Presentation on theme: "Trends in Communicative Language Learning Md. Sahil Zulfiquer Prime ID- 1051."— Presentation transcript:
Trends in Communicative Language Learning Md. Sahil Zulfiquer Prime ID- 1051
What is Communicative Language Teaching? A set of principles about the goals of language teaching, how learners learn a language, the kind of classroom activities that best facilitates learning and the roles of teachers and learners in the classroom.
Traditional approach Vs Current Communicative approach Traditional: Full Focus on grammatical competence It was believed that language learning meant building up large repertoire of sentences and grammatical patterns and learning to produce these accurately and quickly in the appropriate situation. Methodology used here was controlled practice and later on introduce four skill routine- speaking listening, reading and writing
Traditional approach Vs Current Communicative approach Current: It is believed that learners learn language through communicating in it. Live communication provide better opportunities to learners than through a grammar based approach.
TRENDS IN CLT Traditional approach carried out till late 60s Classic Communicative language teaching dates back to late 90s Current Communicative language teaching till present
Current Approaches Current approaches to methodology draw on earlier traditions in communicative language teaching and continue to make reference to some extent to traditional approaches.
The approaches Seeks to develop students communicative competence Create need for communication, interaction, and negotiation of meaning through the use of activities such as problem solving, information sharing and role play Provide opportunities for both inductive and deductive grammars Use of content that connects to students’ lives and interests Allows personalization of learning