Published on February 14, 2014
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners Presenter: Larry M. Lynch,Ed.S.,TESOL Universidad Santiago de Cali Teacher Trainer British Council of Cali
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“Come to the edge,” he said. They said, “We are afraid.” “Come to the edge,” he said. They came. He pushed them ... And they flew. Guillaume Apollinaire
How can we as teachers effectively utilize the vast array of available resources? How can we effectively incorporate and use new methodologies and the technologies surrounding us to develop autonomous skills in our students?
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners Teachers should: Identify student learning styles Provide materials Transfer responsibility for learning
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners Teachers can also: Focus on review in class Follow-up student learning Provide for a feedback cycle
Identify student strengths, weaknesses and learning styles USEFUL STRATEGIES: MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES DUAL PSYCHOLOGY RASSIAS METHOD V.A.R.K.
The Multiple Intelligences INTERPERSONAL VERBAL LINGUISTIC MUSICAL INTRAPERSONAL RHYTHMIC VISUAL - SPATIAL NATURALIST LOGICAL MATHEMATICAL BODILY KINESTHETIC
RASSIAS METHOD DEVLOPED BY PROF. JOHN RASSIAS MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN DARTMOUTH UNIVERSITY USES REHEARSED DYNAMIC, INTERACTIVE AND LIVELY EXERCISES, PRESENTATIONS AND DIALOGUES TO CREATE AN ILLUSION OF SPONTANEITY IN RECREATING AN IMMERSIVE REALITY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING. IT ENCOURAGES TEACHERS TO BE ADAPTIVE IN THEIR TECHNIQUES TO MEET STUDENT NEEDS.
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners Provide self-study and auto-evaluation materials: On-line Workshops Reference materials
INTERNET TELEVISION TELEPHONES CD ROMs VIDEOS I-A, AV Workshops TECHNOLOGY MAKES AUTONOMY POSSIBLE
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners ESP WORKSHOPS A well-designed written workshop addresses multiple skills, especially when used both in class and as an out-of-class assignment
SOME TYPES OF EVALUATION EXERCISES: COGNITIVE PAIRS CLOZE EXERCISE FILL IN THE BLANKS WORD OR LETTER UNSCRAMBLE RE-ORDERING A SEQUENCE TRUE or FALSE GIVE A DESCRIPTION EXPOSITORY WRITING COMPLETE THE PHRASE or SENTENCE
MORE TYPES OF EVALUATION EXERCISES: ERROR CORRECTION COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS WRITE THE QUESTION COMPLETE A CHART or GRAPH MULTIPLE CHOICE SELECT AN ITEM FROM A GROUP RE-WRITE or RE-STATE GIVE AN OPINION A COMBINATION of EXERCISES
USE STUDENT CONCERNS AS DISCOURSE TOPICS ESSAYS DISCUSSIONS DEBATES MOSAICS RESEARCH PROJECTS POSTERS COMPARATIVE STUDIES EXCHANGES
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners Focus on review and tutorials in class Answer questions Give feedback Address problem areas
Developing Autonomy in ESP Learners Provide for a feedback cycle between students and teacher E-mail Telephone Office hours Tutorial periods
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? IT’S UP TO YOU! THANK YOU ATTENDEES! Larry M. Lynch, Ed.,S., TESOL Universidad Santiago de Cali
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