Second, since they have the conversation club including classmates and others English learners, they can practice and learn each other during that time, so speaking English will become their daily routine by doing that activity. Third, interacting with the native speakers provides the social benefits such as cultural differences and other perspectives. In addition, foreign students who have the friendship with the native speaking students become more integrated into the school community. Some international students who are not learning the English as a second language may object to speak only English in the class room. They may ask why the students have to speak only English during class hours.
So any learning plan for this student would be centred around this goal, especially self-directed learning and placement provision. Specific learning needs can be identified and then addressed by the teacher, for example different coloured handouts for a dyslexic student, or by student support, for example a sign language interpretor in the class for a deaf learner. Prior to my lessons, I speak to the students' course tutor about any student individual needs that I need to be aware of and whether my chosen resources are appropriate for the students that I will be teaching. Prior knowledge and skills can be built upon with the ILP, which can help target areas for extra learning, such as specific or embedded numeracy skills, and develop areas of strength for the student, for example knowledge of local and government policy within Health and Social Care. Reece & Walker (2006) state that a focus on retention rates is increasing, so identifying the needs of learners prior to a course beginning will help the college to assess which students are likely to be able to complete the course.
You will receive the good materials that provide by school. In addition, teachers show you methods to learn the foreign language easily. Someone try to study hard but they do not know the right methods or not have experience. Besides, in class, we can discuss and exchange ideas together, so we can practice lots to develop speaking skill and listening skill. They are crucial skill
I spend most of my working life communicating through talking. I will guide others to expand their learning by using a verbal communication. In the Early Learning department I encourage the children to develop their speech and language usually through song or repetition. I often incorporate non-verbal methods such as sign language and body language to help them remember rather than giving them the answer. I believe that students also need to learn about effective communication strategies primarily in school so that they can find ways to work together with their teachers and peers to find academic success.
They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.” (http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/primary/b00198874/english/ks1) The National Curriculum gives practitioners/teachers guidance on what a child should lean and be able to do by the end of Key Stage one. During English lessons the children will learn how to communicate confidently and effectively, this will help the development of their communication and language while developing some of the key aspects to their Literacy. Communication is the art of interactions with
Communicating with a parent you need to be very direct, professional, friendly, address them how they like to be addressed and also remember the name of their child. The different skills required by practitioners: • Being an effective member of a team is important so we can all work together to support the children’s needs and development and to get along with each other to create a positive environment for the young children. This can produce a result where children are happy and feel safe in there school and feel confident to talk to their teachers. • Always be prepared to listen to whatever the young children want to speak to you about, maybe something they did with their friends or a more serious important issue they might say, always be prepared to listen, never walk away from a child communicating with you. • Polite manners is a good skill to have because children pick up on anything you might say and repeat it and learn it if it’s an unkind gesture or not saying please and thank you.