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Teaching by stations

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During this workshop English teachers will be able to practice this simple approach to grammar in order to achieve the necessary English structure teaching to our students. Teaching by Stations is …

During this workshop English teachers will be able to practice this simple approach to grammar in order to achieve the necessary English structure teaching to our students. Teaching by Stations is generally used when there are more than two teachers in a classroom. Nevertheless, that is not the case in the majority of the Bi-National Centers. To achieve a multi-teacher instruction given by a single educator is the purpose of this presentation. The development of this approach was a result of various trial and error procedures that ended up in a multi skilled way to what I like to call the fun shortcut to grammar.

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  • 1. a simple approach to EnglishGrammar teaching.
  • 2. Thanks for Attending this Workshop
  • 3. What is in it for you?
  • 4. Reflective TeachingWHAT?Chunk new vocabulary or grammar structures using station teaching.WHY?It is an option that is based on collaboration.The end result is an independent student.
  • 5. My inspiration…
  • 6. WHAT?Tweak the Station Teaching to fit English Teaching. WHY?To achieve a multi-teacher instruction with a single educator.
  • 7. How to prepare for aTeaching by Stations session.
  • 8. An station sign example
  • 9. We will work together…WHAT?WHY?
  • 10. Before your session:Divide your classroom.Clearly identify each station.Secure an empty paper to each desk.
  • 11. WHY?Advertise.To draw attention.Surprise your students.Stability and familiarity.
  • 12. Start your session :Instruct students to sit down, and tell them they have two minutes to draw an appropriate clothing piece and write a description bellow their drawing.Make students rotate to each station.
  • 13. WHY?To give students space, variety and movement.
  • 14. How the brain works?
  • 15. Brain Rules, Dr. John Medina"If you wanted to create an education environment that was directly opposed to what the brain was good at doing, you probably would design something like a classroom. "
  • 16. After the rotation :Collect the papers and place them on the board.Tell students to grab their notebooks and select an outfit for each place.Students must then write complete affirmative sentences using subject, verb, object, place and time.
  • 17. An extension activity :As an extension activity, you can ask students to write the negative, interrogative and information question forms of the sentences they built.
  • 18. Video
  • 19. WHY?Teaching by Stations, someadvantages.Address various learning styles.Work with all students.Work with lower ability students.Increase Engagement and Understanding.
  • 20. Any questions?
  • 21. My contact informationteacherroscba@gmail.comhttp://www.eslprintables.com/buscador/aut hor.asp?user=1312520#thetophttp://www.facebook.com/RosmeryCBAhttp://cbasparagraphwriting.blogspot.com/http://www.slideshare.net/RosmeryRibera/ newsfeedhttp://en.islcollective.com/mypage/uploade d?id=13321
  • 22. Last words…