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Chapter 14 What if? 任課老師 : 邱淑娟 組員 : 495110206 羅千易 495110735 游硯婷. What if?. 1.What if students are all at different levels ? 2. What if the class is very big ? 3. What if students keep using their own language ? 4. What if students don’t do homework ?. What if?.

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Chapter 14 What if?

任課老師: 邱淑娟

組員:495110206 羅千易

495110735 游硯婷

what if

What if?

1.What if students are all at different levels?

2. What if the class is very big?

3. What if students keep using their own language?

4. What if students don’t do homework?

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What if?
  • 1.What if students are all at different levels?

A. Usedifferent materials/technology

- Group A :

working on a piece of language study

discussing a topic

Group B :

reading a story/ doing Internet-based research

doing a writing exercise/listening to an audio track

B. Do different tasks withthe same material/technology

- the same reading text with sets of questions at three different levels

- the same language study exercise:

simple repletion vs. use the new language in more complex sentences

- role-plays

C. Use the students

- peer help

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What if?
  • 2. What if the class is very big?

A. Use worksheets

B. Use pairwork and groupwork

- to maximize student participation

- clear instructions + tell how to stop the activity + good feedback

C. Use chorus reaction

Clerk:Can I help you, sir?

John:Yes. I'm at a complete loss. I'm looking for the sugar.

Clerk:Sugar? It's in the food section, on aisle B.

John:I'm sorry. Did you say aisle D? ………

D. Use group leaders

- To hand out copies, check everyone has understood the task, collect work, give feedback…

E. Think about vision and acoustics

G. Use the size of the group to your advantage

- big groups: funnier, more dramatic, warmer

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What if?
  • 3. What if students keep using their own language?

A. Talk to them about the issues

B. Encourage them to use English appropriately

- no a total ban on their own language

- reading texts vs. speaking exercise

C. Only respond to English use

- say in their own English >> ignore

D. Create an English environment

- speak in English all the time

- the use of listening material and video

- Chinese name > English name

E. Keep reminding them

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What if?
  • 4. What if students don’t do homework?

A. Ask the students

- what they think about homework, the agreement about how much, their interests

- their ideas of useful and appropriate homework > use the results to set homework > more students did the homework with enthusiasm

B. Make it fun

- give out homework in envelopes, send them in mails

- sometimes serous and sometimes crazy

C. Respect homework

- mark it and hand it back on time

D. Make post-homework productive

- useful comments, make sure students react to the suggestions

what if students are uncooperative
What if students are uncooperative?

A number of ways to react:

  • Keep calm

respond as objectively as we can.

  • Deal with the behavior, not the student

stop problem behavior from continuing.

  • Be even-handed

students resent favoritism.

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Go forward

how their behavior can be improved.

  • Use any means of communication

communicate with students and parents.

  • Enlist help

talk to other colleagues and the school.

  • Prevention

make a language-learning contract (on page 230)

what if students don t want to talk
What if students don`t want to talk?

What will you do?

Share your opinions.

a number of ways to react
A number of ways to react
  • Use pairwork

let students talk to their group members.

  • Allow students to speak in a controlled way

(1) dictate an uncompleted sentence.

(2) let students write down what they are going to say.

(3) ask students follow-up questions.

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Use acting out and reading aloud

tell students when the voice should rise and fall , where the emphasis goes, what emotion the actor should try to convey.....

  • Use role-play

give everyone a role-card.(on page 125,126)

  • Use recording

ask students to record the content outside the lesson.

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What if students don`t understand the audio track?

What will you do?

Share your opinions.

a number of ways to react1
A number of ways to react
  • Preview interview questions

students can predict what speakers will say.

  • Use jigsaw listening

students will get the whole picture by putting the jigsaw pieces together.

  • One task only

ask students to describe the speakers

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Play the first segment only

students predict what`s coming next.

  • Play the listening in chunks

break the audio into chunks

  • Use audioscript
  • cut script into bits
  • let students see the first part of audioscript
  • students fill in the blanks
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Use vocabulary prediction

tell students some key words before listening.

  • Have students listen all the time

encourage students to listen to English news as often as possible.

what if students finish before everybody else
What if students finish before everybody else?
  • Give some extra materials
  • Stop the activity