Presentation on theme: "Functional English - 1. My Introduction Muhammad Rashid Saleem Assistant Professor at IMCB G-10/4, Islamabad Part Time Teacher at IIUI Teacher, Teacher."— Presentation transcript:
My Introduction Muhammad Rashid Saleem Assistant Professor at IMCB G-10/4, Islamabad Part Time Teacher at IIUI Teacher, Teacher Trainer, Curriculum Developer, Educationist
Course Summary Program: Associate Degree in Education (ADE) Duration: 36 Hours Credit Value: 3 Hours Aim: To develop English Language Proficiency of school teachers
Special Focus Social interaction Accurate use of structures Improvement of Pronunciation Development of active vocabulary Deeper understanding of descriptive, narrative and instructional texts
Approach and Strategy Integrated Skills Meaningful Context Learner-centered Interactive Maximum Use of English
How do we learn a language? Language learning is a SKILL We need the following: – Commitment – Positive attitude – Opportunity – Practice – Guidance – Material
Best Practices Be willing to – leave the comfort zone – Experiment with language – Make mistakes – Manage your own learning
Session 1: Introductions After completing this session, you should be able to: – make effective self and peer introductions – make useful introductory notes
Title Mr. Miss. Mrs. Ms. Dr. We use these titles with the Given Names.
Introducing Oneself INFORMAL Hi, I’m Rashid. Hello, my name is Lubna. FORMAL Hello, I don’t think we’ve met. Let me introduce myself. My name is Rashid Saleem. Good morning. Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Lubna Sattar.
Introducing Others INFORMAL This is my brother, Asim. FORMAL May I introduce my colleague, Mr. Shujauddin? Allow me to introduce my colleague, Fatima Sheikh. I’d like you to meet my colleague, tanveer Mehmood.
Replying to Introductions INFORMAL Hi, Lubna, nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too. Hello, Tanveer. I’m happy to meet you. Lovely to meet you too. FORMAL How do you do, Ms Fatima. How do you do. It’s a pleasure to meet you I’m very pleased to meet you.
Greeting someone you already know INFORMAL Hi, Lubna, how are you? Fine, thanks. And you? Hello, Tanveer. How are you dowing? Great, thanks. How about you? FORMAL Good morning Ms Lubna. How are you today? I’m very well, thank you. And you? Hello, Mr. Tanveer. It’s nice to see you again. And you.
Saying Goodbye INFORMAL I must go. Catch you later. Ok, see you later. Bye. I’ll be off now. Speak to you later. Sure, take care. FORMAL Good bye. It has been a pleasure meeting you. The pleasure is mine. I hope to see you again soon. I must be on my way. It was nice seeing you again. Likewise. I look forward to seeing you again.