By John Millington Ward
A tradition booklet for college kids of English at intermediate and complicated degrees.
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Discuss your opinions with a colleague. 4 Would the mistake irritate somebody? Don’t forget that teachers are irritated by different things from non-teachers. One of the things that irritates us most about student behaviour is saying ‘Hello’ when they mean ‘Goodbye’, but we recognise this is irrational! Try to put yourself in the position of a native-speaker who is not a teacher of EFL. T ask 3 4 ------------------------------------------------------Make a list of your stu den ts’ mistakes which irritate you.
Student boredom. T ask 4 9 _______________________________________ W hat m aterials can be used to record students’ mistakes during a lesson without disturbing the flow? Think of at least two or three. Many teachers will say that they do not have the time or the resources to prepare material specially just to deal with stu d e n ts ’ m istakes - it ’ s much q u ick er and m ore economical to just correct them there and then in class. This may be true in the short term: students often manage to put overt correction into practice immediately.
7) Figure 7 b Figure 7 a d. ) Cross over your arms in front of you. 8) F igure 8 48 Oral mistakes - techniques e. Pronunciation Cup your hand behind your ear, as if you haven’t heard properly. f. Intonation Sweep the hand horizontally in front of you, using the movement of the hand up or down to show what is wrong, or what the right intonation should be. In general, humour can be used, without sarcasm, for some students to indicate an unsuitable tone of voice. For example, if the student sounds very aggressive, you can pretend to salute, or trem ble with fear; if the student sounds bored, you could pretend to yawn.
100 Useful Exercises in English (Penguin English) by John Millington Ward