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實戰口語情景對話:Sizing Up Students 評價學生

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2019年11月13日

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實戰口語情景對話:Sizing Up Students 評價學生
Note: This is a continuation of a conversation about student learner types from conversation 1289.注:本期內容是上期討論學生類型的對話的第二部分。

Todd: Yeah, but next time you teach, when you look at your students, think about it.

托德:下次你教學生的時候,可以看著學生們想想這些。

Julia: I will, yeah.

朱莉亞:我會的。

Todd: Who's a player, who's a pupil, who's a participant, who's a prisoner.

托德:看看誰是玩家,誰是學生,誰是參與者,誰是囚禁者。

Julia: Who's a prisoner. And do you find that you have like an even distribution of those four types within any one class or...?

朱莉亞:誰是囚禁者。那你認為每個班的學生類型是平均分布的還是……?

Todd: No, usually you'll a couple players, like let's say if you have a class of 20, if you have a class of 20 students you might have one or two players, one or two pupils, about 12-14 participants and maybe two or three prisoners.

托德:不是,通常有幾名玩家,假設一個班級有20名學生,假設你教的班級有20名學生,那其中可能有一兩名玩家,一兩名學生,約12到14名參與者,可能兩到三名囚禁者。

Julia: Well, it's interesting, as you were giving those definitions, student's names and faces were coming to mind. Oh yeah, he's just described... Oh yeah, that's her, yeah. I could see how they would fit into the categories.

朱莉亞:這很有意思,依據你進行的描述,學生的名字和面孔已經浮現在我的腦海里。哦,他剛形容的是哪個人,哦,他剛說的應該是她。我可以看到他們屬于哪個分類。

Todd: See, it works.

托德:你看,這有用吧。

Julia: It does. But how does it help you teach them?

朱莉亞:沒錯。可是這對你的教學工作有什么幫助呢?

Todd: I think it does help you teach, like you know how to deal with everyone differently, right. So like a prisoner for example, you just have to have a lot of empathy, you know, you have to understand that they don't want to be there so you shouldn't expect that they have a great attitude about the class. You know, a participant, you should make it really highly interactive, you should make it very social, as much as you can. A pupil, you know, you give them the extra feedback when you write, you know, comments on their papers and stuff and you give them the encouragement like, "Oh wow, you did a really good job on your test." A player, you, you know, because I'm a language teacher, I try to talk with them a lot, like almost cordial, like a friend so that they have a lot of personal interaction. So, yeah, I think it's, you know you just kind of ... you have to adjust to each one. Yeah, and the thing about this is, I've thought about these four types a lot and I think they apply to any subject and the person can change, like one person isn't automatically a player in every subject, so for some subjects you're a player, for other subjects you're a prisoner, maybe other subjects you're a participant. Okay, so what subjects were you a player?

托德:我認為這對教學很有幫助,因為你知道如何區別應對不同學生的情況。比如囚禁者,你要有同理心,你要理解他們為什么不想上學,所以你不能期待他們在上課時表現出積極態度。對于參與者來說,你應該讓課堂具有高度互動性,盡你所能讓課堂充滿社交性。至于學生,你要對他們的寫作給出額外的反饋,在他們的論文上寫評語時要鼓勵他們,你應該這樣寫:“哇哦,你在測驗中的表現好極了。”而玩家,因為我是語言老師,我會試圖多和他們溝通,要誠懇地和他們交流,就像朋友聊天一樣,這樣他們就能進行很多人際互動了。我認為,你要……你要去適應不同的學生。關于這點,我思考了很多與這四種類型的學生有關的事情,我認為依據他們對每個科目的適應情況不同,他們可能會發生改變。一個人不是在所有科目上都會自動成為玩家的,你可能在一些科目上是玩家,在一些科目上是囚禁者,在其他科目上是參與者。你在哪個科目上是玩家?

Julia: Language, definitely, foreign language, loved French. I did Latin at school as well which was quite unusual but enjoyed it.

朱莉亞:當然是語言了,外語,我喜歡法語。我在學校時拉丁語的成績很不錯,這其實很罕見,不過我很享受。

Todd: And a prisoner?

托德:那囚禁者呢?

Julia: A prisoner, at the time, music. When I was at school I was a prisoner in music and I don't think it was just my response to the subject, it was also my response to the teacher. Didn't have a good relationship with the teacher but nothing I could do, couldn't escape, had to be there and that affected my learning I think. Being a prisoner's not a good ... I don't think it's a good learning situation.

朱莉亞:我在音樂課上是囚禁者。我上學的時候,在音樂課上是囚禁者,我認為這不僅僅是我對這個科目的反應,我對那門課的老師也是這種反應。我和那個老師關系不太好,不過我什么都做不了,我不能逃走,我只能待在那里,我認為那影響了我的學習。我認為囚禁者這種狀態并不是好的學習環境。

Todd: No, definitely not.

托德:當然不是。

Julia: No.

朱莉亞:不是。

Todd: How about, were you ever a participant? You just did something to be with your friends and you really didn't care what it was?

托德:那你什么時候是參與者?你只是和朋友們一起,并不在乎那是什么課?

Julia: Yeah, there were some subjects like that I think. Like history and geography, those kind of subjects, humanities subjects, they were mildly engaging but I liked, yeah ... I didn't have an aversion to them because I was hanging out with my friends. I didn't love them, I didn't excel in them, I wasn't particularly interested in them.

朱莉亞:我想有一些科目是這樣的。比如歷史、地理和人文這種課,這些課不太吸引人,我并不是討厭這類課,因為我只是和朋友們一起去上的。我不喜歡這些課,我也不擅長這些科目,我對這類課不是特別感興趣。

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