Learners & Teachers, & the Teaching & Learning Context
A. Teaching and learning contexts
1. In what context will you be doing the CELTA course?
The context of the CELTA course I believe will be: Monolingual
Lessons in groups
Same interest to teach English as a foreign language
2. Do you know what context you will be teaching in after you finish the course?
If I get the job I have applied for I will endeavour to teach in the following context: Lessons in a group
B. The learners’ culture, linguistic and educational backgrounds
1. Think about why you …show more content…
Task 16 1. Present continuous
2. Simple past
3. Present simple
7. Past progressive
8. Present continuous
Task 17 1. Past
5. Present/ past
The auxiliary verb ‘be’ is used to create the present progressive.
The form of the lexical verb of the present progressive is the –ing form.
I’m meeting- future/ progressive
Always running late- past/present
Walking - Present continuous / now
1. He’s had a brother and a sister.
2. I like this ice cream- liking is progressive
3. What do you think of your new job?
4. This sauce lacks salt.
All the sentences should not have the -ing form because they are not progressive actions.
Extra information dictionaries can provide about words apart from the meaning:
1. Its forms. i.e. cosy Forms given after part of speech cosier, cosiest
2. Variant spelling US cozy
3. Introduces derivatives i.e. cosily, cosiness
4. It tells us the parts of speech i.e. Adjective, noun and what category the word falls into.
5. Usage of the word
6. Grammatical information
7. Pronunciation of the word
1. He’s the highest person in the family by more than 2 centimetres.