Prof. dr Slobodanka Đolić
Rhyming Is Fun: An Interactive Approach in TEFL to Young Learners
Anyone involved in language teaching will know that “pleasure for its own sake” (Richards, 1969) has been an important element of language learning no matter of the level of language proficiency.
Prior to starting the Trinity TEFL course, I had little teaching experience in a classroom environment and only in my own language. I had little knowledge of the teaching techniques and methodology used to teach a foreign language and having to put theory into practice almost from day one seemed qui
Teaching English to Young Learners with GO TEFL Result: 81%
Answer the following questions based on your course readings for this module. (100 marks)
Part 1: This section covers multiple choice type questions. Choose the correct answer from the possible answers provided.
1. What is o
Recommended Reading List for MA Entrance Exam in TEFL
Karim Sadeghi, PhD
English Language Department
Tel: +98 441 3362008-12 ext: 222
A. General English: Your general English proficiency including your knowledge of grammar, vocabulary an
Why complete a TEFL course?
It pays to study TEFL course for several reasons. I was searching for a course to study besides my Business Administration. I was so frustrated making a choice on what to study when I met a friend of mine who had studied TEFL.
As soon as she mentioned that...
University of Essex
Department of Language and Linguistics
LG 557 Descriptions of English for TEFL
Dr. Julian Good
Can Grammar or Phonetics be taught through Games?
Rasha Sultan Ahmad
A History of English Language Teaching (Second Edition)
Publisher: Oxford University Press Authors: A P R Howatt with H G Widdowson Despite the fact that I could obviously judge the topic of the book from the title, this history of TEFL and TESOL was in no way what I expected before I started rea
1.1 General characteristics of the work
1.2 The role of games on language lessons
II. Main Part
2.1.1 The advantages of using games
2.1.2 The adequacy in using games
2.1.3 Learning grammar through games
As mentioned in the back of this book, this book is designed to meet the needs of the classroom teacher. Comparing it with the First Edition which was an excellent overview for the beginning teacher, or for non-ESL teachers, changes have been made in the second edition; new language teaching methods
I think it will be helpful to understand the first language acquisition when we learn a second language.
I initially studied English as a second language in the public school almost 10 years ago. Up to the present, I am still taking some English tutorial lessons because I didn’t learn much from