Language Lessons: Analysis, Presentation, Practice and Planning
Need to refresh your knowledge? Remember what language analysis and practice is, what skills do we teach when we teach English. (4 hours).
Main ideas behind receptive and productive language skills and types of skills focused activities we often use in the English language classroom.
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Revisiting Language Systems
Revisiting Meaning Form, Pronunciation (MFP)
Remembering your ICQs and CCQs
Revision of key terms and concepts so far...
Challenge: Wake up your language analysis
Challenge: Wake up your course materials analysis
What we need to consider when we present language
Example Coursebook Material
The rationale behind course materials and new language presentation
Challenge: Identify the target language and context
Pronunciation and phonetics
Setting up Language Practice
Controlled, freer practice and authentic use: let's test our understanding
Ways to give feedback
Check your knowledge of key language learning terms and concepts
Putting our knowledge into practice I: Lesson material analysis
Putting our knowledge into practice II: Quiz
Receptive Skills: Recap of the key lesson stages
Materials Analysis: A reading activity
Materials Analysis Quiz
Apply our knowledge
Glossary of Terms: Productive Skills
Identify the productive skills lesson stages
Effective productive skills lessons
Materials Analysis: A Writing Practice Activity
Analyse a speaking practice activity from a coursebook
Let's apply what we know to the following scenario: a speaking lesson
What we need to remember about a lesson planFREE PREVIEW
What are the main ideas for planning an English lesson?
Suggested stages for different lesson types
English Teaching Pathways