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COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING : 

COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING

THEORY OF LANGUAGE : 

THEORY OF LANGUAGE Language is a system for the expression of meaning. Primary function: interaction and communication. Goal: to develop the communicative competence( Hymes 1972)

THEORY OF LEARNING : 

THEORY OF LEARNING Activities involving real communication. Carrying out meaningful tasks. Using language which is meaningful to the learner. Using language to create interaction with others Using language to learn and to discover

OBJECTIVES : 

OBJECTIVES Reflect the needs of the learner Include an affective level of interpersonal relationships Include functional skills as well as linguistic objectives.

SYLLABUS : 

SYLLABUS Syllabus will include some/all of the following: Structures, functions, notions, themes, tasks. Ordering will be determined on the basis of need analysis.

TYPES OF LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES : 

TYPES OF LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES Classroom activities are often designed to focus on completing tasks that are mediated through language or involve negotiation of meaning and information sharing. Engage learners in real communication and interaction

LEARNER ROLES : 

LEARNER ROLES The learner is a joint negotiator within the group and within the classroom procedures and activities which the group undertakes. Successful communication as well as failed communication is a joint responsibility and not of speaker or listener individually.

TEACHER ROLES : 

TEACHER ROLES Facilitator of the communication process between all the participants, the activities and texts. Group process manager, counselor and needs analyst Researcher and learner with much to contribute in terms of appropriate knowledge and development of abilities.

ROLES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS : 

ROLES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Materials have the primary role of promoting communicative language use. The most currently used among a wide variety of materials could be: Text-based materials Task-based materials Realia, “authentic”, “from life”, in the classroom