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Chinese Guest Teacher Summer Institute

有效的教学策略和过程 Engagement and Management Procedures Lucy C. Lee 竹露茜 全美中小学中文教师协会 Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools (CLASS) 七月二十九日 10:00 am-12:30 am


Outcomes for Session

营造高效率的课堂学习环境  了解教学的步骤和流程  明白教学策略的应用  设计有效的教學活动 

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Becoming an Effective Chinese Teacher

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营造高效率的 课堂学习环境

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Classroom Time Management Calendar A weekly or monthly calendar marked with school events and tests and quizzes schedule.

Kitchen Timer or Stop Watch A great multipurpose tool for classroom. Use it for transitions, group time, journaling, cleanup time.

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Effective Classroom Organization and Management

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Things that help classroom organization and management • • • • • • • • • •

Empty Tissue Box (store take-home projects) Post-It Notes (pick up crumbs and dust) Cookie jars (store small items) Baskets (store group projects items) Baskets Plastic snack bags (with zipper to seal) Lunch bags Shoe boxes Coat Hangers Shower curtain Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Tips for classroom organization In and Out Boxes Place the In and Out Boxes on a bookshelf by the door of the classroom, they are arranged in pairs and labeled by period. Label Everything Place labels on every classroom items. It will make cleanup easier and quicker. Address Stickers Put your name and room number on anything as yours—classroom books, rulers, staplers— with a return-address sticker, and they’ll not be disappeared. Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


More Tips for classroom organization Number Line Assign each of each student a number. Then have students write their name and number on every paper. It makes assignments easy to keep track of and grades quick to enter. Copy Class Roster Make at least 20-30 copies of your class list at the beginning of the year. They will be useful for so many things-quick classroom games, a reference for substitutes, notes on behavior during an assembly, or field trip checklists. Presentation ŠLucy C. Lee 2012


课堂教学的步骤和流程

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教案设计 • Goals 教学目标 • Content and Skills 教学内容 • Outcomes 教学结果 • Instructional Approach 教学程序

• Assessment 教学评估 Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Daily Lesson Plan • Objectives of the lesson • Lesson Topic and Vocabulary

• Instruction and Activities • Formative and Summative Assessments • Resources/Materials Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


5 steps of Daily Teaching (1) Setting the Stage -- Grab student interest; (2) Input Stage -- Teacher introduces new information; (3) Guided Practice Stage -- Teacher guides activities that use new information; (4) Independent Practice Stage -- Students lead activities that use the new information and skills; and (5) Assessment/Application -- Students prepare and present projects, using the new language and skills.

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Instructional Procedures (1): 1. How will you activate prior knowledge? 2. How will you connect that with the new information/concept? 3. How will you conduct guided practice? 4. What strategies can you use for different learning styles?

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Instructional Procedures (2): 5. How will you reinforce learned materials? 6. How will you provide a new context in which knowledge/skills learned can be applied to that new setting? 7. How will you find out if students really “got it?� 8. How will you do a closure for the class?


Beginning of the Lesson • Do Now • Warm up • Hook

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Do Now 现在做 目的: • Get students focused on the lesson • Get students to settle down and be quiet 形式: – Review practice – Show a picture and ask students to predict the next one (maybe even draw) – Complete a dialogue in pairs Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Warm up 暖身活动 目的: • Start the brain functioning in the language; not new material 形式: – – – – –

Oral questions Written questions Pronunciation practice Vocabulary practice (e.g., flash cards) Reading Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Hook 吸引兴趣 目的: • Hook—to get students interested; information on the upcoming lesson 形式: – Picture – Demonstration – Listening Comprehension – Video/DVD clip Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Setting the Stage -- Grab student interest

分组 活动

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Presentation of the Instruction 教学演示 • What material will be present that day? • How will you present it? – Realia – Flash cards or pictures – Comparing sentences – Reading a story/sample – Watching a video clip and then analyzing it Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Presentation of the Instruction 教学演示 • What modes will you use in presentation and practice? • Will it be culturally authentic? • How will you infuse culture? • How will you compare with students’ culture?

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Input Stage -- Teacher introduces new information;

分组 活动

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Practice and Learning Check 实际操练和运用 • Practice is related to material presented • How will you practice? • What modes will you use? • Beware of drill and kill • What skills will you address? Listening, speaking, reading, writing? • Think of the outcome Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


Guided Practice Stage -- Teacher guides activities that use new information; Independent Practice Stage -- Students lead activities that use the new information and skills

分组 活动

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Closure 总结 • All lessons should have closure • Sometimes closure and assessment are the same; sometimes not • Example: 3, 2, 1 • Closure can be a way to determine what students have learned • Closure brings the lesson to an end Presentation ©Lucy C. Lee 2012


A closure activity

分组 活动

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Materials 教材教具的选用 • • • •

textbooks, videos/DVDs, tapes Teacher made materials Material borrowed from other sources Authentic materials

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Wrap Up Questions for Discussion:

How do we keep the classroom in the target language? 探讨如何使用目标语教学

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