Material Development

Rafael Solorzano
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Rafael Solorzano
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Material Development
1 Terms and concepts
1.1 Materials: anything used to facilite learning
1.2 Development: principles, procedures of design, implementation, evaluation of teaching materials
1.3 Evaluation: attempts to measure value of materials
1.4 Language teaching: anything done to facilitate learning of language
1.5 Learning: considered a conscious process, consists of committing to memory of info.
2 Vital questions
2.1 How it should be provided?
2.2 What can be done with it to promote language learning?
3 Systematic evaluation of materials
3.1 Material writers follow their intuitions rather than objectives
3.1.1 intuitions - what is valuable to learners
4 2nd langauge acquisition research and material development
4.1 writers rely on their intuitions when setting out to write textbooks
4.1.1 intuitions useful when informed by recent and relevant class experience
4.2 Materials should
4.2.1 Achieve impact
4.2.1.1 achieved when learners' curiosity, interest and attention are attracted
4.2.2 Help learners feel ease
4.2.2.1 lose opportunities for learning when anxious, uncomfortable or tense
4.2.3 Help learners to develop confidence
4.2.3.1 build confidence through activities which push learners slightly beyond existing proficiency
4.2.4 Require and facilite learner self-investment
4.2.4.1 facilite self-discovery
4.2.5 expose the learners to language in authentic use
4.2.6 provide learners with opportunities to use target language to achieve communicative purposes
4.2.7 take into account that the positive effects of instruction are usually delayed
4.2.7.1 Learners cannot be expected to learn a new feature and be able to use ir effectively in the same lesson
4.2.8 take into account that learners differ in learning styles
4.2.8.1 Activities should be variable
4.2.9 take into account that learners differ in attitudes
4.2.9.1 ideal learners dont exist
4.2.10 permit silent period at the beginning
4.2.10.1 should not force premature speaking and not silence either
4.2.11 maximize learning potential, stimulate both right and left brain activities
4.2.12 not rely much on controlled practice
4.3 what is being taught should be perceived by learners as relevant and useful
4.4 Learners must be ready to acquire points being taught
4.5 Learners' attention should be drawn to linguistic
5 Bringing together of different areas of knowledge and expertise one of the objectives of the book
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