By Penny Ur
This significant direction presents a accomplished easy advent to educating languages, to be used in pre-service or early adventure settings. it may be utilized by teams of lecturers operating with a coach, or as a self-study source. The Trainee's ebook offers the entire projects given in general ebook yet with out historical past info, bibliographies, notes or options. it really is compatible for these learning on a trainer-led path, the place suggestions is instantly to be had.
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2: LEARNER DIFFICULTIES IN LISTENING 1. I have trouble catching the actual sounds of the foreign language. 2. I have to understand every word; if I miss something, I feel I am failing and get worried and stressed. 3. I can understand people if they talk slowly and clearly; I can’t understand fast, natural, native-sounding speech. 4. I need to hear things more than once in order to understand. 5. I ﬁnd it difﬁcult to ‘keep up’ with all the information I am getting, and cannot think ahead or predict.
Was the information given about the structure at the right level: reasonably accurate but not too detailed? Did you use comparison with the students’ mother tongue (if known)? Was this / would this have been useful? 6. Delivery. Were you speaking (and writing) clearly and at an appropriate speed? 7. Rules. Was an explicit rule given? Why / Why not? If so, did you explain it yourself or did you elicit it from the students? Was this the best way to do it? 3. Many coursebooks provide plenty of exercises that suit the descriptions of Types 2–3, but tend to neglect the others.
It consisted of three female singers, with no band. They came originally from Manchester, and began singing in local clubs, but their fame soon spread throughout the British Isles and then all over the world. Their hairstyle and clothes were imitated by a whole generation of teenagers, and thousands came to hear them sing, bought recordings of their songs or went to see their ﬁlms. The questions 1. ’ was a) notorious b) well-known c) unpopular d) local 2. The group was composed of: a) three boys b) two girls and a boy c) two boys and a girl d) three girls 3.