Explain thatthis slide demonstrates an idea of what negotiaton looks like at various times in the cycle (i.e. to give sts chance to choose, for example, the topic or the skills area the want to focus on in a subsequent lesson.
I want to use an example that highlights how choice & involvement can encourage greater level of motivation and therefore level of performance.
How was this series of activities ‘negotiated’. A different view. If you’ve established the topics that all students have said they have an interest in, it is not always necessary throughout the course to throw everything open to joint-decision.
creative empowered connected knowledgeable Potential to be: involved
Running shoes cause injury because… running shoes make your feet forget how to run Over-reliance on coursebook material… leads to dulled teaching senses because… You forget what the students want to learn. With barefoot running,you’re in contact with the ground so… You are more in tune with your environment and therefore less prone to injury With less reliance on the coursebook you’re in closer contact with the learner so… You are therefore more attuned to their learning
twtpoll <ul><li>Speaking with voice recorders (comparing pictures) </li></ul><ul><li>Speaking with flipcams (pick a topic) </li></ul><ul><li>Fotobabble or VoiceThread (talking about an image) </li></ul>Emergent language <ul><li>Pecha Kucha presentations </li></ul><ul><li>Speaking with voice recorders (dialogue creation) </li></ul>
I’m going to write about the good and bad things that the internet has, also I’m going to tell my opinion and why I have it. This holidays I enjoyed a lot being at home with my friends, watching TV, listening hardcore music, sleeping very much