CONTENT AND LITERATURE-BASED ENGLISH TEACHING

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CONTENT AND LITERATURE-BASED ENGLISH TEACHING

  1. 1. Arranged by: Ahmad Hasanul Basri (E1D011002) Baiq Ilda Karwayu (E1D011013) Desi Prihartini (E1D011016) FACULTY OF TEACHER TRANING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MATARAM 2013
  2. 2. WHAT IS CONTENT •Grammar-translation Grammar structure •Communicative approach Communicative purpose •Natural Approach Game •More recently The subject matters (topics and themes)
  3. 3. RATIONALES OF CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION • Krashen (1984) Comprehensible input rather than memorizing vocabulary or completing grammar exercises. • Swain (1985) The more opportunities, the more communicative the student is • Cummins (1980b, 1981b) Social-interpersonal language is learnt more quickly and easily • Snow, Met, and Genesee (1989) Systematic, well-planned instructional framework for academic learning
  4. 4. MODEL OF CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION • Immerse Education  prototype content-based instruction • Content enriched foreign language in the elementary school point coincidence or content-compatible language • Theme-based model • Sheltered model • Adjunct Model
  5. 5. INTEGRATING FIVE SKILLS •Unit I: Classification •Unit 2: Text Coherence •Unit 3: Understanding Lectures
  6. 6. STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUE FOR CONTENT INSTRUCTION • Modifying input • Use of Contextual Cues • Checking for Understanding • Designing Appropriate Lessons
  7. 7. SAMPLE SCIENCE LESSON PLAN Open your book on page 323!
  8. 8. KEY ISSUES • Teachers’ roles  To exploit the content • Developing appropriate curricula and materials • Students-centred approach
  9. 9. LITERATURE and LANGUAGE • Vocabulary • Main reading problem for ESL/EFL learners • Specific words and phrases • Many words and phrases are culture-tied • 2. Grammar • Not the major problem as the vocabulary does • Dealing grammatical problems by clarify them • Literary selection
  10. 10. LANGUAGE AND READING • Literal Level • Inferential Level • Personal/evaluative level
  11. 11. LANGUAGE AND WRITING • Literature as model for writing • Literature as subject for writing
  12. 12. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 1. ORAL READING •Make students active to follow the class* •Teacher as a facilitator •Different interesting topics every class
  13. 13. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 2. DRAMA* • Dramatization • Role-playing • Improvisation
  14. 14. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 3. GROUP ACTIVITIES • General Class Discussion • Small-group Work* • Panes Discussion • Debates
  15. 15. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 4. CULTURE • Introduction to Cultural Context • Culture Aside • Culture Capsule* • Group Work on Culture*
  16. 16. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 5. SELECTION OF LITERATURE • Age of The Work • Theme • Language Proficiency • Genre-specific Recommendations • The Personal Aspects of Literature Selection

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