Making It Happen
Interaction In the Second Language Classroom: From Theory to Practice
Patricia A. Richard-Amato

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Monografie
1st ed.
New York: Longman, 1988
xviii, 426 s.
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Contents
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
Part I A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE
Chapter 1 FROM GRAMMATICAL TO
COMMUNICATIVE APPROACHES Grammar-Based Approaches 9 Chomsky's Contributions 14 Wilkins and Beyond 15 Summary 17
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion
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Chapter 2 THE CLASSROOM AS AN ENVIRONMENT FOR LANGUAGE ACQUISITION A Comparison between First and Second Language Acquisition 20 Language Acquisition in the Classroom 24 Summary 29
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 29
Chapter 3 TOWARD AN INTERACTIONAL APPROACH The Zone of Proximal Development and the Importance of Social Interaction 32 The і + 1 and the Nature of Social Interaction 36 The Role of Output 41
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Summary 42
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 43 Chapter 4 THE EPISODE HYPOTHESIS
and materials selection
Predictability 45 The Episode Hypothesis 47 Application to the Classroom 50 Summary 51
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 51
Chapter 5 THE AFFECTIVE DOMAIN Attitudes 54 Motivation 57 Level of Anxiety 58 Related Factors 59 Creating an Optimal School and Community Environment 62 Summary 66
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 67
Part II EXPLORING METHODS AND ACTIVITIES
Chapter 6 THE TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE AND THE AUDIO-MOTOR UNIT The Total Physical Response 71 The Audio-Motor Unit 79 Summary 81
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 81
Chapter 7 THE NATURAL APPROACH AND ITS EXTENSIONS An Overview 83 The Comprehension Stage 89 The Early Speech Production Stage 95 The Speech Emergence Stage and Beyond Summary 108
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 109
Chapter 8 JAZZ CHANTS, MUSIC, AND POETRY Jazz Chants 113 Music 116 Poetry 118 Summary 125
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 126
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Chapter 9 STORYTELLING, ROLE PLAY, AND DRAMA Warm ups 129 Storytelling 129 Role Play 136 Drama 140 Summary 145
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 145
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Chapter 10
GAMES
Nonverbal Games 148 Board-Advancing Games 148 Word-Focus Games 151 Treasure Hunts 154 Guessing Games 155 Summary 155
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion
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Chapter 11
AFFECTIVE ACTIVITIES Background Information and Description Preparation of the Students 162 Activities 164 Summary 175
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 176
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Part III SOME PRACTICAL ISSUES	179
Chapter 12 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT	181
Integration of Methods and Activities 182 Planning Lessons 185 Adapting the Content 188 Utilizing Peer Teachers and Lay Assistants 190 Cooperative Learning as a Management Technique 193 Approaching Basic Skills 196 Evaluating Students 204 Summary 205
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 206
Chapter 13 TOOLS OF THE TRADE: TEXTBOOKS, PLACEMENT
TESTS, AND COMPUTER PROGRAMS	208
Textbooks 208 Placement Tests 210 Computer Programs 214
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Summary 218
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 218
Chapter 14 TEACHING THROUGH THE CONTENT AREAS Submersion 221 Immersion 222 Bilingual Education 223 An Optimal Program for ESL Students 224 An Optimal Program for Foreign Language Students 228 Summary 229
Readings, Reflection, and Discussion 229
Part IV PROGRAMS IN ACTION	233
Chapter 15	ESL PROGRAMS	235
A Secondary ESL Intensive Learning Center 236 A Secondary Sheltered English Model 244 A Kindergarten ESL Program within a Spanish Bilingual School 249 A Life-Skills Adult Basic Education Program 254 A University English Language Institute 259
Chapter 16	FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROGRAMS	266
One District's Approach to Foreign Language Teaching 267 A High School Spanish Program 270 A French Immersion Model for Elementary Students 274
CONCLUSION	280
Part V RELATED READINGS
1. HOW LANGUAGE IS SHAPED: An Interview Noam Chomsky (interviewed by }. Gliedman)
2. THE NOTIONAL SYLLABUS: Does It Lead To Communicative Competence?
H. G. Widdowson
3. THE ROLES OF THE TEACHER, THE LEARNERS, AND THE CONTENT WITHIN
A COMMUNICATIVE METHODOLOGY Michael Breen and Christopher Candlin
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4. THEORIES OF SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION Rod Ellis
5. PROVIDING INPUT FOR ACQUISITION
Stephen Krashen
6. INTERACTION BETWEEN LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Lev S. Vygotsky
7. PERSONALITY FACTORS
H.	Douglas Brown
8. DISCRETE POINT, INTEGRATIVE, OR PRAGMATIC TESTS John Oiler, Jr.
9. LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY, BILINGUALISM AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Jim Cummins
REFERENCES
INDEX
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Hlavní záhlaví - osobní jméno Richard-Amato, Patricia A.
Údaje o názvu Making It Happen Interaction In the Second Language Classroom: From Theory to Practice Patricia A. Richard-Amato
Mezinárodní standardní číslo knihy 0-8013-0027-4
Údaje o vydání 1st ed.
Nakladatelské údaje New York Longman, 1988
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