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|simonbolton12 1 post||
Could do with some help on question 9,this is the last question on this assignmnet....the one that starts "My sister is very pretty and good looking", any suggestions on this one?
|WILGAR 2 posts||
Hey how did you get on with this module? I#'m a bit stuck on it myself at the moment!
|AlixM09 83 posts||
This module is hard isn't it? I got through by sticking to simple stuff - the student is elementary - so I just corrected regular verb endings, some basic vocabulary and spelling mistakes and simple punctuation issues. I found throughout the course that it helps to include a note to the marking tutor about any issues you don't feel confident with, asking for specific feedback, they usually managed to clear up any major mysteries!
|eddynummer1 3 posts||
Hey guys, notices your writings. Email me if I can be of any help. I completed it well. eddynummer1atgmx.de
|eddynummer1 3 posts||
Sorry about the typo (notices) I meant NOTICED.
|deirdreLyon 3 posts||
hey there i am really stuck on this part of checkpoint 4 this is my last try so any help would be brilliant as cant afford to mess up again!!
Think of a discussion, a debate or a role-play and describe in detail how you would use it in a lesson with adult students. If it is a discussion or a debate, make sure you formulate the subject clearly; if it is a role-play, explain the scenario and the roles. Then describe step-by-step (in bullet point) how you would conduct the activity. What level of learner would it be intended for? How long would it last? (Write about 200 words)
help me as much as you can thanks a mill :)
|Baker543 3 posts||
Hey! For that part of Checkpoint 4 I used a debate for Intermediate (or it could be used for higher too) level students. The debate was about the English language being used the universal language of the world.
Basically just to have 2 groups and to give them some time to write their debate ideas and have some saying all the reasons why that it's a good idea and others saying why that would be bad for the world. After they say their ideas, give them some more time to have a response debate to what each said in the first place. Like a second round in the debate. Then use a feedback at the end to tie loose ends.
Definitely some tough questions along the way of the TEFL course. But I received good feedback for this question. Best of luck with it!