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A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
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A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching

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The History of Methods of the English as a Second Language

The History of Methods of the English as a Second Language

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  • 1. METHODS AND APPROACHES OF A SECOND LANGUAGE Unit 1. Principles for a Second Language Acquisition Text: A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching Professor: César Hernández April, 2010 MAESTRIA EN EDUCACION BILINGÜE MEB
  • 2. A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching Method History Cicle Approach Technique Design
  • 3. A ¨Methodical¨ History of Language Teaching
    • What do we mean by th term method?
    • How do methods reflect various trends of disciplinary thought?
    • How does current research on language learning and teaching help us to distinguish, between passing fads and the good stuff?
  • 4.
    • Edward Anthony (1963)
    • Approach: Transition between Nature Language,
    • Learning and Teaching
    • Method: Systematic Representation of Language.
    • Technique: Activities in the Classroom.
    • Example: Suggestopedia Method
    Approach, Method and Technique 2010 1880 1980 1963 1982
  • 5. Approach, Method and Technique 2010 1880 1980 1963 1982
    • Jack Richards and Theodore Rodgers (1982)
    • Approach: Theories about Natural Language and Language Learning.
    • Design: Relation between Theories and Classroom Material and Activities.
    • Procedures: Technique and practices.
  • 6. Approach, Method and Technique 2010 1880 1980 1963 1982
    • Jack Richards and Theodore Rodgers (1982)
    • Principal Contributions:
    • 1) Elements of Language-Teaching Designs:
    • Objectives, Syllabus, Activities, Learner roles,
    • Teacher roles and Role of Instructional Material.
    • 2) Separate the discrete methods are the essential building blocks of methodology.
  • 7. Method Approach Design Procedure a) A theory of native language. b) A theory of the nature of language learning. a) The specific objectives of the method. b) Learning activities. c) A syllabus model. d) Learner roles. e) Teacher roles. f) The role of instructional materials a) Classroom techniques, practices and observed is used.
  • 8.
    • Complete the Chart:
    • Which approaches, techniques and methods do you apply in your daily class ?
    Conclusion Approach Technique Method

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