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communicative language teaching methods for modern world languages

W e l c o m e t o S E C 5 2 4

Communicative Language Teaching Methods for Modern World Languages

Practical Techniques for Implementing

the National Foreign Language Standards

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Find Someone Who …

(Get a different signature for each blank!)

Learned English as a second language. _____________________

Attended a university outside this state. _____________________

Has a relative who teaches a foreign language. _____________________.

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Communicative Language Teaching Methods for Modern World Languages

Practical Techniques for Implementing the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in your Classroom

Dr. Jack Denny

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Communication

Cultures

Connections

Comparisons

Communities

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The “weave” of curricular elements

Language System ____________

_____________Cultural Knowledge

Communication Strategies _________

____________Critical Thinking Skills

Learning Strategies _______________

____________Other Subject Areas

Technology ___________________

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As we focus on National Standards, we will …

  • Learn practical, easy-to-implement activities that support each of the five national standards.
  • Learn strategies that promote engaged learning.
  • Learn to vary activities to meet the needs for all levels of instruction.
  • Learn ways to provide success for all learners.
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Communication

Communicate in Languages Other than English

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Communication

Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.

Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics.

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Interpersonal Mode

Interpretive Mode

Communication

Presentational Mode

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Say “ten”

by … REEL BIG FISH

She’s not eatin’ __________________,

Not eatin’ sausage,

And she won’t ______________ eggs,

Not eatin’ ___________________

_______ eatin’ turkey,

she ______________have a steak,

but I just can’t help feelin’ _____________

for this _____________ little lettuce head

you know, I can’t stop ______________ cause I know

this broccoli’s _______________.

Vegetarian? I’m not!

...

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Say “ten”

by … REEL BIG FISH

She’s not eatin’ _____________,

Not eatin’ sausage,

And she won’t ______________ eggs,

Not eatin’ ___________________

_______ eatin’ turkey,

she ______________have a steak,

bacon

eat

chicken

Not

won’t

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but I just can’t help feelin’ _____________

for this _____________ little lettuce head

you know, I can’t stop ______________

cause I know this broccoli’s _____________.

Vegetarian? I’m not!

...

sorry

poor

cryin’

dead

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cow

sheep

Poor little _________, little ____________

Little fish, how can I ___________

When _______________ are bleedin’

_____________ are screamin’ and

______________cry,

sleep

carrots

plants

tomatoes

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you say “It’s not so _____, they’re only

_____________.” That’s what you said

Maybe I’m a ___________________ but

I’m ____________

And they are __________ off dead.

bad

vegetables

murderer

hungry

better

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Story Line Up

  • 1. Teacher calls for students to retell portions of
  • a story or process from memory.
  • 2. Students volunteer to come to the front of the
  • classroom and retell information.
  • 3. Teacher calls attention to “gaps” in the sequence
  • and encourages additional students to fill them
  • in..
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Applications : “Story Line Up”

Daily schedule: descriptions morning to night

Events in a chapter, episode, video series

“How to” … pack for a trip, make dinner, etc.

Directions from school to …

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exterminate sneeze

office marigold

revenge flirt

bless laundry

amber baker

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frightened fence

interpret flounder

emotional beige

argumentative office

rollerblade who

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Gambits

  • Wie geht’s?
    • Ach, prima!
    • Danke, gut!
    • Nicht schlecht!
    • So lala.
    • Schlecht!
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FUNCTION GAMBIT

Asking for Information “I’d like to know …”

“Could you tell me …?”

“Do you know …?”

Requesting Clarification “What?”

“Did you say …?”

“I don’t understand.”

“I missed that …”

Interrupting “Excuse me.”

“Sorry, but …”

“Could I ask a question?”

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Real audio

- in class listening

- independent listening

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Cultures

Gain Knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures

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Cultures

Standard 2.1: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the cultures studied.

Standard 2.2: Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the cultures studied.

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K-W-L

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Topic: _________________________

K W L

(know) (want to know) (learned)

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Topic: _________________________

K W L

(know) (want to know) (learned)

Driving in Germany

How expensive is

driver’s training?

Students spend over

$1000 for instruction

the “autobahn”

can’t drive at 16

When do most Germans

get their first car?

no driver’s ed in school

Cars are on the right,not

the left.

(wrong side of road)

Are there many

accidents?

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K-W-L

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Topic: _________________________

K W L

(know) (want to know) (learned)

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Internet … our link to the world

To get started:

• Computer

• Modem

• Access to the Internet via Service Provider

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Search Engines

Netscape Net Search //home.netscape.com/home/internet- search.html

Infoseek //www.infoseek.com/

Lycos //www.lycos.com/

Magellan //www.mckinley.com/

Excite //www.excite.com/

Yahoo //www.yahoo.com/

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Search Engine Project

City map of a German-speaking world capital

Map of the German Bundesländer

A picture from an art museum in Germany

An article about a winter sport (text in German)

A recipe for a German dish

Directions in German to a board game

Map of the wine region of Germany

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Tips ... for using Search Engines

  • Use quotation marks to link words together -- “Baroque architecture”
  • Use + and - for narrowing the search (one space before the + but no space after the +). Example: Munich +museum Munich -Oktoberfest
  • Use a mega-search “engine” such asDogpile (www.dogpile.com) or Findspot (www.findspot.com) or … GOOGLE.COM
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More sites …

www.studyspanish.com

www.conjuguemos.com

www.comfm.com

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      • Values Line-Up
  • 1. Teacher gives a statement based on personal value.
  • 2. Students line up according to their agreement or disagreement with the statement.
  • 3. Teacher cuts the line and slides students to their speaking positions.
  • 4. Teacher and students process the activity.
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Applications : “Values Line-Up”

Controversies in School and Community

Cultural Differences

Literature: What he/she should have done