A short introductory Application training Programme at DSD
|Unit No.3 |
This unit consists of the following contents:
• Introduction to Spoken English and its need in today’s developing world • Seven Rules to Learning English and 3000 commonly used words • Commonly Used Expressions ,questions and phrases
• Everyday used questions and sentences
• Accent Reduction, Vowels and Phonemes
• A Teacher’s 5 Golden Rules
• Ways to praise students
• Lesson Planning
• Classroom Management
• Taming Inattentive Students
• Encouraging Good Behavior
• Using volunteers and thanking them
• Child Friendly School
• Classroom Language
Management of English Medium Schools
A short introductory application training Programme at DSD
|Seven Rules to Learn English | |This section of the course is designed to teach the participants how to learn English as a second language in the shortest possible| |time. To learn to speak English you must use it. You have to try even if it seems difficult and frustrating at times. Taking the | |responsibility is the next important thing. The old saying, practice makes perfect is the best saying in this case. Remembering | |that different people learn in different ways is as important as learning itself. |
The instructor will explain the difference between teaching English in a classroom to school students, and learning English as a second language (Spoken English).
• The Seven Rules will help the participants understand, that the old fashioned way of learning grammar and vocabulary is not helpful in speaking. Instead, listening, using phrasal and simple sentences help improve fluency. • Explaining step by step what the participant is supposed to do on a daily basis. • Where to find 3000 most commonly used English vocabulary words that are used to speak English fluently. • What is deep learning? The participants engage in a conversational story and then give answers to a comprehension passage. • Where to find real English material.
After completion of this section the participants will have the knowledge to apply the procedures and ways to learn English on their own, without any instructors help. They will realize they already know the vocabulary needed to speak and just need to build up their confidence to fluently use it in sentences. On a daily basis they will take words from the 3000 vocabulary list and make stories out of them in the different tenses and situations.
My seven rules to learn English
1. Learn Phrases not individual words
2. Don't Study Grammar
3. Focus On Listening
4. Learn Deeply (Repeat A Lot)
5. Use Point of View Stories
6. Use Only Real English Materials
7. Use Listen & Answer Stories
Your First Suggestion
Imagine speaking English automatically... without thinking. The words come out of your mouth easily, and fast. You understand instantly. To do this, you must change the way you study English. Your first action is to stop studying English words. What? Stop studying English words. That's right, do not memorize words. Native speakers do not learn English by remembering single words. Native speakers learn phrases.
Phrases are GROUPS of words that naturally go together.
RULE 1: Always Study and Review Phrases, Not Individual Words Never study a single, individual word. Never.
When you find a new word, always write down The Phrase it is in. Always. When you review, always review the entire phrase, not the word. Collect phrases.
Your speaking and...