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  1. 1. Post-It Here, Post-It There, You Can Post It Anywhere Kateryna Protsenko International House Kyiv The International House Teachers Online Conference 9th May, 2014
  2. 2. INDIVIDUAL ERROR CORRECTION
  3. 3. INDIVIDUAL ERROR CORRECTION • Stick the notes onto your coursebook; • Write your learners’ names; • Record their errors; • Record instances of successful language usage. GOOD for individual attention. EXTRA IDEA: Learner’s portfolio
  4. 4. ERROR CORRECTION BY AREAS
  5. 5. ERROR CORRECTION BY AREAS Lexis Pronunciation Grammar Discourse Speaking To-Be-Shared
  6. 6. SPEAKING IN THE FORM OF WRITING
  7. 7. SPEAKING IN THE FORM OF WRITING • Assign tasks to your learners; • Hand out Post-it notes; • Have learners complete the task by writing what they want to say on post-it notes; • Stress (!) the fact that they can write one sentence on one note. GOOD for adjacency pairs, back channeling devices etc. EXTRA IDEA: chat rooms.
  8. 8. USING POST-IT NOTES IN SPEAKING Romeo and Juliet: Did Shakespeare visit Verona? Marie Curie: How did she meet her husband?
  9. 9. USING POST-IT NOTES IN SPEAKING • Use in transactional speaking; • Have students note down questions they want to ask the speaker. GOOD for keeping students involved. EXTRA IDEA: noting down target language, e.g. how many times the speaking says ‘well’ or ‘didn’t’.
  10. 10. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ON POST-IT NOTES
  11. 11. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS ON POST-IT NOTES • Prepare questions on post-it notes, stick them to the walls around the classroom (hallway?); • Have students walk around and discuss. Communicative focus?! GOOD for stirring students. EXTRA IDEA: have students come up with questions; stick questions upside down 
  12. 12. RECORDING NEW LEXIS
  13. 13. RECORDING NEW LEXIS • Write new lexis on post-it notes instead of copybooks; • Working with page 12? Stick post-it notes there. GOOD for keeping the vocabulary organized; visual. EXTRA IDEA: color-coding for topics / parts of speech / functions
  14. 14. NOTING DOWN ANSWERS
  15. 15. NOTING DOWN ANSWERS • Learners stick a post-it note next to (onto) an exercise; • Note down their own and correct answers. GOOD for going through the same exercise again. EXTRA IDEA: personalization.
  16. 16. PHRASE OF THE DAY
  17. 17. PHRASE OF THE DAY • Like quotes as much as I do? • One page – one quote. GOOD for chunks – no need to explain ‘money makes the world go round’ to elementary learners. EXTRA IDEA: color coding!

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