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  • 1. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages“Best of” ACTFL Toys 2011 ACTFL Teachers of the Year Showcase the Three Modeshttp://bestofactfltoys.wikispaces.com www.actfl.org
  • 2. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages http://bestofactfltoys.wikispaces.com www.actfl.org
  • 3. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Wallwisher: Add your comments, etc.HTTP://WWW.WALLWISHER.COM/WALL/BESTOFTOYS2011 www.actfl.org
  • 4. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Interpersonal Mode
  • 5. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Interpretive Mode
  • 6. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Presentational Mode
  • 7. AmericanCouncil on the Teaching of American Council on the Teaching ofForeign Languages Foreign Languages Interpretive ModeSimply put, the Interpretive Mode refers to the ability to listen to or read a text and interpret its meaning. It is NOT a translation; It IS an opportunity for language learners to construct their own meaning at their own level www.actfl.org
  • 8. AmericanCouncil on the Teaching ofAmerican Council on the Teaching ofForeign Languages Foreign LanguagesWhat can students DO in the Interpretive Mode? www.actfl.org
  • 9. American Council on the Teaching of American Council on the Teaching ofForeign Languages Foreign Languages✦mark words, phrases, ideas they understand✦ identify the main idea; find supportingdetails and mark where located in the text✦ infer meaning of words in context✦ determine the theme of a song from rhythm,chorus, visual clues in video✦ draw what is being described / follow a routeon a map as it is described www.actfl.org
  • 10. AmericanCouncil on the Teaching of American Council on the Teaching ofForeign Languages Foreign Languages Resources for Interpretive Mode authentic textsAll Languages - Virtual Picture Album (CARLA) - Flickr photo galleries- Google Maps See lots more at bestofactfltoys.wikispaces.com www.actfl.org
  • 11. American Council on the Teaching of American Council on the Teaching ofForeign Languages Foreign LanguagesSpanish - zachary-jones.com/ zambombazo - prensaescrita.com - University of Texas laits (Spn& French)French - frenchified.com - Bob Ponterio’s video links shared through the FLTeach Listserv- 7 jourssur la planète (TV 5 Monde) www.actfl.org
  • 12. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Interpretive Mode for FLES and beyond Understanding written and oral authentic materials and reading between the lines www.actfl.org
  • 13. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesSongsCatalogs and AdsZoo sitesFolktalesFairy talesMaps, Movie trailers paired with withChartsChecklistsQuestionsDrawing responsesGraphic organizers www.actfl.org
  • 14. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesEuros El corte inglés, España Sanborns, MéxicoPesosJamónChocolateFacebookCaballerosJuguetesVideojuegosMujerPortátil www.actfl.org
  • 15. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesMORE WAYS TO LISTEN OR READ FOR APURPOSE…check-off items from a listput sentences in correct order…sequence!put vocabulary in categoriescreate YOUR OWN questions from info in the piececreate a title or headline www.actfl.org
  • 16. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Interpersonal Communication• Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. www.actfl.org
  • 17. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages• Provide opportunities for interaction – Get ‗em gabbin!• Teacher talk vs. Student talk – Think/Pair/Share – ―Test your partner‖ – Surveys & Interviews www.actfl.org
  • 18. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages• Think/Pair/Share – Great for pre-reading/writing – Brainstorming as part of anticipatory set – Careful: ―Pair‖ is easy to forget! • ―Pair‖ allows students to learn from each other before they have to perform www.actfl.org
  • 19. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages• Test your partner – Manipulatives or visual practice • ―Touch the picture‖, ―Show me the….‖ – Flows effectively from teacher-directed practice – Short time period www.actfl.org
  • 20. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages• Surveys & Interviews – Can be used at all levels • Novice: teacher created questions or question frames to provide student choice • Intermediate +: student created questions – Include ―information gap‖ that requires students to learn something during the activity – Report out = accountability • Choose one and tell me… • Venn diagram to report out on interview www.actfl.org
  • 21. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Successful Speakers … • Know their content • Balance spontaneity and using notes • Maintain eye contact with audience • Use multimedia • Practice • ―Read‖ the audience • Engage the audience— Shrum and Glisans Teachers Handbook: Contextualized LanguageInstruction., 2005. 3rd edition. Thomson/Heinle www.actfl.org
  • 22. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Types of Presentations • Descriptive • Narrative • Demonstrations • Explanatory • Transformative— Shrum and Glisans Teachers Handbook: Contextualized Language Instruction., 2005. 3rd edition. Thomson/Heinle www.actfl.org
  • 23. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages•Descriptive – describe something or someone, experiences, feelings, objects, places, people or events.•Narrative – tell a story.•Demonstrations – demonstrate understanding of how something works or instructions on how to do something.•Explanatory – provide evidence to justify why something is so.•Transformative – persuade an audience to adopt the presenter‘s point of view. [Note: this means convincing someone to change their way of thinking, i.e. breaking a stereotype.] www.actfl.org
  • 24. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Channel SurfingDirections:You will have five minutes create a ―show‖based on the description on your card. Allmembers of your group must be involvedand play a role in the ―show‖ when youperform it. www.actfl.org
  • 25. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages• News, Weather & Sports• Cooking Show• Nickelodeon• Reality TV• Home repair / Extreme Make-over• Arts & Entertainment Channel• History Channel www.actfl.org
  • 26. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages The Integrated Performance Assessment (IPA) is anassessment featuring three tasks,each task reflects one of the three modes of communication-- Interpretive, Interpersonal and Presentational. http://www.actfl.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3565 www.actfl.org
  • 27. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesThe three tasks are aligned within a single theme.✦standards-based✦performance-based✦can be used at any level✦evaluated with rubric www.actfl.org
  • 28. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages www.actfl.org
  • 29. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages www.actfl.org
  • 30. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages www.actfl.org
  • 31. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesExample #2 IPASchool Supplies 1. Interpretive Task 2. Interpersonal Task 3. Presentational Task www.actfl.org
  • 32. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesThe Keys to AssessingLanguage Performance:Teachers Manualby Paul SandrockAvailable at actfl.org www.actfl.org
  • 33. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesBest of ACTFL TOYS Wikispace:bestofactfltoys.wikispaces.com Thank you www.actfl.org