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Title: TEACHING ENGLISH


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TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN
Author unknown.
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MASOUD HASHEMI
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Why do we teach children a new language ?
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  • 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
  • .

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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

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OUR LEARNERS
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AGES 6 TO 9
THE FIRST YEAR OF SCHOOLING
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HIGHLY MOTIVATED
ENERGETIC
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SPONGES TO ABSORB
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INDIVIDUAL DIFFRENCES
Various backgrounds
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TEACHER'S ROLE
CLASS ARRANGEMENT
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MAKE LEARNING ENJOYABLE
HELP THEM FIND THE PATH TO LEARNING
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MOTIVATE DON'T TEACH
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Ready to imitate and participate
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Ready to act
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Group performance
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Correct them don't frustrate
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They love their own toys
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They learn from their envornment
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They are competitive
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A brief history of language teaching methods
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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

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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

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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

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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

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SILENT WAY
  • CALEB CATTEGNO
  • SILENCE
  • USING CHARTS AND PHOTOS
  • AUTONOMY
  • INNER CRITERIA
  • STUDENTS PERCEPTION
  • SELF-CORRECTION
  • LEARNING TAKES PLACE AS WE SLEEP

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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

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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 STUDENTS
    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

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TEACHING MATERIALSand resources
  • START WITH ENGLISH
  • MAGIC MUSIC MAN
  • GET READY
  • MAGIC ENGLISH
  • CHATTER BOX
  • Lets Learn English

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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 TEACHERS BOOK

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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
  • DONT RUSH
  • BUDGET YOUR TIME

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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
  • DONT 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

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Remember
We Learn Teaching By Teaching
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