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Oct 16, 2020 12:00 Noon - Aug 31, 2021 01:45 PM(Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh)
20201016T1200 20201016T1345 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh Project-based Learning for Primary Students: From Theory to Practice

Project-based learning is to help students acquire knowledge via their hand-on experiences in handling a real problem and challenge or engaging in a meaningful project. As a learner-centered method, project-based learning has been applied widely in various subjects to improve education quality. However, to learners of English at lower levels like primary students, teachers might find it challenging to take advantages of this innovative method due to the young age of the learners as well as the difficulty and the complexity of the tasks required. This poster, as a consequence, provides some theories in project-based learning and how to apply them in teaching English for primary students. Detailed plans and pictures of two English lessons for grade 3 and grade 5 learners are also incorporated to exemplify the whole process of project-based learning to suggest a practical guideline for primary teacher of English in adopting this method in their classrooms. Key words: Project-based learning, primary students, teaching English.

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Project-based learning is to help students acquire knowledge via their hand-on experiences in handling a real problem and challenge or engaging in a meaningful project. As a learner-centered method, project-based learning has been applied widely in various subjects to improve education quality. However, to learners of English at lower levels like primary students, teachers might find it challenging to take advantages of this innovative method due to the young age of the learners as well as the difficulty and the complexity of the tasks required. This poster, as a consequence, provides some theories in project-based learning and how to apply them in teaching English for primary students. Detailed plans and pictures of two English lessons for grade 3 and grade 5 learners are also incorporated to exemplify the whole process of project-based learning to suggest a practical guideline for primary teacher of English in adopting this method in their classrooms. Key words: Project-based learning, primary students, teaching English.

English Teacher
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Le Quy Don Gifted High School
Lecturer of English
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Lang Son Teachers' Training College
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Mr. Sam Baymanh
Head of English Program
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Northwest International Centre
Mr. Santisouk Thepvongsa
Teacher
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Savannakhet Teacher Training College
Mrs. Quynh Nguyen
Lecturer
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Thai Nguyen University of Sciences
Dr. Thu Hien Nguyen
Senior Lecturer
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University of Languages and International Studies,Vietnam National University
Student
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University of Foreign Language Studies - The University of Da Nang
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