Understanding Teenage Language Learners Online: How to deliver motivating and engaging internet-based lessons so that your secondary learners want to practise the target language - Teaching English (Paperback)
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Understanding Teenage Language Learners Online: How to deliver motivating and engaging internet-based lessons so that your secondary learners want to practise the target language - Teaching English (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 30/04/2021
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Many teachers teach are currently teaching teenagers either live online or using hyrbid learning. Understanding Teenage Language Learners Online aims to provide ELT teachers, directors of studies and academic managers with advice about making the transition online. It includes practical advice and ideas, methodology, and examples from Chris Roland's own experience. The book covers major takeaways for online teaching of teenagers, including: online safety and best practice; managing your online classroom; using the chat box to focus on language; explaining things and getting a response whilst teaching live online; activities and techniques that work well online; sing clips, video and other effects; evaluation, feedback and exams. The book goes much further than simply telling you what to do and how to do it. It also looks at the why. It explains the deeper rationale for decisions we might make as well as exploring the underlying principles and factors that can make or break a lesson. Throughout the book, the goal is to help make lessons motivating and enjoyable for both teacher and learners. The emphasis is on low-tech, low-prep lessons with maximum results. In Understanding Teenage Language Learners Online the author examines how a large number of principles of best practice from face-to-face lessons (as covered in Understanding Teenagers in the ELT Classroom) translate to online teaching. The two books complement each other for those teaching in class and online, but can also each be used on their own. In this title, Chris Roland discusses what teachers need to do a little differently when teaching online. He also examines how the new medium allows us to do things that we could not do so easily before.

Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
ISBN: 9781914010330

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