2 edition of Teaching language as communication to children. found in the catalog.
Teaching language as communication to children.
Frank B. May
Bibl. p. 220-221- Index.
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This book develops a rational approach to the teaching of language as communication, based on a careful consideration of the nature of language and of the language user's activities.
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Listening to and practicing communication skills (receptive and expressive communication). According to the Concise Oxford Dictionary the word means ‘the act of imparting, especially news’, or ‘the science and practice of transmitting information’.
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File Size: KB. Language education – the process and practice of teaching a second or foreign language – is primarily a branch of applied linguistics, but can be an interdisciplinary field. There are four main learning categories for language education: communicative competencies, proficiencies, cross-cultural experiences, and multiple literacies.
Communicative language teaching (CLT), or the communicative approach, is an approach to language teaching that emphasizes interaction as both the means and the ultimate goal of study. Language learners in environments utilizing CLT techniques, learn and practice the target language through the interaction with one another and the instructor, the study of "authentic.
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) is a systematic way to teach a child how to communicate with someone else by handing them a picture of what they want.
This program was originally designed for children with autism but can be used for other non-verbal children as well. This program is intended to provide an alternative means of.teaching • Some children may have a large receptive repertoire but very few requests or conversational skills • Often, others blame the child’s “cognitive abilities” (not teaching procedures) for the failure of developing many language skills • These can frequently be overcome with appropriate.9.
CLT is usually described as a method of teaching. Communicative language teaching can be understood as a set of prin-ciples about the goals of language teaching, how learners learn a language, the kinds of classroom activities that best facilitate learning, and the roles of teach-ers and learners in the classroom.