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1Shaun WildenSerbia May 20131Projecting 21st century languageskills1
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11What do we mean by a „project‟?A project is an extended piece of work on aparticular topic where the content and thepres...
11Why do project work?•develops confidence and independence.•real-world collaboration.•allows for creativity.•good for mix...
11Beckett and Slater: The project framework: a tool for language, content, and skills
11Why do project work?•develops confidence and independence.•real-world collaboration.•allows for creativity.•good for mix...
11http://www.p21.org/overview
11Examples from Headway PI and Solutions PI
11Things to wearThe NewsFoodFree timeWork life balanceMy favourite writerSounding politeGoodbyeA postcardSportPopular Fest...
11- Take out your phone.- Talk about its functions.- Find a couple of things all your phones do.- Do you have photo on you...
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11Free time - take a photo ofyour weekendSending apostcardEnglish around youVisual DictionaryDigital Scavengerhuntexam tas...
11Free time - take a photo of your weekend
11Exam tasks / art gallery / odd one out
11Headway PIPractice a language pointVisual Dictionary
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111 a centre for project.2 a record of work covered in classes.3 highlighting core lesson vocabulary.4 highlighting core g...
11English around youhttp://www.glogster.com
11Headway PISending a postcard
11Collaborative Story tellingHeadway Elementary
11http://comiclife.com
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11Digital Scavenger huntGive me a letter......
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11Planning a project“We find the best wayto start is to think of theend-product”Philips, Bruwood & Dunford: Projects with ...
11From Project Work by Fried-Booth
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11Examples from Headway PI and Solutions PIEnd productAreasCoveredIntroduceNegotiateManageEvaluate
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11http://www.teachersfirst.com/content/wiki/
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11Solutions - Elementary
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11NewsA school / class magazine on a wikiAn emagazine using a site like http://issuu.com
11Monitoring andevaluatingA weekly review → a handouta journal (can be spoken)emailsClassroom discussions / class feedback...
11http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNQAV-AkGME
11Podcasting / Recording audioAudio dictionariesAudio gap fillsGuess what I am talkingabout
11Podcasting / Recording audioAudio dictionariesAudio gap fillsGuess what I am talkingabout
11Podcasting / Recording audioAudio dictionariesAudio gap fillsGuess what I am talkingaboutClass radioAudio tour guideClas...
11Things to wearThe NewsFoodFree timeWork life balanceMy favourite writerSounding politeGoodbyeA postcardSportPopular Fest...
11Thank you forlisteningshaunwilden@gmail.comdownload the slides, links etcshaunwilden.com
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  1. 1. 1Shaun WildenSerbia May 20131Projecting 21st century languageskills1
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  4. 4. 11What do we mean by a „project‟?A project is an extended piece of work on aparticular topic where the content and thepresentation are determined principally by thelearners.Tom Hutchinson - http://oupeltglobalblog.com/2010/11/26/introduction-to-project-work-what-is-a-project/Project work is student-centered and driven by theneed to create an end-project.Diana L. Fried-Booth Project work OUP
  5. 5. 11Why do project work?•develops confidence and independence.•real-world collaboration.•allows for creativity.•good for mixed ability classes.•draws on other aspects not just linguistic skills.•helps critical thinking skills.•turns language into real communication.•promotes the simultaneous acquisition of language,content, and skills.
  6. 6. 11Beckett and Slater: The project framework: a tool for language, content, and skills
  7. 7. 11Why do project work?•develops confidence and independence.•real-world collaboration.•allows for creativity.•good for mixed ability classes.•draws on other aspects not just linguistic skills.•helps critical thinking skills.•turns language into real communication.•promotes the simultaneous acquisition of language,content, and skills.
  8. 8. 11http://www.p21.org/overview
  9. 9. 11Examples from Headway PI and Solutions PI
  10. 10. 11Things to wearThe NewsFoodFree timeWork life balanceMy favourite writerSounding politeGoodbyeA postcardSportPopular FestivalsA questionnaireA cafeWhere are theyfrom? Some topics in Headway Elementary, PI andSolutions Elementary and PI
  11. 11. 11- Take out your phone.- Talk about its functions.- Find a couple of things all your phones do.- Do you have photo on your device?- Show it and talk about it to your partner.
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  14. 14. 11Free time - take a photo ofyour weekendSending apostcardEnglish around youVisual DictionaryDigital Scavengerhuntexam tasks / art gallery / odd one outPractice alanguage point
  15. 15. 11Free time - take a photo of your weekend
  16. 16. 11Exam tasks / art gallery / odd one out
  17. 17. 11Headway PIPractice a language pointVisual Dictionary
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  19. 19. 111 a centre for project.2 a record of work covered in classes.3 highlighting core lesson vocabulary.4 highlighting core grammar.5 homework reminders.6 important term reminders.7 exam practice activities.8 links to external practice sites.9 providing a “safe” online communication environment.10 developing group rapport.
  20. 20. 11English around youhttp://www.glogster.com
  21. 21. 11Headway PISending a postcard
  22. 22. 11Collaborative Story tellingHeadway Elementary
  23. 23. 11http://comiclife.com
  24. 24. 11
  25. 25. 11Digital Scavenger huntGive me a letter......
  26. 26. 11
  27. 27. 11Planning a project“We find the best wayto start is to think of theend-product”Philips, Bruwood & Dunford: Projects with young learners
  28. 28. 11From Project Work by Fried-Booth
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  31. 31. 11Examples from Headway PI and Solutions PIEnd productAreasCoveredIntroduceNegotiateManageEvaluate
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  33. 33. 11http://www.teachersfirst.com/content/wiki/
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  35. 35. 11
  36. 36. 11Solutions - Elementary
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  40. 40. 11NewsA school / class magazine on a wikiAn emagazine using a site like http://issuu.com
  41. 41. 11Monitoring andevaluatingA weekly review → a handouta journal (can be spoken)emailsClassroom discussions / class feedback sessionsEvaluate based on the objectives / end outcomeFeedback based on task first then the language
  42. 42. 11http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNQAV-AkGME
  43. 43. 11Podcasting / Recording audioAudio dictionariesAudio gap fillsGuess what I am talkingabout
  44. 44. 11Podcasting / Recording audioAudio dictionariesAudio gap fillsGuess what I am talkingabout
  45. 45. 11Podcasting / Recording audioAudio dictionariesAudio gap fillsGuess what I am talkingaboutClass radioAudio tour guideClass learning podcast
  46. 46. 11Things to wearThe NewsFoodFree timeWork life balanceMy favourite writerSounding politeGoodbyeA postcardSportPopular FestivalsA questionnaireA cafeWhere are theyfrom? Some topics in Headway Elementary, PI andSolutions Elementary and PI
  47. 47. 11Thank you forlisteningshaunwilden@gmail.comdownload the slides, links etcshaunwilden.com
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