Welcome to Let's Teach English. This series offers free online training for English language educators worldwide. Voice of America and the University of Oregon are partners on this project.
In this lesson, students work on an independent project. Each student researches a job and creates an interview dialog for someone trying to get that job. During class, the students practice their interview role-plays with one another. Then, they perform them with partners for other students in a small group.
As the first pair is doing their role play, the teacher stops to ask them to predict what the next question will be. Predicting is a learning strategy that can help academically as well as in a real-life situation, such as a job interview.
They also give each other feedback, using the checklist. Large classes can still do this type of speaking activity by performing in pairs and small groups.
Teacher Preparation Video Transcript
This episode shows a model of teaching English for Specific Purposes and vocational use of English. Click on the image below to download a pdf of the transcript.
Women Teaching Women English Text
Click on the image below to download a pdf of the student text and teacher manual. At the end of the ten-unit course, the whole book will be available for download.
Women Teaching Women English Listening
These audio files go with Unit 9 of Women Teaching Women English. Click on the "Direct Link" button to the right of the player to download them.
Conversation: Women at Work
Reading: Women Starting Businesses
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