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CUHK Faculty of Education PGDE 2006-2007 SCT – English (F/T Secondary). Seminar on Methods and Approaches Pang Wing Yan Winnie Tam Long Mei Ronnie Wong Suet Fan Karen. Communicative Language Teaching (CLT). Communicative Language Teaching (CLT). Presentation of lesson conducted by CLT

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Cuhk faculty of education pgde 2006 2007 sct english f t secondary

CUHK Faculty of EducationPGDE 2006-2007SCT – English (F/T Secondary)

Seminar on Methods and Approaches

Pang Wing Yan Winnie

Tam Long Mei Ronnie

Wong Suet Fan Karen


Communicative language teaching clt

Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)


Communicative language teaching clt1

Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)

  • Presentation of lesson conducted by CLT

  • Recaps on previous lessons

  • Game session

    2.Summary of CLT

  • General idea of CLT

  • Pros and cons of CLT

    3.Discussion session


Background of our class

Background of our class

  • Band 1 EMI school

  • Co-ed secondary

  • Secondary 3 students

  • Able to master English well (written and orally)


Recaps

Recaps

Do you still remember???

Some…Something…Somebody…Someone…???

Any…Anything…Anybody…Anyone…???

No…Nothing…Nobody…No one…???


Game time

Game Time!!!

Who’s the Thief???


Game time1

Game Time!!!

Situation:

  • Richie Mansion

  • Robberies

  • Done by the same person

    Tasks:

  • Policeman/policewoman

  • Ask residents questions

  • Find out who’s the thief

    “Regulations”:

  • You can ask any relevant question, but you have to use the quantifiers (some…any…no…)


Suspects

Suspects


Cuhk faculty of education pgde 2006 2007 sct english f t secondary

Now, please form into groups of four. Two will be the policeman/policewomen while two will be the residents of the Richie Mansion.


Communicative language teaching clt2

Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)

What implications/what can we learn from the game???


Communicative language teaching clt3

Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)

  • Use indefinite pronouns

  • Convey ideas and information

  • Open an interaction

  • Confidence

  • Keenness

  • Sensitivity


Summary of communicative language teaching clt

Summary of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)


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Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)

  • Expression of meaning or interaction or communication.

  • Focus on functional skills and linguistics objectives. E.g. to report a robbery using indefinite pronouns (someone, anyone etc.) and general English knowledge (give answers to different types of questions and basic sentence structure).


Cuhk faculty of education pgde 2006 2007 sct english f t secondary

Pros

  • Great autonomy, no fixed syllabus

  • Replicate real communication

  • Information gap: encourages Ss to take an active role in the activity.

  • Activity can lessen the tense atmosphere of classrooms.

  • Enable Ss to practice different language items in English.


Cuhk faculty of education pgde 2006 2007 sct english f t secondary

Cons

  • Uncontrolled range of language Ss may use some wrong form

  • T cannot listen to the entire conversation of every Ss hard to correct their mistake

  • More emphasis on fluency than accuracy grammar lost.


The end

THE END


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