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Perspectives in teaching
Perspectives in teaching
Perspectives in teaching
Perspectives in teaching
Perspectives in teaching
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Perspectives in teaching

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It is a brief presentation about perspectives in English language teaching.

It is a brief presentation about perspectives in English language teaching.

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  • 1. INSIGHTS ABOUT DIDACTIC PERSPECTIVES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING
  • 2. AGENDAAGENDA IMPORTANCE OF NLE (Relevance in the context) CONCLUSIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • 3. KEY CONCEPTSKEY CONCEPTS Concepts taken from: Merriam-Webster Online Ddictionary Didactic: ¨designed or intended to teach¨ Perspective: ¨the interrelation in which a subject or its parts are mentally viewed¨ www.egoogle.com www.egoogle.com
  • 4. 5 TYPES OF PERSPECTIVES IN5 TYPES OF PERSPECTIVES IN TEACHINGTEACHING Based on Daniel Pratt (2000).
  • 5. Based on Harmer (2001). Based on Brown (2007) •Describing learners •Language learning & teaching •Learners differences •Age Factors •Motivation •Psychological Factors •Roles of the teacher •Sociocultural Factors •Syllabus Design •Linguistic Factors •Planning lessons Enhance Learning EnvironmentsEnhance Learning Environments Theoretical foundations of language teaching Methods & Approaches Haley, M. Austin, T. (2004) Behaviorist Methods Grammar/Translation Direct Audiolingual Rationalist Methods Cognitive Anti-Method Cognitive-Code Method Functional Approaches CALLA TPR TPRS Natural Humanistic Approaches CLL The Silent way Suggestopedia Rassias Method
  • 6. WHAT TO DO? HOW TO DO IT?WHAT TO DO? HOW TO DO IT?  It would be expected teachers explore and create learning environments where learning can take place.  I would also be necessary to empower students use new technology tools for learning. Library Language Resource Centre Classroom Home Using NLE would bring: •Development of the community. •Fostering students autonomy. •Raising interest in students to foster their language level. Images taken from www.egoogle.com
  • 7. LANGUAGE LEARNINGLANGUAGE LEARNING The report of the 21st century literacy (The New Media Consortium, 2005) highlights the idea to develop and expand the different multiliteracies skills that are emerging nowadays. Learning new structures with the implications they might have, then it is essential to create opportunities for unveiling learning. www.egoogle.com
  • 8. MANAGING TO IMPLEMENT NLE WILLMANAGING TO IMPLEMENT NLE WILL REQUIRE TO HAVE CLEAR IDEASREQUIRE TO HAVE CLEAR IDEAS ABOUT:ABOUT: 6. Strategies to promote the use of NLE. 5. Organization for the use of new technologies (syllabus)
  • 9. TO SUM UPTO SUM UP
  • 10.  BECTA. (2007). Emerging technologies. Retrieved on May, 2013 from http://partners.becta.org.uk/page_documents/research/emerging_technologies07_chapter4.pdf  Brown, Douglas. Principles of Language Learning and Teaching. Fifth Edition. Pearson  Colosi, R. (2009). Creating Technology Enhanced Learning Environments . Retrieved on June, 2013 from http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php? video_id=127355&title=Creating_Technology_Enhanced_Learning_Environments&vpkey  Daley, E. (2003). Expanding the concept of Literacy. Educause Review. . Retrieved from http://net. Educause.edu/it/library/pdf/erm0322.pdf • Harmer, Jeremy. (2001). The Practice of English Language Teaching. Third Edition. Pearson. • Pratt, Daniel (2000), "Good teaching: One size fits all?", An Up-date on Teaching Theory, Jovita Ross-Gordon (ed.), San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Retrieved on May 26 , 2013 from http://www.academia.edu/317235/Five_Perspectives_on_Teaching • The New Media Consortium (2005). A Global Imperative: The Report of the 21st Century Literacy Summit. Retrieved from http://www.nmc.org/pdf/Global_Imperative.pdf  Teacher Tube. How Education is changing. Retrieved on June, 2013 from http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php? video_id=172416&title=How_education_is_changing&vpkey=e2ecb97dc6

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