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TUTORIAL 5

Tutorial: in groups, discuss materials and tasks suitable for primary school learners in relation to Krashen's Monitor Model.

GROUP MEMBERS
1. ALICE ELISKA ANAK JOHN (TESL 1) 2. NORSUHAIDAH BT KOPPELI (TESL 1) 3. SITI NOOR WAHIDA BT ABDUL RAHMAN (TESL 2) 4. MITHRAROOBINI A/P JEGANATHAN (TESL 2)

TYPES OF HYPOTHESIS The input hypothesis

MATERIALS Give students a wide variety of materials, supported by real and visual signs which gives it a context within which the learner may guess and understand at the content. Used rough-tuned input

TASKS
Give students authentic reading material from newspapers, magazines, and other print sources. Used listening and reading strategies that are one level of proficiency higher than students current level. Teacher-talk: teacher speak at a normal rate.

positive Learning Affective Filter environment Hypothesis Provide both oral and written instructions when possible. Classroom arrangement

make language learning free of stress and enjoyable. Conducive place for study from every aspects. Provide activities that are interesting and intriguing. For example, discussing world events, popular culture, or new technology can be great ways to draw students in.

AcquisitionLearning Hypothesis

Through natural communication

Monitor hypothesis

create a situation wherein language is used in order to fulfill authentic purposes. This is turn, will help students to acquire the language instead of just learning it. Teacher can used Gives communicative communicative language test that competency. (the correlation between reflects the way that language is used in fluency and accuracy) real communication.

Use visuals and graphic Natural Order organizers to help clarify Hypothesis the instructions and expectations Use mnemonic devices to help students remember key concepts

Provide clear directions to minimize student confusion Clarify the purpose of tasks and assignments so students are aware of why they are expected to be completed by them; involve students in their own learning process Point students to good sources so they can supplement their learning