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  • 16/09/2020

    Physical Education Challenge

    Educación / Coaching / Mentoring

    I encourage you to challenge your students with some physical activities or some other healthy habits.

    I share with you this challege sheet that could help students get some extra credit or just challenge themselves for fun.


  • 14/09/2020

    General Listening P.E

    Educación / Coaching / Mentoring
    +2

    🔊🔊Listening is a skill that will help students get significantly better in all other language skills.

     

    💭💭 I challenge you to come up with new ideas to make learners listening experiences get to the next level.

     

    1️⃣ Pay attention to your own pronunciation. Learners will take for granted that you are pronouncing properly.

     

    2️⃣ Share social media you consider appropriate and enjoyable.

     

    ✏️✏️Write at the comment section a Youtube Channel a Podcast or any other media that you may find interesting to share with your students🧐🧐🧐. I am also keen to read your opinion about the ones I shared (4º E.S.O/1º BACH?)😊.

     

     

    🟦🔗 Check out my Instagram page so I can keep you posted:

     

    💻 https://www.instagram.com/laefbilingue/

     

    #teacher #innovación #visualthinking #profesor #maestro #bilingual #bilingüe #educacionfisica #edufis #physicaleducation

     


  • 07/09/2020

    General Speaking P.E.

    Educación / Coaching / Mentoring
    +2

     

    🎙🎙Speaking should be one of our priorities in our P.E classes.

     

    1️⃣Firstly, we have to understand that our students might feel uncomfortable speaking in a foreign language, therefore, we have to give them, not only all the resources they need to build a proper sentence but also, create a non-judgmental environment to make everyone feel confident to participate.😁

     

    2️⃣Once they get used to talk in English, cooperative learning seems to be a good strategy to force students get into different conversations that will have a significant impact on their speaking.🧐

     

     

    ⚠️⚠️ Some apps were mentioned in this post. If you want to watch a quick tutorial of each of them, go to my web page and download the infographic called “General Speaking”. 📲 📱📱In that infographic there are some examples of games that you can play to give you an idea of how to put this into practice.

     

     

    🟦🔗 Check out my Instagram page so I can keep you posted:

     

    💻 https://www.instagram.com/laefbilingue/

     

    #teacher #innovación #visualthinking #profesor #maestro #bilingual #bilingüe #educacionfisica #edufis #physicaleducation

     


  • 07/09/2020

    General Vocabulary P.E

    Educación / Coaching / Mentoring
    +3

    🤚🏽Avoid falling into the language barrier by giving importance to the Vocabulary.

     

    Use the ideas shown in this post to help students learn the new vocabulary as well as:

    🟢Reduce explanation time.

    🟢Make warm ups and cool downs more efficient.

    🟢More opportunities to catch up in spite of a prior lack of English skills.

     

    ⚠️⚠️ Some apps were mentioned in this post. If you want to watch a quick tutorial of each of them, go to my web page and download the infographic called “General Vocabulary”. 📲 📱📱In that infographic there are some examples of games that you can play to give you an idea of how to put this into practice.

     

    ❌ These ideas should never be taken as the only way to teach your lessons. We all know, as teachers, that part of our work consists in adapting our classes to the different contexts (Motor development, English level, school internal goals, educational laws...). Hence, make a plan, apply it, analyze how it works and find the best fit for you and your learners.

     

    🟦🔗 Check out my Instagram page so I can keep you posted:

     

    💻 https://www.instagram.com/laefbilingue/

     

    #teacher #innovación #visualthinking #profesor #maestro #bilingual #bilingüe #educacionfisica #edufis #physicaleducation

     


  • 07/09/2020

    General Scheme

    Educación / Coaching / Mentoring
    +4

    🧐Do you think you need to adapt your classes to teach in a foreign language?

     

    ✅ If the answer is “yes”, read this post and take the ideas you think that would help your students learn more Physical Education while improving their English.

     

    ❌ This ideas should never be taken as the only way to teach your lessons. We all know, as teachers, that part of our work consists in adapting our classes to the different contexts (Motor development, English level, school internal goals, educational laws...). Hence, make a plan, apply it, analyze how it works and find the best fit for you and your learners.

     

    🔜New posts are coming with more accurate examples of each section (Vocabulary, Grammar, Speaking and Listening).

     

    🟦🔗 Check out my Instagram page so I can keep you posted:

     

    💻 https://www.instagram.com/laefbilingue/

     

    #teacher #innovación #visualthinking #profesor #maestro #bilingual #bilingüe #educacionfisica #edufis #physicaleducation


  • 24/05/2020

    ALL ABOUT CLIL

    Extradeportivo
    +3

    🟢What does CLIL stand for?

    Content and Language Integrated Learning. Known in Spanish as AICLE (Aprendizaje Integrado de Contenidos y Lengua Extranjera).

    🟢What is it?

    CLIL implies a different teaching approach focusing on the acquisition of content subjects through the medium of English. The innovative angle differs very much from the traditional methodology based on learning the foreign language through systematic, mechanical grammar exercises with hardly any attention to communicative skills (Fernández Barrera, 2019).

    This teaching approach is highly related to the language learning method presented by Halliday (1993) which consists of a continuum of three main interdependent processes: learning language, learning through language and learning about language (Urmeneta, 2019).

    🟢When was CLIL used for the first time?

    Back in the late 1950s, in order to introduce French immersion programmes in the English-speaking communities in Montréal.

    🟢Some ideas to start applying in your classes (Urmeneta, 2019).

    1. Make language comprehensible: The use of gestures, the repetition of keywords and concepts, or the use of paralinguistic resources, in order to help students understand the literal meaning of the messages.

    2. Scaffolding leading to conceptualization (Socratic questioning): Allow learners to become active participants in the academic conversation as co-constructors of meaning to foster participation.

    3. Shape learner’s language: Using exaggerated emphasis to model correct pronunciation or form.

    4. Creating a community of learners: Deal with the students’ emotional welfare and maintain an atmosphere of mutual support.

    5. Reassuring students or deliberately leaving them in uncertainty: Be more concerned about the Feedback you give (when?, how?, what?).

    🟢How can we introduce this teaching approach in our working environment?

    The CLIL approach conveys new methodological and structural dynamics affecting not only the school organisation and the entire educational community, but also classroom management, which is where CLIL takes place. In this regard, teachers are expected to work together and cooperate in many decision-making (Fernández Barrera, 2019).

    I would recommend you to start applying the ideas shown above, as well as its general bases, in your lessons. Then, after getting used to it, try to get other teachers progressively involved, in order to make everyone work on the same page.

    ❌❌❌There is a risk that "academic standards" in the content subject will be lowered due to the students' poor command of the foreign language (Escobar Urmeneta, 2011).

    📚Bibliography:

    Fernández Barrera, A. (2019). Bilingual education in Spain: a sociolinguistic ethnography of clil in Castilla-La Mancha. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, España.

    Halliday, M.A.K. (1993). Towards a Language-Based Theory of Learning. Linguistics and Education 5, 93-116.

    Urmeneta, C. E. (2011). Colaboración interdisciplinar, Partenariado y Centros de Formación Docente: Tres ejes para sustentar la formación del profesorado AICLE. In C. Escobar Urmeneta & L. Nussbaum (coords.), Aprendre en una altra llengua / Learning through another language / Aprender en otra lengua (pp. 203-230). Bellaterra: Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, España.

    Urmeneta, C. E. (2019). An introduction to content and language integrated learning (CLIL) for teachers and teacher educators. CLIL. Journal of Innovation and Research in Plurilingual and Pluricultural Education, 2(1), 7-19.

    #english #clil #teacher #aicle #educacionfisica #maestro #profesor #work #bilingue #innovacion


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