The Results of the Course: “The Developmental Education”
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The Results of the Course: “The Developmental Education” The Results of the Course: “The Developmental Education” Presentation Transcript

  • Vasilyeva J. Kruze D. Mikryukova A. Cheremnykh L.
  • The Whole language Learning Critical thinking Concrete poetry TMI Model Text
  • Concrete Poetry
    • Poetry is much more informative
    • than any non-poetic forms of speech .
    • U.M. Lotman
    • The 50s of the XX century
    • The main traits:
    • PUN, variations with lexical meanings, scripts, graphics.
    • Develops mental abilities
    • Can be easily implemented into English lessons.
    Poetry booklet
    • A small thematically and rhythmically organized text with a repeating grammatical structure, which reflects communicative situations from real life.
    • Easily perceived, learned and kept in mind, makes pupils feel involved in the process of studying and readiness to participate in communication.
    • Connected, uninterrupted, integral, thematic, complete, informative, communication oriented
    • Working with a model text during a lesson, pupils demonstrate their language competence as well as express their feelings and emotions.
    • A learning process becomes very creative.
    • This technology is very simple and effective at the same time.
    Lesson plan
    • You cannot measure intelligence. It is multiple
    • Howard Gardner
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    • “ Not every criticism is a thought,
    • but every thought is criticism”
    • F. Iscander
    • Readiness and ability to plan
    • Flexibility
    • Persistence
    • Readiness to correct mistakes
    • Realization (understanding, reasoning)
    • Search for compromises
  • Achievements:
    • We know and understand the technology of the development of critical thinking;
    • We have an experience of applying some methods;
    • We are ready to use the technology in our activity.
    • We can prove it by the lesson plan
    Lesson plan
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