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Interaction and Children's Esl Teaching

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Interaction and Children's ESL Teaching
Abstract

The main purpose of Children’s ESL teaching is to develop their early communication skills and the interesting of learning English.. Interaction is the key to teaching language for communication. This article starts from the definition of interaction, analyzes various types of interaction in ESL classroom, how to act and stresses the key importance of interaction in the process of teaching children’s English. This interactive teaching method is apt to the character of children.

Key words

Children’s ESL teaching; interaction teaching; interaction learning; communication

文章来源:

http://www.qqcate.cn/english-essay-teaching/Interaction-and-Children-ESL-Teaching/  
摘 要

儿童英语教学的主要目的是为了培养他们的交际能力,以及学习英语的兴趣。交互性又是交际性语言教学的关键所在。本文将从交互教学的定义说起,探讨其种类,交互性教学在儿童英语教学中的作用和如何在儿童英语教学中在施行。教学中有各种不同的交互,交互在儿童英语教学中具有重要性。它适应了儿童所特有的性格特征。

关键词

儿童英语教学;交互性教学;交互性学习;交际

 
Introduction

For years, many linguists and teaching experts have devoted great efforts to do researches in children’s language development and teaching methods. Books about children’s language written before the late 1950s often described children’s language acquisition as the ‘acquisition’ verbal habits. This reflects the ideas of behavioral psychologists like F. Skinner and his predecessors who viewed children’s language learning as a rather passive process of imitating the speech they heard from adults. Researches in the 1960s have changed the way we look at children’s language development and learning. Insights from psychology have led to the conception of the child as a hypothesis tester, a thinker who over time can unconsciously formulate the rules of language. Studies begun in the 1960s of children’s early utterances led us to seek descriptions of what children said. We no longer see the child as a passive responder who imitates whatever she or he hears. Instead, the child is able to actively discover how language works. Children’s knowledge...