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PRE-COURSE TASK

Please make sure you complete all the sections of this application form and pre interview tasks. Not completing these will mean your application won't be processed. If you have any questions, please contact: orlando@ihmexico.com

1. LANGUAGE

Grammar

Look at the verbs underlined in the following incorrect sentences. In each:

a. correct the sentence

b. name the correct tense

c. say why this correct tense should be used in the example.

The first one is done for you.

1. I read a book at the moment.

a. I'm reading a book at the moment

b. Present continuous

c. Used for an action happening now

2. He's getting up at eight every morning.

a.

b.

c.

3. I've been to France two years ago.

a.

b.

c.

4. Can you come for a drink tonight?

Sorry, I’ll play tennis with my sister.

a.

b.

c.

5. At the station I realised I left the tickets at home.

Sorry, I’ll play tennis with my sister.

a.

b.

c.

6. I'm in England since last week.

Sorry, I’ll play tennis with my sister.

a.

b.

c.

How would you help a foreign student with the difference in meaning between these two examples?

He's been to Paris/He's gone to Paris.

His command of English is limited. (Think how you could demonstrate using visuals, the whiteboard and/or mime rather than explanation.)

Vocabulary

A foreign student at elementary level asks you the difference between the following pairs of words. How would you help her? Remember, her command of English is limited.

Borrow/lend



Skinny/slim



Win/beat

Say the following words aloud (try them in a sentence) and then write the syllable that takes the main stress.

allow

prediction

controversial

prefer

preference

photograph

photographic

photographer

record (noun)

record (verb)

PART TWO: LANGUAGE IN CONTEXT

Look at the exchange below and the labels below each one

A. Would you like to come to the cinema tonight?

INVITING



B. Yes, I'd love to.

ACCEPTING AN INVITATION



We call these labels (e.g. 'Inviting' etc.) FUNCTIONS. It is another way of categorising language, this time thinking more about what the language is actually doing. Look at the dialogue below and label the function of each utterance. Put your answers in the boxes.



A: Hey Bob.


B: Yeah?


A: Give us a hand with this suitcase could you?


B: Sorry, but Jenny's waiting for me


A: O.K. Never mind.

This is clearly an informal conversation, between two friends. Imagine a similar dialogue with the same number of lines and using the same functions between two people who do not know each other.

PART THREE: APPROACHES TO TEACHING AND LEARNING

a. You have a group of adult beginner students. You want to teach them "Would you like..." as in, "Would you like a cup of coffee?"

What would you do?

b. Think of two different learning experiences in your life (not languages), one of which was successful and one of which was not. List under the type of learning experience three factors which made the experience successful or unsuccessful.

Type of experience
SUCCESSFUL
UNSUCCESSFUL
Factor 1
Factor 2
Factor 3

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