Sunday, 19 October 2014

Helena Ceranic. The English Teacher's Handbook

Reviewed by Arifin
Tulungagung, 19 October 2014



Introduction
Ceranic explains: “The chapters in this book are intended to support your craft of teaching and help you to develop flexible approaches and ideas that you can adapt to suit your teaching style and interests. Overall, the purpose of this handbook is to help not only balance your work load but reduce it. I advocate strategies to minimize tedium, administration and pointless time-wasting, to enable you to prioritise your time to the enjoyable aspects of the job that will have the biggest impact on students' learning and your own self-fulfillment and enjoyment.”


Contents
1. Planning outstanding English lessons
Principles for effective planning
Long-term planning
Medium-term planning
Short-term planning
Emergency planning
Being organized with your planning
Joint planning
Sourcing resources
Creative planning
Personalising your planning
2. Teaching outstanding English lessons
Principles for effective teaching
Organising the learning environment
Effective classroom interaction
Making the most of less on time
Engaging students
Effective lesson progression and transitions
Promoting active learning
Promoting thinking and independent learning
3. Developing outstanding assessment practices in English
Principles for effective assessment
Organising and planning assessment opportunities
Making marking manageable and useful
Target setting
Involving students with assessment
Involving parents with assessment
Recording assessment outcomes
4. Toolkit for teaching speaking and listening
Principles for effective speaking and listening
Capitalising on talk in the classroom
Individual presentations
Group activities
Drama-based tasks
Assessing speaking and listening
5. Toolkit for teaching reading
Principles for effective reading
Comprehension skills
Non-fiction
The Media
Poetry
Prose
Essay writing
Exploring context
6. Toolkit for teaching writing
Principles for effective writing
Preparing for independent writing
Sentence structure and punctuation
Composition and effect
Text organisation
Spelling strategies
Teaching the writing triplets
7. Being a highly organized and efficient English teacher
Principles for effective organisation
Managing time
Managing tasks
Managing marking and paper work
Managing stress
Organising resources
Making the most of IC T
8. Being reflective and developing your practice
Principles for effective continual professional development
Evaluating lessons
Professional development
Sharing and developing excellent practice
Developing your career
9. Organising English enrichment opportunities
The importance of developing English skills outside of the classroom
Having time for a life outside school

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