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The audio lingual method

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Claas Lakeberg

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Transcript of The audio lingual method

Definition
History of the method
Similarities to the direct method
Oral drills and examples
Advantages/ Disadvantages
Use in practice/ today

The direct method
The audio lingual method is comparable with the direct method.

Both are based on oral approaching learning.

This aiming at a quick development of a specific range of language without teaching in the native language.

The methods differ in the development of grammatical skills but are both learned inductively.
References
Language Training Methods. (2011, January 1). Retrieved from http://www.altalang.com/language-training/methods/

The free encyclopedia, Wikipedia. (2014, August 24). Audio-lingual method. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio-lingual_method

English, A. (n.d.). Language Teaching Methods: Audio-Lingual Method. Retrieved December 13, 2014, from

Retrieved December 13, 2014, from http://www.altalang.com/images/stock/Methods-Graph.PNG

English, A. (n.d.). Language Teaching Methods: Audio-Lingual Method. Retrieved December 13, 2014, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz0TPDUz3F

Richards, J., & Rodgers, T. (1986). Approaches and methods in language teaching: A description and analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

The audio lingual method. (2014, January 1). Retrieved December 17, 2014, from http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/audio-lingual method
History of the ALM
Use of today/practice
Oral Drills


The audio lingual teaching method consist often of patterns and oral drills to be able to
communicate with the learned sentences, questions and responses within a short period of time.
These oral drills include:

Repetition

Replacement

Inflection

Restatement
Examples:
Repetition:
Teacher
: ''I like cycling''.
Students
: ''I like cycling''.

Replacement:
T
: ''He likes climbing this trees''.
S
: ''He likes climbing it''.

Inflection:
T
: ''I ate the apple''.
S
: '' I ate the apples''.

Restatement:
T
: '' Tell me to not eat to much''.
S
: '' Don't eat to much.''
The audio lingual method
Retrieved December 13, 2014, from http://www.altalang.com/images/stock/Methods-Graph.PNG
The ALM is mostly used to learn new languages.

Typically not used as the foundation of a course, but rather, has been relegated to use in individual lessons

Pros: Enjoyable and fun for everybody,
very effective for beginners, good pronunciation training

Cons: The difficulty to use learned patterns in everyday life, self directed speaking is not learned, written language is not learned at all
-The ALM is based on the structural view of language and the behaviorist theory of language learning.
-World War II had a significant impact on language teaching in America
-A big amount of people with experience in other languages where needed to work as interpreters, code-room assistants and translators
-University´s where asked to develop a language learning program for military personal
-The Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) was established in 1942
-By the beginning of 1943 55 University's where participating

Definition:
"The audio lingual method is a technique of foreign-language instruction that emphasizes audio-lingual skills over reading and writing and is characterized by extensive use of pattern practice''




The audio lingual method. (2014, January 1). Retrieved December 17, 2014, from http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/audio-lingual method
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