From the book
Métodos de Ensino de Inglês
by
Luciano A. Oliveira

Talking about theories, practice and ideologies.

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Why do we repeat the same classes year after year?

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Don't we know many other ways to teach the language?

Is it true that we do not pay attention to theories?

Does the theory change the way we make choices in class?

It's not just a matter of intuition, or experience that has been developed along the years of practice, but also building knowledge to become a better professional.

Building our own philosophy of teaching we need theories, concepts and techniques.

Which is the best method for the class I'm teaching at the moment?

It's all about building our own principles.

Luciano is a professor at UFBA, he graduated in Economics, has a Master degree and also a PhD in Linguistics.

I'm just reading his book and making my notes here.

I hope they are helpful to anyone who reads it.

2 years ago
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Teaching, learning, language, ... is there any English that could be used as a model? ... the native speaker, English proficiency, why do we Brazilians study English? ... methods: grammar & translation, direct, oral approach, audiolingual, silent way, suggestopedia, total physical response, community language learning, teaching based on competences, natural approach, communicative approach, task-based, lexical, intercultural, a post-method time...