Free Essays on The Role Of Being English Teacher

  1. Roles of a Teacher

    3) What are the various roles of a teacher in the development of the 4 language skills? English language teachers do know more about English than their students do, and part of the role of English language teachers is to teach students what they know about English. But an equally important...

  2. Good teachers

     A good teacher is a work of art. A teacher is one that imparts knowledge to students within a field of study. Beyond that, teachers perform many other roles in the classroom. As a student, I had many teachers who were competent and provided the necessary information needed. Nevertheless, only a few...

  3. Taglish and English

    came from an English speaking school”. I came from an English speaking school, that’s why I’m fluent in English. English is generally noted as one of the languages commonly used in the Philippines. English is taught in schools as one of the two official languages of the country, the other being Filipino...

  4. Senior High School English Teachers’ Roles Under the New English Curriculum

    Senior High School English TeachersRoles Under the New English Curriculum 1 Introduction “The operation of a social group depends on its members having certain parts, or roles, to play. In sociology, role can be defined as the behaviour expected of an individual who occupies a given social position...

  5. Conversation English School in Japan "Eikaiwa"

    about the information based on conducting an interview with Mr. Hideo Nakai, an entrepreneur. He would like to share his experience in running an English Language School “O.E.C.” where I have been literally working a part-time job at his school for about seven months now; as well as to indicate what...

  6. The Impact of Greek Mythology on Western Culture

    onward. So there are two major sources of Greek Mythology, the literary sources and archaeological sources. Mythical narration plays an important role in nearly every genre of Greek literature. Nevertheless, the only general mythographical handbook to survive from Greek antiquity was the Library of...

  7. Roles and Responsabilities

    Teachers within education play a main part in inspiring others to peruse a career in education. Within this assignment the roles and responsibilities of teachers that contributed to my personal passion for teaching will be identified and explored; expanding on the responsibilities that may not have been...

  8. The Role of Teachers in Middle School English Classroom

    The Role of Teachers in Middle School English Classroom Abstract: Modern middle school English classroom has seen a gradual shift from teacher-dominated to student-centered one and therefore affective factors plays a crucial part of the bidirectional communication between teachers and students.This...

  9. The Study on the Teachers’ Quality and Role Under New English Curriculum Standard for Senior Middle School

    internationalization, English is playing a more and more important role in the world, especially in China. Also, English education is being more and more emphasized by educators and the whole society. How to improve the quality of English education has already been the focus of many countries in which English is regarded...

  10. Ways of Motivating Efl/ Esl Students in the Classroom.

    behaviour. Actually, it is often used to describe certain sorts of behaviour. A student who studies hard and tries for top grades may be described as being "highly motivated", while his/her friend may say that he is "finding it hard to get motivated". Such statements imply that motivation has a major influence...

  11. Elt for Prisoners

    study of an innovative six-week Spoken English and Personality Development Programme for the inmates of Burail Jail, Chandigarh based on the Developmental Approach to Language Teaching (DLT) 1.0 Introduction This paper explores a unique six-week long English Language Teaching (ELT) Programme custom-made...

  12. English as an Additional Language

    English as an Additional Language (EAL) English as an Additional Language (EAL) emanaid emanaid Contents Introduction 2 What are Schools’ Responsibilities for Inclusion under the National Curriculum? 2 What is an EAL learner? 3 Inclusion for EAL Learners and How Their Needs are Met...

  13. dsggs

    BINTI MANSOR NO MATRIX : 2012615426 CLASS : J3AC1104A Sources : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0889490609000635?np=y English language in a Malaysian workplace Malaysia is a kaleidoscopic society which is comprised of a multitude of ethnic groups, regions, languages, religions...

  14. Idead Job

    job My ideal job is to be an English teacher. When I sat and thought about the question, why I want to become an English teacher, many different reasons went through my mind. Someone once told me that teaching is the most rewarding experience. I’m interested in English. I have always wanted to work...

  15. Group Work

    using games in teaching English to young learners Table of content I. Introduction 2 II. Development 2 2.1. An overview of game 2 2.1.1. Definition of games 2 2.1.2. Types of language games 3 2.2. Effectiveness of using games in teaching English to young learners 5 ...

  16. In What Ways, If Any, Does the Role of the Esp Teacher Differ from That of a Teacher of ‘General English’? and, to What Extent Is It Necessary for the Teacher of Esp to Have Knowledge of the Student's Subject or Professional Discipline?

    In what ways, if any, does the role of the ESP teacher differ from that of a teacher of ‘general English’? And, to what extent is it necessary for the teacher of ESP to have knowledge of the student’s subject or professional discipline? For reasons of space and focus this essay will concentrate on...

  17. Critical Review; “Esp Teaching: Reversal of Roles Between Elt Teachers and Subject Specialists by Osama Khalifa Mohammed”

    English for Specific Purpose Critical Review; “ESP Teaching: Reversal of Roles between ELT Teachers and Subject Specialists by Osama Khalifa Mohammed” Baiq Ilda Karwayu E1D 011 013 IV-A (Morning.Class) ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TEACHING TRAINING AND EDUCATION MATARAM UNIVERSITY ...

  18. 7879

    English and Empowerment in the Developing World English and Empowerment in the Developing World Edited by Nasreen Hussain, Azra Ahmed and Mohammad Zafar English and Empowerment in the Developing World, Edited by Nasreen Hussain, Azra Ahmed and Mohammad Zafar This book first published 2009...

  19. Unit Analysis

    Speaking 1- Learning to speak competently is a complex task. Students need to develop some skills like: • Fluency: that is the quality of being able to speak English easily and well. It is measure by the speed of production and number of hesitation (keep talking at the right speed; responding coherently...

  20. Celta Application sample essay

    and thought. While the study of languages seems monotonous and meticulous to many people, to me it is an unfathomable ocean of fun. My initiation of English study originated from my obsession to literary aestheticism. It was a step-by-step aesthetic pilgrimage to the glorious palace of western literature...

  21. Esl vs Efl Activities

    ESLVersus EFL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES S A TEACHER OF ENGLISH, I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH IN BOTH English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) contexts. I have found that they are quite distinct, requiring the teacher to approach classes differently. The need...

  22. Blocks That Prevent Language Learning

    perspective of the role of a teacher, these are the possible blocks that may occur : a) Incompetent teachers. - Teachers talk too much. Teachers should limit their talking time so as to keep students interested and motivated. Students will not learn how to speak English if the teacher is speaking all...

  23. Challengas of English Classrooms in India

    Challenges of the English Classrooms in India Introduction English symbolizes in Indian minds, better education, better culture and higher intelligence. In present times, English is the most preferred language. An understanding of and a command over English language is the most important determinant...

  24. Nopaper

    subject Kelly – found that science is a masculine subject Parental and teacher expectations may encourage girls to follow what they see as the ‘traditionally normal’ choice for their gender. – Pressure to conform Parental and teacher expectations may encourage girls to follow what they see as the ‘traditionally...

  25. Social Identity

    According to Hunter and Cooke (2007: p.74) other learners have not had their own strategies for language learning, just followed the instructions and teachers’ demands, and therefore they work together to finish their assignments, both in and out of the classroom. That is a socially co-constructed relationship...

  26. Csda

    Lifelong Learning Sector PART ONE 1. A teacher within Community Learning and Skills Development has a full teaching role and is required to perform all elements within the teaching lifecycle; planning, delivering, assessing and reviewing. A teacher is required to produce schemes of work and session...

  27. Mid Term Exams...

    Training in Phonology for English Subject Teachers of Schools. Kashif Javed Samina Younus M.Phil Linguistics (2013-15) First semester Department of English The Islamia University of Bahawalpur kashif.mb97@gmail...

  28. Accommdating Differences

    classroom. However every teacher will encounter some form of diversity in any classroom they enter. Another form of diversity which will impact a classroom are students with special needs. Three of these groups include those students who are in wheelchairs, visually impaired or English language learners. ...

  29. Communicative Approach in English Teaching

    Communicative Approach in English Teaching Outline I. Problems in the present English teaching and causes of these problems II. Introduce the communicative approach   1. The definition of communicative approach  2. Two principles of communicative approach      (1) Create a realistic...

  30. From Unity to Diversity: Twenty-five years of Language-Teaching Methodology. By Diane Larsen-Freeman

    the learning acquiring English as a second or foreign language were found to be committing the same sort of overgeneralization errors as the children. One cannot fail to note that viw¿ewing language aquisition as a process of rule formation had tremendous implication for the role of learners. We see...