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MéT Sè GI¶I PH¸P Tæ CHøC CÆP, NHãM HIÖU QU¶ TRONG GIê D¹Y TIÕNG ANH THEO PH¦¬NG PH¸P MíI

(Some useful measures for organizing group and pairwork effectively in the English class)

Hä vµ tªn : NguyÔn thÞ DiÖu Thiªn Chøc vô : Gi¸o viªn

Tæ : ngo¹i ng÷

N¨m häc: 2010 - 2011

PART I : INTRODUCTION

*Reason for choosing the topic In the time of rapid development of technology and industry, foreign languages have really become “a golden key” for the exchange and cooperation between countries all over the world. In Vietnam nowadays, the demand of foreign languages, especially English increases higher and higher. English has become a compulsory subject at schools as well as universities. But it seems that teaching and learning English at many high school in Vietnam is not very effective. One of the most important reasons is unsuitable methods in teaching and learning. The teachers of English often meet difficulties in approaching new methods of teaching foreign languages communicatively. How to organize groupwork or pairwork effectively is also the problem which they often meet. Recognizing the importance of groupwork and pairwork, I have chosen this topic in the hope of finding out some useful measures in organizing groupwork and pairwork activities in the class.

* Aims of the study.

- To introduce how to pairwork and groupwork and to show the advantages of working in pairs and groups. - To show how to organize pair and groupwork effectively and how to deal with initial problems that may arise - To show how pair and groupwork can be used for various classroom activities - To give teachers confidence in using pair and groupwork themselves.

* Scope of the study :

This study is only concerned with ways of organizing

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