PowerPoint teaching session for 12 minutes for Australian secondary aged students learning about phonetics in VCE English and To accompany your lesson delivery, you are to submit a report discussing your rationale for the content and design decisions relating to the presentation (800 words)
Lesson (PPT presentation): 12 minutes and the Short lesson report: 800 words
In this assignment, you are to develop and deliver a micro-teaching session
PowerPoint teaching session for 12 minutes for Australian secondary aged students learning about phonetics in VCE English:
Special Material to use:
Phonetics : The sounds of language. An introduction to language (9th ed., pp
Clark, J., Yallop, C., & Fletcher, J. (2007). Units of speech. An introduction to phonetics and phonology (3rd ed., pp. 55–80). Blackwell.
Unit 01 Phonetics and phonology https://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/Documents/vce/englishlanguage/2016EnglishLanguageSD.pdf
• the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
• speech sound production: voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation
Language that provides instruction on a particular aspect of English Phonetics, Phonology or Oral Communication
Task 02: the Short lesson report: 800 words
To accompany your lesson delivery, you are to submit a report discussing your rationale for the content and design decisions relating to the presentation (800 words +/- 10%). You should discuss how your lesson connects to relevant educational theory and linguistic understanding of the English language, and how your choices were informed by the language and knowledge base of your intended learners. The discussion should draw on current research and learning from this course
· Lesson presentation of high quality and very appropriate for intended audience. Meets length requirement and demonstrates sophistication and creativity in delivery
· Insightful understanding of aspect of phonetics, phonology or oral communication. Excellent evidence-base for lesson design. Clear, effective and sophisticated rationale for decisions
· Sources show wide range of research and provide strong support for discussion.
· Discussion is clear, concise and logically organised. No errors in grammar, word choice, academic tone, etc.
· includes accurate and excellent selection of references in APA style