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SupEFL training guidelines

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The accessible second language learning follows the natural sequence of the language learning. SupEFL Project started to create self-help materials for special learners.

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SupEFL training guidelines

  1. 1. Training guidelines Accessible Second Language Learning
  2. 2. Do not use textbook Learning is a natural process and the best is to follow the natural sequence.
  3. 3. Natural sequence LISTENING REPEATING UNDER- STANDING TALKING COPYING READING WRITTING
  4. 4. REPEATIN G UNDER- STANDING TALKING COPYING READINGWRITTING Language = Communication LISTENING
  5. 5. LISTENING REPEATIN G UNDER- STANDING TALKING COPYING READING WRITTING Language = Communication
  6. 6. Suggested sequence LISTENING REPEATING UNDER- STANDING TALKING COPYING READING WRITTING
  7. 7. Language learning in three phases
  8. 8. 1. Listening and understanding – to gain proficiency in the language 2. Reading and copying – phonological abilities to improve 3. Reading and writing – spelling and grammar to achieve the phonological awareness Just like learning your mother tongue
  9. 9. The first materials should consist only of situations, games and playful exercises. Listen and see the words or sentences. Pictures help a lot. Songs, movies and cartoons are ideal sources. Phase 1 - No reading and no writing
  10. 10. a) You are not expected to produce sentences. b) It is your decision when you want to speak. c) Production is expected as repetition of the material only. d) If you want, you can create own sentences. Phase 1 – Listening and understanding Start with words. Listen and repeat. Listen and enjoy.
  11. 11. Reading should start only after you are 100% sure of the pronunciation. You mustn’t pronounce any word incorrectly. If you copy the words, you can easily memorize them. Phase 2 - Phonological abilities to improve
  12. 12. a) You can read the text together with the voice while you follow the text. b) Colors or any other visual aid can help. c) You can repeat the text. d) Read aloud, it helps to recall and use the words. e) Copy the words and sentences you want to remember. Phase 2 – Reading and copying Cartoons for the beginning. Create your vocabulary. Follow your interest.
  13. 13. You can start writing when your reading production is stabile. You mustn’t see incorrectly written words. Phase 3 – Proper spelling and grammar to achieve the phonological awareness
  14. 14. a) You can copy the words and sentences. The spellchecker is your friend. b) You can write the familiar words and sentences. Use the spellchecker. c) You can create your own text. Always use the spellchecker and a dictionary. Phase 3 – Reading and writting Now you need some grammar. Enrich your vocabulary. If you are not sure, check it.
  15. 15. 1. Listening and speaking – to gain proficiency in the language 2. Reading and copying – phonological abilities to improve 3. Reading and writing – spelling and grammar to achieve the phonological awareness Just like learning your mother tongue
  16. 16. Thank you LISTENING REPEATING UNDER- STANDING TALKING COPYING READING WRITTING
  17. 17. Training guidelines Accessible Second Language Learning gyarmathy.eva@gmail.com

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