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METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS.

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Transcript of METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS.

MAIN POINTS OF THE PROJECT
Objectives
Theoretical framework
Methodology
METHODS ANALYSED
1. GRAMMAR TRANSLATION METHOD (1840)
2. DIRECT METHOD (1860)
3. TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE (1986)
4. CONTENT LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING (1994)
5. TASK BASED LANGUAGE LEARNING (1987)
6. COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH (1970)
WHY THIS TOPIC?
Spanish' citizens level of English

Methodologies used for the teaching of English

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Analysis of the results
METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS.
The teaching of English
as a foreign language
SARA ARRANZ DE LA FUENTE
Samuel Tascón Olmedo
Mayo, 2018
TRABAJO DE
FIN DE GRADO

DIDACTIC INTERVENTION
5th grade of Primary Education
"Caring the planet"
Decree 26/2016
GRAMMAR TRANSLATION METHOD (1840)
Real literature
Reading skill (LOMCE 8/2013)
Activities with real texts
DIRECT METHOD (1860)
Speaking over grammar
Natural method: everyday words
Oral exposition
TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE (1986)
Movement - language
Theatre role play
CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING (CLIL - 1994)
Gaining ground but not recent
Content & language
SAVING THE PLANET
TASK BASED LANGUAGE
LEARNING (1987)
Students' real needs
Both speaking a foreign language & caring their surrounding area
COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH (1970)
Final goal of LOMCE 8/2013
Students communicatively competents
SKYPE CONVERSATION
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