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Esp chap 4 materials design (finished)

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Slides for BBI3211 English for specific purposes Wiki Wetpaint project - Chapter 4 Designing Materials

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Esp chap 4 materials design (finished)

  1. 1. Chapter 4 DesigningMaterials in ESP By: Bazrina binti Ramly (159209) Lylia binti Aziz (161759) Nik Nor Nabillah Anis binti Nik Yahya (157814) Sayidatul Fatima binti Mohd Mazeli (160121)
  2. 2.  Definition Forms of Materials Roles of Materials Characteristics of Materials Where to get Materials Sample of Materials Conclusion Questions
  3. 3. Materials can be anything inlinguistic, visual, auditory andkinaesthetic forms that are used tofacilitate the teaching and learningprocess. (Tomlinsom,1998)
  4. 4. a) linguisticb) auditoryc) visuald) kinaesthetic
  5. 5. According to Harsono (2007), materials can also be: a) experiential b) elicitative c) instructional d) exploratory
  6. 6. Consider: 1. needs and wants of the learners 2. language choice 3. development of specific skills 4. Strategies for operating in ESP context
  7. 7.  Stimulation and motivation Source of language Learning support For reference and enrichment Revision
  8. 8.  Teacher-generated Materials Learner-generated Materials Authentic Materials
  9. 9.  Materials specifically generated for teachers that teach ESP. Factors that need to be taken into account: • Matching carrier content to real content • Providing variety • Grading exercises • Presenting the material well
  10. 10. Real content - the main purpose of the courseCarrier content - aspects that is used to assist the real content(e.g.: English for Banking)
  11. 11.  Variety in micro-skills- Focus on more than one macro-skill (e.g writing, speaking, reading, listening) Variety in types of activities- Using visuals & thinking based activities (e.g diagrams, flowcharts) Variety in interaction- Changes from teacher input to individual work to pair work to class discussion
  12. 12.  Grading basically helps provide learners with tasks at different levels of difficulty. One way to achieve this is by setting tasks in three levels. (e.g unsupported, partially supported, fully supported)
  13. 13.  Materials specifically generated by learners for their own learning experience. Examples:  Framework materials  Activities that are devised by learners
  14. 14.  Remove the difficulty to balance the levels and appropriateness of carrier and real content Set a context or a framework learners fit their own carrier content and their existing language competence
  15. 15. Relocation of head office to a new siteLondon MidlandsPrestigious Space to expandClose to Heathrow Airport Some loss of personnelTraffic Congestion More flexible layoutMore expensive Good road and air communication Short-term relocation costs Production Process Advantages Disadvantages
  16. 16.  Text comprehension- A pair of learners prepare some comprehension questions (as well as the answers) and exchange them with another pair. Each pair will answer the other pairs set of questions. Note taking / Information transfer- Learners themselves can think of some creative activities to transfer information for their peers (and their teachers) Vocabulary Development- Learners can generate their own sets or word partnerships
  17. 17.  Carefully selected so that it’ll be appropriate to the subject Make sure do not go out of the intended topic Teacher knows the level of the students’ language knowledge and the target level they want to achieve (course objectives) Select or design materials/task that will simulate the students’ real-life situation as closely as possible Leave room for flexibility
  18. 18. Teachers should consider the followingquestions in selecting the materials (Lewis &Hill,1993) : Will the materials be useful to the students? Do they stimulate students’ curiosity? Are the materials relevant to the students and their needs? Are they fun to do? Will the students find the tasks and activities worth doing?
  19. 19. I) Textbook-based Readily available Psychologically represents something concrete Publishers, commercial companies Bookstores, conferences, colleagues, friends, web pages Teachers will know what materials are available and what materials are appropriate for various purposes Be creative
  20. 20. II) Tailor-made More precisely geared to the needs of the students Collecting the materials when the teachers go abroad to English speaking country Browsing the internet for ideas TVs and radios (current information) Printed materials Provide the teachers with the opportunity to decide on the vocabulary, functions and structures combination that will be most relevant
  21. 21. Teachers can rely on some importantconsiderations (Haycraft, 1987): length of the course. The target audience of the course. The appropriate structural grading: students should be taught what they need to know “in the right order with the right priorities”. The vocabulary should be useful and in current use. The appropriate idiomatic English. The materials should be “visually alive” and “well presented”.
  22. 22.  Refer to PDF documents.
  23. 23.  Definition of materials Forms of materials The role of materials Categories of materials Materials Selection Sources of materials Sample of materials
  24. 24.  Materials are not just a mere tools that can be randomly use to assist the teaching and learning process, but, materials are also one of the important aspects in teaching ESP to guide the teachers and students in understanding the subjects better.
  25. 25.  Briefly define the meaning of materials. Briefly explain two roles of materials for ESP teaching and learning. What are the three categories of the materials? How does a teacher get ideas for tailor-made materials? Explain. Give one benefit each for textbook and tailor-made materials.