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  • 1. Aaron D. Jolly*Korea TESOL Teacher Trainer *Hanseo University's Institute for theDevelopment of Talented and Gifted Education. How to Improve 4 Skills for Korean Elementary Students

2. 3. Workshop Framework

  • Introduction, teaching keys and thriving in Korea
  • 2. Reading & Writing
  • 3. Listening & Speaking

4.

  • Part 1:
  • Keys

5. Aaron D. Jolly*Korea TESOL Teacher Trainer *Hanseo University's Institute for theDevelopment of Talented and Gifted Education. How to Improve 4 Skills for Korean Elementary Students 6.

  • Why we should teach/study English
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmPr2OVXiLM
  • Why we should adapt and inspire #1
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBuPQgV8yBM
  • Why we should thank our LUCKY stars!
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTjA2icNAGA

7. Warm Up Discuss these questions with your partner? *Tell me about your favorite book? *Tell me about favorite teacher? *What do you think keys to good teaching of English are? Wait for the Speaking Frame 8.

  • Hi, my name is ______. Nice to meet you. Whats your name?
  • My name is _______.
  • Nice to meet you too!
  • I was wondering would you tell me about _____?

9. Who am I? I resemble thethinker , therefore I am.(Rodin 1902, meets Descarte, 1637) 10. About me Ireflecttherefore I teach.(Descarte 1637 meets Farrell 2008) 11. Who do I teach? I teach pre-kinder, kinder, elementary& M.S. withreadingbased 4 skills program. 12.

  • Hip Hip Hooray
  • & Our
  • Discovery
  • Island

13. First rule of Prof. Jolly 14.

  • *Be afool
  • in the classroom!
  • *Beserious
  • out of it!

15.

  • Lets be
  • serious

16. Can you guess what country Professor Jolly is from? 17. Clue: It is the 4 thbiggest city in Aust. 18. Winner: Heres some points for you! Perth Sydney 19. 20. 21. 22.

  • Lets be
  • serious

23.

  • Dress the part
  • Who died and
  • made you a
  • banker Aaron?

24.

  • Serious Ideas:
  • Dress the part
  • Do research
  • Go to bookstores
  • Join web communities
  • Be tech savvy & magical

25.

  • Lets play the
  • fool

26.

  • When in doubt
  • Sing
  • Chant &
  • Dance

27. 28. 29.

  • When the
  • Ants Go
  • Marching
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1b3prAmX9WU&feature=related

30.

  • Today is
  • Monday
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtN7ixHO4c8

31.

  • Foolish Ideas:
  • Be fun and be funny
  • Use songs & chants
  • Use magic & trickery
  • Motivate, motivate!
  • Use classroom control

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

  • Choose the
  • right
  • materials
  • (book/tech)

40.

  • Motivation
  • & Classroom
  • Control
  • are Key!

41. Websites for YL

  • 1)http://eflclassroom.ning.com EFL Classroom 2.0
  • Lots of resources, games, discussion and tips to using technology in the classroom. (For both students or teachers.)
  • 2)http://mes-english.com - MES English
  • - flashcards, worksheets for young learners
  • 3)http://bogglesworldesl.com - Bogglesworld
  • - lesson plans, activities, for young learners and M.S. / H.S.
  • 4)http://kindersay.com - Kindersay
  • - Full vocabulary suite with slideshows and audio for teacher/student use
  • 5) http://www.de.mingoville.com/content/view/13/29/lang,en/- Mingoville
  • - online learning suite for young learners. Free, great for practice
  • 6)http://barryfunenglish.com Click N Learn
  • - online learning suite with flash games. Free.

42. Websites for YL 7)http://www.voicethread.com -- Voicethread Create an account, put up a picture and send your students there to practice speaking and to record messages. Really great for oral speaking practice. 8)http://tarheelreader.org Tar Heel Reader Make books with pictures. The site has a voice which will read them! Also download them as powerpoint and use in class directly! 9)http://supersimplesongs.com Childrens songs Great songs and tips for teaching them with young learners! 10)http://real-english.com Real English Watch videos with subtitles, for all levels. Unique! 11)http://jr.naver.com/english/list.nhn?id=dongyo&cid1=2 - Jr. NaverMany songs, chants, stories, games for young learners (Korean based) 43.

  • http://thejollyprofessor.blogspot.com/

44.

  • Part 2:
  • Reading & Writing

45. Its Time to Share a Story Do you know who this is?(Hint: Author of Very Hungry Caterpillar) 46. Yes its Eric Carle Author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar & many other great books for children. 47. Lets Try Read Aloud Refer to separate PPT for Read Aloud. 48. Discuss with Partner or Group How could you integrate this book with a lesson from the Korean Elementary School English textbook? 49. Answers?

  • Lesson with can/cant
  • Lesson with body parts
  • Lesson with animals
  • Any lesson as a warm-up

50. Reading: Goals of Curriculum 3 rdgrade - To distinguish big and small letters of alphabet - To recognize simple words4th grade - To read big and small letters of alphabet - To read simple words5 thgrade - To read words and phrases - To understand sound and letters 6 thgrade - To read phrases and sentences 51. Reading: 3 rd& 4 thGrade Tactics

  • Be sure what you do is fun!
  • Use big books or scanned books.
  • Choose books that have focus on alphabet and site words.
  • Remember that the focus should
  • not be on childrens production.
  • In a way their level mimics the silent phase a baby/toddler goes through as a native speaker.

52. Reading: 3 rd& 4 thGrade Activities

  • Read aloud passive.
  • Read aloudactive.
  • Alphabet activities.
  • Phonics activities.
  • Word card activities.

53. Reading: 5th & 6 thGrade Tactics

  • Be sure what you do is fun!
  • Use big books or scanned books.
  • Use graded readers.
  • Try to match with their age level.

54. Reading: 5th & 6 thGrade Activities

  • Read aloud passive
  • Read aloudactive
  • Word card activities
  • Dramatic Retelling

55. Read Aloud

  • Usebig books, scanned books , or multiple copies of books if available.
  • (Choose fun books with great pictures)
  • Make itinteractive , and dont have students repeat everything you say. They are not parrots.
  • Books can be much more difficultthan what the students can do on their own.

56. See. Think. Wonder What do you wonder? 57. Station Set-up SampleClass of 32 Students: Read aloud withteacher:16 students (Ss) Vocab. CardPractice 4 Ss Quizzes/Puzzles 4 Ss ArtActivity 4 Ss Reader Play 4 Ss 58. Dramatic Retelling

  • Usually only relevant for older
  • students or smaller classes of
  • younger ones.
  • Have them act out a story book
  • or a story that you have
  • made up in PPT.
  • Give them copies of the script
  • on paper and call for dramatic
  • voice rather than memorized script.

59. Dramatic Retelling 60. Words 61. Phonics & Sight Words.

  • AlphabetShort Vowel
  • Long VowelDouble Consonants
  • Double Letter Vowels.
  • NOTE: BE SYSTEMATIC WITH THESE.
  • (ii) Sight Words200-300 common wordsthat make up 75% of all words that appear in childrens stories.
  • (iii)Fluencyis important so repeated reading andrepeated practiceis needed.

62. Vocabulary Instruction

  • Many words arelearnt naturallythrough repetition in avariety of contexts , soNOTevery word needs
  • to be taught by teacher.
  • (ii) Useword listsandword cards.Its
  • very simple- English on one side & Koreanon the other. This is a very efficient way.
  • (iii) Sight words 1 st(200-300), then work on first 1000 words, then 2000.

63. Vocabulary Instruction

  • Need:
  • Paper with words
  • Coating machine
  • Ring and punch
  • Ss Pr

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