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Sla teacher interview

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Sla teacher interview

  1. 1. SLA Teacher Interview How SLA Theories Play a Role L/O/G/O
  2. 2. Contents How SLA theories play a role 1. Profile 2. Before class 3. During class 4. Suggestions
  3. 3. Teacher/Student Profile Teacher’s Country of Origin Type of Class The United States Sookmyung University GEP Class Age/Grade Level University Students Proficiency Level Novice to Advanced Number of Students 15-20
  4. 4. Before Class 1. Swain’s Output Hypothesis SLA Theories 2. Krashen’s Comprehensible Input 3. McLaughlin’s Information Processing
  5. 5. 1. Output Hypothesis “What is important in my class is having students SPEAK more, even writing and reading classes”
  6. 6. 1. Output Hypothesis Opportunities to Produce Language - T speaks less than 20 minutes - A lot of discussions
  7. 7. 2. Comprehensible Input “i+1” Theory Flexible Unit Plans i-2 Depending on the students’ understanding i+1 i+2
  8. 8. 2. Comprehensible Input EDMODO To assess the students’ comprehension “The Social learning platform” for teachers and students
  9. 9. 2. Comprehensible Input “EDMODO”
  10. 10. 3. Information Processing Planning a Sequence of Activity 1 5 warm-up questions 2 Picture activity (describing) 3 Reading 4 Vocabulary/Comprehension Qs
  11. 11. 3. Information Processing Planning a Sequence of Activity 5 15-20 follow-up Qs to discuss 6 Controlled processing (STM) Presentation PRACTICE Automatic processing (LTM)
  12. 12. During class 1. Swain’s Pushed Output 2. Bloom’s Taxonomy 3. Vygotsky’s ZPD
  13. 13. 1. Pushed Output S1, can you describe “Chimney”?
  14. 14. 2. Bloom’s Taxonomy Remember Understand Apply - What is an essay? - Complex/Compound sentences - How to write an essay - Unity, Cohesion, Logic - Apply the knowledge to write an essay
  15. 15. 3. ZPD Collaborative activities
  16. 16. Suggestions 1. Krashen’s Input Lower Affective Filter 2. Memory More WB Use 3. Bloom’s Taxonomy CREATE More
  17. 17. Lower Affective Filter Students are allowed to sleep - Engaging Activities - Personalized Questions
  18. 18. Use WB More - Stimulating 5 senses - Dual Coding LTM Create More Making Stories Various Activities Posters Skits
  19. 19. Thank You! L/O/G/O

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