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PELT Chapter3 Speaking

저작시기 2013.12 |등록일 2014.07.04 한글파일한컴오피스 (hwp) | 4페이지 | 가격 2,000원

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1 What is speaking?
2 Background to teaching speaking
3 Principles for teaching speaking
4 Classroom techniques and tasks
5 Speaking in the classroom

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Speaking in a new language is harder than reading, writing, listening.
→ Because it happens in a real time and also we cannot edit saying.


1) Audiolingual repetition drills
⚫ Object : familiarizing students with sounds and structural patterns of the target language by practicing grammatical structures and then later using them in conversation.
2) Behaviorism
⚫ As the concept of habit formation, it is the theoretical basis of the audiolingual method.
⚫ Object : forming good habit with lessons involving much repetition, without make bad habit treating spoken errors quickly.
⚫ Limit : actual conversations are not like the text book dialogue.
→ late 20th : realizing to learn language by interacting with others.
3) Communicative language teaching
⚫ Weak version : teaching the components of language but including communication activities
⚫ Strong version : communicating target language downplaying accuracy and emphasizing how students communicate

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