NTPRS 2012 Personalization

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  • 1. PERSONALIZATIONIN THE TPRS CLASSROOM Scott Benedict & Carol Sutton Las Vegas, Nevada July 2012
  • 2. Always, always, we mustconsider the children,remembering that each one ofthem is more important thanany speeded-up notion ofexcellence. ! ! Susan Ohanian
  • 3. BENEFITS OFPERSONALIZATION
  • 4. BENEFITS OF PERSONALIZATIONKeeps students attention
  • 5. BENEFITS OF PERSONALIZATIONBuilds a sense of community
  • 6. BENEFITS OF PERSONALIZATIONWins over the resistant students
  • 7. KEYS TO PERSONALIZATION
  • 8. GREETINGGreet individuals as they enter.
  • 9. LEARN THEIR NAMES AS SOON AS POSSIBLEIf you remember my name,you pay me a subtlecompliment; you indicatethat I have made animpression on you.Remember my name, andyou add to my feeling ofimportance. Dale Carnegie
  • 10. TEACH TO THE EYESThe key to connectingto their hearts &mindsThe gauge of theircomprehension andengagement levels
  • 11. INCLUDE ALL STUDENTS Dont let the strong personalities always steal the show Make every individual feel special
  • 12. FOCUS ON THE STUDENTS Take genuine interest in getting to know them.
  • 13. PERSONALIZE FOR THEIRACADEMIC & SOCIAL NEEDS
  • 14. PERSONALIZE FOR THEIRACADEMIC & SOCIAL NEEDSWho loves /hates the spotlight?
  • 15. PERSONALIZE FOR THEIRACADEMIC & SOCIAL NEEDSWhose image could use a boost?
  • 16. PERSONALIZE FOR THEIRACADEMIC & SOCIAL NEEDS Who are your barometers?
  • 17. PERSONALIZE FOR THEIRACADEMIC & SOCIAL NEEDS Who needs the challengingquestions to keep them engaged?
  • 18. CASUAL CONVERSATIONJust talk to them, and the high frequency expressions will surface naturally.
  • 19. CASUAL CONVERSATIONYou have the curriculum in the back of your mind. Ask the questions that bring out your curriculum.
  • 20. COMPARE & CONTRASTwith each other with ctional characters with celebrities
  • 21. STEP IT UP FOR UPPER LEVELS
  • 22. STEP IT UP FOR UPPER LEVELS Work in advanced structures and vocabulary
  • 23. STEP IT UP FOR UPPER LEVELS Ask more complex questions
  • 24. STEP IT UP FOR UPPER LEVELSExpect more detailed interaction
  • 25. STEP IT UP FOR UPPER LEVELS Hold your upper levels and superstars accountable for ability and accuracy
  • 26. STEP IT UP FOR UPPER LEVELS Include speculation about what might happen
  • 27. CLASSROOM PERSONA
  • 28. CLASSROOM PERSONA Use real facts about the students as a base.
  • 29. CLASSROOM PERSONAEmbellish the facts with humor.
  • 30. CLASSROOM PERSONA Always cast the studentsin the most positive light.
  • 31. CLASSROOM PERSONA Create a personafor all students over time.
  • 32. CLASSROOM PERSONA Increase the complexity over the year.
  • 33. GERMAN DEMOPERSONALIZATION IN ACTION POWERFUL PQA ANY LEVEL, EVEN BEGINNERS ON THE FIRST DAY
  • 34. GERMAN DEMOPERSONALIZATION IN ACTION LEVEL 1 What they like to do
  • 35. GERMAN DEMOPERSONALIZATION IN ACTION LEVEL 2 What they are afraid of
  • 36. GERMAN DEMOPERSONALIZATION IN ACTION LEVEL 3What makes them unique
  • 37. GERMAN DEMOPERSONALIZATION IN ACTION LEVEL 4 What they would doif they had a million dollars
  • 38. PRACTICE ONE What did you doover the weekend?
  • 39. PRACTICE ONEWhat dont you know after they answer the basic question? Who? What? Where? Why? How?
  • 40. PRACTICE TWO1. Pick a structure that you have to teach next year.2. Write three personalized questions.
  • 41. TAKE JOY IN DISCOVERING WHAT MAKES EACH OF YOUR STUDENTS SPECIAL