By Phil Race
There was a progress within the variety of lecturers desirous about educating English as a overseas or moment language. This guide includes useful feedback for EFL academics, and goals to steer to rules which are attempted out instantly. Lists of invaluable assets and pro-formas are integrated.
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As well as meaning-focused activities, you will probably want to do some language-focused work. A transcript, of the whole of the text or part of it, is an essential aid for this—it will help both you and the learners really to notice the interesting features of the text and to compare and contrast different parts of it. 5 Point out differences between spoken and written language. If your learners have never seen spontaneous speech transcribed before they may be surprised at all the short language chunks, hesitations, fillers and ‘ungrammatical’ language.
Gather feedback on appropriate alternatives that could be built into menus and catering provision. Advise those arranging catering at induction events to be especially sensitive about labelling food, so that international students don’t become anxious about what they can and cannot eat. 7 Consider getting past students from different countries to write an introductory guide to the idiosyncrasies of your country and institution! This can be useful for new learners from abroad, and it’s also good for staff and learners from the home country to see themselves through the eyes of people from other cultures.
Research your explanation, ideally in more than one grammar book—and then give an explanation that you feel best meets the current stage of your learners’ language awareness. Show them that explanations are really just workable simplifications; exceptions to ‘rules’ will inevitably be found. They are an opportunity to refine one’s understanding of the rule in question. 38 LANGUAGE WORK IN THE CLASSROOM 8 Capitalize on learners’ existing knowledge. Especially if they have previously learnt in a formal way, your learners will no doubt possess a grammatical metalanguage which you can tap into.
500 TIPS FOR TESOL TEACHERS (The 500 Tips Series) by Phil Race