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互动式外语课堂教学探索 《 新标准高职高专公共英语教材 》 听说、 综合课程说课示列. 陈 龙 上海外国语大学网络教育学院 2009 年 4 月. Student factors - low entry level - Statistical findings: * 60-119 (84%) * 60%, 30%, 10%; * 41% (A&L) 78% * 39% (Voc.), 37% (W) * 28% (R) - motivation, attitude - cognition, strategy.

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互动式外语课堂教学探索《新标准高职高专公共英语教材》听说、 综合课程说课示列

陈 龙

上海外国语大学网络教育学院

2009年4月


Some problem facing english teaching at vocational college level

Student factors

- low entry level

- Statistical findings:

*60-119 (84%)

* 60%, 30%, 10%;

*41%(A&L) 78%

*39%(Voc.), 37%(W)

* 28%(R)

- motivation, attitude

- cognition, strategy

Teacher factors

- conception

- methodology

Single set of assessment tool

- New Curriculum

- core Eng + prof. English

- focus on aural/oral Eng.

- differentiation in levels & professions

Some Problem Facing English Teachingat Vocational College Level


A tentative descriptive demo

A Tentative Descriptive Demo

  • Take《新标准高职高专公共英语教材》听说、 综合教程 as an example

  • Unit 1 “Introduction” , Practical Listening & Speaking (1)

  • Unit 1 “Education Does Count”, An Integrated Skills Course (1)


Rational

Rational

  • Language is for communication (78%)

  • Expect good language learning habit

  • Arouse St’s interest

  • Build up St’s confidence

  • Encourage St’s participation (授之以鱼/渔)

  • Input –Intake - Output

  • Use as much English as possible from very beginning

  • Implement “实用为主、够用为度、以应用为目的”


Unit 1 introduction lesson procedures

Unit 1 IntroductionLesson Procedures

  • Pre-listening/speaking Activities (5~6m.)

  • Elicitation & practice (10~12m.)

    - Self-introduction

    - Pair dialogue

  • First listening & Ex. (4~5m.)

  • Second listening & Ex. (3~4m.)

  • Greeting & introduction (6~8m.)

  • Assignment


Pre listening speaking activity

Pre-listening & Speaking Activity

  • What to say when introducing oneself

    - name, age, hometown

    - family (related words)

    - majors, interests, hobbies

    - demonstration(T & 1 or 2 Sts)

    - use of “What about you?”“And you?”

    - pair dialogue (take notes)


Section a i 1st listening input

Section A I. 1st Listening (input)

  • Predicate what to listen to

    - use clues (new words, questions, etc.)

    - use past experience/knowledge

  • Play the recording once

    - focus ongeneral/specificinfo.

  • Check in pairs (p.3-A)


Section a i 1st listening intake self prepared activity

Section A I. 1st Listening(intake)Self-prepared Activity:

1. () The speaker is a second-year

college student.

2. () She lives with her parents.

3. () Both her parents are retired.

4. () She has a twelve-year-old cousin.


Section a i explanation interaction intake

New Words: (p. 3)

- grandparent(n.)

- grandpa(n.) =grandfather

- grandma(n.) =grandmother

- retired (adj.)

- housewife (n.)

- nurse (n.)

- local (adj.)

- cousin(n.)

Section A I. Explanation-Interaction(intake)


Section a i 2nd listening intake output p 3 b

Section A I. 2nd Listening(intake-output) p.3-B

1. How old is the speaker?

2. How many people are there in Li Min's family?

3. Who are they?

4. What is her mother?

5. Where does her father work?

6. What does her cousin like to do?


Section a ii dialogue 1 input intake output

Section A II. Dialogue 1(input-intake-output)

Present the dialogue:

- When you meet someone for the first time, what do you say to him/her?

- play recording or T-read aloud

- explanation or interaction when needed

Practice:

- use greeting patterns in pair work

- St-present (role play)


Section a ii dialogue p 4

Section A II Dialogue (p.4)

(Yang Min and Li Ting are two new students in a technical

college. They are now in the classroom, waiting for the class to

start. This is the first time they have met.)

Yang:Hello, I'm Yang Min.

Li:Hi, I'm Li Ting. Glad to meet you, Yang Min.

Yang:The pleasure is mine. Where are you from, Li Ting?

Li: I'm from Beijing. And you?

Yang: Guangzhou.

(Soon their teacher Mr. White comes into the classroom. This is their first English class.)


Unit 1 education text a education does count

Unit 1 EducationText A Education Does Count


Lesson procedures

Lesson Procedures

  • Pre-reading Activities(10~12m.)

  • 1st Reading Activity (10~15m.)

    - Finding Bill’s advice

    - Reading Exercise: “T” or “F”

  • 2nd Reading: for Main Idea(5~8m.)

  • Language Skill Development (5~8m.)

    - Word, phrase/idiom, sentence, clause

  • Explanation of New Words(15 m.)

    - Expressions, patterns, idioms to learn

  • Assignment(5 m.)


Pre reading activities 10 12m

Pre-reading Activities (10~12m.)

  • What is Education?

  • e- = out;

  • duc-; duce-; duct = lead

  • Educate = lead out (of ignorance)

  • Education: a broad concept that describes all experiences in which people learn.

  • Formal education: learning that takes place in a formal setting (classroom, school, or college)

  • Continuing/Life-long education


Do you know that

Do you know that…?

  • Bill Gates, world’s richest man, is a drop-out

  • 2/3 of American millionaires have no college degree

  • Better education won’t always mean a better job

  • School fee is getting higher and higher

  • Society will need more workers with skills (grey-collared workers)

  • HR managers look more for experience

  • Why more people still want to get higher edu.?


How much do you know about him

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/exec/billg/bio.mspx

http://ei.cs.vt.edu/~history/Gates.Mirick.html

1955: born

1968: programming

1973: at Harvard

1975: drop our of Harvard

1994: got married

2006: >$60 billion

2008: focus on charity

How much do you know about him?


Education does count gates

“Education Does Count”–Gates

  • What’s the meaning of “Count”?

    - (v.): be important; valuable; matter

    - also: name/calculate the number (of)

  • What is “Does” here used for?

    - For emphasis: really, truly

  • Education IS really important & valuable


Why does gates say so

Why does Gates say so?

  • What is his idea about education?

  • Which advice does he offer on education and on drop-out?

  • Let’s find out.


Reading activity 10 15m

Reading Activity (10~15m.)

  • Present the text (input-intake)

    - Student silent reading, or

    - Listening (to recording or teacher-reading aloud), or

    - Listening and silent reading

  • During 1streading/listening, find out:

    - his advice on education & drop-out

    - How many pieces of advice?


Education does count 1

Education Does Count (1)

  • Hundreds of students send me e-mail each year for advice about education. They want to know what to study, or whether it’s OK to drop out of college since that’s what I did. A smaller number of parents send messages asking for suggestions for their sons or daughters. “How can we guide our child toward success?” they ask. Myadvice is simple. “(1)Get the best education you can.(2) Take advantage of high school and college.(3)Learn how to learn.”


Education does count 2

Education Does Count (2)

  • It’s true that I dropped out of college to start Microsoft, but I was at Harvard for three years before dropping out. As I’ve saidbefore,(4)nobody should drop out of college unless they believe they face the chance of a lifetime. And (5) even then they should consider carefully.


Education does count 3

Education Does Count (3)

  • In my company’s early years, we had a bright part-time programmer who planned to drop out of high school to work. We told him no. Quite a few of our people didn’t finish college, but we discourage dropping out.(6) Having a diploma certainly helps somebody who is looking to us for a job.


Education does count 4 a

Education Does Count (4-a)

  • (7) High school and college offer you the best chance to learn many thingsand to do projects with others thatteach you about team spirit. In high school there was a time when I was highly focused on writing software, but for most of my high school years I had many interests. In college, I read about all kinds of things and attended different kinds of classes.


Education does count 4 b

Education Does Count (4-b)

  • For me, (8) classroom is not the only place where you can learn. You can also learn in a library. But somebody handing you a book doesn’t automatically start your learning.(9) You should learn with other people, ask questions, try out ideas and have a way to test your ability.


Education does count 5

Education Does Count(5)

  • In short, it’s a real mistake not to take the chanceto study a wide range of subjectsand tolearn to work with other peoplebecause education does count.


Exercise 1 t or f

Exercise (1): “T” or “F”

  • Get the best education you can.

  • Diploma certainly helps in finding a job.

  • School/college offer best chance to learn a wide range of subjects (& wide interests).

  • Learn how to learn (not just what to learn).

  • Learn to work with others (team spirits).

  • Try out ideas & test your ability.

  • Don’t drop out unless faced with a lifetime chance; even then, consider carefully.


2nd reading for main idea 5 8m

Ph. 1

Ph. 2

Ph. 3

Ph. 4

Ph. 5

--Bill’s advice to students & parents

-- Why Bill dropped out of college

-- Why not to drop out

-- What high school & college offer

-- Conclusion: education does count

(Homework: Ex. A & B, p. 4-5)

2nd Reading: for Main Idea (5~8m.)


Language skill development 5 8m

Language Skill Development (5~8m.)

  • What is…?

    - a word(字)

    - a phrase(词)

    - an idiom(习语)

    - a sentence(句子)

    - a clause(从句)


Word phrase idiom sentence clause

Word, Phrase/Idiom, Sentence, Clause

  • education, study, small, before, about, their

  • high school, young people, team spirit,

  • hundreds of, look for, in short

  • Classroom is not the only placewhere you can learn.

  • As I’ve said before, nobody should drop out of collegeunless they believe(that)they face the chance of a lifetime.


Exercise 2 find examples of

Exercise (2): find examples of

  • Word:

  • Phrase:

  • Idiom:

  • Sentence:

  • Clause:


Explanation of new words 15 m

Explanation of New Words (15 m.)

  • Lead the students to read after you

  • Explanation and illustration

  • Expressions, patterns & idioms to be learned


Homework 5m

Homework (5m.)

  • Practice reading aloud the text

  • Do Ex. A & B, p. 4-5

  • Do Ex. B & C, p. 8

  • Preview “Active Words,” p. 6-7

  • Write a short paragraph, introducing yourself

  • Expressions, patterns & idioms to learn


Expressions to learn

hundreds of (L.1)

a small number of (L. 6)

quite a few (L.20)

many (L.25, 28)

all kinds of(L.28)

different kinds of(L.29)

a wide range of(L.33)

finish college (L.21)

incollege/high school (L.26, 28)

read about(L.28)

have (many) interests (in) (L.28)

be focused on(L.27)

Expressions to Learn


Patterns to learn 1

Patterns to Learn (1)

  • askmeforsuggestions (L.7)

  • sendme email foradvice (L.1-2)

  • guidethe childtoward success (L.9)

  • wanttoknow(L.3)

  • plan todrop out(L.19)

  • learntowork with other people(L.34)

  • learnhow to learn (L.11-12)

  • knowwhat to study (L.3-4)


Patterns to learn 2

It’s true that…(L.13)

As I’ve said before, (L.15)

For me, (L.29)

In short, (L.34)

Patterns to Learn (2)


Idioms to learn

Idioms to Learn

  • drop out(of school, college)(L.13)

  • ask for(advice)(L.7)

  • take advantage of (high school)(L.11)

  • take the chance to(study) (L.34)

  • (face)the chance of a lifetime(L.16)

  • try out (ideas)(L.32)

  • in short(L.34)


Follow up sessions intake output

Follow-up Sessions (intake-output)

  • Check up new words & expression

    (oral translation)(10 m.)

  • Check up homework (5-8 m.)

  • Text explanation(10-15 m.)

  • “Active Words” study & Ex. p.7(8-10 m.)

  • Review of Noun (p.9-10)(5-6 m.)

  • Homework: Ex. B, C & D, p.13-14

  • Aural/Oral session:(20-30 m.)

    - ask a few students to read their introduction

    - practice introducing multiple guests

    - Do you think college edu, is important?


Thank you

Thank You!

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