By Michael Lewis, Jimmie Hill
Sensible suggestions is a hugely useful, jargon-free easy instructor education instruction manual for brand spanking new academics of ESL/ELT.
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Once you have mastered these techniques, you need relatively little material — it cannot be emphasised too much that you need a small amount of material which provides the basis of the lesson, and a range of techniques which allows you to develop that material in interesting, varied and effective ways. Less experienced teachers are advised as strongly as possible to equip themselves with a range of techniques — which can be applied to different materials on different days in slightly different ways, and a range of activ ities or ‘fillers’ which provide an insurance policy, and the possibility of variety.
Language and Language Learning 3. If students are studying a particular area in another subject, you can integrate the topic you are studying with what they are doing in, for example, history or physics. They can use English language material from the library to gather information relevant to their other subjects. 4. Small groups within the class can be given a piece of authentic material — from, for example, a British Travel Association brochure. Students then pre pare a list of questions about the text.
A fast train leaves London for Brighton at the same time as a slow train leaves Brighton for London. The fast train goes at 70mph. The slow train goes at 40mph. It is 50 miles from London to Brighton. Which train is further from London when they meet? You can do this in your head — no pen or paper! c. There are 100 sweets in a small box. The sides of a big box are twice as long as the sides of a short box. How many sweets does a big box hold? (not 200). Some of the tasks mentioned may be performed in English, while others may be performed in a mixture of English and the student’s native language, or even entirely in the student’s native language.
Practical techniques for language teaching by Michael Lewis, Jimmie Hill