Efl Students

EFL students

The English as a foreign language or EFL is a language systematically used to make communication possible between people not sharing a mother tongue, in particular when it is a third language, distinct from both mother tongues. And one of the biggest problems EFL students have is the very limited amount of time they actually get to practice speaking and listening in direct interaction

The teacher’s role during pair work and small group time is to rotate around the classroom encouraging students and helping them to focus on the target language/concepts of the lesson. Including pair work and small-group work in your PPP/ESA lesson is critical to the success and improvement of your students.

The teacher’s role during pair work and small group time is to rotate around the classroom encouraging students and helping them to focus on the target language/concepts of the lesson. Including pair work and small-group work in your PPP/ESA lesson is critical to the success and improvement of your student

Sparking students motivation is an important part off any teacher’s function. Effective teachers will make sure that students know why they need to learn the language that is the target of that day?s lesson.

There are several things that the instructor can do to drive students motivation. First, at the beginning of the lesson, build a context where the target language might be used. Then – when building a dialog or structure chart on the marker board – attempt to elicit as much of that language as possible from the students. The more the language actually comes from the students, the more they will be interested on the language