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Action Plan (Module 1)

Action Plan (Module 1)

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Published by: Huỳnh Lê Quang Đệ on Oct 29, 2013
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MODULE 1
PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS
Time allotted: 20 periods(C. Oanh & C. Khanh)
MorningSession 1Topic focusTasks + purpose(s)ExpectedTimeTeaching/ learning aids
8: 30 a.m.-9 : 30 a.m.
Human brain-functions andfactsChildren asactivelearners
(1) Warm-up: Self-introduction flowers(2) show a picture of human brain with some blanks(trainees: fill in the gaps with names of brainhemispheres and their functions)(3) quiz (4 questions- facts about human brain)(4) True/ False statements (8 statements about children’ brain in relation with their learning): work individually(5) Compare & share in groups about the statements(6) summarise the following main points:* Experience shaping the brain* Learning involving feeling* Memory enhanced by multi-sensory* Making sense in learning10 min.20 min30 minColored paper flowersProjector H/O
1
Projector & H/O
2
 
BREAK TIME
10:00 a.m.– 10: 40 a.m.
The younglanguagelearners
(1) task 1: trainees are given pieces of papers which areabout the characteristics and abilities of children (5-8 yrs& 8-10 yrs of age) in order to categorize them according10 min. H/O
3
 
to children’s age group(2) trainer summarizes the key points about children’scharacteristics & abilities in relation with languagelearning(3)task 2: group discussion on the question, “What doesthe understanding of young language learners mean for your teaching?”. This activity is done in order to drawout some general principles for PELT(4) wrap-up with 8 principles10 min.10 min.10 min projector H/O
4
 projector 
AfternoonSession 2Topic Tasks + purpose(s)ExpectedTimeTeaching/ learning aids
2: 00 p.m.-3 : 00 p.m.
Children &adult learning
(1) Warm-up: animal race -> lead in to the keyword:
children
 (2) Adult learning -> How do adults learn?-group discussion-make notes(3) Children learning -> Do children learn differentlyfrom adults?-brainstorming the differences-sharing in pairs/ groups-make notes(4) Opinion poll-read 8 statements about the differences-> agree, disagree, not sure(5) Making posters in group on the differences betweenadults – children learning15 min.10 min.10 min.10 min15 min.Magnetic pictures of 4animals & magnetic boardH/O
8
Posters, markers,magnetic stickers, H/O
9-10
 
BREAK TIME
3:30- 4:30
Conditions tosupport L1 &L2
(6) show the picture and the dialogue between a mother and a small child who is getting dressed (trainees look atthe picture and discuss the conditions to support L1)(7) group discussion to make notes of similarities &differences between L1 & L2 supportive conditions(6) DVD watching-Reflection on 2 extracts (trainees: ticon kinds of classroom materials used& learning environment)-List out the right environment for learning to take place(7) wrap-up (game)10 min20 min.20 min.10 min.Projector White board & marker,H/O
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H/O
12 &
H/O
13
Slap the board withsticky balls
MorningSession 3Topic Tasks + purpose(s)ExpectedTimeTeaching/ learning aids
8:00 a.m.– 9: 00 a.m.
MultipleIntelligences
(1) Warm-up: crossword puzzle about famous people indifferent fields to lead in the key word “intelligence(Issac Newton, Nicole Kidman, Thomas Adison, Enstein,Abraham Lincoln, Elton John, David Copperfield, BillGates…)(2) Group discussion: Who is the most intelligent?-David Beckham-Brad Pitt-Issac Newton-Beethoven-Martin Luther King10 min.10 min. projector  projector 

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