ECRIF and PDP Format

ECRIF and PDP Format_By_Gabriela López

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ECRIF and PDP Format by Mind Map: ECRIF and PDP Format

1. Components of ECRIF

1.1. Encounter:

1.1.1. Students become familiar with the information and material related to the new language and what they already know is activated.

1.2. Clarify:

1.2.1. The teacher asks questions to know if the students have understood.

1.3. Remember:

1.3.1. Activities such as drilling are used in order for students to save new material in their memory.

1.4. Internalize:

1.4.1. Students apply the new information to internalize the new language without the teacher's help.

1.5. Fluency:

1.5.1. The students produce the target language fluently and creatively in communicative tasks such as role plays, debates.

2. Components of PDP

2.1. Pre:

2.1.1. At this stage, students are anticipated about new key lesson vocabulary that the teacher will develop during class.

2.2. During:

2.2.1. Through a series of activities such as talking about the main topic, students are able to develop skills such as reading and active listening.

2.3. Post:

2.3.1. It is at this stage where students must integrate what they understand through reading and listening, relating them to activities of speaking in discussion questions.

3. Advantages

3.1. The activities are interactive and creative.

3.2. It can be adapted to the level of learning of the students.

3.3. There is an integration of new learning for students.

3.4. Students develop skills through different teaching methods.

3.5. It helps the teacher to collect information about the students' prior learning.

4. Disadvantages

4.1. There are times when the content is not fully developed because more time is required.

4.2. Not all students complete the activities established by the teacher since simple matters become complicated.

4.3. Students must be motivated by the teacher to study and not by themselves.

4.4. Not all four basic skills can be incorporated into activities. E.g. just reading or speaking.

5. Differences

5.1. The PDP format has few stages than the ECRIF format.

5.2. The ECRIF format has activities for both teachers and students.

5.3. The PDP format has activities just for students.

5.4. The ECRIF format allows the teacher to look at what students are thinking about at any stage in a lesson.

6. Similarities

6.1. Both formats help the teacher to plan a lesson effectively through activities.

6.2. In both formats, the teacher can implement different learning methods.

6.3. Both formats have stages that guide the teacher to achieve meaningful and practical learning in students.

6.4. In both formats, students are able to develop the four skills using the target language.