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g through cross-content awareness. Through t hese experiences, participants will be empow ered to apply new definitions of ‘learnin g’ and ‘communication’ in their own teach ing.
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2 . TDE Program 2.2 Objective and Goals Goal 1: Participants will be able apply ideas from discussions on educational and teaching issues, including the learning process. their roles in a variety of communities , including - a learner in the TDE program. - a collaborator with the colleagues in their English divisions. problem-solving strategies.
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2 . TDE Program 2.2 Objective and Goals Goal 2: Participants will improve their grasp of key ideas and concepts, including task sequencing and project-based learning . the learning process, in terms of linguistic and background knowledge and communication skills and activities. how the role of the classroom teacher rotates between that of instructor, facilitator and participant . interaction with students, collaborative work.
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# Theme 1 Critical thinking, communication skills 2 Interaction (participants as teachers) 3 Participation (participants as teachers) 4 Performance / empathy (participants as learners) Low - Structured Mid - Structured High - Structured 2 . TDE Program 2.3 2007 Contents and Organization
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2 . TDE Program 2.3 2007 Contents and Organization
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Group discussion Formal debate 2 . TDE Program 2.3 2007 Contents and Organization
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Dramatic Scenes 2 . TDE Program 2.3 2007 Contents and Organization
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2 . TDE Program 2.4 2007 Contents and Organization
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Biology Social Studies English 1) What is”gene”? 2) episodes about inheritance 1) Do good while you live 2) religion/ art/motivation in life 3) genetic engineering 1) genetic engineering 3) Technological development and ethics 4) cloning mechanism (pp 2) cloning mechanism (pp presentation) 2 . TDE Program 2.4 Sample task-based lesson
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2 . TDE Program 2.4 Sample task-based lesson
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2 . TDE Program 2.4 Sample task-based lesson
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2 . TDE Program 2.4 Sample task-based lesson
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2 . TDE Program 2.4 Sample task-based lesson
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2 . TDE Program 2.4 Sample task-based lesson
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3 . Outcomes 3.1 2007 Lake Yamanaka Sessions Internet Search 2 9 0 0 English reading and discussion 4 7 0 0 Material Development 1 7 1 0 satisfied unsatisfied I thought it was a valuable way in creating materials. I hope I would like this type of discussion in my department for material development. This session was worthwhile. I think it ideal, but I wonder if my department can spare the time for this kind of meetings. Comments from participants Discussion Discussion
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3 . Outcomes 3.1 2007 Lake Yamanaka Sessions Necessity of interaction with students 5 5 0 0 Importance of seeing materials through students’ eyes 7 4 0 0 Understandability of my own materials for students 0 5 0 2 understand not understand Participants comments Interactive Workshop Interactive Workshop I understand how difficult but important for teachers to create materials clearly understandable for students.
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