TEACHING METHODS

TEACHING METHODS
1.
Grammar Translation Method
2.
Direct Method
3.
Audio-Lingual Method
4.
Community Language Learning
5.
Total Physical Response
6.
Silent Way
7.
Suggestopaedia
8.
Comunicative Language Teaching
9.
Task Based learning
1800´s
1900's
1950's
1970's
1970's/80's
1970's/80's
1970's/80's
1980's
1980's
Postmethod Pedagogy
ECLECTIC APPROACH
Grammar Study
Translation-Memorization
Focus on Reading and Writing
Mother Tongue
Natural acquisition of language
Focus on Speaking and Listening
Target Language only
Every day sentences
Behaviourism
New habits formation
Drills
Acquisition of everyday patterns
Cooperative group of learners
Teacher = Counsellor/Guide
Mother tongue use at first
Learning through mime
Use of commands
Learners 1st internalize structure
Learners speak when they fell ready
Humanistic approach
Teacher is silent
Students speak
Acquisition through discovering and creation
Learning happens through relaxation and confidance
Use of music
Relaxed environment
Based on Cognitive psychology
Focus on Accuracy
Target lang. use in classroom
Learning by meaningful task completion
Languge is a tool
Teacher = facilitator
Inductive learning
Inductive learning
Inductive learning
Learning = Active mental process
Real Life Tasks
Context-sensitive.
Blend of different methods.
Teachers' own theories.
No prescriptions.
Autonomous learning.
Dissatisfaction with the concept of method
1990's
Flexible.
Innovative and Enjoyable Lessons.
Meaningful activities.
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