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  1. 1. 2012波士頓暑期教師研習 如何設計一堂高效率的中文課 ChinHuei Yeh 葉金惠 8/25/2012
  2. 2. Today’s AgendaEffective TeacherStages of Lesson PlanDesign a Chinese LessonActual Lesson Sharing
  3. 3. Today’s Goal Participants will be able to define the process of a lesson plan Participants will be able to set the learning outcome and write a lesson plan with measureable outcome
  4. 4. Professional values and Professional knowledge personal and commitmentunderstanding Personal skills and abilitiesProfessional Action
  5. 5. Positive Effective class expectation management Ability to Fair, Flexible design and and deliver the Organized curriculumEnthusiasm Effective Rapport with Teacher students
  6. 6. Deliver the LessonPlan the neededcurriculum Design the activities, assignments and discussion Deploy Accountable Assessment
  7. 7. Lesson planContinuum Detailed Planning notes Rough Plan Closely follow Formal the textbook Lesson PlanNo Preparation
  8. 8. The Seven Habits of HighlyEffective People Be proactive Begin with the end in mind Put first things first Think win-win Seek first to understand, then to be understood Synergize Sharpen the saw
  9. 9. Procedures1. (Activate old knowledge)2. Starts with the objective of Today’s lesson3. Set the stage for Today’s4. Present the materials in small steps5. Provide models6. Guided Practice7. Checking for understanding8. Assessing
  10. 10. First StepWhat do you want students be able to do at the end of the class?Backward Design 會溝 默寫 通 生詞 會念 文化 課文 會造 會造 詞 句
  11. 11. Purposes of Objectives
  12. 12. Purposes of Objectives •Provide teacher the goal of the 1. teaching-learning process •Provide a clear framework for 2. assessment •Provide students direction and 3. a goal for learning
  13. 13. Outcome of the Lesson A single sentence Share it with students before the lesson Always connect to students’ needs Students have the right to know what they are expecting
  14. 14. What’s your objective? 來源: 流傳文化嘻哈樂園拼音繪本
  15. 15. 來源: 流傳文化嘻哈樂園拼音繪本
  16. 16. 來源: 流傳文化嘻哈樂園拼音繪本
  17. 17. Objectives Relate to the main topic of the lesson Measurable Student-oriented
  18. 18. Measurable Verb?Label Be exposed toRelate UnderstandDefine  Know Be familiarExplain withApply LearnAnalyze Appreciate
  19. 19. Helpful HintWhen you write correctlearning objective, yourassessment of learningoutcomes writes itself!
  20. 20. Example:Learning Objective: The participant will be able to identify Chinese zodiac animals in Chinese Assessment Name Chinese zodiac animal in Chinese
  21. 21. 2. Setting the Stage A. •Warm-up • Review B. •Introduction to a new lesson C. •focuses the learners’ attention on the objective •relates the objective to their lives
  22. 22. Presenting Introduces new information Checks learner comprehension of the new material Models the tasks that the learners will do in the practice stage
  23. 23. PracticeProvides opportunities to practice and apply the new language or informationGuided practiceIndividual/paired/group practice
  24. 24. Checking forUnderstandingContinuouslyAllow you to make instruction decision during the lessonMonitor students’ progress in real time, not to wait until the testEnsure students not to practice/reinforce with wrong information
  25. 25. Examples Individual small white board Folded paper Dip sticks Exit Tickets Do-now on the warm-up activity
  26. 26. National Training Center’s pyramid graph of Average Learning Retention Rates
  27. 27. Practical Considerations 1 • Sequencing 2 •Pacing 3 • Gauging difficulty • Accounting for individual 4 differences 5 •Monitoring learner versus teacher talk 6 •Timing
  28. 28. Is this correct? When you ask a question in class, immediately call for volunteers Give tests that are very long Teach without sharing learning objectives Judge student by his/her behavior rather not his/her academic achievement Give hard test to scare students Have students work in groups with no individual accountability
  29. 29. EvaluationEnables the teacher and learners toassess how well they have graspedthe lesson
  30. 30. ReflectionWhat went well? Why?What did not go as planned? Why? If I had it to do over again, what would I change?What have I learned about my students that I can account for in future lesson planning?
  31. 31. Example1:ObjectivesWe’re going to learn classroom objects. By theend of the class, stud tens will be able to 1. Address classroom objects in Chinese 2. Ask and answer the ownership of a classroom objects in Chinese
  32. 32. Example1:
  33. 33. Example:Procedures1. Teacher introduce today’s objectives2. As a warm-up and opening activities, teacher is showing a secret bag3. Orally review the vocabulary4. Students silently study the list for 3min.5. Guided practice
  34. 34. Example:Procedures (cont.)6. Teacher introduce new sentence pattern7. Scrabble sentence practice (listening, grammar and group activity)8. Students interview (speaking & listening)9. Teacher facilitate students sharing interveiw result10. Wrap activities
  35. 35. Example1:Assessment1.Teacher is going to check for students’ understanding through individual and group activities throughout the class.2. Interview report is one of the indication of the assessment
  36. 36. Example2:Objectives We’re going to learn “Chinese New Year”. By the end of the class, students should 1. be able to relate important customs for Chinese New Year 2. be able to write important words for Chinese red banners 3. be able to greet people with proper Chinese during Chinese New Year
  37. 37. Example2:ProceduresTeacher introduces today’s agenda. 1. To set the stage for today’s lesson, Teacher is going to walk a Chinese lion puppet around the classroom with special Chinese New Year music to activate the topic. 2. Direct instruction – introduce Chinese New Year, customs, do’s and donts. Teacher will teach students how to greet people during the period of Chinese New Year Celebration. 3. After direct instruction, students process the material silently for 2 minutes on their own. Students will write down some of the facts on their notes. 4. Guided practice—Teacher facilitate oral practice by throw a ball to one student ad greet him/her “ Happy New Year” in Chinese. Student will respond to Teacher with another proper greeting words in Chinese.
  38. 38. Example2:5. Students practice with hands-on activity (JigsawPuzzles) ◦ Students practice new skill by pairs. While students practice, teacher checks with groups and give individual help6. Guided practice—(character recognition/ writing) ◦ Teacher show the characters first and ◦ Student practice the writing and then write the words on red papers ◦ Teacher check students writing by moving around the tables7. Wrap-up activity—Exit ticket Students will be asked to say a set of good fortune words in Chinese in order to get the Red Envelop.
  39. 39. Example2:Assessment1. Teacher throw ball to students to check students understanding through the class.2. Teacher checks students understanding through the group activity.3. Teacher ask an exit ticket to check students speaking at the end of the class.
  40. 40. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Be proactive Begin with the end in mind Put first things first Think win-win Seek first to understand, then to be understood Synergize Sharpen the saw Balance and renew your resources, energy (and health) to create a sustainable, long-term, effective teaching. And learn from the mistakes
  41. 41. Balance and renew your skills andresources to teach effectively.