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UNIVERSIDAD AUTNOMA DEL ESTADO DE HIDALGO

INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y HUMANIDADES

REA ACADMICA DE LINGSTICA

LICENCIATURA EN ENSEANZA DE LA LENGUA INGLESA

CUARTO SEMESTRE, GRUPO 1

FRAGOSO TLLEZ JHOANNA KARINA


ISLAS SANTOS OLGA ESTEFANIA
QUINTANAR RUIZ EDHER GONZALO

ENERO-JUNIO, 2017

MATERIALES Y RECURSOS
ZIGA GALLEGOS
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Lesson Plan
LEVEL: B1 FUNCTION: Expressing your opinion CONTEXT: Technology in the classroom
EXPECTATIONS
General Objective:
By the end of the lesson students will be able to express their own opinion in a talk
about the use of technology in the classroom in order to exchange information with
others.

Specific Objectives:
Engage students attention by using different activities related to a podcast.
Improve listening .
Build new vocabulary related to distinctive ways of expressing opinions.

LESSON DEVELOPMENT
STAGE PROCEDURE MATERIAL
1. Pre Activity Board
Presentation T. writes a question on the board about different ways Markers
in which we use technology, and asks some Ss to Podcast
answer the question. Laptop, Recorder,
T. provides a podcast for the Ss to listen to and gives Mobile phone
them a handout (1) Speakers
Ss. answers the handout while listening to the Handout 1
podcast. Handout 2
T. checks answers and provides feedback if
necessary.
T. provides Ss. handout (2) and Ss will answer it
according to what they remember from the podcast.
T. checks answers and provides feedback if
necessary.
2.Controlled T. displays vocabulary for expressing one's opinion. Computer
Practice T. explains through examples how to use the new T.V
vocabulary. (Grammar form) Board
T. practices the new vocabulary by asking random Markers
questions.
Ss. have to answer the questions orally using
different expressions.

3.Production T. writes on the board the question How can you use Board
technology in your classroom in order to improve your Markers
lessons?
Ss. work in pairs. S A interviews S B about the
question on the board, after a minute Ss. switch roles.
After they finished interviewing each other, each
student shares with the whole class what was learned
during the two interviews.
4.Evaluation T. corrects pronunciation and spelling errors.
T. asks Ss. what they have learned and elicit main
points of the lesson.

Transcript

TeachHUB Video Podcast: Outside the Box Teaching

Hello, my name is Mayree Conway and I'm the writer of the teacher blog outside the box
teaching.

Ive known many teachers to be resistant to new technology dismissing any benefits it might
provide in lieu of classic tired and true methods of teaching. Looking upon how far weve come it
can be difficult, if not overwhelming, to imagine what new tools the future could possibly deliver.
After all why reinvent the wheel when the wheel rolls just fine?

This topic always brings to mind a scene from the first Star Trek picture when Captain Kirk asks
doctor McCoy if the newly refitted medical facilities meet his fancy They do not, he replies,
it's like working in a computer centre. This I think is representative of the feelings many
teachers harbour towards the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. To them it
almost feels like an invasion and the teachers are losing the battle.

I first started teaching in the early 90s and back then it was a much simpler age in the world of
education. It didnt seem like it at the time but in comparison to today, classroom technologies
have come a long way. I remember how ecstatic I was when our school give us each our own
overhead projectors we had never had anything like that before, and all of a sudden this new
device entered the classroom opening up a world of possibilities that venture beyond the
blackboard and chalk.

To the students of today, technology is their second nature and as a result they can adapt to
advancements without even flinching. Lets face it, technology is barrelling forward like a
steam engine at high speed and there is nothing anyone of us can do to stop it. So, why not
embrace it our students are learning and using this tech. Why can't we? Ed tech doesn't have to
take over your classroom rather it can supplement your lessons in a whole new way. In an era
where all of mankinds information is available at the search of a Google. It's more important
than ever that we are adapting our methods of teaching to that of the modern mind, to
understand the way our students think all things considered.

I find it challenging to stay on top of the latest trends myself; obviously change isn't going to
happen overnight as its a process that will take some time so there are a few things you can do
to stay on top of the ball:

First pay attention to what kind of tech your students are using. If youre not sure what is most
popular with today's youth, then how can you expect to level with them on the same plane.

I recently read an intriguing article in wired that spoke of one institution Abilene Christian
University who give iPhones to all incoming students for class use and so far have seen positive
results. There are many apps that provide classroom participatory experiences but it also helps
students prepare for the real world working with the team via email communication for example.

For those of us who are old-school changes happening fast enough to turn your world upside
down. But the fact of the matter is the machines are here to stay. I say get comfortable with
technology and embrace it in your lessons. Don't let it run your classroom but let it supplement it
in fresh new ways. It can be an incredible ally for keeping your students interest. The future
classroom is already here time to dive in.

Glossary:

Refitted: To renew supplies or equipment.

Ecstatic: Extreme joyfulness or happiness

Flinching: To draw back or shrink, as from something dangerous, painful, or difficult.

Barrelling: To drive or move at high speed.

Intriguing: Very Interesting.

Participatory: To take part or have a share, as with others.

While activity

Read the following sentences about the podcast Outside the Box Teaching . Choose True or
False for each sentence.

1. Many teachers are resistant to new technology dismissing any benefits it might provide in lieu
of classic tires and true methods of teaching.

A) True B) False
2. Mayree first started teaching in the early 80s and back then it was a much simpler age in the
world of education.

A) True B) False
3. To the students of today, technology is not their second nature and as a result they cannot
adapt to advancements without flinching.

A) True B) False
4. If youre not sure about what is most popular with today's youth, you cannot expect to level
with them on the same plane.

A) True B) False
5. Abilene Christian University gives iPhones to all incoming students for the use of class.

A) True B) False
Post Activity

Error Correction: Now, in the transcript of the podcast TeachHUB Video Podcast: Outside the
Box Teaching , ten extra words have been added. Try to find and remove the extra words, then
listen and check.

TeachHUB Video Podcast: Outside the Box Teaching

Hello, my name is Mayree Conway and I'm the writer of the teacher blog outside the box
teaching.

Ive known many teachers to be resistant to new technology dismissing any benefits that it might
provide in lieu of classic tired and true methods of teaching. Looking upon how far weve come it
can be difficult, if not overwhelming, to imagine what new tools the future could possibly deliver.
After all why reinvent the wheel when the wheel rolls just fine?

This topic always brings to mind a scene from the first Star Trek picture when Captain Kirk asks
doctor McCoy if the newly refitted medical facilities meet his fancy They do not, he replies,
it's like working in a computer centre. This I think is so representative of the feelings many
teachers harbour towards the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. To them it
almost feels like an invasion and all the teachers are losing the battle.

I first started teaching in the early 90s and back then it was a much simpler age in the world of
education. It didnt seem like it at the time but in comparison to today, classroom technologies
have come a long way. I remember how ecstatic I was when our school give us each our own
overhead projectors we had never had anything like that before, and all of a sudden this new
device entered the classroom opening up a world of possibilities that venture beyond to the
blackboard and chalk.

To the students of today, technology is their second nature and as a result they can adapt it to
advancements without even flinching. Lets face it technology is barrelling forward like a steam
engine at a high speed and there is nothing anyone of us can do to stop it. So, why not embrace
it our students are learning and using this tech. Why can't we? Ed tech doesn't have to take over
your classroom rather it can supplement your lessons in a whole new way. In an era where all of
the mankind's information is available at the search of a Google. It's more important than ever
that we are adapting our methods of teaching to that of the modern mind, to understand the way
our students think all things considered.

I find it challenging to stay on top of the latest trends myself, obviously change isn't going to
happen overnight as its a process that will take some time so there are a few things you can do
to stay on top of the ball:

First pay attention to what kind of tech that your students are using. If youre not sure what is
most popular with today's youth, then how can you expect to level with them on the same plane.

I recently read an intriguing article in wired that spoke of one institution Abilene Christian
University who give iPhones to all the incoming students for class use and so far have seen
positive results. There are many apps that provide classroom participatory experiences but it
also helps students prepare for the real world working with the team via email communication for
example.

For those of us who are old-school changes happening fast enough to turn your world upside
down. But the fact of the matter is the machines are here to stay. I would say get comfortable
with technology and embrace it in your lessons. Don't let it run your classroom but let it
supplement it in fresh new ways. It can be an incredible ally for keeping your students interest.
The future classroom is already here time to dive in.

Key

TeachHUB Video Podcast: Outside the Box Teaching

Hello, my name is Mayree Conway and I'm the writer of the teacher blog outside the box
teaching.

Ive known many teachers to be resistant to new technology dismissing any benefits that it
might provide in lieu of classic tired and true methods of teaching. Looking upon how far weve
come it can be difficult, if not overwhelming, to imagine what new tools the future could possibly
deliver. After all why reinvent the wheel when the wheel rolls just fine?

This topic always brings to mind a scene from the first Star Trek picture when Captain Kirk asks
doctor McCoy if the newly refitted medical facilities meet his fancy They do not, he replies,
it's like working in a computer centre. This I think is so representative of the feelings many
teachers harbour towards the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. To them it
almost feels like an invasion and all the teachers are losing the battle.

I first started teaching in the early 90s and back then it was a much simpler age in the world of
education. It didnt seem like it at the time but in comparison to today, classroom technologies
have come a long way. I remember how ecstatic I was when our school give us each our own
overhead projectors we had never had anything like that before, and all of a sudden this new
device entered the classroom opening up a world of possibilities that venture beyond to the
blackboard and chalk.

To the students of today, technology is their second nature and as a result they can adapt it to
advancements without even flinching. Lets face it technology is barrelling forward like a steam
engine at a high speed and there is nothing anyone of us can do to stop it. So, why not embrace
it our students are learning and using this tech. Why can't we? Ed tech doesn't have to take over
your classroom rather it can supplement your lessons in a whole new way. In an era where all of
the mankind's information is available at the search of a Google. It's more important than ever
that we are adapting our methods of teaching to that of the modern mind, to understand the way
our students think all things considered.

I find it challenging to stay on top of the latest trends myself, obviously change isn't going to
happen overnight as its a process that will take some time so there are a few things you can do
to stay on top of the ball:

First pay attention to what kind of tech that your students are using. If youre not sure what is
most popular with today's youth, then how can you expect to level with them on the same plane.

I recently read an intriguing article in wired that spoke of one institution Abilene Christian
University who give iPhones to all the incoming students for class use and so far have seen
positive results. There are many apps that provide classroom participatory experiences but it
also helps students prepare for the real world working with the team via email communication for
example.

For those of us who are old-school changes happening fast enough to turn your world upside
down. But the fact of the matter is the machines are here to stay. I would say get comfortable
with technology and embrace it in your lessons. Don't let it run your classroom but let it
supplement it in fresh new ways. It can be an incredible ally for keeping your students interest.
The future classroom is already here time to dive in.