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    1. 1. Giving instructionsEdward EvansBKC-IH Moscow
    2. 2. “So, what I’d like you to do next isI’m going to give out a text about tips about making decisionsand it’s got gaps in it.No, don’t start yet!Later, you’re going to add your own advice. But first,you’ve got to put one of the words you can find in the box atthe top of the page into the gaps in the text,like this: “BLANK a list of the positive…” so, look up here andchoose the correct word, which is ‘Make’.Do you understand?What do you mean you weren’t listening?!”What can go wrong?New English file Pre-Int p69• Be brief• Don’t say obvious information• Explain first before handing out• Be logical, giving information only when relevant.• Demonstrate, don’t explain• Ask instruction-checking questions (ICQ’s)• Make sure everyone is paying attention before you start.
    3. 3. Fill in the gaps using words from the box.The ‘right’ way to do itNew English file Pre-Int p69InstructionInstructionICQ’sICQ’sAre you going to think of words yourself?(No.)Are you going to use the words in the box?(Yes.)Are you going to go on to the next exercise?(No.)ExampleExample
    4. 4. A simpler way?New English file Pre-Int p69“What are yougoing to do?”
    5. 5. • Don’t neglect the basics of givinginstructions.• Elicit instructions where possible.SummaryHarmer, J. (2001). How to Teach English, Harlow, UK: Longman. p4.Scrivener, J. (2011). Learning Teaching, Oxford: Macmillan. p65.BibliographyBibliography
    6. 6. Giving instructionsEdward EvansBKC-IH Moscoweevans@bkc.rueevans@bkc.ru
    7. 7. Giving instructionsEdward EvansBKC-IH Moscoweevans@bkc.rueevans@bkc.ru

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