Language for Teachers Task 4: Focus on the Teacher’s Language
The Anglo Antonio Caso
Language for Teachers Task 4:
Focus on the teacher’s language
Name: Eduardo García Acevedo
Candidate number: 004
Centre Number: MX005
Date of submission: August, 30th 2013
In this paper, I analyze my language in the classroom in terms of its accuracy and appropriacy for teaching. I quote six utterances from an Elementary level (A1) with twelve adult students who work at an investigation institute. This lesson starts with a conversation about a woman’s vacation to Aspen in order to introduce the Idiomatic Future.
1. When checking a dialog from students’ book assignments, I asked a comprehension question to the whole class.
Accurate and appropriate: “What is the reason to buy two machines that do …show more content…
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Lightbown, P. Spada, N. (2006). How languages are learned
New York: Oxford University Press
In-Service Certificate in English Language Teaching
I, Eduardo García Acevedo, declare that the following Language for Teachers Task 4: Focus on the teacher’s language is entirely my own work and that it is written in my own words and not those copied directly