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Partnership for Learning Conference for CPR-trainers and Supervisors February 27-March 2 Rabat USING THE SCENARIO TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE A. Senhaji CPR OUJDA senabdelouahab @ yahoo.fr USING THE SCENARIO TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OUTLINE
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USING THE SCENARIO TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
Participants will be able to:
You have been assigned to write an important report about your school. It is due in the principal's office tomorrow. However, if you could have one more day, it would be a much better report. (Actually, it is your first wedding anniversary, and you have made reservations at a very prestigious hotel for a romantic dinner with your spouse.) Prepare to discuss this matter with your principal.
A meeting with the ministry of education has been moved up from tomorrow to this afternoon. As a result, the report being written by your teacher is needed today, rather than tomorrow as originally planned. How will you tell your teacher to speed up the writing of the report without jeopardizing its quality?
to foster better communicativecompetence in the target lge. . entails the unexpected and requires the use of lge to resolve conflicts…
“An open–ended strategic Interplay of Roles functioning to fulfill personal agendas within a shared context.” Robert Di Pietro
“An open–ended Strategic Interplay of Roles functioning to fulfill Personal Agendas within a shared context.”Robert Di Pietro
(Adult/-Child) (Parent/Offspring) (Salesperson/Buyer) (T/ ST) (Waiter/Customer) (Employer/Employee) (cautious/spontaneous)
STAGE 1.THE REHEARSAL
Memorized dialogues Discourse is scripted and instructional
No freedom of choice Fixed roles T-oriented tasks
Principal aim is correct performance of grammatical structures or lge functions to reinforce the syllabus.
ST is given a “part”, ST portrays someone other than self.
ST is often told what to do or think (e.g., You want to do sth but your partner doesn’t).
Usually all the players know what the others will say and do.
Involves natural & spontaneous discourse
Free to choose. interpret role as they wish. roles are negotiable. Focus is group oriented.
Focus on fluency communication, Aspects of the target lge are taken from the interaction and determine the linguistic syllabus.
ST plays self within the framework of the role.
ST is given a situation but not told what to think or do.
The interaction contains a greater element of uncertainty and dramatic tension. 'hidden agenda'ROLE PLAYandSCENARIO ROLE
of Roles functioning
within a shared context
the learning process where
the cognitive and
contribute to the student's and
the teacher's personal growth.
Utilizes group work
Develops BICS / CALP
THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER
ROLE PLAY and SCENARIO ROLE
Attention and Collaboration.