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Peace Corps

English TEFL Methodology for teachers Seoul

DOCUMENT RESUME FL 007 139

ED 116 452 AUTHOR TITLE INSTITUTION PUB DATE NOTE

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Holt, Daniel D. ; And Others

Methodology for Teachers. Teacher's Manual. Peace Corps, Seoul (South Korea) . Jul 75 70p.; For related document, see FL 007 140; In Korean Top Press, K.P.O. Box 176, Seoul, Republic of Korea (HC $0.60)

MF-$0.76 HC-$3.32 Plus Postage *English (Second Language); *Inservice Teacher Education; Instructional Materials; Korean; *Language Instruction; Language Programs; Manuals; Second Language Learning; *Teaching Guides; *Teaching Methods; Textbooks; Volunteers

ABSTRACT

The Teacher's Manual of "Methodology for Teachers" was written for two purposes: (1) to provide Korean English teachers with a simple, yet complete guide to methodology 'appropriate for teaching English in Korea; and (2) to serve as a methodology text for those Korean English teachers who study methodology it inservice training proglrams with Peace Corps/Korea TESOL volunteers. The Teacher's Manual, written in Korean, is used with the Volunteer's Manual, which is written in English for these inservice training programs. The Teacher's Manual is divided into nine Units: Introduction, Pattern Practice, Utterance/Response, Dialogue, Reading, Visuals, Sounds, Testing, and Writing and Homework. The Introduction contains a set of exercises that communicate to the teachers the objectives of the inservice training program and how they will study methodology during the program. The other Units contain one "Process" each, i.e., one approach for teaching a pattern practice, utterance/response, dialogue, etc. Each Unit also contains a "Rationale" and a "Notes" section. The Rationaleintroduces the Unit and the Notes section gives more detailed information about the Process in the Unit. (Author)

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FOREWORD

Once upon a time there was a not-so-wise king. He was basically a kind man, however, with the best of intentions and his people were fat enough and content. One day he got an urgent message fromhis cousin, who was king in a not-so-fat land, insisting that his people were starving and begging for help. The king, who was very agriculturallyminded, immediately collected some 10 bushels of corn seeds and sent them to his cousin with a note explaining the method for planting and harvesting them. However, only a few months went by before the king received another desperate plea for help from the same cousin. Puzzled that all the crops should have failed so soon, the king sent 15 more bushels to help his needy cousin. Six more months passed, and again the same kind of pitiful note came into his hands. The king then assumed that the earth in his cousin's land was not fertile enough to nourish the tender sprouts of corn. So this time, instead of corn, he sent 30 bushels of manure, along with the proper instructions. It seemed like only a few days until an angry messagecame to the not-so-wise king, which claimed that the people had been insulted, abused and humiliated and were from that moment on canceling all relations with his country. The king was-extremely perplexed and at once sent a faithful servant to find out the cause of such-ingratitude. The servant came back within a week and'explained to the king that his cousin, who could not read in the king's language, had been giving the bushels to the people not to "plant" but to "eat." The moral of this fable is that it is one thing to give "seeds" to someone, but it is another thing to seethat they get "planted."

The original Methodology for Teachers (December 1974) was an attempt to help Peace Corps volunteers more effectively transfer their teaching skills to their Korean counterparts.

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FOREWORD

Its introduction stated:

"Methodology for Teachers offers a series of craftily deTrised activities through which the teacher progressively takes control of his own learning situation, armed with the truest techniques of modern TESOL. Meanwhile the volunteer modestly steps to the rear, having subtly performed the service of subversive, trickster, guru, and master showman. And, Cod willing, perhaps some of the practice gleaned therein will wear in the middle and high school classroom as well." This revision of Methodology for Teachers holds that same ideal but with a number of changes. Based on suggestions made by PCV's after using the original Methodology for Teachers (MFT), the following changes have been made: 1. There are now two MFT texts - the Teacher's Manual and and the Volunteer's Manual. The Teacher's Manual, written in Korean, is,a guide to methodology for Middle School English It II, and III. The Volunteer's Manual, written in Englisi, is a guide for volunteers in teaching the Teacher's Manual to Koread English teachers. The Teacher's Manual has everything that the Volunteer's Manual has, except the Suggested Activities. 2: The Suggested Activities have been detailed to where they can now be regarded as a "lesson plan" for the PCV, thereby reducing his preparation time. 3. Efforts have been made to clarify what the teachers and students are doing in the steps of the Processes, and what the PCV's and teachers are doing in the Suggested Activities. For example, words like "reconstruct" and "understand" have been replaced with more behavioral terms like "repeat" and "point."

This revision also includes the suggested time (based on the authors' experiences) to be spent on each step of the Processes. These times appear in parentheses by each step. The average time to be spent on a particular lesson appears in Note #9 in Unit II.

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FOREWORD

4. While the original MFT suggested general methodology for language teaching, this edition suggests methodology specific to Middle School English I, II and III. 5. To insure the validity of this methodology, it was tested in middle school classroom before the book was written. 6. To help the PCV explain to teachers the rationale for teaching them methodology, the Introduction (Unit I) with Suggested Activities has been included. 7. Considering the difficulty of finding and training a "session leader" (introduced in the original NFT), the Suggested Activities have been written so that a session leader is unnecessary. However, the idea is still in tact that the PCV whenever possible uses a Korean English teacher to help him teach the methodology in this text. For example, see how the session leader is used in Unit VIII (Process #8).

This revision has also taken into account Korean teachers' major concerns with teaching: 1. Teachers are under pressure to prepare students for examinations. This revised NFT has therefore included in the "Notes" sections of each Unit, how the suggested. Processes will help prepare students for exams. 2. Teachers are busy and concerned with finishing the book. Based on the authors' experiences in using the Processes in this revision, a careful time schedule (Note #9, Unit has been worked out to show that use of the Processes will allow the teacher plenty of time to complete the text. 3. As teachers never seem to have enough time to lesson plan, prepare materials, visuals, etc., the Processes have been designed as a lesson plan that can be plugged into the appropriate section of Middle SchoolEnglish. Visuals and materials have been limited to those the teacher can find in his classroom.

FOREWORD

4. The teachers usually prefer to teach the sections of the lesson in the order they appear in the textbdok Therefore the Processes are designed to be used in that order. There is, however, no Process for the "Highlight" section. This will show the teachers that the beginning of the lesson is the pattern practice section, not the Highlight.

5. The teachers' lack of English fluency asnOn-native speakers and their propensity to translate and explain grammar resulted in Processes which made the best use of the teachers' ability to speak Korean and explain grammar.

6. Many teachers are hesitant to try techniques which require much creativity and innovation. The Processes, therefore, while still allowing for and encouraging innovation, represent the basics of language teaching. 7. Teachers' concerns (and students' problems) with reading has led to the inclusion of reading practice in almost every Process.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This book was written with the help of many people. Peace Corps volunteers, in their requests and suggestions for appropriate materials for coteaching.and workshops, influenced the basic deign of NTT. Korean English teachers who studied the )riginal MFT in workshops made useful recommendations for improving it. We would also like to thank Bill Thompson and Paul Hoff for the artwork and cover design. The hard work of translating the VolunteA's Manual into Korean for the Teacher's Manual was done by Ms. Kang, Il Son. Finally, a special word of gratitude must be given to Ms. Kim, Joung Sook for her typing of the manuscripts.

Daniel D. Holt Song, Young Ok

Dennis Dunham

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23

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UNIT II

PAnERN PRACTICE NOTES (continued) 9.

(continued) cl

71 Al

x41).1

e.

ti61

Process rl

4.114ir

117A1ti-

1.41"e

(21)-94

18

x6.5

Al

{(!)

117 II

51-1 64,4 SI

Ire

11.2

x 5

Ai

etFid

160A1

61+01 tr 160 si,160

Ali_ Al

('1

117 Al 43

Process ir

AI ?If: Al IS

till (Unit VIII) ,

A.x....71, km (Unit (+8i 4A1

3--7.111-'e Al tk)

no,

14.5-

71 el- 411

zit- R fr

°Ft 42, esihi'e, 32 fi

x 4

Ai t}

128 Al

128 Al 11 117 11

Al t} (-1,°11 lilt Al.) d Al (ti VII 4-al 74 41°1 ti-

14

24

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UNIT III

UTTERANCE/RESPONSE

RATIONALE Pattern practice 611 t 4r

U/R

4

Ai C. 41

hi ***el 1-3.

M111

61 o

41

t iii

4

t

-1-11

t 21

41-11

61

f_111-fr e *INN

M-r1-

p 44 (spoken language)

11

, "A"

"B"

e

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fre Ati

U/R.. t Y-

:lei

SI

A-1

if

11-

mit 51 6i

t

7'

2.2. qtai-

qi 91'

U/R

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rl 114

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'ilk

*4 ei

t

611

Oil Al

tr

21 111-611

51

f-. 41-

s i(response) 44

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fr

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tt. 21)

ef-71,

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61

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ei

tFcF.

4'.

(dialogue) 71- itti

U/R b. t

Al

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Tr'

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thi- 4. 14

Ai 11 24 a. ZI*

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t.2.1 . iNfr°1 61 el et'

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yd i14 Lesson 1

21=1-.

Utterance/Response

A: What are you going to give her? B: I'm going to give her a book.

Dialogue

A: What are you going to give her? B: I bought a book for her yesterday. - is -

25

UNIT III UTTERANCE /RESPONSE

Process #2 Summary

.111 a 6114 J .2

1.

2,

Stick figure

:lei

It

F.

Al I IF le 4- tk 'F fr

3. .21.}'F

ELF. 4.

U/R

&

6.

tills cf. U/R

7.

:= IF

5

8, 2 Al. 1.

eq.

111-

if

u/R

s t 7}A

2. 4

2-5if

eq.

U/R

utterance

tfq. 744

I *HI tf igr a. a

response lir

Process #2 tikti di

II,

Lesson'3,Utterance/Response

A: What kind of food do you like? B: I like ice cream. A: What kind of books do you like? B: I like short stories. A: What kind of sports do you like? B: I like tennis. A: What kind of songs do you like? B: I like happy songs.

16-

26

UNIT III UTTERANCE/RESPONSE

Process #2 (continued) 1.

a.

4.41Ai It* 61414 tr *141*Z Al Al eq. Oct

*in 417 V

all It

3.

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(10*)

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tri'

b :re 4 Ai 4.2 (+ : tr 2.

2 Al- C.

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frr-f.

fifin4 it- 31 II trl..

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61 Id 4 C.Bi. **I 1 IS Ai,

"I like ice cream."

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a. 2.11-71. A,

fro' B

b. IHSFIrcti A, 2471. 1.1-* oi c. d.

B

Er-F 71.

740 771gi What kind of food do you like? I like ice cream.

What kind of food do you like? I like ice cream.

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27

UNIT III UTTERANCE /RESPONSE (continued)

Process 6.

qui Al U/R

7.

g471.

711

iimisti Ai

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w1-11

4-P

44

ail & 31

Al

B Ai Of' bi A aftSt V4') Ve is U/R & Fay 4 614 al- Al OF ai teF tl-

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1A- 2 -5q.

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14-

ecl-. (31)

it.

r.

A:". 71 elt response

a.

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like like like like

Nit rii

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1.

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tj-Vi

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utterance of

c.

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(4-5f)

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NOTES

1.

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31 014.

31. AM 4!...

111,4

21 VI A-4

t:7 qAti!N 11414 Ai 41-0

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11.q.

4 U/R °-1 T 4tiJ I.

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U/R

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Ai alternative

el- 01

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utterance Lf. respons( 11}5. vj o alternative -°-1

;3: Good.

A: Who made you do that? B: Mr. Kim did./ No one did.

tl 4

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2 AI- c ti-Vr 04

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11- el. Pi 1-1.

61 et tl-q. 2 ej ql

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f.alternativ(

1 JE

a Af11- 01

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71- -utterance

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2.

alternative

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t 3 I *l q. - 19

29

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NOTES (continued) 5.

ProceSs#2

cf4

Al

4 #1 gcti

e .14-21 no r& 64

fr 01 01- Al id oil Ai Of 1/1"

oil lit 61 tl.

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b. They

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RATIONALE

urn

dialogue t-

,

it

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v.

9.1 61 Ai

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II

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civ

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ca-

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Process #3 Summary

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ccief.

6i

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ge+14tt

3. clIIP-114. 611 =d MAI tiZilii*

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(visual cues)

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eq.

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Process #3 II

Lesson 7, Dialogue

A: B: A: B: A: B:

Have you seen Yunhi? Yes, she went to the stare. Why did she go there? I think that she went to buy apples. She went for apples yesterday. I guess that she likes apples.

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32

UNIT IV DIALOGUE Process #3 (continued) 1.

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(1 2.

tig

b .3g

it-)

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t

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cf. 4 1°1

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1 11"8 #1111 ti-Acnr b. 2 Ai. 7F

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B:

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34

UNIT IV DIALOGUE Process #3 (continued)

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b.

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1 if

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t,r-ir

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fr 61 VI-

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to

ti 1

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t

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tk

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37

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II,

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