Communicative Language Teaching

9,060 views

Published on

This PPT mentions some basic information about The Communicative Approach or Communicative Language Teaching, it mostly focus on the Pedagogical Perspective.

Published in: Education, Technology
1 Comment
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
9,060
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
84
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
521
Comments
1
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Communicative Language Teaching

  1. 1. COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
  2. 2. TEACHER´S ROLETHE TEACHER HAS TWO MAIN ROLES: TO FACILITATE THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS IN THE CLASSROOM TO ACT AS AN INDEPENDENT PARTICIPANT WITHIN THE LEARNING-TEACHING GROUP
  3. 3. THE TEACHER IS ALSO EXPECTED… TO ACT AS A RESOURCE TO BE AN ORGANIZER OF RESOURCES TO BE A MOTIVATOR TO BE A COUNSELOR TO BE A GUIDE TO BE AN ANALYST AND A RESEARCHER
  4. 4. LEARNER´S ROLETHE CLASSROOM SHOULD BE LEARNER CENTREDTHE LEARNER IS A NEGOCIATORTHE LEARNER IS AN INTERACTOR WHO GIVES ASWELL AS TAKESTHE LEARNER CANNOT BE ONLY A LISTENER BUT ASPEAKER, THROUGH HIM OR HER THE CLASS ISDEVELOPED
  5. 5. ACTIVITIESACTIVITIES ARE OFTEN USED TO PRACTISE REAL-LIFESITUATIONS INVOLVING SOCIAL INTERACTION ANDTHEREFORE A HIGH LEVEL OF SOCIAL ANDFUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE SHOULD BE EXPECTED. ALSO,ACTIVITIES SHOULD INVOLVED REAL COMMUNICATIONCARRYING OUT MEANINGFUL TASKS, AND USINGLANGUAGE WHICH IS MEANINGFUL TO THE LEARNERS
  6. 6. OBJECTIVES AND SYLLABUSOBJECTIVES WILL REFLECT THE NEEDS OF THELEARNER; THEY WILL INCLUDE FUNCTIONAL SKILLS ASWELL AS LINGUISTICS OBJECTIVES. THE SYLLABUSWILL INCLUDE SOME OF THE FOLLOWING:STRUCTURES, FUNCTIONS, NOTIONS, THEME, TASKS(ORDERING WILL BE GUIDED BY LEARNER NEEDS)
  7. 7. MATERIALSTEXT-BASED MATERIALS: PRACTICE EXERCISES,READING PASSAGES, GAP FILLS, RECORDINGS, ETC.TASK-BASED MATERIALS: GAME BOARDS, ROLE-PLAY, MATERIALS FOR DRILLING, PAIRWORK TASKS,CARDS, ETC.REALIA: MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, MAPS (THINGSFOR THE REAL WORLD OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM)
  8. 8. Taken from the table 4.1 in approaches and methods – an Overview (adapted from Nunan, 1989). This PPT presentation was made by Cesar Torres

×