March 26th ppt visual literacy and student centered methods2(mark)

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<ul><li> 1. Benefits of visual literacy<br />Encourages students to brainstorm. <br />It encourages discussion and debate among students. <br />It allows for creativity among students. <br /> Encourages group work. <br />Enables NSET and co-teacher to monitor progess of the students with greater ease. <br /></li> <li> 2. Creating a picture collage.<br /></li> <li> 3. Types of collages. <br />Idioms.<br />Phrasal verbs.<br />Adjectives.<br />Verbs.<br />Nouns.<br />Lesson themes. <br /> General knowledge. <br /></li> <li> 4. Get on<br />Shut up!!! <br />Break up<br />Take off <br />Break Down<br />Hang up<br /></li> <li> 5. Describing items- Demo Lesson.<br />The main aim of this lesson was to develop students ability to describe a specific item for the show and tell section of the speaking test. <br /> Students were encouraged to work in groups in order to identify shapes, materials, what an item looks like and the uses of specific items.<br /> Students were then encouraged to work in groups to describe their own items. <br /></li> <li> 6. Describing items- NSET and co-teacher demonstration. <br />It can be brown, green or clear.<br />You can open it.<br />You can close it. <br />It is shaped like a cone.<br />It is used for drinking.<br />It looks like a rocket!<br />It is made from/ out of..<br />What am I talking about?<br /></li> <li> 7. Its a bottle!! <br /></li> <li> 8. Students will take note of key vocabulary. <br />It can be used for.<br />You can (verb) it.<br />It is in the shape of a. / It is shaped like a..<br />It can be.. (adjective)<br />It looks like a (noun)<br /></li> <li> 9. </li> <li> 10. </li> <li> 11. Final activity- Guess the item<br />Each group will be given a flashcard with a specific item written on it. <br /> Students must use the whiteboards to describe the item using the phrases used throughout the lesson. <br /> Students will read out their description. <br />The rest of the class will attempt to guess what the item is. <br /></li> <li> 12. Speaking Tests for basic classes. <br />4 Different picture stories.<br />Students also had to answer 4 questions based on the picture story.<br />In the speaking test the student chooses a picture story at random. <br />The students will receive extra marks for additional vocabulary and/or fluency. <br /></li> <li> 13. Teaching the picture story.<br />Introduce the theme of the picture story. (e.g: health, sickness, stress etc)<br />Brainstorm key words form the picture story.<br />NSET tells his own version of the picture story.<br />KT ensures that students comprehend what is being said.<br />Students echo NSETs instructions. <br />Students attempt their own version of the picture story using the handouts provided.<br />NSET and KT monitor students progress.<br />NSET encourages students to tell the story out loud. <br /></li> <li> 14. </li> <li> 15. It is 2am, Marys baby is crying. Mary is taking care of her baby.<br />Its 7am, Marys family are hungry. Marys family want their breakfast. <br />Its 8.15am, Mary is late for work. Marys boss is angry.<br />Its 5.15pm, Mary is very tired. Suddenly, Mary crashes her car.<br />Its 8pm, Mary is very worried. She is looking at her bills.<br />Mary is very stressed. <br /></li> </ul>