1.Give back tests 2.Discuss mini lessons/lesson plan 2 3.Student Learning Objectives 4.Classroom management 5.Engaging activities: Silent Way, Desuggestopedia, and Community Language Learning 1. Quiz 6.Mini Lessons
Everyone scored in low to mid 40s! Method Materials Engagement Creativity English Key areas to work on: Engaging Communication Activities Student learning objectives (SLOs) Classroom Management
One mini lesson week 7 and 8 (Hee Yun – email me) Turn in paper mini lesson plan week 9 (or earlier – Hee Yun, Hyun Hee) Would you like to turn in lesson plan #1 again? Engaging Communication Activities Student learning objectives (SLOs) Classroom Management
State what your students will accomplish by the end of the lesson and how you will know if they are successful Are S.M.A.R.T Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time bound
Use active verbs Describe the student behavior the teacher wants to see
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to (demonstrate the target language) by (doing some activity that the teacher can use to evaluate the students’ language ability)
Template By the end of the lesson, students will be able to ______________________ by____________________________.
What is the difference between the verbs on the left and right? RankUnderstand Answer Appreciate Create Learn ListKnow Ask Use Give Identify Write Tell Categorize Describe Evaluate Paraphrase Retell
Establish rapport Explain activity clearly model it ask students to repeat steps verbally or with gestures Walk around the room Make sure students understand Make sure students are on task
Students use the target language to communicate meaningfully Jigsaw Information Gap Survey Mingle Our topics: The Silent Way Desuggestopedia Community Language Learning
Students divide into small groups Each student is responsible for teaching their content to their group Students with the same topic meet together first to learn together and share ideas (teacher checks for accuracy) Then students return to groups to teach Class is tested
Efficient way to learn the material Encourages listening, engagement, and empathy Each member of the group an essential part to play in the academic activity http://www.jigsaw.org
Make a group of 3-4 people Decide who is in charge of CLL activities CLL principles (role of students & teacher) CLL implications for Korean teachers
I know information you want to know You know information I want to know Share information via communicating
Interactive A good way to practice speaking English Can increase motivation (especially if the content seems very authentic) Checks students’ understanding
Topic: Silent Way, Desuggestopedia, Community Language Learning In your same groups of 3-4 Answer each other’s questions so that everyone gets all the answers
Using the target language grammar and vocabulary, students make a questions to ask the rest of the class Good questions tend to have 2-3 possible answers (so the student can easily record them)
Students use the English taught in class Speaking, listening and writing involved (reading if you count reading your own question) Interactive, kinesthetic
On the back of your info gap paper write one question related to… The Silent Way Desuggestopedia Community Language Learning Make a chart to record your answers
Find someone who… Each student usually has a different situation/problem Students walk around and offer advice, find likeminded people, etc.
Students have a real reason to communicate Situations can be based on students actual circumstances, or made up ones students are from different countries have a fake health problem Interactive, kinesthetic
Decide which TESOL method you agree with the most and why The Silent Way Desuggestopedia Community Language Learning Walk around and talk with classmates. If you agree, figure out if you like it for the same reasons If you disagree, find out what the student likes about his/her favorite method.
Your groups of 3-4 I will give you a Student Learning Objective, you lead the lesson Decide Greeting, warm up How to lead the activity How to check for behavior