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2012 KWLA Winter Workshop (January) 2012 KWLA Winter Workshop (January) Presentation Transcript

  • kentucky world language association January 21, 2012
  • WELCOME
  • WELCOME & THANK YOUBowling Green Greenville GeorgetownHost: Host: Host:Ferrel Rose Carrie Ezzell Lucas GravittTrainer: Trainer: Trainer:Susann Davis Terri Coke Jocelyne Waddle
  • WELCOME & THANK YOUBoone County Carter County LouisvilleHost: Host & Trainer: Host & Trainer:Chelo Diaz Ben Hawkins Alice SpagnolaTrainer:Andrea Suarez
  • LEARNING TARGETS I can describe the three modes of communication and activities that allow my students to perform tasks in each mode.
  • LEARNING TARGETS I can describe what a student can do at the Novice and Intermediate Level.
  • LEARNING TARGETS I can rate a student writing and speaking sample using the KWLA Showcase Rubric.
  • LEARNING TARGETS I can explain the purpose of the KWLA Showcase “I Can!” self-assessments and use them to prepare my students.
  • LEARNING ACTIVITIES Presentation Group Activity (w/ local trainer) Questions (approx. every 45 min.)
  • KENTUCKY STANDARD WHY?
  • KENTUCKY STANDARDClassrooms are transforming to reflect anincreasing emphasis on developingstudents’ communicative competence.Today’s classroom is about teachinglanguages so that students use them tocommunicate with native speakers of thelanguage.
  • KENTUCKY STANDARDLearning about languageFocused on isolated skillsUsing the textbook as curriculumTesting to find out what they don’t knowOnly teacher knows how to grade
  • KENTUCKY STANDARDLearning about language Students learn to use languageFocused on isolatedmodes of communication Focused on the skillsUsing the textbook as curriculum resources Using thematic units & authenticTesting to find out whatwhat students can do Assessing to find out they don’t knowOnly teacher knows how to grade Students know and understand criteria
  • KENTUCKY STANDARD WHY? Realistic Expectations Student Centered Focused on Performance
  • KENTUCKY STANDARD Modes of Communication
  • INTERPRETIVE LISTENING and READING I can interpret information, concepts, andideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.
  • INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION I can exchange information, concepts, andideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.
  • PRESENTATIONAL SPEAKING and WRITING I can present information, concepts, andideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.
  • GROUP ASSIGNMENTWatch this sample interview (twice) anddiscuss as a large group what language thelearner is using (vocab), how the learner isusing the language (text type), and how wellthe learner is using the language (control). 15 minutes
  • WHAT NOVICES CAN DO Greg Duncan (2011) resourcesfromgreg.wikispaces.com
  • GROUP ASSIGNMENTWatch this sample interview (twice) anddiscuss as a large group what language thelearner is using (vocab), how the learner isusing the language (text type), and how wellthe learner is using the language (control). 15 minutes
  • WHAT NOVICES CAN DO Greg Duncan (2011) resourcesfromgreg.wikispaces.com
  • Got Questions?
  • GROUP ASSIGNMENTBased on your understanding of whatNovice and Intermediate Level Speakers cando, create a visual with materials availableat your location (computers, markers,objects, napkins, etc.) that best representseach level. 15 minutes
  • SHOWCASE SELF ASSESSMENT Preparing Students for Performance
  • SHOWCASE SELF-ASSESSMENTI ….
  • SHOWCASE RUBRIC Focused on Performance Measuring Language Proficiency Providing Feedback to Learners
  • “Learner uses familiar words and phrases onfamiliar tasks, topics, and activities.” (NH)“Learner uses words & expressions from awide range of topics and begins to useexpanded vocabulary within a topic. “ (IM)
  • “Learner uses memorized words, lists,phrases and occasional sentences.” (NM)“Learner uses connected sentences tonarrate in different time frames or describeand explain. “ (IH)
  • “Learner makes errors* and some errors mayinterfere with communication. Accuracydecreases when learner attempts to createwith language.” (NH)
  • Got Questions?
  • MORE QUESTIONSShowcase (Assessments, Rubrics, etc.) showcase@kwla-online.orgShowcase (Regional Registration) YOUR Regional DirectorProficiency, Standard, Teaching Jacqueline.VanHouten@education.ky.gov