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Methods of Foreign Language Teaching and its relation to other sciences.

1.Process. The device, plant or system under control.

2.System. An interconnection of elements and devices for a desired purpose.

3.Control system is an interconnection of components forming a system configuration that provides a system response.

4.Open-loop control system. A system that utilizes a device to control the process without using the feedback. Thus the output has no effect upon the signal to the process.

5.Close-loop control system. A system that utilizes a device to control the process with using the feedback. Thus the output has effect upon the signal to the process.

6.Feedback signal. It is an output signal which returns to the process input and influences the process behavior.

7.Control Theory. It is a part of engineering science which describes control system characteristics and behaviors and allows defining efficient control methods.

8.Automation. It is a process of substitution of human recourses by technical mechanisms and devises.

9.Comparison/summator/adder. It is a control system component which compares input and feedback signals.

10.Block diagram. It is a type of mathematical representations of control systems.

11.Transfer function. It is a mathematical relationship between the input signal x(t) and the controlled/output signal y(t).

12.Heaviside operator. It is describeâ as letter p and means/substitutes differentiation.

 


 

The device, plant or system under control.   It is a part of engineering science which describes control system characteristics and behaviors and allows defining efficient control methods.  
An interconnection of elements and devices for a desired purpose.   It is a process of substitution of human recourses by technical mechanisms and devises.  
It is an interconnection of components forming a system configuration that provides a system response.   It is a control system component which compares input and feedback signals.  
A system that utilizes a device to control the process without using the feedback. Thus the output has no effect upon the signal to the process.   It is a type of mathematical representations of control systems.  
A system that utilizes a device to control the process with using the feedback. Thus the output has effect upon the signal to the process.   It is a mathematical relationship between the input signal x(t) and the controlled/output signal y(t).  
It is an output signal which returns to the process input and influences the process behavior.   It is describes as letter p and means/substitutes differentiation.  

 


 

    SYSTEM       CONTROL THEORY
    CONTROL SYSTEM     AUTOMATION  
    PROCESS     COMPARISSON  
    OPEN LOOP CONTROL SYSTEM     BLOCK DIAGRAM  
    CLOSED LOOP CONTROL SYSTEM   TRANSFER FUNCTION  
  FEEDBACK SIGNAL     HEAVISIDE OPERATOR  

 



 

Methods of Foreign Language Teaching and its relation to other sciences.

The subject “Methods of FLT” deals with Language education that is the teaching and learning of a language. It can include improving a learner's mastery of her or his native language, but the term is more commonly used with regard to second language acquisition, which means learning a foreign or second language.

We distinguish General Methods and Special Methods.

General Methods – Methods of FLT irrespective of the language taught (whether it is English, German or French).

Special Methods – Methods of teaching a particular foreign language, in our case Methods of teaching English.

Methods of foreign language teaching is understood here as a body of scientifically tested theory concerning the teaching of foreign languages in schools and other educational institutions. It covers three main problems:
(1) aims of teaching a foreign language;
(2) content of teaching, i. e. what to teach to attain the aims;
(3) methods and techniques of teaching, i. e. how to teach a foreign language to attain the aims in the most effective way.
Methods of foreign language teaching is closely related to other sciences such as pedagogics, psychology, physiology, linguistics, and some others.
Pedagogics is the science concerned with the teaching and education of the younger generation. Since Methods also deals with the problems of teaching and education, it is most closely related to pedagogics. To study foreign language teaching one must know pedagogics. One branch of pedagogics is called didactics. Didactics studies general ways of teaching in schools. Methods, as compared to didactics, studies the specific ways of teaching a definite subject. Thus, it may be considered special didactics. In the foreign language teaching, as well as in the teaching of mathematics, history, and other subjects taught in schools, general principles of didactics are applied and, in their turn, influence and enrich didactics.

 


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