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  • The Evaluation of the Course Book “English in Mind”

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    The Evaluation of the Course Book “English in Mind” MA TESOL Yixuan JIANG Table of Contents Ⅰ. Introduction………………………………………………………………………..2 Ⅱ. Literature Review………………………………………………………………….2 ⅰ. The factors of English teaching materials evaluation………………………..…..3 ⅱ. The analysis of materials-evaluation content. ………………………………..…3 ⅲ. The cultural values of evaluating the English language teaching materials…......4 ⅳ. The designed intention of teaching materials..……………………………….…..5 ⅴ. The

  • Evaluation and Adaptation of Coursebook

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    Evaluation and Adaptation of Coursebook for EFL Senior High School Students: External and Internal Coursebook Evaluation 1. Introduction Language teaching material plays an important role in EFL classroom. With the rapid development and competitiveness of materials publishers, ‘the wealth of published material for English Language Teaching (ELT) available on the market makes selecting the right coursebook a challenging task’(Cunningsworth, 1995, p5). However, there is no coursebook can be absolutely

  • Different Accents Of Non Native English Teachers

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    Saudi Universities assigned English language teachers from different parts of the world to teach English courses for their students. Most of those teachers come from: Egypt, India, Tunis, Sudan and South Africa and other parts of the worlds. Those different non-native English teachers speak English with some kind of accent. The aim of this research is to investigate the attitudes of Saudi Universities’ students towards the accent of non-native English teachers who teach them. Another aim of this

  • Missing Home so Much

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    Kainan University Skills for English Language Proficiency Testing (TOEFL BTT10000297 (02)) Fall, 2010 Day: Thursday Time: 4:10 – 6:00 P.M. Room: B218 Assistant Professor: John R. Jenkins Office Telephone: 03-341-2500 (6114) Office Room Number: AT 38 Home Telephone: 03-531-8555 Fax: 03-531-1668

  • Textbooks In The English Language

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    Chapter one: Introduction 1. Introduction 1.1. Background and Purpose Nowadays English is important and popular language in all over the world and it become important means of communication, so that people want to learn English as a foreign or second language in countries, particularly in Iran. Education material, especially textbook plays a main role in learning English. Tomilnson (2011a) defined a textbook as a book “which provides the core materials for a language learning course” (P. xi)

  • Topic: Evaluation of Listening and Speaking Skills Activities of English Textbook Grade 5(P.T.B).

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    Topic: Evaluation of listening and speaking skills activities of English textbook grade 5(P.T.B). Chapter I Introduction Communication is a necessity for survival. It is an innate human desire that man wants to the other people around establish commonness by sharing, information, exchanging message, signals, ideas, signs or behavior. Language is believed to the primary element of most human communication throughout human civilization the basic mode communication is by spoken means.

  • A Review Of Bywater's Essay Surfing

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    Bywater is a professor at Dixie State University, He teaches expository english and has his way of doing so. On every Tuesday of the semester a printed draft is to be brought into class for class evaluation and on Thursday the final draft is due. On Thursday Bywater gives the topic for the next paper. He teaches based on The Rules of Thumb 9th edition, a book written by Jay Silverman, Elaine Hughes, and Diana Wienbroer. He urges his students to use sentence level structuring. Sentence level structuring

  • Teacher Perceptions Of Task Based Language Teaching And Learning Across Canada Essay

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    grounded in Ellis’ (2009) definition of TBLT as focusing on communication and meaning with a necessary exchange of information, a reliance on students own linguistic resources and an ultimate outcome. Participants were recruited from the Teachers of English as a Second Language Canada Federation (TESL Canada) membership, with a total of 217 out of a possible 6,833 members taking part. Through the coding and grouping of participant responses, emergent themes arose in the data regarding successful examples

  • What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Computer Teaching System

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    reform of college English,the computer –aided teaching mode is rising quietly and pervasively in China. Educators strongly hold that it is greatly important and necessary to apply multimedia in college English teaching. In the new era, with the rapid development of science and technology, “Computer and English” has become two indispensable skills. The College English Curriculum Requirements issued by Ministry of Education proposed using the internet as a medium to better English teaching and learning

  • Problems In English Oral Communication

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    English oral communicative ability According to Byrne (1986), oral communication is the process between speakers and listeners. The speakers use their productive skill to change their thought into appropriate language, and then the listeners use receptive skill to interpret the message from the speakers. In English communication, the speakers need communicative competence which is the ability of using or interpreting languages in appropriate way during the conversation. In other word, the speakers

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