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this is my group presentation file in TEFL II. we hope it is useful :) thank you


<ul><li> 1. Arranged by: Ahmad Hasanul Basri (E1D011002) Baiq Ilda Karwayu (E1D011013) Desi Prihartini (E1D011016) FACULTY OF TEACHER TRANING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MATARAM2013</li></ul> <p> 2. WHAT IS CONTENT Grammar-translation Grammar structure Communicative approach Communicative purpose Natural Approach Game More recentlyThe subject matters (topics and themes) 3. RATIONALES OF CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION Krashen (1984) Comprehensible input rather than memorizing vocabulary or completing grammar exercises. Swain (1985) The more opportunities, the more communicative the student is Cummins (1980b, 1981b) Social-interpersonal language is learnt more quickly and easily Snow, Met, and Genesee (1989) Systematic, well-planned instructional framework for academic learning 4. MODEL OF CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION Immerse Education prototype content-based instruction Content enriched foreign language in the elementary school point coincidence or content-compatible language Theme-based model Sheltered model Adjunct Model 5. INTEGRATING FIVE SKILLSUnit I: Classification Unit 2: Text Coherence Unit 3: Understanding Lectures 6. STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUE FOR CONTENT INSTRUCTION Modifying input Use of Contextual Cues Checking for Understanding Designing Appropriate Lessons 7. SAMPLE SCIENCE LESSON PLAN Open your book on page 323! 8. KEY ISSUES Teachers roles To exploit the content Developing appropriate curricula and materials Students-centred approach 9. LITERATURE and LANGUAGE Vocabulary Main reading problem for ESL/EFL learners Specific words and phrases Many words and phrases are culture-tied 2. Grammar Not the major problem as the vocabulary does Dealing grammatical problems by clarify them Literary selection 10. LANGUAGE AND READING Literal Level Inferential Level Personal/evaluative level 11. LANGUAGE AND WRITING Literature as model for writing Literature as subject for writing 12. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 1. ORAL READING Make students active to follow the class* Teacher as a facilitator Different interesting topics every class 13. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 2. DRAMA* Dramatization Role-playing Improvisation 14. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 3. GROUP ACTIVITIES General Class Discussion Small-group Work* Panes Discussion Debates 15. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 4. CULTURE Introduction to Cultural Context Culture Aside Culture Capsule* Group Work on Culture* 16. LITERATURE AND THE ORAL SKILLS 5. SELECTION OF LITERATURE Age of The Work Theme Language Proficiency Genre-specific Recommendations The Personal Aspects of Literature Selection</p>


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