Teaching English to non-native speakers
I want to teach English to non-native speakers. Their knowledge on English ranges from Beginners to Intermediate level. Do you have any appropriate lesson plan for it?
Many thanks for the help.
Re: Teaching English to non-native speakers
You can make up your own lesson plans, Gana, just by doing really life things. With a ball, you can practice the verbs; give/throw/toss/roll/bounce and then you can practice pronoun use,
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Bounce/Roll?Throw it to me/her/him/them.
Then, when your students are ready, practice past time;
Jack: I rolled it to [pointing] him.
Mary: I bounced it to [pointing] them.
Then practice a decided future. Each student decides what they're going to do and gestures the action and to whom. Then one student has to describes all the actions;
Jack: She's going to roll it to him. He's going to bounce it to her. They're going to throw it to me. I'm going to give it to her.
When you use real life, language is easy to understand and perform and acquiring a language, whether it's your first or your tenth, is only performance in context.
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