TEACHER INPUT THAT FACILITATES SUCCESSFUL STUDENT OUTPUT. 22/11/2013 Sirle Kivihall, MA. Topic- and task-based lessons. Teachers aim is n ot just fill up the students with knowledge, but encourage them to learn by doing ;
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Sirle Kivihall, MA
1. Classroom management
2. Teaching materials
3. Motivation and responsiveness to students’ needs and interests
4. Topic-oriented lesson plans
5. Classroom dynamics
6. Critical reflection
1. Small talk - a conversation about common topics that helps build rapport between people.
2. Classroom chat –moves into substantive topics derived from a lesson-based content area, using relevant vocabulary.
3. Problem-solving assignments –to encourage interaction and authentic use of language in the classroom.
4. Strip stories – provide practice in negotiating meaning andencouraging fluency development.
5. Dialogues– starts with controlled practice and moves towards more authentic and fluent interaction.
1. Try to imagine what it is like to be your student
2. Don’t move your body around nervously
3. Be prepared not to meet the learning objectives
4.Don’t intervene before a “learning opportunity” has definitely passed