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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
slide2

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

slide3

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。

slide8

Nani iro ga hoshii desu ka.

Aka ga hoshii desu.

Doozo.

Arigatoo gozaimasu.

Doo itashimashite.

slide9

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。

slide14

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

slide15

PETTO wa?

Hai, inu desu.

Machiko san wa?

Hai, watashi mo.

Hai, neko desu.

Iie. PETTO janai desu. X

slide16

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

slide17

いぬ inu

ねこ

neko

うみ uma nezumi

       ねずみ

 ぶた buta