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Transcript of Suggestopedia Method
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Suggestopedia also known
as Desuggestopedia is a
teaching method which is
based on a modern
understanding of how the
human brain works and
how we learn most
Georgi Lazanov (educator and psychologist/Bulgaria)-70's: The application of the study of suggestion to pedagogy. It has been developed to help students eliminate the feeling that they cannot be successful and, thus, to help students overcome the barriers of learning".
*The teacher has acting abilities.
*The teacher shows a very positive attitude.
*Use of baroque music.
*Low level of anxiety
*Sensory learning takes place.
*Translation is used.
*Materials used: text and music.
*Drawbacks: suitable only to adults.
Theory of language:
*lexis is central.
*language material as act of communication.
*recording of meaningful texts.
Theory of learning:
*Desuggestion and suggestion:
Represents an authority in the classroom
Trust and respect the teacher.
Retain information better from someone in whom they have confidence
Be more responsive to her “desuggesting” their limitations and suggesting how easy it will be for them to succeed
Undergo infantilization-adopting a child-like role
Areas of languageEmphasized:
Reading and Writing, Grammar.
Positive expectation of success
Communication: 2 plans:
Errors are tolerated
intonation, rhythm,and concert pseudo-passiveness
main aim of teaching
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