9 Key aspects Conversation Conversation versus speaking, reading, writing, drills, grammar, turn-taking. Communicative approach.Challenge: To teach do/does in questions using a ‘conversational’ approach.
10 Key aspects 2. Informal formality Balance between informality and formality. Freedom of speech. Focus on the individual.Challenge: To teach vocabulary related to clothing in a ‘warmer’ way.
11 Key aspects 3. Class structure Warm-up. Development. Wrap-up. Consolidation. Feedback.Challenge: To devise a plan for a class in which irregular past verb forms are presented for the first time.
12 Key aspects 4. Interaction and competition Pair work. Group work. Classroom work. Games.Challenge: To come up with a board-and-chalk game by which students choose between some/any.
13 In-class extra activities 1. SongsGap filling. Out-of-sequence verses. Mimicry and role playing. Writing the lyrics down.Challenge: Faith Hill’s song This Kiss.
14 In-class extra activities 2. MoviesWhen/why/how/how often to use. Levels. Types of activities for movies.Challenge: Plan a video session.
15 In-class extra activities 3. Spelling BeeWhen/why/how to conduct. Levels.Question: Do you think it is OK to conduct a spelling bee with students in basic levels?
16 In-class extra activities 4. Reading out loudWhy to try. How to make reading out loud funny.Question: Does this reading out loud activity go against the ‘conversation’ ideal?
17 In-class extra activities 5. Other types of activitiesYou are free to add!Challenge: Any idea?
18 Out-of-class activities 1. HomeworkHomework as nightmare. Adult audiences. When/how much to demand. Replacing activities.Challenge: What is the minimum amount of homework for adults who work 8 hours a day?
19 Out-of-class activities 2. ProjectsDefinition. When they are needed.Challenge: To devise a project for 40-year-old students (in pairs).
20 Out-of-class activities 3. WritingWhen/what/how much. How to correct writing activities. Rewriting.Question: How to design a writing activity for multiage grouping?
21 You as a teacher You are . . . . . . what you say . . . . . . the voice pitch you use . . .. . . the laughing you make . . .
22 You as a teacher You are . . . . . . the way you dress . . . . . . the way you behave . . .. . . your personal organization . . .
23 You as a teacher You are . . . . . . your promises . . . . . . your mistakes . . .. . . your self-correction . . .. . . your justice . . .
24 You as a teacherYou are . . .. . . your motivation . . .
25 Wrapping upWhat have we beentalking about so far?
26 Thanks for your presence here and your patience! FeedbackThanks for your presence here and your patience!It would be nice to have your feedback in relation to what was exposed.