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PDP lesson frame

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 02, 2012 11:43 am



Clear Learning Objectives

Receptive lessons are ones in which the main learning objective involves the students demonstrating that they have understood a text which would normally be challenging for them because of its language, style or organization.

Ø Uses observable verbs describing student behavior.

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

Ø Activates schema through use of visuals, topic-related discussion, or prediction.

Ø Provides background and situation related to the text in an interactive way.

Ø Pre-teaches or introduces key vocabulary and language structures related to the text.

DURING STAGE - Students interact directly with the text a number of times, each time with a specific purpose that leads the students to gradually gain a more detailed understanding of the text.

Ø Provides multiple opportunities (at least three) for students to hear/read the text.

Ø Each listening/reading has an interactive task requiring some kind of response from the students.

Ø Tasks move from general to specific understanding. From getting the main idea to looking for specific, discrete pieces of information/individual words.

Ø Allows time for students to check comprehension, as questions, clarify vocabulary and move toward deeper understanding of the text.

POST STAGE – Students’ understanding of the text is reinforced through expanding on the text or personalizing the topic using other language skill areas (speaking or writing)

Ø Requires students to be creative and to expand on the text or personalize the topic using other skills.

Ø Allows students to reinforce the new vocabulary words/language structures using other skills.


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