presentation techniques and introductory activities
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ways used by the teacher to focus learner's attention on the meaning us and sometimes form of new language when introducing it to them for the first time.
activities used by a teacher to introduce a lesson or teaching topic
The language that is being learned .
teacher puts the target language into a situation which shows what it means
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as another person)5
the teacher says a word or sentence and learner's repeated together as a class
controlled or restricted practice
when learner's use the target language repeatedly and productively and situations in which they have little or no choice of what the language they use the teacher and learner's focus on accurate use of target language.
a question asked by the teacher to make sure that Lerner has understood the meaning of new language
Words, events, or circumstances that help determine meaning. the situation in which language is used or presented.
to put new language into a situation that shows what means.
to do something again in order to allow learner's to understand and remember it more completely for example learner's can review a grammar point by doing extra practice.
is the technique of asking questions or using other techniques to check at the learner's have understood the meaning of a new structure or item of vocabulary.
to provide an example for students to copy.
to focus on something so that learner's realize it is important.
The state or feeling of trust in or reliance upon another.
presentation practice and production presentation technique
presents new language focuses directly on both the meaning or use and form of target language and give students an opportunity to practice language in a safe learning environment where it is difficult to make steaks
task based learning approach presentation technique
students Focus first on the meaning of the new language rather than its form allow student to find new language when they want to and to use language experimentally and creatively for real communication
the action or capability of understanding something. reading or listening text
find out meaning on your own
an approach to teaching in which a teacher provides examples of the target language and then guys learner's to work out the language rules for themselves for example learner's read an article which has examples of reported speech learner's find examples and answered questions about the grammar rules and the meaning of the examples.
test teach test
another way of focusing on you language. the teacher first gives learner's a task that requires them to use target language if the activity shows that the student doesn't know how to use the target language the teacher will then present the new language and then give another test to practice the new language.
contextualizes target language for example puts the language in a context which shows its meaning the context can be provided by building a situation using listening or reading text doing tasks using realia mine explanations visuals or a combination of these.
guided Discovery and presentation practice and production
techniques that focus on the meaning of the target language its form and meaning
task based learning
technique focusing on meaning of target language
activities a teacher uses to introduce a lesson or teaching topic or sometimes to introduce new students to one another.
used to introduce a topic. introduces the content of the lesson aim is to focus and motivate students and make a link between the topic of the lesson and the students own lives. personalization
used to raise students energy levels or to make them feel comfortable about the main thing of the lesson starts. could be a quiz game or pair work activity
teaching language before students meet it in a text
the aim is for students to get to know one another so that they all feel comfortable with each other in the class.
learner's find out information from others by asking questions or using questionnaires
grammatical language patterns present perfect simple is a grammatical structure
phrases which are used for a particular communicative purpose or function these phrases are used to make a suggestion and or function exponent of the function of suggesting examples shall we let's how about.
Having a meaning or purpose.
grammar pronunciation spelling
an individual's preferred or optimal method of acquiring new information
A source or supply or support. for learning. example textbook or course book