Paperback with CD-ROM
Learning One-to-One helps teachers take advantage of the opportunities of one-to-one teaching, and also cope with its challenges. Part 1 provides practical guidelines on teaching individual learners and looks at the roles a one-to-one teacher may have, such as 'conversation partner' or 'observer and listener'. Part 2 contains easy-to-use activities, through which both teacher and learner can focus on the language the learner wants to learn. Many of the activities include ideas for using technology and online resources, which can help to develop language skills as well as being fun to use.
- Provides practical advice on how to design effective one-to-one courses.
- Shows teachers how to adapt existing materials for use in one-to-one contexts.
- Offers a wide variety of activities which teachers can adapt to their own situation.
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