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GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LANGUAGE TEACHING

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Transcript of GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LANGUAGE TEACHING

Linguistic Science
Principle 1.

Give Priority to Sounds

Principle 2.

Present Language in
Basic Sentence Patterns
Principle 10.

Multiple Line of Approach
PSYCHOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING ENGLISH
(i) Teach the language, not about the language.

(ii) Teach the’ language, not its written system (at the start).

(iii) Teach the language, as it is, not as any one thinks it to be.

(iv) Teach the language, not its literature.

(v) Teach the language as it is now, not in term of its history.



THANK YOU
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LANGUAGE TEACHING
Linguistic and Psychological Aspect
Principle 5. 

Controlled Vocabulary
Principle 6.

Graded Patterns
Principle 7.

Selection and Gradation
Principle 8.

The Oral Way Principle

Principle 9.

Priorities of Language Skills
Principle 11.

Language Habit through Language Using
Principle 12.

Spiral Approach
Principle 13.

Use Mother-tongue Sparingly
Principle 1.
Motivation
Principle 2.

Immediate Correction
Principle 3.

Reinforcement
Principle 4.

Frequent Review
Principle 5.

Correct Responses
Principle 6.

Practice in Everyday Situations
(vi) Teach the language as a skill, not as an intellectual task.

(vii) Teach the language in varied, interesting
situations. vocabulary its due place.

(viii) Give maximum exposure.

(x) Use mother-tongue as a tool, not a medium.

(xi) Immediately reinforce

(ix) Give correct response.
Principle 3.

Language Patterns as Habits
Principle 4.

Imitation
PHONETICS
The study of speech sounds. Divided into three (3):

Articulatory
– how speech sounds are produced by the human speech apparatus.

Acoustic
– how speech sounds are heard

Auditory
– how speech sounds are transmitted and perceived




Created by:

Jocel
Pamisaran
-Lopez
The kindhearted boy had many girlfriends.
The kindhearted, intelligent boy had many girlfriends.
The kindhearted, intelligent, handsome boy had many girlfriends.
The cat chased the mouse.
The cat chased the mouse that ate the cheese.
The cat chased the mouse that ate the cheese, that come from the cow.
I mean what I say.
I say what I mean.
Your dog chased my cat.
Your cat chased my dog.
The Habit-Formation Theory
The Law of Exercise
Selection of Language Items Involved:
1. Frequency
2. Range
3. Coverage
4 Availability
5. Learnability
6. Teachability
"Learning to speak is always the shortest road to read and write."
-Prof. Kittson-
"We should refrain fro reading and writing any given material until we have learnt to use its spoken form.
-Prof. Palmer-
"Language learning means plunging headlong into a series of completely different experience."
-Prof. Eugene A. Nida-
1. Limitations of confusion
2. Sense of progress achieved
3. competitions
4. Game-like Exercise
5. Right relation between teacher and student
6. Variety of learning activities
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