Entreprenöriellt lärande 140428. Tidigare på bloggen har jag skrivit om den utbildning som jag och mina kollegor påbörjade i EPL den 30 oktober 2013.
Under senvintern har vi sedan haft handledning av Daniel Gottnier (som har varit vår utbildare), från Me University, för att sedan under våren ha ytterligare 2 utbildningsdagar. I det här inlägget kommer jag att sammanfatta utbildningsdagen som vi hade den 28/4-14. Entreprenöriellt lärande Daniel Gottnier börjar med att kort repetera föregående utbildningsdag. Han visar bilden av "Strategiskt Entreprenöriellt Lärande" och den process som eleven måste genomgå för att nå en ökad grad av autonomi. Daniel repeterar nuläge, resultat och strategi: Nuläge - dvs. startpunkten där vi kartlägger var vi befinner oss och bestämmer oss för vart det är vi vill leda våra elever, vad vi vill att de ska uppnå.
Strategi - dvs.alla de verktyg som vi har att röra oss med t.ex.resurser, organisation, förhållningssätt osv. Årshjul Övergripande målsättning över läsåret. Hur (Andra cirkeln utifrån) Entrepreneurs can change the world - International version. Nomination Cards: Giving students a chance to speak – tekhnologic. Nomination cards can be used in discussion activities as a way to give all students a chance to speak.
It can be a difficult balance trying to facilitate and maintain discussions in the classroom. You have to think about dominant students, shy students, students who don’t know each other, students who feel that they belong to different social groups, students who feel once they have said something their part in the discussion is over and students who are reluctant to talk.
It’s difficult and if the teacher involves themselves in the discussion, the students will look at them to lead it. Students need to learn how to nominate each other, how to ask each other for their opinions and how to involve everyone. You can assign roles to students, or give them an activity to practice these skills. I tried a nomination activity out and it worked extremely well. The activity is based on card games, not games like poker, but games that have special cards or cards that give the player an ability. Some nice activities to practise Reported Speech. I love teaching reported speech.
I don’t know if students can feel when a teacher enjoys teaching something though I have the impression that somehow it shows. Here are some ideas to get my students “love” (well, maybe I’m getting a bit carried away) reported speech. Hopefully, some of them will do the trick. Länkar engelska.
Work together to brainstorm resolutions, and write them on a sheet of chart paper. If necessary, reword them in a positive manner (such as "walk" rather than "don't run"). These may be resolutions for behavioral expectations (take turns) or class goals (learn our times tables). Each student can write one of the resolutions from the list on a paper bubble cutout. Guess Who Students become detectives in this get-acquainted game, in which they uncover the real identity of a fellow classmate.
List of Interactive Quizzes. The quizzes with a magenta marble are also listed within the section or digital handout to which they apply.
The twenty-one quizzes with a green marble and designated "Practice" have been adapted from the instructor's manual and other ancillary materials accompanying Sentence Sense: A Writer's Guide. They are duplicated here with permission of the author, Evelyn Farbman, and the publisher, Houghton Mifflin Inc. The seventeen quizzes with a gold marble were written by the English faculty at an estimable midwestern university and are used here with the permission of that department. The ten quizzes with a red marble were prepared by students in Professor Karyn Hollis's Tutor Training course at Villanova University. Clicking on the NUMBER immediately before the quiz's name will take you to the section of the Guide pertaining to the grammatical issue(s) addressed in that quiz.
Clicking on the Guide's logo at the top of a quiz-page will bring you back to this page. Kopia av Music quiz year 9. Music Quiz VT 16. Katherine Bilsborough - no-prep activities. In one kind, the teacher knew in advance that he would be away and will have prepared a lesson plan, complete with materials and maybe a few notes about the class itself; students to keep an eye on, students with special needs … The other kind happens when the teacher’s absence is unplanned and there hasn’t been time to make any such preparations.
Some schools and Language Centres have ‘ready-to-go’ lessons available for these occasions; useful of course but not always ideal and hardly ever remarkable. During my various stints as a standby-teacher I learnt that that the best thing about jumping in to an already-established class was that it provided an opportunity for some real communication as the learners would (hopefully) be curious about this intruder, coming in out of the cold and threatening to disrupt the status quo. Who hasn’t seen those looks of ‘Who the …?’ The Best Music Websites For Learning English. Check out my New York Times post for English Language Learners focuses on using music for language development and includes a student interactive, video, and teaching ideas.
I use music a lot in my teaching of English Language Learners. Top 100 Youtube videos for EFL! Youtube recently celebrated its 5th anniversary.
Wow! See the video karaoke I made with Breakingnewsenglish content. However, today, in honor of youtube and what it does for our classrooms – I’ll leave you with a great gift. My 100 top youtube videos for students! Yes, I took HOURS to collect these together and find only the best. Many others I wanted to include but alas they weren’t on youtube – but find them where I’ve collected them against father time – on EFL Classroom 2.0. Also, get the ebook which includes loads of link lists plus the best commercials for teaching English. Kimstudies - Home.