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  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE CHIMBORAZO  STUDENTS’ NAMES: MARCO CAIZAPANTA FRANCISCO GONZÁLEZ  COURSE: 5 SEMESTER LANGUAGES SUGGESTOPEDIA
  2. 2. GEORGI LOZANOV  He introduced the contention that students naturally set up psychological barriers to learning - based on fears that they will be unable to perform and are limited in terms of their ability to learn.  Lozanov has claimed that most students use only 5 to 10 percent of their mental capacity and by using this method they can learn a language approximately three to five times as quickly as through conventional teaching methods.  “Memorization in learning by the Suggestopedia method seems to be accelerated 25 times over that in learning by conventional methods” (Lozanov 1978: 27).
  3. 3. WHAT IS SUGGESTOPEDIA ?  Suggestopedia is a teaching method which is based on a modern understanding of how the human brain works and how we learn most effectively.  It includes a rich sensory learning, a positive expectation of success and the use of a varied range of methods like dramatized texts, music, active participation in songs and games, etc.  Suggestopedia was originally applied mainly in foreign language teaching.
  4. 4. KEY ELEMENTS OF SUGGESTOPEDIA  Some of the key elements of Suggestopedia include a rich sensory learning environment.  A positive expectation of success and the use of a varied range of methods: dramatized texts, music, active participation in songs and games.
  5. 5. WHAT TO DO INSIDE CLASS? Practice breathing Comfortable Colorful posters on the wall
  6. 6. TEACHING ACTIVITIES  Imitation  Question and answer  Role play  Listening activities
  7. 7. TEACHER’S ROLE  Teacher should create situations in which learners are most suggestible and then to present linguistic material in a way most likely to encourage positive reception and retention by learners.  Show absolute confidence in the method.  Maintain a modest enthusiasm.
  8. 8. STUDENT’S ROLE Learners must not try to figure out, manipulate, or study the material presented but must maintain a pseudo-passive state
  9. 9. ADVANTAGES OF SUGGESTOPEDIA  Students can lower their affective filter.  Classes are held in ordinary rooms with comfortable chairs, a practice that may also help them relaxed.  Students remember best and are most influenced by information coming from an authoritative source, teachers.  Increase oral proficiency and lower classroom anxiety
  10. 10. DISADVANTAGES OF SUGGESTOPEDIA  If we do not have a comfortable environment we will not learn I a good way.  Environment limitation: Most schools in developing countries have large classes. Each class consists of 30 to 40 students. There should be 12 students in the class.  The use of hypnosis: Some people say that Suggestopedia uses a hypnosis, so it has bad deep effects for human beings. Lozanov strongly denied about it.  Infantilization learning: Suggestopedia class is conditioned be child-like situation. There are some students who do not like to be treated like this as they think that they are mature.
  11. 11. REFERENCES 1. Chapter. 10. Suggestopedia” in J. C. Richards and T. S. Rodgers. (1986). Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching. Cambridge University Press. 2. www.jwelford.demon.co.uk/brainwaremap/suggest.html 3. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suggestopedia 4. www.anglisci.pl/otwarta-biblioteka-pomocy-studenckich-metodyka/ suggestopedia.html 5. www.onestopenglish.com/support/methodology/teaching-approaches/teaching-approaches- what-is-s

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