Fundamentals of Teaching Chinese

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  • 1. Fundamentals of Teaching ChineseFriday, March 9, 12
  • 2. I have 2 websites - Creative Chinese 我有两个网站 – 创意中文 CreativeChinese www.creativechinese.comFriday, March 9, 12
  • 3. 在这里我向世界各地的很多教师 分享我教中文的方法。 With the websites I can able to share my Chinese teaching methods with teachers from all around the world.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 4. Gigglepotz h+p://gigglepotz.com/ 另一个网站是: 格格笑 在这个网站里有一个非常灵活的教学内容Friday, March 9, 12
  • 5. 所以希望,在我的介绍的期间,你们会发现 新的创意 和乐趣。你可以用它来教中文。 Therefore I hope during this time, you can discover new ways of teaching Chinese that are creative and fun!Friday, March 9, 12
  • 6. We are all learners!Friday, March 9, 12
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  • 15. Classroom Management 课堂管理 Assessment for Learning 学习评估 Integrating culture 文化集成Friday, March 9, 12
  • 16. Classroom  Management   • Before  entering  the  classroom   • In  the  classroomFriday, March 9, 12
  • 17. What’s  the  climate  like  in  your  classroom? 你课堂的教学气氛怎样?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 18. Yes....  Learning  Chinese  takes  work!Friday, March 9, 12
  • 19. What’s  the  climate  of  your  classroom? The WhirlwindFriday, March 9, 12
  • 20. The FreezeFriday, March 9, 12
  • 21. The StormFriday, March 9, 12
  • 22. Hawaii - Student engagementFriday, March 9, 12
  • 23. 看起来好玩! 他们中文怎么 说那么好? 哇!学习那么多事情Friday, March 9, 12
  • 24. We  need  to  develop  a  ‘climate’  in  the  classroom   that  ensures  learning. 我们需要在课堂上, 创造一个丰富的“学习气氛” We want a productive climate of learning 以便鼓励学生学习。Friday, March 9, 12 .
  • 25. Develop  a  PosiJve  Climate  for  Learning 提高学习的积极态度 Tígāo xuéxí de jījí tàidù Celebrate LearningFriday, March 9, 12
  • 26. YOU  set  the  climate  of  your   classroom!Friday, March 9, 12
  • 27. Classroom  ExpectaJons 课堂上的纪律和行为的期望 • Write  them  down  写下来 • Teach  them  to  students  教学生 • PracJced  by  students  学生练习 • Enforced  by  teacher老师严格要求Friday, March 9, 12
  • 28. Classroom  ExpectaJons 课堂上的纪律和行为的期望 I am clear about what is expected of me in class.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 29. Ask students to sign a Class Contract of rules. 要求学生签署有关课堂规则的合同。Friday, March 9, 12
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  • 31. Learning  requires  a  PosiJve  relaJonship  with   students • The  AffecJve  Filter   can  block  or   enhance  learning.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 32. Rehearsing  language 如何控制嘈杂音?Friday, March 9, 12
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  • 36. MoJvaJonal  Ideas  /  IncenJves 刺激主意 / 奖励 Possible rewards, besides those used as a school-wide system are: - a note home to parents about achievements - name on a special chart which earns a later tangible reward - being given special responsibilities - being allowed to go first - having extra choicesFriday, March 9, 12
  • 37. 10th  Grade  IncenJves • Class  trip  to  Chinatown  -­‐  9th  grade • Karaoke  night  -­‐  10th  gradeFriday, March 9, 12
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  • 39. A  Classroom  Economy一间有关(讲)经济的教室Friday, March 9, 12
  • 40. The  Great  Wall  Trek Your Power sourceFriday, March 9, 12
  • 41. Use  an  informal  ObservaJon  Chart  to  monitor   students 使用一个非正式的观察图表来引导学生。Friday, March 9, 12
  • 42. Have  a  ‘Quiet’  Signal 有一个安静的信号 ‘Peace’  平安 举手,举手, 举起你的手! 一二三! Hands  Up  rhyme:  举手Friday, March 9, 12
  • 43. Minimize  ‘dead  zones’ • Students  write  Learning   Outcomes  when  they  enter   the  classroom. • Date:  三月,十五号 • Review  last  lessons  vocabulary   -­‐  Talk  Partner • Ppt  -­‐  Sentence  structures • PracJce  role-­‐play Be Super PreparedFriday, March 9, 12
  • 44. Brain  Warm  ups! 给大脑做个热身运动 • Quick  TranslaJon 快速翻译 • Numbers:  Write  as  many  numbers  as  you  can. 写下你能想到的所有数字 • Write  all  the  food  words  you  know. 写下你知道的所有食物有关的单词 • Write  all  the  Chinese  words  with  口 写下所有带“口”的中文词汇Friday, March 9, 12
  • 45. Let’s  Review   让我们来回顾一下 Have  an  ExpectaJons  and   Procedures  Plan Text 有一个预期和 一个实现的计划Friday, March 9, 12
  • 46. Let’s  Review Set  up  an  IncenJve  Plan  for  the  students.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 47. Let’s  Review “Share one thing you have learnt today.” 分享下你今天学到的东西Friday, March 9, 12
  • 48. Let’s  Review • Get  students  to  ‘buy  into’  the  language  program!Friday, March 9, 12
  • 49. Assessment  for  Learning 1.Why? 2.What? 3.When? 4.How?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 50. Assessment  for  LearningFriday, March 9, 12
  • 51. The  tradiJonal  model  of  Assessment 传统的评估方式 Teach                                Test                          Move  onFriday, March 9, 12
  • 52. Repeat...... Teach Test Move onFriday, March 9, 12
  • 53. Teach  -­‐  Test  -­‐  Move  onFriday, March 9, 12
  • 54. Assessment  for  Learning  Model During vs. AfterFriday, March 9, 12
  • 55. ‘On  the  Plane’  Speaking  task Target I can introduce myself and family to a Chinese speaker Repairing communication I can introduce skills my family Role-play ‘On members the Plane’ with a I can describe partner my nationality Peer-Assessed Family Tree  Portfolio I can ask and reflection by state age student I can state Class Survey / my name and presentation of inquire about results to the others names class Taking Roll Observations Check in with studentsFriday, March 9, 12
  • 56. Goal Interview a Sports Person 4 Subskill Assessment Listening Quiz 3 Subskill Assessment Role-play with partner 2 Subskill Assessment Label sports/match sentences 1 Subskill Assessment Informal checklistFriday, March 9, 12
  • 57. Do  you  acJvate  Prior  Knowledge? 你让学生事先预习过知识了么?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 58. KWLFriday, March 9, 12
  • 59. Get ready to go to China! On the Plane My new home at at the Ho My new home the Hotel My school life in ChinaFriday, March 9, 12
  • 60.   feedback   provides  the  learner  informa8on  with: Where I want to be Where I amFriday, March 9, 12
  • 61.   feedback    SuggesJons,  hints,  or  cues  for  improvement ....more  effecJve  for  learning  than  praise  or   comments  about  performanceFriday, March 9, 12
  • 62. As  teachers,  we  need  to  reject  the   noJon  that... Assessment  is  something  we  do  to  studentsFriday, March 9, 12
  • 63. ENGAGE  Learners  in  the  Assessment   processFriday, March 9, 12
  • 64. I learn best when I understand what the Learning Target is.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 65. I  learn  best  when  I  am  given  feedback  about  the  quality  of  my   work,  and  what  I  can  do  to  improve it.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 66. I learn best when I am fully involved in deciding what needs to be done next.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 67. I learn best when I am given opportunities to reflect on my learning and are given advice on how to make improvements.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 68. Do  you  provide  Learning  Goals  to   students? Develop  student-­‐friendly  Learning  Maps  at  Jme  of   planning.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 69. Clear Learning Outcomes What am I going to learn today? 我今天要学习什么?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 70. 1.  Student-­‐Friendly  Learning  IntenJons • Provide  students  with  a  clear  and   understandable  vision  of  the  learning  target. I can..... I can tell... I can read.. I am able to ..... I know..... I will be able to ..... I can write... I am learning how to.....Friday, March 9, 12
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  • 73. Display  the  Learning  Goals  in  the  classroom. We are learning to.... What I am looking for....Friday, March 9, 12
  • 74. Learning Goals for Role-play We are Learning What I am looking for... to... Greet and welcome a friend. Clear and loud Chinese pronunciation Ask a friend what they would like to eat. Correct pronunciation of Chinese Ask a friend what they would like to Lots of expression! drink. Gestures to support language Express hunger and thirst! Suitable props to make the role-play Express my food/drink likes and dislikes authentic Use ‘Thank you’ in social settingsFriday, March 9, 12
  • 75. Do  you  show  students  what  good  work  looks  like?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 76. Self  Assessment  of  Role-­‐play Clear and loud Chinese pronunciation Suitable props to make the role-play authentic Correct pronunciation of Chinese Lots of expression! Gestures to support languageFriday, March 9, 12
  • 77. My  Chinese  Learning  Log ! I!am!now!able!to…! ! The!thing!I!most!enjoyed!about!today’s!lesson! was…!!This!is!because…! ! At!the!start!of!the!lesson,!I!didn’t!know…! ! I!need!to!improve!on!my…! ! I!have!learnt!today!that…! ! I!feel!more!confident!about!…! Download a Chinese Portfolio: http://www.creativechinese.com/2011/04/18/chinese-learning-portfolio/Friday, March 9, 12
  • 78. Weekly  ReflecJon  Sheets 给学生的每周反馈表Friday, March 9, 12
  • 79.   feedback   provides  the  learner  informa8on  with: Where I want to be Where I amFriday, March 9, 12
  • 80. 4.  Design  acJviJes  that  challenge   and  moJvate! •  video clips •  observations •  audio clips •  photographs •  transcript •  drawings •  diaries •  models •  reports •  checklists •  PowerPoint presentations •  highlighting •  notes •  cartoons •  posters •  storyboards •  ...Friday, March 9, 12
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  • 82. Assessment  -­‐  Let’s  Review! • Student-­‐friendly  Targets/ Learning  IntenJons • Show  students  what  good   work  looks  like • Learning  Porcolios • Use  Feedback  to  move   students  toward  their  Goal • Self  Assessment  and  Peer   AssessmentFriday, March 9, 12
  • 83. Infusing CultureFriday, March 9, 12
  • 84. 你怎样灌输文化?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 85. How do you infuse culture? Cultural Infusion Added as an extra to Complements and enriches the language languageFriday, March 9, 12
  • 86. How do you infuse culture? Cultural Infusion Isolated topics IntegratedFriday, March 9, 12
  • 87. How do you infuse culture? Cultural Infusion Limited relevance Meaningful and AppropriateFriday, March 9, 12
  • 88. How do you infuse culture? Cultural Infusion Facts about…. Inquiry-based and activeFriday, March 9, 12
  • 89. How do you infuse culture? Cultural Infusion Unrelated to previous knowledge Connects to previous knowledgeFriday, March 9, 12
  • 90. What is culture? Attitudes, values, ideas Perspectives culture Products Practices Social interaction Foods, buildings, music, tools, artwork etc.,Friday, March 9, 12
  • 91. What is culture? Why? Culture What? When and How?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 92. What is culture? Perspective Colour red Evil spirits Good luck Lucky symbols Money Numbers - 四 sì -死 sǐ •Etiquette Culture •Celebrations •Weddings •Chinese New Year Product Practice 紅包 hóngbāoFriday, March 9, 12
  • 93. Student-centered Inquiry What do you want to know about China?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 94. KWL Worksheet for studentsFriday, March 9, 12
  • 95. Which cultural experiences? 3. Authentic Materials music posters signs tickets money stamps newspapers menusFriday, March 9, 12
  • 96. Which cultural experiences? 4. ‘Real’ Language Is it related to Learning Outcomes? Does it provide exposure to real language? (Philips and Shettlesworth 1978; Clarke 1989; Peacock 1997, cited in Richards, 2001)Friday, March 9, 12
  • 97. 来北京飞机场 我不喜欢去理发 周末计划 去看棒球比赛 你喜欢你的校服吗?Friday, March 9, 12
  • 98. Which cultural experiences? Authentic MaterialsFriday, March 9, 12
  • 99. Which cultural experiences? • Whole School - Chinese festivals • Whole School – Karaoke Contest • Whole School - 踢毽子 Challenge • Whole School - Monthly Chinese Film NightFriday, March 9, 12
  • 100. How do you infuse culture? Culture needs to be ‘lived’!Friday, March 9, 12
  • 101. Language Culture • Compare school lunches • Express likes and dislikes • Eating out at a restaurant • Ordering food • My favourite food + • Celebrations and food • History of chopsticks • Design menusFriday, March 9, 12
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  • 103. How do you infuse culture? Month by MonthFriday, March 9, 12
  • 104. How do you infuse culture? Choose a Theme School LifeFriday, March 9, 12
  • 105. How do you infuse culture? Language Outcomes Students will be able to: 1. Express likes/dislikes of school subjects to a friend. 2. Help someone find their way around the school buildings. 3. Explain a student’s daily schedule to a Chinese exchange student. 4. Research Chinese school uniforms and design a new uniform. 5. Design your dream school and present information about buildings, subjects and uniform to the class.Friday, March 9, 12
  • 106. How do you infuse culture? School LifeFriday, March 9, 12
  • 107. How do you infuse culture? School Life Products School Uniforms Timetables Comparing Timetables 容易/ 比较 / 最/ 非常 Textbooks BuildingsFriday, March 9, 12
  • 108. How do you infuse culture? School Life Practices Daily routine School regulations Food / Lunches Classroom behaviourFriday, March 9, 12
  • 109. How do you infuse culture? School Life Perspectives – past/present Role of teacher Curriculum Expectations for students SuccessFriday, March 9, 12
  • 110. 110Friday, March 9, 12
  • 111. 1 Question 1 2 Things I knew already 1 2 3 new Things I would like to use in my classroom. 1 2 3 Think, Pair, Share 思考 , 互相交流, 分享 Sīkǎo, hù xiàng jiāoliú, fēnxiǎngFriday, March 9, 12
  • 112. Fundamentals  of  Teaching  Chinese   Website: www.creativechinese.com User Name: cardiff2012 / cardiff2012Friday, March 9, 12
  • 113. shaz@creativechinese.comFriday, March 9, 12