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Authors: Munby, Ian
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2005
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: This paper examines how to use short past tense narrative text to teach a multi-phased lesson, based on theories of SLA (Second Language Acquisition) and involving a range of skills and activities. The model is as follows: students predict contents of a newspaper story from the headline and write pre-reading or pre-listening task questions. Following the comprehension task, students assume roles of characters in the story and answer questions from the reporter who wrote the article. In this context I will discuss several key issues that I have considered important in TEFL in the course of more than 20 years at the chalk-face. These issues include: motivation, the teaching of grammar, vocabulary, and learning/learner strategies, the integration of the four skills, relating teaching to learning theory, the development of pragmatic competence, and teaching without text books. A copy of the text has been included in Appendix.
URI: http://hokuga.hgu.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1428
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