A Course in Language Teaching Trainee Book (Cambridge by Penny Ur

By Penny Ur

This significant path presents a accomplished simple creation to educating languages, to be used in pre-service or early event settings. it may be utilized by teams of lecturers operating with a coach, or as a self-study source. The Trainee's ebook presents the entire projects given ordinarily ebook yet with out history info, bibliographies, notes or options. it truly is appropriate for these learning on a trainer-led direction, the place suggestions is instantly on hand.

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5. 6. Form: pronunciation and spelling Grammar Collocation Aspects of meaning (1): denotation, connotation, appropriateness Aspects of meaning (2): meaning relationships Word formation Question 2 Can you think of five or six examples of items in the language you teach whose grammatical characteristics are not obviously covered by a regular grammatical rule, and which you would therefore need to teach when you teach the item? Question 3 Think of three or four typical collocations in the language you teach, and try translating them into another language.

Stage 3: Discussion What was the main objective of the activity (awareness-raising / presentation of new vocabulary / review and practice)? What particular aspects of vocabulary did the activity focus on? How effective was it, and why? How interesting/enjoyable was it? For what sort of class, or situation, is it appropriate? Were there any unusual or original aspects of it which you would like to discuss? 5, define for yourself what aspects of the item(s) are being tested, and – just as important – what is not being tested!

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.

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