Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.
UNIVERSITY OF INDRAPRASTA PGRI
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM
ENGLISH EDUCATION FACULTY
“ACADEMIC SPEAKING”
Lectured By
Mrs. Dr.Sya...
CHAPTER 4:
HOW TO DESCRIBE TEACHING
AND LEARNING
PRESENTED BY : GROUP 8
SHODIKIN, YULIA EOLIA PUTRI,
ENDILA RAHMI, MULYANA...
SESSION : OVERVIEW
A. Introduction (by Shodikin)
B. What do we know about language learning (by Shodikin)
C. What elements...
INTRODUCTION
“ Are you sure that:
when you are teaching,
your students are
learning? ”
Quoted from Herbert Puchta; a TESL ...
What do you bear in mind about this picture below...?
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT LANGUAGE LEARNING
is “a nature”
& is “ a culture “
is “a Knowledge”
Known Linguistic
Mother tongue
/...
WHAT ELEMENTS ARE NECESSARY FOR SUCCESSFUL
LANGUAGE LEARNING IN CLASSROOMS ?
•Engage
•Study
•Activate
Gathering attention,...
How Do the Three Elements of ESA Fit Together in
Lesson Sequences ?
WE MAY COMBINE THE SEQUENCE OF ESA TO MEET THE
NEED AN...
TYPE 2. EAS(A) BOOMERANG SEQUENCE
Type 3. Type 3. EAASASEA Patchwork sequence
What teaching models have influenced current
teaching practice?
“Students learn in different times and different
method”
•...
• Repetitive drills
• Emphasises on grammatical
patterns with behaviorist
theories of learning
The Audio
lingualism
Presen...
• starts with a pre task
where students are
introduced to the topic.
Task Based
Learning
• involves language
function whic...
for Further Reading...:
1. Brown, H. Douglas (2004) : Teaching By Principles: Prentice Hall, New Jersey
2. Harmer Jeremy (...
CONCLUSION
 Teaching and learning are “absolutely state or the art”.
 They are milestoneof someone life and career
 Lea...
Próxima SlideShare
Cargando en…5
×

Academic Speaking : How to describe teaching and learning

169 visualizaciones

Publicado el

hope this can be useful for others

Publicado en: Educación
  • Sé el primero en comentar

  • Sé el primero en recomendar esto

Academic Speaking : How to describe teaching and learning

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF INDRAPRASTA PGRI MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM ENGLISH EDUCATION FACULTY “ACADEMIC SPEAKING” Lectured By Mrs. Dr.Syahfitri Purnama,S.H.,M.H.,M.Pd.
  2. 2. CHAPTER 4: HOW TO DESCRIBE TEACHING AND LEARNING PRESENTED BY : GROUP 8 SHODIKIN, YULIA EOLIA PUTRI, ENDILA RAHMI, MULYANAH RUNDOWN - Opening - Presentation - Open Discussion: dialog & responses (1 of each groups only) - Conclusion - Closing Discussion is hosted by : YULIA EOLIA PUTRI
  3. 3. SESSION : OVERVIEW A. Introduction (by Shodikin) B. What do we know about language learning (by Shodikin) C. What elements are necessary for successful language learning in classrooms (By Mulyanah) D. How do the three elements of ESA fit together in lesson sequences (by Rahmi) E. What teaching models have influenced current teaching practice (by Yulia) F. Further reading G. Discussion (hosted by Yulia & Rahmi) H. Conclusion
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION “ Are you sure that: when you are teaching, your students are learning? ” Quoted from Herbert Puchta; a TESL expert/practitioner of Cambride University USA, Presented in “Cambridge Day 2012”, An Annual international Seminar held by Mentari Books, at Swiss-Bell Hotel Jakarta 2012 .
  5. 5. What do you bear in mind about this picture below...?
  6. 6. WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT LANGUAGE LEARNING is “a nature” & is “ a culture “ is “a Knowledge” Known Linguistic Mother tongue / First Language Second Language Foreign Language Must reed: Cognitive development By Jean Piaget Scientifically Naturally First Language Language Acquisition Language Learning Native Language
  7. 7. WHAT ELEMENTS ARE NECESSARY FOR SUCCESSFUL LANGUAGE LEARNING IN CLASSROOMS ? •Engage •Study •Activate Gathering attention, Building up chemistry, Arousing motivation Learning scientifically, trying technically the knowledge base, Paedagogy Exercising, Practicing, producing, reinforcing the skill Jeremy Harmer (2008), Douglas Brown (2004), Dianne Larsen (, Richard & Rogers
  8. 8. How Do the Three Elements of ESA Fit Together in Lesson Sequences ? WE MAY COMBINE THE SEQUENCE OF ESA TO MEET THE NEED AND TO FIT THE LEARNING METHOD… Type 1. ESA Straight Arrows sequence
  9. 9. TYPE 2. EAS(A) BOOMERANG SEQUENCE Type 3. Type 3. EAASASEA Patchwork sequence
  10. 10. What teaching models have influenced current teaching practice? “Students learn in different times and different method” • presented short grammar rules and word lists, then translation exercises in which they had to make use of the same rules and words The Grammar Translation Method
  11. 11. • Repetitive drills • Emphasises on grammatical patterns with behaviorist theories of learning The Audio lingualism Presentation, Practice, Production
  12. 12. • starts with a pre task where students are introduced to the topic. Task Based Learning • involves language function which students should learn using a variety of language exponents.The Communicative Language Teaching
  13. 13. for Further Reading...: 1. Brown, H. Douglas (2004) : Teaching By Principles: Prentice Hall, New Jersey 2. Harmer Jeremy (1998) : How to Teach English : Longman-PearsonEditing ltd London 3. Harmer Jeremy (2001) : Practice of English Language Teaching: Longman- PearsonEditing ltd London 4. Jacobsen, David A. Eggen, Paul, & Kauchak Donald (2003) : Methods For teaching :Promoting Students’ learning for K-12: Pearson Publishing 5. Larsen, Dianne-Freeman (2008) : Technique and Principle in English Language teaching : Oxford University Press 6. Lomb,Kato (2003): POLYGOT; How I learn Language; TESL-EJ http://tesl-ej.org : Berkeley Kyoto 7. Richard, Jack C & Rodgers , Theodore S: Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching: Cambridge University Press 8. OJL: CSTP Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession 2009 253-752-2082 www.cstp-wa.org
  14. 14. CONCLUSION  Teaching and learning are “absolutely state or the art”.  They are milestoneof someone life and career  Learning and teaching should be described as integrated model of classroom interaction  Teacher should be more awareand careabout students’ learning needs and motivation  There should be an interconnectionbetween students learning objective and teacher’s teaching instruction.  There’s no best technique of teachingto apply in certain learning, there is only fit model that meet the need of learning.  Teacher’s Teaching is credited through Students’ learning

×