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    For the subject of LHE 3212, English Language Teaching Method, students were needed to partake in macro teaching as its one of the course’s requirements. This macro teaching session was tasked in a group of four students instead of individually as we had a lot of time constraints in this particular semester. My group members, Yazid, Izati, Adibah and I were the third pair to present our macro teaching. The waiting was painful as macro teaching can be a daunting task if faced unprepared. We presented

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    English Language Teaching

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    Topic Literature Review: English Language Teaching Strategies for Learning-Disabled Secondary School Students Introduction One of the aims of the Singapore Ministry of Education is to ensure that all school-going children receive a minimum ten years of general education. Streaming is one way to ensure that all students are taught according to their academic ability, and “learn at a pace which they can cope.” (Coping with Singaporeans’ Concerns, 2001, p. 4). At the primary school level

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    Methodological Eclecticism in Teaching English as a Foreign Language "Eclectic", remarks Atkinson (1988, p. 42), "is one of the buzz words in TEFL at present, in part due to the realization that for the foreseeable future good language teaching is likely to continue to be based more on common sense, insights drawn from classroom experience, informed discussion among teachers, etc., than on any monolithic model of second language acquisition or all-embracing theory of learning . . . ". One problem

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    The Use of Technology in Teaching English

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    the growth of English and change the way we communicate and learn. Moreover, the way of teaching English has also been modified from time to time as information are easily gathered and shared from all over the world. The widespread of internet, e-mail and others, is beneficial for English educators as the accessibility to teaching sources, media, techniques, methods, and assessments are abundant and can be easily gathered from anywhere at anytime. Since traditional way of teaching has been viewed

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    Teaching English in Libya

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    In the past and present day in Libya, learning English has been free to all students at all levels. Students start learning English as one of the main subjects from the age of 12 until the university stage. Libyan teachers followed the old traditional system, which was the grammar translation method. This method was based on analysing the grammar rules followed by translating of sentences and texts into the students’ target language and memorizing large amount of vocabulary, which was selected from

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    Teaching English to children has become a worldwide phenomenon due to the international expansion of English teaching combined with general commitment of governments worldwide to reduce the starting age of learning English and include it in the curriculum in the primary school (Pinter, 2006, p.3). As English has become the common language in the world, it has also become one of the components of primary and even pre-school education in the English as a Foreign Language teaching contexts. In teaching

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    1. Introduction English language study requires learners mastering several parts including phonology, grammar, vocabulary etc. Among them, grammar studying plays an increasingly vital role in English language learning in secondary school. Generally, the traditional way of teaching involves a teacher-commanding class which teacher spent half class on the certain grammar points and using exercises to evaluate whether students fully master them. However, the old approach usually results in a class s

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    also, ironically, the main means whereby people fail to communicate and pronounce English sounds. Many dynamic approaches have emerged due to computer technology to facilitate speaking skills. Teaching English pronunciation is an area of language teaching that many English teachers shun. While there are various instructional materials available, as well as books on the theories and methodologies of language teaching there is comparatively little on learning pronunciation. Over the past decade there

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    essential component of language teaching. English, one of the most globalized and widespread language, is considered being a multifunctional language. It means that it may be a tool for different communicative purposes. Teaching English includes diverse purposes such as academic, professional or job-related function, and social-interaction. All of these areas held in common communicative skills. What is a matter of study is that most of Spanish students conceive English as a mere subject in high schools

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    Of Language and Learning: Teaching English in the Land of the Rising Sun Language. It is a sign of who we are and where we come from. As language defines us, so does it unite us, but it can also impose barriers that drive us apart. As our society aggressively pursues globalization, individuals who maintain cultural sensitivity and strive for effective communication despite language barriers will be an increasingly important commodity; individuals who can also pass the gift of adept communication

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