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ACTFL Modes of Communication #wlclassroom

ACTFL Defines 3 modes of communication. This presentation defines them clearly and simply and provides some tips for using them in the foreign language classroom.

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ACTFL Modes of Communication #wlclassroom

  1. 1. ACTFL
  2. 2. Tips, Tools and Resources to help your students rise in proficiency and communicate with confidence.
  3. 3. ACTFL defines 3 modes of communication
  4. 4. Presentational Interpretive Interpersonal
  5. 5. How do we distinguish & define these 3 modes?
  6. 6. Presentational Communication
  7. 7. Interpretive Communication
  8. 8. Interpersonal Communication
  9. 9. Interpersonal Communication IS NOT: IS: One-way communication Two-way exchange Memorized Spontaneous (and unpredictable) Strict turn taking Following-up and reacting; maintaining the conversation
  10. 10. Interpersonal Communication IS NOT: IS: One-way communication Two-way exchange Memorized Spontaneous (and unpredictable) Strict turn taking Following-up and reacting; maintaining the conversation
  11. 11. Interpersonal Communication IS NOT: IS: One-way communication Two-way exchange Memorized Spontaneous (and unpredictable) Strict turn taking Following-up and reacting; maintaining the conversation
  12. 12. Interpersonal Communication IS NOT: IS: Ignoring your partner; waiting to say something Indicating interest: interactive body language; eye contact Overly concerned about accuracy Focusing on the message (fluency) Giving up when you don’t understand If communication fails/falters, asking for clarification
  13. 13. Interpersonal Communication IS NOT: IS: Ignoring your partner; waiting to say something Indicating interest: interactive body language; eye contact Overly concerned about accuracy Focusing on the message (fluency) Giving up when you don’t understand If communication fails/falters, asking for clarification
  14. 14. Interpersonal Communication IS NOT: IS: Ignoring your partner; waiting to say something Indicating interest: interactive body language; eye contact Overly concerned about accuracy Focusing on the message (fluency) Giving up when you don’t understand If communication fails/falters, asking for clarification
  15. 15. Creation of message Knowledge of the audience’s perspective (or lack of) important in creation and delivery No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Presentational Communication
  16. 16. Creation of message Knowledge of the audience’s perspective (or lack of) important in creation and delivery No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Presentational Communication
  17. 17. Creation of message Knowledge of the audience’s perspective (or lack of) important in creation and delivery No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Presentational Communication
  18. 18. Creation of message Knowledge of the audience’s perspective (or lack of) important in creation and delivery No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Presentational Communication
  19. 19. Interpretation of message Understanding of the writer/speaker’s perspective important to interpretation No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Interpretive Communication
  20. 20. Interpretation of message Understanding of the writer/speaker’s perspective important to interpretation No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Interpretive Communication
  21. 21. Interpretation of message Understanding of the writer/speaker’s perspective important to interpretation No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Interpretive Communication
  22. 22. Interpretation of message Understanding of the writer/speaker’s perspective important to interpretation No direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning Interpretive Communication
  23. 23. www.wlclassroom.com Tips, Tools and Resources to help your students rise in proficiency and communicate with confidence.
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