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Havalı Bir Ders Etkinliği: The Press Conference

The Press Conference: Basın Toplantısı
Derslerinize heyecan getirecek harika bir etkinlik olduğunu en baştan söyleyelim. Öğrencilere soru sormayı öğretmede ve onları teşvik etmede kullanacağınız bu yöntemde, öğretmen ünlü bir karakter rolüne bürünür. Ve bir basın toplantısı düzenlemek istediğini ve öğrencilerin bu kişiye neler sorabileceğini düşünmelerini ister. Öğrenciler, 1-2 gün süresince özgün sorular hazırlarlar. Öğretmen de bu arada gelebilecek sorulara karşı iyi hazırlık yapmalıdır. Etkinlik günü öğretmen, hedef karakter rolünde, ders ortamı da ona göre dizayn edilmiş olarak öğrencilerinin (basının) karşısına çıkar ve sorulara teker teker cevap verir. Bu aktivite özellikle yabancı dil derslerinde soru sorma-cümle kurma becerilerinin kazandırılmasında etkili olarak kullanılabilir. Diğer derslere de adapte edilebilir. İyi tasarlandığında öğrencilerin çok keyif alacağı ve heyecan duyacağı bir etkinliktir. Detaylı bilgi için aşağıdaki bilgileri veya linki takip edebilirsiniz.


This is a longer activity that needs some preparation. It’s great for practising question forms in a fun way and gives structured speaking practice to lower levels. You will need a sticky label for each student or a pack of Post-It notes.

Tell students that they have got the job of reporter for a magazine about famous people. They are going to interview some famous people and they need to prepare some general questions they can ask any famous person – actors, singers, sports stars, politicians etc. Give some examples, like, ‘Do you enjoy your job?’ or ‘Are you happy being so famous?’ and get students to write four questions and put them into a table with the questions going down the left hand side and space for five columns to the right. Then ask students which famous person they would like to be and give each one a sticky label or a Post-It note for them to write the name of the famous person on and stick on themselves.

Put students into two concentric circles with the inner circle facing out and outer circle facing in. Tell students that they are going to interview the person directly in front of them for two minutes and note down all the information they find out. They are also going to be interviewed. The facing pairs take turns in the different roles of interviewer and famous person. At two minute intervals shout ‘stop’ and ask the outer circle to step one person to the right. Shout ‘start’ to give students two more minutes with a new famous person. When each student has interviewed and been interviewed five or six times stop the activity and seat students. The information they have gathered about the famous people can then be shared with the group orally or used for a piece of writing for a gossip magazine. If you have an odd number rotate one person out of the circle each time you move the other circle around. This person can help you to monitor and can walk around the circle listening to the others in action and making a note of any mistakes they hear. This activity gets very noisy with a large group but it can be a great way to keep students speaking English for quite a long period of time and you will probably see how their confidence grows as they get the hang of asking and answering the questions.

Source:http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/language-assistant/games/press-conference

Mehmet Ali Doğan

Mehmet Ali Doğan

ISTE Emerging Leader,
Microsoft Innovative Educator Master Trainer
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Yazar: Mehmet Ali Doğan

ISTE Emerging Leader, Microsoft Innovative Educator Master Trainer

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