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Copy of Copy of Copy of First Class English, Sproglærerforeningen

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SPROGLÆRERFORENINGEN
Vejle d. 8. maj, 2014
København d. 22. maj, 2014

THE BODY
LET'S MAKE A MONSTER
WRITING
First Class English
First Class English

A warm up activity

First Class English

What are the advantages of
starting English in the first grade?


What do you expect will be your
biggest challenge when teaching
English to young learners?

First Class English



What are your expectations
to today’s course?



First Class English

PAUSE
You!
Please participate
Ask questions
Be active
Be sceptical
Have you any preliminary questions?
Frank
Republic of Ireland
Teacher in Ireland (New Ross)
Teacher in Ishøj – and very happy teaching
Diplomuddannelse
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Greve
Married and two daughters
Today's schedule
Create group legends.
Teach them to expect success.
Self esteem grows from the beliefs of others.
When teachers believe in students,
students believe in themselves.
When those you respect think you can,
you can (mountain climbing).
You use a language
to learn a language
“If we consider the students in our class to be
more interesting than the rather cardboard
characters found in traditional textbooks,
it follows that a real need exists for
activities where students are invited
to speak to each other and express ideas …
Practising structures in this very
personal series of contexts
is much more emotionally relevant
than practising them in the
make-believe world of a textbook.”

(Frank and Rinvolucri)
Commitment to and expectations for the students’ learning
(fælles mål 0. kl)
Everyone should be aware that you care
... personal feedback
... know about kids’ interests (nyhedsbrev)
Treat your students as if they are already eager learners,
and believe in their ability
Trust
Motivation is not stable (choice, executive, fluctuation, reflection) (Dörnyei)
Motivation is transmitted socially (Ushioda)
The teacher sells a mission
“Teachers are supposed to teach the curriculum rather than motivate
learners, and the fact that the former cannot happen without the latter is
often ignored." (Dörnyei)
Relationship with the students’ parents 
Demonstrate and talk about your own enthusiasm for the course material, and how it affects you personally
The most important elements in the language classroom in order of importance

Confidence
Fluency
Accuracy


You don’t!
Some people think you learn a language to use a language
Relationship with the students
Care for them as individuals
Listening is the single most powerful transaction
Students admire passion
... share your love of your subject
Attribution
Motivation
Enthusiasm
Expect the best
Care
Legends
Textbooks
Culture is no longer vertical, but horizontal
Denmark is a little country... bilingual society...
Easier to play and sing in small classes.
Less reflection is perhaps good.
Pronunciation is perhaps easier to acquire for smaller kids.
...This that these and those, that's the way the "th" goes...
Weak learners have not yet been created.
Less social reflection... small kids do not think games and singing are embarrassing.
English from First class
A lesson
Bingo
Head and shoulders, knees and toes.
Knees and toes.

Head and shoulders, knees and toes.
Knees and toes.

Eyes and ears and mouth and nose.

Head and shoulders, knees and toes.
Knees and toes.


LUNCH
Hvem er vi?
http://linaimee.wix.com/the-body
Smack the word
Quiz quiz trade
Warm up
Review
Topic work with TPR
Story / song / activity
Topic work alone
Song
Expectations
Motivation
Engelsk i første klasse
PAUSE
A lesson, a topic (body)
FROKOST
Writing
Group work
Evaluation
Make a booklet
Logbooks
Blank page
pedagogy
http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
http://storybird.com/
My English portrait
Hokey Cokey
Hokey Pokey

The Very Hungry Caterpillar
How do you think the baby looks?
Group work
Wordsearch generator:
http://tools.atozteacherstuff.com/word-search-maker/

Crossword puzzle maker with pictures:
http://www.toolsforeducators.com/crossword/

Flashcards:
http://www.eslflashcards.com/
http://www.mes-english.com/flashcards.php

Printable itsy bitsy books:
http://www.kidzone.ws/kindergarten/learning-letters/booksthemed.htm

Trace the word:
http://www.kidzone.ws/tracers/

Youtubekanaler:
https://www.youtube.com/user/supersimplesongs
https://www.youtube.com/user/dinolingo?feature=watch
https://www.youtube.com/user/KidsTV123?feature=watch

Reading:
http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/home/reading-owl/reading

Writing:
http://storybird.com/
Listening:
http://www.123listening.com/

Puzzle makers:
http://www.toolsforeducators.com/

Alt muligt indhold:
http://barryfunenglish.com/ (gratisdel og betalingsdel: $1.99/måned)
http://www.anglomaniacy.pl/
http://www.english-guide.org/teacher/index
http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ (kræver login, gratis)
http://tidligsprogstart.dk

Emnesider:
http://linaimee.wix.com/animals
http://linaimee.wix.com/the-body
http://linaimee.wix.com/muzzy
http://linaimee.wix.com/christmas
LINKS
Memory
Other flashcard games
Kim's game
Whispering game
Hot and cold
Flashcard game
Go to…
Listen and arrange
Guess the card
Three questions


Who took the cookie in the cookie jar?
Lina
Lærer i Holbæk Kommune
Sproglærerforeningen
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Gift og har to voksne sønner
... og et fantastisk barnebarn
Hello.
My name is Frank.
I am 6.
I live in Ishøj.
Goodbye.
Kim's Game on Powerpoint
Good reads
Good films
Diverse YouTubekanaler
fx LearnEnglish Kids British Council

http://storybird.com/books/alborg-5-march-2013-beginner-english/?token=dba6z3zk3f
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