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: Gebby Gayyu Dikka L 41032122101020/VI/B2

QUESTION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What do you know about Teaching, Peer Teaching and English Language Teaching? How many hours do you spend for learning? What kind of book do you read ? Do you know about english teaching strategies?what are they? What do you expect after you had finished this course?

ANSWER 1. Teaching : The activities of educating or instracting or the process of changing behaviour student to improve their knowledge and undestand it. Peer teaching : A complex process by with student learn from student that are more experiance and knowledgeable about the subject material. English Language Teaching : The process of how to teach the variaties english language. Basic definision in english language teaching. These are the most common acronyms currently used to describe English language teaching. - TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) - TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) - TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) - TESP (Teaching English for Specific Purposes) - Etc. 2. Sometime, I spend my time to learning is one hours. 3. The book that I read is peer teaching by Neal Whitmant. 4. Teaching Strategies is how the teacher to prepared their material before to do learning activity. The Cornerstones Lesson Guide suggests instructional practices that will help students benefit the most from a Cornerstones teaching unit. This supplement explains the terms used in the Guide Read Aloud/Think Aloud: Make Your Thinking Visible Comprehension Questions Shared Reading and Guided Reading Story Grammar Writing Build Word Knowledge Teach Words Conceptually Classroom Visual Aids

The Cornerstones Lesson Guide recommends daily reading aloud, shared and/or guided reading, and independent reading. The purpose of read-aloud is to foster enjoyment of a story and comprehension on several levels. Shared reading and guided reading are ways that the teacher can give students practice and feedback as they learn decoding and comprehension strategies. At the other end of the reading continuum, students apply all that they know about reading when they read independently. The ideal combination of these approaches depends on the difficulty of the reading material and the reading skills of the students. 5. That I expect after has finished this course is the student are able to communication with the others and the students can be teach from one to the other student like a discusion and sharing, until the learning process can be better, effective and confortable with students.