CONTENTS:•LANGUAGE TEACHING ANDLEARNING PRINCIPLES•PEDAGOGICS SKILLS•TEACHING ENGLISH AS A GLOBALLANGUAGE – A PROPOSAL•INTERNATIONALEXAMINATIONS •GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR TEACHING ELL STUDENTS •A SAMPLING OF TEACHING STRATEGIES
PAIDOGOGICS PEDAGOGICSLANGUAGE HEBEGOGICS TEACHING AND LEARNINGPRINCIPLES ANDRAGOGICS GERANTOGOGICS
A SAMPLING OF TEACHING STRATEGIES TPR and Language Acquisition - YouTube.flv
It involves student participationin small-group learning activitiesthat promote positiveinteractions. The teacher/peer then reads the story back as it was written, while the student follows along. Then the student reads the story aloud or silently. This approach helps students learn how language is encoded as they watch it written down.
The teacher does not evaluate what is written, but models correct language and provides a non-threatening opportunity for ELL students to communicate in writing with someone proficient in English. It consists of several linkedstrategies, including modelingacademic language; contextualizingacademic language using visuals,gestures, and demonstrations; andusing hands-on learning activitiesthat involve academic language.
Teachers can use texts that are bilingual or involve a student’s native culture, organize entire lessons around cultural content, and encourage students to use their own language when they cannot find the appropriate word in English.Creating a visual, such as semantic webs, with the topic in the center and students’ knowledgesurrounding it, is a good way to engage students in the topic and to find out what they already know.
Culture study, in this context, is a project in which students do research and share information about their own cultural history. Such studies can be appropriateat any grade level and incorporate many skills, including reading, writing, speaking
Realia gives students theopportunity to use all of theirsenses to learn about a givensubject, and is appropriate forany grade or skill level.