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Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
Teaching grammar to yle
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  • 1. Prof. Adjunto Regular: Estela N. BRAUN Practice II, Special Didactics of ELT and Practicum at Primary School Level, 2013. Foreign Languages Department, Humanities College, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa (UNLPam) CHAPTER 5: LEARNING GRAMMAR TEACHING LANGUAGES TO YOUNG LEARNERS , LYNNE CAMERON .CUP (2001)
  • 2. A PLACE FOR GRAMMAR • What does the conversation between the autor and a child (page 96) tell us about the role of grammar in the YLE knowledge of a foregin language? • MODELLING • USE OF BODY LANGUAGE • MEANING • DRAWINGS • EMBEDDED IN A TOPIC • CONTEXTUALIZED
  • 3. EXPANDING LANGUAGE RESOURCES • LEXIS BIG It was very big.
  • 4. NOTICING GRAMMAR The child does not notice the gramar of the sentence, but he/ she may get the whole phrase, as a chunk, because he/she is absorbed in the meaning of the message.
  • 5. FROM FORMULAIC SPEECH OR CHUNKS TO GRAMMAR • The chunk may be:  Used as a whole  Broken down and re-used: It was very dangerous  The child starts a process of GRAMMAR CONSTRUCTION
  • 6. GRAMMAR AND YLE Grammar is necessary to express MEANINGS in DISCOURSE. Grammar and lexis are closely linked. Grammar learning can evolve from the learning of chunks of language. Talking about something MEANINGFUL with the child can be a useful way to introduce gramar. Grammar can be taught without technical labels (VERY) Watch video orals for YLE
  • 7. DIFFERENT MEANINGS OF GRAMMAR Grammar as a structure or a SYSTEM. But language is constantly changing (teenagers, Real Spanish Academy: how to write on the Internet) When we teach a foreign language we need to FIX it: Breaking language into Word-sized bits (vocabulary) Breaking language into patterns: grammar rules They describe what people usually do.
  • 8. THEORETICAL AND PEDAGOGIC GRAMMARS • Theoretical linguistis: • CHOMSKY • HALLIDAY: language as a tool to express meaning, functional systemic gramar • CORPUS LINGUISTICS • Descriptive grammars, theoretically sound and elegant, but not meant for teaching.
  • 9. PEDAGOGICAL GRAMMARS • They are explicit descritpions of patterns, rules in a language, presented in ways thata re helpful to teachers and to learners. • (Show books as examples)
  • 10. INTERNAL GRAMMARS • Answer questionnaire. Questionnaire: Lynne Cameron. Chapter 5:PRACTICAL 17. • • INTERNAL GRAMMARS • How will learners meet pedagogical grammars? • What are the characteristics of an internal grammar? What other name does it receive? • How does the difference between teaching and learning apply to it? • What factors influence the growth from words to grammar? • How does hypothesis testing proceed? • What is the importance of errors? • What is the influence of the L1 over the L2? TRANSFER. • Explain different ways to teach grammar. Summarize them.

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