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Audiolingual method

  1. 1. AUDIOLINGUAL METHODKEYLA CASTROMETHODOLOGY IUNIVERSIDAD DE LASAMÉRICAS
  2. 2. The entry of the U.S intoworld war II had a significanteffect on language teachingin america.Coleman report recomendedin 1929 a reading basedapproach to foreignlanguages for use inAmerican shcools andcolleges.
  3. 3. The U.S Government needed people whith fluency in other languages to work as a translators or interpreters. The Goverment ask to Universities to create a program for military personnel. ASTP, army specialized training program. By Leronard Bloomdield at Yale.Dr. Charles Fries (1939 );Michigan University.Depeloped the first EnglishLanguage Institute in the U.S.Teaching English as a 2ndforeign language.
  4. 4. Theory of Language Structuralism:- Rule-govered way- Structural Level (phonetic, phonemic, morphological, syntax.- Behaviour
  5. 5. Theory of learning Process of mechanical habit formation. Skills are effective in a spoken way. Analogy provides better fundation than analysis Drills to form better analogies. Linguistics and culture.
  6. 6. Design Objectives:- Short-range; training comprehention- Long-range; used by the native speaker Syllabus:- Contains the key items of phonology, morphology and sintax.- In order to listening, speaking, reading and writing. Types of learning and teaching activities:- Dialogue and drills are essential to classroom practices.
  7. 7.  Repetition Inflexion Replacement Restatmen Complention Transposition Expansion Contraction Transformation Intergration Rejoinder Restoration
  8. 8. Learner’s role
  9. 9. Teacher’s role
  10. 10. The role of instructionalmaterials Books Tape recorders Audiovisual Language laboratory
  11. 11. Procedure Oral instruction Target language use Model dialogue; repetition, correction, pronunciation, memoriza tion. Dialogue adapted Structure; used for pattern drills. Textbook; Follow-up activities; language laboratory
  12. 12. The decline of audiolingualism  Reached its period of most widespread use in 1960.  Attaqued as being unsound in language and learning terms.  Professionals had short expectations in results.  Unable to transfer skills  Boring and unsatisfying  Chomsky’s theory
  13. 13. Chomsky’s Theory “The fundamental properties of language derieve from innate aspects of the mind and from how humans processes experiences through language” Theory of the Beahaviour “Sentences are not learned by imitation or repetition but generated from the learner’s underlying competence.” Congitive code learning.
  14. 14. The alphabeth game Participate in share listening experiences, ideas in large and small groups.

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