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Study portopolio required of language Teaching
(DR. J.BISMOKO CLASS of 2009)
1. ALBERTUS KUSUMO PRIBADI
3. PRIYO DWI HARYANTO
GRADUATE PROGRAM OF ENGLISH EDUCATION
By the twenty first century there has been a movement away from a preoccupation with generic teaching method toward a more complex view of language teaching. Brown traces this movement from a preoccupation with “methods” to a focus on “pedagogy”.
The notion of teaching methods has had a long history in language teaching, as is witnessed by the rise and all of a variety of methods throughout the recent history of language teaching. Audiolingualism, became the orthodox teaching methods in the 1970s in many parts of the world. The Silent Way in 1980s has attracted little attention today. As a panacea of ”language teaching problem”, in the......
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