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THE TV PROJECT<br />
CONTEXT:<br />Academic purpose. <br />Two teachers per group. <br />Oral classes are hold once every two weeks = 18 hours ...
Planning a project:Steps to follow alone or with the students (from Esteire & Zanón)<br />Choosingan area/subject of inter...
Step 1: The rationale. Why? Choosing an area of interest<br />Enhancing autonomy<br />Interact with non-modified input<br ...
Step 2 & 3: specification of the communicative objectives & Planning the final task(s)<br />Negotiation with the students ...
News
Weather forecast
Commercials
Talk shows
Telenovelas
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Students interests and        needs
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  1. 1. THE TV PROJECT<br />
  2. 2. CONTEXT:<br />Academic purpose. <br />Two teachers per group. <br />Oral classes are hold once every two weeks = 18 hours approx. per year. <br />Flexibility in the oral class program.<br />Working with different groups that have the same level<br />Working with projects in the Spanish oral class: the context<br />
  3. 3. Planning a project:Steps to follow alone or with the students (from Esteire & Zanón)<br />Choosingan area/subject of interest.<br />1<br />Specification of the communicative objectives <br />2<br />Planning of the final task(s) that will show that the objectives were achieved<br />3<br />Specification of the components (thematic & linguistic) needed to perform de task(s)<br />4<br />Planning of enabling tasksand communicative needed to achieve the final task(s).<br />Recycling and systematizing of the elements that have previously been treated in class. <br />5<br />6<br />Evaluation is incorporated as part of the learning process. <br />
  4. 4. Step 1: The rationale. Why? Choosing an area of interest<br />Enhancing autonomy<br />Interact with non-modified input<br />Increase motivation in the language learning process<br />Skills integration<br />
  5. 5. Step 2 & 3: specification of the communicative objectives & Planning the final task(s)<br />Negotiation with the students of the type of programs we are going to work with based on:<br /><ul><li>Quiz shows
  6. 6. News
  7. 7. Weather forecast
  8. 8. Commercials
  9. 9. Talk shows
  10. 10. Telenovelas
  11. 11.
  12. 12. Students interests and needs
  13. 13. Language implications
  14. 14. Time constraints
  15. 15. Sessions based </li></li></ul><li>Discussion and analysis of the content with the students.<br />To prevent frustration<br />To create expectation<br />To involve students<br />To determine the organization and order of the sessions<br />Why?<br />Step 4: Specification of the components (thematic & linguistic)<br />
  16. 16. Step 4: example<br />Week 4: Weather Forecast<br />
  17. 17. Step 5: planning of enabling + communicative tasks & Recycling and systematizing of previously treated elements <br />
  18. 18. Step 5: example. Enabling and communicativetask(s)<br />Expl. Week 2: Quiz show<br />
  19. 19. Step 6: Evaluation <br />Evaluation as part of the process: <br />The progress related to the completion of the different enabling task & in relation to the final project. <br />Final evaluation: <br />students simulation and performance of the project<br />Evaluation of the project:<br />Students opinion about working with a project <br />
  20. 20. Give more emphasis to the different aspects learnt during the course. <br />Need more previous work (planning, foreseeing of problems & material collection)<br />Letting students be more involved: sharing responsibilities <br />More flexibility <br />Final Notes. Some afterthoughts <br />
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