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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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CONTENT OF METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING ENGLISH
PART I.    LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE
LEARNING AND TEACHING
Background of language learning strategies
Definition of a language learning strategy
Taxonomy of a language learning strategy
Classification of a language learning strategy
Importance of a language learning strategy
Language learning process and its principles
Teacher’s role in training
Teaching process
Effective presentation

PART II.  ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING APPROACHES AND METHODS

Describing methodology
English Language Approaches:
Lexical Approach
Acquisition Versus Learning
Task-Based Learning
Natural Approach
Communicative Approach
Prescriptive and Descriptive Approach
Inductive and Deductive Approach
Functional Approach
Learner-Centered Learning
Cooperative Learning
Content-Based Learning
English language methods:
Grammar Translation Method
Direct Method
Audio-Lingual Method
Community Language Learning Method
Silent Way Method
Desuggestopedia Method
Total Physical Response Method

PART III.  TEACHING ENGLISH  (1) The “What”

Teaching pronunciation
Teaching the sounds of English
Principles for teaching English sounds
Steps for teaching and practicing sounds
Activities for teaching sounds
Stress in English
Activities for practicing stress
Sentence intonation in English
Teaching intonation


Teaching vocabulary
Principles for communicating the meaning of words
Techniques for communicating the meaning of words
What vocabulary to teach
Active and passive vocabulary

Teaching with games and songs
What are games?
Deciding which game to use
The advantages of games
When to use games
Good and bad reasons for using games in an adult class
Using songs in English class
Instructions using songs
What should we do with songs in the class?

 PART IV.  TEACHING ENGLISH  (2) The “How”

Teaching speaking
Review of language skills
Principles in teaching speaking
Example activities for speaking practice
Example activities for communication
Teaching listening
What is listening?
Principles for teaching listening
Example activities for listening practice
Example activities for listening communication

Teaching writing
The writing process
The progression of writing
Principles in teaching writing
Feedback in writing
Types of essays
Exercises and activities for teaching writing

Teaching reading
What makes a good reader?
Principles for teaching reading
Steps for presenting a reading text
Reading exercises and activities
PART V.  SYLLABUS AND TEACHING LEARNING MATERIAL

Syllabus
Common characteristics of a syllabus
Different types of language syllabus

Teaching learning materials
Resource center
Language games
Language lab
Characteristic of task-based activities in the language labs
Newspaper in teaching English
Using internet in teaching English

PART VI.  LESSONS

Lesson planning
Principles for planning a lesson
Planning a lesson
Activity plan
The PPP lesson for English
A sample lesson plan

Classroom management
You, the teacher
Appearance
Demeanor
Class structure/method
Rules, positive recognition, consequences
Expressions to encouraging students

Classroom procedure
Student-centered teaching
Using board
Types of visual aids and realia
Purpose of visual aids
Making own cassette, CD, DVD and slides

Feedback and testing
Purpose of feedback
Characteristics of testing and assessment
Kinds of test and testing
Fairness in testing
Test question types

PART VII.  LEARNER DIFFERENCES
Learner motivation and interest
Aspects of learner motivation
Characteristic of motivated learners
Kinds of motivation
Ways of arousing interest in tasks

Younger and older learners
Processing differences
Young children’s first language
Learning English as an additive process
Teaching for children
Older learners’ stereotypes
Classroom practicing helping older adults succeed

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