Teach English in ChAqi Zhen - Yueyang Shi

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There are many differences between teaching one-to-one clients, and teaching groups, and there are a couple of advantages and disadvantages that should be taken into consideration when preparing for the class. The following essay on this topic is based on the ITTT BE course materials. Both teaching one-to-one and teaching groups have some positive sides. For example, one benefit of teaching one-to-one is that the student gets the teacher's undivided attention, and therefore they might progress faster, since they will get more feedback from the teacher, and they also get to work as fast as they can, and not be left behind by their classmates. Furthermore, it is also good for the teacher because it is easier to adjust the level of the lesson to a single student than a group, as well as because the teacher can get to know the student better and it might help them choose or create materials which are going to be of interest to them. While teaching groups can sometimes more interesting because the students get to do pair work and share the workload together, in addition to having more than one person to talk to in English. Sometimes, the teacher can even make use of the fact that there are students of different levels in the class, and pair up the lower-level students with the higher-level students in order to make them work together and help each other out. On the other hand, the disadvantages of teaching one-to-one students are those such as being sentenced to only communicating with one person all the time, as well as the fact that the student has to do all the work alone. Even so, the teacher is always there to fill in for the partner for pair work activities and can adapt the activity to help the student do more talking and give more input. What is more, the teacher and the student might have some differences of opinion or personality differences, which might make the classes less interesting or even make them decide not to take them anymore. In such a case, the teacher should find the cause of the problem and try to solve it with the student. As for group lessons, it might be difficult to adjust the level of teaching which will be suitable for all students if they are at different levels of English. In such cases, the teacher may need to resort to creating different materials for the same group of students, so that all of them will have something to do and be able to follow the class, and if necessary, the teacher can give additional homework for those students that need to catch up. In conclusion, the different problems the teachers face in an EFL classroom all have their counterparts in the positive aspects of teaching one-to-one or group lessons, and the teacher should always be able to adapt to the environment, make use of the benefits of each teaching condition as best as possible in the situation given, and be as imaginative as they can to facilitate the students’ progress.