Bang for your buck

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Bang for your buck

  1. 1. NATECLA ESOL on a Shoestring 19th October 2013
  2. 2. Objectives: • to explore very cheap and free resources to facilitate ESOL teaching on a budget, sharing best practice • to discuss teaching methods which maximise learning rates
  3. 3. Pressures on students: • urgent need for English to enable independence • Citizenship: increased requirements
  4. 4. • • • • Pressures on providers Credit-based funding ILPs – reduction Fees – students need value for money Our future
  5. 5. Teaching methods and retention rates The Pyramid of Learning
  6. 6. Teaching methods and retention rates Task: Match the delivery method to the percentage rate of how much learning is retained You have 5 minutes!
  7. 7. Percentage retained Method 5% 10% 20% 30% 50% 75% 90%
  8. 8. Percentage retained Method 5% 10% 20% 30% 50% 75% 90% Lecture
  9. 9. Percentage retained Method 5% Lecture 10% Reading 20% 30% 50% 75% 90%
  10. 10. Percentage retained Method 5% Lecture 10% Reading 20% Audio visual 30% 50% 75% 90%
  11. 11. Percentage retained Method 5% Lecture 10% Reading 20% Audio visual 30% Demonstration 50% 75% 90%
  12. 12. Percentage retained Method 5% Lecture 10% Reading 20% Audio visual 30% Demonstration 50% Discussion group 75% 90%
  13. 13. Percentage retained Method 5% Lecture 10% Reading 20% Audio visual 30% Demonstration 50% Discussion group 75% Practice by doing 90%
  14. 14. Percentage retained Method 5% Lecture 10% Reading 20% Audio visual 30% Demonstration 50% Discussion group 75% Practice by doing 90% Teaching others
  15. 15. Pyramid of learning
  16. 16. A couple of questions… • What is a resource? • What is a good resource? 1 minute to discuss!
  17. 17. A couple of questions… • What is a resource? Anything!
  18. 18. A couple of questions… • What is a good resource? Enables and stimulates a specific learning point, in a particular context Enables differentiation of level/learning style
  19. 19. Discuss together an effective cheap/free resource, concept or activity you would like to share. Write up on flip chart paper. Include your names and organisation on the top to be credited! 10 minutes
  20. 20. Top tips:
  21. 21. Top tips: • Students are your best resource
  22. 22. Top tips: • Students are your best resource • Think local
  23. 23. Top tips: • Students are your best resource • Think local • Realia
  24. 24. ‘Free’ worksheets • Not free! • Not conducive to effective teaching and learning
  25. 25. Thank you for your contributions They will all be shared on the NATECLA website

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