Tkt module 1 units 5,6

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Tkt module 1 units 5,6

  1. 1. TKT Module 1 Unit 5 – Reading Unit 6 - Writing
  2. 2. Languge skills Receptive skills – speaking and listening Productive skills – reading and writing
  3. 3. Reading involves: Recognition of letters Recognition of words Recognition of meaning of words Making sense of text Understanding the connection between sentences
  4. 4. Connection of the sentences: By grammar and vocabulary;
  5. 5. Connection of the sentences: By grammar and vocabulary By knowlegde of the world
  6. 6. The boy was surprised because he girl was much fasterat running than he was. Then he found out that hermother had won a medal for running at the OlympicGames.
  7. 7. Connection of the sentences: By grammar or vocabulary – cohision By the knowledge of world - coherence
  8. 8. Reading subskills: Reading for specific information – scanning Reading for gist – skimming Reading for detail Extensive reading (mind intensive reading)
  9. 9. Key concepts: Learners transfer their subskills from L1 to L2 Giving opportunities for extensive reading helps students develop their fluency in reading (both in and out of class) As teachers we follow the language levels when working with reading – letter – word – phrase – sentence – text. Choose the right texts for your learners. Simplify the task or make it more difficult Use authentic materials Different comprehension tasks develop different subskills
  10. 10. The activities in a reading lesson: Pre-reading activities Main activities Post activities
  11. 11. Unit 6 - Writing
  12. 12. Writing is a productive skill.Involves: Producing letters Producing words Producing sentences Prtoducing texts
  13. 13. Writing subskills: Accuracy Communicating a message
  14. 14. Stages of writing: Brainstorming Making notes Planning Writing a draft Editing (correcting and impoving) Producing another draft Proof-reading (checking for mistakes)
  15. 15. Writing skills differ at different age: At primary level we teach how to write letters and words, post cards, invitations. At secondary level we need to focus on longer texts (letters, emails etc.) When teaching writing we focus both on accuracy and communicating a message. Personalisation drives the development of writing.

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