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  • Integrating Mindmapping into English Classroom 吳倖誼 Sandra Wu 台北縣國中英語專任輔導員 台北縣立義學國中 [email_address]
  • Today’s Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Mind-mapping in Memorizing Vocabulary
    • Mind-mapping in Reading
    • 1. Pre-reading- Brainstorming
    • 2. While-reading-
    • Graphic Organizer/ Semantic Map
    • Mind-mapping in Writing
    • Software of mindmapping- MindMan, Mind 42, Inspiration
  • Integrating Mind-mapping in Memorizing Vocabulary
  • Joy, Book 2 Unit 1
  • Joy, Book 2 Unit 2& 3
  • Joy, Book 2 Unit 4
  • Joy, Book 2 Unit 5
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  • Surprises!
    • The average score : 13.4/16≒ 0.84
  • About Reading…
    • Bottom-up v.s. Top-down
    A combination of top-down and bottom-up processing, or what has come to be called interactive reading, is almost always a primary ingredient in successful teaching methodology because both processes are important. (Brown, Teaching by Principles ) In practice, a reader continually shifts from one focus to another, now adopting a top-down approach to predict probable meaning, then moving to the bottom-up approach to check whether that is really what the writer says. (Nuttall, 1996, p.17)
  • Pre-reading Activities
    • Activate background knowledge/ schema/ prior knowledge
    A reader will rely on knowledge about a known topic to sort out word meaning; conversely, a reader who has a mastery of the text’s vocabulary but is unfamiliar with the topic will rely on word knowledge in order to comprehend a text. (Mikulecky, What is Reading? )
  • Brainstorming- Webbing
  • While-reading activities- semantic map/graphic organizer
    • Readers can easily be overwhelmed by a long string of ideas of events. The strategy of semantic mapping, or grouping ideas into meaningful clusters, helps the reader to provide some order to the chaos. ( Brown, Teaching by Principles )
  • Why Use Semantic Maps / Graphic Organizers?
    • visualization
    • process and get the information more effectively
    • reduce anxiety
  • Joy, Book 5, Unit 8
  • Graphic Organizer of Joy, Book 5, Unit 8
  • Graphic Organizer
    • a visual and graphic display that depicts the relationships between facts, terms, or ideas
    • a one-page form with blank areas for the student to fill in with related ideas and information.
    • allow for the information to be written or drawn
  • http:// www.enchantedlearning.com/graphicorganizers /
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  • Joy, Book 5, Unit 1
  • Graphic Organizer of Joy, Book 5, Unit 1
  • Joy, Book 5, Unit 4
  • Graphic Organizer of Joy, Book 5, Unit 4
  • Joy, Book 5, Unit 6
  • Graphic Organizer of Joy, Book 5, Unit 6
  • Joy, Book 6, Unit 1
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  • Joy, Book 6, Unit 2
  • Joy, Book 6, Unit 2
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  • Joy, Book 6, Unit 3
  • Joy, Book 6, Unit 3
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  • Graphic Organizers Enhance Writing
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  • The End Thank you! Sandra’s Blog: http:// blog.yam.com/doggerwu