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LINGUIST List 19.2629

Wed Aug 27 2008

Qs: Need Video/Visual Aids on ELT Teaching Methods

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        1.    Wichian Sunitham, Need Video/Visual Aids on ELT Teaching Methods

Message 1: Need Video/Visual Aids on ELT Teaching Methods
Date: 27-Aug-2008
From: Wichian Sunitham <wichian.sunithamgmail.com>
Subject: Need Video/Visual Aids on ELT Teaching Methods
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Does anyone happen to have a demonstration video or dvds/cvds on, or know
the (online) resources of the following ELT or EST teaching methods:
1. Audio-lingual Method (ALM)
2. Cognitive Code Learning (CCL)
3. Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)
4. Task-based language teaching (TBL)
5. Computer-based langauge learning (CBL)

Please help as I need to demonstrate these teaching methods for my students
on our discussions of the teaching methods.

Please let me know. Thank you very much.

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics

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