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主題:多元文化語境計畫-融入英語教學理論之典範教學交流分享會
 
           Teaching Culture in the EFL Classroom
 
 

 

First Speaker: Ms. Wei-Chi Vicky Pan

Topic: More than Being Interactive: Making Cross-Cultural Learning Happen in a Language Classroom.

Abstract:

Cultural learning, the fifth dimension, is to round out the language learning in an EFL classroom. The purpose of this experience-sharing session is to demonstrate how cross-cultural learning can be brought one step further from being interactive to being participatory and reflective based on the participatory approach. To achieve this aim, the speaker will present (1) a concise introduction of the participatory approach, (2) the experience of encouraging intermediate level EFL students’ personal involvement in cultural learning through this participatory approach, and (3) a teaching demonstration session to engage the participants in the experience of the participatory language learning.

 

 

 

 

Second Speaker: Ms. Yi-Min Ivy Chiu

Topic: Teaching Culture—the Fifth Language Skill—in an Inquiry- Based EFL Classroom.

Abstract:

As language is not separable from culture, an English language teacher is expected to teach culture, namely the fifth language skill, in tandem with the traditional four English language skills. The purpose of this presentation, or more accurately an experience-sharing plus teaching demonstration (TD), is to show how culture teaching can be integrated with language teaching through inquiry-based teaching (IBT) approach. To this end, the speaker will (1) briefly introduce the IBT teaching approach, (2) share her experience of using IBT to raise her lower-intermediate level EFL students’ cultural awareness, and (3) prepare a TD session to involve the participants in an inquiry-based language learning experience.

 

 

 

 

Third Speaker: Mr. Jackson Dean Ver Steeg, Jr.

Topic: Approaching Critical Cultural Awareness (CCA) through Cultural Objects in the EFL Classroom.

Abstract:

This demonstration introduces two interactive workshops designed to improve student understanding of American history and culture as well as current issues in language learning.  The first, a quilting workshop, introduced students to the social role quilting played in rural American life. In small groups, they then recreated the process of making a quilt.  The second workshop dealt with calligraphy and handwriting.  Students were first introduced to the current debate on continuing to teach cursive handwriting. They then practiced different forms of English writing, both cursive handwriting and calligraphy, and were asked to reflect on the relevance of these skills.

 

 

 

 

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Conference Materials :

 

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Teaching Demonstration PPT

L7Y2 Unit 2 Reading 2  (TD)

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Teaching Demostration  PPT

Worksheet

Teaching Demonstration PPT