Pecha Kucha Flor

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Pecha Kucha Flor

  1. 1. SPEAKING: WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO! Pecha kucha: based on Leonardo Mercado’s ABS presentation FLORENCIA BASSAHÚN ALIANZA CULTURAL URUGUAY – ESTADOS UNIDOS FEBRUARY 2010
  2. 2. EXAMPLE #1 TEACHER STUDENT
  3. 3. WHAT COULD BE WRONG?
  4. 4. POSSIBLE ANSWERS... NOT ENOUGH THINKING TIME NOT ENOUGH PREPARATION (GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, ETC) ANXIOUS TEACHER!
  5. 5. EXAMPLE #2 MATCH THE PROFESSION WITH THE PICTURE SCIENTIST WRITER ACTOR COMPOSER PHILOSOPHER EXOPLORER ATHLETE MANAGER
  6. 6. CAN YOU NAME AND DESCRIBE A FAMOUS PERSON FOR EACH CATEGORY?
  7. 7. WHAT COULD BE WRONG?
  8. 8. POSSIBLE ANSWERS... TOO CHALLENGING FOR STUDENTS MAINLY, NOT INTERESTING PROFESSIONS NOT ENOUGH INFO TO DESCRIBE THE PROFESSIONALS
  9. 9. EXAMPLE #3 MATCH THE PROFESSION WITH THE PICTURE SHOW HOST SINGER VOLEYBALL PLAYER MOVIE DIRECTOR CHEF SOCCER PLAYER
  10. 10. NAME THREE FAMOUS PEOPLE AND MATCH THEM WITH THEIR PROFESSIONS
  11. 11. WHAT'S RIGHT?
  12. 12. POSSIBLE ANSWERS... STUDENTS ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE PROFESSIONS THE ACTIVITY IS NOT SO DIFFICULT THIS ACTIVITY IS MORE MOTIVATING
  13. 13. CONCLUSIONS FLUENT SPEAKERS USE LANGUAGE CHUNKS AND DISCOURSE MARKERS FREQUENTLY LET’S CONSTRUCT A “MODERN” DEFINITION OF FLUENCY.
  14. 14. CONCLUSIONS PRONUNCIATION HAS TO BE HIGHLY INTELLIGIBLE TO THE LISTENER
  15. 15. CONCLUSIONS THE RATE OF SPEECH VARIES DEPENDING ON THE NATURE OF THE INTERACTION
  16. 16. CONCLUSIONS WHAT IS VERY IMPORTANT IS HOW THE INTERACTION PROCEEDS BETWEEN BOTH PARTICIPANTS
  17. 17. CONCLUSIONS FLUENCY AND ACCURACY ARE INTERTWINED
  18. 18. FINAL REFLECTIONS Teachers should work on their TTT
  19. 19. FINAL REFLECTIONS Teachers should work on being the emotional facilitators to increase STT as much as possible
  20. 20. THANK YOU!

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