Vocabulary histories

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Vocabulary histories

  1. 1. HISTORY OF VOCABULARY TEACHING Estera Marciniak Ana Maria Perez Martinez
  2. 2. Focus on what?
  3. 3. Many theories about the learning and teaching of languages have been proposed. These theories, normally influenced by developments in the fields of linguistics and psychology, have inspired many approaches to the teaching of second and foreign languages.
  4. 4. FOCUS ON WHAT? FORM MEANING Methodology & Approach
  5. 5. FORM--------------------------------- MEANING GRAMMAR-------------------------- WORDS TRANSLATION ---------------------- COMMUNICATION
  6. 6. end of 18th century literature bilingual vocabulary lists The Grammar Translation Method L1 L2
  7. 7. The Reform Movement Literary Stage Mechanical Stage Grammatical Stage Idiomatic Stage Archaic Stage Sweet’s curriculum
  8. 8. THE DIRECT METHOD -end of 19th century -developed by Sauveur -made famous by Berlitz meaning target language translation LESSON: -common nouns -verb ”to be” -common adj. It is a big nose.
  9. 9. THE READING METHOD SITUATIONAL LANGUAGE TEACHING  1920s-1930s  The Reading Method Situational Language Teaching  development of the reading skills
  10. 10. THE AUDIO-LINGUAL METHOD World War II pronunciation and drilling role of vocabulary minimalized
  11. 11. COMMUNICATIVE METHOD Noam Chomsky competence performance reaction against Dell Hymes communicative competence focus on communicative skills
  12. 12. THE NATURAL APPROACH Acquisition-Learning Hypothesis Natural Order Hypothesis Monitor Hypothesis Input Hypothesis Affective Filter Hypothesis emphasis on meaningful production rather than grammatical correctness
  13. 13. LEXICAL APPROACH  perceiving words as chunks  communicative approach with naturally occurring lexis
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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