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Exploiting Authentic Materials - Photographs

A workshop at the 5th NELTAL conference at UM Faculty of Letters, Malang, Saturday 30 March 2013.

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Exploiting Authentic Materials - Photographs

  1. 1. The 5th National English Language Teachers And Lecturers NELTAL Conference - 2013 MATERIALS AND MEDIA IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Faculty of Letters State University of Malang March 30, 2013
  2. 2. I / A / L / F Education for Development WorkshopEXPLOITING AUTHENTIC MATERIALS AS ALTERNATIVES TO TEXTBOOKS Using Photographs Johansyah johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  3. 3. Map of the Workshop Model activities from a photograph Tasks and language analysis Creating tasks and activities from photos Discussions Questions and answersjohansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  4. 4. Model activities from a photographjohansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  5. 5. Do you recognize this photo?johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  6. 6. What photo is it? Where/when was it? Are you in the photo? If not, where were you? Work in pairs, talk to your partner about where you were and what you were doing at that moment.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  7. 7. Look at the photo again, identify a person whom you know in the photo.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  8. 8. Write down his/her name on the back page of the photo. Get ready to describe the person, i.e.: His/her physical appearance, The clothes he/she is wearing, What he/she is doing. Stand up, talk to other people in this room. Find out the names of all people in the photo.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  9. 9. Tasks and language analysisjohansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  10. 10. Think about the activities you have just done. Analyze the activities using the criteria below: 1. General interest of the topic. 2. Grammar and vocabulary practiced. 3. Skills practiced. 4. Potential for task extension.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  11. 11. 1. General interest of the topic: Personal experience, describing people. 2. Grammar and vocabulary practiced: - Present continuous tense, - Lexis of parts of body and clothing, - Adjectives describing people and clothes, - Prepositions of place.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  12. 12. 3. Skills practiced: - Speaking for fluency and accuracy focusing on describing people, - Listening to detailed descriptions to find reference in the photo. 4. Potential for task extension: Writing task describing a person in the photo or the conference.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  13. 13. Creating tasks and activities from photosjohansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  14. 14. Work in groups of three.Design some activities for the photograph given. Consider the criteria discussed previously: 1. General interest of the topic. 2. Grammar and vocabulary practiced. 3. Skills practiced. 4. Potential for task extension.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  15. 15. Discussions Tell the class about the activities and tasks your group has designed for the given photograph.johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
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  26. 26. Questions and answersjohansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu
  27. 27. Thank you johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu March 2013johansyah@ialf.edu www.ialf.edu

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