Elicitation

Elicitation

Elicitation is a technique by which the teacher gets the learners to give information rather than giving it to them.

Example
A teacher elicits the rules for the structure of the first conditional by asking learners to look at some examples, then writing ‘We make the first conditional in English with…?’ on the board.

In the classroom
Elicitation is an important technique for various reasons. It helps develop a learner-centred dynamic, it makes learning memorable as learners can link new and old information, and it can help produce a dynamic and stimulating environment.

source : http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/knowledge-database/elicitation

  1. #1 by Ficki Restu on 4 May 2015 - 12:19 pm

    I think, this process more effective, the students wll more easy for find the new information and make the students creative.

  2. #2 by Arina Mona Dwi Oktaviani on 4 May 2015 - 12:23 pm

    Thanks Mrs, This technique can make the students active for ask and question in the class because for now many students just silent and just listen in learning process

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