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Teaching Conversation Classes

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Murilo Ampersand

on 25 September 2018

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Transcript of Teaching Conversation Classes

Who are we teaching?
How?
How can we make the task of designing classes from scratch easier on us?
What?
What do we mean by "conversation"?
Who?
Needs analysis
What
kind of information do we need from learners right at the outset?

How
can we do needs analysis with our students?

And
why
should we do it?


Anything else?
Whip out your phones!
bit.ly/CCneedsanalysis
Some features
- interruptions
- um's and ah's
- vagueness
- incomplete sentences
- contractions
- informality
- backchanneling devices
- self-correction
- "ungrammaticality"
What are some of the elements that make up a conversation?
Session agenda
Who?
What?
Teaching Conversation Classes
Resources
Where do you usually go for materials for your conversation classes?
How?
Resources
>> Taboos and Issues

>> Breaking News English

>> Folha International

>> news sites

>> YouTube

>> TED
!
DESIGN MATTERS
A HEARTFELT THANK YOU

Murilo Lacerda

murilo.lacerda@ctjonline.com


For session handout:

bit.ly/CChandout
:)
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