English for Future Teachers: Learning English in an Educational Context

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English for Future Teachers: Learning English in an Educational Context es un cuaderno cuyo objetivo principal es el de familiarizar a los futuros docentes, tanto de Educación Infantil, como de Primaria y de Educación Social, con el inglés relacionado con su ámbito profesional. Para ello se proponen diversos textos y actividades orales y escritas relacionadas con la enseñanza y el aprendizaje, en las que predominan el vocabulario del área en cuestión y las expresiones más comunes de la especialidad.

Escritor
Escritor
Colección
Cuadernos para la Docencia. Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas
Materia
ELT: gramática, vocabulario y pronunciación, ELT: inglés para fines académicos
Idioma
  • English
EAN
9788490422540
ISBN
978-84-9042-254-0
Depósito legal
GC 446-2016
Páginas
104
Ancho
1,7 cm
Alto
2,4 cm
Edición
1
Fecha publicación
19-07-2016
Número en la colección
3

Precio

Edición en papel
15,50 €
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Contenidos

CONTENTS
 PRESENTACIÓN CUADERNOS PARA LA DOCENCIA
 INTRODUCCIÓN
 TOPIC  I: EDUCATION
1. Starting out!
2. Education
2.1. Understanding the text
2.1.1. Comparison
2.2. Words from the text
2.3. Finding out information
3. Revise your grammar. Relatives
3.1. Joining sentences
4. Useful grammar
5. Filling gaps
6. Words at work: Adjectives + prepositions
7. Types of state-funded schools in England
7.1. Understanding the text
7.1.1. True or false
7.1.2. Reading comprehension
7.2. Words from the text
7.3. Filling gaps
8. Language focus
8.1. Rephrasing
8.2. Making suggestions
8.3. Speaking out
9. Revise your grammar. The passive voice
9.1. Rewrite the following sentences
9.2. Write the active forms
TOPIC II: TEACHING AND LEARNING  
1. Starting out!
2. Being a teacher
2.1. Understanding the text
2.2. Words from the text
2.3. Useful grammar
2.3.1. Give the references
3. Filling gaps
4. Revise your grammar. Reported speech (questions, orders, requests)
4.1. Choosing the correct answer
4.2. Rewrite the following sentences
5. Language focus
5.1. Rephrasing
5.2. Complete the crossword
5.3. Writing
6. Learning styles in the classroom
6.1. Understanding the text
6.1.1. Answering questions
6.1.2. True or false
6.2. Words from the text
7. Words at work
8. Filling gaps
9. Finding words
10. Writing. Paragraphs
10.1. Join sentences to write paragraphs
10.2. Writing your own paragraph on learning
TOPIC III: IN THE CLASSROOM  
1. Starting out!
2. In the classroom
2.1. Understanding the text
2.2. Summary
2.3. Words from the text
3. Filling gaps
4. Language focus
4.1. Rephrasing
5. Words at work
6. Revise your grammar. Conditionals
6.1. Matching
6.2. Writing
7. Speaking out
8. Special Needs
8.1. Understanding the text
8.1.1. Reading comprehension
8.2. Words at work. Acronyms
8.2.1. Joining acronyms with their definitions
8.3. Selecting key words from the text related to the educational. field
8.4. Words from the text
9. Filling gaps
10. Speaking out. Taking decisions in class
TOPIC IV: LESSON PLAN  
1. Starting out!
2. Lesson plan
2.1. Understanding the text
2.1.1. True or false
2.2. Words from the text
2.3. Definitions
3. Revise your grammar. Linking words
3.1. Connectors
3.2. Completing sentences
3.3. Phrasal verbs
4. Filling gaps
5. Finding out information
6. Words at work
7. Bloom’s taxonomy
7.1. Finding out information
7.2. Words from the text
7.3. Words at work
TOPIC V: CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING (CLIL) & MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
1. Starting out!
2. Content and language integrated learning (CLIL)
2.1. Understanding the text
2.2. Finding out information
2.3. Word definition
3. Filling gaps
4. English teaching and learning
4.1. Acronyms
5. Multiple intelligences
5.1. Understanding the text
6. Educational technology
6.1. Translation
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