AUDIOLINGUAL METHODKEYLA CASTRO/CAROLINA MARISCALMETHODOLOGY IUNIVERSIDAD DE LAS AMÉRICAS
   Language is speech, not    writing… language is a set of    habits… teach the language, not    about the language… a l...
The entry of the U.S intoWorld War II had asignificant effect onlanguage teaching inamerica.
The U.S Government needed                                 people whith fluency in other                                 la...
Theory of Language   Structuralism:-   Grammatical rules-   Structural Level (phonetic, phonemic,    morphological, synta...
Theory of learning Known as behavioral phycology Study of human behavior Stimulus, encourage the repetition. Learner’s ...
Design   Objectives:-   Short-range; training comprehention-   Long-range; used by the native speaker   Syllabus:-   Con...
   Repetition   Inflexion   Replacement   Restatmen   Complention   Transposition   Expansion   Contraction   Tra...
Learner’s role
Teacher’s role
The role of instructionalmaterials Books         Tape recorders         Audiovisual         Language laboratory
Procedure   Oral instruction   Target language use   Model dialogue;    repetition, correction, pronunciation, memoriza...
   Repetion of a model dialogue. Teacher correct    mistakes.   Adapted to the student’s interest.   Key structures sel...
The decline of audiolingualism              Reached its period of most               widespread use in 1960.            ...
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  1. 1. AUDIOLINGUAL METHODKEYLA CASTRO/CAROLINA MARISCALMETHODOLOGY IUNIVERSIDAD DE LAS AMÉRICAS
  2. 2.  Language is speech, not writing… language is a set of habits… teach the language, not about the language… a language is what its native speaker say, not what someone thinks they ought to say… languages are different” William Moulton, 1961.
  3. 3. The entry of the U.S intoWorld War II had asignificant effect onlanguage teaching inamerica.
  4. 4. The U.S Government needed people whith fluency in other languages to work as a translators or interpreters. The Goverment ask to Universities to create a program for military personnel. ASTP, army specialized training program. By Leronard Bloomdield at Yale.Dr. Charles Fries (1939 );Michigan University.Depeloped the first EnglishLanguage Institute in the U.S.Teaching English as a 2ndforeign language.
  5. 5. Theory of Language Structuralism:- Grammatical rules- Structural Level (phonetic, phonemic, morphological, syntax.- Behaviour
  6. 6. Theory of learning Known as behavioral phycology Study of human behavior Stimulus, encourage the repetition. Learner’s reaction to the stimulus Reinforcement, extrinsic aproval and intrinsicself-satisfaction
  7. 7. Design Objectives:- Short-range; training comprehention- Long-range; used by the native speaker Syllabus:- Contains the key items of phonology, morphology and sintax.- In order to listening, speaking, reading and writing. Types of learning and teaching activities:- Dialogue and drills are essential to classroom practices.
  8. 8.  Repetition Inflexion Replacement Restatmen Complention Transposition Expansion Contraction Transformation Intergration Rejoinder Restoration
  9. 9. Learner’s role
  10. 10. Teacher’s role
  11. 11. The role of instructionalmaterials Books Tape recorders Audiovisual Language laboratory
  12. 12. Procedure Oral instruction Target language use Model dialogue; repetition, correction, pronunciation, memoriza tion Dialogue adapted Structure; used for pattern drills Textbook Follow-up activities; language laboratory
  13. 13.  Repetion of a model dialogue. Teacher correct mistakes. Adapted to the student’s interest. Key structures selected from the dialogue. Textbooks reference. Follow-up activities (4 skills) Follow-up activities at language laboratory
  14. 14. The decline of audiolingualism  Reached its period of most widespread use in 1960.  Attaqued as being unsound in language and learning terms.  Professionals had short expectations in results.  Unable to transfer skills  Boring and unsatisfying  Chomsky’s theory, Transformational theroy based on behaviour : “Language is not an habit structure, is creative and generated.”

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