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ELT must at all times stimulate interaction as well as to be able to meet the practical needs of teachers and learners matching the realities of publishing materials.

ELT must at all times stimulate interaction as well as to be able to meet the practical needs of teachers and learners matching the realities of publishing materials.

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  • MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT IN ELT
    Questions selected from Prof. Gilberto’s Slides. Goes from 6 to 10 for Discussion and Presentation in Class.
    Licda. Guiselle Weelkly Williamson
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  • “ The most beautiful universal language spoken worldwide is English. Speaking English is a skill that can be developed by anyone willing to practice their speech daily. As an English teacher, I take great satisfaction in making what I believe is a rich contribution to my student's lives .”
  • ELT must at all times stimulate interaction as well as to be able to meet the practical needs of teachers and learners matching the realities of publishing materials.
    Brain Tomlinson presented six basic principles of  language acquisition and four principles of language teaching. He stated that they should not be random recreation of other people's idea or repertoire, or clones;  but rather, whatever, invention is portrait should be coherent following these principled applications amidst many others.
  • Comment on Principle of Language Acquisition No. 1
    The learners are exposed to a rich, meaningful, and comprehensive input of language in use. Learners need a lot of experience of the language being used in a variety of different ways for a variety of purposes.
  • EachOne
    Has
    a
    Different Way of Learning
  • Which are some of the benefits of “repetitions in extensive reading”?
    The learners will :
    • Gained new vocabulary items.
    • Optimal space between the repetitions.
    • Previous knowledge is still retained.
    • There is novelty to the repeated one.
    • Word occurring each time in a new context.
    • Elaboration with the new word that stretches its meaning for the learner.
  • What do you understand by “corpora of language use”?
    Language: body of words and the systems for their use common to a people of the same community, nation, cultural tradition, and more.
    Corpora (corpus): Large or complete collection of writings, collection of utterances, as spoken or written sentences, taken as a representative sample of a given language or dialect and used for linguistic analysis.
  • It is the method to now how the language is typically used. Throughout history there have been a development of language use, and we now know a lot more about language used than we did 30 years ago.
  • Comment on “contextualization vs. decontextualization” in teaching and materials development.
    Contextualizationisprovidingthelearnerwiththeinformationtheyneed to developawareness of howthe target languageisactuallyused.
  • Decontextualization do notcontainenoughinformationabouttheuser, theadressee(s), therelationshipsbetweentheinteractants, thesettings, theintentions, ortheoutcomes for them to be of value to thelanguagelearner.
  • “Give him the keys. Let him drive it.” Share your thought on the previous statement.
    In order for us to interpret this thought we need:
    • Know what it really means.
    • Why the speaker has used that imperative.
    • Who is saying it?
    • Who they are saying it to?
    • What has happened before?
    • What the objectives of the conversations are?
  • Teachers have the great responsibility of motivating the learners'  needs by helping them to develop a positive mentally as they engage in the target language, in their learning environment, as they interact with their teachers and  classmates.