The goal of this learning scenario is to enhance learners language experiences by engaging them in a variety of listening and oral interaction activities to prepare them to first report crimes and then help authorities to identify suspects. It is authentic in the sense that learners may be exposed to crime, whether in their immediate surroundings or away from home. Therefore, they must communicate the relevant information with regard to the crime in a clear and effective manner. The scenario consists of two learning situations: 1: Reporting a Crime 2: Describing a Crime to a Police Officer
Andragogical Intention SITUATION 1: `Reporting a Crime` - To promote learners involvement in the scenario and engage their interest and motivation by having them make links between what they are about to learn and their previous experiences. Learners next participate in a discussion followed by a role-play in the context of a witness reporting a crime to a 911 operator. SITUATION 2: `Describing a Crime to a Police Officer` - To provide learners with listening and speaking activities where they have the opportunity to develop and use their new vocabulary to access public services. They will do this by viewing a re-enactment video and participating in role-plays as they describe the sequence of events as well as the suspect(s) to a police officer.
This scenario targets students at the mid-range of English language development at the literacy level. All the activities promote learners involvement in the scenario and engage their interest and motivation by having them make links between what they are about to learn and their previous experiences. The listening and speaking activities allow learners to develop and use their new vocabulary to access public services.
moins du 1/4 du cours / Travail individuel / Travail d'équipe / Expérimentée en classe
INTÉGRATION DES TIC
S'informer / Communiquer / Soutenir la métacognition
Moins de 20 ans / Immigrantes