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    • GROUP VI1. ISTAWATI2. DARMAWATI3. RAHMAWATI4. YUYUN HARIANISASTATE INSTITUTE FOR ISLAMIC STUDIESTARBIYAH FACULTYENGLISH DEPARTMENTBANJARMASIN20131SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Definitions ?WHAT ?Theoritical bacground ?Main Principles(Goal,Teacher,students roles andcharacteristics) ?Reviewing the techniques ?Advanteges & Disanvantages ?Experience ?2SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • What ?Community LanguageLearning, TPR,The Natural Approach,The Silent Way,Suggestopedy.(Soenjono, 1996:30)ROLES OF STUDENTSNEED STUDENTSGTM,Direct Methodguru sebagai pemilik ilmusiswa hanya sebagai objekNewer vs Older Methods3SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Also known as Desuggestopedia Developed by Georgi Lozanov Psychological barriers4SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Georgi Lozanov.A Bulgarian psychiatristand educator.” Learning is a matter ofattitude, not aptitude.”Georgi Lozanov(1988),Foreign Language Teachers Suggestopedic Manual5SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • suggest => desuggestThis method putsimportance on “desuggestinglimitations on learning.”6SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Suggestology is tied to :1) yoga, techniques for altering states ofconsciousness and concentration, and use ofrhythmic breathing2) Soviet psychology stress in the learningenvironmentThe most conspicuous feature of suggestopedia isthe use of "music" and "musical rhythm”.7SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • 8SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Phase 1 : The teacher greets the students. The teacher distributes handouts. The teacher calls students attention to someof the comments regarding vocabulary andgrammar. The teacher reads the (text).9SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Phase 2 :The teacher puts on some music;s/he begins to read the text.The students follow along with thevoice of the teacher; the teacherallows them enough time tosilently read the translation of thetext in their mother language.10SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Phase 3 : After two-three minutes, the whole groupstands and repeats after the teacher, joiningtheir voices to the music. After this musical session, the lesson pausesand silence prevails There are silences, music is heard again.11SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Phase 4 : The teacher begins to read the text again (atnormal) rate. The students close their textbooks (handout)and listen to the teacher’s reading. The teacher asks several questions in Englishabout the text. The teacher asks students to repeat in Englishafter him/her (individually or in group).12SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Phase 5 : Evaluation: no formal test is conducted.Evaluation is usually conducted on studentsnormal performance in class.13SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Main Concernphysicalspiritualmental14SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Learning isapleasurable,naturalprocessmusicartroleplayinggames15SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Principles &Techniques16SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Teacher’s goals:Accelerate process oflearning everydaylang; reducingpsychologicalbarriersRoles: teacher asauthorityfigure..embodiestrust, respect,easily persuasive Process: comfortable,relaxing; studentschoose “new”identities; whole brainused-; feelings stronglyacknowledged, positivereinforcement; 2 phases:Receptive--Activation17SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Lang/culture:complementaryfacets ofcommunication; finearts used inclassroom Emphasis: vocabimportant; explicitgrammar but focuson using language Native lang: translationto clarify at beginninglevel..reduced asstudents advance Evaluation: in-classperformance; notformal because ofheightened anxiety Errors: communicationof intended meaningvital..teacher modelscorrect forms in laterstages18SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • RelaxingClassroomSet-upPeripheralLearning(posters)PositiveSuggestion(music)Visualization New Identity Role-Play19SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • SECOND CONCERTstudents listen with closed eyes;content determines rhythmFIRST CONCERT"receptive phase"dialog in target lang;music used to dramatizeSECONDARY ACTIVATIONlearning new info;focus on communicative intent--not formPRIMARY ACTIVATIONgroup reading dialog;varying emotionPHASES20SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Decoration Furniture Arrangement of theclassroom Authoritative behavior of theteacher The use of soft Baroquemusic (this makes the methodunique)21SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    • Role of Materials-Direct Supported Materials: Texts Tape-Indirect Supported Materials: Classroom fixtures Music Text books Learning environment22SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Learning Environment Thinking highly of students’ feeling Can arouse students’ interests and potentialto memorize The emphasis of interaction The treatments to students’ mistakes23SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Lack of flexibilityLack trust to teachersOver-emphasized of language useAbsence of tests Differences characteristics betweenstudents24SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
    •  Learning is facilitated by environment andmusic. Teacher is the authority. Psychological barriers are removed. In texts target language and its nativelanguage are given.25SUGGESTOPEDIA BY GROUP VI,IAIN ANTASARIBANJARMASIN(KUALIFIKASI GURU),TEFL 1
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