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STUDENT CENTERED    APPROACH        By Fabiola Cabello R.                           R
BELIEFS ABOUT      LEARNING     Students learn in    different ways
BELIEFS ABOUT   LEARNINGLearningis an activedynamic process
BELIEFS ABOUT      LEARNING     Students respond    well when they are    involved
BELIEFS ABOUT     LEARNINGSs learn withguidance, notprescriptions
BELIEFS ABOUT       LEARNING     Knowledge is    internal;Ss build it
By the end of thisworkshop we willall be able toprovide the answersto the questionspreviously raised
WORK IN PAIRS: Watch the demo classes and take notes of the characteristics of each one.Discuss the insights with your p...
COMPARE THIS PICTURE TO THE    TWO CLASSES YOU HAVE JUST WATCHED 
DISCUSS IN PAIRS:In your class… Who   produces more?   You, as a teacher or….   your students?
OLD TRADITIONALAPPROACH:    Most class time is spent with the    teacher lecturing and the students    watching and liste...
 Students   work individually on  assignments, and cooperation is  discouraged. Activities have no meaningful purpose.
WE CAN GET THIS RESULT: Or… maybe this one!
 Student-centered           methods shift the focus of activities from the teacher to the learners.   KEY WORDS:         ...
MAIN CHARACTERISTICSOF A STUDENT CENTERED         CLASSSs are active doers: Ss own 80% of the lesson Teachers are organi...
 A Checklistwe should meet inorder to achieve a       SCL: When thinking about activities   and tasks to  include in our ...
 A Checklist for    meeting a SCL: The activity    or task must contain…                       Prediction               ...
WE CAN achieve this checklistthrough different kinds of activities:            GAMES/SONGS WITH             LEARNING VALUE...
KEEP IN MIND … ”All of the tasks andactivities that teachersprepare must facilitate     a positive and   effective learnin...
“    PRESENT A SC ACTIVITY:     Using a page of your book demonstrate a SC      activity.       Take into consideration ...
NOW WE ARE STUDENTS
TCL vs. SCL                   S3      S1              S2
ANALYSIS AND REFLECTION:   Work with your partner and make a list    of conclusions based on the answer to the    questio...
Benefits of SCLStudents    can work in small groups, at school / home    have access to more materials    are directly ...
A good teacher isone who makeshimselfprogressivelyunnecessary.~Thomas Carruthers
REFERENCES:   http://ehlt.fliners.edu.au/education/DLiT/2002/environ    s/scott/stucteac.htm   http://shambles.net/pages...
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  1. 1. STUDENT CENTERED APPROACH By Fabiola Cabello R. R
  2. 2. BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNING Students learn in different ways
  3. 3. BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNINGLearningis an activedynamic process
  4. 4. BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNING Students respond well when they are involved
  5. 5. BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNINGSs learn withguidance, notprescriptions
  6. 6. BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNING Knowledge is internal;Ss build it
  7. 7. By the end of thisworkshop we willall be able toprovide the answersto the questionspreviously raised
  8. 8. WORK IN PAIRS: Watch the demo classes and take notes of the characteristics of each one.Discuss the insights with your peers
  9. 9. COMPARE THIS PICTURE TO THE TWO CLASSES YOU HAVE JUST WATCHED 
  10. 10. DISCUSS IN PAIRS:In your class… Who produces more?  You, as a teacher or….  your students?
  11. 11. OLD TRADITIONALAPPROACH: Most class time is spent with the teacher lecturing and the students watching and listening.
  12. 12.  Students work individually on assignments, and cooperation is discouraged. Activities have no meaningful purpose.
  13. 13. WE CAN GET THIS RESULT: Or… maybe this one!
  14. 14.  Student-centered methods shift the focus of activities from the teacher to the learners. KEY WORDS: Active learning create brainstormsolve problems explain discusS debate answer questions formulate questions of their own
  15. 15. MAIN CHARACTERISTICSOF A STUDENT CENTERED CLASSSs are active doers: Ss own 80% of the lesson Teachers are organizers: Little time on TTT (20% of the lesson)
  16. 16.  A Checklistwe should meet inorder to achieve a SCL: When thinking about activities and tasks to include in our LPs…
  17. 17.  A Checklist for meeting a SCL: The activity or task must contain…  Prediction Self-discovery Lesson involvement Knowledge application Varied Ss’ interaction patterns
  18. 18. WE CAN achieve this checklistthrough different kinds of activities: GAMES/SONGS WITH LEARNING VALUE TASKS ACTIVITIES WITH VARIED INTERACTION PATTERNS
  19. 19. KEEP IN MIND … ”All of the tasks andactivities that teachersprepare must facilitate a positive and effective learning environment.” environment.
  20. 20. “ PRESENT A SC ACTIVITY:  Using a page of your book demonstrate a SC activity.  Take into consideration the checklist and characteristics mentioned:  Prediction  Self-discovery  Lesson involvement  Knowledge application  Varied Ss’ interaction patterns
  21. 21. NOW WE ARE STUDENTS
  22. 22. TCL vs. SCL S3 S1 S2
  23. 23. ANALYSIS AND REFLECTION: Work with your partner and make a list of conclusions based on the answer to the questions disccussed at the beginning:  How can we find out the different ways our students learn?  How can we get our students engage in learning?  How can we involve SS?  How can SS be encouraged to try things out and discover?  What’s the teacher’s role?
  24. 24. Benefits of SCLStudents  can work in small groups, at school / home  have access to more materials  are directly involved in what they study  take ownership of their learning  are more motivated and committedTeachers  act as facilitators / guides  help ss to work out learning strategies  develop ss’ research ability
  25. 25. A good teacher isone who makeshimselfprogressivelyunnecessary.~Thomas Carruthers
  26. 26. REFERENCES: http://ehlt.fliners.edu.au/education/DLiT/2002/environ s/scott/stucteac.htm http://shambles.net/pages/staff/EAL_ESL/ http://www.2vobs.at/methods/communicative _language_teaching

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