Published on September 25, 2013
WORKSHOP TEACHER ROLE IN A COMMUNICATIVE CLASSROOM mnRAJU
mnRAJU Form groups Discuss the topic Make notes Consolidate views Produce a poster Time – 20 + 5 minutes Discuss & Create a Poster
mnRAJU Group L – Differences between Teaching & Learning Group E – Minimum & Higher Objectives of Teaching Group A – Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) Group R – Communicative Language Teaching Tools Group N – Classroom Management (CRM) Skills Topics for Group Discussion
mnRAJU Call out L - E - A - R – N Form five groups & sit in circles Group Formation
mnRAJU Member 1 – Chairperson Member 2 – Spokesperson Member 3 – Secretary Member 4 – Poster maker Member 5 –Time keeper Member 6 – Materials Manager Member Roles
mnRAJU Group L How are Teaching and Learning different? Presentation
mnRAJU Group E What are the minimum objectives of teaching? What are its nobler outcomes? Presentation
mnRAJU Why Do We Teach? Knowledge Skills Application Information Literacy Imagination Creativity Aptitude Attitude Obligation to college, students & world Professional satisfaction and growth
mnRAJU Nobler Objectives Learning to Learn Learning to Live Learning to be Better
mnRAJU Nobler Outcomes of Teaching
mnRAJU Group A What is Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)? Presentation
mnRAJU Group R What are CLT Tools? Presentation
mnRAJU CLT classes use 1. Pair work 2. Group work 3. Good instructions 4. Eliciting 5. Thought provoking questions 6. Activities & Games
to facilitate interactive communicative opportunities to establish situations that prompt communication (information gap, choice) to monitor performance & offer feedback to use authentic materials to emphasize function over form to promote all language skills from the beginning to tolerate errors during fluency-based activities mnRAJU CLT Teacher Skills
mnRAJU Group N What are Classroom Management (CRM) Skills? Presentation
CRM Skills mnRAJU to question, to wait & to listen to make quality interventions to give good instructions to elicit & to involve to explain/demonstrate to synthesize responses to monitor & to support
mnRAJU Greater opportunity for Application Learners gain confidence/overcome fear Real time feedback/response Peer learning Cooperation – a life skill Pair Work - Advantages
mnRAJU More student participation time More listening time More fun Exchange of ideas Seeing others’ points of view Improved social skills Improved problem solving skills Group Work - Advantages
mnRAJU Explain the activity Arrange the groups Set time limit Give example/demonstration Move & Monitor Follow up Discuss the activity Group Work - Review
mnRAJU Short Simple Precise Easy to follow Repeated Demonstrated Good Instructions are . . .
Ask, Don’t Tell mnRAJU
mnRAJU Yes/No Information Close-ended Open-ended Teacher initiated Student initiated Factual Inferential/ Experiential LOT HOT Rhetorical/ Leading Thought-provoking Question Types
mnRAJU Let students think and formulate Do not interrupt Show interest in answers Involve other students Ask follow-up questions Do not discourage students Responding to Questions
Evaluation mnRAJU Include variety – HOT/LOT/FIVE Avoid routine questions Test application of learning Encourage imagination Encourage creativity Promote further learning
Visual Aids mnRAJU Relevance to lesson Ease of use Reusability Legibility, clarity Not distracting 2/2 & 6/6 Rules
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