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Japanese ProfeLL 2 – Maintaining Momentum in Japanese.  Professional learning intended outcomes: We will differentiate to cater for individual needs: Workshop aspects of units 1 – 10 by focusing on: 10 principles of second language acquisition (Ellis 2005)

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Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

Japanese ProfeLL 2 – Maintaining Momentum in Japanese

 Professional learning intended outcomes:

We will differentiate to cater for individual needs:

  • Workshop aspects of units 1 – 10 by focusing on:

    • 10 principles of second language acquisition (Ellis 2005)

    • which will include language input methodologies (Principle 6)

    •  and language acquisition and use (Ps 1 + 6 + 7)

    • context – colour and animals


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

  • Discuss assessment package in Hai and x-reference with NZC levels 1 +2, Level 1 in Japanese in the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Aho Arataki Marau.

  • Interact with relevant websites, software, DVDs, videos and song and discuss their application to second language learning and culture

    NZC and websites:

    http://learning-languages.tki.org.nz/

    http://learning-languages.tki.org.nz/Specific-languages/Japanese

    http://www.learninglanguageswaikato.blogspot.com/

    https://learninglanguageswaikato.wikispaces.com/Japanese


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

  • Revisit how cultural activities are integrated into the programme and continue to grow an understanding of interculturality (iCLT) around identity, language and culture (ILC)

  • Reflect on own learning and set personal and school goals for term 3 and rest of year.


Learning intention specific learning outcome slo

Learning Intention (Specific Learning Outcome = SLO)

In this session we are going to learn 11 colours in Japanese:


Why would we want to learn this

Why would we want to learn this?

Colours are adjectives

Adjectives make our spoken and written language:

more interesting

more vibrant

more dynamic

morecolourful


Success criteria how will you know you have been successful today

Success criteria:(How will you know you have been successful today?)

Listening:

you will be able to point to the colours when you hear them

Speaking:

you will be able to say the colours correctly and off by heart

Reading for Recognition:

you will be able to read the colour words used in the activities, and read them (say out loud) correctly.


Do now

Do Now:

Listen, follow my instructions.

Kiite kudasai. きいて ください。

Listen actively and repeat

the Japanese you will hear

as exactly as you can.

Kiite, itte kudasai.

きいて いって ください。


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

Nani iro ga hoshii desu ka.

Aka ga hoshii desu.

Doozo.

Arigatoo gozaimasu.

Doo itashimashite.


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

なに いろ が ほしい 

です か。

あか が ほしい です。

どうぞ。

ありがとう ございます。 どう いたしまして。


Learning intention specific learning outcome slo1

Learning Intention (Specific Learning Outcome = SLO)

In this session you are going to learn in Japanese.

  • to ask if someone has a pet

  • to say you have a dog

  • and maybe:

  • to return the question

  • to say you have the same pet

    Why would we want to learn this?


Success criteria how will you know you have been successful today1

Success criteria:(How will you know you have been successful today?)

Listening:

You will be able to point to the animals when you hear the words and respond to questions about your pet

Speaking:

You will be able to ask and answer correctly and off by heart

Reading for Recognition:

You will be able to read the questions and answers used in the activities, and read them (say out loud) correctly.


Do now1

Do Now:

  • Listen, follow my instructions. Kiite kudasai.

  • Listen actively and repeat the Japanese you will hear as exactly as you can.

    Kiite, itte kudasai.

    きいて いって ください。


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

Have you got a pet?

Yes, I’ve got a dog.

And you?

Yes, I’ve got one too.

Yes, I’ve got a cat.

No, I don’t have a pet. X


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

PETTO wa?

Hai, inu desu.

Machiko san wa?

Hai, watashi mo.

Hai, neko desu.

Iie. PETTO janai desu. X


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

ペット は?

はい いぬ です。

まちこ さん は?

はい わたし も。

はい ねこ です。

いいえ。ペット じない です。X


Japanese profell 2 maintaining momentum in japanese

いぬ inu

ねこ

neko

うみ uma nezumi

       ねずみ

 ぶた buta


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