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Language learning strategies
Transcript of Language learning strategies
Scope of study
Anderson's Model of Adoptive Control of Thought
Taking this model to the language learning strategies
Classification of learning strategies
Questioning for clarification
Who wants to be a millionaire?
"Learning strategies are complex procedures that individuals apply to tasks, consequently, they may be represented as procedural knowledge which may be acquired through cognitive, associative, and autonomous stages of learning. As we other procedural skills at the different stages of learning, the strategies may be conscious in early stages of learning and later be performed without the person’s awareness"
O'malley and Chamot
Centering your learning
Organizing and planning
Lowering your anxiety
Taking your emotional temperature
Cooperation with others
Emphasizing with others
Think about it
Receiving and sending messages
Analysing and reasoning
-First, you must form 4 groups within 1 minute.
-There will be a round of 12 questions overall ( 3 per group) in which each group will have to pick up a different representative for each round.
-There is 1 wild card available for each group.
-The question must be answered within 30 seconds.
-While the representative is in "the chair", the rest of the group must remain in complete silence.
-The group that gets the higher score, wins the golden prize.
-Breaking the rules will be punished
Do you think it is important to know your students abilities before putting in practice specific strategies?
What strategies you think will become more useful when it comes down to teaching?