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Methodology Year III - Final RECAP

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Robert Oliwa

on 5 January 2013

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Transcript of Methodology Year III - Final RECAP

Areas for Futher Consideration METHODS METHODS, CONCEPTS
....and more AUDIO-LINGUAL
METHOD TASK
BASED
LEARNING BASIC CONCEPTS DEDUCTIVE vs. INDUCTIVE
METHODS DIRECT METHOD GRAMMAR
TRANSLATION
METHOD COMMUNICATIVE
LANGUAGE
TEACHING APPROACH
DESIGN PROCEDURE THEORY OF LANGUAGE
vs.
THEORY OF LEARNING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE Reform
Movement Henry Sweet ? ... and more BEHAVIORAL, COGNITIVE, HUMANISTIC
APPROACHES demerits of the grammar translation method features of the
audio lingual method objectives of communicative
language teaching objectives of task
based learning failed to produce fluency in a foreign language
no interaction between students
the teacher was the authority
students memorized words and rules
no autonomy or creativity
failed to develop confidence among students
no link between the classroom and real life
no real communication
reading and writing only practised
no inductive teaching language learning is habit formation
mistakes should be avoided - bad habits
analogy is better than analysis
meaning of vocabulary should be presented in linguistic and cultural context
first speaking then writing
grammar taught inductively produce communicative competence in learners
focus on meaning and function of the language
ability to respond to different types of stimuli
importance on the learner and the learning process
acquisition
the teacher is a facilitator
problem solving tasks, active participation and interaction integration of all four skills
collaboration among students
clear objectives
learners explore new content (inductive)
demonstrate their language skills
develop effective learning strategies
peer-assessment & self-assessment
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