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500 Tips for TESOL Teachers by Phil Race, Sue Wharton

By Phil Race, Sue Wharton

There was a progress within the variety of lecturers excited about educating English as a overseas or moment language. This instruction manual comprises functional feedback for EFL academics, and goals to guide to rules that are attempted out instantaneously. Lists of worthwhile assets and pro-formas are included.

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If you have a specific purposes class, you might want to collect data that is directly relevant to their language needs. If you have a more general class, you might want to vary their language exposure. The following suggestions should help you to collect usable natural language data. Most of them concentrate on spoken data, since that is the most difficult to collect! 1 Obtain permission. If you are recording people’s speech, or taking documents relating to an organization, you need to ask for permission.

This means providing meaning-focused production activities, where learners can choose what language they produce within the role play, task, etc. You may choose an activity which creates an opportunity to use recently studied grammatical forms, for the benefit of learners who are ready to consolidate in this way. 3 Consider explicit practice activities. These are activities where language is more controlled—the prime purpose of the activity is to practise a recently studied form. Such activities usually have a meaning-focused dimension, but learners are told what language they should use to express the meaning.

Such data is unsuitable for any statistical purposes, but is valuable in qualitative analysis of feedback from learners, and can often touch on aspects that relate to potential quality enhancement developments. 500 TIPS FOR TESOL 25 18 Don’t accumulate piles of uninterpreted questionnaire data! It’s best to make a deliberate effort to produce a summary report (even if only for your own private use) for each set of data. A pile of feedback responses quickly becomes out of date as new developments are implemented in courses.

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