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ISD 200: International Student Development Week 8. Mari Acob-Nash Ryan Packard Support: John Belmont. Communication/Teaching/Learning Styles. Agenda . 2:00 pm Check in , John’s notes, and current e vents 2:20 pm Communication styles 2:45 pm Teaching/learning styles

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Communication teaching learning styles

ISD 200:International Student DevelopmentWeek 8

Mari Acob-Nash

Ryan Packard

Support: John Belmont

Communication/Teaching/Learning Styles


Agenda
Agenda

2:00 pm Check in, John’s notes, and current events

2:20 pm Communication styles

2:45 pm Teaching/learning styles

3:45 pm Assignment 8 and integration paper


John s notes die
John’s Notes – DIE!

Strategy for writing a paper in which you must Describe, Interpret, Evaluatea subject such as an advertisement.

Write each part in a separate paragraph

Paragraph 1: Description

Paragraph 2: Interpretation

Paragraph 3: Evaluation


Current events
Current Events

Prezi located at:

http://prezi.com/pljhm6xk-aov/isd-current-events/?kw=view-pljhm6xk-aov&rc=ref-1888792


Learning outcomes
Learning outcomes

Solidify teaching styles issues

Learn about self cultural values

Participate in cultural activities


Activity
Activity

  • Parts of the Room

  • 1. have travelled to Africa

  • 2. like to eat pho’

  • 3. understands the meaning of “obrigado”, “xiexie”, “salamat” and “terimahkasih” –all of them

  • 4. doesn’t like American culture

  • 5. loves snakes

  • 6. knows who “Psy” is


Communication
COMMUNICATION

  • ENGLISH -as the main mode of communication on NSCC campus

  • What are the other ways?


Non verbal
Non Verbal

  • Gestures

  • Touch

  • Space


Non verbal communication
Non-Verbal Communication

  • Gestures

  • Body language


Non verbal communication1
Non-Verbal Communication

  • Touch

  • Hugs

  • Hand shake


Non verbal communication2
Non-Verbal Communication

  • Space

  • Physical space


Consider respect cultural differences
CONSIDER & RESPECT CULTURAL DIFFERENCES

  • EYE CONTACT – differs culturally and internationally, seek first to understand a behavior that may differ from what you are used to before judging the behavior as odd or negative. Accept different behaviors as just that, different, not abnormal or crazy or disrespectful.

  • PERSONAL SPACE – do not expect people to be comfortable with your personal space. Comfort from our personal space can vary dramatically and already has been found to differ culturally, and even when comparing men versus women.


Consider respect cultural differences continued
CONSIDER & RESPECT CULTURAL DIFFERENCES (continued)

  • FORMAL VS. INFORMAL – how we address each other, talk to each other, and how we build repertoire with people we are meeting for the first time can vary culturally, by country, by age, etc.

  • CONVERSATION STYLE – some people will offer their unsolicited opinion while others will wait to be specifically asked for their opinion. Encourage both kinds of people to participate. This is often culturally bound or determined.


Learning styles
Learning Styles

  • Visual LearnersAuditory LearnersTactile/Kinesthetic Learners

  • Sensing learners


Bake a cake exercise
Bake a Cake exercise

  • Find a partner and talk about Baking a Cake if you are one kind of learning –what’s the best way to learn to bake the cake?


Teaching styles
Teaching Styles

  • Just as people have individual learning styles, teachers have teaching styles that works best for them. It is important to be aware of your preferences when creating and delivering online instruction. One way in which teaching styles can be categorized is as:

  • Formal authority

  • Demonstrator or personal model

  • Facilitator

  • Delegator


Teaching styles1
Teaching Styles

  • Your educational experience will be challenging, enlightening, collaborative, and supportive. The results, if you work hard, will be profound. You will enjoy improved abilities in:

  • •English language fluency

  • •Academic writing

  • •Presentation skills

  • •Reading strategies

  • •Critical thinking skills

  • •Research skills

  • •Knowledge in your chosen disciplines

  • •American cultural awareness

  • Taken from: http://www.cps.neu.edu/prospective-students/american-teaching-methods.php


Assignment 8 due may 29 5 00pm
Assignment 8Due May 29, 5:00pm

  • Learning styles:

  • Thinking about learning styles, describe a typical classroom environment in your own country of origin. How do the teachers behave? How are the students supposed to behave? Do you like or dislike this style of leaning/teaching?

  • Now, think about your experiences in American classrooms. Is it different than your classroom experiences at home? How? Do you like or dislike the American style of teaching/learning?


Teaching styles2
Teaching Styles

  • Our teaching methods will help shape your learning experience, making sure you are exposed to a variety of learning styles:

  • •Class lectures delivered by expert professors who are also leading practitioners in their professional fields

  • •In-class discussions promoting interaction to help students improve verbal skills and to learn through dialogue and debate

  • •Class presentations encourage students to take a leadership role, share their knowledge, and improve public speaking skills

  • •Challenging opportunities to participate in advanced research and formulate opinions

  • •Course readings that require students to expand their perspective and synthesize new material

  • •Peer student feedback that promotes learning through constructive critiques of each other’s work


Integration paper due may 29 5 00pm
Integration Paper Due May 29, 5:00pm

  • Essay questions (Write 2-3 pages):

  • Throughout the last quarter, what has been the most helpful topic to you and why?

  • What would you tell future international students who want to study in the US before they come here? Why?


Next week may 27
Next Week – May 27

  • Brief discussion of plagiarism and how to avoid it

  • Writing personal statements – important!!

  • Ryan Packard to speak on… it’s a surprise!

  • End of class party will be on June 6th !!