2012 KWLA Winter Workshop (January)

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2012 KWLA Winter Workshop (January)

  1. 1. kentucky world language association January 21, 2012
  2. 2. WELCOME
  3. 3. WELCOME & THANK YOUBowling Green Greenville GeorgetownHost: Host: Host:Ferrel Rose Carrie Ezzell Lucas GravittTrainer: Trainer: Trainer:Susann Davis Terri Coke Jocelyne Waddle
  4. 4. WELCOME & THANK YOUBoone County Carter County LouisvilleHost: Host & Trainer: Host & Trainer:Chelo Diaz Ben Hawkins Alice SpagnolaTrainer:Andrea Suarez
  5. 5. LEARNING TARGETS I can describe the three modes of communication and activities that allow my students to perform tasks in each mode.
  6. 6. LEARNING TARGETS I can describe what a student can do at the Novice and Intermediate Level.
  7. 7. LEARNING TARGETS I can rate a student writing and speaking sample using the KWLA Showcase Rubric.
  8. 8. LEARNING TARGETS I can explain the purpose of the KWLA Showcase “I Can!” self-assessments and use them to prepare my students.
  9. 9. LEARNING ACTIVITIES Presentation Group Activity (w/ local trainer) Questions (approx. every 45 min.)
  10. 10. KENTUCKY STANDARD WHY?
  11. 11. KENTUCKY STANDARDClassrooms are transforming to reflect anincreasing emphasis on developingstudents’ communicative competence.Today’s classroom is about teachinglanguages so that students use them tocommunicate with native speakers of thelanguage.
  12. 12. KENTUCKY STANDARDLearning about languageFocused on isolated skillsUsing the textbook as curriculumTesting to find out what they don’t knowOnly teacher knows how to grade
  13. 13. KENTUCKY STANDARDLearning about language Students learn to use languageFocused on isolatedmodes of communication Focused on the skillsUsing the textbook as curriculum resources Using thematic units & authenticTesting to find out whatwhat students can do Assessing to find out they don’t knowOnly teacher knows how to grade Students know and understand criteria
  14. 14. KENTUCKY STANDARD WHY? Realistic Expectations Student Centered Focused on Performance
  15. 15. KENTUCKY STANDARD Modes of Communication
  16. 16. INTERPRETIVE LISTENING and READING I can interpret information, concepts, andideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.
  17. 17. INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION I can exchange information, concepts, andideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.
  18. 18. PRESENTATIONAL SPEAKING and WRITING I can present information, concepts, andideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.
  19. 19. GROUP ASSIGNMENTWatch this sample interview (twice) anddiscuss as a large group what language thelearner is using (vocab), how the learner isusing the language (text type), and how wellthe learner is using the language (control). 15 minutes
  20. 20. WHAT NOVICES CAN DO Greg Duncan (2011) resourcesfromgreg.wikispaces.com
  21. 21. GROUP ASSIGNMENTWatch this sample interview (twice) anddiscuss as a large group what language thelearner is using (vocab), how the learner isusing the language (text type), and how wellthe learner is using the language (control). 15 minutes
  22. 22. WHAT NOVICES CAN DO Greg Duncan (2011) resourcesfromgreg.wikispaces.com
  23. 23. Got Questions?
  24. 24. GROUP ASSIGNMENTBased on your understanding of whatNovice and Intermediate Level Speakers cando, create a visual with materials availableat your location (computers, markers,objects, napkins, etc.) that best representseach level. 15 minutes
  25. 25. SHOWCASE SELF ASSESSMENT Preparing Students for Performance
  26. 26. SHOWCASE SELF-ASSESSMENTI ….
  27. 27. SHOWCASE RUBRIC Focused on Performance Measuring Language Proficiency Providing Feedback to Learners
  28. 28. “Learner uses familiar words and phrases onfamiliar tasks, topics, and activities.” (NH)“Learner uses words & expressions from awide range of topics and begins to useexpanded vocabulary within a topic. “ (IM)
  29. 29. “Learner uses memorized words, lists,phrases and occasional sentences.” (NM)“Learner uses connected sentences tonarrate in different time frames or describeand explain. “ (IH)
  30. 30. “Learner makes errors* and some errors mayinterfere with communication. Accuracydecreases when learner attempts to createwith language.” (NH)
  31. 31. Got Questions?
  32. 32. MORE QUESTIONSShowcase (Assessments, Rubrics, etc.) showcase@kwla-online.orgShowcase (Regional Registration) YOUR Regional DirectorProficiency, Standard, Teaching Jacqueline.VanHouten@education.ky.gov

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