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T then gives students Ss opportunity to practise the point in a controlled exercise.
T monitors and notes errors and interesting points. T intervenes only when asked or when absolutely necessary. Ss also have the opportunity to clear up puzzling points.
This was the standard method until a few years ago. Now there are a number of possibilities open to the teacher.
You will be introduced to these at a later stage. Activities Classroom activities should, as far as is possible, be carried out in the target language English.
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Having said this, there may sometimes be occasions where allowing the students to briefly discuss a point in their native tongue can promote greater understanding and assimilation of new information. This is controversial issue and should not usually be permitted.
There are many different types of activities. They provide speaking, listening, writing and reading practice as well as aiding production. They can be found in books containing supplementary material such as the Reward Resource Packs.
Many teachers enjoy creating their own activities, which can be tailored specifically to their classes needs. Activities used in the classroom must be selected carefully as if they are above the level of the students they can destroy self-confidence and if below they can bore the students.
Activities usually involve the students working together either in pairs or in small groups. Activities are often used to practise real- life situations involving social interaction and so a high level of social and functional language should be expected.
They can be used as the basis for classroom activities. Once again not only must the activity be appropriate to the level of the students but the materials used must be appropriate too.
Text-based materials For example practice exercises, reading passages, gap fills, recordings, etc. They form an essential part of most lessons. Modern Language Journal, 98 3 , Researching complex dynamic systems: 'Retrodictive qualitative modelling' in the language classroom.
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Language Teaching, 47 1 , Directed Motivational Currents: Using vision to create effective motivational pathways. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, 3 3 , Motivation and vision: An analysis of future L2 self images, sensory styles, and imagery capacity across two target languages.
Where does psychology and second language acquisition research connect? The Language Teacher, 34 2 , Communicative language teaching in the 21st century: The 'principled communicative approach'.
Perspectives, 36 2 , Moreover, all the components are interrelated. Vocabulary can be expanded through definition, synonyms and antonyms, and study of cognates and false cognates.
This is the learning type emphasised by most school instruction. Receipts are not required for per diem expenses. Sometimes there are no models.
For an example, see Chapter 8. Learners should not only be given the opportunity to say what they want to say in the second language; they should be encouraged to develop a personality in the second language with which they are comfortable.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Enabling students to communicate successfully is also very rewarding. It also regulates content, the standard number of annual teaching hours at lower-level secondary junior high schools, subject areas, subjects, and the standard number of required credits at upper-level secondary senior high schools.
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