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  1. 1. PROYECTO DE FORMACIÓN CONTINUA PARA “GO TEACHERS” Peace Corps Ecuador September 12-14, 2014 Module 1 Cuenca
  2. 2. Applying  chunking  and  scaffolding  in  the  classroom.   WHY AREN’T OUR STUDENTS LEARNING?
  3. 3. Quickly memorize this number: 18425558756
  4. 4. Quickly memorize this number:
  5. 5. Quickly memorize this number: 1-612-953-0122
  6. 6. HOW DO WE CURRENTLY TEACH?
  7. 7. Hmm today I need to teach plurals.
  8. 8. Rule 1: For nouns that end in -O, -CH, -SH, -SS, -X, or -Z we add -ES Rule 2: For nouns that end in a consonant + Y, we remove the Y and add -IES For nouns that end in a vowel + Y, we just add -S plurals
  9. 9. WHAT?!
  10. 10. WHAT?!
  11. 11. WHY DIDN’T THEY UNDERSTAND?!
  12. 12. ¡MAJADEROS!
  13. 13. We as teachers tend to blame our students when they don’t understand or behave badly.
  14. 14. But in reality, we should be blaming ourselves and strive to be better teachers for our students.
  15. 15. It’s easier than you think.
  16. 16. Chunking Scaffolding &
  17. 17. 1.  What chunking is 2.  What scaffolding is 3.  How to apply chunking and scaffolding in the classroom Objectives
  18. 18. WHAT IS CHUNKING?
  19. 19. WHAT IS CHUNKING?CHUNK
  20. 20. WHAT IS CHUNKING? A thick piece of something
  21. 21. THE Pineapple A N A L O G Y
  22. 22. Rule #1 Rule #2 Rule #4 Rule #3 Irregulars  
  23. 23. ?
  24. 24. Vocabulary Position of adverb Never Sometimes Always Verb to be and other verbs
  25. 25. WHAT IS SCAFFOLDING?
  26. 26. WHAT IS SCAFFOLDING?
  27. 27. WHAT IS SCAFFOLDING?
  28. 28. HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO TEACHING?
  29. 29. SCAFFOLDING Teaching content with a logical, guided approach.
  30. 30. Teachers provide temporary levels of support that help students reach higher levels of comprehension that they would not be able to reach without assistance.
  31. 31. Teachers gradually provide less support to the students as they become more independent learners.
  32. 32. Why do we scaffold?
  33. 33. To minimize frustration and negative emotions experienced when students are intimidated by a difficult task and to help students achieve the learning goals.
  34. 34. Students need to read a long text.
  35. 35. Students need to read a long text. -  Discuss part of the text to introduce the topic. -  Teach them the vocabulary they will need to understand the full text.
  36. 36. Students need to read a long text. -  Discuss part of the text to introduce the topic. -  Teach them the vocabulary they will need to understand the full text. You do this before assigning the reading.
  37. 37. Students need to introduce themselves.
  38. 38. Students need to introduce themselves. 1.  Using gestures and actions, the teacher first teaches how to greet someone with a handshake. Students practice for 10 min. 2.  Learn how to say “hello”: students practice doing the handshake and then saying “hello.”
  39. 39. 3.  Learn how to ask somebody’s name: students practice doing the handshake, saying “hello” and asking somebody their name. 4.  Learn how to say “nice to meet you”: students practice doing the handshake, saying “hello”, asking somebody’s name and saying “nice to meet you.”
  40. 40. Each step builds on the previous step.
  41. 41. Rule #1 Rule #2 Rule #4 Rule #3 Irregulars  
  42. 42. Rule #1/2 Most nouns add - S For nouns that end in -O, -CH, -SH, -SS, -X, or -Z we add -ES Day 1
  43. 43. Rule #3 For nouns that end in a consonant + Y, we remove the Y and add - IES Day 2
  44. 44. Rule #4 For nouns that end in a vowel + Y, we just add -S Day 3
  45. 45. Irregulars Some words have exceptions: Man-men Child-children Day 4
  46. 46. INSTEAD OF TRYING TO TEACH TOO MUCH CONTENT AT ONCE, TRY AND BREAK IT DOWN INTO CHUNKS, THEN PUT THOSE CHUNKS IN ORDER.
  47. 47. LET’S PRACTICE!
  48. 48. IT UP! Step 1
  49. 49. ? ? ?
  50. 50. IT! Step 2 Scaffold
  51. 51. Practice #2
  52. 52. IT UP! Step 1 Chunk
  53. 53. ? ? ?
  54. 54. IT! Step 2 Scaffold
  55. 55. Practice #3
  56. 56. IT UP! Step 1 Chunk
  57. 57. ? ? ?
  58. 58. IT! Step 2 Scaffold
  59. 59. What is chunking? What is scaffolding?

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