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TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN

TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN

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TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN

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  1. TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN Author unknown….

  2. MASOUD HASHEMI

  3. Why do we teach children a new language ?

  4. A better new world • A better picture of the language • Show them that learning a language is a piece of a cake • Provide a smooth path to progress • Let them use their mind ( creativity ) • Enjoy their free time not waste it • English is a medium for accessing modern sciences • To make money • ….

  5. To teach English to children • You must be patient • You must love children • Understand the individual differences • Encourage Encourage Encourage • Motivate motivate motivate • Let them see the beautiful aspects of language • Let them love you and THE NEW LANGUAGE • You must know the techniques • Get started soon …

  6. OUR LEARNERS

  7. AGES 6 TO 9 THE FIRST YEAR OF SCHOOLING

  8. HIGHLY MOTIVATED ENERGETIC

  9. SPONGES TO ABSORB

  10. INDIVIDUAL DIFFRENCES Various backgrounds

  11. TEACHER'S ROLE CLASS ARRANGEMENT

  12. MAKE LEARNING ENJOYABLE HELP THEM FIND THE PATH TO LEARNING

  13. MOTIVATE DON'T TEACH

  14. Ready to imitate and participate

  15. Ready to act

  16. Group performance

  17. Correct them don't frustrate

  18. They love their own toys

  19. They learn from their envornment

  20. They are competitive

  21. A brief history of language teaching methods

  22. GRAMMAR –TRANSLATION METHODCLASSICAL METHOD • TEACHING LATIN AND GREEK • LITERATURE • MENTAL DISCIPLINE • READING AND WRITING • TRANSLATION • MEMORIZATION OF LONG LISTS • GRAMMAR DEDUCTIVELY AND EXPLICITLY • ACCURACY • NATIVE LANGUAGE (MOTEHR TONGUE) • COMMUNICATION NOY IMPORTANT

  23. THE DIRECT METHOD • TARGET LANGUAGE • NO TRANSLATION • EVERY DAY VOCAB AND SENTENCES • ORAL COMMUNICATION • TEACHING INDUCTIVELY AND IMPLICITLY • ORAL PRESENTATION OF MATERIALS • USING OBJECTS , DEMONSTRATION , AND PICTURES , ASSOCIATION IN TEACHING • SPEECH AND LISTENING • CORRECT PRONUNCIATION AND GRAMMAR

  24. THE AUDIO-LINGUAL METHODARMY METHOD • USA ( WORLD WAR II ) • DESCRIPTIVE LINGUISTICS • BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY • CONTEXT • NATIVE AND TARGET LANGUAGES DIFFERENT • MODELLING • HABIT FORMATION • AVOID ERRORS • SLOTS IN SENTENCES • PATTERN PRACTICE • OVERLEARNING ( ANSWER AUTOMATICALLY ) • MOTHER AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING ARE THE SAME • NATURAL ORDER • EVERYDAY SPEECH IS CULTURE NOT JUST LITERATURE AND ART • TEACHER ORCHESRTA LEADER • INDUCTIVE TEACHING • CHAIN DRILLS • QUSETION AND ANSWER • MEMORIZATION OF DAILOGUES AND ROLE PLAY

  25. SUGGESTOPEDIA • ( GEORGI LOZANOV) • PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIER • PERIPEHRAL LEARNIN • PSEUDO-PASSIVE STATE • NOVELTY IN TEACHIGN AND LEARNING • INFANTILIZATION • CLASS ARRANGEMENT • VOVABULARY AND SPAEKING • MUSIC AND FILM • ROLE PLAY

  26. SILENT WAY • CALEB CATTEGNO • SILENCE • USING CHARTS AND PHOTOS • AUTONOMY • INNER CRITERIA • STUDENT’S PERCEPTION • SELF-CORRECTION • LEARNING TAKES PLACE AS WE SLEEP

  27. COMMUNITY LANGUAGE LEARNING • CHARLES A . CURRAN • RELATIONSHIP OF STUDENTS • COUNCELLING LEARNING • ADULTS • CLOSE RELATIONSHIP OF TEACHER AND LEARNER • NONDEFENSIVE MANNER • SECURITY • EXPRESSING THEMSELVES • TEACHER AND LEARNER TRUST EACH OTHER

  28. TOTLA PHYSICAL RESPONSE ( TPR ) • JAMES ASHER • (COMPREHENSION APPROACH) • LISTENING COMPREHENSION • HOW CHILDREN ACQUIRE THEIR MOTHER TONGUE • KRACHEN AND TERRELL’ NATURAL APPROACH • LISTENING TO TAPE AND COMMAND AND ACTING PHYSICALLY • USING REAL OBJECTS AND PHOTOS • VIDEO AND SONG • MUSIC • MEANING THROUGH ACTIONS • RIGHT HEMISPHERE OF THE BRAIN IS ADDRESSED ( THE NON-VERBAL PART) • USING IMPERATIVE SENTENCES DIRECT STUDENT’S BEHAVIOR • UNDERSTANDING BEFORE SPEAKING • OBSERVING ACTION AND PERFORMING THEM • FEELING SUCCESSFUL IS IMPORTANT • LANGUAGE LEARNING IS FUN • LOW ANXIETY • CORRECTION AVOIDED • SPEAKIGN AND PRONUNCIATION THAN READING AND WRITING • MODELLING • GREAT RELATIONSHIP AMONG THE STUDENTS AND TEACHER • ALLOW STUDENTS SPEAK WHEN READY NOT BY FORCE • USING HUMOR AND FUNNY PHOTOS • REPETITION • LITTLY BY LITTLE LEARNING • CULTURE OF TARGET LANGUAGE THROUGH CARTOONS AND MUSIC • NOT USING MOTHER TONGUE BUT THROUGH BODY MOVEMENTS

  29. TEACHING MATERIALSand resources START WITH ENGLISH MAGIC MUSIC MAN GET READY MAGIC ENGLISH CHATTER BOX Let’s Learn English

  30. SOME TEACHING TIPS • GREETING • USING SIMPLE ENGLISH • DRAWING AND COLORING • LISTENING TO MUSIC • BACKGROUND MUSIC • SONGS • CARTOONS AND FILMS • START FROM THE CLASS ATMOSPEHER • SPEAK CLEARLY AND CONCISELY • PAY ATTENTION TO POOR STUDENTS • USING CASETTE / CDS FOR MODELLING • USING THE BOARD • USE THE TEACHER’S BOOK

  31. SOME TEACHING TIPS • PANTOMIME AND ROLE PLAY • USING REAL OBJECTS • REPETITION AND DOING ACTIONS • READING ALOUD • USING ENJOYABLE GAMES • INVITE A GOOD STUDENT TO PERFORM • OBSERVE OTHER SUCCESSFUL CLASSES • KEEP UP-TO DATE • SEATING ARRANGEMENT • A SENSE OF HUMOR • CALL THEM BY THEIR FIRST NAMES • GIVING ENGLISH FIRST NAMES TO THE PUPILS • RECORDING THEIR VOICE • DON’T RUSH • BUDGET YOUR TIME

  32. SOME TEACHING TIPS • CALL THEIR NAMES • FINAL EXAM NOT TOO SERIOUS BUT ORALLY • CHECK THEIR WORK REGULARLY • HAVE A VIDEO-RECORDING OF YOUR CLASS • GIVE THEM BREAK • DON’T MISS THE FIRST DAY OF THE CLASS • MAKE FRIEND WITH YOUR CLASS • BE WELL-DRESSED • USE VISUAL AIDS • TEACH 45 TO 60 MIN • BE PUNCTUAL

  33. Remember We Learn Teaching By Teaching