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Flipping the language classroom
Jo Gakonga
About me, about you...
What is the
‘flipped’
classroom?
Traditional
class
Flipped class
Flipped class
The theory…..
Social constructivist
approach
Social constructivist
learning theory
Promotes
learner
autonomy
Learner
autonomy
Lovett, Meyer, and Thille (2008)
on-line
delivery
face to face
delivery
Lovett, Meyer, and Thille (2008)
on-line
delivery
‘flipped’
delivery
15 weeks 7.5 weeks
Potential benefits
Come to class ‘ready’
Potential benefits
‘Frees up’ time in class
for practice
Potential benefits
Preview
and revisit
No internet access
No internet?
They don’t/ won’t do
the work/ watch the
videos..
More work for teacher...
A platform….
https://www.blendspace.com
https://www.blendspace.com
An example….
jims
Thoughts…..
Work through the lesson…
What would you do in class afterwards?
Would this work in your context?
Do you like t...
How to use Blendspace
Practical ideas
Vocabulary
Using Quizlet - make your own
or use/ edit other people’s
https://quizlet.com/leosel
Practical ideas
Vicki Hollett’s ‘Simple English Videos’
http://www.simpleenglishvideos.com/
Practical ideas
Listening
http://www.elllo.org/
Try some of these - how could you use them after listening in class?
Advan...
Your turn!
Any questions?
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NILE Manchester- Flipping the language classroom

  1. 1. Flipping the language classroom Jo Gakonga
  2. 2. About me, about you...
  3. 3. What is the ‘flipped’ classroom?
  4. 4. Traditional class
  5. 5. Flipped class Flipped class
  6. 6. The theory…..
  7. 7. Social constructivist approach Social constructivist learning theory
  8. 8. Promotes learner autonomy Learner autonomy
  9. 9. Lovett, Meyer, and Thille (2008) on-line delivery face to face delivery
  10. 10. Lovett, Meyer, and Thille (2008) on-line delivery ‘flipped’ delivery 15 weeks 7.5 weeks
  11. 11. Potential benefits Come to class ‘ready’
  12. 12. Potential benefits ‘Frees up’ time in class for practice
  13. 13. Potential benefits Preview and revisit
  14. 14. No internet access No internet?
  15. 15. They don’t/ won’t do the work/ watch the videos..
  16. 16. More work for teacher...
  17. 17. A platform…. https://www.blendspace.com https://www.blendspace.com
  18. 18. An example…. jims
  19. 19. Thoughts….. Work through the lesson… What would you do in class afterwards? Would this work in your context? Do you like these resources? Is it too much? What would be enough?
  20. 20. How to use Blendspace
  21. 21. Practical ideas Vocabulary Using Quizlet - make your own or use/ edit other people’s https://quizlet.com/leosel
  22. 22. Practical ideas Vicki Hollett’s ‘Simple English Videos’ http://www.simpleenglishvideos.com/
  23. 23. Practical ideas Listening http://www.elllo.org/ Try some of these - how could you use them after listening in class? Advantages of doing this rather than listening IN class?
  24. 24. Your turn!
  25. 25. Any questions?

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