Different ways to introduce yourselves. The value of repetition. The reasons why
we get our students to talk. Looking at language structures and how we practice
them with our students.
The problems and fears of new sounds, new vocabulary and new language structures.
The value of complete immersion in a new language. The importance of eliciting -
part one. The teachers tools - part one. Feedback.
How to interview new students Looking at students work.
The importance of eliciting to part two. The teachers tools - part two.
Students prepare a short lesson presenting a simple grammar tense.
Students become non-native learners. Students provide peer to peer feedback.
Reading and Writing. Listening and Speaking. The six-point lesson plan. Using authentic
texts and adapting them. Using music.
Understanding how a structure works. Using contexts to teach.
The labels of the English language.
Controlled Practice. Free Practice.
Students prepare either a controlled or free practice exercise to create repetition
using a grammar based subject.
Students become non-native learners.
The sounds of English. Pronunciation and sense stress. The phonetic alphabet.
Why do we test our students? The Cambridge Exams.
The tenses of the English language.
Having fun in the classroom.
Students prepare a one-hour lesson: this can be skills-based or grammar based, using
one controlled and one free practice exercise to use in a class.
Students give presentations on their prepared one-hour lesson. Students provide
peer to peer feedback.