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Designing tasks for large classes


Referatas anglų kalba. Užduočių skyrimas didelėse klasėse. Introduction. Teaching and management in large classes. Large classes and groups. Management in large classes. Teaching and learning strategies. Methods and styles Designing tasks. Developing integrated skills. Tasks on reading, listening, speaking and writing. Conclusions. Appendix (2).


My term paper is focused especially on designing tasks in large classes. I think it is very important to design and choose the right tasks especially for large classes.
The purpose of the term paper is the research of the teaching methods and designing tasks in the secondary school classes in Lithuania. In designing tasks, many teachers are faced with at least three crucial decisions: what to teach, how to teach it, and how to ensure that children are learning what is being taught. Often, the most difficult step in preparing or revising a course is deciding which topics must be excluded if the whole is to be manageable. I wish to evaluate the suitability of designing particular tasks for large classes of children.
Nowadays the greatest number of children are studying foreign languages because it is on the school curriculum whether they like it or not. Some children want to study foreign language especially English because they think it can offer a chance for advancement in their future lives. So I think that it is essential to create a co-operative atmosphere in the class.
English language has a special position not only in Lithuania, but also in the whole world as international language of communication. The teaching and learning activity in the large classes should be enjoyable and don’t threaten the children’s personality. Many academics and researchers such as Waugh & Waugh (1999) maintain that large classes can be very effective for inspiring and motivating children. Traditionally it has been accepted that all that is needed to effect learning is to display children’s knowledge in a dynamic lesson. However, that is only one part of what is needed. The other part is to have the children engaged in activities that make them think about the course content and, wherever possible, to transfer it to new situations. There is no doubt that developing listening, reading, writing and speaking skills is very important in designing tasks and language teaching. ...

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Tinklalapyje paskelbta2007-08-30
DalykasPedagogikos referatas
Apimtis20 puslapių 
Literatūros šaltiniai12 (šaltiniai yra cituojami)
KalbaAnglų kalba
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Viso autoriaus darbų6 darbai
Metai2006 m
Švietimo institucijaVilniaus Universitetas
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  • Vilniaus Universitetas / 3 Klasė/kursas
  • 2006 m
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