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By Penny Ur
This significant direction presents a entire simple creation to instructing languages, to be used in pre-service or early event settings. it may be utilized by teams of academics operating with a coach, or as a self-study source. The Trainee's ebook offers the entire initiatives given by and large booklet yet with no history details, bibliographies, notes or ideas. it's appropriate for these learning on a trainer-led direction, the place suggestions is quickly on hand.
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Unit Four: Types of activities 1. No overt response The learners do not have to do anything in response to the listening; however, facial expression and body language often show if they are following or not. They might listen in this way to stories, songs or entertainment (ﬁlms, theatre, video). 2. Short responses Obeying instructions: Learners perform actions, or draw shapes or pictures, in response to instructions. Ticking off items: Listeners mark or tick off words/components as they hear them.
2. Examples. Were enough examples provided of the structure in a meaningful context? Are you sure the students understood their meanings? 3. Terminology. Did you call the structure by its (grammar-book) name? If so, was this helpful? If not, would it have helped if you had? What other grammatical terminology was (would have been) useful? 4. Language. Was the structure explained in the students’ mother tongue, or in the target language, or in a combination of the two? Was this effective? 5. Explanation.
Will all your students participate? Will they enjoy it? Can you foresee any particular problems? Stage 2: Experience Do the activity with other participants or with a class of learners. Stage 3: Reﬂection After ﬁnishing, discuss the questions under Stage 1 above and your anticipatory answers: how accurate were your predictions? 4: DISCUSSION ACTIVITIES 1. Describing pictures Each group has a picture (one of the two shown below) which all its members can see. They have two minutes to say as many sentences as they can that describe it; a ‘secretary’ marks a tick on a piece of paper representing each sentence.
A Course in Language Teaching Trainee Book by Penny Ur