The roles of teachers in ELT - Coggle Diagram
The roles of teachers in ELT
The teacher is already in full charge of the class, whatever the students do, everything they say, and also how they say it.
The teacher embraces the whole role whenever a new language is implemented and effective reproduction and drilling techniques are required.
The teacher should guides students to actively participate and provides recommendations as to how students should take part in some activities.
The teacher should only encourage individuals if needed.
The teacher plays this task to see whether the students perform and how they learn.
Communication and feedback was managed and applied.
The teacher could bring light to a class; if the teacher is capable of standing aside to not become the focus of attention, that can be a perfect form of communication with the students without being overpowered.
The teacher could also act as a demonstrator, and this position sometimes enables the teacher to even get involved and interact with the students.
The teacher often appears to open and conveniently close exercises and to provide input on materials.
The teacher works as a mentor while students are engaged in assigned tasks or self-study.
The teacher gives support and recommendations and allows students to explain concepts and minimize activities.
The teacher is somewhat of a moving learning center prepared to support, if necessary, as well as provide students with whatever language they lack while completing interactive tasks.
The teacher must remain accessible so that the students can reach her/him whenever (and only when) it is absolutely required.