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Communicate thoroughly with your native-English-speaking teachers
Co-authored by native-English-speakers and Taiwanese teachers, this book focuses on the common co-teaching between native-English-speaking and native-Chinese-speaking teachers of English to children and adolescents in Taiwan. This phenomenon came from necessity but its success depends on the communication between the co-teachers.
How can teachers of different nationality communicate smoothly? This book provides with a few principles, including the importance of communication, attitudes and methods. Through vivid examples, describe in detail specific points and taboos. The book also lists common problems between co-teachers of all levels and provides with solutions and suggestions.
This book also provide with results of survey and questionnaires done by teachers of after-school programs, preschools, and managers of such programs. Experiences of these individuals shared so that readers can look at the problems from different points of view. Useful language strategies for different situations are provided to help non-native-English speakers better their speaking skills so that they can communicate with confidence.
“English Co-Teaching” is the first reference book to look into English co-teaching. The book was written in both English and Chinese, and is useful to not only native-English-speaking and native-Chinese-speaking teachers and the managers and is key to success in English co-teaching.
☆ Problems and strategies of English co-teaching
☆ Methods of communication and taboos between speakers of different languages
☆ Good and bad examples of communication
☆ Skilled and unskilled forms of expression
☆ Real examples of English co-teaching and management
☆ Apply English in different situations
☆ Applying for the Alien Residence Cared (ARC) for your native-English-speaking teachers
About the Author :
- Peggy Huang
- Part-time Associate Professor, Taipei Municipal University of Education
- Ph.D. Program in English Teaching, Graduate School of English, Tamkang University
- M.A. University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Sophia Yang ‧ Ruth Smith ‧ Jeff Hockett
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1 The Importance of Communicating with Your Co-Teacher
Chapter 2 English Co-Teaching Successes
Chapter 3 English Co-Teaching Problems and Suggestions
Chapter 4 English Co-Teaching and Managing Experience
Chapter 5 English You Need