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Certain issues from the perspective of applying the Communicative Language Teaching to the teaching of oral English in HaUI

Certain issues from the perspective of applying the Communicative Language Teaching to the teaching of oral English in HaUI
... investigates the reality of the teaching oral skills to the first year students in HaUI when the teachers are considered to be applying CLT approach in their teaching The main goal of the research is to ... relevance of communicative approach to language teaching in view of the cultural conflicts of different educational theories arising from the introduction of a predominantly Western language teaching ... also inconsistent with their understanding of language teaching In the case of the activity Reading and reporting from website, only 14% of the teachers said they 'use it regularly' when 50% of them...
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The Communicative Language Teaching Approach.doc

The Communicative Language Teaching Approach.doc
... motivates them to work with the language ALM: The teacher controls the learners and prevents them from doing anything that conflicts with the theory (18) CLT: Language is created by the individual ... (13) CLT: The target linguistic system will be learned best through the process of struggling to communicate ALM: The target linguistic system will be learned through the overt teaching of the patterns ... are expected to interact with other people, either in the flesh, through pair and group work, or in their writings ALM: Students are expected to interact with the language system, embodied in machines...
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TEACHING READING ESP IN INTEGRATION WITH THE OTHER LANGUAGE SKILLS TO STUDENTS OF LINGUSTICS AT UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES, VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, HANOI

TEACHING READING ESP IN INTEGRATION WITH THE OTHER LANGUAGE SKILLS TO STUDENTS OF LINGUSTICS AT UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES, VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, HANOI
... divided into two chapters − Chapter I presents an overall view of reading and reading in ESP teaching and learning; − Chapter II introduces the advantages of skill -integration in teaching and learning ... points and weak points of the teaching and learning of reading ESP in Department of Linguistics and Vietnamese Studies at USSH – VNU based on the two survey questionnaires and the observation The ... Teaching with a hope that there will be some improvement in teaching and learning reading skills in integration with the development of the other language skills Part D summarizes what have been...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "INTEGRATING TEACHING THE ENGLISH TENSE: NAIVE AND FORMAL GRAMMARS IN AN INTELLIGENT TUTOR FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING" pdf

Báo cáo khoa học:
... general theory of action and time Artificial Intelligence, 23, 123154 Fum, D., Giangrandi, P and Tasso, C.: Tense Generation in an Intelligent Tutor for Foreign Language Teaching: Some issues in the ... ease at hand The computational application of the naive grammars, in other words, disclosed some deficiencies and incongruities that went unnoticed in the original formulation Second, the informal ... underlying the choice and conjugation of an English verb tense One of the main concerns in designing the knowledge base for this module has been that of maintaining the wealth of ideas and intuitions...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Current Research in the Development of a Spoken Language Understanding System using PARSEC*" ppt

Báo cáo khoa học:
... syntax, and parsing In Proceedings of the ~8th annual A CL, 1990 [2] R Helzerman and M.P Harper Parsec: An architecture for parallel parsing of constraint dependency grammars In Submitted to The ... feedback about impossible word candidates • We have been able to incorporate the durational information from Bear and Price quite easily into our framework An advantage of our approach is that the ... prosodic information is added as constraints instead of incorporating it into a parsing grammar Because CDG is more expressive than context-free grammars, we can produce prosodic rules that are more...
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SOME EXPERIENCES IN TEACHING PRONUNCIATION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS AT SECONDARY LEVEL EFFECTIVELY

SOME EXPERIENCES IN TEACHING PRONUNCIATION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO STUDENTS AT SECONDARY LEVEL EFFECTIVELY
... practicing When students are unsure of pronunciation, ask them to mark the signs of pronunciation above or under the words in their textbooks and then learn them by heart Study the signs of pronunciation ... tests to students, and whenever we are unsure of the pronunciation of a certain word It is also helpful to check the word meanings; ways to use the word and pronunciation by listening to pronouncing ... under the words which they are not sure of on their own And coming to school, after listening to their teacher, they can compare the pronunciation In reality, there are many of my students in each...
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A sociolinguistic analysis of the bilingual approach to the teaching of chinese language in singapore

A sociolinguistic analysis of the bilingual approach to the teaching of chinese language in singapore
... been taught in Singapore 1.2 A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE LANGUAGE IN SINGAPORE TEACHING OF CHINESE Ang (1998)’s article provides a good account of the teaching of Chinese language in Singapore Ang divides ... challenge to promote Chinese Language learning amidst the rising tide of English usage at home 1.3 BACKGROUND OF THE BILINGUAL APPROACH The Bilingual Approach to the Teaching of Chinese Language was ... our attention to the Singapore context, we must find out what are the stakes involved in adopting the bilingual teaching approach As the name of the 26 policy Bilingual Approach to the Teaching...
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The importance of teaching culture in the foreign language classroom

The importance of teaching culture in the foreign language classroom
... acquires also the paralinguistic patterns and the kinesics of his or her culture The implications of Buttjes findings for the teaching of culture are evident Language teaching is culture teaching and ... Page 15 of 25 The Importance Of Teaching Culture In The Foreign Language Classroom 1/14/10 11:34 PM be assisted in taking an insiders view of the connotations of these words and concepts In other ... 13 of 25 The Importance Of Teaching Culture In The Foreign Language Classroom 1/14/10 11:34 PM culture, and to help establish the foreign language classroom not so much as a place where the language...
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An investigation into the style of the english language used in advertising slogans issued by some world - famous airlines

An investigation into the style of the english language used in advertising slogans issued by some world - famous airlines
... –Hawaiian Airlines You’re going to like us –Trans World Airlines (TWA) The Language of Airlines Advertising Slogans Page 30 Use of phrases Slogans are a kind of special writing form They can almost ... investigate the style of English language employed in the worldfamous airlines slogans and has come out with the most popular linguistic features in advertising slogans language However, due to the ... summarizes her findings in the characteristics of the English language used in airlines advertising slogans and also her conclusions on the percentage of slogans employing those characteristics The last...
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The Art of Writing and Speaking the English Language

The Art of Writing and Speaking the English Language
... LETTERS AND SOUNDS We must begin our study of the English language with the elementary sounds and the letters which represent them Name the first letter of the alphabet -a The mouth is open and the ... few other words ei has the sound of i long In great, break, and steak ea has the sound of a long; in heart and hearth it has the sound of a Italian, and in tear and bear it has the sound of a ... of leading the student through the maze of a new science and teaching him the skill of an old art, exemplified in a long line of masters By way of preface we may say that the mastery of the English...
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The cambridge history of the english language volume 2 part 4

The cambridge history of the english language volume 2 part 4
... 'hold'): 9 24 ; atted ('is called' < OE baton): 813; e (' he, they'): 23 41 , 27 08, 40 94; egest ('highest'): 143 , 122 4; eld ('held'): 29 99; elles ( 'of hell'): 41 57; ere ( 'of them' < OE heora): 28 55, ... (Vsp) 46 9) ' for the right of them all' ( 12) hare ba&re luue {St.Kath (Tit) 121 2-13) ' the love of both of them' (13) her eitheres werke (Pal/adius (Tit) 808) ' the work of both (each) of them' ... 1931: 151, 327 ) ' to destroy the weirs in [the] Thames' (29 )a In worshipe of Venus, goddesse of love, (CT 1.19 04 [1: 1906]) b Bitwixe Venus, the goddesse of love, (CT 1 . 24 40 [1: 24 42 ] ) (30)a Crul...
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The cambridge history of the english language volume 3 part 10

The cambridge history of the english language volume 3 part 10
... Press, 19 73 34 Peacham 15 93: 1 23 35 As (33 ) 36 a Bartholomew Fair, II.ii .30 –1 Acted 1614, printed 1 631 Text as in (19a), VI 42 644 Literary language 36 b The Alchemist, I.iii .102 3 Acted 1 610, printed ... introduction to the three styles in classical rhetorical theory The fate of the three styles in the Middle Ages and the rediscovery of the grand style is the subject of Auerbach (1965 esp 1 83 233 ) 7.4.2 ... the remedy applied was a conscious classicising of the inherited form In the case of the couplet, the reform began in the last two decades of the sixteenth century and the model chosen was ‘the...
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Motivation and Motivating in the Foreign Language Classroom

Motivation and Motivating in the Foreign Language Classroom
... involves setting the scene for the use of motivational strategies; Generating student motivation, which roughly corresponds to the preactional phase in the model; • • Maintaining and protecting ... of them: a) increasing the learners' self-confidence; and b) creating learner autonomy Increasing the Learners' Self-confidence In an inherently face-threatening context, as the language classroom ... learners to discover for themselves the optimal methods and techniques Maintaining and Protecting Motivation Unless motivation is sustained and protected when action has commenced, the natural tendency...
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Teaching the Four Skills in the Primary EFL Classroom

Teaching the Four Skills in the Primary EFL Classroom
... word, whether they are skimming the text for general meaning or scanning it to pick out specific information Other things to keep in mind are: When choosing texts consider not only their difficulty ... Reading aloud inhibits most pupils and forces them to concentrate on what they are saying as opposed to what they are reading and the meaning is very often lost Writing In primary schools, EFL ... help the pupils to predict the general content of the text Discuss the subject and ask questions to elicit language and to stimulate the pupils' interest in the text before they begin reading...
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The GED Language Arts,Writing Exam - Writing an Effective Essay

The GED Language Arts,Writing Exam - Writing an Effective Essay
... happened These six steps will help you write a strong, effective essay on the GED Step 1: Understand the Writing Prompt Before you can begin to plan your essay, you need to be sure you understand the ... like they’re glad to have us next door 86 C H A P T E R 11 Tips and Strategies for the GED Language Arts, Writing Exam YOU HAVE reviewed what you need to know for the Language Arts, Writing Exam ... good planning and time management are the keys to success 89 – TIPS AND STRATEGIES FOR THE GED LANGUAGE ARTS, WRITING EXAM – At test time, remember this guideline for using your time on the exam: ...
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