ELT Methodology and Innovation

ELT Methodology and InnovationSpeaking instructionReading instructionListening insructionPRINCIPLESEncourage students to listen as often and as much possible.Help students prepare to listen.Once may not be enough.Encourage students to respond to the content of a listening, do not just to the language.Different listening stages demand different listening task.Good teachers exploit texts to the full.COMPONENTS OF LISTENINGFocusingComprehending RespondingTYPES OF LISTENINGAppreciativeInformativeEvaluativeEmpatheticto Teach frequent vocabulary knowledge to students GOOD LISTENING HABITSListen to the speaker before passing judgment.Pay attention to the important points, principles, and concepts.Take a few minutes to listen before note taking.Avoid becoming distracted.Learn how to pay attention to tough subjects.Pay attention to the message hidden underneath the feelings.Make use of your talent to think more quickly than you can listen.Work on understanding what the speaker is saying.Check in to see if there's anything useful.The four elementsVocabularyGrammarPronunciationFluencyobjective Encourage them to utilize whole phrases or correct structures rather than single words. Students' communication abilities are being improvedassisting them in effectively expressing themselvesMetacognitive Strategiesplanning monitoringevaluationTo assist EFL learners in improving their language fluency and skills, they must have faith in their own abilities three important variablesreadertextreader-text interactioncategory1. cognitive development and personality traits;2. working memory capacity;3. reading ability and performance in the L1 and their link to the L2;4. metalinguistic understanding5. metacognitive understanding;6. many cultural practices and traditions that influence and define L2 reading; and7. determination to succeed in L2 reading (see also Aebersold and Field, 1997)Effective to include a variety of instructional methods that give differing amounts of assistance at various times.to assist students in acquiring the information, skills, and experiences necessary to become effective and passionate readersLecturer: Dr. Wisma Yunita, M. Pd.NPM : A2B021012Name: Diya Safitri