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USE LANGUAGE
Encountered in the
TARGET LANGUAGE
EMPHASIZE INTERACTION
Help students
INTERACTION
INVOLVES
Expressing
own ideas
Comprehending
other ideas of
others
EFFECTIVE SPEAKERS
Develop two needed
sets o...
“BANKING”
• Concept of education
in which knowledge is
viewed as a GIFT.
• Education becomes an
act of “DEPOSITING”.
“DEPO...
Complement the effective factors in foreing language
Self-
esteem
Empathy
Reduced
anxiety
Improved
attitude
and
motivation
REAL LIFE COMMUNICATION
IN THE CLASSROOM
INTERESTING
USEFUL
GET
INFORMATION
THEY WANT
REACH A
DECISION
SOLVE A
PROBLEM
CED...
RECOMMENTATIONS
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List of stage and time limits on the board.
Divide the student...
STATE THE PROBLEM
AND CHOOSE ONE
• Each student talks
about a real
problema (he or
she is having).
• Concern anything
(sch...
THINK THE
SOLUTIONS
THROUGH
• The student
anticipates how the
chosen solutions
would actually be
implement.
• The posible
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Real life problem solving a collaborative learning activity

  1. 1. USE LANGUAGE Encountered in the TARGET LANGUAGE EMPHASIZE INTERACTION Help students
  2. 2. INTERACTION INVOLVES Expressing own ideas Comprehending other ideas of others EFFECTIVE SPEAKERS Develop two needed sets of skills • Knowing when and how to take the floor. • How to invite someone else to speak. • How to keep a conversation going. MANAGING AN INTERACTION • Make sure that the person you are speaking to has understood you correctly and that you have understood the other person. NEGOTIATING MEANING
  3. 3. “BANKING” • Concept of education in which knowledge is viewed as a GIFT. • Education becomes an act of “DEPOSITING”. “DEPOSITORIES” • Students “DEPOSITOR” • Teacher Community of people can bring vast experience to the classroom.
  4. 4. Complement the effective factors in foreing language Self- esteem Empathy Reduced anxiety Improved attitude and motivation
  5. 5. REAL LIFE COMMUNICATION IN THE CLASSROOM INTERESTING USEFUL GET INFORMATION THEY WANT REACH A DECISION SOLVE A PROBLEM CEDE TO EACH STUDENT A FULL ROLE ACCEPTING ALL KINDS OF OPINIONS BEING TOLERANT OF ERRORS
  6. 6. RECOMMENTATIONS R E A L L I F E P R O B L E M S O L V I N G List of stage and time limits on the board. Divide the students into groups (4 or 6). Activity is not explained in detail at the beginning. Use a small bell to end each stage. There are 7 stage (27 minutes)
  7. 7. STATE THE PROBLEM AND CHOOSE ONE • Each student talks about a real problema (he or she is having). • Concern anything (school, home, etc.) ANALYZE THE PROBLEM • Four approaches: pattern, motives and goals, get more information and use a metaphor. • Only choose one. BRAINSTORM SOLUTIONS • Person with the problema is silent. • Members brainstorm many solutions. CHOOSE TWO SOLUTIONS • Solutions that foster prevention rather than punishment are preferred. • Two solutions are choosen.
  8. 8. THINK THE SOLUTIONS THROUGH • The student anticipates how the chosen solutions would actually be implement. • The posible solutions should be detailed. IDENTIFY A REPORT- BACK DATE • Students with the problem sets a date when she or he will report back to the groups what happened. FOLLOW UP ON THE REPORT-BACK DATE • Four minutes of class time is given for them to meet while the rest of the students do the regular class activity.

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