English Language Teaching Methodology Essays and Term Papers

  • Influence of Computer Assisted Methodology in Elt

    THE INFLUENCE OF COMPUTER ASSISTED METHODOLOGY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AMONG THE STUDENTS OF CLASS VI – VII DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS IN ENGLISH BY VINEETHA ANNA THOMAS DEPT.NO.: 10PEL035 ...

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  • Reflection on Teaching Methodology

    on Personal Teaching Methodology Since the advent of language learning as an academic discipline, there have been gradual shifts in language teaching methodology from Grammar Translation, to Audiolingualism, and those applied in more recent and well known Communicative Language Teaching. However, ELT...

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  • teacher

    Teaching English as a Foreign Language in the Arab World in the 21st Century Dr. Amin AL-Mekhlafi Abstract The purpose of this paper is to discuss teaching English as a foreign language (EFL) in the 21st century in the Arab countries. In order to establish a platform for the discussion of this...

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  • What is ESP and how does it differ from teaching general English course

     What is ESP and how does it differ from teaching general English course What is ESP? ESP is English for Specific Purpose and can also be referred to as Business English. A great deal about the origins of ESP could be written. Notably, there are three reasons common to the emergence of all...

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  • Communicative Language Teaching in EFL Contexts: Teachers Attitude and Perception in Bangladesh

    Communicative Language Teaching in EFL Contexts: Teachers Attitude and Perception in Bangladesh Abstract Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) has been widely explored and studied by many countries in the field of English language teaching. This study first presents an overview of English language teaching...

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  • The Importance of Methodology in Teaching English

    The Importance of Methodology in Teaching English The University of Jordan Done by: Lana Abd AL-Rahem AL-Rewashed. 2013-2014 Abstract I wrote this research to shed light on one of the practice field in applied linguistics is the educational...

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  • Communicative Language Teaching

    Communicative Language Teaching Today Jack C. Richards cambridge university press Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo Cambridge University Press 32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013-2473, USA www.cambridge.org © Cambridge University Press 2006 This...

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  • Call in Rural Classrooms of I=India

    ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING AN EFFECTIVE MODERN TEACHING TOOL IN TEACHING SPEAKING SKILLS TO THE STUDENTS OF TRIBAL / ASHRAM SCHOOL AT SECONDARY LEVEL ------------------------------------------------- (A research proposal for Ph.D. in ELE) Everything has been changing rapidly in methodology of teaching...

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  • I Am Me

    CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Effective School Year 2012-2013 RATIONALE As teaching opportunities for English teachers increasingly become in demand in the country and abroad, graduates from other disciplines have started to consider venturing into the discipline...

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  • Communicative Language Games

    communicative language games for teaching and learning English. The participants for this study were eight English teachers in the college. A survey using an 18-item questionnaire was designed in order to analyse the participants’ views on the use of communicative language games in English lessons. Results...

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  • Teaching Stories to Young Children

    Teaching stories to young children Introduction One of the taboos that dominate teaching reading in the primary cycle in Egypt is the reluctance to teach stories, particularly fairytales. In fact, teaching stories is of great importance for young learners. The first reason is that children by...

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  • The brief definitions of the following terms

    The Memetics of EFL Methodologies Richard Watson Todd King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi Some quotations "Language teaching is a field in which fads and heroes have come and gone in a manner fairly consistent with the kinds of changes that occur in youth culture" (Celce-Murcia...

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  • Tefl

    Recommended Reading List for MA Entrance Exam in TEFL Karim Sadeghi, PhD English Language Department Urmia University Tel: +98 441 3362008-12 ext: 222 Email: k.sadeghi@urmia.ac.ir[->0] A. General English: Your general English proficiency including your knowledge of grammar, vocabulary and reading...

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  • From Unity to Diversity: Twenty-five years of Language-Teaching Methodology. By Diane Larsen-Freeman

    From Unity to Diversity: Twenty-five years of Language-Teaching Methodology. By Diane Larsen-Freeman The way to teach in 1965 is not aceptable in 1987, there are three points that can be represented in a triangle for a better comprehension in the methodology used in 1987, each angle of the trianglerepresent...

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  • english for specific purposes

    Teaching English for Specific Purposes The advancement of business and communication technology in the course of past twenty years has revolutionized the field of English language teaching and has radically served the attention of course designers from teaching English for Academic purposes to teaching...

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  • Hihi

    Yousif Al-Shumaimeri CI342 Methodology for TEFL LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODS: INTRODUCTION Introduction In any teaching situation, one will face the followings: • • • • • Learners Subject matters Classroom environment Materials and equipments Process of teaching and learning These elements...

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  • Clil Education

    task-based activity within the CLIL methodology framework: a proposal. Orduna Nocito, Elena Toledano Cuervas-Mons, Fernando Universidad Nebrija The growing trend towards globalisation, among other facts, has increased the interest in learning English, particularly for professional use....

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  • English Language Teaching Methods

    Definitions.net, teaching method is defined as the principles and methods of instruction. Whereas, according to Claudine Kirsch in her book ‘Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School’, language teaching method is a comprehensive approach that helps teachers to decide what language skill(s) to develop...

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  • Competition

    Cambridge English  Competition 2010/11    Win two weeks in Cambridge!  Dear colleague,  Win an all expenses paid teacher development course in Cambridge next  summer!    Cambridge ESOL and Bell are inviting English language teachers all over the  world to submit their inspiring stories for the chance to win a place on a teacher ...

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  • The Influences of Lexical Approach on College English Teaching in China

    Approach on College English Teaching in China I. Introduction 1.1 Background In recent years, college English teaching research focuses on exploring more effective teaching methods to improve the students’English proficiency and self-learning ability. China's college English teaching find itself caught...

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