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How to learn a language in 6 months - konspekt zajęć

Konspekt lekcji „ How to learn any language in 6 months.” Arkusz dla nauczyciela
Materiał wideo: Ted’s talk. Chris Lonsdale. How to learn any language in 6 months.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0yGdNEWdn0
Czas trwania lekcji: 45 minut
Czas trwania materiału wideo: 18 minut
Cele: Przećwiczyć odpowiedzi na pytania oraz uzupełnianie notatek w zadaniu na słuchanie
Przećwiczyć techniki maturalne, (open-cloze task i multiple-choice task)
Metody: praca indywidualna, praca w parach
Przebieg zajęć:
1. Uczniowie zapoznają się z tekstem o stresie egzaminacyjnym. Uczniowie pracują indywidualnie nad uzupełnieniem luk w tekście odpowiednimi wyrazami. (open-cloze task)

Odpowiedzi:
1. make
2. no
3. worth
4. fact
5. ways
6. the
7. about
8. where
9. get/take
10. as/since/because
11. through
12. if
13. like
14. order
15. in
16. last

2. Uczniowie poproszeni są o odpowiedź na pytanie: How do you learn foreign languages?. Uczniowie pracują w parach, a następnie chętni uczniowie prezentują swoje odpowiedzi na forum grupy.
Odpowiedzi: Odpowiedzi ucznia

3&4 Nauczyciel prosi uczniów o zapoznanie się z dwoma zadaniami do materiału filmowego, a następnie puszcza go. Uczniowie pracują samodzielnie nad wykonaniem obydwu zadań.
Odpowiedzi:
Zadanie 3
a) Hypnopaedia- learning while sleeping using a tape recorder or any other audio equipment
b) Running a mile in less than 4 minutes, heavy things like planes, cars, people can fly
c) 43 muscles
d) ‘English Deaf’ – filters in our brain filter in familiar sounds and filter out the sounds that we are not familiar with, eg. the sound of English language.
e) Brain soaking – being soaked up in a foreign language, listening to it all the time
f) Glue words – little words like but, and, even though that tie bits of language together
g) ‘Direct connect’ – a word has a direct connection with an image in our brain
Zadanie 4
1. Talent
2. Immersion
3. Content
4. Relevant
5. A tool to communicate
6. The message
7. Unconsciously
8. Training
9. State
10. Listen
11. The meaning
12. Mixing
13. Creative
14. Core
15. Parent
16. The face

5 Uczniowie poproszeni są o powiedzenie czy któraś z zasad zaprezentowanych w materiale filmowym wydaje im się przydatna i mogliby użyć ją w przyszłości.
Odpowiedzi: Odpowiedzi ucznia

6 Zadanie domowe. Uczniowie poproszeni są o uzupełnienie tekstu o uczniu idealnym jednym z zasugerowanych wyrazów. (Multiple-choice task)
Odpowiedzi:
1. ideal
2. involved
3. manage
4. although
5. raise
6. in
7. place
8. achieve
9. experienced
10. effect
11. eager
12. suffer
13. support
14. costs
15. nevertheless
16. improves

1. Complete each gap with one suitable word. Arkusz dla ucznia

Exam stress

Does the idea of sitting an exam 1..................................... you anxious? There is 2............................. doubt that during the exam period stress level tends to rise. Exams are certainly important but they’re not 3............................. getting into a state over. In actual 4.........................., stress has a negative effect on your performance. Below are some simple 5............................. of overcoming stress. Firstly, it is important to know the date and place of each exam beforehand. This will remove 6............................... initial worry 7......................... what time the exam begins and 8............................ you have to go. Secondly, your physical state is particularly important during the exam period. Therefore, a good night’s sleep before each exam is highly advisable. In addition, it’s vital that you 9............................ plenty of exercise while studying, 10............................. sitting down all day can make it harder to get to sleep at night. Another important factor is your diet. A balanced diet is necessary; a breakfast high in protein and fibre will see you 11............................. the day. However, 12................................ you don’t feel 13.................................. eating first thing in the morning, take some fresh fruit with you and eat it before the exam. Finally, it goes without saying that in 14.......................... to do well in exams and avoid stress, revise well 15.......................... advance and don’t leave studying till the 16.............................. minute.
2. How do you learn languages? Do you have any techniques for learning vocabulary, listening and grammar?
3. Watch the talk and answer the following questions.
a) What is hypnopaedia and did it work for Chris Lonsdale:
b) What examples are given for expanding human limits?
c) How many muscles do we have in our face?
d) What does it mean to be ‘English Deaf’?
e) What is ‘brain soaking’?
f) What does Chris Lonsdale mean by ‘glue words’?
g) What is ‘direct connect’?
4 Complete the notes with appropriate words and phrases.
How to learn a foreign language in 6 months?
2 Myths about language learning:
- 1 ................................. matters a lot in acquiring a new language
- 2 ................................ in a new country is the best way to learn a language
5 Principles of learning a foreign language
- Principle 1 – Focus on language 3 ................................. that is 4 ................................. to you.
- Principle 2 – use your new language as 5 ................................. from Day 1.
- Principle 3 – When you first understand 6 ................................., you will 7 ................................. acquire the language. (Comprehension is the key)
- Principle 4 – Psychological 8 ................................. Appropriate muscle use in appropriate speaking.
- Principle 5 – Psychophysiological 9 ................................. Your good mood will be helpful in the process of learning.
7 actions for Rapid Language Acquisition
- 10 ................................. a lot
- focus on getting 11 ................................. first
- start 12................................. . Start being 13 .................................
- focus on the 14 .................................
- Get a language 15 .................................
- copy the 16 .................................
5 After the talk. Which of the techniques presented in the talk do you consider useful. Would you consider implementing any of them in your future language learning?
Homework Complete the following text with appropriate words from the brackets.

The best students

According to most professors, mature students are 1................................. (first/ideal/special/best) students because they are hard-working and become actively 2.............................. (included/related/involved/combined) in all aspect of the learning process. The majority of mature students have a poor educational background but they 3.................................. (able/succeed/manage/capable) to do exceptionally well at tertiary level. 4.................................. (Although/Despite/However/In spite of) many of them have a mortgage, a job and children to 5................................ (grow/develop/rise/raise), they are always present at seminars and lectures and always hand 6................................... (in/over/out/up) essays on time. They like studying, writing essays and they enjoy the class discussions that take 7................................ (after/over/part/place). Consequently they 8..................................... (fulfil/achieve/reach/earn) excellent results. In fact, as they have 9................................. (known/experienced/found out/recognised) many of life’s pleasures, they are content with their lives and this has a positive 10..................................... (effect/affect/conclusion/consequence) on their attitude, making them 11...................................... (eager/anxious/interested/impatient) students. On the other hand, despite their enthusiasm and commitment, mature students 12............................ (tolerate/resist/suffer/complain) from anxiety. The fact that they have made many sacrifices to get into university puts extra pressure on them to succeed. Family 13.................................. (shelter/cover/refuge/support) is of the utmost importance for most of these students. This includes the financial assistance required to pay for the 14.................................. (charges/prices/costs/fares) of a university education. 15.................................. (Likewise/Furthermore/Nevertheless/Otherwise), completing a degree gives mature students a sense of achievement, boosts their confidence and 16....................................... (creates/improves/progresses/advances) their job prospects.

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