How effectivaly srr can help in language learning

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  • Hi Prakruti,
    It's nice presentation about 'srr's usages in to the learning language.
    And,Theorists and analysis of the theory of 'Behaviorism' it is also good.And,some examples like that skinner and pavlov also very much helpful to this thing very easily.
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    1. 1. Bhatt Prakruti B. Paper:12 English Language Teaching Topic:How Effectivaly SRR can help in language learning Roll:No: 12 Date: 14.10.2013
    2. 2. What is Behaviorism ?????????? • Behaviorism is a worldview that operates on a principle of “stimulus-response.” All behavior caused by external stimuli (operant conditioning). All behavior can be explained without the need to consider internal mental states or consciousness
    3. 3. Major Thinkers in Behaviorism  Ivan Pavlov  B.F.Skinner  Edward Thorndike  John B. Watson  Clark Hull
    4. 4. Thorndiek's Laws of Lerning Law of Effect If Situation + Response is followed by a positive consequence then the connection between the Situation + Response is strengthened. If Situation + Response is followed by a negative consequence then the connection between the Situation + Response is weakened. Law of Exercise Law of Readiness
    5. 5. Implication of Thorndike's theory to the classroom • Reward is important in learning. It strengthens the occurrence of behavior a follows. • Practice and repetation is vital in the learning process. However, practice efforts should accompanied by feedback. • The law of readiness stresses the importance of preparation for learning. • The teacher must wait untill learner is ready to learn and should give those experience which help to enhance readiness.
    6. 6. Skinner and Learning Process • The creation of conditioned connetion between learner's behavior and it's reinforcement. • An organism learns by production changes in it environment. • The strength of a learned response is generally determined by the anount of reinforcement that it receives.
    7. 7. Concepts in Pavlov's Theory  Extinction  Spontaneous Recovery  Stimulus generalization  Stimulus Discrimination
    8. 8. Pavlov and the Teacher • Learning tasks should be presanted in a form that is interesting of pleasant to the learner and and meet his interests. • The teacher should try to start from now to unknown, that is, establish an association between what the learner already knows and the new topic to be taught for meaningful learning to take place. • The feeling anxiety associated with failure in school may create an aversion to problem solving situation outside of school. The principles of classical conditioning can be used to devlop favorable and unfavorable attitude towards Learning.
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