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LANGUAGE TEACHING APPROACHES: An Overview (MARIANNE CELCE

language teaching approaches an overview

The student is not forced to speak, but is allowed an individual readiness period and allowed to spontaneously begin to speak when the student feels comfortable and confident in understanding and producing the utterances. Imperatives are the main structures to transfer or communicate information. Mistakes on the other hand, are quickly, but gently corrected. The tasks include reading, searching the internet, listening to taped material, selecting important vocabulary to teach other students etc. An ineffective total immersion approach occurs when the teacher opens class by speaking rapidly at native speed as if the students were residing within the target culture, as if they were inputting the attempted language on an hourly, daily basis. Applying these three concepts to L2 teaching results in several recommendations.

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Language Teaching Approaches and Methods

language teaching approaches an overview

Nuan, David ed 2003 Practical English Language Teaching McGraw Hill. As they were based on behaviourist psychology see below , the Audio-method and Oral-situational approach were limited by their neglect of cognitive learning. With this study, 105 public order police officers in the national police forces were surveyed in order to assess their needs when using English on the job. In learning languages, a distinction is usually made between mother tongues, second languages, and foreign languages. This aptitude can be measured and is highly correlated with general learning aptitude.

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Second and Foreign Language Teaching Methods

language teaching approaches an overview

Use hand motions, signal cards, notes, etc. Psychological Traditions Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour. There is moreover wide divergence in the various aims of language teaching and learning. Adds features from the Direct Approach and Behavioral psychology. The programme took over 4 months and was conducted among 30 students majoring in Journalism at the Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique in 2013. This introduces components of pitch, timbre and intensity that will constantly reduce the impact of one voice and hence reduce imitation and encourage personal production of one's own brand of the sounds. Based on these discussions and research evidence, I propose a preliminary model of the effectiveness of teacher code-switching, which is designed to contribute to advances in both theory and teaching practices.

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Language Teaching Approaches Review

language teaching approaches an overview

Fluency and accuracy are seen as complementary principles underlying communicative techniques. The persons taking part in the speech act B. Besides the strategies that teachers may adopt in class, there is another group of strategies that learners use on their own because as Lawson and Hogben 1996 mention that not all students in a group know the same words and learner vocabulary needs differ. This triggers cognitive processes that might in turn generate new linguistic knowledge or consolidate their existing knowledge Swain 1995, Swain and Lapkin 1995 , a constructivist process. Because of the general nature of approaches, there is often no clear application of their assumptions and principles in the classroom, as we have seen with a number of the approaches described in this book.

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Language Teaching Approaches Review

language teaching approaches an overview

Keep in mind that each activity may not fall neatly into one category. After 20 sessions of treatment, the two groups were administered the same teacher-made grammar test as post-test. Translation reappears in this approach as a respectable classroom procedure related to comprehension of the written text. Successful responses are reinforced; great care is taken to prevent learner errors. Encompasses multiple aspects of the communicative act, with language structures selected according to their utility in achieving a communicative purpose.

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Language Teaching Methods and Approaches

language teaching approaches an overview

Our results show that many similarities exist between the Dutch, Finnish, and global course books with regard to the location and integration of grammar, and the instructional approach adopted. These closely and oftentimes immediately recognizable related words may differ only slightly in pronunciation or spelling from the student's native language. The study of classical Latin the Latin in which the classical works of Virgil, Ovid, and Cicero were written and an analysis of its grammar and rhetoric became the model for foreign language study from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. Minimal attention is paid to pronunciation or gaining conversational skills in the target language. The input is one way, from the teacher, and learners will participate when ready. You have 2 minutes for this activity.

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Language Teaching Approaches Review

language teaching approaches an overview

Vocabulary not grammar is the heart of language Theory of Learning There are 2 ways of L2 language development: Acquisition a natural sub-conscious process; Learning a conscious process. Direct Approach Okay, turn Grammar-translation Approach on its head. Adds features from the Direct Approach and Behavioral psychology. This means choosing the techniques and activities that are appropriate for each particular task, context and learner, with a focus on motivation and helping learners become independent and inspired to learn more. In this approach, the students work as a community—learning together and negotiating the lessons.

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Language Teaching Approaches and Methods

language teaching approaches an overview

Learning takes place by the students being exposed to language that is comprehensible or made comprehensible to them. For example, when teaching very young kids, you might want to teach them language skills that would help them communicate with mommy and daddy, or with their friends. This book introduces teachers to the Internet and provides a collection of activities for classroom use. The need for an empirical basis for methodological statements is emphasized and it is suggested that the classroom processes methods generate cannot necessarily be inferred from the philosophy of the method itself. The second part provides a range of practical activities grouped by theme and level. The paper emphasizes that language curriculum develop ment is not generally viewed in language teaching as a systematic set of interrelated processes and procedures which generate the data needed to develop sound educational practices.

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Sofina: SUMMARY OF APPROACHES AND METHODS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING (Jack C. Richards and Theodore S. Rodgers)

language teaching approaches an overview

Did you know that 67% of all Grade 4 students cannot read at a proficient level! Notions are meaning elements that may be expressed through nouns, pronouns, verbs, prepositions, conjunctions, adjectives or adverbs. Unlike the Reading Approach, the Audiolingual Approach gives higher priority to the spoken form than the written form. Fluency and accuracy are the target of learning English. Arencibia outlines the evolution of an English curriculum change originally implemented in a top down, decontextualised manner. Input becomes comprehensible through the modifications from interaction.

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