1. Role of teaching aids and teaching materials in FLT.
2. Groups and kinds of teaching aids and teaching materials.
3. How to teach using a filmstrip; taperecording; a sound film fragment/loop, etc.
A system of different teaching aids and teaching materials.
Teaching aids teaching materials
non-mechanical aids basic (fundamental) materials
mechanical aids additional (supplementary) materials
Visual audio audio-visual
The basic and supplementary materials constitute a uniform teaching complex for secondary school. It is built up according to the following principles:
1)a variety of teaching complexes (Plakhotnik, Sklyarenko, etc.);
4)communicative and situational approach;
5)interrelated approach to teaching all language activities;
6)interrelated approach to the realization of practical, educational, cultural and developmental aims;
7)intensification of teaching, etc.
Characteristic features of a textbook.
The modern textbooks for teaching a F.L. should meet the following requirements:
1. the textbook should provide succession of language material, its multiple repetition;
2. each unit of the textbook should have a topic or a text which will unite all the material;
3. each textbook (and each unit) should contain home tasks;
4. the textbooks should correspond to the aims and tasks of teaching a F.L. at schoolís specialization according to the grades and stages;
5. the textbooks must be of educational and cultural value;
6. the textbooks should contain exercises and texts for developing language habits and skills;
7. the textbooks should contain the tasks, connected with all 4 domains (pers., publ., educ. and occup.).
A teacherís guide includes suggestions for the conduct of the lesson, a summary of all audio and visual materials required, the recorded materials (for auding), some supplementary texts to the topics studied.
The additional teaching materials may be grouped into:
1. traditional (non-mechanical): objects, pictures, drawings, toys, flashcards, sentence-cards, wall-charts, grids, photographs, albums, maps and plans, models, perforation matrix, support signals, crockies, application material for a flannelboard and for a magne-board.
2. technical (mechanical) materials. According to their optical, visual, auditory or auditory-optical effect, teaching materials can be divided into: