The assignment was for teacher candidates (TCs) for Methods and Materials for Teaching English as a Second Language (EDPN-673) Summer 2022 to plan, record on video teaching a brief mini- lesson to a specific ENL audience in a specifically designed approach to language learning found in the Richards and Rodgers text, i.e. Communicative Language Learning, Total Physical Response etc. Candidates will first introduce their assigned method including the general approach, syllabus and other aspects, they will then demonstrate their mini lesson they planned online through PPT, video and upload all the artifacts plus a paper submission of no more than 2 pages excluding references. 1.5 line spacing normal margins. New York times or similar font. Any content area can be selected to demonstrate the lesson such as PowerPoint, materials, and realia. Part 1 – Video, Part 2 – PPT, Part 3 – paper explaining the mini lesson.
Below the infographic I designed for the methods presentation:
Kate Yanovich works as a New Yok city public school elementary teacher. She was born and raised in Kishinev, Moldova in Eastern Europe. Her native language is Russian and she has lived in Brooklyn, New York, for the past 28 years. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Journalism from Brooklyn College. After some time tutoring writing, math, and conflict resolution skills to students in after-school programs, she realized her passion for teaching and returned to Brooklyn College where she obtained her Master’s degree in Early Childhood and Childhood Education. Kate Yanovich shares that she has “…taught students of different ages, ranging from Pre-K to middle school, and having a background in special education. I also worked with students and young adults with special needs. I have a great love for children and a passion for enabling their abilities and potential for a bright future. Currently, I am pursuing the TESOL Graduate degree at Touro College and look forward to working more closely with second language and multilingual learners in their educational journeys. “