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1. Which are the main issues in the field of English Language Teaching?

Discuss
each one.
2. Explain the difference between teaching methodologies used for teaching young
learners and adults?
3 How do you perceive your role as an EFL teacher and why?
4. What are some of the limitations and some advantages of the use of technology
in teaching?
5. Explain the importance of three dimensions in the EFL learning teaching: Teacher,
student and classroom management?
6. Based on your experience which methodology or approach do you most favor and
why?
7. What role does evaluation play as part of methodology in the classroom?
8. What are the main elements a course designer must consider when designing a
new program or a specific lesson?
9. What are some different types of speaking activities that students can do in the
classroom?
10. Under what principles can good materials be selected from the web?
11. What are some strategies for communication when the teacher does not speak
the students native language?
12. How do you I identify the students who do not have a higher level of language
knowledge to follow my lectures?
13. How should I modify the exam for one of my students with special needs?
14. Describe three steps in using task-based learning in the class and give one
example of a good language task.
15. Outline some characteristics of learner autonomy?
16. English grammar should be taught using grammar rules. Do you think that is the
best way?
17. A good teacher of English should speak student native language. Why or why
not?
18. Students can become autonomous learners themselves. Why or why not?
19. The text book is the only tool teachers should use in the classroom. Do you
agree or disagree?
20. All students have the same learning and we should use the same teaching
methodology for all. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?
21. Summarize one lesson from the Course book justify why you have chosen this
lesson.

1. The issues in the field of ELT might not be the same in every country but
some of the overall ones are: changes in goals of teaching, changes in
approaches to teaching, changes in teaching content, expanding the
dimension of communicative competence, the use of IT in ELT, assessment
etc....
2. In regard to adult learns and young learners concerning methodology is that
adult learns are very independent, while young learns arent. The adults work
things out for themselves, organize themselves and even decide the direction
of the lesson. Whereas young learners, on the other hand it is necessary to
supervise and monitor their work constantly and give them clear instruction
and dealing effectively with learning strategies and classroom management.
3. The aim of each lesson is to encourage the students to communicate with
each other using the structures and vocabulary they've learnt and to improve
the four basic language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.
classroom management;
planning, preparing and delivering lessons to a range of classes and age
groups;
preparing and setting tests, examination papers and exercises;
14. Three steps of using TBL are: pre-task activity an introduction to topic and
task
task-cycle task, planning and report
language focus and feedback
10. There are various basic criteria that should be fulfilled when evaluating 'good
materials' from the Web. Here are some important categories to think on when
evaluating online educational resources:
Its authority
Its objectivity
Its authenticity
Its reliability
Its relevance
Its efficiency
13.how should I modify the exam for one of my student with special needs?
-allow extra time to complete the test
-break up the testing into several sessions
-repeat test directions as needed
-allow student to answer orally(as needed)