UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DELECUADORFACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA,LETRAS Y CIENCIAS DE LAEDUCACIONPlurilingueQuinto semestreMonica Saenz
DIALOGUE JOURNALMore time to communicate with the students
WHY IS IMPORTANT TO COMMUNICATE WITH THESTUDENTS? To learn about their interests, needs, backgrounds
 The need to communicate is intensified withstudents learning English as a second language
TEACHER HAVE FOUND DIALOGUE JOURNALAS AN: interactive writing on an individual basis
 Dialogue journals not only open a new channel ofcommunication, but they also provide another context forlanguage and lit...
 It allows students to use reading and writing in purposefulways and provides a natural, comfortable bridge to otherkinds...
DEFINITION A dialogue journal is a written conversation in whicha student and teacher communicate regularly
 It is used in a range of educational settings with childrenand adults, with both native and nonnative Englishspeakers
BENEFITS
Extending contact time with students and getting to knowthem in a way that may not be possible otherwise.
Management of classes with students of varyinglanguage, ability, and interest levels.
OPTIMAL LANGUAGE LEARNING CONDITIONS.Writing aboutWriting aboutWriting about
LOGISTICS
MATERIALS
FREQUENCY OF WRITING
LENGTH OF WRITING Set a minimum
WRITING INSTRUCTIONS AND TOPICS
JOURNAL PARTNERS DO NOT HAVE TO BETEACHERS
EXERCISE FOLDABLE
USEFUL TO: It is used to write in its multiples pages theinformation that students need to learn about anspecific topic.
ACTIVITY Tear out a page o paper Fold the page of paper in eight. Write a topic in each space (eight topics) Ask your ...
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Dialogue journal por Monica Saenz

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DELECUADORFACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA,LETRAS Y CIENCIAS DE LAEDUCACIONPlurilingueQuinto semestreMonica Saenz
  2. 2. DIALOGUE JOURNALMore time to communicate with the students
  3. 3. WHY IS IMPORTANT TO COMMUNICATE WITH THESTUDENTS? To learn about their interests, needs, backgrounds
  4. 4.  The need to communicate is intensified withstudents learning English as a second language
  5. 5. TEACHER HAVE FOUND DIALOGUE JOURNALAS AN: interactive writing on an individual basis
  6. 6.  Dialogue journals not only open a new channel ofcommunication, but they also provide another context forlanguage and literacy development.
  7. 7.  It allows students to use reading and writing in purposefulways and provides a natural, comfortable bridge to otherkinds of writing.
  8. 8. DEFINITION A dialogue journal is a written conversation in whicha student and teacher communicate regularly
  9. 9.  It is used in a range of educational settings with childrenand adults, with both native and nonnative Englishspeakers
  10. 10. BENEFITS
  11. 11. Extending contact time with students and getting to knowthem in a way that may not be possible otherwise.
  12. 12. Management of classes with students of varyinglanguage, ability, and interest levels.
  13. 13. OPTIMAL LANGUAGE LEARNING CONDITIONS.Writing aboutWriting aboutWriting about
  14. 14. LOGISTICS
  15. 15. MATERIALS
  16. 16. FREQUENCY OF WRITING
  17. 17. LENGTH OF WRITING Set a minimum
  18. 18. WRITING INSTRUCTIONS AND TOPICS
  19. 19. JOURNAL PARTNERS DO NOT HAVE TO BETEACHERS
  20. 20. EXERCISE FOLDABLE
  21. 21. USEFUL TO: It is used to write in its multiples pages theinformation that students need to learn about anspecific topic.
  22. 22. ACTIVITY Tear out a page o paper Fold the page of paper in eight. Write a topic in each space (eight topics) Ask your students to write about the topic whateverthe know. Share the information with the rest of the class.

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