Presentation on theme: "Topic: Learner roles Objectives"— Presentation transcript:
1 Topic: Learner roles Objectives 1. Students will be able to give comments on learner roles in different method.
2 Lesson One Giving comments on learner roles in different method Pre-task activitiesStep One: Elicit students’ understanding of learner roles in different methodWhile-task activitiesStep Two: discussing and Giving comments on learner roles in different methodPost-task activitiesStep Three: making speech to support your view on learner roles .
3 Learner roles In the Grammar-translation Method In the Direct Method In the Audiolingual MethodIn the Communicative ApproachIn the Activities-based Approach
4 In the Grammar-translation Method Passive learners. The students do as the teacher says , so they can learn what he knows. There is little student initiation and little student-student interaction,
5 In the Direct MethodThe student role is less passive than in the Grammar-translation Method
6 In the Audiolingual Method Learners are viewed as organisms that can be directed by skilled training techniques to produce correct responses. Learners play a reactive role by responding to stimuli , and thus have littlecontrol over the content, pace, or style of learning . They are not encouraged to initiate interaction,because this may lead to mistakes.
7 In the Communicative Approach Students are communicators. They learn to communicate by communicating . Students are seen as more responsible managers of their own learning
8 In the Activities-based Approach to overcome communication breakdownl use negotiating strategiesl develop specific skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing
9 Teacher roles In the Grammar-translation Method In the Direct Method In the Audiolingual MethodIn the Communicative Approach
10 In the Grammar-translation Method The teacher is the authority in the classroom..
11 In the Direct MethodThe teacher directs the class activities. The teacher and the students are more like partners in the teaching/learning process.
12 In the Audiolingual Method The teacher’ role is central and active. The teacher is dominated in the classroom. The teacher models the target language, controls the direction and pace of learning and monitors and corrects the learners’ performance.
13 In the Communicative Approach The teacher is the facilitator of his students’ learning, organizer, manager responsible for establishing situations to promote communication.He is an advisor answering students’ Qs and monitoring their performance, a co-communicator and a counselor