English Pedagogy 1 2017

jaime.pizarro@unab.cl

Collaborative online work:


https://www.edmodo.com


Join "Language 1 Unab"  group:

 
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Topics to cover in Phonetics Language 1:

1. Why pronunciation and phonetics are important

2. IPA (International Phonetics Alphabet)

3. The Alphabet and Ordinal numbers

4.Homophones, Homonyms, Minimal Pairs, and Silent
 Letters.

5. Sounds (phonemes) V/S spelling (letters)

6. Syllables.

7. Word stress.

8. Schwa.

9. CONSONANTS

10. Clusters.





Create your personal e-portfolio:

http://edublogs.org/

(send e-portfolio link to:
jaime.pizarro@unab.cl)

Create your personal audio account:

https://soundcloud.com



Sample e-portfolios from other English

pedagogy students:


2016

http://marianamoreno.edublogs.org/


2015-2017
http://camilafernandez.edublogs.org/

2014-2017

http://michellealvarezb.edublogs.org/

2013-2016

http://isabellarranaga.edublogs.org/

2012-2015...
http://claudiaalbucco.edublogs.org/

2011-2014...
http://tomasreyes.edublogs.org/





Phonemic chart:

Compendium Vowels Consonants of English





Description of consonants:
 /p/
Definition:                        Bilabial stop

Voice:                              voiceless

Distribution:                     full (complete)

Spelling:                          “p”, “pp”

Allophones: (if any)          aspiration


English Pronunciation in Use elementary consonants


English Pronunciation in Use elementary vowels
E-portfolio: Title " audio upload ..."

1. In pairs: listen, check pronunciation, practice, rehearse, record and upload on your e-portfolios one dialogue from "The Flatmates".

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/flatmates/

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL63FB966A10363FAF


2. Record dialogue twice switching roles.

3. Important: IMITATE the speakers´ intonation.

4. Sound natural like in real conversation.

5. Deadline: Monday  midnight 

....
6. Source: "Flatmates"  1 dialogue taken from episodes  1 
to 60


Audio upload 1:   The Flatmates (episodes  1 to 10)


Audio upload 2:    The Flatmates (episodes 11 to 20)

Audio upload 3:    The Flatmates (episodes 21 to 30)

Audio upload 4:    The Flatmates (episodes  31 to 40)

Audio upload 5:    The Flatmates (episodes  41 to 50)

Audio upload 6:    The Flatmates (episodes  51 to 60)


Suggested site for your mp3 recordings (after recording, link dialogue to your edublogs account):

http://soundcloud.com/ 
https://audioboo.fm/
http://www.mixcloud.com/
http://www.podomatic.com/


AUDIO UPLOAD RUBRIC:
Oral performance

Poor (0 - 1 pts)
1 pts
Fair (1 - 3 pts)
3 pts
Good - Excellent (3 - 5 pts)
5 pts
Intonation/ Flow 
Poor (0 - 1 pts)

The student has poor intonation and flow. Has many hesitations. Not emotionally expressive.
Fair (1 - 3 pts)

The student is approaching a good flow and intonation. Has few hesitations. Needs to be more emotionally expressive.
Good - Excellent (3 - 5 pts)

The student shows good flow and intonation. Has no hesitations.  Emotionally expressive.
Pronunciation  
Poor (0 - 1 pts)

Student makes little or no effort to enunciate and articulate in target language. 
Fair (1 - 3 pts)

The student has errors in pronunciation, some effort in articulation in target language. 
Good - Excellent (3 - 5 pts)

The student makes minor or no errors in pronunciation, great articulation in target language
Preparedness / Recording
Poor (0 - 1 pts)

Reading does not show practice, the reading is unnatural. Unprepared.. Volume is not appropriate. 
Fair (1 - 3 pts)

Reading shows some practice. Student is close to prepared.. Volume is mostly   appropriate. 
Good - Excellent (3 - 5 pts)

Reading is well prepared. Student has obviously practiced often. Volume is always appropriate. 


Total: __________/15                                   Grade:___________






Suggested vocabulary for feedback on 

Audio Uploads

-pronunciation / mispronunciation
-interaction /emotion
-sounds/phonemes:  consonants, vowels, diphthongs
-word stress / sentence stress
-accuracy (accurate)/ fluency (fluent)
-intonation
-rhythm
-weak/ strong forms
-syllables
-pauses /hesitations
-intelligible / unintelligible
-linking
-clusters
-assimilation
-elision
-volume
-slow /fast
Feedback must be
-Specific
-Positive

-Professional (no bullying)





My pronunciation playlist on Youtube










VOCABULARY  LOG

Target Word (in the context…
Definition (THAT FITS THE CONTEXT) in your OWN WORDS
Phonemic transcription
Collocation
Word family
Relating a meaning of this word to your own life
Translation

1 Schedule









Suggested vocabulary to be used in the "Self-

assessment" on your e-portfolio:



-listening/ speaking/ reading/ writing

-pronunciation/ grammar/ vocabulary

-fluency (fluent)/ accuracy (accurate)

-words/phrases/ sentences/ dialogues/ conversations

-competent /proficient

-improve (improvement)

-weakness /strength

-individual / pair / group / team work

-classwork/ homework

-interact / interaction

-classmates / teachers

-fun/ interesting / challenging /boring /repetitive

-correction /self-correction

-feedback from classmates /teachers

-nervous /relaxed /motivated (motivation), etc etc...





Final e-portfolio activity:

Editing and polishing

-read feedback from classmates and make necessary changes in your written tasks
-proof-read your written assignments to correct mistakes
-What about
Titles?
Pictures?


Everything clear to the reader? Easy to read?




E-portfolio Rubric:


Student´s name:______________________      Points:______/20         Grade:______________



Exemplary (4)
Proficient  (3)
Partially  (2) proficient
Incomplete  (1)
Language:
Written performance
The writing is free of grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. 
The writing is largely free of grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. 
The writing includes some grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors.
There are numerous grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. 
Language:
Oral performance
The speech is fluent and accurate
The speech is largely fluent and accurate
The speech sometimes lacks fluency and accuracy
The speech is not fluent and has several pronunciation problems
Task completion
All tasks were done on schedule
Many tasks were done on schedule
Some tasks were done on schedule
No task was done on schedule
Reflections
All reflections clearly describe growth, achievement, accomplishment, and include goals for continued learning.
Most of the reflections describe growth and include goals for continued learning.
A few of the reflections describe growth and include goals for continued learning.

The reflections do not describe growth or include goals for continued learning.

Use of multimedia
All of the multimedia enhance the purpose of the eportfolio, create interest, and are appropriate.

Most of the multimedia enhance the purpose of the eportfolio, create interest, and are generally appropriate.
A few of the multimedia enhance the purpose of the eportfolio, create interest, and are sometimes appropriate.
The photographs, graphics, sounds, and/or videos are inappropriate.













What is summarising

Hints for summarising written text





Extra sources according to unit topics








Unit 2: Cultures in the World





Unit 3:Life Experiences


Unit 4: Mind and Body



Unit 5: Environmental Problems


Unit 6: Cultural Differences




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