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  • 1. Sharing, we are even better Lesson Planning under ICT Victor GAO 2002 年 2 月 5 日
  • 2. The problem
    • Teaching can be a lonely job
    • Some teachers have taught for many years but have very little change in their teaching style
  • 3. The tired teacher
  • 4. The challenges
    • To break down the traditional isolation approach to teaching methodologies and lesson planning
    • T o ensure maximum utilization of this technology as we incorporate it into our educational curriculum
  • 5. What caused the isolation in teachers ’ lesson planning
    • Usually solely and entirely responsible for the plan
    • It is a lonely one-person operation in most cases
    • Implementing a poorly designed lesson plan is counter productive
  • 6. What caused the isolation in teachers ’ lesson planning .
    • Implementing a poorly designed lesson plan is in fact counter productive for both the teachers and the students.
  • 7. Facilitating communication between colleagues
    • Consensuses building and collaboration
    • T he channels of communication
  • 8. Reasons for shared lesson planning
    • The textbooks
    • The learners
    • The National English Curriculum and ITC and methodology
    • ELT teachers do feel at a lost when they open the textbooks at night to plan their lessons .
  • 9. Where is the way?
  • 10. How can we help a teacher teach better?
    • Teachers using the same texts should plan lessons on computer and share them
  • 11.
  • 12. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • A new look of the lesson plan
        • Use of multimedia facilities
        • Learner-centred
        • Scan the text for a PowerPoint or Doc file
  • 13.
  • 14.
  • 15. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Plans shared by the team
      • Each teacher be responsible for one or two language units
  • 16. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Plans on computers
  • 17. Advantages for preparing lesson plans on computers
    • Shared and stored in teachers’ computers
    • Easy to modify
    • Adaptable and flexible
    • Improve plans further
  • 18. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Updating the plans
    • Collecting all teachers’ expertise to break down the isolation
  • 19. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Self-improvement stimulated
    • Challenge and competition can be encouraged among teachers .
  • 20. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • ICT manipulation skills
      • Shared planning can mobilize all teachers ’ knowledge and experience in using ICT
  • 21. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Guaranteed quality
      • Sharing can standardize the lesson plans at a quality level.
  • 22. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Make full use of doc or PowerPoint file e.g.
      • Word processing skills
      • Make your own website
      • www.liv.ac.uk/%7Ecnewton/
  • 23. A PowerPoint file
  • 24. A doc file
  • 25. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Learning from British counterparts
  • 26. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Diverse types of lesson plans
      • A PowerPoint file for visual input
    What’s the weather like in …? Which is the coldest, warmest city today? Witch city has the best weather?
  • 27. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Surfing online
      • Advice from David Eastman
    • (See in the handout)
  • 28. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Learning online
      • Advice from Andrew Stokes
    • (See in the handout)
  • 29. Options to the Goal
  • 30. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Steps for shared lesson planning
      • a.   decide the lesson type you want to plan b.   work out the format of the lesson
      • c.    give each teacher some skill practice in planning
        • monitor the progress
        • the lessons finished should be made available on the intranet
        • to reflect on the lessons
        • build on the existing lesson plan
  • 31. Considerations of the shared lesson planning
    • Misuse and disadvantage
      • a.   developing tired eyes due to unfriendly format, size or and colours
      • c.    boxed seats
        • isolated activities
        • misuse of a program
  • 32. www.liv.ac.uk/%7Ecnewton
  • 33. Conclusion
    • Shared lesson planning is action research