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  1. 1. ——韶关市小学英语骨干教师送教始兴县高峰小学 ——韶关市小学英语骨干教师送教始兴县高峰小学 韶关市小学英语骨干教师 2011 年 5 月 19 日至 20 日,韶关市教育局教研室选派了市区小学语文、数学和 英语的学科骨干教师到始兴县的小学开展优秀课例送教下乡活动。小学语文送教到马 市镇中心小学、数学送教到沈所镇中心小学、其中小学英语选派了曲江区第一小学林 秀琼老师和曲江区城南小学李虹老师到始兴县高峰小学开展送教活动,曲江区教研室 吕志华老师也全程参加了这次送教活动。来自高峰小学周边的小学英语教师代表也参 加了现场优秀课例的送教活动。 首先,上午第一节英语课由高峰小学肖雪孟老师上六年级的英语下册 Recycle2 Let’s Read 部分内容。接着曲江区城南小学李虹老师六年级的英语课 Recycle One, 曲江一小林秀琼老师四年级的英语课 Meet My Family,一个上午 3 节研讨展示课,给参 加现场听课的小学英语教师带来了视觉直观的生动演示。 林秀琼老师的课例设计以认识 家庭成员(Meet My Family)为话 题主线,将词汇教学进行图文演绎. 通过生动地展现教师真实地家 庭信息(目标语言和情感态度有效 地进行了整合) Family Parents Father Mother Baby brother Uncle Aunt 曲江区第一小学 林秀琼老师 在始兴县高峰小学英语展示课 始兴县高峰小学英语展示课 李虹老师的六年级英语展示课,话题围绕问路 Ask the way,展开有关方位East, West, South, North 以及 left andright, up and down 的英语空间认识和表达训练。 通过课堂现场 left and right, turnleft and turn right , turn around 等 TPR 活动训练,过渡到读图教学,阅读英语社区地图交流问路的英文表达。从具体到抽象训练了学生的语言思维。曲江区城南小学李虹老师在始兴高峰小学展示课
  2. 2. 始兴县高峰小学李虹老师的英语展示课掠影(始兴县高峰小学李虹老师的英语展示课掠影(一) 2011 年 5 月 20 日始兴县高峰小学
  3. 3. 始兴县高峰小学林秀琼老师的英语展示课掠影(始兴县高峰小学林秀琼老师的英语展示课掠影(一) 琼老师的英语展示课掠影 2011 年 5 月 20 日始兴县高峰小学
  4. 4. 始兴县高峰小学李虹老师的英语展示课掠影(始兴县高峰小学李虹老师的英语展示课掠影(二) 2011 年 5 月 20 日始兴县高峰小学
  5. 5. 始兴县高峰小学李虹老师的英语展示课掠影(始兴县高峰小学李虹老师的英语展示课掠影(三) 2011 年 5 月 20 日始兴县高峰小学
  6. 6. 肖雪孟老师采用(task-based)语言教学设计了自己的英语课,通过学生小组用英语谈论毕业聚会计划,如何尽情的表达自己的文艺才能。鼓励学生用 What can you do at the party? 展望学生根据自己的喜好和特长选择自己喜欢的表演活动,比如 乐器表演,唱歌、跳舞,玩游戏等活动。推荐同学参加,通过小组调查推荐特长学生的表格信息。肖老师进行了以下任务型教学的尝试: 1)通过表格问卷;What can you do at the party? 2)整理信息;Name and Things can do 3) 话题结构;What can she or he do at the party? (交流呈现转换人称) 4)话题功能;farewell, perform (英语任务型教学,情感的调动,小学毕业聚会表演) 5)读写尝试:表格信息整理目标词汇,课堂表达之后,为课后学生文本英语输出做准备。 始兴县高峰小学肖雪孟老师的英语课掠影( 始兴县高峰小学肖雪孟老师的英语课掠影(一)
  7. 7. 始兴县高峰小学肖雪孟老师的英语课掠影(始兴县高峰小学肖雪孟老师的英语课掠影(二) 2011 年 5 月 20 日始兴县高峰小学
  8. 8. 国际上行动支援活动相关文献:国际上行动支援活动相关文献 行动支援活动相关文献支援行动计划是团队协作活动的常规策略What should we do (or not do) to be successful in this scenario?Having worked your way through the other steps it should now bepossible to establish an action plan in order to move forward. Theaction plan will be defined based on the test results, the internalambitions of the organisation, as well as the strengths andweaknesses that have been identified.Typically, your scenario planning activity fits neatly in the overlapbetween organisational strategy, environmental analysis (yourPESTLE) and more definite elements of forecasting (such as plannedstudent numbers or likely grant allocations), although there may beless obvious connection with these if using the technique for a morelocalised issue or project.If you have undertaken Scenario Planning as a strategic tool, you cantherefore use your resultant action plan as a mechanism to influenceyour operation towards achieving your strategy - this is an area thatJISC infoNet will be addressing over the coming months; more aboutthis in the Moving Forward section.The 7S approach suggests there are seven aspects of an organisationthat need to harmonise with each other, to point in the same directionlike the needles of seven compasses. If each aspect supports the
  9. 9. others then the organisation can be said to be organised. As each ofthese aspects can be titled with a word beginning with S this list orweb has become known as the 7S Model (Waterman, R. H. Peters, T.J. and Philips, J. R. (1980) Structure is not organisation. BusinessHorizons. June. Foundation for the School of Business, IndianaUniversity.)The constituent parts of the 7S Model are:Strategy: plan or course of action leading to the allocation of anorganisations finite resources to reach identified goals.Structure: salient features of the organisational chart (e.g. degree ofhierarchy, extent of centralisation/decentralisation) andinterconnections within the organisation.Systems: procedures and routine processes, including howinformation moves around the organisation.Staff: personnel categories within the organisation, e.g. academics,administrators, technicians.Style: characterisation of how key managers behave in order toachieve the organisations goals.Shared values: the significant meanings or guiding concepts that anorganisation imbues in its members.
  10. 10. Skills: distinctive capabilities of key personnel and the organisationas a whole.The 7S Model can be used in two main ways.Firstly, the strengths and weaknesses of an organisation can beidentified by considering the links between each of the Ss. None of theS components is a strength or a weakness in its own right; it is only itsdegree of support, or otherwise, for the other Ss which is relevant.Any Ss which harmonise with all the other Ss can be thought of asstrengths, any dissonances as weaknesses.The image below can be used to undertake this cross-analysis. Ineach box the action that needs to be taken to align the two elementsis recorded. Click on the image to view the 7S Model template.Secondly, the model highlights how a change made in any one of theSs will have an impact on all of the others. Thus if a planned change isto be effective, then changes in one S must be accompanied bycomplementary changes in the others.Reference:http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/tools/scenario-planning/action-planhttp://blog.sina.com.cn/peers4coaching编辑:广东省韶关市教育局教研室 吴秉健 Edited by John Wu , May, 2011.