Content-based instruction

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Content-based instruction : 

Content-based instruction Gülsüm Akkaya

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Contents Background The role of content in other curriculum designs Language across the Curriculum Immersion Education Immigrant On-Arrival Programs Programs for Students with Limited English Proficiency Language for Specific Purposes Approach Theory of Language

Background : 

Background Teaching content or information rather than linguistic syllabus The term ‘content’ Substance or subject matter Content and meaning Demonstration Imitation Miming

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Meaningful content in language teaching Communicative Language Teaching Real communication Exchange of information An ideal situation for second language learning

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Acquiring content through language rather than The study of langugae for its own sake Examples curriculum approach of this theory Language across the Curriculum Immersion Education Immigrant On-Arrival Programs Programs for Students with Limited English Proficiency Language for Specific Purposes

The role of content in other curriculum designs : 

The role of content in other curriculum designs Language across the Curriculum A proposal for native-language education A focus on reading and writing in all subject areas Language skills in the content subjects ‘Eevery teacher , and English teacher’ Subject-matter texts and colloboration between subject matter teacher and language teachers

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Immersion Education Foreign language instruction Language as a vehicle Goals of this program: High level of proficiency Possitive attitudes Developing language skills Gaining designated skills and knowledge in the content areas

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Immigrant On-Arrival Programs The reason of learning language To survive simply in their life Particular themes and situations are important Finding accommodations Shopping Finding a job etc.. The methodology: Direct Method Role plays and simulations

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Program for Students with Limited English Proficiency (SLEP) This program is for children whose language competence is insufficient to particapate fully in normal instruction Grammar-based Academic tasks

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Language for Specific Purposes ( LSP) Specific roles ( student, engineers etc..) EST ( English for Science and Technology) Other subfields: English for Specific Purposes (ESP) English for Occupational Purposes (EOP) English for Acedemic Purposes (EAP)

Approach : 

Approach Principles: People learn S.L. more succesfully when they use the language as a means of acquiring information rather than as an end in itself. CBI better reflects learner needs for learning second language.

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Theory of Language Languge is text and discourse-based Construction of meaning and information with text and discourse Langue use draws on integrated skills Read and write notes Listen and write summary Read and respond orally 4CS ( content, communication, cognition and culture)

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Language is purposeful Specific purposes: academic, vocational, social or recreational Language contains meaningful context To modify the language to make it comprehensible: simplifications or foreigner talk Well-formedness Explicitness Regularization Redundancy

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