Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Large Multilevel Classes (ICE M0046)
This manual draws on suggestions from Volunteers working under difficult conditions with limited resources. It offers ideas and activities to help teachers deal with very large classes or a lack of textbooks. It also addresses such issues as student interests and needs, classroom management, theme-based lesson planning, the national curricula, and resistance to group work. It aids Volunteers in creating classrooms where students are given opportunities to think critically, work cooperatively, and enjoy the experience of learning. ERIC: ED358702.
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TEFL/TESL: Teaching English as a Foreign or Second Language (ICE M0041)
This publication was designed for use by Peace Corps Volunteers with no previous teaching experience. It combines general teaching practices with specific language teaching techniques, and outlines and assesses each of the major, commonly used approaches to language instruction. Sessions cover techniques for teaching grammar and the four basic language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing), including lesson planning and testing. ERIC: ED313902.
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Volunteer On-Going Language Learning Manual (ICE M0064)
People learn languages at different rates and in different ways. This book can help individuals develop strategies for increasing their language competency, discover how they learn best, and continue self-directed language learning after formal training.
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Last updated Apr 16 2012