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  • 1. Ministry of EducationDirectorate of Education (Holy Capital) East Center English Department
  • 2. What is authentic material ? What are the kinds of authentic material ?
  • 3. There are different kinds of authenticmaterials:1- Realia (objects).2- Printed texts (books, newspapers).3- Different kinds of images (photographs, posters).4- Multimedia materials (audio tapes, video tapes, CDs, DVDs, computer-basedprograms).
  • 4. Reasons for using authentic materials in the classroom:• They enable the learner to hear, read, andproduce language as it is used in the target culture.• They reflect real use of language in culturallyappropriate contexts.
  • 5. • They are interesting and motivating.• They can be chosen according to learner interestsor needs, or be chosen by learners themselvesfor their own purposes.• Through their use, learners can begin to developsurvival language skills, learning to develop atolerance for what they cannot understand in orderto get as much information as they can fromwhat they do understand.
  • 6. Guidelines for choosing authentic materials:• The materials are appropriate for the learner agegroup in terms of interest and level of languageproficiency.• The materials contain examples of the point of thelesson, illustrating authentic use of the language points.• The materials are in a style of English learners aremost likely to hear and use. For example, listening textscan include any of the various forms of native speakerEnglish and/or examples of nativeand non-native English that are likely to be used in thelearners’ environment.
  • 7. • Materials are available locally, on theInternet, or have been collected by the teacher.• The materials are of good quality, whetherprint, sound, pictures, or other graphics.• The materials can be used in the classroomfor authentic-like tasks or activities.
  • 8. Observation Guide [Read before viewing.]Look for the following as you view the video. Repeatit as many times as needed.1. Describe the realia in as much detail as possible.2. Notice how the teacher is using the realia. List what you think the purpose is for this lessonand for using this type of realia.
  • 9. 3. Notice the age and profi ciency level of thestudents. Look for behaviors that tell youwhether or not this activity is a good match forthese students.4. Look for behaviors that tell you whether or not students are enjoying this activity and whether or not they are learning the words and theirmeanings.
  • 10. Reflection[Read and answer after viewing.]1. How old are the students? What is their Englishproficiency level? Is the realia appropriate for this level? How did they demonstrate understanding?2. How do you think the teacher got the dolls? Could the teacher conduct this lesson without the dolls? What are the advantages and challenges of using this type of realia and the realia that the older children brought to class?
  • 11. 3. What are students’ reactions to the dolls? To the show-and-tell items from home? What aresome things the teacher might do in subsequentlessons to build on each of these lessons? Whatare some real-life items you might find in aclassroom for teens? For adults?
  • 12. 4. Do you think the realia for eachclass effectively met the purpose ofthe lesson? Why or why not? Could the teacher use the realia again? If yes, for what purpose(s)?