Monico, Wisconsin TESOL Online & Teaching English Jobs

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There are many different kinds of "beginner" English students, such as absolute, fall, adult, young and beginner without Roman alphabet. Currently I am working with young, absolute beginners without Roman alphabet. I am also working with an adult beginner. This unit offered some tips for teaching beginners, and the ones I would like to incorporate in my classes are: don't try to do too much too quickly, arrange the classroom, be as visual as possible, ask lots of questions, don't use the mother tongue and give homework. I would also like to not over-correct and create a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. This unit also offered tips on 1-1 lessons, teaching children and teaching English for specific purposes / business English. I am personally interested in 1-1 lessons with adult students. I like working with people who have strong motivation and clear goals. I don't see myself as a good salesperson, and I don't like to be overly enthusiastic at times. 1-1 classes make me feel most intellectually stimulated, but classes with young students make me feel very happy and creative. Their energy and curiosity inspire me. Classes with junior high school students is interesting because they are starting to form identities and individual traits and goals. I would like to work with all ages as an English teacher, so in order not to complicate things I would like to treat everyone with respect, kindness, openness and honesty. I would like to try to give clear instructions to all, and understand their particular needs and learning styles, and continuously give them feedback and get feedback. I would prefer to teach 1-1 classes, but perhaps 4 or 6 students in one group would be okay. The advantage of groups is that students can work together and learn from each other. They can feel a sense of camaraderie. If I were to teach a class of seven-year-olds basic food vocabulary in English, I would start by showing them pictures of the foods. Then I would test them using karuta or keyword game. Then I would do drilling with "I like." I would pick one and tell one student, and have the other student tell the other student what they like, and so on. Then we would switch to "I don't like" and do the same thing. (I would take notes of all this) I would use gestures to show what I don't like/like. Then I would teach a song with like/don't like. Finally, I would do a who am I game using the likes/dislikes of students. They would guess who I am describing. This lesson was very useful in getting inspiration/tips for adapting to different types of classes.