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Teaching Children with Movie Segment

BRASTESOL - 2016 - Brasília-DF
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Wagner Bôa Morte

on 23 September 2016

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Transcript of Teaching Children with Movie Segment

Teaching Children with Movie Segments
Claudio Azevêdo
claudioazevedo@thomas.org.br

15th BRAZ-TESOL
International Conference, 2016
PINPOINT CHILDREN'S LEARNING CHARACTERISTICS

PROVIDE TEACHERS WITH TOOLS FOR CHILDREN TO LEARN GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY WITHOUT METALINGUISTIC INPUT

GIVE TIPS ON HOW TO PREPARE EFFECTIVE GRAMMAR ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG LEARNERS WITH MOVIE SEGMENTS

DEMONSTRATE A FEW ACTIVITIES

HELP TEACHERS DEVELOP THEIR OWN VIDEO TASKS
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
Children's Intellectual Development
They need concrete operations.

They have little notion of correctness and cannot understand metalanguage.

They need repetition.

Teachers must refrain from using terms and abstract rules.

Attention Span
Children have short attention span when they are presented with boring, useless stuff.

Make lessons focused on:
1. Here and now (immediate interest)
2. Enthusiasm
3. Sense of humor
4. Their curiosity
Sensory Input
Children need:

Stimulation of all five senses
Physical activity
Hands on activities
Sensory aids
Nonverbal language
Affective Factors
Children are sensitive to peers.
Hints:
1. Help student to laugh with each other
2. Be patient and supportive
Embedded content:
Story lines
Familiar situations and characters
Real life conversations
Language for meaningful purposes
Visual input
Authentic Language
Bolt
Penny
The Villains
RIDE A
MOTORCYCLE
GRAB A CAR WITH THE TEETH
RUN FASTER
THAN CARS
RIDE A SCOOTER
FLY A HELICOPTER
BREAK THROUGH WALLS
JUMP VERY HIGH
SPEAK ENGLISH
BARK VERY LOUDLY
DESTROY EVERYTHING
WITH THE EYES
1 _____ IS EEP'S BROTHER.
2 _____ IS SANDY'S SISTER.
3 _____ IS THE FAMILY'S PET.
4 _____ IS SANDY'S BROTHER.
5 _____ IS EEP'S FATHER.
6 _____ IS THUNK'S MOTHER.
7 _____ IS SANDY'S GRANDMOTHER.
8 _____ IS THUNK'S FATHER.
STUDENTS FILL IN THE BLANKS.
1. THUNK IS EEP'S ______.
2. EEP IS SANDY'S ______.
3. BELT IS THE FAMILY'S _____.
4. GRUG IS THUNK'S _____.
5. GRAN IS SANDY'S _____.
6. UGGA IS THUNK'S _____.
CHICKENS
CHICKS
CATS
A FISH
A GOAT
A HORSE
A DUCK
BEES
PARROTS
PIGS
A ROOSTER
A DOG
A BROWN COW
PO
TAI LUNG
FAST FAT FUNNY LAZY SMART STRONG UGLY
TAI LUNG IS FASTER THAN PO.
PO IS FATTER THAN TAI LUNG.
PO IS FUNNIER THAN TAI LUNG.
TAI LUNG IS SMARTER THAN PO.
PO IS LAZIER THAN TAI LUNG.
TAI LUNG IS UGLIER THAN PO.
PO IS STRONGER THAN TAI LUNG.
GIVE EACH PAIR OF STUDENTS A COMIC STRIP WITH BLANK SPEAKING BUBBLES. TELL THEM TO WRITE A DIALOG USING THE GREETINGS THEY HAVE LEARNED.
SMALL GROUPS - GAME
I. MAKE A LIST OF ALL THE ZOO ANIMALS YOU CAN REMEMBER.

II. WATCH THE SEGMENT. CHECK HOW MANY ANIMALS YOU GUESSED CORRECTLY. THE WINNER IS THE GROUP WHO GUESSES MOST CORRECT ANIMALS.

III. GUESSING GAME:

HAVE STUDENTS MIME THE ANIMALS FOR THE OTHER PEERS TO GUESS WHAT ANIMAL THEY ARE IMITATING. THEY CAN'T MAKE ANY SOUNDS.
Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals
Ana Scandiuzzi
anamb@thomas.org.br

THIS IS MY _____. HIS NAME'S _____. HE'S ____ YEARS OLD.
THIS IS MY _____. HER NAME'S _____. SHE'S _____ YEARS OLD.
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