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21 May

Grading Texts in Teaching English

Grading Texts in Teaching English Grading of Texts- implies a primary selection of the text so that the students do not find it too difficult. It should be suitable, useful, relevant and challenging too. Even within the textbook the teacher can grade the lessons. He may commence teaching the simpler ones first. Grading can be done a priori, ie, on the basis of assumptions about what i

21 May

Grading Structures in Teaching English

Grading Structures in Teaching English It involves two aspects: Division of the Entire Material into Time Periods (semesters, terms, years, etc.): The number of items to be included in a particular time segment will depend on the number of such segments and the total duration of the course. As regards the kinds of items in a block, care is to be taken to put similar items togeth

21 May

Major Methods of Teaching English

Major Methods of Teaching English Bilingual Method It is nothing but the grammar translation method. The teacher reads from the text and translates it into the mother-tongue of the students. Meanings are given in the mother-tongue of the learner. Dr. West’s Method It lays more emphasis on reading. According to Dr. West, a bilingual child does not have to speak in the se

21 May

The Situational Approach to Teaching English

The Situational Approach to Teaching English Selections play a key role in language learning exercises. As meaning arises from the situation, one has to grasp the situation in order to understand what is being uttered. In learning the mother-tongue, a child constantly hears the language being used in appropriate situations and he establishes the link between the situation and the

21 May

Communicative Approach to Teaching English

Communicative Approach to Teaching English Its main features are: Language is an expression of meaning. It interacts and communicates. The structure of language shows its functional and useful communicative usages. Grammar and structures are secondary. Functional and communicative uses are primary. Copyright © Manu Mangattu, Assistant Professor, Department of E

21 May

Principles of Selection and Gradation

Principles of Selection and Gradation The selection of words and structures in a typical language course is done taking into account both linguistic and practical considerations. The following principles are to be kept in mind while selecting a particular item for inclusion in a course: Frequency: The words and structures which occur most frequently are naturally the most useful