He has been learning English since he was 11, but has only recently become his primary academic focus.
Fernando is currently unemployed, so I assumed his reasons for learning English would be to advance his career prospects. This would be ideal for Fernando as it focuses on using ‘did’ and infinitives in questions as well as the past simple more generally.
These are the ones that I know about; as I’ve said before, I’m not a CELTA trainer, but I have done the course and I speak to people about CELTA regularly.
You need to make the student(s) aware that doing the assignment is helping you on your CELTA course, but you also need to show them the benefits of coming for an interview, because if they don’t see any benefit, they’re unlikely to come (bad news for your assignment! Something you can do here is to , so you need to think of it from that perspective.
“I wanna sister” instead of saying “I want a sister”.
She confuses introductory words, for instance when she explained to me what she likes about university better than about school, she used question word “What about” instead of simply “About”.
She is an active member of student Learner’s strengths and weaknesses.
The student’s main strength is that she is not afraid of speaking and making mistakes.
Assignment One Focus on the Learner Submission date: July 16, 2013 Word count: 875 words Learner profile In order to complete this assignment I decided to observe one of the students from the elementary group. * Diana comes from a big family; she has 1 older brother and lots of male cousins.
Her background is as follows: * Diana’s first language is Kazakh, but you can say that Russian is her first language as well, since at home she uses the first one, and for education – the second. * Diana still has one more year of university to go, she studies history and plans to continue her education with MA program.