The lexical approach is a
method of teaching
languages described by
M. Lewis in the 1993s.
The basic concept on
which this...
A lexical approach in language teaching
refers to one derived from the belief that
the building blocks of language learnin...
Focus of an
development of
a vocabulary,
meaningful
chunks,
combine or
recombine to
know about
different
function or
purpo...
Language
is
Grammati
calized
lexis not
lexicalised
grammar.
Successful
language is a
wider concept
than accurate
language.
LEXICAL
UNITSingle
Word
Polly
word
Binomials
&
Trinomials
Similes
Connectives
Fixed
Expression
&
Semi Fixed
Expression
Idi...
SINGLE WORD : Book, Pen etc.
POLLY WORD : By the way, Anyway
etc.
TRINOMIALS : Cool, Calm etc.
BINOMIALS : Clean, Tidy etc...
COLLOCATION
OR
WORDPATNERSHIP
Adj + N
N + N
V + NAd.V + PP
V + Ad.V
Introduction of chunks, practice of
chunks, accumulation of chunks, use
of chunks and collocations.
Teaching individual ...
Extending what students already know
by adding knowledge of collocation.
restrictions to know vocabulary.
Storing collo...
•Lexis is the basis of language.
• Ask and processes are emphasized.
•One of the central organizing principles
of any mean...
It lacks full
characterization
of an approach
lack of a
detailed learning
THE WEAKNESS
The lexical approach teach about
word and word combination.
There are collocation, idiom, etc.
Teach about the good langua...
Lexical approach by umi darda, smstr 6 unit 4
Lexical approach by umi darda, smstr 6 unit 4
Lexical approach by umi darda, smstr 6 unit 4
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Lexical approach by umi darda, smstr 6 unit 4

  1. 1. The lexical approach is a method of teaching languages described by M. Lewis in the 1993s. The basic concept on which this approach rests is the idea that an important part of learning a language consists of being able to understand and produce lexical phrases as
  2. 2. A lexical approach in language teaching refers to one derived from the belief that the building blocks of language learning and communication are not grammar, functions, notions, or some other unit of planning and teaching but lexis, that is, words and words combinations.
  3. 3. Focus of an development of a vocabulary, meaningful chunks, combine or recombine to know about different function or purpose.
  4. 4. Language is Grammati calized lexis not lexicalised grammar. Successful language is a wider concept than accurate language.
  5. 5. LEXICAL UNITSingle Word Polly word Binomials & Trinomials Similes Connectives Fixed Expression & Semi Fixed Expression Idioms
  6. 6. SINGLE WORD : Book, Pen etc. POLLY WORD : By the way, Anyway etc. TRINOMIALS : Cool, Calm etc. BINOMIALS : Clean, Tidy etc. SIMILES : He cute as a kitten CONNECTIVES : Finally, Than etc FIXED EXPRESSION : Good Morning. SEMI FIXED EXPRES : The problem is… IDIOM : As slippery as an eel.
  7. 7. COLLOCATION OR WORDPATNERSHIP Adj + N N + N V + NAd.V + PP V + Ad.V
  8. 8. Introduction of chunks, practice of chunks, accumulation of chunks, use of chunks and collocations. Teaching individual collocations. Making students aware of collocations. THE WAYS
  9. 9. Extending what students already know by adding knowledge of collocation. restrictions to know vocabulary. Storing collocations through encouraging students to keep a lexical notebook.
  10. 10. •Lexis is the basis of language. • Ask and processes are emphasized. •One of the central organizing principles of any meaning-centered syllabus should be lexis.
  11. 11. It lacks full characterization of an approach lack of a detailed learning THE WEAKNESS
  12. 12. The lexical approach teach about word and word combination. There are collocation, idiom, etc. Teach about the good language learners do and how to do it. It is lexically based theory of language. Learning lexis is not an easy task, it is a slow and complex process which require a lot of dedication and effort from teachers and learners. CONCLUSION

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