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Definition of Teacher Talk

Definition of Teacher Talk

According  to  Cook  (2008:  160),  language  teaching  classrooms  were  different  from other  classes  because  language  was  not  just  the  content  but  also  the  medium.  As  an indispensable  part  of  foreign  language  teaching,  teacher  talk  has  its  features  in  that both the content and the medium were the target language.  We  have  known  for  a  long  time  that  talk  was  essential  to  students  thinking and  learning,  and  their  productive  engagement  in  classroom  life.  Improving  the quality and quantity of teacher talk, or in other word teacher-students talk, was often seen as a key to enhance classroom learning (Eke and Lee, 2009: 14)

As a teacher of an International school, teachers have to have more ability to gain  students  interest  during  classroom  activities.  The  students  from  various backgrounds  must  have  different  skills.  Some  students  have  learned  English  from their parents since their kids, and there were also some students that have no ability in English.

According to FIAC, teacher talk was categorized into two main types, indirect influence and direct influence. In indirect influence, the teacher could accept students' feeling,  praising  or  encouraging  students,  accepting  or  using  students'  ideas,  and asking questions to the pupil. The teacher directly influences the students by lecturing the students, giving directions, and criticizing as well as justifying authorities.

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