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Teaching Practice for English Language Teachers

Content Type : Book

Publisher : سازمان سمت

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Print version price : 8,000 Toman

Printed Page Count : 224

Congress Classification : ‫‭PE1128/آ2‫‭‫‭ب2 1394

Dewey Decimal Classification : 428/0076

National Bibliography Number : 3951459

ISBN : 9786000201845

Publish Year : 1394

Research Group Code : 5

کد کتاب : 1914


TextBook 4,000 Toman

Book summary

Teaching Practice for English Language Teachers presents: lesson planning guidelines * classroom management tips * error correction techniques * effective and reflective teaching principles * professional development strategies * stimulating tasks and thought-provoking questions for discussion *


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Volume : 2.3 M Byte

Ebook Page Count : 223

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Chapter 1 : Planning Lessons for English Language Teaching
The Planning Stages
Pre-Class Planning
During-Class Planning
Post-Class Planning
Types of Lessons
Logical Line Lessons
Topic Umbrella Lessons
Jungle Path Lessons
Rag-Bag Lessons
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 2 : Classroom Management
Classroom Management and Teaching Styles
The Controlling Teacher
The Permissive Teacher
The Empowering Teacher
Issues Related to Classroom Management
Voice and Eye Contact
The Teacher’s Questions
Keeping Students on Task
Creating a Positive Classroom Environment
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 3 : Classroom Discipline
Characteristics of a Well-Disciplined Classroom
Causes of Student Misbehavior
Need for Attention
Desire for Power
Low Academic Self-Esteem
Dealing with Misbehavior
Strategies to Deal with Poor Behavior
Strategies to Deal with Unacceptable Behavior
Typical Mistakes in Dealing with Student Misbehavior
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 4 : Oral Corrective Feedback
The Nature of Learner Errors
Treatment of Oral Errors
Should Learner Errors Be Corrected?
When Should Learner Errors Be Corrected?
Which Learner Errors Should Be Corrected?
Who Should Correct the Learner Errors and How They Should Be Corrected?
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 5 : Written Corrective Feedback
Basic Issues in Written Corrective Feedback
When Should Written CF Be Provided?
How Much Written CF Should a Teacher Provide on a Particular Text?
What Types of Errors or Language Issues Should Written CF Focus on?
How Should Written CF Be Delivered?
Who Should Provide Written CF?
How Can Students Be Trained in Self-Editing Strategies?
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 6: Fostering Learner Autonomy
Monkey Management
Fostering Learner Autonomy
Helping Learners Discover Their Learning Style
Teaching Learners Useful Learning Strategies
Involving Learners in Self-Assessment
Writing Learning Journals
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 7 : Using Educational Technology
Low Technology
The Board
Visual Aids
High Technology
Grammar and Vocabulary
Technology Skills for Teachers
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 8 : Grouping Students
Variations in Grouping Students
The Language Matching Game
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 9 : How to Teach Effectively
Effective Teaching and Effective Teachers
Critical Incident Analysis
Advantages of Critical Incident Questionnaires
They Help Teachers Diagnose Problems before a Disaster Happens
They Build a Case for Diversity in Teaching
They Build Trust
They Suggest Possibilities for Teacher Development
Tips for Effective Teaching
Perfection Is an Illusion
Regularly Reflect on Your Own Learning
Take Your Instincts Seriously
Don’t Be Afraid to Take Risks
Don’t Evaluate Yourself Only by Students’ Satisfaction
Applied ELT: A New Approach to Second/Foreign Language Teaching
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 10 : Reflective Teaching
Attitudes Integral to Reflective Teaching
Types of Reflection
The Five Phases of Reflective Teaching
Gathering Information for Reflective Teaching
General Principles of Peer Observation
Suggested Procedures for Peer Observation
Discussion Questions and Activities
Appendix: Questioning Strategies
Chapter 11 : Self-Monitoring
The Benefits of Self-Monitoring
What Does Self-Monitoring Reveal?
How to Do Self-Monitoring
Keeping Teaching Journals
Recording Lessons
Discussion Questions and Activities
Appendix: Sample Self-Report Inventory
Chapter 12 : Supervisory Observation
Observation for Teacher Evaluation
Observation for Teacher Development
Roles of Observers
Approaches to Classroom Observation
The Directive Approach
The Alternative Approach
The Nondirective Approach
The Clinical Approach
The Components of the Observation Cycle
The Pre-Observation Conference
The Lesson (Observation Period)
The Post-Observation Conference
Discussion Questions and Activities
Chapter 13 : Teacher Research
Learners’ Performance on a Form-Focused Task through Pair Work
Disadvantages of Pair Work: Revisited
Cooperative Learning
Pair Work and Form-Focused Activities
The Present Study
Discussion Questions and Activities

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