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let's talk!

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Profesor Gluzman

on 28 April 2018

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Let's talk! Useful ways to engage your students in authentic conversations
What does the teacher do while students engage?
Circulate
Interject in the conversations
Compile list of common errors
Sit with one group at a time

Who are we?

Research
How do you "force" students to talk?
“Cocktail party”
Rotations
Name tags
Random name
selector

Topics for conversation:
Prepared questions on a PP
Synced with rotation
Strips of paper w/ questions or topics
Guided notes
Fill in the blanks (level 1)
Speaking prompts
Situations to discuss
Novels, film, art, poetry, etc.
Analyze, interpret, etc.
Discuss topics in small groups/pairs
https://tinyurl.com/ycv3gc3q

Interpersonal mode
Assessments
ACTFL interpersonal rubrics
https://tinyurl.com/z4newxg
Interpersonal task rubric
https://tinyurl.com/yb6qt4j8
Examples of audio clips at different
proficiency levels
https://tinyurl.com/y7g8szac

Research indicates that effective language instruction must provide significant levels of meaningful communication and interactive feedback in the target language in order for students to develop language and cultural proficiency.
Crouse, Douglass. "Going for 90% Plus: How to Stay in the Target Language."
The Language Educator, 12 October 2012, pp. 22-27
Negotiate meaning with students and encourage negotiation among students
Elicit talk that increases in fluency, accuracy, and complexity over time
Encourage self-expression and spontaneous use of language
Teach students strategies for requesting clarification and assistance when faced with comprehension difficulties.
Crouse, Douglass. "Going for 90% Plus: How to Stay in the Target Language."
The Language Educator, 12 October 2012, pp. 22-27
Fisher, Chris "
Ways to Inspire Conversation in the Target Language
."
Calico Spanish, 23 September 2011
Examples of “
forcing” students to talk:

“Cocktail party”
Rotations
Name generator





Introduce yourself to people around you and share your experience of what you are doing to engage students in communication
Who are you?
Activity
find your language group
divide into groups or 2-3
engage in the activity!
Fisher, Chris "
Ways to Inspire Conversation in the Target Language
."
Calico Spanish, 23 September 2011
It is important to create a classroom environment that is:
supportive
encourages risk-taking
students feel valued
students listen to each other
Questions?

Contact us:
sgluzman@shipleyschool.org
@voseando
Kharris@shipleyschool.org
@kimharris415
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