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Audio visual Method

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diana sandoval paez

on 12 July 2016

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Transcript of Audio visual Method

The audiovisual method was first developed by the CREDIF term in France in the 1950s. This method is intended for teaching everyday language at the early stage of second/foreign language learning. It was based on a behaviourist approach, which held that language is acquired by habit formation.
The advantages


a. The students are easy to understand the material because they are not only listen but also see the presentation.

b. The students are fluent in speaking.

c. Audio Visual Method enhance student learning and create a more inviting atmosphere.


Disadvantages

a. Basic method of teaching is repetition.
b. Mechanical drills of early Audio-Visual approach is boring, mindless and counter productive.
c. Audio-Visual materials were open to same sort of misuse.
d. Audio Visual method doesn’t develop writing and reading skill.
e. New materials necessitated extensive use of equipment with all associated problems of black-out, extension leads, carrying tape-recorders from classroom to classroom.
The uses of audio-visual methods in teaching:
1. Audio-visual methods in teaching strengthen an instructor’s verbal presentation

2. convey information mainly via sound and image instead of by text.

3. Students often benefit from the visual/sound appeal of audio-visual methods in teaching
Audio visual Method
Based on assumption that foreign language is basically a mechanical process and it is more effective if spoken form precedes written form. The stress was on oral proficiency and carefully- structured drill sequences (mimicry/memorisation) and the idea that quality and permanence of learning are in direct proportion to amount of practice carried out.
The Principle of Audio Visual Method

–a. Selective

b. –Preparation

c. –Physical control
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