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The Procedure of Communicative Language Teaching

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Yeongho Yeo

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Transcript of The Procedure of Communicative Language Teaching

Learner Roles

The Principles
of CLT!

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During the activities he acts as an adviser, answering students’ questions and monitoring their performance.

Students are expected to interact primarily with each other rather than with the teacher.
Presenter:Youngho Yeo
To enable students to communicate in target language.
linguistic forms
meanings
functions
Warmers
Scaffolding for the Core Dialogue
What areas of language are emphasized ?
Role of students' native language
Evaluation
Respond to student errors
The procedure of CLT

the teacher’s role is less dominant than in a teacher-centered method
TECHNIQUES
Authentic Materials
Scrambled Sentences
Language Games
Picture Strip Story
Role-play
What language skills are emphasized?
Language functions might be emphasized over forms.
Students work with language at the discourse or suprasentential level.
Judicious use of the students’ native language is permitted in CLT.
Teacher evaluates not only the students’ accuracy, but also their fluency.
Errors of form are tolerated during fluency-based activities and are seen as a natural outcome of the development of communication skills.

Role of a teacher
OUTLINE
The Communicative Language Teaching
1. The principles of Language Acquisition
2. Language Learning and Language
Acquisition
3. The Basic Paradigm of CLT
(1) Warmers (2) Context
(3) Core Materials (4)Controlled Practice
(5) Vocabulary Expansion[Paraphrasing]
(6) Communicative Practice
4. Wrap Up
Why? CLT?
Neutral-motor Skills
Language Learning
How does the teacher respond to student errors?
Anyone can learn to perform the steps, but it takes quite a while to do it with students.
Teachers need to understand what to do at English class.
Communication principle
Task based principle
Meaningfulness principle
Exposing students to natural language
Use of authentic language materials
Logical order of words in sentences and sentences in texts
Teaches while enjoying students if prepared properly.
Information gaps
Choice
Feedback
Less structured
Very structured
Riding a bike
Choreographies
The principles of
Language Learning
A real life context
1. Real Life Context
2. Intenal processing
3. Error is natural
4. Input
5. Modeled for Meaning
6. Affective Factors
7. peer practice
8. collaborative atmosphere
9. Meaningful Repetition
11. Message
10. Personalization
12. Emotional Engagement
13. Supportive Environment
Language Acquisition
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Choreographies
Behaviors
Behaviors

Riding a bike
C
ommunicative
L
anguage
T
eaching
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