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Material design

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Material design

  1. 1. MATERIAL DESIGN
  2. 2. A large amount of the ESP teacher’s time may well be taken up in writing materials
  3. 3. Why
  4. 4. Publishers are naturally reluctant to produce materials for very limited markets When suitable materials are available, it may not be possible to buy them Materials are a visible product of activity, regadless of whether such activity is useful or even necessary The process of materials writing may help to make teachers more aware of what is involved in teaching and learning
  5. 5. Some techniques for producing useful and creative ESP materials Defining objectives A materials design model Sample materials Refining the model Materials and the syllabus Using the models: a case study
  6. 6. Defining objectives Provide a stimulus to learning Good materials contain: • Interesting texts •Enjoyable activities •Opportunities to use learners’ thinking and Provide simpler ways of language skills •Content can be coped by learner and teacher Embody a view of the nature of language & learning Reflect the nature of the learning task Have a very useful function Provide models of correct and appropriate language use
  7. 7. A MATERIALS DESIGN MODEL INPUT CONTENT LANGUAGE TASK
  8. 8. A material design model: sample materials
  9. 9. 4 REFINING THE MODEL
  10. 10. Materials and the syllabus Needs analysis = target situation + intangible factors (learner involvement, variety, etc) The coherent between the unit structure and the syllabus structure Two types of model Predictive Evaluative
  11. 11. 6 Using the model: a case study
  12. 12. The models we have presented are ones that we have used in our preparing our own materials.

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