ESL lesson demonstration. Chris Westergaard, director of The Language House TEFL in Prague .
I don’t understand why you get the students to parrot questions you made up
yourself. It doesn’t allow them to activate higher order thinking skills
and pigeon holes them creatively. It also seems rather boring – to me at
least. Can you explain why you took this approach and what the theoretical
underpinning is? I may be missing something here. Thanks.
A few consecutive steps and you have an ideal lesson for each level. I
wonder if there are any restrictions about number of students in class. And
could that work at school?
Even as simple as writing down the question on the board and have your
students read it as their own question is brilliant. I’ve struggled with
this problem but it’s something I should of done in first place. Thank
you…Thank you…Thank you…!!
We know he got hired after this. GREAT lesson bro. Really good.
You’re an inspiration thanks!
Chris i really like your way of teaching, I’m currently studying teaching
Methods at school on how to teach English and the current topic is
Addressing the Grammar Gap in Task Work and my classmates and i have to
give a class explaining the subject we are having some difficulties on
understanding it but your video helped allot. We would like to ask what is
a good activity that is tasked based and if i can find the lesson plan on
your blog, i tried looking for this one but i didn’t find it,
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Awesome. I just loved how everything connected and was so relatable. Thanks.
Hey guys, If you have any questions at all about techniques, teaching
abroad or getting certified, I’m happy help. Just leave a message and I’ll
respond. I have this lesson plan and other on my blog
teflpragueandabroad.blogspot..com. I can’t leave the actual link, but you
get the point. Thanks, Chris The Language House Prague
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