Applied linguistics is defined as a discipline that uses a variety of methods to address language-based problems, one of which is that of language teaching and learning. Based on this definition, the article will define and tackle the problem of teaching EFL writing in Vietnam which has, for a long time, been considered a challenge for language teachers.
This unit deals with the students’ listening awareness of both short
and long vowel sounds. You might note that there is no universally
agreed concept of what each vowel sound should be. Although this
book uses the phonetic symbols from the International Phonetic
Alphabet, which is based on Southern British English pronunciation,
there are many other acceptable pronunciations which you could
check in a good dictionary.
New FCE Testbuilder: Student Book with Key - Mark Harrision include practise test. It not only enables students to practise doing test of exactly the kind they will in the exam, it also provides them with valuable details on what is tested in the each part of the exam,...
Maslow, a humanist psychologist, and one of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth century, has explained ‘human nature’ in one simple model. He suggested that there are universal, instinct-like needs, which every human being strives to satisfy. Almost all human activity can be seen in terms of these needs. Maslow gives the needs a hierarchical order. Those needs at the bottom of the diagram overleaf are of greatest importance. A need towards the top would only be of importance to someone if the needs lower down were already largely satisﬁed.
The Economics LTSN invited me to write a case study discussing the challenges and rewards of teaching economics to MBA (Master of Business Administration) students. Why a case study about MBA teaching? Certainly, it is an important market and has grown rapidly. More to the point, teaching MBA students poses particular challenges, but equally can be exceptionally rewarding
One of the most important things to remember when teaching writing is that writing is a process
Very few native speakers will ever start writing at the top of the first page and continue straight through until they finish at bottom of the last one. The entire process has five steps, but the first step in the writing process is coming up with your thoughts and ideas, also known as prewriting. Prewriting helps students gather ideas and give them a bank of possibilities for their writing.
This report was concerned with the situation of learning English for
Engineering (EEE). It is fact that ESP subjects, especially EEE are worried problems.
Although EEE is one of compulsory subjects, many students in FOFL, HUT did not get
good marks and d06, k52 students were not an exception. The objective of this report was
to investigate the advantages and disadvantages of learning EEE as well as the main
reason why they did not get good mark in the final test.
I. CLASS DESCRIPTION:
- 33 11th grade students, Lomonoxop High School in Hanoi.
- Level: Pre-intermediate.
II. TIME: 45m.
III. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
- Develop the reading skill (scan reading).
- Broaden the range of vocabulary related to the topic.
IV. ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE:
- Ss have already known some vocabulary items/ structures related to content of given passage.
Teaching your language to a group of foreigners may be a lot easier than you think. The human brain has the innate ability to process language and understand it. Your students will begin learning from the very first class. Still, it never hurts to know what you’re doing. Here are some useful tips for making the learning process easier.
In addition, to meet mar¬ket demands and the expectations of professional training and preparation for English as a Second Language and English for Academic Purposes teachers, teacher-training and graduate programs have set out to address teachers' on-the-job skills that pertain to teaching L2 academic writers how to generate and organize ideas into coherent essays and compositions, as is expected of practically all students at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Teaching additional languages means teaching a second, third
or further language within students’ countries of origin or in
countries to which they have migrated. Because there are so
many languages in the world and so many reasons why students
should learn them, the teaching of additional languages is a
great challenge and opportunity for educators.
English is a must here, and there are probably few countries where learners take
exam prep classes as seriously as Greek learners do. While such high learner motivation would seem to be a plus, the downside is that English is often learned for the sole purpose of getting the proficiency certificate—a fact that usually reduces teaching to a cramming of grammar and vocabulary, without students being able to become fluent speakers of English.
The main purpose of the research is finding out the relationship between background knowledge and students’ English speaking skill through experimental process. Also, it is intended to provide some reliable implication for teaching English speaking skill at high school in Dong Thap province.
SKKN: Using teaching aids in a language class help the students find it easy to perceive, understand, practise and use the item with confidence and creativity; using teaching aids is very important and necessary in new method of teaching English.
This document contains practical suggestions for teaching strategies that will assist the University’s
international students. Some of the suggestions may seem self-evident as they represent widely
accepted principles of effective teaching in higher education. Nonetheless they are worth reiterating.
The University of Melbourne endeavours to create environments which foster academic excellence
and which encourage all students to engage with their learning communities.
The book ''Starters 6" with vivid images and detailed guidance will help students more interested in learning English vocabulary. The pedagogy you English majors may use this document in teaching English to children.
The purpose of this book is to bridge an important gap that exists in teacher training today; the teaching of the second language and its gram-mai ical and lexical features that are essential for any L2 writing teacher and student writer to know.
This thesis was done with a view to find out students‟ difficulties in learning written translation in order to orient students who begin to study this subject in good manner of study. the study also aims at understanding the students‟ expectation in learning the subject and then suggesting some possible solutions to overcome difficulties as well as satisfy their expectations to improve and adjust both learning‟s style and teaching method.
This paper deals with the domination of communicative language teaching (CLT) which has become popular in teaching foreign languages. However, the application of CLT has caused difficulties for students, teachers and administrators. Within the scope of this paper, only teachers are mentioned so that we can see a part of teaching issues when CLT is introduced. The paper also suggests more research should be conducted based upon the factors of students and administrators in order that we can take proper steps in language training in the country.
Microeconomics Demystified features a clear and easy-to-understand presentation of the concepts and principles of microeconomics, with generous applications and examples. This self-teaching guide comes complete with key points, background information, quizzes at the end of each chapter, and even a final exam. Simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for advanced students, this is a lively and entertaining brush-up, introductory text, or classroom supplement.