SILENT WAY METHOD

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SILENT WAY METHOD

  1. 1. By Meiry agreisty
  2. 2. What is the silent method???
  3. 3.  by Caleb Gattegno  An educational designer of reading and mathematics programs
  4. 4. Learning is facilitated  if the learner discovers or creates  by physical objects  by problem solving
  5. 5.  Pronunciation is as fundamental.  Functional words are chosen.  taught inductively grammatical.  Structural approach .  Successful learning.
  6. 6. Objectives: For beginning-level students to gain  oral and written.  near-native fluency.
  7. 7. Syllabus:  Structural syllabus is adopted.  grammatical items and related to vocabulary.  Language items base on grammatical.
  8. 8. Learning activities:  teacher modeling is minimal.  Learners study together to get new information.
  9. 9. Learner roles: Learners are expected to  develop independence and responsibility;  self-correct through their awareness;  learn to work cooperatively.
  10. 10. Teacher roles:  be silent;  use clues to teach;  no formal test  silently monitor learners’ interactions.
  11. 11. Materials:  Cuisenaire rods
  12. 12.  It raises students’ participation.  Learners cooperate to help each other.  Learners discover the language on their own.  Learners can use materials from the teacher.
  13. 13.  The atmosphere in the class boring.  Learners hard to derive new concepts.  much time.  The learner hard to understand.
  14. 14. THANK FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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