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听文化 思异同 陈观点
--视听说教程
周爽
西北工业大学
www.themegallery.com
教学模式
读写译教学
(2学时/周)
综合教程
input + output
网络自主学习
(2学时/2周)
口语教学
(2学时/2周)
视听说教程
input + output
综合教程+视听说教程
input + output
网络课学习要求与目标
(Unit file)
课本
 Listening skills & listening competence
 Information input, preparation for oral output
- Cultural background knowledge
- Functional expressions
- Everyday English
- Presentation skills
- Pronunciation
口语课学习要求与目标
 Information output
- Cultural background knowledge
- vocabulary learnt from the unit
- Functional expressions
基于视听说教程学习
- Everyday English
- Presentation skills
 Speaking skills & speaking competence
 Make up for a deficiency
基于综合教程学习
 Further discuss unit topic, inspire thinking
口语课练习设计与选材原则
 深化主题
 拓展知识
 培养技能
 启发思考
 提高课堂参与兴趣
 活动形式多样性
契合单元教学主线
教学方法:
交互协作
教学脉络
Oxford, Ivy League,
“我”与其他国家学生初入大学生活的体验,
Northwest Polytechnic
University
酸甜苦辣
大学
生活
开端
文化体验
树立正确的大学生活方式,态度,明确
学习目的
素质教育
Unit 1
components
Starting point
Presentation skills
Inside view
pronunciation
Talking point
Unit task
Outside view
Unit file
Listening in
Learning tasks
 Task 1 role play
Memorize 3 conversations in Inside View
Focus: everyday English & functional expressions
 Task 2 group work - retelling
Identify and orally explain Oxford traditions in
Outside View
Focus: cultural background knowledge
Task 3 individual work - presentation
Choose either of the following:
A. Self-study presentation skills (P10) and sample
presentation posted for you. Make a factual
presentation for Ivy League (Listening in) based
on the factfile you finish online.
B. Self-study presentation skills (P10) and sample
presentation posted for you. Make a factfile for
NWPU. And then make a factual presentation for
NWPU based on the factfile (PPT required).
Focus: presentation skills & cultural background knowledge
Sample
Hello, everyone. I’m an undergraduate student here
at Nankai University and I’m happy I was asked to tell
you something about the university.
Nankai is actually one of the oldest universities in
China, founded in 1919, and it’s a key multi-disciplinary
university which is well-known for research.
Alumni from Nankai include the late Premier Zhou
Enlai, the mathematician Chen Shengshen and the
playwright Cao Yu, among many others and the university
is associated with a number of Nobel Prize winners.
The university is quite international and is keen to
develop even more links. Of course, there’s a lot more to
say about the university and I’m sure you’ll have
questions as we go around the campus. The campus
environment is very pleasant, with the lakes and trees,
and we students enjoy studying here.
I would like to stop here. Thank you very much for
listening to my presentation. I will be very happy to
answer your questions if you have any.
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Demo teaching
Unit 1 Book I
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 Task 1 (10 mins) Role play
Role play 3 conversations in Inside View
Everyday English
There you are.
No need to call me sir.
This is awesome!
by the way.
How can you tell?
And you are …?
Functional expressions
Asking about names
Can I have your family name, please?
What’s your first name?
Is Janet your real name?
And you are ...?
Making introductions
No need to call me ...
Everyone calls me ...
Please call me ...
My Chinese name is ...
It’s short for Catherine.
 Task 2 (20 mins) Group work
Step 1: retelling -- group members take turns to
explain Oxford Traditions orally
• Formal Hall and dinning
• Oxford Union
• May Day
• Summer Eights
• Exam uniform – sub fusc
• Different coloured flowers
worn for different exams
Step 2: Question -- What else do you know about
Oxford University?
(师生问答)
 Task 3 (15 mins) Individual work
Make a factual presentation for Ivy League based on
the factfile you’ve finished online.
Origin of name:
Number of institutions:
Factfile on the Ivy League
IV (meaning four) or
Sporting importance:
Number of institutions: Roman
________
university sports
teams
ivy plants growing on walls
Sporting
importance: __________
compete against
each other
Oldest
institution:
Academic
importance:
__________
Harvard, founded in 1636
Academic Social
importance:
importance: _____________
near or at the
top of the_____________
US
Location:
Largest number of
colleges andOrigin
university
undergraduates:
of name: ____________
rankings
Cornell, about 13,000
Oldest institution: ____________
Acceptance rate:
Social importance:
Largest number of undergraduates:
social elitism, mostly rich, ____________________
7% to 20%
intellectual, white
students rate: ______________
Famous alumni:
Acceptance
George Bush, John F Kennedy
Location: Famous alumni: ______________
the US (north-east)
and many others
Giving a factual presentation
Attracting people’s attention
- Could I have your attention, please?
- Hello / Good morning / afternoon / evening, everyone!
Starting a presentation
- Thank you for giving me the opportunity to tell you
about …
- I’d like to present you with some information about …
- As you know, I’ ve been asked to talk about …
Giving a factual presentation
Finishing a presentation
- There’s lots more I can say about … but that’s all
there’s time for today.
- That’s all I have to say about …
- Thank you for listening.
- If you have any questions, I’d be delighted to
answer them.
Supplementary materials
Listening & Viewing: Oxford University
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/hPM-hECKEco
Listening & Viewing: Welcome to Oxford
http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/V0jYAyc_ntc/
Reading: Oxford University
http://www.answers.com/topic/oxford-university
Listening: VOA English: Ivy League
http://www.51voa.com/VOA_Special_English/TheIvy-League41802.html
My university & my university life
 Task 4 (10 mins)
Make a factfile for NWPU. Then based on it, make a
factual presentation about NWPU (PPT required).
 Task 5 (25 mins) Group work
Directions: Read Settling Down at College around the
World (reading across cultures) before the class and get
ready to answer the questions.
1. What
What are
are the
the three
three students’
students’ problems
problems at
at the
the
beginning of their college life and what made
them
them change
change their
their mind?
mind?
2. What are your problems at the beginning of your
college life?
3. What are the possible solutions to the problems?
 Task 5 (25 mins) Group work
Step 1. Work in groups. Group leaders collect
group members’ difficulties they’ve met
at the beginning of college life.
Step 2. Group leaders work together. Write down
the difficulties on the blackboard.
Step 3. Each group tries to think out possible
solutions to one of the difficulties. Then
report to the class.
 Task 6 (10 mins) Pair discussion
Listen to an interview of a 3-year English student
and discuss
What would
my 4-year
college life
be like?
Roles that coursebooks play in ELT
 A resource for presentation material (spoken and written);
 A source of activities for learner practice and
communicative interaction;
 A reference for learner on grammar, vocabulary,
pronunciation, etc.;
 A syllabus (where they reflect learning objectives which
have already been determined);
 A resource for self-directed learning or self-access work;
 A support for less experienced teachers who have yet to
gain in confidence.
Cunningsworth, 1995:7
《新标准大学英语》教材学生评价
非常
同意
同意
不确定
不同意
68.75%
9.38%
0
非常
不同意
0
文化性
21.88%
知识性
20.31%
56.25%
18.75%
3.13%
1.56%
地道性
45.31%
39.06%
14.06%
0
1.56%
时代性
26.56%
54.69%
12.50%
6.25%
0
趣味性
25.00%
46.88%
20.31%
7.81%
0
《新标准大学英语》教材学生评价
课堂融入语言文化知识的学习, 你认为
同意
降低了语言学习难度
50.00%
提高了语言学习兴趣
74.13%
提高了语言感悟力
58.62%
拓展了文化视野,增强了文化意识
94.82%
提高了语言综合素质,提高了人文综合素养
86.20%
培养了对文化差异的敏感性,宽容性及灵活性
65.51%
明白了学习语言要重视语言使用的正确性,还应
重视得体性和可接受性
82.75%
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周爽
Email: [email protected]
www.themegallery.com
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