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    there are examples can be found that effective teaching of Asian teachers without applying Western teaching standards (Holiday, 1994). Phillipson (1992) made a comparison of native and non-native teachers of English and he pointed out that native-speaking teacher is not better than none-native speaker naturally. He furthered the study and worked with Pennycook (1994) to rebut the saying that Western teaching methods is universal and can be applied to any settings. They found that the ‘advanced’ teaching pedagogy in Western countries causes problems of ethics. This kind of English language teaching pedagogy neglect the cultural background of learners and teachers. It is true that there are some disadvantages of Asian teaching pedagogy, but one…

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    Misconceptions and Misunderstandings of Communicative Language Teaching Muhammed Resul AYGÜN English Language Teaching, Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey Abstract Although Communicative Language Teaching is accepted by many English teachers in many countries as one of the most effective approach in English language teaching, it is a new method in Turkey not known by all teachers,researchers and linguiststhere and there are still a number of misunderstandings about it The aim of this article…

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    MIDTERM TEST The topic: The communicative language teaching The communicative approach is a language teaching method which aims applying the communicative competence and acknowledging the interdependence of language and communication to look at so far is for students communicating in the target language. Let’s look at some points: The characteristics of the teaching and learning process, the nature of student-teacher and student-student interaction, the areas of language and skills are…

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    Epistemology and Contemporary Methodologies in English teaching Characterized by frequent change and innovation, the foundation of contemporary language teaching was developed during the early part of the twentieth century, as applied linguists as others pursued to build principles and procedures for the design of teaching methods and materials (RICHARDS; RODGERS, 2014, p. 1). The aim of the present text is to walk through the changes in language teaching through the methodologies, giving…

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    discovered at least one method where the role of the teacher is to step aside and allow students to do the learning. Interestingly, this method (Silent Way) is deeply rooted in structuralist view of language. On the other hand, in many classes throughout our program, we discussed the role that the teacher may have under Sociocultural understanding of language acquisition. Please, compare the two takes on the teacher’s role in the classroom. How would you explain any similarities and differences…

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    When I was first presented this task of interviewing another educator, I was apprehensive because the concepts that are being addressed in the prompts are so important to a teacher’s personal teaching philosophy. These prompts almost appeared to be questions that one might hear at a job interview for a teaching position. I did not at first want to subject a colleague to these questions, as they require so much deeper though and inquiry from the teacher. That is why I first answered the questions…

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    learn by doing them.” Aristotle summed up well what the reflections that follow are about. The Cambridge CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) course introduces many important lessons. However, the most significant ones are learnt by putting the theory into practice in the classroom: 1. My teaching strengths To build a good rapport with the students I am learning to establish a fine relationship with them by listening well, keeping eye contact and by being inclusive and…

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    There is a vast body of knowledge related to teaching and learning. Not only is it important for educators to be aware of this theoretical work, but they must be able to integrate this knowledge in a way where they can translate it into practice. Educators must use a variety of teaching methods and strategies to meet the needs of learners. This paper will provide a guide for a new educator to facilitate a tracheostomy care in-service to nurses, using a multimodal approach. Keywords: teaching…

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    Freire starts the base for his essay around the student-teacher relationship, and the dysfunction within. He is very right in saying that the process of teaching is akin to the banking system. This often leads to a poor relationship between the pupil and the almighty instructor. However, is this relationship and the teaching method a package deal? The current approach to teaching is the banking concept, which can lead to an oppressive environment, which is caused by the poor student-teacher…

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    both the high school science class and the junior high science class I observed. All of those strategies are common strategies you would find online or in a book. If there were to be note taking happening the inclusion teacher would meet up with the main teacher to gather put notes and type up the lecture notes so the students could underline and highlight instead of trying to keep up with writing the notes and use that for the students accommodation for that day. That strategy is great for…

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