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Team Teaching and Classroom Lesson Share (HS)
Transcript of Team Teaching and Classroom Lesson Share (HS)
Communication, Communication, Communication!
Understand JTEs` Teaching Philosophies & Styles
Plan lessons together, offer & take suggestions, evaluate
Use English as much as possible during classes
Don`t overstep boundaries
Be Yourself & Have Fun!
Lesson Planning 101
What is Team-Teaching???
- What do you think of when you hear "team-teaching"?
- Discuss your thoughts with the people near you.
- Let`s chat about what team-teaching is.
According to MEXT (The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology), team-teaching is, "any time two or more teachers work together to guide an individual learner or a group of learners toward a set of aims or objectives.
ALT vs JTE
Grammar vs Oral Communication
Target Language vs Native Language
Role of the ALT
* Increase students` motivation towards English communication
* Promote cross-cultural understanding
* Help with effective & varying language instruction
* Encourage student participation
* Develop effective lesson materials & activities
* Provide on-the-job training for JTE
Role of the JTE
* Use English skills to communicate with ALT and scaffold target language during lessons
* Establish lesson plan topics
* Guide ALT in developing teaching skills
- make time to build relationship with ALT
- plan, discuss, & evaluate lesson plans
* Overall classroom management
Sapporo Orientation 2013
So that`s team-teaming...but what do I actually do?
* Think of warm-ups, games, & activities!
- "Do you have an activity we can use?"
* Ask JTEs about what you can help with
- copies, edit & create materials/worksheets, brainstorm class projects, English Board
* Share your ideas, teaching vision, ask & give opinions during planning sessions
* Talk to students to get to know them & their interests. You can use it to your advantage!
* Curriculum/Lesson Topics (JTEs/MEXT)
* Required Materials
* Lesson Objectives
* ALT`s Role & JTE`s Role
* The Three P`s: Presentation, Practice, & Production
Sample Lesson Plan Layout
Patience is a virtue
*Japanese students are generally very shy & don`t like to be singled out
*Students are not always interested in English
*Take note of the class nuances: social groups, behavior, English level, strengths & weaknesses and use to your advantage
Classroom Discipline is the JTE`s Job
* Proximity, Attention-Getter/Hand Signals, Silence
* Ask JTES how they would like to deal with mistakes during class
*Be light-hearted & suggest a "different or better" way,
LESSON PLAN TOGETHER!!!
Lesson Planning 102
- Sets the mood of the lesson & creates interest
- connects previous lesson topics & engages background knowledge
- Lesson explanation (grammar/target language/conversation points)
- Controlled Practice (worksheet/activity you control the answers to)
- Discuss the answers together as a class
- activity where the students give free responses using learned points
- additional practice, review points
Complete the Dialogue
(Minus the Booze)
Cross the Line
Rashidat Amanda Bakar