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Transcript of PEDAGOGY
Juan Carlos Olalde
Ruby Salazar S METH IA 29/09/2012 What do applied linguists do? Educational psychology involves the study of how people learn, including topics such as student outcomes, the instructional process, individual differences in learning, gifted learners and learning disabilities. Montessori Erikson Vygotsky Piaget Gardner Self-construction,
spontaneous activity Focused his research on the effects of society and culture on individual psychological development. Vygotsky’s contribution was his insistence on the significant influence of social activities with meaning in consciousness. Multiple Intelligence Theory The First and Second World Wars witnessed important developments in psychology and educational sciences, which became the basis for the study of second language learning. Applied linguistics was founded in the late 1950s by linguists and educators. Areas of study for applied linguistics are: • 1st and 2nd language acquisition. • Communication
and communication disorders. • language and the media • language and the law • language and technology • translation and interpretation • literacy conversational analysis and rhetoric -How can languages best be learnt and taught?
-What social factors affect language learning?
-How can technology be used to contribute to the effectiveness of language teaching/learning?
-What are the related problems associated with language disorders? How can these be prevented? "(…) applied linguistics has been called a problem-based activity. "
(Corder, S.P., 1973: 138)
"A working definition of applied linguistics will then be: the theoretical and empirical investigation of real-world problems in which language is a central issue."(Brumfit, 1997: 93 )
"Applied Linguistics is grounded in real-world, language driven problems and issues."
(Grabe, W. 2002: 11-12). 1. Developing theories and models
2. Mediating and implementing theories
3. Analysing language for pedagogical application
4. Carrying out research into learning and teaching For example There are 3 main learning theories:
Constructuvism In the behaviorism the way that we learn its by the conditioning. In the cognitivism the most important for the learning proccess is the person and the preview knowledge. In the constructivism the person build knowledge by the experience.