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1930 -1060British
Harold Palmer A.S Hornby
Leaders Movement
Impact
Course
Textbook
EFL (English as Foreign Language)
Example: Indonesia
ESL (English as Second Language)
Example: India
GOALS
• Knowing students’ knowledge
• Introducing target language
• Improving pronunciation, speaking and
reading ability
Focus
Vocabulary
Control
Grammar
Control
Spoken
Language
Reading
Skill
• Spoken language
• Target language
• New language point
• Vocabulary selection procedures
• Closely grade grammar
• Writi...
Theory of Learning
Behaviorism
Approach
Theory of Language
Structuralism
Theory of Language
Speech
Basis of Language
Structure
Speaking Ability
Command
Accuracy
Objectives
Responding
Automatic control
Sentence pattern Vocabulary
1 st lesson this is …. Book, pencil, pen
that is …. Desk
2 nd lesson these are…. Chair, door, ...
Listen
Learner Role
Respond
Model
Teacher Role
Setting up Situations
Textbook
Material Role
Visual Aids
Controlled
Oral use
(sentence pattern)
Procedure
(speech, reading and
writing)
Automatic use
Free practice
• Pronunciation
• Revision
• Presentation
• Oral practice
• Reading of material
Main Body of The Lesson
• Suitable for introduction to the language
• Oral production without risk
• Values practical grammar and vocabulary
• An ...
• Boring
• Ineffective
• Teacher-controlled
• Conflicts with natural acquisition
Weakness
Oral approach
Vocabulary control
Syllabus of SLT
Grammatical control
Conclution
What is your name ?
Look up your dictionary!
have you had breakfast?
Games
Introduction Greeting Meeting
Present tenseName...
ELTIT
ELCITRA
OTNI N NOITA
Games
1. The approach that use spoken language(oral
approach)
2. One of focus of oral approach (vocabulary)
3. Country use...
A long time ago, there was a young unlucky
duckling which name is Ducky. He lived in a small farm
near an old jungle. He h...
Power Point Oral Approach Of Method Of Teaching Engglish
Power Point Oral Approach Of Method Of Teaching Engglish
Power Point Oral Approach Of Method Of Teaching Engglish
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  1. 1. 1930 -1060British Harold Palmer A.S Hornby Leaders Movement
  2. 2. Impact Course Textbook EFL (English as Foreign Language) Example: Indonesia ESL (English as Second Language) Example: India
  3. 3. GOALS • Knowing students’ knowledge • Introducing target language • Improving pronunciation, speaking and reading ability
  4. 4. Focus Vocabulary Control Grammar Control Spoken Language Reading Skill
  5. 5. • Spoken language • Target language • New language point • Vocabulary selection procedures • Closely grade grammar • Writing and reading introduced
  6. 6. Theory of Learning Behaviorism Approach Theory of Language Structuralism
  7. 7. Theory of Language Speech Basis of Language Structure Speaking Ability
  8. 8. Command Accuracy Objectives Responding Automatic control
  9. 9. Sentence pattern Vocabulary 1 st lesson this is …. Book, pencil, pen that is …. Desk 2 nd lesson these are…. Chair, door, bag those are…. Window, picture 3 rd lesson is this…? Yes it is. Watch, box, ruler is that…? Yes it is. Blackboard
  10. 10. Listen Learner Role Respond Model Teacher Role Setting up Situations Textbook Material Role Visual Aids
  11. 11. Controlled Oral use (sentence pattern) Procedure (speech, reading and writing) Automatic use Free practice
  12. 12. • Pronunciation • Revision • Presentation • Oral practice • Reading of material Main Body of The Lesson
  13. 13. • Suitable for introduction to the language • Oral production without risk • Values practical grammar and vocabulary • An accessible method for teachers • Inexpensive to use Strengths
  14. 14. • Boring • Ineffective • Teacher-controlled • Conflicts with natural acquisition Weakness
  15. 15. Oral approach Vocabulary control Syllabus of SLT Grammatical control Conclution
  16. 16. What is your name ? Look up your dictionary! have you had breakfast? Games Introduction Greeting Meeting Present tenseName your is what? Infinitive Order Class Your dictionary look up! Imperative To beVerb 3Question Had you have breakfast? Present Perfect
  17. 17. ELTIT ELCITRA OTNI N NOITA
  18. 18. Games 1. The approach that use spoken language(oral approach) 2. One of focus of oral approach (vocabulary) 3. Country uses EFL (Indonesia) 4. Country uses ESL (malaysia or india) 5. One of oral approache leaders movement (hornby) 6. In class English as... Language (target) 7. The appllying of oral approach usually.... New language(introduce) 8. Oral approach is used in ... Of SLT (syllabus)
  19. 19. A long time ago, there was a young unlucky duckling which name is Ducky. He lived in a small farm near an old jungle. He has neither friend nor parent. Because Ducky is the only species of duck in the farm, he felt lonely and sad as well. Parent duckling name small farm Neither young ducky species sad The Unlucky Duckling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Parent Duckling Name SmallFarm Neither Young Ducky SpeciesSad
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