• The Audio - Lingual Method
    and reinforcement. The Audio-Lingual Method is a method for teaching foreign language based on behaviorist theory, that emphasize the development of oral skill through habit formation, fostered by the use of repetition and reinforcement. In addition, there are some techniques and principles that we have...
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  • Speech Act Theory and Application in the Efl Classroom.
    most of the time we believe that what we understand is exactly what we listen or read. This assumption has been affecting the linguistic and English teaching fields since linguists and teachers have been putting more attention to language form, neglecting in a way how those forms function in real...
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  • direct method
    focused on reading instruction, no textbooks, other materials or courses existed at the time, so new methods and materials had to be devised. For example, the U.S. Army Specialized Training Program created intensive programs based on the techniques Leonard Bloomfield and other linguists devised for Native...
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  • Esl Teacher Guide
    .................................................................. 19 Module I Teaching the Dialog......................................................................................... 21 Module II Dialog Expansions, Structure Drills ..................................................................
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  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline
    divided into two: floating or oral literature. * Singing and chanting were the main means for preserving and transmitting the history, belief, culture and traditions of the community. * The oral literature of the pre-colonial Filipinos bore the marks of the community. Oral lore that they have preserved...
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  • Oral Language Development
    Children develop oral language at a very early age. Almost every sound a human being makes can be considered communication. As children grow up, they are constantly observing and practicing communication and oral language. What they know about oral language has an effect on the development of their...
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  • Communicative Approach
    Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) and the Post -Method Era POSTED BY TEACHING ENGLISH 4 ALL ⋅ APRIL 22, 2011 ⋅ 4 COMMENTS FILED UNDER  ADVANTAGES, CLT, COMMUNICATIVE, DISADVANTAGE, LANGUAGE, TEACHING, TEACHING ENGLISH Background The origins of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) are to be found...
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  • Communicative Language Teaching
    good communication skills in English has created a huge demand for English teaching around the world. Millions of people today want to improve their command of English or to ensure that their children achieve a good command of English. And opportunities to learn English are provided in many different...
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  • English Language Teaching Module 1
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING General Issues in Language Learning and Language Teaching FEBRUARY 1, 2014 VIENDONG COLLEGE For Internal Use Only INTRODUCTION 1. Who is this course for? English Language Teaching Methodology 1 (ELT 1) is a preliminary course for sophomores of Department of English...
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  • History of Literature
    Literature Types of Literature WRITTEN LITERATURE Drama Poetry Fiction Novels Essays ORAL LITERATURE History of Oral Literature Styles of memorization Deaf culture Storytelling DIFFREENCES BETWEEN ORAL AND WRITTEN LITERATURE Literature (from Latin litterae (plural);...
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  • Lsrwt Sub Skills
    underlining and verbal cues] 10. Distinguishing main ideas from supporting detail [the whole & its parts, fact & opinion, statement & example, and proposition & argument] 11. Understanding explicitly stated ideas and information 12. Understanding ideas and information in spoken text...
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  • The Use of Literature in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
    The Use of Literature in Teaching English as a Foreign Language By: Amr Alhemiary Abstract This research aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e. reading, writing, speaking and listening)and language areas(i.e. vocabulary, grammar...
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  • Error Analysis and Efl Classroom Teaching
    repetition of target language practices having some specific structures which could be used in interaction of the people. It is also called aural oral approach. It is based on structural approach of language and behaviorist ideology. The Structural view of language includes particular emphasis on...
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  • Oral Communication
    global) language is definitely English. Whether or not you live in an English-speaking country, its usage exists around you through different means. This is because a common language facilitates international communication. Through the use of an easier way, such as English, things can be understood and...
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  • Language for Special Purposes
    Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies Vol.1, No.1, April 2005 Teaching English Through Literature Murat Hişmanoğlu Abstract This paper aims at emphasizing the use of literature as a popular technique for teaching both basic language skills (i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking) and language...
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  • The Indigenous Languages of Latin America
    is a super-family (stock) on the order of Indo-European. It has eight sub-families that are as different from each other as the Germanic languages (English) and the Romance languages (Spanish and Portuguese). Otomí is a member of the Otomanguean family. Other families are smaller, like Jívaro-Cahuapano...
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  • Culture, Customs and Business Ethics in Japan
    international business, but at home there are more people like us, we appear to have similar concepts and values, but is it so ? Let us take for example Europeans we live at the same continent but yet for some reason most of the nations do not get along to well, there are irreconcilable differences...
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  • Improving Teacher–Student Interaction in the English Classroom
    interaction in the English classroom Acknowledgement I would like to acknowledge all the students and the teachers from Newman Catholic College who helped and guided me to formulate my research topic, as well as, the process of carrying out the action plan. Abstract This paper offers an example of how to...
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  • Communication in Business
    printing press was invented in china that made communication easier. Hence, today’s principles of communications are founded on a mixture of ancient oral and written traditions. Types of Business Communication Internal communication External Communication ...
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  • The Audio - Lingual Method
    were viewed as primitive and underdeveloped. By the 1930s, the scientific approach to the study of language was thought to consist of collecting examples of what speakers said and analyzing them according to different levels of structural organization rather than according to categories of Latin grammar...
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