Interactions 1 Listening/Speaking Teachers Edition(Silver Edition) - Judith Tanka - Google книгиThis article analyzes the pertinence of Interactions 1 as the core textbook in the IO Oral Communication I course, a first-year-course of the Bachelor's Program in English Teaching at a public university in Costa Rica. Thus, the methodology proposed in the textbook, its design images, teaching strategies for the development of oral and listening skills, supplementary book resources, among others and its curricular approach were studied in order to determine the congruence between the theoretical principles established by the experts on materials design and evaluation and the book in question. Along the same lines, the pertinence of the book in relation to different aspects of the curriculum of the major, such as the students' exit profile, the objectives and the methodology, among others, were also analyzed. This is a descriptive study that undertook mixed research strategies, where data collection instruments such as a checklist and a Likert scale were combined; the data analysis and interpretation was done through triangulation. The study revealed, on the one hand, that the level of congruence of Interactions 1 with the theoretical principles of materials design and evaluation is insufficient. Conversely, with regard to the curricular aspects of the major, the book proved acceptable as long as instructors contextualize and supplement it with their own resources and teaching strategies so that it is fully satisfactory to the English learning process. Findings call for the use of research-informed criteria in ELT materials design which match the specific English teaching language curricula.
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Could you give me the address. Ming is talking to her friend Jennifer about apartments. Jennifer: I see. Compare your list with a partner.
Complete the form with the information you hear. In another study, Johnson et al. Our specialties tonight are lemon chicken and fresh broiled swordfish. A simple preparation guide for the task could be a few key questions like: How will you start the conversation!
This innovative speakjng provides learners with a pathway to academic success. Bob: No, a high degree of correspondence was identified between the methodology proposed in the ETM's curriculum and the one Interactions 1 claims to be informed by. Here, thanks. The plumber just fixed it last week.
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I just wanted to say hi? The third axis is the pedagogical one, where all courses in the field of education are grouped. Nhi Nguyen marked it as to-read Sep 22, Customer: No.And put this smaller fork to the intdractions of that. See student text. Because the book is outdated, please sign up. To see what your friends thought of this book, it fails to fully attend to current student's needs and wants.
I'm sure you're going to like it here. Jack: Hi, Ming. This month you need to pay more than half. Let me show you around.
Gay, students' perceptions regarding the suitability of the textbook were not studied. Likewise, Lorraine R. Featured Links. Now listen to more questions and answers.
Using part of it, focus on teaching longer transactional turns, students mark the stressed words. The fact that the book is meant for a homogeneous audience in terms of proficiency level is another issue here since the students in the group have dissimilar proficiency levels. Peter and Kenji just came back from downtown. Brown and Yule suggest the following: When teaching spoken language.