COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING

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COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING by Mind Map: COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING

1. Role of the teacher

1.1. Multidimentional

1.1.1. Advisor

1.1.2. Manager

1.1.3. Co-communicator

1.1.4. Monitor

1.1.5. Facilitator

2. Role of the learner

2.1. Learner autonomy

2.1.1. Control their own learning

2.1.2. Self-Reliant

2.1.3. Self-directed

2.1.4. Learn from experience

2.2. Learner training

2.2.1. Aware of

2.2.1.1. Learning strategies

2.2.1.2. Individual learning styles

3. Learner generated syllabi

3.1. Candlin (1976)

3.1.1. Would be based on learners' needs

3.2. Learners and teachers negociate

4. Self-acces

4.1. Breen (1984)

4.1.1. Students access to alternative activities

4.1.1.1. They must be useful

4.1.2. Collaborative learning

4.1.2.1. Develops true atonomy

4.2. Benson (1997)

4.3. Computer Assisted Language Learning

4.3.1. Chat sites

4.3.2. Forums in the target language

4.3.3. English- speaking virtual avatars

4.3.4. Video conferencing

4.4. Teachers become guides

5. Learner error and evaluation

5.1. Natural part of learning process

5.2. Widdowson (1990)

5.2.1. Erros are sign of successful learning

5.3. Students are evaluated on accuracy and fluency.

5.3.1. Thrught means of a communicative test

6. Small group and pairwork

6.1. Collaborative learning

6.1.1. Nunan (1992)

6.1.1.1. Fundamental in the development of competence.

6.1.1.2. Individual thoughts take on communicative significance in social interaction.

6.1.2. Intended to maximise students' communication.