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Systems in punctuation guideline Making linguistic use open to ELLs University of Alberta: EDPY 413 Presented by: Chelsea Androschuk, Nicole Mackay, and Robyn Ferguson

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Historically, sentence structure has been thought to be (Hinkel & Fotos 2002):

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The coming of different methodologies: - Direct methodologies (sound lingualism) - Functional methodologies - Communicative methodologies

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The Audiolingual Method - The audiolingual technique concentrates on the appreciation of dialect at a to a great extent mechanical level (Davidson, 1978). - Examples of mechanically organized exercises may incorporate redundancy or substitution. The educator is in control of the lesson, and understudies can regularly effectively take an interest with no comprehension of significance (Davidson, 1978).

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Functional Approaches - These are generally in view of situational dialect needs (Hinkel & Fotos, 2002). - According to Skehan, these exercises frequently take after a "presentation, practice, and creation" convention (refered to in Hinkel & Fotos, 2002).

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Communicative/Humanistic Approaches - These techniques impersonate a characteristic securing of dialect, for instance, how a tyke gains L1 (Hinkel & Fotos, 2002). - Language is procured utilizing important contribution, with no formal syntactic direction. It is accepted that ELLs will normally get the types of dialect when this approach is utilized (Hinkel & Fotos, 2002).

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Myth: Grammar structures are insignificant structures (Larsen-Freeman, 1995) - Learning a structure in sentence structure, is not finished unless its capacity is investigated in the meantime (Wagner-Gough, 1975). - There are 3 measurements to syntax direction: shape, which means and capacity/utilize (Larsen-Freeman, 1995). - Grammar guideline ought to incorporate the responses to when and why to utilize any given structure (Larsen-Freeman, 1995).

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Myth: Grammar procurement comprises of subjective tenets (Larsen-Freeman, 1995) - Interlanguages (ILs) seem to take after principles, and are methodical (Larsen-Freeman, 1995). This does not imply that an ELL would utilize a syntactic structure as a NS would from first introduction, yet that they are as yet moving toward its appropriate utilize while shaping guidelines in his/her IL. - Though efficient, this improvement through an IL may not be straight (Larsen-Freeman, 1995).

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Myth: Grammar structures are found out each one in turn (Larsen-Freeman, 1995) - The securing of a few structures may rely on upon the obtaining of others. A straightforward collection of structures, one at time, can prompt to a marvel known as descending into sin. At the point when descending into sin happens, it is on the grounds that specific components get to be discarded so as to make space for new components (Larsen-Freeman, 1995).

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Myth: Grammar is procured actually, and doesn\'t need to be educated (Larsen-Freeman, 1995) - In French inundation programs, where the emphasis is on significance alone, understudies have exhibited a not as much as expected comprehension of linguistic use in the dialect (Harley & Swain, 1984). - Students may build up the capacity to pass on importance, without creating legitimate syntax. Specific shape centered direction may thusly be important to guarantee that as dialect grows, so does linguistic use (Larsen-Freeman, 1995).

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Lightbrown and Spada (1990)research (refered to in Larsen-Freeman, 1995): - This review took a gander at 4 (fundamentally informative) French drenching classes, each of which consolidated a shifting level of frame based direction in language structure. - Their outcomes showed that the class that never centered around linguistic frame played out the most noticeably awful as indicated by the evaluation utilized. - Part of the purpose behind this, as per Larsen-Freeman (1995), is that centering understudy consideration may encourage learning.

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Myth: Error revision and negative proof may be superfluous while teaching linguistic use (Larsen-Freeman, 1995) - If blunders are not redressed, then overgeneralizations in dialect have a tendency to happen (Larsen-Freeman, 1995). - Negative proof may be a piece of the info that ELLs require, however they might not have required it to a similar degree for their L1 (Larsen-Freeman, 1995).

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Myth: All linguistic structures are found out similarly (Larsen-Freeman, 1995) "Any claim such that all obtaining is the result of propensity development or of administer arrangement, or today, of setting/resetting parameters or the fortifying of associations in complex neural systems, is an undeniable misrepresentation of a mind boggling process" (Larsen-Freeman, 1995, p. 141).

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3 alternatives in dialect instructing: Focus on Forms Focus on significance Focus on shape

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Focus on Forms: "Parts of the dialect are shown independently and well ordered so that the obtaining is a procedure of steady collection of parts until the entire structure of dialect has been developed… At any one time the learner is being presented to a consider constrained specimen of dialect" (Wilkins, 1976, p. 2).

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Focus on Meaning: The fundamental claim is that individuals of any age learn dialect best, inside or outside the classroom, not by regarding the dialects as the protest of study, however by encountering them as a medium of correspondence… "dialect is composed as far as the reason for which individuals are learning dialect and the sorts of dialect execution that are important to meet those reasons" (Wilkins, 1976, p. 13).

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Focus on Form: " Overtly attracts understudies\' regard for semantic components as they emerge unexpectedly in lessons whose superseding center is around significance or correspondence" (Long, 1991, pp. 45-46). "Regularly comprises of an infrequent move of consideration regarding semantic code features– by the instructor as well as at least one of the students– activated by saw issues with perception or creation" (Long & Robinson, 1999, p. 23).

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Advantage of Focus on Form: "The learner\'s consideration is attracted decisively to a phonetic element as required by an informative request" (Doughty & Williams, 1999, p. 3).

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Arguments against Grammar Instruction: The investigation of sentence structure advances information about dialect not how to utilize the dialect (Krashen, 1983, p. 10). We get our first dialect with no unequivocal learning of sentence structure (Krashen, 1983, p. 10). The common request (Krashen, 1983, pp. 12-36) in which dialects are found out blocks the impact of direction. On the off chance that open capability is the objective, then classroom time is better spent taking part in dialect utilize (Krashen, 1983, p. 37).

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Arguments for Grammar Instruction : Without express guideline learners\' interlanguage regularly fossilizes. Sentence structure direction may go about as a propelled coordinator helping learners to notice components of dialect when they are prepared. Learning limited principles can improve a generally overwhelming and complex errand by arranging it into slick classes. More established understudies\' assumption about dialect adapting regularly incorporates syntax guideline. Learning punctuation structures takes into consideration more inventive uses of dialect. (Lightbown & Spada, 1990, pp. 429-448)

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Teaching Grammar: Teachers need to consider how to present syntax to their understudies (approach), what alternatives for managing the language structure ought to be utilized, and which territory they will concentrate on amid practice (exactness, familiarity, or rebuilding).

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Approaches Deductive– instructing through standards (the control is given trailed by the arrangement of cases in which the govern is connected). Inductive– educating through cases (understudies are furnished with a few cases from which an administer is derived).

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Sources of inductive direction: Realia/Actions Worksheets (can regularly be organized to inductively lead understudies to a syntax run) Authentic writings (in the wake of listening to an exchange or perusing a content, understudies can answer inquiries to highlight certain syntactic structures– these may then be utilized to infer rules) Dialogs Recorded Conversations

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Options: Teaching through practice: Drills: exercises that are organized to permit just a single right answer Exercises: Open-finished language structure exercises Practice prompts to the formation of a continuum running from content control exercises to content creation exercises.

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Practice: Text control exercises: Provide understudies with sentences that they will be required to work on in some constrained way, for example, fill-in-the clear, settle on a decision from things gave, substitute another thing, or change into another example.

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Practice: Text creation exercises: Require learners to deliver dialect inventively utilizing the objective structure (these exercises are not genuinely open in light of the fact that the understudies know that the reason for the action is to hone a particular structure).

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Communicative linguistic use assignments: Provide understudies with bona fide chances to impart utilizing dialect that is known. These undertakings contrast from content creation exercises in that the understudies are not confined in the dialect that is utilized. Therefore, in light of the fact that understudies are not centered around the utilization of a specific structure, assignments must be intended to guarantee that the craved structure is used. Allude to Penny Ur\'s Grammar Practice Activities, 1988. (Lightbown & Spada, 1993)

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Integrative Grammar Teaching Combines a shape based with an importance based core interest. "shape centered direction and restorative input gave inside the setting of informative collaboration can contribute emphatically to a moment dialect advancement in both the short and long haul" (Lightbown & Spada, 1993, p. 205). Understudies ought to have the capacity to learn express linguistic use runs and have an opportunity to practice them in correspondence in the valid or reenacted undertakings (Musumeci, 1997).

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