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A taste of dogme for yle

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  1. 1. A Taste of Dogme for YLE Duda Costa Marília Santos
  2. 2. Presentation Menu Principles What is Teaching Unplugged? Why? About YLE Lesson Plan Activities Routines Portfolios
  3. 3. Principles Interactivity between teacher and learners leads to co-construction of knowledge. The most engaging material will come from the learners themselves. Language emerges organically given the right conditions.
  4. 4. Principles If used, materials should have relevance for the learners. The teacher's role: to draw attentiom to features of emergent language. Wright & Rebuffet-Broadus, 2013
  5. 5. What is Teaching Unplugged? Conversation-driven Materials-light Focused on emergent language
  6. 6. Why? Why are my students learning this? How is it going to be useful? What do they talk about when they are outside the classroom? How can we teach them to communicate those things in English? How can they notice they are learning?
  7. 7. What does it say about YLE? YLE learn by doing. GRAMMAR L2 as a natural alternative to L1. Keep a record. Personalise.
  8. 8. "(...) let learners know they are expected to be curious to increase motivation". (Dörnyei, 2001)
  9. 9. Lesson Plan
  10. 10. Lesson Plan
  11. 11. ACTIVITIES
  12. 12. Favourite objects in class
  13. 13. Favourite objects in class
  14. 14. Elicit numbers and colours Make a poster Elicit classroom objects Label objects Vote on their 3 favourite objects (Count the votes) Produce a chart / sentences
  15. 15. My super hero Teacher brings her super hero Waits for sts to ask questions to the puppet In the following lesson, sts bring their own toys Ask questions, produce a text
  16. 16. Monsters
  17. 17. My routine
  18. 18. Teacher gives examples: On Monday I go to Cultura. Sts respond, if they use L1, teach them how to say the activity in L2. They put the activities on the floor. They write or talk about them, looking for coincidences.
  19. 19. Book Project Book Project What's your ______? Do you like ______?
  20. 20. Students invite their friends to school Running dictation with gapped questions Students complete the gaps with what they want Students interview their friends They produce a text about their friends
  21. 21. Last week
  22. 22. T makes a graph describing her week. Sts respond Sts do the same Sts compare weeks, discuss, vote... Sts write a short text
  23. 23. My opinion My opinion
  24. 24. Elicit / Teach opinion adjectives Students write sentences about their favourite films and their opinion about their schools Teacher gets a sentence and students position themselves according to their opinion Variation: students change positions if they agree
  25. 25. How does it smell / sound / feel / taste ?
  26. 26. Play parts of different songs, and students write their opinion Fold their eyes and spray scents and ask their opinion Fold their eyes and get objects with different textures and ask their opinion Fold their eyes and have them taste different flavours and ask their opinion
  27. 27. Sometimes it fails... "Don't feel obliged to continue with activities that are evidently not working or are failing to facilitate learning". Wright & Rebuffet- Broadus, 2013
  28. 28. ROUTINES
  29. 29. Class Menu
  30. 30. Making posters with new language
  31. 31. Making posters with new language
  32. 32. Reflecting on the lesson Checklists Vocabulary box
  33. 33. "Recording, reviewing and recycling instances of learner language". (Luke Meddings and Scott Thornbury, 2009)
  34. 34. By the end of the lesson... Sts have to say a password before they leave. Now I can...
  35. 35. Now I can...
  36. 36. PORTFOLIOS
  37. 37. Portfolios
  38. 38. Portfolios
  39. 39. Portfolios
  40. 40. Portfolios
  41. 41. Thank you! Duda Costa -