Is there an ideal approach to teaching? How can I use my time effectively? What do I do with mixed-level groups? Should I test learners? Professional teachers will have answers to these questions, but many non-professionals are working as volunteers, teaching community or indigenous languages, or running short EFL programmes. If you are one of these, you will find it useful to have this concise summary of what you need to know without too much detail. This book shows you the skills and techniques of language teaching to plan and manage a class so that every learneras time is used to their best advantage.They may not have learned how to look for patterns, revise or practise; they may be unable to read maps or follow diagrams ... They may even complain that they didna#39;t sign up to play games! you may have to follow the teachera#39;s Golden Rulea start ... This is like wanting to take a drivera#39;s test but refusing to drive the car first.
|Title||:||How to Teach a Language|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2013-07-02|