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DEVELOPINGTHINKING
SKILLS INTHE LEARNERS’
CLASSROOM
Carlos Daniel Cazco Maldonado
UNIVERSIDADTÉCNICA DEL NORTE
IBARRA-ECUA...
Looking into a classroom
Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’ Classroom. United Kingdom. C...
Looking into a classroom
Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’ Classroom. United Kingdom. C...
Thinking Skills
• Problem Solving
• ReadersTheather
• Project Based Learning
PROBLEM SOLVING
• Picture
• Read
• Listen
• Observe: Video
Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Lear...
READERSTHEATER
• Literature (Reading)
• Rythm and Rhime: Pronunciation, Language Patterns, Chuncks
• StoryThinking orTelli...
COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
PROJECT BASED LEARNING
• Hypotheses
• Noticing Patterns
• Drawing Conclusions
• Trying to find rules
• Verifying
COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
COMBININGTHETEACHING OFTHINKING
WITH LANGUAGETEACHING
• Meaningfull Activities
• Avoid the L1
• PictureVocabulary
• Repeti...
https://desvariosdewendy.wordpress.com/2007/03/19/galeria-imagenes-escondidas/
ACTIVITYTYPES
• Making comparisons
• Categorising
• Sequencing
• Focusing attention
• Memorising
• Exploring space
• Explo...
CONCLUSIONS
• Think out of the BOX
• Combination of thinking skills
• Notice clearly the objectives we want to achive
• Do...
BIBLIOGRAPHY:
• Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’
Classroom. United Kingdom. Cambridge ...
THANKS A LOT
• www.utn.edu.ec
• https://caiutn.wordpress.com/
• cdcazco@utn.edu.ec
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Developing thinking skills in the learners’ classroom

  1. 1. DEVELOPINGTHINKING SKILLS INTHE LEARNERS’ CLASSROOM Carlos Daniel Cazco Maldonado UNIVERSIDADTÉCNICA DEL NORTE IBARRA-ECUADOR
  2. 2. Looking into a classroom Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’ Classroom. United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.
  3. 3. Looking into a classroom Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’ Classroom. United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.
  4. 4. Thinking Skills • Problem Solving • ReadersTheather • Project Based Learning
  5. 5. PROBLEM SOLVING • Picture • Read • Listen • Observe: Video Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’ Classroom. United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.
  6. 6. READERSTHEATER • Literature (Reading) • Rythm and Rhime: Pronunciation, Language Patterns, Chuncks • StoryThinking orTelling: Situations. Real life, role plays • Images and Imaginative thinkig • Humor and small talk: Avoid formality, jokes, engage, social security and acceptance • http://www.teachingheart.net/readerstheater.htm
  7. 7. COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
  8. 8. PROJECT BASED LEARNING • Hypotheses • Noticing Patterns • Drawing Conclusions • Trying to find rules • Verifying
  9. 9. COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
  10. 10. COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
  11. 11. COLLEGE HORIZONS Students’. Ibarra-Ecuador. Universidad Técnica del Norte
  12. 12. COMBININGTHETEACHING OFTHINKING WITH LANGUAGETEACHING • Meaningfull Activities • Avoid the L1 • PictureVocabulary • Repetition • Creating
  13. 13. https://desvariosdewendy.wordpress.com/2007/03/19/galeria-imagenes-escondidas/
  14. 14. ACTIVITYTYPES • Making comparisons • Categorising • Sequencing • Focusing attention • Memorising • Exploring space • Exploring time • Exploring numbers • Making associations • Analysing cause and effect • Making decisions • Solving problems • Creative thinking
  15. 15. CONCLUSIONS • Think out of the BOX • Combination of thinking skills • Notice clearly the objectives we want to achive • Do not get stuck / think creatively • Be able to evaluate our actions
  16. 16. BIBLIOGRAPHY: • Puchta, H, (2012). Developing Thinking Skills in the Young Learners’ Classroom. United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press. • Gardner, H. (1983). Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. NewYork. Basic Books. • Fisher, A. (2008). Critical Thinking. United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press. • Puchta, H. and Williams, M. (2011). Teaching Young Learners to Think. Innsbruck and Cambridge: Helling Languages and Cambridge University Press.
  17. 17. THANKS A LOT • www.utn.edu.ec • https://caiutn.wordpress.com/ • cdcazco@utn.edu.ec

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