Presentation on theme: "Mini-Lesson Teaching new vocabulary Introducing new vocabulary Communicating with the vocabulary Evaluation of learning."— Presentation transcript:
Mini-Lesson Teaching new vocabulary Introducing new vocabulary Communicating with the vocabulary Evaluation of learning
Prescribed Learning Outcomes Communicating Grade 5 Ask and respond to simple questions Respond to classroom instructions Grade 6 Make and respond to simple requests Participate in known and predictable classroom situations Grade 7 Ask for and give simple information Participate in classroom activities Acquiring Information Grades 5, 6, 7 Express acquired information in oral and visual forms
Communicating with the vocabulary Communicative Bingo-Loto
Think of the one activity you like to do in winter, and write that down on a slip of paper. Dont forget what youve written. Remember the vocabulary includes: faire du ski alpin faire du ski de fond faire du toboggan faire de la motoneige faire du traîneau à chiens faire de la raquette faire du surf sur neige jouer au hockey jouer à la ringuette patiner
Fill your bingo card Question: Quest-ce que tu aimes faire en hiver? Sample responses: Jaime faire du toboggan. Jaime jouer au hockey. Jaime patiner.
Jouons au bingo-loto! Your four squares now have four different winter sports written down. The bingo caller will call the sports from the slips of paper. The first person with all four squares called wins Bingo-Loto!
Think - Pair - Share Turn to an elbow partner and discuss: How Communicative Bingo differs from traditional Bingo games The value of this type of activity in a second- language learning environment All students are talking All students are using the target language All students are communicating for an authentic purpose
True/False Vrai/Faux Number from 1 - 10. As you look at the following pictures, you will hear the vocabulary for a winter sport. If the vocabulary matches the picture, please write vrai. If the vocabulary does not match the picture, write faux.
Think - Pair - Share Turn to an elbow partner and discuss: How you currently evaluate your students in Core French How this type of evaluation is similar to and/or different from your current practice The pros and cons of this evaluation model
Merci! Kelly Burt Inservice Faculty Associate, Field Programs Simon Fraser University firstname.lastname@example.org