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21 May

Selection and Control of Structures

Selection/ Control of Structures The age and intellectual capacity of the students, the class in which they study, the time allowed, the ability of the teachers, etc. are the deciding factors in the selection and control of structures. Guidelines:       Simple structures should be selected in the beginning. The rule should be ‘from simple to complex&

21 May

Structural Approach and Grammar-Translation Method – A Comparison

Structural Approach and Grammar-Translation Method – A Comparison In the Structural Approach, the items are selected and graded while in the G-T method there is no selection and gradation. Speech and oral work are emphasized in the former while they are neglected in the latter. Habit formation is vital in the former whereas it isn’t emphasized in the latter. Struc

21 May

Structural Approach vs Direct Method

Structural Approach and Direct Method- A Comparative Study Both the techniques lay emphasis on speech training and habit formation. Both emphasize situational teaching. The focus is on actual usage of the language and not on the rules of grammar. The use of the mother-tongue is discouraged. Structural approach is more advantageous as it uses graded and selected words and stru

21 May

Structural Approach to Teaching English

Structural Approach to Teaching English  Structural Approach It is not a method of teaching but an approach to the teaching and learning of a language. It is also called the aural-oral (audio-lingual) method. The vocabulary that a learner picks up would remain meaningless unless use in sentences or speech patterns. Thus actual usage of the language can never be done unless

21 May

The Direct Method in Teaching English

The Direct Method   The Direct Method evolved in 1901 in France as a result of a revolt against the Grammar-Translation Method. The method was rooted in the conviction that the target language could be taught without the help of mother-tongue, just as a child masters the mother-tongue. The basic philosophy underlying the Direct Method is ‘fluency in reading and facili

21 May

Methods and Approaches in Teaching English

Methods and Approaches in Teaching English 1. The Direct Method The Direct Method evolved in 1901 in France as a result of a revolt against the Grammar-Translation Method. The method was rooted in the conviction that the target language could be taught without the help of mother-tongue, just as a child masters the mother-tongue. The basic philosophy underlying the Direct Method