- Dates: Saturday, 24th November 2018
- Speakers: Stephen Ryan, Oliver Bayley,
- Times: 10:00-14:30 (KST)
- Locations: COEX, Seoul
옥스포드 대학출판부에서 11월 24일(토) Oxford Day 2018에 초등 영어 선생님들과 관계자들을 초청합니다.
Oxford Day는 역사와 전통의 옥스포드 대학의 옥스포드 대학출판부에서 주관하는 행사입니다.
‘Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching’의 저자이며, 와세다 대학 교수인 Stephen Ryan을 비롯해 아시아 각국의 영어 교육 전문가를 초청하여, 다양한 주제의 강연을 통해 영어 교육에 관한 유용하고도 새로운 관점을 제시하고, 창의적인 티칭 노하우를 공개합니다.
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|Time||Session & Presentation Title|
|10:00-10:15||Welcoming Address: Kelly Ye (OUP Korea Area Manager)|
|10:15-11:15||Feeding Back and ... Forward: The Long Term Benefits of Effective Feedback
Presenter: Stephen Ryan
|11:30-12:30||The Other 57%: How to Make Students Successful Independent Readers
Presenter: Oliver Bayley
|13:10-14:10||Thinking for Themselves: How to Turn Video Viewing into Language Learning
Presenter: Mark Richard
|14:10-14:30||Closing Address and Lucky Draw|
Feeding Back and ... Forward: The Long Term Benefits of Effective Feedback
(Stephen Ryan / Professor, Waseda University and award-winning author Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching)
Teaching a foreign language to young learners requires a very special set of skills. When teaching children, language teachers are doing more than teaching a language; they are nurturing learning skills for life. In this talk, firstly, I would like to discuss the importance of an awareness of key concepts from psychology and how these can help teachers. In the second part of the talk, I will consider some of the practical ways in which teachers can apply this theoretical knowledge in their classrooms. In particular, I intend to focus on the indirect messages teachers send to learners through their in-class feedback and how teachers can adapt this to encourage positive, independent approaches to learning.
The Other 57%: How to Make Students Successful Independent Readers
(Oliver Bayley / Senior Educational Services Manager, Oxford University Press)
How much time do your students spend with you?
Coming to English class three days a week seems to be normal in Korea. Although this varies, the fact is that the majority of their time is not spent with you. Therefore, educators need to understand that even if they teach brilliantly for their 3~6 hours a week, the modern teacher cannot simply concentrate on how well to teach inside the classroom. We must also help students to study independently outside.
As teachers our ultimate goal should be to prepare learners for life without us!
This session will help teachers to broaden their role and increase their impact on their students’ learning outside the classroom. A variety of practical techniques and strategies will be demonstrated that nurture independent readers and reading. We will also discuss the broader topic and associated approaches for achieving student autonomy.
Thinking for Themselves: How to Turn Video Viewing into Language Learning
(Mark Richard / Educational Services Manager, Oxford University Press)
Research suggests that simply showing videos to students is of little educational value. If this is the case, then how should teachers use video to teach English?
This session will provide answers to this question! It will propose ‘The Multimedia Learning Continuum’ as a framework to help teachers integrate video effectively into their lessons. This will include practical demonstrations of video-based activities teachers can apply in class.
A key concept for this session is that teachers use video not only to teach English, but also to develop students’ abilities to think for themselves and interact with multimedia content. With this in mind, we’ll discuss the link between video viewing inside and outside the classroom, and consider how teachers can positively impact how individual students use videos to independently enhance their learning of English.
Stephen Ryan (Professor, Waseda University and award-winning author Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching)
Stephen Ryan has been involved in language education for over 25 years and for most of that time he has been based in Japan. He is currently a professor in the School of Culture, Media and Society at Waseda University in Tokyo, where he teaches courses in The psychology of the language learner, English education in Japan, and Second language acquisition. His research and publications cover various aspects of psychology in language learning, including the award-winning OUP book Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching, co-authored with Marion Williams and Sarah Mercer.
Oliver Bayley (Senior Educational Services Manager, Oxford University Press)
A graduate of the University of Birmingham (England), Oliver has taught a wide variety of students including kindergarten, primary, secondary and adults. In his more than 20 years of experience in Asia he has presented and managed workshops for groups of teachers large and small at national conferences and schools in Japan, Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and China. He has a keen interest in the effective use of collaborative educational technology in the EFL classroom.
Mark Richard (Educational Services Manager, Oxford University Press)
Mark Richard is a Taiwan-based trainer with seventeen years’ ELT experience in East Asia and Europe. He has taught all age groups in various schools and agencies. As OUP’s Educational Services Manager, he regularly presents at TESOL conferences, and is a certified trainer for the Oxford Teachers’ Academy. He loves to fill his students’ minds with curiosity so that they work hard without realizing it and think for themselves. Apart from teaching and training, this year Mark has lost a toe walking across the Andes, sailed across the Pacific in a wooden warship, battled with pirates in the South China Sea, and jumped over the moon with a cow. In other words, he has lived many lives through reading.