BY Josué Ordoñez
WHAT IS PPP METHOD
A. Attention in the Classroom Learners are alert, have focused their attention on the new language and are responsive to cues that show them that something new is coming up. A simple way to ensure some of the above is if the teacher makes the target language interesting to the students.
B. Perception and Grading of Language We want to ensure that the learners both see and hear the target language easily. So if a whiteboard is being used, it should be well organized with different colors being used to differentiate between different ideas. If images are being used, there should be no ambiguity as to what they represent and sounds made by the teacher should not only be clear, but should be repeated and the teacher needs to check the material has been perceived correctly, and can do this by asking the students to repeat the sounds he or she is making.
MAIN CHARACTERÍSTICS OF PPP
C – Target Language UnderstandingThe learners must be able to understand the meaning of the material. So in the case of likes and dislikes they perhaps need to see an image of a happy face and associate it with liking something and a sad face and associate that with disliking something.
D – Short-term Memory in the Classroom The learners will have to retain the information from the presentation and use it further on in the lesson when we have consolidated their learning of the material and we will give them an opportunity to produce it on their own
-Oficcial content valuable
-Views student as "unanowing"
-Learning content not problematic
-Power difference inherent
-Student are valuable contributors
-Student are give voice