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PPU lesson frame

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 02, 2012 11:41 am





PPU FRAMEWORK





Clear Learning Objectives


    <LI style="TEXT-ALIGN: justify; MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-list: l3 level1 lfo1; tab-stops: list 36.0pt" class=MsoNormal>Written in terms of: At the end of the lesson, students will be able to……
  • Includes specific target language, observable verbs describing student behavior AND a communicative task.

PRESENTATION STAGE - Students become familiar with the topic, the language and essential vocabulary they will use during the lesson.



Ø Elicits background knowledge related to topic or language point

Ø Finds out what the students already know related to the lesson.

Ø Provides background and situation – activates schema

Ø Introduces vocabulary/language structures inductively or deductively when appropriate

Ø Gives students time to write and reflect on new language structures or vocabulary and ask questions.



PRACTICE STAGE – Students go through a process of internalizing information in order to prepare for later communication by practicing the language in various ways moving from “teacher-controlled” to “student-centered” activities.



Ø Provides a variety of types of activities that focus on the target material/language.

Ø Teacher’s involvement gradually decreases as students take more control and move from controlled to freer practice.

Ø Uses independent pair and groupwork with teacher monitoring to gradually increase student talking time and decrease teacher talking time.

Ø Teacher involvement in pair/groupwork is limited to error correction related to target language and clarification of instructions as needed.

Ø Allows students to demonstrate their understanding as the teacher monitors and helps as necessary.

Ø Prepares students for the “Use” stage where they will be able to use the language on their own, mostly independently of the teacher, written prompts etc.



USE STAGE – Students spontaneously produce the language required for the whole, real life task, real communication.



Ø Personalizes the material so that students use the language they have learned to talk about themselves, their lives, etc.

Ø Requires students to be creative with and expand on the target language in a real context.

Ø Allows students to demonstrate their independent control or learning of the new language/material.

Teacher involvement is limited to monitoring and checking on progress toward achievement of student learning objectives

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Re: PPU lesson frame

Post by BILLAL on Fri Jan 06, 2012 12:07 am

Great work, thanks
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