Practical Teaching Tips For Giving Instructions



8 Responses

  1. Abigail says:

    tq for the info.. i want just want to inform you that i used your page as one of my reference..

  2. catylyn says:

    thanks coz i used the information dat u’ve provided for ma project work

  3. Luís EDuardo Alducin Romero says:

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  4. MOHAMMED RHALMI says:

    Hi Luis,

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  5. laurencia masonde says:

    thank you for all this information,,its really helping us more…”.new-teachers”

  6. narges says:

    It was very good to teach us how to give instruction. Would you please give some examples?

  7. Esther says:

    Dear Mohammed Rhalmi, thanks a lot for your article. I’ve been teaching for a while and I am some experiencing classroom management issues, probably coming from not giving clear instructions. I find it very difficult to give instructions to students having a very limited knowledge of English. I want to ask about one point specificly. You say “Teachers should prepare everything carefully beforehand. Task types can be grouped and therefore a teacher can find out what should be said in order to deliver one specific type of task. And so on, in the end, he/she will have a repertoire of instructions for different tasks and everything will be much simpler.” Perhaps you yourself have built up a repertoire of these task instructions, could you perhaps share some?

  8. Irina says:

    Thank you for the helpful information.

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