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  1. 1. The Importance of Authentic Materials Authentic Materials Their role and integration into world language curriculum Saturday November 2, 2013 Presented by Ed Weiss
  2. 2. it’s all about comprehension QuickTime™ and a YUV420 codec decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  3. 3. today’s agenda • Authentic materials - definition / evolution • What the experts are saying - Identifying our needs • Teaching strategies - Using technology to share resources • Finding authentic materials
  4. 4. an inspiration
  5. 5. a passion....
  6. 6. a passion...
  7. 7. smart board?
  8. 8. multi-media w/slides?
  9. 9. the latest videos?
  10. 10. student copies?
  11. 11. listening?
  12. 12. latest magazines?
  13. 13. Authentic materials are... • those designed for native speakers. They are real text designed not for language students, but for the speakers of the language in question. (Nunan) • stretches of real language, produced by a real speaker or writer for a real audience and designed to carry a real message. (Harmer) • “appropriate” and “quality” in terms of goals, objectives, learner needs and interest and “natural” in terms of real life and meaningful communication. (Rogers)
  14. 14. A partial list... • online articles • charts / graphs / maps • videos • magazines / newspapers • films • music • advertisements
  15. 15. Audio Sources • Radio interviews • General interest podcasts • PSAs • Brief lectures • Audio guides - museums, travel comprehensibility & relevance are #1
  16. 16. Written sources • Literary texts • Journalistic articles • Letters • Ads • Instructions • The above may be combined with maps, charts, or table
  17. 17. ACTFL.ORG GUIDELINES EXAMPLE: Students listen to authentic audio clips featuring native speakers describing an event, and can match the oral description to a picture, or put pictures in the order of the sequence of events as described. EXAMPLE: Students read several authentic menus and identify which would be appropriate for different people based on likes/dislikes and special dietary needs. EXAMPLE: Students browse the website of a current popular magazine in a target language country.They identify the emotions of the people in the photo based on their interpretation of visual and linguistic cues and then discuss their findings with their classmates.
  18. 18. Multiple-choice (50% of total score): 65 items in 9 sets 4 reading Ap exam overview 2 listening and reading combined 3 listening Section 2 (Interpersonal and Presentational Communication) Free-Response (50% of total score): 4 items Interpersonal Writing
  19. 19. College Board tells us...
  20. 20. A la recherche....
  21. 21. How the ap exam has changed has changed Students will work with a greater variety of authentic materials, both print and audio, reflecting the linguistic and cultural diversity of the French-speaking world. Literary and journalistic texts but also announcements, advertisements, letters, maps and tables. Scripted dialogues but also radio interviews, podcasts, public service announcements, brief presentations. Criteria for selection are comprehensibility (accent, pace, minimal background noise/overlap) and relevance to a course theme and to a topic that could interest students. Materials will be reasonably chosen, but will also reflect a range of cultural perspectives and linguistic
  22. 22. the six themes
  23. 23. advantages of using authentic materials authentic materials • students are exposed to real discourse / real language • they keep students informed about real world issues • many can be scaffolded for various levels • they contain a wide variety of topics and language styles not found in conventional teaching materials • they showcase the culture of target language areas • they interest and engage students
  24. 24. disadvantages of using authentic materials authentic materials
  25. 25. our challenge • Finding the appropriate authentic materials • Integrating them into our curriculum • Providing access to these materials for our students • Interacting with our students via technology • Utilizing technology in our classrooms
  26. 26. A new look at Bloom’s Taxonomy
  27. 27. the networked teacher
  28. 28. what teachers say... QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  29. 29. 3 phases of technology teaching • Phase 1
  30. 30. best practices when using materials • Advanced Organizer - a pre-reading or pre-listening teaching aide that prepares the students for what is to come
  31. 31. Tema curricular: La belleza y la estética Introducción Este texto trata de una obra de teatro para niños. El anuncio original fue publicado en marzo de 2011 en Nueva York, Estados Unidos. ¡TRAIGA A SUS NINOS A REPERTORIO ESPAñOL! MI BEBé ES UN HéROE ESCRITA Y DIRIGIDA POR EDUARDO NAVAS UNA PRODUCCIóN DEL TEATRO RODANTE INFANTIL SCARAMOUChES PRESENTADA POR REPERTORIO ESPAñOL UN ESPECTáCULO BILINGüE (INGLéS Y ESPAñOL) Teatro Scaramouches, una excepcional compañía venezolana de teatro infantil, presenta una original y divertida obra teatral con marionetas. El malvado y travieso Cuchiflín intenta llevarse al bebé del Príncipe Azulito y la Princesa Perlita. Con la ayuda de los niños el bebé impide que Cuchiflín se salga con la suya, convirtiendo al bebé y a los niños en héroes. Repleta de colorido, risas y diversión, la obra capta la atención de los niños de principio a fin. sábado 5 de febrero – 12 p.m. sábado 5 de marzo – 12 p.m. sábado 2 de abril – 12 p.m. sábado 7 de mayo – 12 p.m. sábado 4 de junio – 12 p.m. RESERVACIONES INTERNET: WWW.REPERTORIO.ORG TELéFONO: 1.212.225.9999
  32. 32. best practices part 2 ongoing assessment ongoing assessment • Formative Assessment on Ed’s site
  33. 33. best practices part 3 Scaffolding authentic resources FOR FRENCH II A listening activity - French IV Speakers: Emotions: Relationships among the speakers: Type of listening:
  34. 34. yabla • Agriculture verticale Thème: Les défis mondiaux
  35. 35. Yabla download QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  36. 36. using video in class • Youtube video converted with Keepvid then placed on your website, embedded on a powerpoint, stored on your desktop QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  37. 37. Using youtube / keepvid QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Thèmes: La Vie Contemporaine /Les Défis Mondiaux
  38. 38. using televised ads QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  39. 39. scaffolding this ad • NOVICE • • INTERMEDIATE • • uncomplicated tasks / short utterances / brief descriptions predictable, concrete topics / evidence of different time frames, basic Q & A on familiar topics ADVANCED • sustained narration & description, ease of expression including opinions and observations
  40. 40. la chanson - c’est du lourd QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. • Thème: La vie contemporaine
  41. 41. helpful music links • Top 50 French songs • Lengthy list of French songs linked to themes & language • Spanish song / video site linking language concepts to media • 50 songs for learning Italian
  42. 42. convert youtube videos to audio (mp3)
  43. 43. handbrake QuickTime™ and a AVC Coding decompressor are needed to see this picture. • Kirikou Thèmes: La quête de soi / La famille et la communauté
  44. 44. 3 phases of technology teaching • Phase 2
  45. 45. voicethread • A collaborative multimedia slide show that holds videos, images and documents and allows people to leave comments in various ways
  46. 46. voicethread • L’injustice par Garou Thème: La famille et la communauté
  47. 47. L’Injustice activities • Novice • • Intermediate • • simple descriptions of scenes, objects, actions basic statements and questions about the video in variety of time frames Advanced • opinions/observations, apply to your life
  48. 48. l’injustice - 3 modes of communication • Presentational • Interpretive • Interpersonal
  49. 49. prezi presentation • Prezi on métissage
  50. 50. glogster presentation
  51. 51. 3 phases of technology teaching • Phase 3
  52. 52. slideshare • Slideshare on Bib!!
  53. 53. Interacting with students 24/7 • Lingtlanguage • This program allows teachers to use video, text and voice to prompt an audio student response
  54. 54. lingt capabilities
  55. 55. wordle
  56. 56. podcasting yodio & audioboo yodio & audioboo • Ed’s podcasts
  57. 57. a model of a themed-based unit featuring authentic materials • Select a primary text / resource • short story, article, abridged novel, film/video • Enrich the unit with a variety of materials • The result - a culturally rich, engaging unit
  58. 58. Ed’s themed unit • Themes - contemporary life, global challenges • Primary source - George Simenon’s Maigret et le Clochard • Supporting materials - informative websites, audio interviews, music videos and lyrics, news videos, voicethreads, wordle, statistics, maps, teacher created advanced organizer • Let’s see how it works
  59. 59. ipads for world language • Numerous apps for all levels • Immediacy of apps & online access • Grammar, news, listening & reading comprehension • Document sharing via Google Docs
  60. 60. language resources • news sites • international organizations • national / tourism sites • podcast sites • govt • assorted sites
  61. 61. ed’s spanish links • 30+ links to enrich your curriculum
  62. 62. ed’s italian links • My new list for Italian teachers
  63. 63. news sites • RFI • BBC MUNDO • TV5 MONDE • ABC.ES • RTL
  64. 64. rfi - langue francaise
  65. 65. abc.es
  66. 66. tv5 monde
  67. 67. bbc mundo
  68. 68. bbc french
  69. 69. rtl
  70. 70. international organizations
  71. 71. naciones unidas
  72. 72. medecins sans frontieres
  73. 73. red cross
  74. 74. restos du coeur
  75. 75. national / tourism sites
  76. 76. la belgique
  77. 77. que ver en madrid
  78. 78. france diplomatie
  79. 79. tourisme.fr
  80. 80. podcasts
  81. 81. french podcast list
  82. 82. bibliotheque nationale
  83. 83. culture box
  84. 84. ielanguages
  85. 85. la voix des jeunes
  86. 86. canal academie
  87. 87. a rich site
  88. 88. a rich site (Spanish)
  89. 89. suny cortland site
  90. 90. chansons
  91. 91. spanish songs (163)
  92. 92. university of toronto
  93. 93. French resources • Pinterest
  94. 94. pinterest for Spanish
  95. 95. my contact information • • Google “Ed Weiss Haverford” Tab on left bottom “authentic materials” • My email - edweiss@comcast.net • Workshops on technology integration, WL curriculum building, French resources, AP strategies, 3 modes of curriculum, using Ipads in WL classes

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