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Teaching ESL Effectively …

Teaching ESL Effectively
(CI 583 Module 3)

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  • 1. InstructionalPowerPoint
    Assignment Instructions
  • 2. Context Structure
    Introductory: topic, goal
    Main Presentation Slides
    -problem statement
    - elaborate problem
    - research purpose
    - significance of study
    Conclusions/ Summary
    References
  • 3. Expectations
    Must Include . . .
    Two relevant imported digital images
    Two “hyperlinked” words or images
    One relevant chart, graph, or table
    Develop at least 12 to maximum of 20 slides
  • 4. Research PowerPoint
    TEACHING esl Effectively
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  • 5. Purpose of Research
    Rapid growth of population in the use of English
    English knowledge is essential
    Understand what makes English learning
    successful or unsuccessful
    Awareness to ESL teachers
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  • 6. English in Use
    POPULATION
    INTERNET USE
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  • 7. Problem Statement
    The TTT ( Teacher Talking Time)
    Complicated and Unclear Statements
    Not Checking the Understanding of Instruction
    Yes / No Questions
    Students are Bored, Inattentive, or Unmotivated
    Dependent on Teacher
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  • 8. Results
    Increase of Students Drop-out
    No Improvement in Proficiency
    Waste of Time = Unproductive
    Unpractical in Use
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  • 9. Satisfaction Survey
    (example)
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  • 10. Change & Improve
    Text Books
    Teachers Perspectives
    Technology Use
    Respect of Different Cultures
    Interaction
    Compliment
    Use TESOL Standards
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  • 11. Activities to Use
    LEWL (Learn English with Laughter)
    Activities for English Learners
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  • 12. Conclusion
    Help Students Improve in Practical English
    Focus More On the Student
    Renovation of ESL Curriculum
    ... Efficiency, Desire, and Grades
    will Improve!
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  • 13. References
    Stocker, George. (2007). Teaching ESL to Children. Retrieved from http://www.esl-storybooks.com
    Davis, I. (2010). Teaching ESL: 10 Common Problems in the Classroom. Retrieved from http://hubpages.com/hub/Teaching-ESL-10-Common-Classroom-Problems-and-Solutions
    Internet World Stats. (2010). Internet World Users By Language, Top 10 Languages. Retrieved from http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats7.htm
    Sourcingline. (2010). Language, English Speaking Population. Retrieved from http://www.sourcingline.com/country-data/english-speaking-population/
    Pellino, Karen. (2001). Effective Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners. Retrieved from http://www.teach-nology.com/tutorials/teaching/esl/
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  • 14. Good Luck to you all!
    Due Date: Dec. 6. 2010