Matching Sentences with Pictures - Reading - Drag and DropUploaded by Serkan Çelik, Bilkent University (Turkey)
This clip is taken at the beginning of the class and shows the teacher introducing the topic of the lesson, which is the simple present tense with a particular focus on daily school life. The lesson is entirely in English. The teacher is using the drag and drop feature of the IWB to involve learners into the language context. Learners are expected to match the sentences with the provided pictures.
Target language: Turkish
Resource language: Turkish
Native language of learners: Various
Age range: 17+
Language level: A1 - beginner
Educational context: Higher Education
IWB Features: Drag & drop
Teaching methods: Individual activity at IWB
Language area: Reading
IWB board used: Promethean
I chose this clip to show the role the IWB plays in involving the learners into the foreign language they are learning.
AkÄ±llÄ± tahtayla yapÄ±lan en güzel ÅŸey oyun faktörü, bunu öÄŸrencileri daha çok içerisine dahil edilerek sadece bir soru sorulduÄŸunda direk cevabi söylenerek geçilmesi deÄŸil kendinin deneyim etmesiyle kiÅŸisel deneyim kazandÄ±rÄ±lÄ±yor. KiÅŸiselleÅŸtirilmiÅŸ eÄŸitimde öÄŸrenci üzerindeki öÄŸrenme zamanÄ± acÄ±sÄ±ndan çok büyük bir fark yaratacaktÄ±r ve daha basit bir ders sonrasÄ± çalÄ±ÅŸma ile kendi basarisini daha ust bir seviyeye çekebilecektir.
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