TEACHING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SCOPE OF LANGUAGE (KNOWLEDGE, EDUCATION,…
TEACHING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
SCOPE OF LANGUAGE
GLOBALISATION OF BUSINESS
SHARING INFORMATION AND LEARNING
GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF LANGUAGE , TO ENABLE STUDENTS TO:-
LISTEN ENGLISH WITH UNDERSTANDING
SPEAKING ENGLISH WITH CORRECT PRONUNCIATION, STRESS, PAUSE, AND INTONATION.
TO READ ENGLISH WITH PROPER PRONUNCIATION, STRESS, PAUSE, AND INTONATION
WRITE ENGLISH USING ACCURATE PATTERNS, SPELLING, AND RULES OF GRAMMAR.
NATURE OF LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE IS SPEECH
LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY
LANGUATION IS COMMUNICATION
LANGUAGE IS SYSTEM
LANGUAGE IS SYSTEM OF SYSTEM
LANGUAGE IS LEARNT
LANGUAGE IS VOCAL
EVALUATION METHODS IN ENGLISH
Daring Doodles: Challenge students to use a drawing rather than words to show understanding of a concept. This is the perfect exercise for those kids who have difficulty speaking out in class.
Talk it Out: Students can host their own talk show and discuss the important points of any lesson. They write their own questions and answers, and can even play characters of their own creation.
Peer Quizzes: Students can write their own questions about the content and then quiz each other. They would also spend time going through the incorrect answers with each other to heighten their understanding.
Start your class with a catchy tune and allow students to expend some of that energy. It’s not just for young students either—older students will enjoy anything fast-paced and current.
Board games are great because they’re a very low-pressure way to practice oral language in a smaller group.
Start by having each student write their own name on a portion of a sentence strip or a card. You provide part of the sentence and allow your students to finish it. When beginning, the sentence might look like this: ”
For a little less structure, throw in some creative writing. This can still be a fairly rigorous activity, but it does leave room for more self-expression. Providing a story-starter can be a great springboard for sparking creativity.