Learning English

General English

  • Levels 1A and 1B- At this level, students can:          Listen and respond to spoken language, including simple narratives, statements, questions and single-step instructions; Speak to communicate basic information, feelings and opinions on familiar topics;
  • Levels 2A and 2B- At this level, students can:  Listen and respond to spoken language, including straghforward information, short narratives explanations and instructions; Speak to communicate information, feelings and opinions on familiar topics; 
  • Levels 3A and 3B- At this level, students can:   Listen and respond straighforward information and narratives, and follow straighforward explanations and instructions, both face-to-face and on the telephone; 
  • Level 4A- At this level, students can:  Listen and respond to spoken language, including information and narratives, and follow explanations and instructions of varying length, adapting response to speaker, medium and context; 

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How to teach Language: the student will be expected to learn:
What does language study consist of? 

How should we expose students to language? 

How can we help students to understand meaning? 

How can we help students to understand language form? 

How should students practise language? 

Why do students make mistakes? 

How should teachers correct sutdents? 

Where do language study activities fit in teaching sequence?


How to teach Grammar: the student will be expected to learn how:
To teach grammar from Rules: A deductive approach; Rules and Explanations; Sample lessons.

To teach grammar from Examples: Inductive Learning; Pros and Cons; Sample lessons.

To teach grammar through Texts: Texts and Contexts; Sources of texts; Sample lessons.


How to teach Reading: the student will be expected to learn:
Why teach Reading?

What kind of reading should students do?

What reading skills should students acquire?

What are the principles behind the teaching of reading?

What do reading sequences look like?


How to teach Writing: the student will be expected to learn:
Why teach writing?

What kind of writing should students do?

What do writing sequences look like?

How should teachers correct writing?

What can be done about handwriting?

How does writing fit into ESA?

How to teach Speaking: the student will be expected to learn:

What kind of speaking should students do?

Why encourage students to do speaking tasks?

What do speaking activities look like?

How should teachers correct speaking?

What else should teachers do during a speaking activity?

How do speaking activities fit into ESA?


How to teach Listening: the student will be expected to learn:
Why teach listening?

What kind of listening should students do?

What's special about listening?

What are the principles behind the teaching of listening?

What do listening sequences look like?

Where does video fit in?


How to use Textbooks: the student will be expected to learn:
What are the different options for textbook use?

What do adding, adapting and replacing look like?

So why use textbooks at all?

How should teachers choose textbooks?


How to plan Lessons: the student will be expected to learn:
Why plan at all?

What are the aims of a plan?

What should be in a plan?

What questions do we need to ask?

What form should a plan take?

How should teachers plan a sequence of lessons?


How to manage Teaching and Learning: the student will be expected to learn:
How should teachers use their physical presence in class?

How should teachers use their voices in class?

How should teachers mark the stages of a lesson?

What's the best seating arrangement for a class?

What different student groupings can teachers use?

How can teachers evaluate the success or failure of their lessons?


How to be a good Teacher: the student will be expected to learn:
What makes a good teacher?

How should teachers talk to students?

How should teachers give instructions?

Who should talk in class?

What are the best kinds of lesson?

How important is it to follow a pre-arranged plan?



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