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TheBehaviourist View of LanguageLearning.<br />
BehaviouristssaythatthelanguagelearningprocessiscarriedoutthroughConditioning.<br />Conditioning: “to train or influence a...
Firstlythechildhearsthespeechsoundthathisparents  produce hisfirstyear of life…<br />
Over time he learnstoassociatewithsoundstosituations, Forexample:<br />Whenthemotherfeedsherlittlebaby, shemakessounds of ...
After a whilethechildstartsimitatingspeechsoundsthat he has heardtogetattentionfromhismother.<br />Ifthechild produces voc...
Afterthisstage, Thekid tries someutterances, thenthroughrepetition he confirmsthatcertain vocal utteranceistherightonefort...
Certainbehaviourpatternthatisnotrewardedwillnotberepeatedbythechild. Ifthemotherdoesn’tnoticecertainutterancethekidwillnot...
Languageteachersmustfollowtheseconditions of thebehaviourmodel of learning: <br />Languageislearntbypracticing. <br />Lang...
Thespokenlanguage comes beforethanthewritten.<br />Thereceptiveexperienceisnecessarybeforetheproductiveexperience.<br />Th...
Thank you for watching<br />Team:<br />Estefanía Arreola Meraz<br />Jessica Ríos Pérez<br />Ma. Graciela Espino<br />Claud...
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  1. 1. TheBehaviourist View of LanguageLearning.<br />
  2. 2. BehaviouristssaythatthelanguagelearningprocessiscarriedoutthroughConditioning.<br />Conditioning: “to train or influence a person or animal mentally so that they do or expect a particular thing without thinking about it”.<br />According to Cambridge Dictionary<br />http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/condition_3<br />
  3. 3. Firstlythechildhearsthespeechsoundthathisparents produce hisfirstyear of life…<br />
  4. 4. Over time he learnstoassociatewithsoundstosituations, Forexample:<br />Whenthemotherfeedsherlittlebaby, shemakessounds of endearment and thebabyfindsthispleasureable . Conditioningtolanguagehas begunwhenthissounds are stillpleasurablewhenthissounds are notaccompainedbyfood.<br />
  5. 5. After a whilethechildstartsimitatingspeechsoundsthat he has heardtogetattentionfromhismother.<br />Ifthechild produces vocal stimulus and thesesounds are appropiatetosoundlike a word, themotherresponds.<br />
  6. 6. Afterthisstage, Thekid tries someutterances, thenthroughrepetition he confirmsthatcertain vocal utteranceistherightoneforthething he wants.<br />He can repeatthisutterancewhen he needsit.<br />Milk<br />
  7. 7. Certainbehaviourpatternthatisnotrewardedwillnotberepeatedbythechild. Ifthemotherdoesn’tnoticecertainutterancethekidwillnotrepeatit.<br />Thisisthe natural processthat a languageteachingprogramshould try tostimulate.<br />
  8. 8. Languageteachersmustfollowtheseconditions of thebehaviourmodel of learning: <br />Languageislearntbypracticing. <br />Languagecannotbetaughtdivorcedfromthesituation. Thismustbe a meaningfulsituation. <br />To produce a right response thestudentsrequiresattention.<br />
  9. 9. Thespokenlanguage comes beforethanthewritten.<br />Thereceptiveexperienceisnecessarybeforetheproductiveexperience.<br />Thelearnermustknowifhiseffortisrightorwrong.<br />Learningisfasterifthestudentis placed tothesituation, and if he produces a correct response issaidthat he has reallylearnt.<br />
  10. 10. Thank you for watching<br />Team:<br />Estefanía Arreola Meraz<br />Jessica Ríos Pérez<br />Ma. Graciela Espino<br />Claudia Susana Alvarado Flores <br />
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