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Task Based Lesson - Teaching Vocabulary and Speaking Skills
High-Intermediate Task Based Lesson - Get TESOL training and certification with OnTESOL http://www.ontesol.com/tesol
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Demo: Task-Based Learning - International TEFL Academy
Teach English abroad with International TEFL Academy! Get the latest details about salaries, hiring seasons, visas and more in your free brochure ⇒ https://ita.fyi/MediaTEFLBrochure In this video, International TEFL Academy professor Betsy Jo Divine demoes a task-based learning activity. Get paid to see the world! Teach English overseas.
Teaching Speaking with Task-Based Learning
When students work on tasks in pairs or small groups, they use language at every step: planning, executing, and presenting. This demonstration shows students planning and describing their own Utopian societies.
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How to Survive in a Jungle
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Task Based Learning
Overview and practice video about this language teaching approach. Useful for teachers.
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Presentation Stage of a PPP (3Ps) EFL Lesson with subtitles
See the full article -The PPP (3Ps) Teaching Methodology for TEFL - http://seetefl.com/ppp-tefl-teaching-methodology/ Sally makes teaching English to non-native speakers look easy. However, Sally is a new teacher who only graduated from SEE TEFL a few weeks before this lesson was filmed. Like most SEE TEFL trainees, she had never taught before, had little awareness of the structures of her own language and had very limited experience of speaking in public. Over 4 weeks her teaching skills, language awareness and confidence were progressively developed. Her 6 observed teaching practices during the last two weeks of training teaching real students in a range of local schools consolidated skills learned in the training room. Sally is a fairly typical SEE TEFL graduate. SEE TEFL trainees are introduced to classroom skills during the first week of training. Normally, each skill is looked at in isolation. The trainer will discuss and then model the skill. Trainees are then given opportunity to role-play to the other trainees this particular skill themselves. This helps to develop the skill and allows trainees to become more familiar and comfortable with using a whiteboard while communicating with a room of students. There is then constructive feedback from both the trainer and other trainees. In this way, each classroom skill is carefully and methodically developed. 6 observed teaching practices in real schools with real students during the second half of training consolidate these skills within a planned and structured lesson. Presentation -- Part 1 of the 3Ps You may have delivered a few presentations in your time but the type of presentation we deliver in a second language classroom will differ quite a bit from those. For a start, you were speaking to proficient users of the English language about something they were, most likely, vaguely familiar with anyway. In an EFL classroom we don't have those luxuries, so we have to be careful about the language we use and how clearly we present the new language that we wish for our students to acquire. Let's look at 4 key things that should be occurring in an effective second language classroom presentation: 1 -- Attention in the Classroom 2 -- Perception and Grading of Language 3 -- Target Language Understanding 4 -- Short-term Memory in the Classroom
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Task Based TR
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Five Communicative Language Teaching Methods
Produced by SUPSI as part of the POOLS-M project in 2011
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Using Group Games to Teach the Present Continuous Tense
Based on Stephen Krashen's theory of natural language, Louis Giancola creates a relaxed atmosphere for language learning, "lowering the affective filter" to help students take risks in learning the new language. He includes American baseball as content because some of the students had said they want to better understand the game. For more information, visit our website: www.mlots.org
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Task-Based (strong-end) Lesson.
Teacher Brandon Loy using a Task-Based Approach to present the use of Passive Voice. Don't forget to subscribe and to follow us on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeacherPanda/ Twitter: https://Twitter.com/TheTeacherPanda/ Instagram: @TeacherPandaELT Music: www.bensound.com
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Genki English: EFL / ESL Lesson Plan How to Teach English!
More details at; http://www.genkienglish.net/lessonplan.htm Teaching Materials at http://genkienglish.net/cdset.htm How to Teach English: 45 Minute Lesson Plan 1. Warm Up/Review - 3/10 minutes The idea is to get the kids back into a "Genki" way of learning, to get used to you again, to warm them up and to review the previous time's language. Start off with a quick go of the Warm Up game. Time depends on the class, from 30 seconds to 5 minutes. If they already know them, try a quick go of the lines game or the hammer game. Review the song from the previous lesson. They are singing and dancing and remembering the previous work all at the same time. The songs are quick, genki and get to the point! 2. New material - Picture cards and Song - 15/20 minutes New vocab A capella CD Using the Genki English songs to make it easy to introduce the new language, and for the kids to remember it. Use picture cards. Put upone, say the word and get the kids to say it back. Review often! After every 3 or 4 words, review the others. 8 words is a good quantity to teach in one lesson. Questions and answers are better (e.g. What's this? What time is it? or How much?) Say the question, point to a card and the kids answer. This is better than simply learning the vocab in isolation. Try tricking them by pointing to a card and saying a different question e.g. "What's your name?" To save time, try singing each word when introducing it. The melody and actions help the kids remember them more quickly. Plus when you've finished the words, they already know the song. Teach the song "a capella" several times without the music. Keep practising till they know all the words! If they don't say things loud, do a competition between you and them to see who can say the word the loudest. Even the shy kids will be then saying the words! Sing the song with the CD to make sure they know the vocab and have some fun! Keeping the CD till the end makes sure the kids know the words and keeps the energy high. 3. Practice of new material - Game - 15/20 minutes The purpose of the game is for the kids to practise the target English. It's also good for the teacher to see if the kids have mastered the language or if they need more practice. Only the second language is allowed for the kids, but the teacher should explain things in whichever language is most efficient. The less time you spend explaining, the more time the kids have to practise. Best done with games to aid motivation. Most of the games on this site can be used for almost any vocab. Try the Random Game button for some inspiration! Explain the games by acting them out! All the games on the site can be explained in 2 or 3 minutes or less. If team teaching, try giving a translation of the game to the other teacher who can then explain the rules in the kids' native language. If there is no end to the game - do a big countdown! Important Point: Remember to teach your kids that "Losing doesn't mean losing. It simply means you get another chance to try again" If everyone is having fun, everyone wins! If they don't win, it's simply another chance to try again next time. Do this and every kid will be wanting to keep going and learn more, especially if they actually lose a game! 4. "Thank you"s and "Goodbye"s Sing today's song again and then the Thank You song (from CD1) to finish. Tell them how good they were Do a few claps and cheers (try raising your hand to vary their volume like we do in the shows, very fun!) End the lesson on a high so they are looking forward to the next lesson!! More details at; http://www.genkienglish.net/lessonplan.htm Teaching Materials at http://genkienglish.net/cdset.htm
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Lesson Study Project 2 (Teaching Grammar through Task-Based Language Learning)
Kerim Biçer, Özlem Özdoğmuş Sinci and Gizem Yeşil Korkmaz are sharing their research findings with a poster at the Teachers Research! - IATEFL Research SIG Annual International Conference & 5th Gediz University Annual Teacher Research Conference in Izmir, 18-19 June 2015.
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5 Succsessful ESL Speaking Activites
Oscar Garcia and Brynn Nightenhelser demonstrate 5 Successful ESL speaking activities from Dr. Folse's book, The Art of Teaching Speaking.
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Task Based Language Teaching Webinar Part 1
Task-Based Language Teaching- Part 1
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Methodology PPP ESA TBL
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Phases of Task Based Teaching
How is "task" defined in the context of classroom instruction? How does a language teacher sequence learning activities in a lesson plan? In this video, the concept of task and task-based teaching are underscored.
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How to teach grammar (PPP Model) TESOL / CELTA
Watch Diane Dowejko teach a demo grammar lesson to TESOL trainees at Wits Language School in Johannesburg. It follows the PPP model. The lesson focus on the past simple tense. The trainees are led to discover aspects of the structure as Diane goes through an inductive approach to grammar teaching.
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How to teach a reading skills lesson TESOL / CELTA
Watch Diane Dowejko demonstrate the stages of a reading skills lesson. Each phase of the lesson is clearly annotated. The text is concerned the Inca civilisation. The class is composed of TESOL trainees from Wits Language School who are native speakers. The materials on which this class is based can be found at: https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/inca-a-lost-society
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TBL lesson plan
TBL lesson plan Unit: Travel Topic: Holiday
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Task Based Learning w. Maltese subtitles
Video produced with Maltese subtitles as part of the Methods project. The video shows how to employ Task Based Learning in a real class. The video is one of five videos produced in the BP-BLTM/Pools projects.
Views: 800 Kent Andersen
Task Based Learning Training
An example training (on communicative tasks and task based learning) from a CertTESOL course on task based learning using loop input.
Views: 553 Ross Thorburn
How to teach vocabulary (PPP) TESOL / CELTA
This is a demo lesson taught to TESOL trainees at Wits Language School. The lesson follows the PPP format. Eight lexical items are taught from the lexical set 'jobs'. These items are practised in three subsequent stages. We didn't film the full extent of the practice activities; just enough to give the idea.
Views: 114486 Andrew Drummond
ESL Grammar Demo Lesson
ESL lesson demonstration. Chris Westergaard, director of The Language House TEFL in Prague http://thelanguagehouse.net, demonstrates EFL and ESL teaching techniques on a group of intermediate Czech students. The is an example of a grammar lesson with a high student output. Chris achieves this by creating task based activities with a lot of group work. The Language House TEFL in Prague is an accredited 4-week teacher training course. If you are interested in teaching abroad, contact us for more information. You can find this lesson on my blog http://teflpragueandabroad.blogspot.com
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Task based language learning - Task
Task based language learning - Task
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Demo - ESL Lesson Plans
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Demo lesson task based video 3
Task based
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Teaching Grammar within a Task-based Approach: A Broader View of Grammar and Learning Processess
A presentation by Jane Willis Recorded on November 3, 2015, at the English Language School, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta This event was co-sponsored by the UAlberta English Language School and ATESL.
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AHMED's task based lesson
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Speaking Lesson Plan based on Task Based Learning (TBL)
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Task based lesson
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Teaching ESL using (i+1) .. and CLT
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Task-Based Activities for LBS - Quick Overview
A quick overview of how the Task-Based Activities for LBS portal is set up and how it works. English: http://taskbasedactivitiesforlbs.ca French: http://afb-activitesaxeestaches.ca To change the Closed Captioning (CC) colour and/or font, click on CC and select Settings.
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Speaking Lesson Plan
Introducing to TEFL 2nd task
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International House Izmir - CELTA Demo Lesson - Intermediate Listening
A CELTA demo lesson at IH Izmir, Turkey. Level: Intermediate Main aim: Listening Sub aim: Speaking Number of students: 10 Teacher: Billy Sevki Hasirci (ACT) Date: 19/12/2014 Handouts/Lesson Plan/Self-Evaluation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2k2kOukAkyEODZZWTZJSkV6ZlU
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Jack C. Richards on Task Based Language Learning
In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses task based language learning.
How to Teach Reading and Speaking (Mock lesson)
Aims: To develop students’ skills of reading, summarising and paraphrasing; raise their awareness of cultural differences and language barrier in the context of a story “Talking in the New Land”. Secondary Aims: To further develop students’ speaking abilities. Personal Aim: Try to follow a Receptive Skill development shape of lesson, while including enough speaking practice in the Pre- and Post-text discussions and writing practice in the Productive Skills Extension Activity. Plan less to give myself more breathing space and not rush students through tasks. Maximise students’ talking time throughout the lesson.
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Sample Teaching Video 2
My mock teaching video, showing pieces of a lesson where students discuss what they were like 10 years ago (used to). No real students, just an outline of activities!
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TESOL/TEFL training: Teaching a listening lesson
An updated version of this video can now be seen here: https://youtu.be/oPQ9DBkYWc0 How to structure an EFL listening class. In this 6 minute video, Louisa from Global English takes you through the basics from pre-listening tasks, the listening itself and post-listening tasks. There's more in our online TESOL training courses at:http://www.global-english.com/courses/-tesol-training-tefl-training-tefl-courses-accredited-tesol-tefl and in our accredited online level 2 courses:http://www.global-english.com/courses/-tesol-training-tefl-training-tefl-courses-accredited-tesol-tefl/150-hour-level-2-tesol. Enjoy!
CELTA - Different approaches to teaching language -PPP to TBL
Different approaches to language presentation and thoughts about them. More videos and a 'Grammar for language teachers' course available at www.elt-training.com.
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Instructional   task based activities
Startalk Instructional Video LARC SDSU
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Teaching Activities - British Council - BBC
A video from the British Council - BBC, about Activities
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REALIZE 2015 Forum - Demystifying CLB Lesson Planning
CLBs provide an excellent framework to your ESL program and class, but what does it mean to plan (and deliver) a lesson using CLBs? This workshop will demystify lesson planning toward CLB tasks for all CLB levels. At ISSofBC, instructors plan lessons that sequentially build skills in students to allow them to accomplish the CLB task and provide an assessment opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to complete the task, which is a skill that is needed for implementing PBLA. Using worksheets downloaded for this workshop and guided by the presenters, participants will dissect and practice planning a skill-building CLB lesson. Previously presented at TESL Canada, BC TEAL and ELSA Net conferences. For session handouts, go to http://www.myenglishonline.ca/for-teachers/realize/sessions-list/demystifying-clb-lesson-planning/ About Presenters: Lisa Herrera taught in the LINC/ELSA program at ISSofBC for 15 years and is currently Lead Instructional Coordinator. She is also a CLB Lead Trainer for BC, and a PBLA Regional Coach for the national implementation of PBLA. Claire Pinkett is an Instructional Coordinator for the ISSofBC LINC program. Her responsibilities include curriculum development and supporting instructors creating skill-building CLB lessons. She has 25+ years’ experience in TEAL. Frances Clarke is an Instructional Coordinator for the LINC Program at ISSofBC. She has over 10 years’ experience in ESL and LINC as an instructor and curriculum developer. Caroline Pendleton has 24 years experience in ESL as an instructor, curriculum and resource developer, tester and TESOL trainer. Currently, she is an Instructional Coordinator for the ISSofBC LINC program.
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