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How to Adapt, Thrive and Survive with a Course Book!
Transcript of How to Adapt, Thrive and Survive with a Course Book!
Survive with a
Course Book! M
S Method - Does the aim of the book suit your own teaching method? Appearance - Is the book attractive? Teacher-friendly - Is the book easy to use? Answer key? Organisation? Extras - Does it have extra resources? Realistic - How authentic is the communication in the book? Interesting - Will the topics be interesting for your learners? For you? Affordable - Is the price of the book worth it for your learners? Will they see the value of it? Level - Is the book suitable for the level of the students? Skills - Does the book cover all the skills (listening, reading, writing, speaking) that you want to teach? Does it match the syllabus? From: Tanner R. and C. Green (1998) Tasks for Teacher Education. Harlow:Longman By: Tim Dalby, Korea University D
R Delete - if you don't like it - remove it! Edit - Make changes to the existing materials or do things in a different way! Add - You can always add activities if you think there is a gap in the coursebook. Replace - Use an idea that is more suitable for YOUR students. From: Tanner R. and C. Green (1998) Tasks for Teacher Education. Harlow:Longman Over to you!