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  • Considering the social and political impact of ELT. Regardng thecontextual mattters Being a reflective practitioners
  • We see many textbooks that simply tell us how to teach enlgish language and show us certain steps …these textbooks as pennycook says only present a a how-to- approach that does not capture the complexity of language and language teaching.
  • Pennycook talks about the weaknesses of viewing ELT in the framework of methods and best techiniques.
  • Langauge teahcing and the search for the best methods dates from beginning of 19 th century.
  • Gtm—alm REFLECTS THE STRUCTURALIST LINGUISITCS and grammar based teahcing in 50s and 60s
  • His articles focus on localization and particularityor pedagogies…his main claim is that there is a big need to go beyond the limitations of the concept of method.
  • Language pedagogy must be relevant All edagogy is local.and it should consider the lived experience of the teachers and the learners. Pedagogies should be context-sensitive, location- specific pedagogy should be based on the local linguistic, sociocultural, and political particularities. 2. Briging the gap between th. And practice. Teachers are seen merely as implementos of theories.context ensitive pedagogical knowledge hs to emerge form teachers and their practice of everyday. IT AIMS FOR TECHER GENERATED THEORY OF PRACTICE! 3. ANY PEDAGOGY IS IMPLICATED IN RELATIONS OF POWER AND DOMINANCE AND IT IS IMPLEMENTED TO CREATE AND SUSTAIN SOCIAL INEQULITIES. It is important to acknowledge students class, race gender and ethnicity..recognizing the subject positioning
  • Postmethod learner:autonomous learner acaemic autonomy and social autonomy ee page 546 Postmethod teacher: entails reasonable degree of professional ad personal knowledge Need to break away frm the constraing concept of method Postmethod teache educator: recognizing teacher candidates voices ad legitimzing their knowledge –the interaction should be dialogic in bakthinia sense

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