VARIETY OF TEXT TYPES

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VARIETY OF TEXT TYPES

VARIETY OF TEXT TYPES

1. Other texts can make the meaning of a

highlighted literary form more situated

2. Informative texts are taught along with

literary texts as a way to connect to

other disciplines

3. Informative texts in a theme-oriented

learning structure

4. Maximization of various reading

strategies that cut across text types


Ang Pintor

Gumuhit siya ng ibon

Lumipad ito palayo.

Gumuhit siya ng isda,

Lumangoy ito sa hangin.

Gumuhit siya ng bulaklak

Nagkalat ang halimuyak sa dilim.

Iginuhit niya ang sarili

At inangkin siya ng kambas.

Jerry Gracio


TASK-BASED TEACHING

1. Concurrent addressing of dimensions

of language and literature teaching

2. Situated activities of language use

3. Allows more logical sequencing of

content and performance dimensions

4. Integration of technology and media

literacy activities


COMMUNICATIVE GRAMMAR

1. Due to the focus on the more contextspecific

use of language

2. Focus on more essential rather than

sequential aspects of grammar

3. Impetus to immediately address recurring

areas of difficulty in form-focused learning


Learning “Grammars”

1. Elicitation

Reviving a Teaching Structure

2. Generalization

3. Controlled Practice

4. Individual Practice

5. Expansion/ Enrichment


Moving Forward:

CEAP Schools

and PALT in Focus


www.paltpilipinas.org


SUBMIT A PROPOSAL BY JULY 15!

www.paltpilipinas.org

• Paper reading (40 minutes)

• Teaching demonstration (60 minutes)

• Panel discussion (60 minutes)


CONTACT US FOR YOUR

SCHOOL’S LANGUAGE

TEACHER TRAINING NEEDS.

efermin@mc.edu.ph

pac.palt2013@gmail.com


TRANSITIONING TO THE

K to 12 MTB-MLE PROGRAM

A CEAP-PALT Collaboration

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