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Strategies in modern foreign language teaching
Les strategies dans l'enseignement des langues modernes
Possible breakdown for PHZH Phase 08
1. What types of strategies are there (eg. cognitive, metacognitive,...)
- There are over two dozen classification systems - here's a good article from Oxford (1994) 
- On Ilias, there is the list of specific strategies from Explorers.
2. How do we get preservice and inservice teachers to notice the strategies they use to learn an FL?
- Jabberwocky exercise (on ILIAS)
3. How do we train preservice and inservice teachers to work on strategy building with their own elementary school students?
- Go to the Annenberg Foundation webpages Teaching Foreign Languages K-12 Workshop . Watch Delivering the Message and note any useful strategies the students use and how the teachers give them tips. You can also watch excerpts from a Video Library of Classroom Practices to do the same. These are an all grade levels.
4. Are there any level specific strategies (things that lower-elementary kids are not ready for that upper-elementary and secondary students are)?
- Well, children of different ages have access to different resources - the older the child, the more the resources (eg. more contact outside the classroom, ability to use the computer, eg. http://www.leo.org). Older learners use a wider range of strategies. This is well documented, I have to scan in some articles.
5. Does language awareness play a role here? (eg. encouraging kids to think about what they know in another language helps them decode a text).
6. What’s the difference between language awareness and metalinguistic awareness? Does strategy building enhance these? Do they help kids become more open to a wider range of strategies?
7. There are different types of strategies for the teacher as well. Are there any specific ones for English language teachers?
- Elicitation strategies
- Classroom management strategies
From Longwood College: 
From CARLA: 
From Missouri State: