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Workshop Vallarta

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Diana Encinas

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DIDACTIC STRATEGIES Step by step Find your team Building Our Learning House Brainstorming What strategies have you
used in your class? What is a didactic strategy? Didactic Strategies are steps taken
by teachers to promote the development
of learning strategies that meet the needs
of all the students. DIDACTIC STRATEGIES Didactic Strategy Is it important to focus on the learning process when designing our classes? Why? Specific actions taken by the learner,
and encouraged by the teacher through
didactic strategies, to make learning
easier, faster and more enjoyable. Learning Strategies Organize the following strategies in the chart according to its type. Activity *Grouping words *Placing new words into context *Representing sounds *Structured reviewing *Using mechanical techniques *Using Physical Sensation *Recombining *Receiving and sending messages *Analyzing expressions *Translating *Taking notes *Summarizing * Using Linguistic Clues *Using mime *Selecting the topic *Coining Words Organize these strategies Discuss in your team and write
your own definition for
Teaching Strategies.

Note: Consider what you already
know about Didactic and Learning Strategies Post-Instructional Pre-Instructional Teaching Strategies It usually prepares students to what and how they are going to learn; basically they try to activate prior knowledge They situate learners in the right conceptual context and to generate expectations. It supports curricular content during the teaching-learning
process. They address functions that help learners to improve
their attention while detecting main ideas; creating a
better conceptualization of the learning content; organizing
and structuring important ideas. These functions enable
students to learn with understanding. These are presented at the end of a teaching episode and enable learners to construct a synthetic, comprehensive and even critical vision of the material. In some cases they even allow learners to assess their own learning. Discuss in your group Mention examples of teaching strategies you would use for each moment of the class. Decide whether each statement is true or false.
1. Didactic strategies are steps taken by teachers to promote the development of learning strategies that lead to effective learning by students.
2. While planning a didactic strategy the teacher must concentrate mainly on the outcome.
3. A didactic strategy meets the needs of all the students.
4. Didactic strategies should focus mostly on listening and speaking.
5. Learning strategies are specific actions taken by the learner, and encouraged by the teacher through didactic strategies, to make learning easier, faster, more enjoyable, more self-directed, more effective and more transferable to new situations.
6. Teachers should only use strategies that students like.
7. Didactic strategies are the same as the achievements.
8. When the teacher plans a didactic strategy, she/he must follow it step by step.
9. Learning is the responsibility of the student. Teaching strategies
“True or False” activity Decide whether each statement is true or false.

Didactic strategies are steps taken by teachers to promote the development of learning strategies that lead to effective learning by students.
While planning a didactic strategy the teacher must concentrate mainly on the outcome.
A didactic strategy meets the needs of all the students.
Didactic strategies should focus mostly on listening and speaking.
Learning strategies are specific actions taken by the learner, and encouraged by the teacher through didactic strategies, to make learning easier, faster, more enjoyable, more self-directed, more effective and more transferable to new situations.
Teachers should only use strategies that students like.
Didactic strategies are the same as the achievements.
When the teacher plans a didactic strategy, she/he must follow it step by step.
Learning is the responsibility of the student. Teaching strategies
“True or False” activity SHARE YOUR IDEAS LEARNING HOUSE Lic. Diana Encinas
deannaencinas@gmail.com Lic. Nayla Montoya
montoyacorralesn@gmail.com Reference:Rebecca L. Oxford, 1990 Co-instructional
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