2016年11月22日 星期二

[2-2-2, 2-2-4] 105/11/22 外埔國中客製化到校服務



這次客製化到校服務除了李國楨老師分享合作學習異質分組方式與課程設計,以課本內容為基礎,創造真實情境,根據學生程度指派不同任務,例如利用學生們最熟悉的社區地理環境給予外國人路徑指示。此外,外埔國中的劉慧明老師與蘇郁雅老師也熱情地分享因教學改變而看見課堂上風貌的轉變,角色扮演、課文改寫、心智圖、單字糾察隊等活動,在場老師們滿載而歸,三位老師們的分享都是所有老師們可挖寶學習的典範。

2016年11月8日 星期二

[2-2-1]Be Confident and Speak English!




A gorgeous Russian TV presenter and radio host visited KMJH and shared her secret to success. I got to experience a bit of what it's like to be an interpreter. Of course, the students once again learned to appreciate cultural differences through English.


Most people have learned English in schools for at lease about ten years from elementary school all the way to college, but very few can achieve a level to speak confidently and fluently. Well, you don't wait until your English is perfect and then begin opening your mouth to speak because that day will NEVER come.


A valuable lesson worth sharing with students today: Be confident to express yourselves in English even it is far from being perfect.

[1-1-4] Taking My English Speaking Skills to the Next Level



Ever since I decided to leave my previous position as full-time advisor of the English Advisory Group and go back to KMJH to be a homeroom teacher again, I've turned down many offers to share my English teaching at workshops because I can't just take official leave that often as I used to. However, as soon as I got the invitation to do "Teaching English in a Big Class with Mixed Abilities" with native-speaking English teachers, I immediately said yes because I got to speak lots of English.


Not to my surprise at all, only two of the NETs attended the workshop, and I felt quite relaxed as if having a casual chat in English. Based on their feedback, I think I did quite well in terms of showcasing a variety of teaching activities aiming at getting my students to use the language in a meaningful context, mainly including reading strategy activities, Skype exchange projects and English camps. Lesson plans, reflection, pictures and videos in my blog were shown during my presentation, leaving a strong impression that I've been a teacher who loves to try out new ideas in my own class.