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Content based instruction


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Content based instruction

  1. 1. CBI is an effective method of combininglanguage and content learning. Theme based CBIworks well in EFL contexts
  2. 2.  Content-based instruction (CBI) is teaching organized around the content or information that students will acquire, and not around the linguistic or other type of syllabus.
  3. 3.  Content refers to the substance or subject matter that we learn or communicate through language content rather that the language use to convey it.
  4. 4.  CBI is built on the principles of Communicative Language Teaching. Classroom needs to be filled with real and meaningful communication where information is exchanged.
  5. 5.  Content-based instruction is based in two principles:
  6. 6.  1 People learn a second language more successfully when they use the language as a means of acquiring information, rather than as an end in it. This principle reflects one of the motivations for CBI noted earlier that it leads to more effective language learning.
  7. 7.  2 It better reflect learners needs for learning a second language. Many ESL,EFL programs focus on preparing students for academic studies or for mainstreaming.
  8. 8. Language involve meaning and information arecommunicated and constructed through text anddiscourseSentences>>clauses, phrases>>speech events>> text types
  9. 9.  CBI sees language as combination of several skills used together. Grammar is seen as a component of other skills.
  10. 10.  Language is use for a specific purpose such as, vocational, social or recreational. In order to make the content comprehensible, teachers need to make adjustments and simplifications for the students to.
  11. 11.  CBI makes an assumption that learners learn best when they are given language in a meaningful , contextualized form with the primary focus on acquiring information.
  12. 12.  1 People learn a second language more successfully when the information they are acquiring is perceived as interesting , useful and leading to a desire goal. 2 Language learning is more motivating when students are focusing on something other than language , such as ideas, issues and opinions.
  13. 13.  3 Some content areas are more useful than others. 4 Teaching builds on the previous experiences of the learners. CBI build on students knowledge and previous experiences. Students bring a wealth of knowledge to the classroom.
  14. 14.  Objectives : In CBI, the language is second to learning the content. The objectives relate to the content, not to the language.
  15. 15.  The syllabus comes from the content. However it is common for a topical syllabus to be used in theme-based CBI.
  16. 16.  Stroller (1997) proposed classification categories1. Language skills improvement2. Vocabulary building3. Discourse organization4. Communicative interaction5. Study skills6. Synthesis of content materials and grammar
  17. 17.  Become autonomous Support each other Active interpreters of input
  18. 18.  Willing to tolerate uncertainty Willing to explore alternative learning strategies and sources of content And have a learn by doing attitude
  19. 19. 1. A good language teacher2. Knowledgeable in the subject matter3. Be able to draw out that knowledge from students
  20. 20. 1. Varying the format of classroom instruction2. Using group work and team-building techniques3. Organization jigsaw arrangements4. Defining the background knowledge and language skills required for students success
  21. 21.  Whatever facilitates subject matter of the content course. Comprehensibility and authenticity are both important in CBI. In addition, instructional media enriches the context.
  22. 22. 1) Sheltered content instruction2) Adjunct language instruction3) Team teach approach