TEYL CERTIFICATE COURSE
ASSIGNMENT FOUR -
More information for TEYL teachers
1. Why are seasonal themed activities good
learning experiences for young students?
2. What would a fun December activity be in a
country that does not celebrate Christmas?
3. Why are lesson plans important for both new
and experienced teachers?
4.How does one get started writing a lesson
5.What are the three primary functions of a
6.What are the five mistakes that teachers make
when developing lesson plans?
7. What individuals do you think a young class
would like to see come to talk to them?
8. You have a grade one class of 22 students and
are planning an outing for them to celebrate the end of the term. What would you
like to do and what do you have to think about?
9. How can you gather information about a
child's progress that will be meaningful and that you can share with the child's
parents without subjecting the child to on-demand testing?
10. What factors related to the personality of
the learner may also affect the language acquisition process?
11. Define 'self-esteem' as it applies to
12. Why is 'risk-taking a good characteristic in
13. Why is encouragement important in young
14. How should a teacher 'criticize' a
15. Why is problem-solving is a very important
process that young children have to learn?
16. What steps should you follow in teaching
students how to solve problems?
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Learning is a lifelong process. We
thank you for taking this course in Teaching English to Young Learners and hope
your new knowledge will benefit you in your teaching career.