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MATERIALS DESING FOR FACE TO FACE ENVIRONMENTS

GROUP 551022_23

UNIT 1: STEP 2. TO STABLISH THEORETICAL FOUNDATION FOR


DESIGNING TEACHING MATERIAL

TUTOR
DIANA CONSTANZA CRUZ

STUDENT
LUZ STELLA SALAS
41797049

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OPEN AND DISTANCE


SCHOOL OF BASIC SCIENCES OF EDUCATION
BACHELOR IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
What should ELT materials have?

A. To put into practice the target language.

B. Comprehensible and relevant input are essential.

C. Give outcome feedback to learners.


D Positive emotions.

E. Activate attention and curiosity.

F. Provide novel, interesting, funny materials. .


1. The learners need listening, reading, viewing
materials that give them information related with
customes and traditions in the foreign culture.

2. To give comprenhensible input to students is


very important because they recieve unknown
information to link with what they already know
in this way they can expand and enrich their
knowledge in the target language.

3. Provide opportunities for communicative


purposes in target language increasing language
use.
4. Help learners feel relax. If the students are
relaxed and have confidence in themselves
they will learn and easily grasp new concepts

5. Materials that awaken student’s desire for


research and learn interesting topics day by
day

6. For students it is important to receive a correct


feedback in order to know how they develop their
skills in the new language. How are they learning
and what can they improve.
REFERENCES

Tomlinson, B. and Avila, J 2007a. Seeing and saying for yourself: the roles of audiovisual
mental aids in language learning and use. In B. Tomlinson (ed. ) . Language Acquisition and
Development. Studies for Learners of First and Other Languages. London: Continuum: 61-
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Retrieved from:
http://www.iltec.pt/pdf/Principles%20and%20Procedures%20of%20Materials%20Development
%20Paper.pdf

Teaching Materials and Young learners. Retrieved from:


https://www.eltnews.gr/teaching_resources/618-teaching-materials-and-young-learners