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    Creating communicative activities Creating communicative activities Presentation Transcript

    • CREATINGCOMMUNICATIVEACTIVITIES FORTECHNICAL ENGLISHLEARNERSIATET Webinar 27.06.2012 – Claire Hart
    • Communicative activities The Cinderella of technical English?
    • Five Steps 1. Communicative event analysis 2. 5. Feedback/ Communicative post-task event selection 4. Student- 3. Language driven input simulation
    • 1. Communicative eventanalysis What do you...? Who do you...? How often do you...? Why do you...? What´s your role...?
    • What...? Explain how to process acontractWho...? Colleagues from home & abroadHow often...? About once a monthWhy...? Processing is always done inEnglishYour role...? Trainer/ guide
    • Manfred the milling shopmanagerHas contact with: other managers in his department colleagues in other countries suppliers from other countries customers in other countries
    • 2. Prioritising communicativeevents What factor should impact the most when we prioritise communicative events?
    • 3. Language input Making a phone call to a supplier 1. Asking for information 2. Making requests 3. Negotiating
    • 3. Language Input Taking part in an international meeting Active listening Making suggestions Talking about the future
    • 4. Student-driven simulation RELEVANT AWARE ALERT
    • 5. Feedback / post-task How do you do feedback? Have you tried?• Recording the learners or having them record themselves?• Using Jing to give video feedback?http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html
    • Thanks for coming along...Please stay in touch:clairehart@gmail.combusinessenglishlessonplans.wordpress.com