• The Imprtance of Teaching Grammar in Teaching Classes
    Grammar is very important for everyone who wants to learn English language because it is a central to the teaching and learning languages. It is a requirement for them to write or speaking correctly and fluently. By learning grammar, students can easily adapt of learning target language from native language...
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  • English Grammar
    Effective English Learning ELTC self-study materials EFFECTIVE ENGLISH LEARNING Unit 3: Grammar For many students, ‘grammar’ is not the most exciting word in the English language. Old-fashioned grammar lessons were often boring and repetitive, and the way you have studied English grammar in your...
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  • Communicative Approach
    Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) and the Post -Method Era POSTED BY TEACHING ENGLISH 4 ALL ⋅ APRIL 22, 2011 ⋅ 4 COMMENTS FILED UNDER  ADVANTAGES, CLT, COMMUNICATIVE, DISADVANTAGE, LANGUAGE, TEACHING, TEACHING ENGLISH Background The origins of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) are to be found...
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  • Some Issues in Teaching English Pronunciation in Palestinian Schools
    English language is one of the international languages in all over the world. ِAs any language, it has four main aspects should be learnt in order to has a perfect one. One of these aspects is speaking in which pronunciation constitutes fundamental element that should be known. For this, pronunciation...
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  • most difficult aspects of learning English
    Most difficult aspects of learning a new language I studied English language at school and in university, but when I started to work in Russian-American it-company I met several difficulties with my English. I understood that my English wasn’t perfect and I need study more to build my career,, because...
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  • Focus on the Learner
    For this assignment, I interviewed Maya, a 23 year old Syrian student who had obtained her English Literature degree from the University of Damascus in Syria. She is currently in an Upper-Intermediate level English class at the Higher College of Technology in the United Arab Emirates. As she is from Middle-Eastern...
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  • Importance of English Language and Speaking Skills
    Importance of English Language & Speaking Skills Among Fourth Year Students Submitted To: Submitted By: Date Submitted: Approved: ___________________________________ Acceptance and Approval Approval and Endorsement Acknowledgement Table of Contents List of Tables List of...
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  • Sla
    Difficulties of SLA First of all what does second language acquisition mean? It is the way and method of studying a language which is not the mother tongue language. Every person has a native language which they study after their birth. Second language - or as it is sometimes called the target...
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  • Grammar
    Teaching Grammar: Expressing Meaning OHT 1 English, like all languages, is full of problems for the foreign learner. Some of these are easy to explain; others are trickier and even cause difficulty to us teachers! Grammar books are a great tool of reference that we should always resort to and have...
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  • Celta Assignment 3
    Pascal, a Lebanese lady in the Elementary English class. Pascal moved to ……………………… for her husband’s work and has been living here for about one year. Back in …………………, she worked in an office but is not currently working here. She would like to improve her English so she can make new friends here and more...
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  • CLT approach
    Language Teaching? 3. The definition of Grammar-Translation 4. The situation of English speaking teaching at Vietnamese high schools 5. The characteristics of CLT approach 5.1. History and background of CLT approach 5.2. The comparison between CLT approach and Grammar-Translation method 5.3. The teachers...
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  • A Research About Reasons Make People Not Learning English Easily
    SOLUTION FOR USING ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN SPEAKING AND WRITING A researcher paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course 2010-2014 Submitted by: Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Mai Instructor: D.A Nguyễn Thanh Tuấn Ho...
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  • Sulamia
    | |  | | |English Language Teaching Through the Translation Method | |(A Practical Approach to...
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  • Challanges and Issues in Teaching and Learning English
    CHALLENGES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH AT SECONDRY LEVEL INTRODUCTION: The modern world is a global village and communities of the...
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  • Teaching Vocabulary to Young English Learners
    Teaching English vocabulary to young learners A crucial component of learning a foreign language is the acquisition of vocabulary. For young learners, the very first words that they acquire could lay the profound basis for a better later learning of the children. This study is intended to investigate...
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  • Learning a Foreign Language
    With the development of the world and the raising level of education, learning a foreign language has become a compulsory subject for every student. At the same time, the problem of learning foreign languages is extremely crucial. Foreign languages are socially demanded especially at the present time...
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  • Second Language Learning
    Intricate process of second language learning with reference to Yorio’s classification of learned variables (1976) with a interview of Non English Speaking Background (NESB) student who has recently completed an ESL course will be presented in this paper. We will start our analysis with a detailed personal...
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  • methods techniques and approaches of language teaching
    “METHODS, APPROACHES AND TECHNIQUES OF LANGUAGE LEARNING” An approach to language teaching is something that reflects a certain model or research paradigm- a theory. This term is the broadest of the three. A method, on the other hand, is a set of procedures, i.e., a system that spells out rather...
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  • Case Study
    Although she has been learning English since she was seven years old, there’s lot of scope for improvement and that’s the reason, she has joined this course to improve her speaking skills. As a lawyer, she may have to deal with documents in English and communicate with English speaking clients. She...
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  • Pdf, Doc, Docx, Pdf, Wps, Rtf, Odt
    The Grammar Translation Method The Grammar Translation Method The Grammar Translation Method is the oldest method of teaching in India. It is as old as the international of English in the country. A number of methods and techniques have been evolved for the teaching of English and also...
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