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Mr. Oudalon BOUNTHAVONG
ID: 56120803128
 Method B-SLIM is a form of teaching
English as a second language to focus on
communication principles and theory
develop...
1. Planning and Preparation
2. Giving It: What to Teach and How to
Teach It
3. Getting It: Understanding and
Remembering
4...
Thoopthong Kwangsawat (2540: 17-21)
Concluded B-SLIM Model of 5 parts:
1. Planning and Preparation
2. Comprehensible Input...
2.5 Situation/Fluency
2.6 Culture
2.7 Learning Strategy
2.8 Attitude
2.9 Skills ( Listening, Speaking, Reading
and Writing...
Developed Model
1. Planning and
Preparation
1.Teachers choose content and design activity,
worksheet or test form that is ...
4. Intake
Activity
1.Teachers give comprehensible activity ( Intake getting)
by making students in pair or in groups to do...
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  1. 1. Mr. Oudalon BOUNTHAVONG ID: 56120803128
  2. 2.  Method B-SLIM is a form of teaching English as a second language to focus on communication principles and theory development, intelligence, PR J. West (Piaget),  theory development, intelligence of the switch is for sale. Kowalski (Vygotsky) and the theory of learning by discovery of Brunner's (Discovery Approach)  which Olenka Bilash is a design method (B- Slim Overview.)
  3. 3. 1. Planning and Preparation 2. Giving It: What to Teach and How to Teach It 3. Getting It: Understanding and Remembering 4. Using It: Learning through Language 5. Proving It: What Has Been Learned 6. Assessment & Evaluation
  4. 4. Thoopthong Kwangsawat (2540: 17-21) Concluded B-SLIM Model of 5 parts: 1. Planning and Preparation 2. Comprehensible Input 2.1 Language Awareness 2.2 Pronunciation 2.3 Vocabulary 2.4 Grammar
  5. 5. 2.5 Situation/Fluency 2.6 Culture 2.7 Learning Strategy 2.8 Attitude 2.9 Skills ( Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) 3. Intake Activity 4. Output 5. Evaluation
  6. 6. Developed Model 1. Planning and Preparation 1.Teachers choose content and design activity, worksheet or test form that is related to objective of curriculum and students’ interesting. 2. Teachers prepare teaching aids and materials such as: pictures, word cards, computer, and projector. 3. Teachers prepare definition of vocabulary, sentences structure and grammar point. 2.Warm-up 1.Teachers ‘greeting and use activity to warm-up 2.Teacher lead students to review old lesson 3.Comprehensible Input 1.Teachers present content and sample of learning. 2.Teachers explain meaning, part of speech and function of vocabulary and explain grammar usage that is related to old knowledge of students that they studied. 3.Students and teachers help each other to analyze meaning and grammar in content of lesson. 4.Teachers summarize content of lesson. 5.Teachers present methods of writing by using message, example or questions to be model of writing.
  7. 7. 4. Intake Activity 1.Teachers give comprehensible activity ( Intake getting) by making students in pair or in groups to do exercise (Quadrant A) and to write by assigning topic for example: personal information, letters, describing people, describing a place, giving information and instruction, narration and diary routine ( Quadrant B) 2.Students present their writing to teachers and classmates or debate their friends’ writing. 3.Students practice using language activities ( Intake using) By writing to new topic that is similar old topic but using more difficult sentences such as writing biography of people, official letter, describing famous people, describing city, giving information and instruction, narration and routine (Quadrant C). 5. Output Students write English language outside of class as homework (Individual Activity) by writing with assigning topic. (Quadrant D) 6. Evaluation 1.Teachers collected information from observation doing activity and checking students ‘writing, then feedback students as individual. 2.Teachers collect students’ score by using test sheet of some topics that they studied
  8. 8. Thank you For you Attention Today!
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