A trip down the memory lane of methodology (Tipical Physical Responce…
A trip down the memory lane of methodology
Chia Suan Chong
Passionate about languages
She interplay between
Language and thought
Talks about the advantages of approaches.
Language learning isn´t linear
Forcing students to speak
Focus on pronunciation and motor perceptive skill
Creating a safe environment
Using motor skills to respond and automaticity
Promoting the learning of chunks/collocation
Repetition helps memorisation
Does not favour extroverted students over shy students.
Tipical Physical Responce
Great for teaching imperatives, and action verbs
Suits kinaesthetic learners.
Creates a stress atmosphere
It´s fun, student learn by imitation.
It is european method.
Help students memorize language
Receptive skill before productive skill.
Promotes cross clasroom interaction and teamwork
Focus on developing learner autonomy
Students have to work things out for themselves.
Teacher as a stimulator, the facilitator.
Zone of proximal development
Learning through social experiences.
What a learner can do without help
What he or she can do with help.
Importance of relaxation.
Given emotional meaning to words.
Usefulness of roleplay.
Caters for different learner styles.
Communicative Language Learning
Learners as members are community.
student not forced to participate
Considers discourse and communication.
Focuses on establishing relationships, trust, and intimacy
Task Based Learning
High on cognitive processing and problem solving.
Task might be unrealistic by language used is still meaningful.
Focus on communicative competence.
Promotes interaction and negociation of meaning.
Doesn´t follow a linear grammatical syllabus.
Allows word on emergent language.
Great for systematic learners
Fulfills learner expectations.
Rules give learners a feeling of control
Provides comprenhensible input and step-by-step scafolding.
Still used in some arcane spheres of study, especially for dead language
Involves learning grammar rules by heart.
Focuses primarily on reading and writing; evolved from translating religious texts
Luz Yauri Villegas
Marilu Abad Merino