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by Janet Johnson Navarro


Then the teacher conducts whole class feedback to prepare for a reading

Then the teacher conducts whole class feedback to prepare for a reading. D Learners listen for gist to a recording of people giving their opinion on two different places and decide which places are being described. The learners choose a place they want to visit and say why they like it. A B C to develop scan reading skills to focus on text structure to make an activity feel authentic Turn over 15 66 Following a lesson focusing on pronunciation, the teacher uses a game in which learners work in teams and match phonemic symbols with pictures.

5) The teacher reminded us not to forget to bring our exercise-books the next day, because we were going to write a very important paper. 6) The girl asked the man how she could get to the circus. The man advised her to take tram number five. 7) Mike was very sorry to have forgotten to bring Kate's dictionary. 8) The neighbour asked when my mother went shopping. 9) We asked a passer-by if he knew where the Browns lived. 10) Andrew told us that there were a lot of trains to his station on Sunday and we would have no problems getting to his country place. 11) He asked me if I often met his.

views and aspects of teacher education. the world and may not necessarily want to learn a monocentric teaching methodology

After the pioneering. work of Robert Phillipson in 1992 and Peter Medgyes in 1994, nearly a decade had to elapse. The. publication in 1999 of George Braine’s book. views and aspects of teacher education. This article compiles, classifies, and examines. the world and may not necessarily want to learn a monocentric teaching methodology. Finally, Giauque (1984) felt that NNSs were not the only ones who could become better. teachers with better preparation.

They will hear each extract twice

They will hear each extract twice. Ask students to read through the questions and options for Extract 1. Deal with any vocabulary questions. Ask them to make guesses about possible answers based on what they remember from the short extracts in A. Play Extract 1 and pause recording while students think about their answers. I have to say that I’m fascinated by the fact that apparently we only use ten per cent of our brains. I’ve read that the creative possibilities of our subconscious are enormous! Extract 2.

Измените слово грамматически

Измените слово грамматически. 26. Have you heard of Band Aid 30? Probably not. Then let me explain what ‘Band Aid’ is. In 1984, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure BRING together a group of British and Irish singers and musicians and produced a song, called ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’. The song was a charity single. The musicians said that the money from the sales GO to help poor people in Ethiopia, who were suffering from a famine. The group CALL Band Aid. Over forty singers were involved in the project, including Paul McCartney, Bono, David Bowie and Sting.

Through reading books we hear their voices and understand their thoughts and feelings. Electronic books are becoming more and more popular. Some people say that e-books are going to replace traditional books in the future, while others are convinced that print books will never disappear. E-books are making their way onto the world's markets.

You will hear part of an interview with a man called Tony Elliott who founded a magazine called Time Ou.

You will hear part of an interview with a man called Tony Elliott who founded a magazine called Time Out. For questions 15-20, choose the answer (А, В, C or D) which fits best according to what you hear. 19 Tony says the big publishers were not interested in this type of magazine because A it was popular with students B it was considered too expensive C it came out too frequently D it threatened their publications.

Some students find it embarrassing and get anxious. T/F- Students do not get anything out of hearing the teacher read a text.

This can be an effective strategy because the students see how the piece should be read as they follow along, but make sure you monitor for engagement closely, as it is the type of lesson that is easy for the students to check out of. Echoing. Some students find it embarrassing and get anxious. T/F-When students are connecting to the text, they are using higher-level thinking than when they answers questions about the text.

Appearing in a teacher interview is daunting, to say the least. By asking what your weaknesses are, the interviewer is trying to figure out how honest you are. If you say that you have no weaknesses, you will be considered a liar. But when you are asked the dreaded question what your strengths and weaknesses are, the overwhelming feeling is even more. How do you handle this question? To understand this better, let us see what the interviewer is attempting to do when he asks this question. He or she wants to know what your strengths are – that much is obvious. Providing an answer to this question is tricky. You need to prepare for this question beforehand.

In other words, they wanted to speak but they lacked confidence to speak.

creators and not just the holders of such knowledge. defined and directed (Auerbach, 1994). In other words, they wanted to speak but they lacked confidence to speak.

Will Teachers Say What We Want to Hear?: Dilemmas of Teacher Voice/July 1992 (Research Report 92-5) epub download

ISBN13: 978-9992266359

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Author: Janet Johnson Navarro

Category: Teaching and Education

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Publisher: Michigan State Univ Natl (June 1992)

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