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Product Launch in October 2010 with Tunghua of Take Shape, Macmillan Education's Primary course

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  • Sit back, relax & get ready to be A azed !!!
  • MACMILLAN
    Who was the first publisher to establish a children’s literature department?
    1919
    British Prime
    Minister
    160+ years
    No.1
    Rudyard Kipling,
    Lewis Carrol,
    H.G. Wells
    Ian Fleming
    70+
    Countries
  • Who’s this?
    MACMILLAN
    Author
    of 5 books
    Examiner
    of 4 Exams
    Helped
    50,000+
    students get
    an o/s
    Masters
    Trained
    10,000+
    teachers in
    9 countries
    Making Things Better for You!
  • MACMILLAN
    Agenda
    Making Things Better for You!
    Macmillan Take Shape October Road Show Tung Hua
    Learning Vocabulary
    Vocabulary Games
    Picture Dictionaries
    Remembering Vocabulary
    Storytelling
    Take Shape Intro
  • MACMILLAN
    Language
    Making Things Better for You!
    Which is more important vocabulary or grammar?
  • MACMILLAN
    Vocabulary Introduction
    Making Things Better for You!
    Vocabulary
    There are approximately 1,000,000 words in the English Language. The average native speaker knows around 45,000 words. The 2,500 most frequently used words we use 80% of the time. You need around 7,500 words to sound fluent and about 5000 words to pass TOEFL/IELTS.
    Use these numbers:300 2,500 3,000 5,000 7,000 7,500 10,000 25,000 45,000 500,000 750,000 1,000,000 2,000,000
  • MACMILLAN
    Teaching Vocab Process
    Making Things Better for You!
    Step 1
    Step 2
    Step 3
    Step 4
    Step 5
    Games
    Production
    Warmer
    Practice
    Presentation
  • MACMILLAN
    Picture Games
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Out of Focus
    Eye-spy
    Run to Board
    Memory Test
    Whispers
  • MACMILLAN
    Drilling Games
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Word Clap
    Newspaper
    Lip Reading
  • MACMILLAN
    Spelling Games
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Hand tracing
    Air writing
    YMCA
  • MACMILLAN
    Warmers/Fillers
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    A-Z
    Back to Board
    Tennis
    Pictionary
  • MACMILLAN
    Picture Dictionary Games
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Keyhole Questions
    Twisted Fingers
    Reveal Review
    Alphabetical Order Race
  • MACMILLAN
    Remembering Words
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Mnemonics
    Categorizing
    Spider Chart
    Mind Maps
    Picture Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Stories
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Nation and Waring state that the word ‘the’ is so common that 7% of the words written on a page are repetitions of the word ‘the’.
    After reading ‘A Clockwork Orange’ which contains 241 ‘nadsat’ words (invented language) repeated on average 15 times, students were tested on the meaning of these words & the average score was 76%. Students learnt the words from context. Saragi, Nation, Meister (1978)
    Nagy & Herman (1987) claimed that children between grades three and twelve (US grade levels) learn up to 3000 words a year. It is thought that only a small percentage of such learning is due to direct vocabulary instruction, the remainder being due to acquisition of words from reading.
  • MACMILLAN
    The Reading Process
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Step 1
    B. Language Development
    Step 2
    A. Guided Reading
    Step 3
    C. Text Prediction
    D. Warm Up
    Step 4
    E. Independent Reading
    Step 5
    F. Shared Reading
    Step 6
  • MACMILLAN
    Building Vocabulary through Stories
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Warmer: * PicturesPredict: * Key Word Story* Sequencing * Key Word GuessShared:* Key Word Identification* Error Rec.* Key Word StopGuided:* Erase it* Emotions* TurnsLanguage:* Guess Word
    whale
    Fish, many
    Push, everyone, help, hard
    Ocean, swim, relaxing
  • MACMILLAN
    Use it or Lose it
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 1 – Vocabulary+ Real World Link
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 2 – Grammarin Context + Catchphrase
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Catchphrases
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 2 – Contextual &Discovery Approach
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 3 – Listening &Vocabulary with Values
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 4 – More Grammar& Speaking
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 5 – Spelling with poems,tongue twisters & chants
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Lesson 6- Reading & Writing
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    My Picture Dictionary
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Shape Up – Review
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Additional Features
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
  • MACMILLAN
    Components
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Student Book+e-Reader
    Workbook
    Teacher’s Edition
    Teacher’s Resource CD
    • Grammar Animations
    • Projectable Posters
    • Photocopiable pages:
    Tests, Values worksheets, Poster worksheets, Song worksheets, Spelling Handbook
     Class AudioCD
  • MACMILLAN
    Any Questions?
    Making Things Better for You!
    Fully integrated print and digital course
    Email: patrickhafenstein@macmillan.com.tw Download PowerPoint: www.macmillan.com.tw Catalogue: www.macmillanenglish.com Training Videos: www.youtube.com/user/macmillanELT Resources: www.onestopenglish.com E-learning: www.macmillanenglishcampus.com Social Networking: www.facebook.com – Macmillan Education Taiwan Free Dictionary: www.macmillandictionary.com
  • MACMILLAN
    Flashcard Games
    Making Things Better for You!
    Play with Words
    Instructions
    Magic Eyes
    Lip Reading
    Chain
    Repeat if true