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  • 1. Pecha kuchaXII Jornadas CETAActive & Attractive Teaching; Confident & Confortable Learning Luisa María Palacios Maroto
  • 2. What?20 slides20 seconds per slide6 minutes 40seconds presentation
  • 3. Why in class?
  • 4. Work with keycompetences✤ Linguistic competence✤ Digital competence and treatment of information✤ Competence in autonomy and personal initiative✤ Competence in Learning to Learn
  • 5. Multiple subjects✤ Multiple topics✤ Can be used in the EFL classroom✤ Can be used in CLIL classes
  • 6. Benefits in ESL✤ Fosters oral skills✤ Meaningful learning
  • 7. And what else?
  • 8. Have you thought about...✤ teaching your students how to make a good presentation?
  • 9. Goodpresentations...✤ Care about the quality of images✤ Choose a good background- text colour combination✤ Don’t have a lot of text✤ Don’t have lots of bullets, animations...
  • 10. Life after death by Powerpoint Don McMillan
  • 11. Have you thought about...✤ teaching your students how to make a good presentation?✤ make your students speak in front of an audience?
  • 12. Speaking in public✤ Take in mind your audience✤ Do not read✤ Have a good volume
  • 13. But remember! Speaking in public is a very stressful activity
  • 14. Have you thought about...✤ teaching your students how to make a good presentation?✤ make your students speak in front of an audience?✤ talk with your students about copyright?
  • 15. Copyright?✤ Who is the owner of the images in the Internet?✤ How can we use them?✤ What is CC?✤ What happens when we upload a picture to a social network?
  • 16. Have you thought about...✤ teaching your students how to make a good presentation?✤ make your students speak in front of an audience?✤ talk with your students about copyright?✤ make your students reflect about their own work?
  • 17. Autoevaluation✤ Make your students reflect about their own learning, their performance and how they felt when presenting
  • 18. How?
  • 19. My students
  • 20. Planning✤ Think about the main topic and some ideas to illustrate it.✤ What is the most logical order to express what you say?✤ ESL teachers: Vocabulary, grammar!!!
  • 21. Topic Student(s)What I want to say: What I want to say: What I want to say:What I want to say: What I want to say: What I want to say: Page 1
  • 22. Preparation✤ Think about the images
  • 23. Free Images✤ Google✤ Flickr CC✤ Open Stock Photography✤ MorgueFile✤ WylioSource: http://www.xarxatic.com/repositorios-de-imagenes-cc-libres/
  • 24. Preparation✤ Think about the images✤ Set the presentation time for each slide
  • 25. How?
  • 26. Rehearsal✤ What is the correct pronunciation?✤ Try not to learn by heart, try not to read✤ Is my speech clear enough?
  • 27. Presentation✤ Is it necessary to look at the screen?✤ Pay attention to your peer’s presentation✤ Be respectful to their presentation
  • 28. Some questions for the viewersWhat was the best of his/her What could be improved? presentation? Do you think he/she was Write a short summary of the nervous? presentation Write something you have If you could give him/her alearnt from this presentation mark, what would it be?
  • 29. Some questions to answer after the presentation... Was I able to show what I What did I learn? have learnt?What was the most difficult What was the easiest part? part? Were my peers paying How did I feel about it? attention to me?What was the best part of my What could I improve? presentation?
  • 30. www.myenglishcorner.netluisapalacios@myenglishcorner.net

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