seven intermediate adult male professionals in Saudi Arabia who need English

What Am I Required to do? Please read the instructions carefully. Choose one of the following classes: A. A mixed nationality class of sixteen pre-intermediate 13 and 14-year-olds on a short holiday course in an English speaking country. (CEFR Level A2) B. A mixed nationality group of twelve new adult immigrants with very little English living in an English speaking country. (CEFR Level A1) C. A class of seven intermediate adult male professionals in Saudi Arabia who need English for business purposes. (CEFR Level B1) D. An upper-intermediate class of 20 teenagers (male and female) in Spain. (CEFR B2) For your class you have to; i. Select a suitable authentic* listening or reading passage from any source. If you choose a listening text, provide a link, but please also write out a script in full. * An authentic text is one which was originally aimed at native or proficient English speakers, and was not designed as a piece of language teaching material. ii. Write an essay (800 -1200 words) giving an overview of your chosen class and stages you would use for a standard skills lesson. iii. Create three follow on tasks. iv. You do not need to submit a lesson plan. v. Think carefully about selecting material suitable to the level and needs of your students Step-by-step guide to assignments; 1. Write an essay (800-1200 words) in which you; i) say which group you have selected and why this material is suitable for them. ii) identify vocabulary that you would need to teach and say how you would teach it. iii) briefly outline how you would use the text in a reading or listening lesson, using the standard formula of warmer/pre-teach and a comprehension task 2. Design and submit three pieces of teaching material you would use as follow-up language or skills practice activities after the students have done comprehension activities. 3. Each activity could be used as the final stage of a comprehension lesson i.e. after the comprehension task OR in a subsequent lesson. 4. Each piece of material should be related to the original text in terms of topic or language. 5. Each one should focus on a different skill or aspect of language (they should not, for example, all be pronunciation activities). 6. All the materials should be clearly linked to the text in some way. 7. Provide all the materials that you would hand out to or show to students. 8. Include the aim of each activity and instructions that another teacher could follow. 9. Any material that is not your own, or that you have based your ideas on, must be properly referenced: Books: Author (date) title, publisher (page number if applicable) Websites: Author/Organisation Title. Available at: website address [Accessed+ date e.g. 04 March 15]. 11. If you choose Class A or B, and it is relevant to your ideas, please specify which English speaking country they are in. 12. For class D, say what age range the teenagers are. 13. Ensure you reference the original texts correctly. 14. Before starting and again before submitting your assignment, please check though How Assignment 2 will be assessed. 15. We suggest that you create a folder on your computer where you can save all the documents you need to complete this assignment. How Assignment 2 will be assessed Your marker will consider how well you have done each of the following: The essay covers all three of the areas specified in the rubric The material selected is authentic, properly referenced and appropriate for the class you have chosen If a listening text has been chosen, a link is provided and the script has been written out (If applicable) the material has been well adapted for the class you have chosen A suitable selection of vocabulary has been made for the class The pieces of material are follow-up practice activities, not part of the comprehension lesson Each activity is clearly related to the text in some way Aims and instructions have been included with each piece of teaching material Each activity would achieve stated aim The activities are your own and not taken from another source The material is interesting and engaging

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