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  • 1. context Derived from as science Developed by isSuggestology Sistematic study of the rational and/or nonconscious Georgi as a theory is influences. Lozanov Method taken from purport to describe howattentiveness is yoga Sovietmanipulated to Psychology optimize Borrowing and modifing Notion learning and tecnhiques for that recall. Characteristics Altering states of All students can be consciousness and taught a given Arrangement concentration subject matter at of the the same level of classroom skill decoration furniture
  • 2. Suggestopedia Students´ Teacher´s Role Role they need Related to to respect and trust the teacherauthority embodies In concequence respect figure trust Students Students feel learn more better secure
  • 3. Suggestopedia It directs students not to It uses vocabulary Music and memorizationmusical rhythm theory and acquiring As therapy habits of Principles speech, but to act theoretical of components communication”. materialauthority infantilization Double – Planedness Language to Intonation, Rhyt hm, and Concert be learnt Pseudo – PassivenessJuan Carlos Maureira GalazJavier Eduardo Castro Noches
  • 4. Advantages DisadvantagesStudents are relaxed and confident. There may be resistance to learningAffective learning. because not all people like music, theyLanguage learning comes easily and can find classical music irritating thannaturally. stimulating.Authority. Possibility that exaggeration of rhythmActivates the mental potential, trust the may be perceived “odd” and Illogical.power of the mind. Ignores mechanical activities.Allow students to get better acquainted. Physical limitation, when there are a( Krashen, 1989) lot of students and financial andAuthority helps in make students to environmental limitations.believe in teachers. Not very suitable for adults.Learning from conscious andsubconsious.Students feel responsible for their ownlearning.Friendly learning atmosphere.
  • 5. Summary of a Class Aplicattion of Psicological and instructional techniques and three stages Material Primary Secondarypresentation Activation Activation
  • 6. Suggestopedia Summary of a Class It explains Use ofEducational aim the related grammar Classical music points briefly It makes andStudents feel humanistic Communicative intention and imaginative games activities Related to Linguistic material
  • 7. Role of the abilities Listening Skills Focused in relaxation through music Focused on dialogues, communicative Speaking Skills activities. Presented explicitly and Grammar skills spontaneously Reading skills Teacher reads again and again to students, The teacher varies the intonation and the rhythm of his/her voice when reading to the students integration Retention of words, girls retained more. memorization They help students to Receptivity Related to movements reach a certain state of and atention relaxation
  • 8. Relation with Brown`s Principle suggestopediaRelated to cognitiveprinciples Related to Socioaffective Importance of principles unconsciusnessAutomaticity Language culture(Autonomy) connetion USED TO REACH Teachers also teach ways of thinking, feeling and ancting Communicative competence THE GOAL OF Students of a second language
  • 9. References Brown, H. Douglas (1987).Principles of language learning and teaching. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall KemaloĞglu, Elif (2005), “Suggestopedia” Lozanov, Georgi, and Evalina Gateva. The Foreign Language Teacher´s Suggestopedic Manual. Montreux: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1988. Richards, Jack C., and Theodore S. Rodgers. Approaches and Methods in Language Learning. 2nd ed. N.p.: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 100- 107. Schiffler, Ludger. Suggestopedic Methods and Applications. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1992. 5-47. Web http://www.auburn.edu/~nunnath/engl6240/principl.html http://www.yde.yildiz.edu.tr/uddo/belgeler/inca-ekemalog- sugg.htm http://myenglishpages.com/blog/suggestopedia/