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Norma patricia martinez caamaño

  1. 1. NORMA PATRICIA MARTINEZ CAAMAÑO mtzcaamano@hotmail.com Language Awareness-Level 1 Topic: pronunciation trainingTask 1.Match the six content areas to the following themes TOPIC CONTENT AREA Use of social forms Language learning processes Learning in a group Language and culture Function of the Common European Language and culture Framework of Reference Which are the different learner types Language learning processes The four skills Language awareness Speaking activities Language learning processes How do we draw up a lesson plan? Planning and evaluation How do I present a grammar structure? Language teaching Micro-peer teaching Language teaching Different types of exercises in language Self assessment and developing classrooms Using pictures in a language classroom Language teaching Feedback rules Panning and evaluation Pronunciation training Language awareness Learning strategies and learner autonomy Self assessment and developing Difficult classroom situations Self assessment and developing Progress tests Language learning processes The use of media e-learning / blended Language teaching learning Intercultural learning Language and culture
  2. 2. Self assessment and developing – Topic: difficult classroom situations. Talking about family. Language learning processes – Topic: speaking activities. Talking about family. Language awareness – Topic: pronunciation training. Two- syllables nouns
  3. 3. LEASON PLAN LANGUAGE AWARENESST = teacher / S = students Phases of Media/ Social Time Learning Activities materia Aim of activity Form (mins) lsIcebreaker/ - T. Write the words teacher and doctor on the board. Ask the -Teacher N/A introduce theme. 1min.Introduction students how many syllables each word has. Have the students -two syllable nouns.Two- syllable repeat the words chorally, and ask them whether the stress isnouns. on the first or the second syllable in each word.Extension of T. See the student’s book page for the audio script. students audio Recognize the stressed 5 mintheme syllable. T: play the recording once, and have the students just listen with their books closed. Then ask them to tell you which syllable is stressed in each word (the first in all cases) T. Have the students open their books and draw their attention to the underlined (stressed) syllables. Then play the recording again, and ask the students to repeat the words with the correct stress. Emphasize that the stress is on the first syllable. T. Note that many learners find the pronunciation of lawyer challenging. You may need to ask the students to repeat this word several times until they can say it comfortably.Personalisatio - See the student’s book page for the audio script. -individual Student Practice pronunciation 10n ’s book Before you have the students work in pairs, give them time to practice saying the words individually.Transfer- - put the students into pairs, and have them take turns -Group Stude - practice 20speaking saying the words. nt’s pronunciation andactivities - Encourage students to listen to their partner’s correct stress pronunciation and make sure that the first syllable is book -Collaborative stressed. learning - when the students finish, play the recording and have them repeat the words chorally.Consolidati -see the student’s book page for the audio script. Have -group Stude 40on-difficult the students look at the picture and tell them that they nt’s -practiceclassroom are going to hear these two different friends talking book pronunciation,situations. about the woman’s family. occupations, -Have the students work in pairs. Point out the model possessives. conversation. When the pairs finish, nominate several students to tell you something about their partner’s family. -Listen to the students without interrupting them. Take note of their errors. -Go over the most important errors after the activity: mention up to four errors, involve your students in correcting the errors. Do this anonymously.
  4. 4. TIMETABLE FOR 1 WEEKDAY COURSEMain input: 8 hours of face training sessions.Lesson observation: 4 teaching sessions observable live. 9:00-11 11:15- 3:00-5:00 6:00-7:00 13:30Monday Speaking Practicing Pronunciation Difficult activities DT3 drills training classroom LLP LA situation LLP Teaching SA different Rhythm and types of intonation activities DT3 LA LLPContent areas are:Language awareness LALanguage and culture LCLanguage learning processes LLPLanguage teaching LTPlanning and evaluation PESelf-assessment and developing SA

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