JET JHS LESSON PLANNING ORIENTATION

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This is from the 2008 New ALT Orientation at KEIO PLAZA HOTEL in SHINJUKU

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  • JET JHS LESSON PLANNING ORIENTATION

    1. 1. Effective Lesson Planning
    2. 2. Overview  Japanese school life  How to write a lesson plan  Team-teaching example  To make a lesson plan --- tips  Assessment  What JTEs want from ALTs
    3. 3. How to write a lesson plan Basic procedures 1. Greetings 2. Warm up 3. Review 4. Presentation of new material 5. Practice 6. Consolidation
    4. 4. Lesson Plan Procedure Time (min) Activities Notes JTE ALT Students Describe in detail What you say, how many students to answer etc. Materials, objectives, notice etc. This is for other people to see what you are going to do in the lesson. It’s highly recommended to include as much information as possible
    5. 5. Useful activities and resources  Word-Association Game  What am I?  Jeopardy  Bingo (and word bingo)  Karuta  Word Poems  Line-up and other workshop group games  Chain Story/ One- word-at-a-time game  My World/ 20 questions/ fruit(s) basket
    6. 6. Other Useful Websites  www.to/r
    7. 7. Grammar Syllabus in Japan 1st grade 2nd grade 3rd grade Alphabet Nouns be verb Verb 3rd person –s Pronoun present progressive interrogative- wh-Q’s can commands past tense past tense future tense – be going to auxiliary verbs- may, must Infinitive Conjunction ( if, when,   etc ) Gerund ing comparative passive voice - is done by x present perfect have -en/ed relative pronoun
    8. 8. How to write a lesson plan  Know your students  Use as many visual aids as possible  Show it, don’t explain it  Let students have fun and study  Be flexible and always prepare extra work for higher level students  Make students practice in many ways without being aware  Common mistakes: word order
    9. 9. Word order: : translated from Japanese? A: I got an A in the English test. B: ( ) [ hear I’m that to glad ] I’m glad to hear that. I’m hear that to glad. I’m that to hear glad. 17% 70%
    10. 10. Building on what they know English What they learntexperience
    11. 11. Role of ALT in class  “THE” REASON TO SPEAK IN ENGLISH  Model pronunciation  Present dialogues  Opportunity for real communication  More ideas  Evaluation
    12. 12. ASSESSMENT
    13. 13. School report  Three times a year 1st semester: April-July, 2nd: Sep-Dec, 3rd : Jan-March  Based on 5 exams a year, reports and everyday activities in and out of classes
    14. 14. English Grade (1-5)  Motivation and interest  Knowledge and understanding of the language  Understanding  Expression (A-C)
    15. 15. Speech / Essay Evaluation Before  Discuss exactly what you want to evaluate by the speech  Set clear goals for students After  Set a clear standard before or after the first couple of examples
    16. 16. Speech Evaluation ( example )   Example A B C contents Grammatically correct and coherent understandable hard to understand length more than 40 sec 20-39 sec less than 19 sec delivery Loud, fluent and expressive Fluent but flat slow eye contact preparation can look up and speak remember the text but poor eye contact don't remember what to say or speak in words
    17. 17. Speech Evaluation ( example ) No. Name Content Delive r y Pronunciation Volume Time 1 Haruka. A 4 3 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 3 2 1 2 Mone. I 4 3 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 3 2 1 3 Ryo. I 4 3 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 3 2 1 4 Moe. O 4 3 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 3 2 1
    18. 18. What JTEs want from ALTs With students  Speak slowly in easy words (but not too slow)  Be an entertainer  Do not speak Japanese when there is a student around (except for grammar)  Be friendly and easy to talk to  Keep them thinking positively about English  Be encouraging
    19. 19. What JTEs want from ALTs About teaching  Teach stress / intonation / rhythm  Ideas are welcome  Help make the lesson plan  Ready to help out Sound Comprehension Knowledge word order, sound, vocab
    20. 20. What JTEs want from ALTs With the staff • Punctuality • Socialize with other school staff • Join school activities • Join other classes • Help with clubs • Your job is not only to teach English but also to be an ambassador for your country!

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