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  • Welcome to Let's Teach English.

  • This Siri's offers free online training for English language educators worldwide.

  • Voice of America and the University of Oregon.

  • Her partners.

  • On this project, we join a group of teachers who have been studying with this Siri's.

  • They will share what they have learned.

  • Let's get started.

  • You have been watching the videos.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Now think about what we did today with the first picture.

  • Your assignment was to choose a teaching topic, explain it in your own words and give an example where you say that in the video courts.

  • Can you tell me what you chose?

  • I chose Constructivism.

  • Mine is about communicative language teaching methods.

  • I looked for some learner centered practices such as a teaching students how to use learning strategies vary.

  • Get since less teach English is built on the theory off Constructivism, why don't you start?

  • Sounds good to me.

  • When I think of building or constructing something, I see a house or school.

  • To me, Constructivism means my students are taken and new ideas and new words and building their own understanding off the wall around them.

  • I found example off this in Unit four.

  • Technology first the teacher prepare students to read the story by talking about the content.

  • She has.

  • Her students spring in pictures of technology that they know about.

  • In this way, students start with things that they already know about.

  • Then they can connect that to the new information.

  • In the story.

  • They read a story and learn about a mobile library called Solar Spell.

  • Her students make a picture to explain the solar spell library in their own words.

  • They knew some things to start with, but they had to construct or build on their knowledge.

  • Okay, great start on Constructivism.

  • Who wants to talk?

  • Next?

  • I do.

  • I decided to talk about communicative language teaching method in unifies.

  • The students do raw place in groups and each group has different information.

  • That way, the row place are all different.

  • There is a great example of a reward toss and communicative language teaching students you their own worst to shop cell and bargain in the marketplace.

  • The activity was lona centered because they had choices in the language and actions that they used.

  • Thank you, Linden.

  • Now we'll Leila, presentation.

  • I want to tell you what I learned about learning centred teaching and active learning for students.

  • In Unit nine.

  • The students practise an interview for a job.

  • They each choose the job that they want to get.

  • We saw one students an interview for the job she chose.

  • We know that every student choose a different job, that research about that job and wrote her own interview questions.

  • What was the teacher's role in this?

  • The teacher's job was the support, the learners and their choices and research.

  • She also gave them more control over their learning by teaching them to apply strategies.

  • In this case, they predicted hard questions for the interview.

  • They can use these strategies later in other read real world situations.

  • Thank you all for sharing these important topics off language teaching, Constructivism, communicative language teaching and learner center practices and active running.

  • So let's start with the first unit together way.

  • In the next 10 lessons, you'll see more videos, student and teacher materials based on the women teaching Women English textbook.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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