TEACHING MATERIALS IN EIL BU MATSUDA.A (2012) - Coggle Diagram
TEACHING MATERIALS IN EIL BU MATSUDA.A (2012)
Step for Suplementing materials:
What are the Needs of Learners?
Where, with whom, and for what purposes will they be using English?
Does the Teaching Material in Question Meet the Needs of the Learners Adequately?
How can the identified Gaps be Filled?
Advancements in instructional media, including the Internet will help
Possible sources for Supplemental materials
Media: Newspapers and New Scripts
Audio -Visuals: DVD, CD, Audio, Movie Clips
Personal Websites, Social networking sites, Blogs
Books, worksbooks, teachers' resources books
Other textbooks and Pre-packaged materials
Official Websites: International organizations
Criteria for Evaluating Teaching Materials
Varieties of English should raise Students' awareness concerning Linguistic Diversity
Materials used in class represent both native and non-native speakers
Cultural content must be drawn from multiple sources
The cource should be selected according to the goal of the curriculum and needs of students
Content of teaching materials should be relatable and meaningful to learners
Traditional Practices and Principles
Materials published for use in the classroom are not authentic
Different varieties of English are represented by speakers
Textbooks tend to focus on the "standard" varieties from the UK and the US
The dominance of the Inner Circle
Dialogues rarely show the use of English among non-native speakers