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Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
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Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
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Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
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Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
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Nclc storytelling and tech in the chinese classroom(1)
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  • Why do you think they used this story?
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • Boredom! Wanted to work together Wanted to bring more exciting, meaningful learning experiences to the students Wanted to recognize students’ success in the greater community (one of the 5 C’s)
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kagZ5jaw3P0&feature=youtu.be
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    • 1. + Storytelling andFrank Tang, New York University TechnologyRobin Harvey, New York University in the Foreign LanguageBing Qiu, Bronx High School of Science ClassroomXuan Wang, Sidwell Friends
    • 2. + Story-Telling and Technology in the Chinese Classroom How can we use culturally important stories in the second language classroom? How can we tap into student creativity and linguistic ability to allow them to tell their own stories, in their own voice in the target language? How can we create opportunities for students to use technology, an important part of their daily lives, to tell their stories?
    • 3. + The Six Senses for the 21st Century Design Meaning Story Play Symphony Empathy Daniel Pink, A Whole New Mind, 2006
    • 4. + The Sense of Story Humans are not ideally set up to understand logic; they are ideally set up to understand stories. (Roger Schank, Cognitive scientist) Stories are easier to remember— because in many ways, stories are how we remember.
    • 5. + The power of stories  Most of our experience, our knowledge and our thinking is organized as stories.  Storieshave causality, conflicts, complications, and characters. (Daniel Willingham, 2000)  Storytelling stimulates thinking and creativity, and encourage collaborative learning.
    • 6. + What does it mean by “storytelling”?  Storytelling is interactive.  Storytelling uses words as well as actions such as vocalization, physical movement and/or gesture.  Storytelling presents a story—a narrative.  Storytelling encourages active imagination of the listeners.
    • 7. + The queen died and the king died. The queen died and the king died of a broken heart. Place the facts in context and deliver them with some emotional impact.
    • 8. + The art of storytelling  Engage students in the storytelling process: Create opportunity for them to practice the language, interact, reflect, question, inquire, predict, and imagine.  Integratestorytelling with other art forms, such as pictures, music, songs, ppt, videos, movie clips, news, dramatization, etc.
    • 9. + NYU StarTalk Immersion Training Program for Teachers of Chinese (K-6)  Teacher training program  First held in 2012; new program developed for 2013  Three credit, graduate level summer course “Teaching Foreign Language to Elementary School Students”  Four additional workshops in Dual Language/Immersion education (ongoing in fall)  Special summer workshop on Story-Telling with Helena Curtain
    • 10. + Stories from NYU 2012 StarTalk Training Program for Teachers of Chinese Working with Authentic Cultural Stories: •Creating stories our students can understand (I+1) •Focusing on language points (grammar, vocabulary) •Incorporating the 5 C’s •Three modes of communication
    • 11. + Stories from NYU 2012 StarTalk Training Program for Teachers of Chinese Types of Stories Repetitive Stories Cumulative Stories Content-based Stories Helena Curtain
    • 12. + How do we honor
    • 13. + 今天是亡靈節 Yo Recuerdo a Abuelito
    • 14. + 我的爺爺去年過世了。 我很想念他。
    • 15. + 媽媽說爺爺今天會回來。
    • 16. + 今天是亡靈節! 我們買麵包和花朵給爺爺!
    • 17. + 今天是亡靈節! 我們帶食物和水果給爺爺。
    • 18. + 今天是亡靈節!我看到很多蝴蝶!
    • 19. + 今天是亡靈節!我的爺爺回來了!
    • 20. + Yo Recuerdo a Abuelito ¡Es el día de los muertos! ¡Celebramos!
    • 21. + Ahora, compramos pan.
    • 22. + ¡Es el día de los muertos! ¡Celebramos!
    • 23. + Ahora, compramos flores.
    • 24. + ¡Es el día de los muertos! ¡Celebramos!
    • 25. + Ahora, compramos calaveras.
    • 26. + ¡Es el día de los muertos! ¡Celebramos!
    • 27. + Ahora, compramos dulces.
    • 28. + ¡Es el día de los muertos! ¡Celebramos!
    • 29. + Ahora, vamos al cementerio.
    • 30. + ¡Es el día de los muertos! ¡Celebramos!
    • 31. + Ahora, abuelito se celebra con nosotros.
    • 32. + Concept Web
    • 33. + Lesson Breakdown  Lesson 1 – Story: Yo recuerdo a Abuelito  Lesson 2 – Shopping for the Day of the Dead  Lesson 3 – Geography (Where do we celebrate Day of the Dead?)  Lesson 4 – My favorite things  Lesson 5 – What will we bring?  Lesson 6 – Creating an offering  Lesson 7 –  Lesson 8 – What is Qing Ming Jie?  Lesson 9 – Chinese poetry  Lesson 10 – Compare and Contrast  Lesson 11 – Preparation for presentation  Lesson 12 – Final Presentations
    • 34. + Day of the Dead vs. 清明节
    • 35. +Xuan WangSidwell Friends School2013-4-7 Creating Stories in Beginning Chinese Classroom
    • 36. + Stories • Context • Creativity • Emotion • Repetition
    • 37. + Tell a Story VS Ask a Story
    • 38. + How to Ask a Story
    • 39. + 卡片 情人节卡片 一张情人节卡片 写了一张情人节卡片 …… 给……写了一张情人节 卡片 ( for)
    • 40. + 情人节 qíng jié 晚 餐 wáncā n
    • 41. +
    • 42. + Activities with Stories Put in Acting Draw the order Story Spot the Read a new difference Tell the story
    • 43. + A new story to read
    • 44. + Rock That Movie Night! Spring 2013 Chinese Bing Qiu Video Competition Bronx High School of Science
    • 45. + History of Rock That Movie Night!  Qiu Bing(Bronx Science High School) & Wang Xuan (Suffern High School, Sidwell Friends School) started Rock That Movie Night in 2012 as an effort to involve students in sharing insights and knowledge about the Chinese language and culture through creative videos.  They approached Project DCLT for  Support in infrastructure  “Authentic community” for sharing videos  Prizes!!!
    • 46. + Why we created the “Rock That Movie” competition
    • 47. Why we created the “Rock That+ Movie” competition Locked up
    • 48. Why we created the “Rock That+ Movie” competition Break out
    • 49. Why we created the “Rock That+ Movie” competition Teamwork
    • 50. Why we created the “Rock That+ Movie” competition Students
    • 51. Why we created the “Rock That+ Movie” competition Community One of the 5 C’s
    • 52. + History of Rock That Movie Night!  Mr. Qiu’s students participated on a volunteer base and got extra credit  In-class project for Ms. Wang’s students  Last year, students dubbed English movies with Chinese voices, which can be seen on http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/teachlearn/dclt/Forum_April_2012
    • 53. + History of Rock That Movie Night!  Last year’s winners won:  Extra Credit for their Chinese class  Certificates from NYU  NYU T-shirts  Pride  A powerful addition to their college applications (extracurricular activities and honors)  There were a great number of very imaginative entries into the competition, which inspires more interest for the Chinese language etc.
    • 54. + What Rock That Movie Night did for students and teachers last year  It gave students an opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in a creative way  It was a very meaningful project for students, who were very excited by it  It provided authentic learning experiences for an authentic audiences through very culturally relevant and familiar topics  It encouraged teachers to explore more about Storytelling techniques/strategies and adapt them in teaching practice  It helped promote collaboration and learning within the Chinese teacher community, while creating higher expectations of ourselves 闭门造车
    • 55. + Rock That Movie Year 1
    • 56. + Rules for the 2013 Competition: Students  Formats to choose from: stop action, live movie, video of puppet show, photo story  Length: 5-7 minutes (2-3 scenes) of meaningful conversation  Process:  Script writing  Peer Editing (first round)  Teacher Editing (second round)  Final version  Read to teacher (optional) for pronunciation  Final movie due April 1
    • 57. + Teacher Contract  Teachers are not permitted to write the script.  Teachers must treat this as authentic student work.  Teachers may help edit student work by pointing out what kind of mistake it is, but students should figure out how to write the sentence by themselves.  No help in structure of the video, creative aspects, storyline.  Teacher may work with students on pronunciation  Teachers may have walk-on roles 路人甲 but may not be a main character in the movie.  Teachers upload videos (so students have privacy) by school
    • 58. + This year’s rubric  Movies will be judged based on…  Storyline  overall content and organization  creativity  Accuracy  grammar and structure  vocabulary  Presentation  emotional delivery, lines read with appropriate feeling, pace, flow  Pronunciation and rhythm
    • 59. + Deadlines  Entry forms for Rock That Movie Night are online now  Register by March 1  Videos due by April 1  Videos will be judged at NYU DCLT April 12 forum  Panel of Chinese teachers/native Chinese speakers  Meets ACTFL’s “Communities” standard  Prizes awarded at NYU DCLT May 10 forum
    • 60. + Making your video great without Hollywood Gear  Acting  know the lines well  never read  shoot in short scenes  be expressive! Use eye contact and body language  while the character is speaking:  look at the camera  speaker’s lips should be shown in the video  never turn one’s back to the camera  add subtitles to the video while post-processing
    • 61. + Show a video!!!!
    • 62. + Join Us!  Check out more student videos from our website;  Join our mail list and stay tuned for the winner of 2013 Rock That Movie Contest.  You know you want your students to win the 2014 Rock That Movie Contest :)
    • 63. + Thank you!

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