Chapter 3 Using websites (Part 2: pp. 35 - 43) Planning lessons using the Internet A web-based lesson has three parts: (1) Warmer=warming-up activities, usually done in the normal classroom (2) Web=activities on the computer --Students’ favorite websites may be incorporated into the lesson. --A clearly-defined task should be given. --A clearly-defined time frame should be given. (3) What next=follow-up activities to round off the lesson A lesson plan : Exploring BBC radio programs (advanced level) *This is a replacement for “A lesson plan – Movie stars on pp. 37 – 39) 1. Visit BBC RADIO 4 2. Click on “All current Radio 4 programmes “ in “Find a Programme” on the right side. 3. Choose an interesting program for you. Choose a program in which you listen to words, not bells or sounds. 4. Listen to it. 5. Write the following analyzing the program. (1) Your full name (2) Title of the program (3) What is it about? (4) Length of the program (5) Your comments 6. By Saturday, May 22, send your answers to <[email protected]> as follows. Subject: your full name (for example, Mitsukai Hayase) Body: (1) Your full name (2) Title of the program (3) What is it about? (4) Length of the program (5) Your comments Working with lower levels of language proficiency Websites suitable for lower levels: * With simple and clear text * With no linguistic data (in charts, diagrams) * With visuals * ELT websites (edited) Borrowed words (pp. 40-41) [warmer] --Ask your learners if they know any loan words? Your country Your language Word in your language English version Original country Original language Original word Japan Japanese パエーヤ Paella Spain Spanish Paella アリバイ Alibi Britain English Alibi ミサ Mass Roman Empire? Latin “Ite missa Est.”立ち 去れ、 儀 式は終わ れり Borrowed words (pp. 40-41) [Web] The English Language: Words Borrowed from Other Languages http://www.krysstal.com/borrow.html Use the website to complete your part of the table. Student A Word Student B Country Language Kidnap Word Country sauna Greek Japan lottery parachute paper Norway Language Borrowed words (pp. 40-41) [Web] The English Language: Words Borrowed from Other Languages http://www.krysstal.com/borrow.html Use the website to complete your part of the table. Student A Student B Word Country Language Word Country Language Kidnap Denmark Danish sauna Finland Finnish Greek lottery Netherlands Japan Dutch parachute paper Egypt Ancient Egypt France Norway French Questions to be asked: *What language does the word sauna come from? *What country does parachute come from? *Can you tell me a Russian word used in English? --Use [Search Borrowed Words] on the left side. Borrowed words (pp. 40-41) [Ｗｈａｔ next] --Brainstorming English words used in Japan --Katakana words: Japanese pronunciation vs. English pronunciation --Students collecting English words written on food packages, etc. and checking their accurate meanings. 次の外来語(英語）の発音は？ トマト、ポテト、バッグ、ベースボール、テープ、 オリンピック、ペンギン、バナナ、スパゲッティ tomato, potato, bag, baseball, tape, the Olympics, penguin, banana, spaghetti 11 外来語（英語）でゲームをしよう！ １．ペーパーテスト 1. written test 2. ハンドル ２．steering wheel ３．アリバイ 3. alibi ４．スキンシップ 4. physical contact 12 ５．シャープペンシル ６．マンション 5. mechanical pencil 6. condominium ７．カンニング 7. cheating ８．オクラ 8. okra 13 Web teaching dos and don’ts (pp. 41-32) 1. Have a backup plan in place. “Multimedia can be multifailure.” 2. Ask your colleagues. Share knowledge with them. 3. Save web pages if you use only a few of them. You can use them very quickly from your computer. *ファイル 名付けて保存 4. Employ “pair work” and “group work.” 5. When you design your computer room, one idea is to have computers next to walls and have a large table at the center (See page 14) . Other arrangements? 6. Limit access to some websites if necessary.