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  1. Teaching English with Fun

  2. How effective are you? • Join the online survey and find out how effective you are. • Send me a short message via Whatsapp • My number is 081233473848 • Here is the link

  3. Socio-Affective • be enthusiastic for teaching, • establish and maintain positive relationships with students, • create an environment in which their students can concentrate on learning, • have positive attitudes towards students, • respond to students’ needs, • provide a stress-free classroom atmosphere, spare time for students

  4. Pedagogical Knowledge • Guide students, • Have the ability to organize, explain and clarify the lessons, • provide students with an environment in which they can be relaxed • Motivate students, • Give positive reinforcement, • Allocating more time to preparation and delivery teaching by integrating technology

  5. Subject-Matter Knowledge • use target language in class, • integrate lessons based on students’ backgrounds and preparing effective lesson plans, • be fluent, accurate and knowledgeable on the topics being taught, • make use of audio-visual materials when possible, • guide students to get some learning strategies, • teach a topic in accordance with students’ proficiency levels, • watch and inform students about their progress in language learning

  6. Personal Qualities • being challenging and having reasonably high expectations, • having sense of humor, • Being creative, • being tolerant, patient, kind, sensible and open-minded, flexible, optimistic, • having positive attitudes toward new ideas

  7. Method 1: Communicative Language Teaching • Teach them language patterns to learn. For example, you teach them the following grammar item: “Have you ever?” • Challenge their understanding with relevant exercises.

  8. Use “have you ever”>> What would you (A) ask if someone’s reply (B) is ….(in 5 seconds) 1. A: …………………………..? • B: No. I’ve never found it (a wallet) that someone dropped? 2. A: ………………………….. • B: Yes. I’ve ever gone camping in a tent. 3. A: ………………………….. • B: Yes. I’ve ever had something embarrassing happen to me. It happened in the classroom yesterday.

  9. What would you (A) say/asks if someone’s reply (B) is as follows (in 5 seconds) 1. A: ………………………….. • B: I’ve travelled to Papua just recently. 2. A: ………………………….. • B: Sending a picture to wrong people is the craziest thing I have ever done. 3. A: ………………………….. • B: Congratulation! 4. A: ………………………….. • B: What a beautiful girl!

  10. Communicative Lg. Teaching (Role Play) • Contextualize the situation • Structure the language to learn (persuading other people): • Opening (first …, first of all…, to begin with…) • Strengthening (besides that…, in addition…, furthermore …) • Giving conclusion (to summarize …, in short …) • Divide the people into groups and share the roles • Give them hints about what to persuade • Practice

  11. Method 2: Total Physical ResponseAct them out (listening) • A brush (It is to scrub up the sink) • A sponge (It is to wipe out the counter) • Dust cloth (It is to dust the book shelf) • Vacuum cleaner (It is to vacuum the rug) • A broom (It is to sweep the kitchen floor)

  12. Activity A: Ask the students to act them out • Ask an individual student (Could you point to the sponge/the brush/the dust cloth/the vacuum cleaner?) • Point to the sponge and the brush. Point to the dust cloth and the vacuum cleaner. • Do it quickly and combine the objects. • Ask the whole class • Do it quickly and combine the objects.

  13. Activity B: Ask the students to act them out • Combine some verbs>> the students act them out. • Combine the verbs with adverbs (quickly/carefully). • Combine some verbs with adverbs>> the students act them out.

  14. The examples of activity B • Vacuum the rug carefully and sweep the kitchen floor quickly. • Scrub up the sink carefully and dust the book shelf carefully. • Wipe out the counter quickly and scrub up the sink carefully. • Vacuum the rug carefully, sweep the kitchen floor quickly and wipe out the counter quickly. • Wipe out the counter carefully, scrub up the sink quickly and sweep the kitchen floor quickly .

  15. Method 3: Drawing Dictation(speaking and listening) • One students draws a picture based on what other students see on the paper and say. • Someone (the volunteer) drawing the picture on the board can choose someone to help

  16. Method 4: (reading) • Make a group of four to five people • One member of the group has to go to a designated spot where a letter is posted or dictated by a member of the group. • (I will share the link of the letter with one member of the group). • They do it in turn until the whole text can be fully written.

  17. The link

  18. Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing today to complain of the poor service I received from your company on June 12, 2016. I was visited by a representative of That Awful Company, Mr. Madman, at my home on that day. Mr. Madman was one hour late for his appointment and offered nothing when he arrived at noon. This man did not remove his muddy shoes upon entering my house, and consequently left a trail of dirt in the hallway. Mr. Madman then proceeded to present a range of products to me that I was not interested in. I would welcome the opportunity  to discuss matters further. I look forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully, Mr. Confusing

  19. Method 5: Opinion Dictation(Speaking and Listening) • Ask the students to prepare a piece of paper • Draw a table of four columns • Put agree, disagree and depend on the columns they have written • The teacher dictates the sentences and ask the students write them down on the columns they choose. • At the end, ask the students to check with each other. Ask them to explain why they put the sentences on the particular columns.

  20. Find someone who squares

  21. Sentences for dictation • University should be free from any financial obligations. • We should build more nuclear power stations • Dogs are better pets than cats • Television is increasing violence in our society • Alcohol should be illegal. • A weekend in the mountains is better than on the beach • Females are better students than males • When learning English, listening is more difficult than speaking • Students should wear uniform • Everybody should go to university

  22. Method 6: Find someone who squares (speaking and listening)

  23. Ask the students to write nine squares containing verbs on the paper • Ask them to ask their friends using “have you ever?” When did you ..? • Put friends’ names on the squares if they find any

  24. Method 7: Vocabulary Building

  25. Method 8: Tongue Twister (memorization) Betty Botter bought some butterBut she said the butter’s bitterIf I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitterBut a bit of better butter will make my batter better (batter means thin dough/adonan)

  26. (memorization) Betty Botter bought some…. But she said the butter’s bitter If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter…. But a bit of better butter will make my batter better Answer: butter bitter

  27. (memorization) Betty Botter bought some butter But she ….the butter’s bitter If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter But ….of better butter will make my batter better Answer: said a bit

  28. (memorization) ……………………………………………….. ………………………………………………… If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter But a bit of better butter will make my batter better Answer: Betty Botter bought some butter But she said the butter’s bitter

  29. Method 9 Vocabulary teaching •

  30. Method 10: Listening>> Spreaker

  31. Let’s practice using Spreaker • Prepare a piece of paper and write question 11 to 20. • Say hello to me via my Whatsapp: 081233473848 • Get the link from me and begin listening to the questions • Level one: • Level Two:

  32. Level One • 1. Come and see me. 2. And away we go. 3. We can jump. 4. We can run. 5. We can play. 6. It is three to two. 7. A blue one is little. 8. My yellow one is big. 9. The red one is for you. 10. Where is it? 11. It is not in here. 12. I can find it. 13. Look up here. 14. Help me down. 15. You said to make it funny

  33. Level Two • 1. Can you come out and play? 2. Do you like to run and jump? 3. Do you want to go for a ride? 4. It is so pretty up here! 5. Will you help me down? 6. Did you two eat? 7. I must say, you ate well. 8. I am good at this. 9. He is up to no good. 10. He will not get away with it. 11. I will look into it. 12. One and three are four. 13. Red, yellow and black make brown. 14. Say what you want, but I like it. 15. Do you have this in white? 16. I like the blue one on you. 17. It is a little too big for you. 18. This is my new one. 19. Please say yes. 20. She said that they will be here soon 21. They came to see our new one. 22. What did you find under there? 23. We all ran to see what was there. 24. Who saw where it went? 25. Now that was funny!

  34. TOEIC using Spreaker •

  35. LISTENING (11-20)

  36. Method 11. Reading>>

  37. Method 12. Assessment >>

  38. Socrative App • Open your web browser • Type • Log ini as a student • Join room>>

  39. Method 13. Speaking>>

  40. Method 14. Writing>>


  42. Automated readability index

  43. Thank you