Interacting in Teaching and Learning
How to make your lessons more motivating for you and your students

 How  How  Did was it conducted? did you react to the approach? you experience any problems with it  What advice would you give your teacher from your perspective as a teacher today? .+ Task 1 | Interacting  Think back to the first language course in which you participated as a student.

+ Video to exemplify interactive teaching? .

+ The centrality of interaction   “The conveying and receiving of authentic messages” “Exchange. collaboration between two people who have something to share” Factors that should be present as students communicate:        Expression of one’s own ideas Comprehension of others’ ideas Listening and responding (directly or indirectly) Working out interpretations of meaning Context (physical or experiential) Nonverbal cues adding to meaning. context receiver sender .

+ Example of textbook activity for teachers to check interaction. .

+ The importance of interaction  Students will  Increase their language store by:  Listening to or reading authentic linguistic material/ output of fellow students in discussions. skits. Exploiting the elasticity of language Constantly interrelating what they have learned with what they are learning  Create discourse that conveys their intention by:    Retrieving and interrelating a great deal of material that would otherwise depend on recycling . joint problem solving tasks or dialogue journals.

+ Student needs .

+ Course design .

+ Classroom procedures .

+ Comprehension and expression as an interactive duo .

+ Promoting interaction .

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