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<ul><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 1/81</p><p>Sussex Director of Studies Teacher Training</p><p>Top Tips for YoungLearner Teachers</p><p>Martin SketchleyLTC Eastbourne21 June 2016</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 2/81</p><p>Todays Aims</p><p>! Classroom Management: classroom layout, studentmotivation and maintaining student interest</p><p>!</p><p>Material to Use! Motivating Teenagers: Games &amp; Activities</p><p>! Ten Ways to Introduce Lessons</p><p>!</p><p>Online Resources for Teachers of Adolescent Learners! Any Questions</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 3/81</p><p>Classroom Management</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 4/81</p><p>Classroom Management: Layout</p><p>Discuss the following questions with the person next to you:1. How are students organised in your class? Do you allow them to sit</p><p>next to someone they choose?</p><p>2. Have you always used the default room arrangement (i.e. the</p><p>horseshoe)?3. Are you worried that changing the classroom layout could have</p><p>unexpected knock-on effects, such as how the teacher is listened to or</p><p>how you are perceived by students?</p><p>4. What classroom layouts have you attempted before?</p><p>5. Explain your thoughts with particular layouts being more conducivefor particular tasks.</p><p>6. When do you think it is the best time to organise your classroom</p><p>layout?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 5/81</p><p>Classroom Layout: Specific Activities</p><p>! Do you arrange your layout according to a particular task?</p><p>! What layouts can you think that are best suited for debates</p><p>or discussions, conversational tasks, planning projects,</p><p>meetings, role plays as well as mingling?! What dangers exist if the classroom layout remains</p><p>unchanged?</p><p>Id like to organise my room differently - to makesome familiar activities more exciting.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 6/81</p><p>Dangers of Unchanged Layouts</p><p>! If the classroom layout remains unchanged, there is adanger that this will cause:</p><p>!</p><p>a feeling of sameness;! boredom;</p><p>! lack of commitment from students; and</p><p>! one activity blending to the next.</p><p>! This could potentially cause issues related to studentmotivation, behaviour and learning.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 7/81</p><p>Different Classroom Layouts</p><p>Match the pictures to the descriptions of classroom layouts</p><p>with a partner. You have 5 minutes.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 8/81</p><p>Keeping the Noise to a Minimum</p><p>Here are some ideas to help you when rearranging furniture inthe classroom to change the layout:</p><p>i. Learners agree to do all the rearrangement completely silently bypicking up furniture, rather than dragging or pulling.</p><p>ii. Get volunteers to take a role. For example, Juan, make sure all chairsare placed by the wall neatly or Alice, you need to monitor and make surethat everyone is quiet.</p><p>iii. Move all learners to the side of the classroom while you choose a fewto help move furniture.</p><p>iv. Stage all rearrangements bit by bit: 1.Pick up your chair, 2.Bring yourchair over here, 3. Go back to your table, 4.Push your table to the side of theroom, </p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 9/81</p><p>Pairing Students: Discussion</p><p>! Discuss the following with a partner:</p><p>1. How do you organise students into pairs or small groups in class?</p><p>2. Do you allow students to sit wherever they wish? Why or why</p><p>not?</p><p>3. What risks can you anticipate when pairing up students together?</p><p>4. Why do we move students around in the classroom?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 10/81</p><p>Five Ideas to Pair Students</p><p>There are various ideas for arranging students to be</p><p>grouped together such as: by alphabetical order, age, recenttest scores or gender. We will look at some more creative</p><p>ideas for putting students together in pairs or small groups.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 11/81</p><p>Reaching New Heights</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 12/81</p><p>Binomial Pairs</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 13/81</p><p>Vocabulary Pairing</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 14/81</p><p>Sentence Halves</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 15/81</p><p>Random Names</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 16/81</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 17/81</p><p>Motivation in the Classroom</p><p>Discuss the following questions with a partner next to you.</p><p>You have five minutes.</p><p>1. How would you normally motivate learners to participate in class?</p><p>2. What different forms of motivation are you aware of?</p><p>3. How do you normally interest students in the lesson?</p><p>4. In what respect do you think feedback relates to motivation?</p><p>5. How would you ensure that you establish and maintain</p><p>appropriate behaviour in class?6. How do you normally deal with regular yet small disruptions in</p><p>class?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 18/81</p><p>Student Motivation</p><p>A less able student who is highly motivated can achieve</p><p>greater success than the more intelligent student who is not well</p><p>motivated. (Reece &amp; Walker, 2002)</p><p>STUDENT</p><p>MOTIVATION</p><p>INTRINSIC EXTRINSIC</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 19/81</p><p>Intrinsic Motivation</p><p>Intrinsic motivation looks at motivation which has noapparent reward. These could include:</p><p>! Interest: a natural interest in the subject being taught.! Need: the need for achievement, affiliation or dominance.</p><p>! Attitude: those who are keen to speak in English will achievemore than those that are less happy to communicate.</p><p>!</p><p>Aspirations: students who pass a course to undertake achosen profession will encourage motivation.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 20/81</p><p>Extrinsic Motivation</p><p>Extrinsic motivation looks at motivation which isencouraged by external stimuli or activities. These could</p><p>include:</p><p>! Verbal praise: positive feedback is important for all learners.! Test results: respectable results encourage interest and</p><p>motivation.</p><p>! Curiosity: the natural interest or curiosity of a student couldenhance motivation and can be a powerful tool.</p><p>! Unexpected: Introducing a topic or activity in an unexpectedor unpredictable way can generate immediate interest withstudents.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 21/81</p><p>Extrinsic Motivation</p><p>! Use familiar material: students learning with newly</p><p>introduced and unfamiliar material causes difficulty. Use</p><p>familiar material to encourage interest and motivation.</p><p>!</p><p>Interesting contexts: students learn better when acquiringlanguage in a familiar context but then applying it in an</p><p>unfamiliar situation, e.g. a day in the life of an astronaut.</p><p>! Games: learners of English respond positively to games</p><p>especially when it reinforces vocabulary and a language point.</p><p>! Role play: as with games, role plays encourage learners toexperiment with functional language in a controlled setting</p><p>thereby encouraging confidence and motivation.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 22/81</p><p>Games &amp; Activities for Young Learners</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 23/81</p><p>Games &amp; Activities: Discussion</p><p>Discuss the following questions with your partner. Youhave five minutes.</p><p>1. How often do you play games in the classroom?</p><p>2. Do you think young learners should play more games than adult</p><p>learners? Why or why not?</p><p>3. Do you have any favourite games?</p><p>4. What was the last game that you used in your classroom?</p><p>5. Do you have particular games for particular parts of the lesson?6. What do you think are the benefits of games in class?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 24/81</p><p>Ten Games/Activities for Teenagers</p><p>We shall look at ten popular games/activities which could</p><p>be used for lessons and when best to use them in class.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 25/81</p><p>Noughts &amp; Crosses</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 26/81</p><p>Where were the 1988 Olympic</p><p>Games held?Seoul</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 27/81</p><p>What country does the dish</p><p>Mousakka come from?Greece</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 28/81</p><p>Who played the bass guitar for The</p><p>Beatles?Paul McCartney</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 29/81</p><p>Make a grammatically correct sentence</p><p>with: I look forward / go on holidayIm looking forward to going on holiday.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 30/81</p><p>In the human body what is the</p><p>hallux?Big toe</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 31/81</p><p>What nationality is the actor Sean</p><p>Connery?Scottish (British)</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 32/81</p><p>Complete the following sentencewith the missing preposition:</p><p>Im afraid spiders.</p><p>of</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 33/81</p><p>Who is this character</p><p>from The Simpsons?</p><p>Montgomery Burns</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 34/81</p><p>What is the capital of New Zealand?</p><p>Wellington</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 35/81</p><p>A to Z Race</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 36/81</p><p>Team Apple Team Banana</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 37/81</p><p>Call My Bluff</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 38/81</p><p>Call My Bluff</p><p>1. I have lived in 6 countries.</p><p>2. I was on Wacaday when I was young.</p><p>3. I am 36 years old.England</p><p>CyprusGermany</p><p>FranceSouth Korea</p><p>Romania</p><p>37</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 39/81</p><p>Pass The Paper</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 40/81</p><p>Pass the paper. When the music stops </p><p>whoever has the paper must finish the</p><p>sentence.</p><p>SPEAK UP AND SPEAK CLEARLY!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 41/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 42/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>France is</p><p>famous for.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 43/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 44/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>Im a very</p><p>.</p><p>person.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 45/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 46/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>My favorite</p><p>.</p><p>is ..</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 47/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 48/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>Ive never</p><p>been to</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 49/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 50/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>This morning I</p><p>..</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 51/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 52/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>I hope to</p><p>one day.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 53/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 54/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>I wish I had</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 55/81</p><p>Pass the Paper!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 56/81</p><p>FINISH IT OFF!</p><p>English is</p><p>Important because</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 57/81</p><p>Pictionary</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 58/81</p><p>Snowball WritingLETS TRY IT OUT!!!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 59/81</p><p>Sentence Hangman</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 60/81</p><p>Pelmanism</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 61/81</p><p>Chinese Whispers</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 62/81</p><p>Twenty Questions</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 63/81</p><p>Ten Ways to Start a Lesson</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 64/81</p><p>1. Star Wars Scrolling</p><p>http://www.starwars.com/games-apps/star-wars-crawl-creator</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 65/81</p><p>2. Tell a Story</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 66/81</p><p>3. Musical Guess the Topic</p><p>Whats the link?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 67/81</p><p>4. Picture Association</p><p>Whats the topic?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 68/81</p><p>5. Me and My Partner: Questions</p><p>Topic: Hobbies &amp; Interests</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 69/81</p><p>6. Slow Reveal</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 70/81</p><p>7. Guess the Word</p><p>A</p><p>P</p><p>L</p><p>N</p><p>E</p><p>TS</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 71/81</p><p>8. Dingbats</p><p>E=MC2</p><p>Whats the topic today?</p><p>Smartphones!</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 72/81</p><p>9. Find Someone Who </p><p>Topic: Fears</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 73/81</p><p>10. Line by Line Reveal</p><p>Topic: Castles</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 74/81</p><p>Materials for Adolescent Learners</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 75/81</p><p>Materials for Adolescent Learners</p><p>Discuss the following questions with your partner. Youhave five minutes.</p><p>1. What method of teaching is more conducive with adolescent</p><p>learners?2. What favourite activities do you use when teaching young</p><p>learners?</p><p>3. How do you plan your day when teaching young learners?</p><p>4. What differences do you think exist between adolescent and adult</p><p>learners?</p><p>5. Which photocopiable resources do you know which are aimed for</p><p>adolescent learners?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 76/81</p><p>Photocopiable Resources</p><p>I would recommend the following photocopiable resourcesfor teachers of adolescent English learners:</p><p>ISBN: 9780521721554 ISBN: 9780521716338 ISBN: 9780521668050 ISBN: 9781900702282</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 "Top Tips for Young Learner Teachers": Teacher Training Slides</p><p> 77/81</p><p>Sugge...</p></li></ul>