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The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
The Natural Approach Final
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  • 1. The Natural Approach Presenter: Zulbely Miranda
  • 2.
    • Introduction
    • The Natural approach
    • Principles
    • Tenets
    • Conclussion.
  • 3.
    • Theory developed by Stephen Krashen and Tracy Terrell in1983 that shows Krashen´s views on second language acquisition and sections on implementation and classroom procedures, prepared largely by Terrell.
  • 4. L2 Acquisition theory Curriculum The Natural Approach Combines Learning Process Spoken Production During Focussed on
  • 5.
    • Learner must be as relaxed as possible during the learning process
  • 6. Spoken production "emerges" of its own accord,
  • 7. Language “Acquisition" as opposed to Language “Processing" Language Acquisition Language Processing
  • 8. Teachers should provide "comprehensible input“ (I+1)
  • 9. Focussed on Meaning and Vocabulary Meaning Vocabulary
  • 10. It´s designed to depend on learner needs.
  • 11.
    • Language acquisition is the only way competence in a second language occurs. Conscious learning operates only as a monitor or editor that checks or repairs the output of what has been acquired.
  • 12.
    • Grammatical structures are acquired in a predictable order and it does little good to try to learn them in another order.
    Natural Order
  • 13. Input Hypotheses
    • An acquirer can "move" from a stage I to a stage I + 1.
  • 14. Monitor Hypotheses
    • Conscious learning can function only as a monitor or editor that checks and repairs the output of the acquired system.
  • 15. Affective filter
    • The learner's emotional state can act as a filter that impedes or blocks input necessary to acquisition.
  • 16. Curriculum Teacher Motivation Classroom Learning Environment Instructional Strategies Acquisition Conclussion
  • 17. Thanks for your attention!

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