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Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
Before words ISTEK 2011
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Before words ISTEK 2011

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Slides from my workshop at ISTEK on Sunday 3rd April

Slides from my workshop at ISTEK on Sunday 3rd April

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    • 1. Please make sure you have
      • A piece of folded paper
      • 2. Your pen or pencil at the ready
    • Before words:
      ideas for using images and sound in the language classroom
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/larahsphotography/2795012899/
    • 3. Who is Mike Harrison?
      ESOL teacher
      Bromley College of Further and Higher Education
    • 4. Why use drawing and sounds?
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/kurros/150160910/
      araba
      ???
      ???
      Mike
      Yohimar
      Carla
    • 5. ???
      Why use drawing and sounds?
      motor çalıştırılıyor
      ???
      Mike
      Yohimar
      Carla
    • 6. Mentalese?
      Do people literally think in English [...] or are our thoughts couched in some [...] language of thought, and merely clothed in words whenever we need to communicate them to another listener?
      Pinker (1994)
    • 7. Where are you?
      Play music or sound effect and ask students to imagine where they are
      Give them a situation
      Let it run
      • Music files from website
      • 8. http://www.pacdv.com/sounds/
      • 9. BBC sound FX CDs
    • Drawing monsters
      Take a piece of paper
      Fold into four
      Mark neck, waist, wrists and knees
      Draw head, pass on
      Draw upper body, pass on
      Draw thighs
      Draw feet
      Unfold
    • 10. Drawing monsters
    • 11. Predict a poem
      3
      1
      2
      5
      6
      4
    • 12. Predict a poem
      Show images / Predict content /
      Watch and reassess
    • 13. Musical stories
      Divide a piece of paper into quarters
      Number 1-4
      Play 4 pieces of music
      Draw or write words for whatever comes into your head
    • 14. Musical stories
    • 15. Thank yous
      @carlaraguseo and @Yohimar for agreeing to appear in my imaginary Turkish lesson
      @IsılBoy @springrose12 (Tuba) @ErenNesrin @DaveDodgson for help with Turkish translations
      @burcuakyol and everyone involved at ISTEK for the chance to be here
    • 16. Useful links and bibliography
      Free downloadable sound FX
      http://www.pacdv.com/sounds/
      Posts on my blog
      http://bit.ly/mikedrawing (monsters)
      http://bit.ly/mikepoem (First Day At School)
      Pinker, S (1994/2000) The Language Instinct; Penguin pp47-78
      Mike Harrison
      www.mikejharrison.com / @harrisonmike
      Mike Harrison’s Blog (Facebook)

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