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Young to Young – Teaching Young Learners in a 121context

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  1. Thank you to OUP for sponsoring this event through the provision of the platform to host this workshop.

  2. Young to Young – Teaching Young Learners in a 121context Anette Igel, DoS ILC IH Brno

  3. Who has experience with teaching YL 1-2-1? • …. and how do you feel about it? • I have never taught YL in a 1-2-1 situation. • I have taught a few classes, but I’m not very comfortable with it. • I am teaching 1-2-1 and I love it!

  4. What are the main differences in teaching YL compared to adult 1-2-1 and how do they affect the teaching? • 1. Attention span • …. When distraction leads to destruction…. • 2. Topics and interests • …. and I love ‘The wanted’ …. The who? • 3. Types of activities • …. Can we play the fly swatter game? • 4. Interaction between teacher and student • …. From partner to teacher to…?

  5. Designing a syllabus and setting up lessons So what do we need to think off when planning for 1-2-1 lessons? 1. The age of the child/teen 2. The interests they might have 3. What are our, the parents’, the Yls’ short term and long term goals? 4. Do we want to use a course book or not? 5. Which activities can/should we use to reach the goals?

  6. Ideas for activities for different age groups Group 1: Age 6-8 Group 2: Age 9-10 Group 3: Age 11-12 Group 4: Age 13-15/16

  7. Ideas for activities for different age groups: 6-8 years TPR activities Chants, songs and poems Drama Arts and crafts activities Games and competitions CLIL Projects Story books and fairy tales

  8. Ideas for activities for different age groups: 9-10 years TPR activities Chants, songs and poems Drama Arts and crafts activities Creating games Online activities (kidsblog etc.) CLIL Projects Story books and fairy tales

  9. Ideas for activities for different age groups: 11-12 years Discovery activities Exercises to develop analytical thinking Internet research News programs like ‘Blue Peter’ Discussing family, school, free time, culture and science (CLIL) Creating games Online activities (kidsblog, triptico etc.) Magazines

  10. Ideas for activities for different age groups: 13-15 years Communicative activities Exercises to develop critical and analytical thinking Internet research Sophisticated and personalized topics Learning about the world and oneself Online activities (kidsblog, triptico etc.) Authentic material Exercises for analyzing the language, generally more challenging exercises

  11. Round up, pitfalls, Q&Q Can you think of problems that might come up in different cultures? How can they be avoided? Other ideas? Questions? It’s time to ask….

  12. Thank you to OUP for sponsoring this event through the provision of the platform to host this workshop.