Płock - konferencja metodyczna dla anglistów ze szkół podstawowych oraz ponagimnazjalnych

1 lutego (sobota) 2014, godz. 9:30-15
Hotel Tumski
ul. Piekarska 9

PŁOCK

 

 

 

 

 

Program konferencji


Szkoły podstawowe: klasy 1-3

09:30 - 10:00 Rejestracja uczestników
10:00 - 11:20 TiGeRs at Large - Teaching Groups Realistically

Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh learnt that Tigers don't always know what they like best. As teachers, we are sometimes painfully aware that it is equally true for our lower-primary 'Tigers'. Some of them need to jump around, scream and shout, others want to paint or simply be princesses or Batmen. Yes, in our profession, we are all conscious of the importance of the individual learner and their particular needs and abilities. At the same time, most of us teach groups that are often as numerous as 20 or even 25 young learners and we have to manage the whole classroom.

In our session we’d like to show how to work effectively with large groups of young students. We’ll devote some time to the micro-level tricks of the trade, such as drilling grammar and vocabulary with songs and stories, or activating the students as a whole group with TPR or short dramas. We’ll also consider macro-level teaching strategies, such as organizing whole-class-friendly learning and balancing between learner-centred and teacher-guided classroom.
 


Szkoły podstawowe: klasy 4-6

11:20 - 11:40 Przerwa techniczna / rejestracja uczestników
11:40 - 13:00 On the road. Balancing teaching and testing towards 'sprawdzian szóstoklasisty'

The upcoming sprawdzian szóstoklasisty has caused feelings of concern among students, their parents and us - their teachers. We believe that we can ease this anxiety once we understand that, in the case of 12-year-olds, successful exam results are more of a side effect of effective teaching strategies rather than of obsessive exam preparation.

In our session we’d like to show how to teach with the exam in mind and how to strike a balance between teaching and testing. Realising that there are a number of both linguistic and cognitive challenges awaiting our students, we want to suggest ways of dealing with these difficulties. We’d also like to demonstrate that sprawdzian szóstoklasisty is not an end in itself, but rather a stopover on our students’ journey to foreign language communication. Hope you join us on this journey :-).

 

 

Szkoły ponadgimnazjalne

13:00 - 13:30 Przerwa techniczna / rejestracja uczestników
13:30 - 14:50 Save as.TXT. Towards successful writing for the new 'matura'

A group of words isn’t necessarily a sentence and a collection of sentences doesn’t always make up a successful text. It can be observed that with the new matura changes coming into force in 2015, the marking criteria for writing will be modified to incorporate aspects of text coherence and cohesion. For this reason, we’ll need to devote a considerable amount of time to text-based and text-centred teaching and show our students how to create well-organized texts of their own.

Bearing all this in mind, we’d like to present an analysis of these new requirements and grading criteria, based on a selection of authentic samples of our students’ texts. Our goal will be not only to show what makes a text (in)coherent and (in)cohesive but what to do in everyday teaching to genuinely help our students write better-quality texts, for exam and beyond.
 

 

 

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