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A.?What?should?we?teach?about?a?word?in?a?vocabulary?lesson??Describe?in?detail?what?students?need?to?know
about?a?new?vocabulary?item.
B.?What?are?the?advantages?ans?shortcomings?of?using??translation??as?a?vocabulary?teaching?technique?
C.?Teaching?grammar?can?involve:?showing?the?meaning?and?use?of?the?structure,?giving?rules?about?its?form?or
use,?using?grammatical?terms?to?describe?these?rules,?practising?using?correct?forms?and?using?grammatical
structures?to?communicate?in?a?given?context.?The?question?for?teachers?is?what?should?grammar?teaching
involve?in?their?classrooms??
Look?at?the?examples?below?and?explain?what?grammar?should?be?taughtand?how?by?giving?reasons?and
highlighting?principles.?Make?sure?your?answer?involves?who?our?learners?are:?their?level,?their?age,?what?they
need?to?learn?and?the?learning?style?they?have.
a??Ayse?is?a?seven?year?old?who?is?just?starting?to?learn?English.?Her?first?language?is?Turkish?and?she?knows?a
few?grammatical?terms?in?Turkish.
b??Pawel?and?Stefan?are?classmates.?They?are?15?years?old?and?have?learnt?English?at?school?since?they?were?six.
Their?level?of?English?is?around?intermediate.?Pawel?does?not?understand?grammatical?terms?or?rules?and?thinks
they?are?boring.?He?likes?to?learn?by?talking?and?using?the?language,?and?does?not?worry?about?making?mistakes.
Stefan?likes?grammar?rules.?He?feels?he?needs?rules?to?guide?him?and?he?hates?talking?unless?he?feels?very?sure
that?he?is?not?going?to?make?mistakes.
c??Roxana?is?a?26?year?old?who?works?as?a?hotel?receptionist.?She?learnt?English?at?school?by?learning
grammatical?terms?and?rules.?She?did?very?well?in?her?end?of?school?English?grammar?exam.?Now?she?needs?to
use?her?English?to?speak?to?guests?at?the?hotel.?She?has?difficulty?communicating?because?her?accent?is?not?clear,
she?doesn?t?understand?many?foreign?accents?and?she?does?not?know?much?vocabulary?or?expressions?related?to
her?job.?She?is?sociable?and?eager?to?learn?but?finds?it?difficult?to?be?fluent.

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A.?What?should?we?teach?about?a?word?in?a?vocabulary?lesson??Describe?in?detail?what?students?need?to?know
about?a?new?vocabulary?item.
B.?What?are?the?advantages?ans?shortcomings?of?using??translation??as?a?vocabulary?teaching?technique?
C.?Teaching?grammar?can?involve:?showing?the?meaning?and?use?of?the?structure,?giving?rules?about?its?form?or
use,?using?grammatical?terms?to?describe?these?rules,?practising?using?correct?forms?and?using?grammatical
structures?to?communicate?in?a?given?context.?The?question?for?teachers?is?what?should?grammar?teaching
involve?in?their?classrooms??
Look?at?the?examples?below?and?explain?what?grammar?should?be?taughtand?how?by?giving?reasons?and
highlighting?principles.?Make?sure?your?answer?involves?who?our?learners?are:?their?level,?their?age,?what?they
need?to?learn?and?the?learning?style?they?have.
a??Ayse?is?a?seven?year?old?who?is?just?starting?to?learn?English.?Her?first?language?is?Turkish?and?she?knows?a
few?grammatical?terms?in?Turkish.
b??Pawel?and?Stefan?are?classmates.?They?are?15?years?old?and?have?learnt?English?at?school?since?they?were?six.
Their?level?of?English?is?around?intermediate.?Pawel?does?not?understand?grammatical?terms?or?rules?and?thinks
they?are?boring.?He?likes?to?learn?by?talking?and?using?the?language,?and?does?not?worry?about?making?mistakes.
Stefan?likes?grammar?rules.?He?feels?he?needs?rules?to?guide?him?and?he?hates?talking?unless?he?feels?very?sure
that?he?is?not?going?to?make?mistakes.
c??Roxana?is?a?26?year?old?who?works?as?a?hotel?receptionist.?She?learnt?English?at?school?by?learning
grammatical?terms?and?rules.?She?did?very?well?in?her?end?of?school?English?grammar?exam.?Now?she?needs?to
use?her?English?to?speak?to?guests?at?the?hotel.?She?has?difficulty?communicating?because?her?accent?is?not?clear,
she?doesn?t?understand?many?foreign?accents?and?she?does?not?know?much?vocabulary?or?expressions?related?to
her?job.?She?is?sociable?and?eager?to?learn?but?finds?it?difficult?to?be?fluent.

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