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  1. 1. But it’s not an art class! Lisa Phillips International House Buenos Aires
  2. 2. • ••What makes a good poster? • •• What should we do with them? • •• Some online resources But it’s not an art class!
  3. 3. Some examples
  4. 4. Some examples
  5. 5. Some examples
  6. 6. Some examples
  7. 7. • ◊What makes a good poster? • ◊ What are our students’ expectations/reactions/feelings to them? Do they feel it’s a valuable use of their time? • ◊ How much English are they actually producing (both orally and on paper)? • ◊ What input is given before they start the poster? • ◊ Is the work corrected? Should they do a draft before they put felt tip to coloured card? • ◊ What size should they be? • ◊ How long should they stay up? • ◊ How will you use them again in class for recycling? • ◊ Should the teacher allocate students different roles if working in groups? • ◊ Could the poster be set as a creative homework task? Some considerations
  8. 8. • ◊ Have follow-up in mind • ◊ Error correction • ◊ Recorded feedback • ◊ Create a sense of audience • ◊ Recycle Some ideas for exploitation
  9. 9. • prezi.com Online tools http://screencast.com/t/0GdthaHT
  10. 10. Online tools glogster.com http://lisajphillips.edu.glogster.com/claritasrecipe-5549
  11. 11. • http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20140307-how-to-learn-like-a-memory-champ Food for thought www.memrise.com
  12. 12. But it’s not an art class! Lisa Phillips International House Buenos Aires Stay in touch! @ljp2010, lisa.jayne.phillips, lisajphillips@hotmail.com

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