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    p ce up your dialogues!

    Adapting communicative activities

    Stephanie Kasten and Nikki Rowley

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    Dialogues are important because they

    model real-life situationsteach new grammar and vocaballow students to use what they've

    learnedgive shy students a chance to stepoutside boundariesand provide fun informal language

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    ene s o

    dialogues$rovide speaking and listening practice%emphasi&ing how the listener reacts(reate a memorable learning e)perienceAre adaptable to multiple levels*ncrease motivation and self-esteem

    +ove from word to phrase to longerunits

    ,elp students use language in conte)t

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    "efore the dialogue!!! Ask questions about the picture

    ,ow many people are there

    .ho are they.here are they

    .hat are they doing.hat are they talking about

    ,ow do they feel

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    +ost importantly/+ake sure the dialogue has an

    ob0ective/

    a purpose!

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    .hat did he say

    utterances and usefule)pressions in dialogues

    Nothingmuch .

    Seriously?No way.

    Get out

    of here!1h umhmmeww

    Are youkidding?

    Woah!Cool. What for?

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    *nformal conversations in 2nglish areoften chockful of utterances and useful

    e)pressions whose meanings cannot be found in the dictionary!

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    $ragmatics is the the study of the aspects ofmeaning and language use that are

    dependent on the speaker3s intentionand the addressee3s interpretation of

    the utterance in the conte)t of theconversation!

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    4se voice intonationfacial e)pressions

    body languageand repetition

    to e)plain e)pressions and utterancesso students really understand the

    dialogues they are reading andspeaking!

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    $lanning phase5- Determine your ob0ective!

    6- Select or create an appropriate te)t that is theright level of di7culty and that will ful#ll yourob0ective!

    8- Decide the speci#cs of the activity and includethem in your lesson plan!

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    .arm up9 Reading and listening tothe dialogue

    Review new vocabulary

    Fill in the blanksSuggest synonyms *dentify speakers' emotions andpersonalities

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    Speaking the dialogueTeam speaking(heckpronunciation

    Act with emotion

    :ry new roles

    Bring propsMemorize andperform

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    .hat else can * do withdialogues

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    ;et creativeuestions for the character

    =1ne student answers as the interviewee

    .rite an alternative ending=(ut o? the dialogue at a critical point

    =Students write@brainstorm alternative solutions

    .hat happens next=Students brainstorm and write a se>uel

    =Draw a cartoon B:he ne)t day!!!C@B ive minutes later!!!C

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    Activity 2)amples

    .ho are these lovely people andwhat on 2arth are they doing

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    Activities for this unitEs grammar

    focus learning goals and vocabulary

    (lo&e activity %#ll in theblank

    :eam speaking

    Role play cards.hat happens ne)t

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    (lo&e Activity

    Students identify vocabularywords and prepositions of placefrom the unit by listening to thedialogue and #lling in the blankswith the correct word! :heactivity sheet can be modi#ed tofocus on the grammar and

    vocabulary you wish to teach! Andy9 So where would you like to go today "rian

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    Andy9 So where would you like to go today rian

    "rian9 *'m not sure! (an * look at the map Fenetian $ool!!! is that 0ust a %5 GGGGGGGGGG

    Andy 9 Not really! :here are also waterfalls and %6 GGGGGGGGGG there!

    "rian9 Het's go there< .here is it

    Andy9 *t's in (oral ;ables %8 GGGGGGGGGG (oral .ay and IJ th Street!

    Hi&a9 And there's also the Sea>uarium!

    Andy9 1h yeah! ou can see sharks there!"rian9 Awesome< (an we go there today

    Andy9 Sure! ou can see dolphins there too! And then we can go tothe $lanetarium!

    "rian9 ;reat< And what about (oconut ;rove .hat's thatAndy9 *t's Hi&a's favorite place! *t's %I GGGGGGGGGG GGGGGGGGGG (ora

    ;ables!

    Hi&a9 *t's a shopping place! :here are really great restaurants theretoo!

    "rian9 4mm * think *'ll ski (oconut ;rove! * hate %L !

    Andy9 So where would you like to go today "rian

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    Andy9 So where would you like to go today rian

    "rian9 *'m not sure! (an * look at the map Fenetian $ool!!! is that 0ust a%5 pool

    Andy 9 Not really! :here are also waterfalls and %6 restaurants there!

    "rian9 Het's go there< .here is it

    Andy9 *t's in (oral ;ables %8 between (oral .ay and IJ th Street!

    Hi&a9 And there's also the Sea>uarium!

    Andy9 1h yeah! ou can see sharks there!"rian9 Awesome< (an we go there today

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    Andy9 Sure! ou can see dolphins there too! And then we can go to the$lanetarium!

    "rian9 ;reat< And what about (oconut ;rove .hat's that

    Andy9 *t's Hi&a's favorite place! *t's %I across from (oral ;ables!

    Hi&a9 *t's a shopping place! :here are really great restaurants there too!

    "rian9 4mm * think *'ll skip (oconut ;rove! * hate%L malls !

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    :eam Speaking

    Students practicepronunciation by repeatingafter the teacher as a class oras parts of the class %e!g!

    divide the class in sectionsand assign dialogue parts toeach section !

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    Role $lay (ards

    Students practice asking and answering>uestions via role play!

    Role play ideas9-Hocal person and tourist- Mournalist and interviewee

    -$olice detective and witness!

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    Role $lay 2)ample$erson A9 ou are visiting (uencafrom (anada and are lost! ou aretrying to #nd $ar>ue (alderon! ou

    see a nice-looking person drinkingco?ee at an outdoor caf !

    $erson "9 ou are a (uenca residentdrinking a co?ee at an outdoor cafsomewhere in (uenca! A lost touriststops to ask you some >uestions!

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    .hat happens ne)tStudents orally describe whathappens after the dialogue is #nishedusing a comic strip presentation!

    $rovide a rubric for the strip fore)ample9at least I prepositionsat least I vocabulary words from unitone use of Bthere isC and one use ofBthere areCbe creative