Sustainability for the Games

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  • Fluency is more important than accuracy and errors are a natural part of language learning. Learners develop fluency in English by using English to communicate for a variety of purposes Reading is the essential skill.
  • Sustainability for the Games

    1. 1. Sustainability for the Games SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
    2. 2. Goals of the SessionTo familiarize teachers with the British Council English for the Games resources, in particular with the “Sustainability for London 2012” DVD pack. To show how the pack can be exploited in class.To show teachers how the Web 2.0 can be integrated into their classes. SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
    3. 3. How much do you use ICTs in your classes? SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
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    7. 7. POLLUTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT ARE RECURRING TOPICS WITHININTERNATIONAL EXAM TASKS AND EFL TEXTBOOKS SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
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    11. 11. How can we help our students? SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
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    14. 14. Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) has become the umbrella term describing both learning another (content)subject such as physics or geography throughthe medium of a foreign language and learning a foreign language by studying a content- based subject. http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/articles/content-language-integrated-learning SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
    15. 15. Language Learnersas the means interested in a of learning topic are content motivated to acquire the language to communincate. Based on language acquisition Language in real life rather than situation = natural enforced language development. learning SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
    16. 16. Learners developFluency is more fluency by usingimportant than accuracy. L2 to communicate for a variety of purposes. Errors are a natural part of Reading = the essential language skill (CLIL draws on the learning. lexical approach) SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
    17. 17. A CLIL Model adaptable to contexts whereEnglish is only taught for limited hours and it is exclusively in the hands of an EFL teacherFrom Coyle, Do CLIL, Content and Language Integrated Learning, CUP. SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
    18. 18. Technology enhanced language learning ICT support peer-to-peer In order to motivate collaboration, learning by language use, there should doing as well as learners ideally be anautonomy and responsibility authentic audience that for learning encourages two-way communication in both oral and written modes. SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar
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    21. 21. http://learningtechnologiesintheclass.blogspot.com.ar/
    22. 22. http://www.voxopop.com/topic/2c5b0b81-5097-43f8-8c96-ee837794fffb
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    24. 24. Glogster example
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    27. 27. More ideas when computers are offline…• Insert the spaces:hewasbornwithouttheuseofhislegsatfirstheswam andplayedbasketballhewantedtobeaboxerlikehi sbrothersthenhebeganwheelchairracing• Collaborative stories.• Highlighting parts of speech.• Reading comprehensionUse bold for main ideas and topic sentences, italicize linking words, underline key details and highlight important facts.
    28. 28. Even more ideas…• Presenting a sport / sportperson.•Talking books: Working with pictures, studentstell a story and record themselves.•Powerpoint Games:http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/ppt_games.html
    29. 29. Thank You!SEA – Asociación de Centros de Idiomas – www.idiomas.org.ar

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