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Aprendizaje Chapter 17 Jeremy Harmer
Transcript of Aprendizaje Chapter 17 Jeremy Harmer
A. PRODUCTIVE SKILLS 3.Different styles
different genres 5. Dealing with difficulty C. Problems and Solutions 1.Language •Choose interesting topics
•Create interest in the topic
•Vary topics & genre
•Provide necessary information THE PRODUCTION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
BY JEREMY HARMER CHAPTER 17:
TEACHING PRODUCTIVE SKILLS PRESENTED BY ERICA GRIEBEL
FEBRUARY 27TH, 2013 Questions How good are you at this in your native language?
Do you think it is good advice to choose interesting topics?
What other things can you add to this to make your students' learning through writing and speaking more productive?
Any other comments? SOCIOCULTURAL RULES
RULES FOR WRITING 2. Following the rules Improvising Discarding Foreignising Paraphrasing 4.Interacting with an audience B. Productive Skills
in the Classroom Reception and Production •Output & Input
•Texts as models
•Texts as stimuli
•Reception as part of production
•Production enables reception •Supply key language
•Plan key activities in advance