2011年10月11日 星期二

100學年度A區巡迴座談會


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Today’s presentations were slightly different because speakers needed to incorporate the issue, “Human Rights”, in their demonstrations by request. Also, the director in charge of this issue provided some basic framework, along with ideas on how to combine English teaching with it. The followings are presentations of innovative teaching strategies, and as usual, you can click on their names and view the original ppt files.
1.    東山高中林雅老師
Ms. Lin coached her students to compete in this year’s RT Competition, and she intricately combined a very hot topic, bullying, in the script. Students not only polished their speaking skills in the process of preparation but gained the very crucial idea of respecting others.
2.    四張犁國中張佳芝老師
Human Rights are now an universal value. Being the lingua franca of the world, English is becoming a more important tool to understand its concepts in terms of the Declaration. The speaker gave us a clear procedure of conducting a complete integrated class with activities like discussion and slogan designing. Also, Youth for Human Rights is a very resourceful website featuring some inspirational video clips, if you are also looking for the same teaching tips regarding this topic.
3.    三光國中黃淑靜老師
    Teacher Huang shared a specific certification system of promoting students’ mastery of the 1200 vocabulary. Teachers there formed a team to classify the vocabulary and publish a booklet for students to learn all the new words. There’s also a unique rewarding system to motivate students, which is that students can move on to the next level and earn them extra points if they pass the benchmark. The promotion of the system was done in the morning rally, and for those who did exceptionally well will also be given a certificate and opportunity to win a bigger prize.
4.    立人國中張毓芳老師
Ms. Chang is a teacher full of a variety of different ideas of teaching, integrating words review, cooperative learning, task-basked activities and mimicry action into her instructional objectives. She demonstrated techniques of developing activities to help bolster cultural awareness of western festivals, like making a lantern for Halloween and the guessing game for Fool’s Day. Students can learn the importance of sharing and learn to respect others as well by the follow-up activity, which requires students to write a thank-you note to show gratitude. She also mentioned that teachers should cater to the needs of students with different learning styles by devising aural, visual or kinetic activities.

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