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audiolingualism

  1. 1. ADIOLINGUALISM BY: PAOLA HELMER JULY
  2. 2. ORIGIN•USA- 1950- technologies- Soviet Union-satellite.•USA- major power- foreign students.•Rethink the Direct Method.•Fries and his group in Michigan –materialsbased on behaviorism (Skinner)- emergedthe audio lingual method.•“ “ they require drill, drill, and moredrill, and only enough vocabulary to makesuch drills possible & quot; (Hockett 1959).•The need to learn a foreign language –foreign correspondents.•After the war- technology rush- foreignstudents at US Universities.
  3. 3. WHAT IS ADIOLINGUALISM?•Language learning is amatter of habitformation.Audiolingualism is basedon behaviorism. Someauthors refer to it as anapproach and some referto it as just a method
  4. 4. BEHAVIORISM•Is described as adevelopmental theory thatmeasure observable behaviorsproduced by a learner’sresponse to stimuli.
  5. 5. THEORY OF LEARNING
  6. 6. THEORY OF LANGUAGE
  7. 7. *LEARNER ROLE.*TEACHER ROLE.* MATERIAL ROLE.
  8. 8. FEAUTURES•Explanation is not given untilthe learners have practicedthe language in a variety ofcontexts;•Drills can enable learners toform a correct analogy;•Grammar approach is inductive
  9. 9. PROCEDURE.
  10. 10. TYPES OF ACTIVITIES:REPETITION : I know him- I know him .INFLECTION : She bought the doll .- Shebought the dollsREPLACEMENT : Paul drinks water - Pauldrinks wine .COMPLETION: I have my book and you… ihave my book and you have yours.
  11. 11. TH A N K S

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