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  1. Project-Based LearningIntroduction http://thaiuo.uoregon.edu/ Leslie Opp-Beckman University of Oregon

  2. Topics, Session 01 Opening remarks. What is Project-Based Learning? Activity 1. Types of class projects. Activity 2. Wrap up.

  3. What is PBL? Characteristics, pedagogy: Based on constructivism. Inquiry-based learning. Content-based. Integrated language skills. Performance assessment.

  4. What is PBL? Characteristics, practices: Learner-centered. Process and product-oriented. Motivates, builds confidence. Cooperative, not competitive.

  5. Characteristics It can be… Flexible in scope. Flexible in timelines. Appropriate for all ages. Individual or group work. Various end products.

  6. Activity #1 Work in groups. Identify the class that you will use with PBL: Number and age of students. Language level, interests. Hours per week of class. Themes in your books and curriculum.

  7. Types of Projects Projects can be… Structured (teacher sets goals). Unstructured (students set goals). Semi-structured (the teacher and students define and organize projects together).

  8. Examples Projects can involve… Solving problems. Real-world tasks or jobs. Conducting surveys. Reporting on research. Creating text or multi-media.

  9. Choose One Projects can be in a format as… 1) Reports (notebook, folder). 2) Displays (bulletin board, poster, photos). 3) Dramatizations (skit, play, music/dance).

  10. Choose One Projects can be in a format as… 1) Reports (notebook, folder). 2) Displays (bulletin board, poster, photos). 3) Dramatizations (skit, play, music/dance).

  11. Activity #2 Choose 1 of the 3 project types (report, display, or drama). Discuss: What project type? What topic or theme? How much time is available? Do it during class or other? What resources?

  12. Next Session Bring the information to our next session, so that we can use it to move on to the next steps. Send photos of projectsfor Class Showcase. http://thaiuo.uoregon.edu

  13. Project-based Learningand Assessment http://thaiuo.uoregon.edu Leslie Opp-BeckmanUniversity of Oregon