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    • MACMILLAN
      Macmillan Teacher Training
      Making Things Better for You!
      Patrick Hafenstein Canton September 2011
    • MACMILLAN
      Publishing Company
      Making Things Better for You!
      Working for a Foreign Publisher
    • Who’s this?
      MACMILLAN
      Author
      of 5 books
      Examiner
      of 4 Exams
      Helped
      100,000+
      students get
      an o/s
      Masters
      Trained
      11,000+
      teachers in
      11 countries
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      Agenda
      Making Things Better for You!
      Patrick Hafenstein Macmillan Teacher Training September 2011
    • MACMILLAN
      Cheeky Monkey
      Making Things Better for You!
      A story based approach
    • MACMILLAN
      Play is...
      Making Things Better for You!
      Experiences that support play and learning
      Any activity engaged in for the enjoyment it gives, without consideration of the end result. It is entered into voluntarily & is lacking in external force & compulsion.
    • MACMILLAN
      Play is Serious!
      Making Things Better for You!
      Experiences that support play and learning
      Psychosocialists believe it is necessary for ego mastery and learning to live with everyday experiences
      Constructivists believe it is necessary for cognitive growth
      Maturationists believe it is necessary for competence building and for socializing functions in all cultures of the world
      Neuroscientists believe it is necessary for emotional and physical health, motivation, and love of learning.
      Psychoanalysts believe that play is necessary for mastering emotional traumas or disturbances
    • MACMILLAN
      Minds, Bodies& Emotions
      Making Things Better for You!
      Experiences that support play and learning
      2. Play provides the rich experience children need to learn social skills; become sensitive to others' needs and values; handle exclusion and dominance; manage their emotions; learn self-control; and share power, space, and ideas with others. At all levels of development, play enables children to feel comfortable and in control of their feelings
      1. Play often involves physical activity, it is closely related to the development & refinement of children‘s gross & fine motor skills & their physical awareness, it simultaneously refines & develops skills that enable them to feel confident, secure, & self-assured.
      3. Evidence also suggests a strong relationship between play and cognitive development. Studies identify improvements to attention, planning skills, attitudes, creativity and divergent thinking, perspective-taking, memory and language development
    • MACMILLAN
      Unit Walk-through
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 1
      Introduces the new vocabulary through flashcards, a song, games and a worksheet
    • MACMILLAN
      Teaching Vocabulary
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 1
      Translations?
      Flashcards
      Illustrations
      Mime
      Sounds
      Realia
      Examples
      Definitions
      Antonyms/synonyms
    • MACMILLAN
      Unit Walk-through
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 2
      Cheeky’s Jungle Gym introduces the story to the kids through TPR activities and the play mat. They listen to the story and do a worksheet.
    • TPR
      Show me
      Point
      Touch
      Mime
      Lesson 2
      TPR (Total Physical Response) follows the natural approach to learning a language.
      Input is received in the form of commands that require a physical response.
      It combines both physical and mental aspects of learning.
      Young learners love to get up and move around the classroom.
    • MACMILLAN
      Unit Walk-through
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 3
      Introduces more vocabulary, students sing the story song and do another worksheet
    • MACMILLAN
      Songs
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 3
      Children love music. This results in a positive attitude towards learning English.
      Songs are familiar so builds students’ confidence.
      Songs can present, practice & review language.
      Songs improve students listening, reading, speaking & pronunciation.
      Songs aid memorization.
    • MACMILLAN
      Songs
      Making Things Better for You!
      Warm up – Pictures
      Listening Activities
      Movements
      Singing Activities
      Karaoke
      Extra Verse
    • MACMILLAN
      Unit Walk-through
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 4
      Concept language is introduced through flashcards & song and reinforced by a worksheet.
    • MACMILLAN
      Flashcards
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 4
      Flashcard Instructions
      Lip Reading
      Repeat if it’s true
    • MACMILLAN
      Unit Walk-through
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 5
      Focuses on colors and numbers using the play mats, and practiced through a song and a worksheet.
    • MACMILLAN
      Unit Walk-through
      Making Things Better for You!
      Lesson 6
      Press out activities to make puppets, stand up characters or masks to perform a story
      Dramas are an entertaining and confidence building form of real life language use and practice which can be used for end of year graduation performances. Students can practice different registers.
    • MACMILLAN
      Cheeky Monkey
      Making Things Better for You!
      A story based approach
      Aimed at 3-5 year old children
      Written by Kathryn Harper and Claire Medwell
      3 level course
      The starting point for learning English with a focus on songs and stories
      Methodology includes;
      Receptive vs. Productive
      Kinesthetic Learning
      Routines
    • MACMILLAN
      Components
      Making Things Better for You!
      A story based approach
      Pupil’s Book
      Busy Book
      Teacher’s Notes
      Press Outs
      Stickers
      Play Mat
      Audio CDs
      Multi-ROM
      Puppet
      Flashcards
      Story Cards
      DVD + Photocopiables