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“Creating Learning Activities in the Three Modes”
CCFLT 2012
CCFLT 2012
Toni Theisen: Loveland High School-Loveland, Colorado
[email protected]
Session wikispace with all the resources and examples:
http://ccflt2012.wikispaces.com
The French Revolution
Colorado World Languages Standards
Colorado World Languages Standards
Communication:3 modes
• Interpersonal Mode: Learners engage in
conversation, provide and obtain information,
express feeling and emotion, and exchange
opinions.
• Interpretive Mode: Learners understand and
interpret written and spoken language on a
variety of topics.
• Presentational Mode: Learners present
information, concepts and ideas to an audience of
listeners or readers on a variety or topics.
Interpersonal Mode
Interpretive Mode
Presentational Mode
What is the mode of communication?
What is the mode of communication?
Interpersonal mode
• Two-way, spontaneous exchanges that
involve negotiation of meaning
• Unrehearsed
Sample Interpersonal Tasks
1. conversation about a visual, movie, an issue an idea etc.
2. ask for /give directions
3. talk with with others about family, friends, school,
books, movies, video games, etc.
4. discuss news events of the day
5. debate an issue
6. make plans with a friend, family member, etc.
7. negotiate who does what chore, activity, who is on
which team, etc.
8. telephone calls
9. text messaging or e-mail with a friend or family
member to ask questions or give information
10. respond to a letter or note
Startalk:Online CurriculumcDevelopment Guide: http://startalk.umd.edu/
Interpretive mode
• One-way
• Comprehension of words, concepts, ideas,
meaning of an entire piece
• Exposed to lots of culturally authentic
materials such as text, films, works of art,
songs, poems, music videos, advertisements,
etc.
Sample Interpretive Tasks
1. listen to audio or video source and react
2. listen to directions and follow a route on a map
3. check-off items on a list when watching a video
or listening to a podcast, etc.
4. draw what is described
5. create questions from a brochure, reading, etc.
6. brainstorm or guess meaning from a song,
video or other source
7. paraphrase or summarize a new article in
native language
9. listen to a song and fill in words
10.take a poll after listening to a passage
Startalk:Online CurriculumcDevelopment Guide: http://startalk.umd.edu/
Presentational mode
• Rehearsed, revised, consulted sources, and
prepared ahead of time
Sample Presentational Tasks
1. create a brochure, itinerary, book, agenda,
schedule etc.
2. design a survey, poll, report results
3. create a Wikispace, Facebook page, website
4. write a story, book or digital story
5. create video, podcasts
6. presentations, PowerPoints, movies, etc.
7. make a skit or role-play
8. design a 3D model or digital sketch
9. create public service announcement,
commercial, TV game shows, board games, etc.
10. write songs, plays, design games
Startalk:Online CurriculumcDevelopment Guide: http://startalk.umd.edu/
Learner Targets-”I can statements”
“I can” learner logs
Rubrics that align with standards
Your ideas?
Performance Assessments
http://www.toondoo.com
What is an Integrated Performance Assessment? (IPA)
• The IPA begins when learners are asked to acquire
information through an Interpretive mode task.
• Then, learners react to that information by interacting
with others through the Interpersonal mode.
• Finally, learners create a product in the
Presentational mode that incorporates information
acquired through the other two modes.
ACTFL Integrated Performance Assessment
1. Interpretive Communication Phase
Students listen to and / or read an authentic
text and answer information as well as
interpretive questions to assess comprehension.
The teacher provides students with feedback on
performance.
3. Presentational
Communicative
Phase
Students engage in the presentational mode
by sharing their research/ideas/opinions.
Samples presentational formats: speeches,
drama, skits, radio broadcasts, posters,
brochures, podcasts, websites, etc.
2. Interpersonal
Communication Phase
After receiving feedback students
engage in communication about a
particular topic which relates to the
interpretive text. This phase is audioor videotaped.
La Liberté: Animoto video
Voxopop Talk Discussion Group
http://www.voxopop.com/
Mi papeterie-school supplies site:
http://www.ma-papeterie.com/
Problèmes sur la planète: French IV-Prezi
Design an IPA
ACTFL Integrated Performance Assessment
1. Interpretive Communication Phase
Students listen to and / or read an authentic
text and answer information as well as
interpretive questions to assess comprehension.
The teacher provides students with feedback on
performance.
3. Presentational
Communicative
Phase
Students engage in the presentational mode
by sharing their research/ideas/opinions.
Samples presentational formats: speeches,
drama, skits, radio broadcasts, posters,
brochures, podcasts, websites, etc.
2. Interpersonal
Communication Phase
After receiving feedback students
engage in communication about a
particular topic which relates to the
interpretive text. This phase is audioor videotaped.
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