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The difference between EFS and ESL always depends on the location were English is taught to non native English speakers and the country where the student comes from. A teacher who teaches English to students who speak other languages in a non-English speaking country teaches English as a Foreign Language (EFL). Teachers who teach English to students from a non-English speaking country but leave and study English in an English speaking country like US or Australia are said to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) (Teaching ELS to adults, 2011).
Day/Date: Monday 2nd 2012
Lesson Name: Parts of speech
Class/Level: Grade 6
Materials: Crossword grammar game kit, marker pen, a ruler, duster, biro pen, and exercise book.
Textbook/Course book name: Using Parts of Speech text book by ags secondary.
Unit title and page number: The eight parts of speech, page 16.
Goal/Aim: The students should be able to name, describe and give examples of each of the eight parts of speech.
Questions and answers relevant to your lesson: what are some of the eight parts of speech? What is a verb? What is a noun? Define an adjective. List some of the nouns we can see in class.
Planning is very important not only in education, but also in many other disciplines. The ESL/EFL lesson plan above will help me in the following ways while teaching ESL/EFL overseas.
This will slightly replace my planning for work because it requires allocating more time for the students for them to understand because since to them, it is a foreign language. This includes moving slowly in my teaching steps and allocating extra time after classes to assist those who might be having problems. The understanding of a foreign language by a student depends on the time s/he inputs in learning. The most important factor is how much time one is immersed in the language (Kaufman, 2002).