Listening
Speaking
Reading and Writing
Grammar and Vocabulary
Planning lessons
100

Mention and describe a kind of activity to develp and practice the listening skill using TPR

Simon says or any other

100

Why are speaking and listening linked skills?

100

Why are reading and writing skills linked?

Because good writing skills are based on good reading skills.

-Learners need to recognise words in order to write and use them comprehensibly.

100

Why is crucial to take into account the first language knowledge?

To know what will work and what may be too difficult for children-

-They are still building on the first language vocabulary

100

Why do teachers have to plan their work?

1. It makes life easier for you in the classroom.

2. It saves time.

3. You know what you will need for each lesson

4. It gives you security and confidence.

5. It allows to use more of your energy and enthusiasm to enjoy what your doing instead of worrying about what to do next class.

200

Who developed the term: "Comprehensible input"?

Krashen

200

How would you encourage your little students to spend time speaking in order to develop and improve this skill?

Focusing on real situations:

Cultural

Social

200

Why do we need to develop writing skills with young learners?

-To help them develop or discover their own writing strategies

-To practise new vocabulary and structures.

-To have a high degree of personalisation and creativity

-To equip young learners with a solid base for future development and learning.

-To promote the joy of writing at an early age.

200

Do we have to teach them complex vocabulary? Why?

Basic level words are more appropiate for youg learners, and complex and abstract vocabulary and grammar  should be taught later when they have firs a basis.

200

What makes effective lesson planning in TEYL actually effective?

The most effective lesson plans are the lesson plans which create a meaningful context. Effective lessons also have a lot of interaction and content from subjects other than English.

300

What is "comprehensible input"? Explain 

It refres to wahst we acquire when we undrestand what people tell us or what we read, when we are absorded in the message.

300

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No question with 200 extra points

300

What can students write "as a product"?

-An information article

-A letter

-A recipe

-A blog

-An email

300

Why should teachers considerate that learning a new word is not a simple task that is done once and the completed?

Because learning words is a cyclical process of meeting those words again and again

300

Do we have to include first controlled practice activities or independent activities? Why? Explain

Your own asnwers.

400

What are the main activities for children to practice this ability in English?

Dictation, Stories, Songs, using TPR

400

What are the main activities for children to practice this ability in English

-Conversations

-Partner work

-Using puppets

-Roleplays

-Labelling


400

What makes a "writing" success?

Accuracy and content

400

What are the main 5 stages that children go through in their efforts to learn new words stated by Brewster, Ellis and Girard?

1. Understanding and learning the meaning of new words.

2. Attending to form

3. Vocabulary practising, memorizing and checking activities.

4. Consolidating, recycling, extending, organizing, recording and personalizing vocabulary.   

5. Developing strategies for vocabulary learning.

400

What are the principal elements that a lesson plan must contain?

Each lesson consists of warm-up activities, lead-in activities, presentation, practice, application, and assessment activities,

500

Why is "scaffolding" essential when developing Listening in another language?

Because interaction with adults or peers who are more knowledgeable is needed for this learning process

500

Describe an activity that you would use to develop and practice this ability in your students.

Your own answer.

500

How would you motivate your students to read and write?

Your own answers.

500

What are the main ways of presenting new vocabulary and grammar to children?

šRealia

šPictures

šMime, action and gesture

šContrast

šEnumeration

šExplanation

šTranslation

šPointing, touching, testing, feeling, smelling

šUsing digital technology

500

In which theory, do we have to put special attention when planning a lesson? Why?

Multiple intelligences theory by Gardner.

It involves using different materials from realia to pictures, videos, audio recordings, TPR games, and songs. The main goal of the MI theory is to develop different aptitudes in young learners. Another goal would be to expose them to different learning strategies.

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