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    • MACMILLAN
      Inside Out 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!
      • Speaking Introduction
      • Improving Speaking through Anecdotes
      • Introduction to Integrated Skills
      • A Walkthrough of an Integrated Skills Lesson
      • Extra Games and Activities
    • MACMILLAN
      Speaking
      Making Things Better for You!
      What makes a good speaker?
    • MACMILLAN
      Fluency
      Making Things Better for You!
      What is fluency?
      Speaking at a steady constant speed.
      Avoiding repetition, too much self-correcting & pauses/hesitations.
      Developing your opinions/giving extended answers.
      Organising & linking ideas logically.
    • MACMILLAN
      Vocabulary
      Making Things Better for You!
      What kind of vocabulary should students use?
      • Sophisticated vocabulary
      • The view is good
      • The view is breathtaking
      • Specialised terminology
      • The police got the bad guy for killing
      • The authorities apprehended the criminal for murder
      • Less common expressions
      • She didn’t come
      • She didn’t show up
      • Idioms
      • Easy
      • piece of cake
      • Difficult/Challenging
      • tall order
      • Correct word forms & collocations
    • MACMILLAN
      Grammar
      Making Things Better for You!
      What kind of grammar should students use?
      Use a wide range of both simple & complex structures & use them flexibly.
      Focus on accuracy without losing fluency.
    • MACMILLAN
      Pronunciation
      Making Things Better for You!
      How can I sound like a native speaker?
      Speak clearly and reduce your accent.
      Use contractions
      Use weakened forms
      Use sound links
      Use the correct word and sentence stress
      Use rhythm and intonation
    • MACMILLAN
      Making Things Better for You!
      I know what fluency, good grammar and vocab and clear pron is BUT…how do I get my students to do this???
    • MACMILLAN
      Anecdotes
      Making Things Better for You!
      What is an anecdote?
      Anecdotes are tasks that prepare students for extended speaking and cover topics that all students will be able to relate to through personal experience. Students are first given a model and a series of questions to get them thinking about the topic. They are then given the opportunity to talk at length about the topic with a partner. At a later date the same anecdote is repeated normally with noticeable improvements in the level and fluency of the language used.
    • MACMILLAN
      5 Steps for SuccessfulAnecdotes
      Making Things Better for You!
      B. Repeat Anecdote
      Step 1
      A. Monitor and Give Feedback
      Step 2
      C. Provide Sample Answer
      Step 3
      D. Choose Global Topics
      Step 4
      E. Allow for enough preparation time
      Step 5
    • MACMILLAN
      Sample Anecdote
      Making Things Better for You!
      Tell me about your friend
    • MACMILLAN
      What skills do college studentsneed for academic success?
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      Academic English Exam Sample
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      What skills do employees needfor success in the workplace?
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      Business English Exam Sample
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      What are the Benefits of Integrated Skills?
      Making Things Better for You!
      Reflects real life situations
      Brings variety to the classroom
      Reflects current testing theory such as TOEFL iBT
      Brings a faster pace to the lesson
      Brings a more balanced approach to the 4 skills
    • MACMILLAN
      How does an integrated skillslesson work?
      Making Things Better for You!
      Language Development
      Review/Test
      Provide Input
      Provide Output Opportunities
      Check Comprehension
      Warm up
      Step 1
      Step 2
      Step 3
      Step 4
      Step 5
      Step 6
    • MACMILLAN
      Warm Up
      Making Things Better for You!
      Using Pictures
      Out of Focus (Keyhole)
      Memory
      Twisted fingers
    • MACMILLAN
      Provide Input ➨ Check Comprehension ➨ Output
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      Language Development
      Making Things Better for You!
      Vocabulary Games
      Paper Bash
      Change seats
      Rythym Words
      Pictionary
      Back to Board
    • MACMILLAN
      Review/Test
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      Do you want more games and activities?
      Making Things Better for You!
      Integrated Skills Activities
      Running Dictation
      Split Drawing
      Collaborative Writing
    • 1. We’ve packed our suitcases, Mom.
      2. I’ve taken mine downstairs!
      3. And I’ve put on my best dress. Look!
      4. Have you paid the bill, dear?
      5. Yes, I have. Here’s the receipt.
      6. Have we remembered everything?
      7. Right, let’s go!
    • MACMILLAN
      Split Drawing
      Making Things Better for You!
    • MACMILLAN
      Any Questions?
      Making Things Better for You!
      www.insideout.net
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