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Monday, November 23, 2015

Where does psychology and second language acquisition research connect? An interview with Zoltán Dörnyei

What is Psycholinguistics? How does it differ from Cognitive Linguistics? Why is this general area of linguistics in the limelight these days? Dr. Zoltan Dornyei is a professor at Nottingham University who is at the forefront of this research. He recently wrote a book titled. The Psychology of Second Language Acquisition (Dornyei, 2009). In it, Doryei discusses the newer challenges SLA researchers in this century need to come to terms with. He details research of the Critical Period Hypothesis, the connection between emotion and learning, Individual differenes, the implicit / explicit dichotomy and Dynamic Systems Theory. This intervies provides an overview of such recent reseach and serves as an introduction to his book
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Dörnyei, Z. & Murphy, R. S. (2010). Where does psychology and second language acquisition research connect? An interview with Zoltán Dörnyei. The Language Teacher, 34(2), 19-23.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Playway Teacher training films - Part 2: Multi-sensory vocabulary drilling

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Watch Herbert Puchta using Playway Second edition in class. In this short training film, Herbert teaches the children animal vocabulary using pictures and movement.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Saatnya kamu bergabung dalam Muslim Exchange Program (MEP) 2016. Berangkat ke Australia

Hai tokoh Muslim muda Indonesia! Saatnya kamu bergabung dalam Muslim Exchange Program (MEP) 2016. Peserta yg terpilih akan berangkat ke ‪#‎Australia‬ untuk lebih mengenal kehidupan ‪#‎Muslim‬ di Australia serta keragaman budayanya. Pendaftaran MEP ditutup pada 11 Desember 2015 pukul 23.59 WIB. 
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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Creativity in the English language classroom

Edited by Alan Maley and Nik Peachey

The focus of this book is on practical activities which can help to nurture, develop and motivate our students.

The activities will help teachers to explore the role of creativity in the classroom both in the sense of helping students to express their unique creative identity and also by helping them to think about and use language in a creative way. The activities are suitable for a broad range of students from young to old and from low to higher levels and can be used alongside your existing syllabus and course materials to enhance your students’ experience of learning English.

This book is free to download as a pdf file.

Creativity in the English language classroom

Official Website : http://englishagenda.britishcouncil.org/books-resource-packs/creativity-english-language-classroom

Monday, November 16, 2015

Developing Classroom Speaking Activities; From Theory to Practice

Jack C Richards

published in Guidelines, (RELC, Singapore), Vol 28, 2, Dec 2006, pp. 3-9
The mastery of speaking skills in English is a priority for many second or foreign language learners. Learners consequently often evaluate their success in language learning as well as the effectiveness of their English course on the basis of how well they feel they have improved in their spoken language proficiency. Oral skills have hardly been neglected in EFL/ESL courses (witness the huge number of conversation and other speaking course books in the market) though how best to approach the teaching of oral skills has long been the focus of methodological debate. Teachers and textbooks make use of a variety of approaches, ranging from direct approaches focusing on specific features of oral interaction (e.g. turn-taking, topic management, questioning strategies ) to indirect approaches which create conditions for oral interaction through group work, task work and other strategies (Richards 1990).

Advances in discourse analysis, conversational analysis, and corpus analysis in recent years have revealed a great deal about the nature of spoken discourse and how it differs from written discourse (McCarthy and Carter 1997). These differences reflect the different purposes for which spoken and written language are used. Jones
(1996,12) comments:
         In speaking and listening we tend to be getting something done, exploring ideas, working out some aspect of the               world, or simply being together. In writing we may be creating a record, committing events or moments to paper.
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Materials Design in Language Teacher Education: An Example from Southeast Asia

Jack C. Richards
International Perspectives on Language Teacher Education. Macmillan. 2015, 90-106.
Introduction and overview
This chapter describes an approach that has been developed to induct language teachers into the principles and practices involved in writing course materials for use in countries that are members of SEAMEO – the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization. SEAMEO hosts a number of centres in member countries, each with a particular focus and mandate. The SEAMEO centre in Singapore is under the auspices of the Singapore Ministry of Education and is known as the Regional Language Centre (RELC). Amo ng the courses RELC provides to teachers and teacher educators from the ten SEAMEO member countries are in-services courses and workshops on topics such as CLIL, ESP, and English for Young Learners, as well as courses linked to postgraduate qualifications, taught in both face-to-face and blended formats. In its earlier years RELC lecturers were sponsored by both Singapore as well by member or associate-member countries and I was the New Zealand Government staff member on two occasions. More recently I have been an adjunct professor at RELC, visiting RELC annually to teach courses and workshops on curriculum and materials design. This paper describes an approach I have developed while working with course participants in this capacity

Sunday, November 15, 2015

The 1st National Conference on English Language Teaching (NACELT) was held on Sunday, October, 15, 2015 at IAIN Palangka Raya

The National Conference of ELT was held on Sunday, October, 15, 2015 at IAIN Palangka Raya. We would like to thank all those who participated - you helped make our conference a great success.