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2 Practical Techniques for Implementing the National Foreign Language Standards Communicative Language Teaching Methods for Modern World Languages

3 Find Someone Who … (Get a different signature for each blank!) Learned English as a second language. _____________________ Attended a university outside this state. _____________________ Has a relative who teaches a foreign language. _____________________.

4 Communicative Language Teaching Methods for Modern World Languages Practical Techniques for Implementing the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in your Classroom Dr. Jack Denny

5 Communication ConnectionsCultures ComparisonsCommunities

6 The weave of curricular elements Language System ____________ _____________Cultural Knowledge Communication Strategies _________ ____________Other Subject Areas Technology ___________________ Learning Strategies _______________ ____________Critical Thinking Skills

7 Learn practical, easy-to-implement activities that support each of the five national standards. Learn strategies that promote engaged learning. Learn to vary activities to meet the needs for all levels of instruction. Learn ways to provide success for all learners. As we focus on National Standards, we will …

8 Communication Communicate in Languages Other than English

9 Communication Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics. Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics.

10 Interpersonal Mode Interpretive Mode Presentational Mode Communication

11 Say ten by … REEL BIG FISH Shes not eatin __________________, Not eatin sausage, And she wont ______________ eggs, Not eatin ___________________ _______ eatin turkey, she ______________have a steak, but I just cant help feelin _____________ for this _____________ little lettuce head you know, I cant stop ______________ cause I know this broccolis _______________. Vegetarian? Im not!...

12 Say ten by … REEL BIG FISH Shes not eatin _____________, Not eatin sausage, And she wont ______________ eggs, Not eatin ___________________ _______ eatin turkey, she ______________have a steak, bacon Not chicken wont eat

13 but I just cant help feelin _____________ for this _____________ little lettuce head you know, I cant stop ______________ cause I know this broccolis _____________. Vegetarian? Im not!... sorry poor cryin dead

14 Poor little _________, little ____________ Little fish, how can I ___________ When _______________ are bleedin _____________ are screamin and ______________cry, cowsheep sleep carrots plants tomatoes

15 you say Its not so _____, theyre only _____________. Thats what you said Maybe Im a ___________________ but Im ____________ And they are __________ off dead. murderer bad vegetables hungry better

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19 Story Line Up 1. Teacher calls for students to retell portions of a story or process from memory. 2. Students volunteer to come to the front of the classroom and retell information. 3. Teacher calls attention to gaps in the sequence and encourages additional students to fill them in..

20 Applications : Story Line Up Daily schedule: descriptions morning to night Events in a chapter, episode, video series How to … pack for a trip, make dinner, etc. Directions from school to …

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24 frightenedfence interpretflounder emotionalbeige argumentativeoffice rollerbladewho

25 Gambits Wie gehts? Ach, prima! Danke, gut! Nicht schlecht! So lala. Schlecht!

26 FUNCTION GAMBIT Asking for Information Id like to know … Could you tell me …? Do you know …? Requesting ClarificationWhat? Did you say …? I dont understand. I missed that … InterruptingExcuse me. Sorry, but … Could I ask a question?

27 Real audio - in class listening - independent listening

28 Cultures Gain Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

29 Cultures Standard 2.1: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the cultures studied. Standard 2.2: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the cultures studied. page 25

30 Topic: _________________________ K W L (know) (want to know) (learned) page 26 K-W-L

31 Topic: _________________________ K W L (know) (want to know) (learned) Driving in Germany the autobahn no drivers ed in school cant drive at 16 (wrong side of road) How expensive is drivers training? When do most Germans get their first car? Are there many accidents? Students spend over $1000 for instruction Cars are on the right,not the left.

32 Topic: _________________________ K W L (know) (want to know) (learned) page 26 K-W-L

33 Internet … our link to the world To get started: Computer Modem Access to the Internet via Service Provider

34 Search Engines page 31 Netscape Net Search//home.netscape.com/home/internet- search.html Infoseek//www.infoseek.com/ Lycos//www.lycos.com/ Magellan//www.mckinley.com/ Excite//www.excite.com/ Yahoo//www.yahoo.com/

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37 City map of a German-speaking world capital Map of the German Bundesländer A picture from an art museum in Germany An article about a winter sport (text in German) A recipe for a German dish Directions in German to a board game Map of the wine region of Germany Search Engine Project page 35

38 Use quotation marks to link words together -- Baroque architecture Use + and - for narrowing the search (one space before the + but no space after the +). Example: Munich +museum Munich -Oktoberfest Use a mega-search engine such as Dogpile (www.dogpile.com) or Findspot (www.findspot.com) or … GOOGLE.COMwww.findspot.com

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57 Values Line-Up 1. Teacher gives a statement based on personal value. 2. Students line up according to their agreement or disagreement with the statement. 3. Teacher cuts the line and slides students to their speaking positions. 4. Teacher and students process the activity. page 44

58 Applications : Values Line-Up Controversies in School and Community Cultural Differences Literature: What he/she should have done Page 44

59 Connections


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