Kamishibai: a collaborative project for young learners of English

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Published on March 6, 2009

Author: mickstout

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This is the powerpoint used in a workshop given at San Lorenzo Ruiz Academy in Calapan, Philippines as part of the Teachers Helping Teachers (THT) seminars in February 2009.

Kamishibai: a collaborative project for young learners of English Michael Stout Toyo Gakuen University, Tokyo Japan Teachers Helping Teachers Seminars February 2009 Philippines

Kamishibai Man

Outline Why use kamishibai? A Model for implementing a Kamishibai project A Model Kamishibai project timeline Participants design a project outline Participants present their project outlines Urashima Taro: a kamishibai project by students in America Summary and conclusion

Why use kamishibai?

A Model for implementing a Kamishibai project

A Model Kamishibai project timeline

Participants design a project outline

Participants present their project outlines

Urashima Taro: a kamishibai project by students in America

Summary and conclusion

Why use Kamishibai? Appealing Adaptable Integrates all four skills Promotes “discovery learning” Taps multiple intelligences

Appealing

Adaptable

Integrates all four skills

Promotes “discovery learning”

Taps multiple intelligences

A Model for implementing a Kamishibai project Generate ideas & outline project Develop a visual representation and discuss it Research and written aspect to the project Preparation/practice day(s) Present or perform project & evaluation Reflection on project Heilman and Stout (2005)

Generate ideas & outline project

Develop a visual representation and discuss it

Research and written aspect to the project

Preparation/practice day(s)

Present or perform project & evaluation

Reflection on project

A Model Kamishibai Project Timeline Lesson 1 A completed task sheet that is comprehensible will constitute successful completion of the task Student Make an outline of the project Teacher Introduce the project Assist students with making an outline for a story Assign individual roles to each member of the group List ideas for a story Organise ideas into an outline Assessment Activities Objectives

A completed task sheet that is comprehensible will constitute successful completion of the task

Student

Make an outline of the project

Teacher

Introduce the project

Assist students with making an outline for a story

Assign individual roles to each member of the group

List ideas for a story

Organise ideas into an outline

A Model Kamishibai Project Timeline Lesson 2 Completed storyboard sketches will constitute successful completion of the task Student Make storyboard sketches Teacher Assist students with storyboard sketches Students describe their ideas to the other members of their group Assessment Activities Objectives

Completed storyboard sketches will constitute successful completion of the task

Student

Make storyboard sketches

Teacher

Assist students with storyboard sketches

Students describe their ideas to the other members of their group

A Model Kamishibai Project Timeline Lesson 3 Completed scripts will constitute successful completion of the task Student Write scripts Teacher Teach discourse markers for stories Select appropriate discourse markers Assessment Activities Objectives

Completed scripts will constitute successful completion of the task

Student

Write scripts

Teacher

Teach discourse markers for stories

Select appropriate discourse markers

A Model Kamishibai Project Timeline Lesson 4 A completed task sheet that is comprehensible will constitute successful completion of the listening task Student Presentation rehearsal Peer listening and review Teacher Teach presentation skills Use basic presentation skills Assessment Activities Objectives

Student

Presentation rehearsal

Peer listening and review

Teacher

Teach presentation skills

Use basic presentation skills

A Model Kamishibai Project Timeline Lesson 5 Completed listening tasks and meaningful peer evaluation will constitute successful completion of the project Student Presentation Reflection Teacher Assessment Gain presentation experience Assessment Activities Objectives

Student

Presentation

Reflection

Teacher

Assessment

Gain presentation experience

Your turn Step 1 Brainstorm stories you know Fill in the Story Essentials Table

Step 1

Brainstorm stories you know

Fill in the Story Essentials Table

Your turn Step 2 Make storyboard sketches Each member of the group in turn describes a scene The other members listen and draw Step 3 List common discourse markers for stories Eg. “Once upon a time…” Step 4 List presentation skills necessary for the presentation Step 5 Present

Step 2

Make storyboard sketches

Each member of the group in turn describes a scene

The other members listen and draw

Step 3

List common discourse markers for stories

Eg. “Once upon a time…”

Step 4

List presentation skills necessary for the presentation

Step 5

Present

Urashima Taro Screencast from: http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0214080/arts/kamishibai.htm

Resources Articles Fried-Booth, D.L. (2002). Project work. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Haines, S. (1989). Projects for the EFL classroom . Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons. Lee, J. (2000). Tasks and communicating in language classrooms . Boston: McGraw Hill. Heilman, J. & Stout, M. (2005). Putting Projects into Practice . In K. Bradford-Watts, C. Ikeguchi, & M. Swanson (Eds.) JALT 2004 Conference Proceedings . Tokyo: JALT. Murray, A. & Stout, M. (2007). Kamishibai: a project for junior and senior high school students . English Teaching Professional. 52. September. Stoller, F. (2002). Project work: a means to promote language and content. In J.C. Richards & W.A. Renandya (Eds.), Methodology in language teaching: an anthology of current practice (pp. 107-119). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Websites Kamishibai Cards http://www.heritagesource.com/Heritage%20Pages/kamishibai.htm ChibiAlex.com v.4 Sparkling Moon http://chibialex.com/kami/kami.html The International Kamishibai Association of Japan http://www.geocities.jp/kamishibai/index-e.html Kamishibai http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0214080/arts/kamishibai.htm

Articles

Fried-Booth, D.L. (2002). Project work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Haines, S. (1989). Projects for the EFL classroom . Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons. Lee, J. (2000). Tasks and communicating in language classrooms . Boston: McGraw Hill.

Heilman, J. & Stout, M. (2005). Putting Projects into Practice . In K. Bradford-Watts, C. Ikeguchi, & M. Swanson (Eds.) JALT 2004 Conference Proceedings . Tokyo: JALT.

Murray, A. & Stout, M. (2007). Kamishibai: a project for junior and senior high school students . English Teaching Professional. 52. September.

Stoller, F. (2002). Project work: a means to promote language and content. In J.C. Richards & W.A. Renandya (Eds.), Methodology in language teaching: an anthology of current practice (pp. 107-119). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Websites

Kamishibai Cards

http://www.heritagesource.com/Heritage%20Pages/kamishibai.htm

ChibiAlex.com v.4 Sparkling Moon

http://chibialex.com/kami/kami.html

The International Kamishibai Association of Japan

http://www.geocities.jp/kamishibai/index-e.html

Kamishibai

http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0214080/arts/kamishibai.htm

Salamat どうもありがとうございます。 Merci Beaucoup

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