 Dancing Queen video

34 Mamma Mia! 1. Donna hid herself under a beautiful, red and white Greek blanket. 2. Donna was using a/an enormous blue feathered boa.

35 Mamma Mia! 3. Tanya was using a frilly blue skirt. 4. Donna was wearing comfortable denim overalls.

36 Mamma Mia! 5. The people were dancing on dusty narrow streets of the island. 6. They all jumped into the peaceful warm Greek or peaceful warm Greek seawater.

37 Grammar website

38 Inductive Grammar Lesson page Give Examples first 2. Explain it 3. Practice it

39 Roll the Dice Monster Book pictures 1-5 Create a sentence using that number of adjectives. You get a point if they are in the correct order. 6 – Free Pass

40 Inductive Grammar Lesson Roll the Dice?

41 Grammar Jazz Chant O Create a 4 line Jazz Chant O Each line has one more adjective O Follow the 4 beat count.

42 Grammar Jazz Chant O Loving couple O Loving, young couple O Wintery, loving, young couple O One, wintery, loving, young couple

43 Inductive Grammar Lesson Grammar Jazz Chant?

44 Friday night and the lights are low Looking out for the place to go Where they play the right music, getting in the swing You come in to look for a king Anybody could be that guy Night is young and the music's high With a bit of rock music, everything is fine You're in the mood for a dance And when you get the chance... You're a teaser, you turn 'em on Leave them burning and then you're gone Looking out for another, anyone will do You're in the mood for a dance And when you get the chance... You are the dancing queen, young and sweet, only seventeen Dancing queen, feel the beat from the tambourine You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life See that girl, watch that scene, diggin' the dancing queen

45 Portfolio #8 Peer Evaluation Portfolio #7 should reflect the input of your peer evaluation.

46 Pre Get students interested and motivated. Teach or review key vocabulary. Activate prior knowledge. Make predictions During Develop listening skills and comprehension. The first task(s) should help Ss understand the text at a very general level. Then, move Ss into a deeper understanding of the text. Ss check their answers in pairs or small groups before the whole class discussion. Post Ss respond to comprehension: Make the topic personal or relate to the bigger world Ss examine difficult parts of the text: vocabulary, content, grammar Word Study Fluency practice

47 Objectives Agenda O To review different theories about teaching Grammar O To participate in grammar (and other) activities O Jazz Chants O Monster Book Activities O Place Your Bets (Grammar theory) O Grammar Lesson Ideas O Time: Peer Evaluation/Portfolio 8

48 Details Next class is on November 24 th Exam due: November 24 th Portfolio 7 final: November 24th ?

49 Pin Drive? I can give you all the necessary PowerPoints


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