Raymond, New Hampshire TESOL Online & Teaching English Jobs

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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

How can the teacher use his/her physical presence and voice in the classroom Eyes Voice Gesture To hold attention To show when something is correct To encourage Use language at the level you are teaching Speak slowly and clearly To reduce teacher talk time Convey meaning To add visual interest Change the pace of the lesson Is there a best seating arrangement for a class? Advantages and disadvantages. How the students desk can be arrange: Advantages Disadvantages The students are sitting in rows: Allows the teacher to move freely Students have a clear view of the teacher Difficult to arrange for whole class activities Very formal feel The student sit in a half cirkel: Teacher appears less dominant Very easy to set up pair work Position of the teacher is important (if teacher inter in the cirkel some student can’t see the teachers mouth) The students sit with individual desks: Easy to give individual attention Good for lectures Difficult to maintain eye contact Difficult for student - student talk time List the different student grouping that a teacher can use. Advantages and disadvantages Positives Negatives Whole class Give a sense of belonging Allows for whole group interaction Good for control Quicker and easier to organize Can reduce students talk time Can be “off putting” for shy student Difficult to manage activities Individuels Allows the teacher to respond to individuals Allows student to be more self-reliant Less stressful for the student than contributing in front of the whole class Little change for student-student interaction Less group belonging Create more pressure to produce their answer Pair work Increase the student talk time and student-student talk time Allows teacher to work with certain pairs Safe environment to learn before performing in front of the class Allows students to share ideas and thoughts Allows stronger student to support and help weaker student Quick and easy to organize May not get on with their partner Can be noise Student can shift to mother language Some student prefer only communicate with the teacher and not classmates Group work Increase the student talk time and student-student talk time Personal problems are less problematic than in pairs Encourage student to cooperate and negotiate english Students are able to choose their level of participation Sometimes is very noisy Can take longer to organize and get started The exchange of ideas among group members can slow activities much down Some group members may dominate and passive student don’t get change to participation How can the teacher make sure all student are equally involved in the lesson and give individual attention? Don’t ask question in a predictable order Don’t allows individuelle to dominate Use students name when asking question Allow all student to answer when they can Don’t force student to answer When is teacher talking important? Teacher are usually the only real model for the correct use of language Presenting, checking, modelling or clarifying Giving instructions, setting activities Establishing rapport How to reduce teacher talking Use mime, gesture and pictures etc Use language at the students level Avoid jargon and elaboration Keep it simple