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COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH / Communicaive language teaching App
Transcript of COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH / Communicaive language teaching App
Ana Salido Mateos
Lorena Bosch Martínez
María Jesús Vílchez Bedmar
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Applied Linguistics to the Teaching of Spanish & English & Research Methodology
COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH/COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING
WHEN DID THE COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH (CA) COME ABOUT?
Decade of the 70s
...FOR WHAT REASON?
Reaction to previous
The Grammar Translation Method
WHAT IS THE MAIN CONCERN OF THE CA?
GOAL of language teaching
Procedures for the teaching of the four language skills
Teaching communicative proficiency rather than mastery of structure.
WHAT DOES THE CA CONSIST OF?
GOAL: to enable students to use language to communicate
Communication: use of language functions and grammar structures
"Communicative language teaching or CA can be understood as a set of principles about the goals of language teaching, how learners learn a language, the kinds of classroom activities that best facilitate learning, and the roles of teachers and learners in the classroom".
FEATURES OF THE CA
DEFINITION OF THE CA
(Jack C. Richards)
ADVANTAGES OF THE CA
DISADVANTAGES OF THE CA
Emphasis on the four language skills
Increase of fluency in the target language
Involves students in learning
Stimulates real life communicative experiences
Little importance is given to reading and writing
Difficult for the teacher to check the language use of every student
Low levels of proficiency in the target language make difficult students' participation
Hunter, D. (2009). Communicative Language Teaching and the ELTJournal: a Corpus-Based Approach to the History of a Discourse. (Doctoral Dissertation, University of Warwick, 2001)
McLaren, N., Madrid, D., & Bueno, A.(2005).
TEFL in Secondary Education
. Spain: University of Granada.
Richards, J. C. (2006).
Communicative Language Teaching Today
. New York: Cambridge University Press.