AP SCERT Spoken English for Teachers through Webinars from 27th May to 30th June

File No.ESE02/222/2020-COMM SE-CSE AP SCERT Spoken English Program for Teachers through Webinars from 27th May to 30th June Date: 26/05/2020. In continuation of the CLEP program, five week Spoken English program as a part of CLEP-II is hereby arranged for the Teaching community through Live Webinar series from 27-05-2020 to 30-06-2020.
Sub: Teachers Instructions School Education - CLEP-II - Spoken English Program for from 27-5-2020 to 30.06.2020 through Webinar - Issued.

AP SCERT Spoken English for Teachers through Webinars from 27th May to 30th June

Ref : Proposal from Special Officer Project, English Medium Instruction & Director, SIEMAT, Samagra Shikha, AP, Amaravthi

ORDER
  • All the Regional Joint Directors, District Educational Officers, Principals of DIETs, Academic Monitoring Officers, Mandal Educational Officers, Key Resource Persons, State Resource Persons and District Resource Persons in the state are hereby informed that the CLEP-II webinar series was received very well by the teacher community and there is an increased demand for spoken English program by all the teachers. Hence in continuation of the CLEP program, five week Spoken English program as a part of CLEP-II is hereby arranged for the Teaching community through Live Webinar series from 27-05-2020 to 30-062020.
  • All DEOs will be the administrative in charge to conduct this Spoken English program and DIET principals will be the course monitoring officer. All the teachers teaching primary schools, high schools shall attend the course.
  • All the Key Resource Persons are responsible for their respective Districts under the supervision of DIET principals and DEOs. The WhatsApp group formed for CLEP-II Webinar series shall continue to guide their groups if there are any doubts. MEO's will closely monitor the active participation of Teachers in their respective mandal.
  • All the teachers are hereby informed that the Spoken English program will start from 27.05.2020 to 30.06.2020 through webinar. The schedule and course details are attached herewith. Everyday all the Teachers shall watch the program through webinar allotted for the day. The relevant study material and self assessment tests will be circulated like the previous CLEP-II Webinar program and a grand test will be conducted based on which course completion certificate will be given.
  • All District Educational Officers in the state are requested to communicate the above instructions along with the course details and schedule of the Spoken English program to all the DIET Principals, AMOS, MEOs, KRPs, SRPS, DRPs and to the teachers concerned with instructions to follow the above guidelines without fail. All AMOs in the state are requested to monitor the training program closely. MEOs should ensure daily participation in Webinar under the guidance and supervision of DIET Principals and DEOs. All teachers are requested to extend full support to make this program grand success.
  • The State Nodal officer for CLEP -II is Director, SCERT and nodal officer for IT related activities is Sri Pokuri Sreenivasa Rao with contact number 9849045684.

SCERT, AP - SPOKEN ENGLISH  - Instructional Principles

Common Instructional Principles
  • • Focus on language functions
  • • Focus on conversational English
  • • Develop accuracy and encourage fluency (strike a balance to address teacher anxieties of making mistakes)
  • • Emphasis on contextualising spoken English practice
  • • Balance language and pedagogical knowledge
  • • Implicit teaching of grammar
High cognitive (adults) but low linguistic load (A2 level) 
  • • Build metalinguistic knowledge through observation, discovery and noticing
  • • Focus on developing communicative competence
  • • Address anxieties, nervousness and mental blocks related to English
  • • Embrace a variety of Indian Englishes and accept intelligible pronunciation
  • • Reduce native speakerism
Breakup Plan for 60 minutes
  • 15 minutes -Objectives- Presentation of material through pictures, dialogues, conversation, aural texts (non pedagogical inputs) www.apteachers.in
  • 15 minutes - Practice through drill, repetition, reflective tasks, model responses, experience sharing etc. (pedagogical reflections may be included)
  • 15 minutes - Arriving at grammatical rule/ structures / noticing vocabulary review (pedagogical and linguistic takeaways) and
  • 15 mins - Classroom transaction language demo with teacher resource persons

FIVE WEEK SCHEDULE 27.05.2020 to 30.06.2020

  • 27.5 - Introduction to Spoken English for Teachers -Dr. Shoba KN, Asst. Professor of English, ANNA university, Chennai - Click Here to Watch Webinar
  • 28.5.2020 - Basics of a Spoken - Discourse in a Language Suman Bandi, Teacher Trainer, RIE, Bangalore -Click Here to Watch Webinar
  • 29.5.2020 - Active Listening for Better Spoken Skills - Dr. Shoba KN, Asst. Professor of English, ANNA university, Chennai
  • 1.6.2020 - Phonetics-1 Prof. Jayaraj, Professor, EFLU, Hyderabad
  • 2.6.2020 - Phonetics-2 Prof. Jayaraj, Professor, EFLU, Hyderabad
  • 3.6.2020 - pror Pronunciation (Accent, Stress and Intonation) Dr. R.Poornima, Academic Consultant, BCSA, British Council, Chennai
  • 4.6.2020 - Vocabulary and Spoken English Dr. Shoba KN, Asst. Professor of English, ANNA university, Chennai
  • 5.6.2020 - Language Functions in Spoken English Dr. Shoba KN, Asst. Professor of English, ANNA university, Chennai
  • 8.6.2020 - introducing oneself Dr. Monishita Hajra Pandey, Faculty, Ambedkar University, Delhi
  • 9.6.2020 - Describing Things, People land Events and Routines Dr. Shoba KN, Asst. Professor of English, ANNA university, Chennai
  • 10.6.2020 Questioning Skills - Dr. Monishita Hajra Pandey, Faculty, Ambedkar University, Delhi Expressing Abilities and
  • 11.6.2020 Making Requests Suman Bandi, Teacher Trainer, RIE, Bangalore
  • 12.6.2020 Expressing Opinions Suman Bandi, Teacher Trainer, RIE, Bangalore

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