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As a teacher, I have a few areas of strength. First, I monitor students effectively to support them as they work on tasks. In my fifth TP teaching practiceafter having set up a speaking task, the students were able to do the activity well, as I re-modeled the task and gave assistance, encouragement and praise.
Second, I convey meaning efficiently. In both TPs, as I checked meaning, I found that students had completely understood. Third, I drill words effectively.
In my sixth TP, in the free oral practice, the students used words that I had drilled earlier, with improved pronunciation.
First, I need to use the whiteboard more effectively. Third, I talk in lessons more than I should. In the teaching of my colleagues, I was impressed by a few things.
In the first TP, Muhammad had the cleanest, most organized board that I had seen. This helped the students understand, and no one had trouble copying language from the board. His board work is something to emulate. Her voice was clear, loud and her language was graded to suit the elementary learners.
The lesson was clearly staged and the transitions were smooth. Encouragement motivates the students.
I learned a lot from my observation of experienced teachers. All this goes to show excellent classroom and culture awareness, something I should have as I teach different classrooms around the world. This shows that he purposefully picked a topic suitable for Egyptian students to make a more engaging lesson.
I should also have my students at the forefront of my mind as I choose a topic. This made a very effective brainstorming session. She also re-paired students frequently to make more effective communication activities and to refresh their minds.
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Assignment 2: Language-Related Task Stressed 1.
Meaning Stressed is an adjective and it refers to a state of mind when one is nervous and/or is under a lot of pressure and can’t relax 2. Conveying Meaning I didn’t slept well last night. I haven’t studied at all for my exams this afternoon.5/5(15).
Oct 21, · In the teaching of my colleagues, I was impressed by a few things.
In the first TP, Muhammad had the cleanest, most organized board that I had seen. This helped the students understand, and no one had trouble copying language from the leslutinsduphoenix.com: Amr M. Abdu.
I have a question though, I’m having pre-CELTA assignments which i presume are the same as CELTA although there is one extra thing there: Apart from Grammar and Vocabulary analysis, I have to list all potential problems the students might have. Problems don’t have to relate to language only, they might relate to task set up, .
Cambridge CELTA Written Assignment Two Skills –related tasks Word count: I acknowledge that this paper is my own work. Trainee: Mileva Genadieva Signature: Date: Receptive skills: According to J. Harmer in his book The Practice of English Language Teaching, “receptive skills are the ways in which people extract the meaning .