Artful Stimuli & Visible Thinking in ELT

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<p> 1</p> <p>Artful Stimuli &amp; Visible Thinking:Fostering Communication of Thought in ELTChrysa Papalazarou, efl teacher, bloggerThe Art of Communication, TESOL Greece / British Council, Athens 14/12/2014Art is the form of experience through which humans most profoundly see and make meaning. </p> <p>(Dewey, 1934)</p> <p>A large part of the challenge is thatwe don't notice how easily thinking can stay out of sight, because we are used to it being that way.</p> <p>(David Perkins, 2003)</p> <p>LearningContentThinking skills &amp; dispositions thinking and learning through the power of art</p> <p>QuestioningListeningDocumenting Thinking Routines RoutinesSet of questions/short sequence of steps</p> <p>Individual, small-group, whole-group workListening/Sharing</p> <p>DocumentingArt in the English Class Project</p> <p>BullyingHopeWar/PeaceAspergers &amp; AutismSchoolWar / Peace</p> <p>Looking 102Guernica, Pablo Picasso</p> <p>See-Think-WonderWhat do you see?What do you think about it?What does it make you wonder?</p> <p>Beginning-Middle-End</p> <p>Chromophobia, Raul Servais</p> <p>BeginningEndMiddle</p> <p>Colour-Symbol-Image</p> <p>Aspergers &amp; AutismSee-Think-Wonder</p> <p>Blue Butterflies Tongue, Steven Coventry</p> <p>See-Think-Wonder</p> <p>I used to thinkNow, I think</p> <p>Haiku cardby Rakesh Bhanot &amp; Magdolna Terray</p> <p>Thank you! </p>