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  • 1. Basic English Grammar For English Language Learners Meeting #10Hery Yanto TheEnglish 3.0 Series, Summer 2012July 18, 2012
  • 2. Part ILearning English as anInternational Language
  • 3. International language An international language is one which is used by people of different nations to communicate with one another (Smith, 1976, p. 38)  The official languages of the United Nations:  Arabic (450 M)  Chinese Mandarin (1,345 M)  English (1,800 M)  French (500 M)  Russian (300 M)  Spanish (> 500 M)  (L1 + L2)  Hindi (650 M)Smith, L. 1976. English as an international auxiliary language. RELC Journal 7 (2), pp. 38-43
  • 4. List of countries where English is thede facto languageCountry Region PopulationAustralia Australia 22,374,370New Zealand Oceania 4,294,350United Kingdom Europe 61,612,300United States North America 309,442,000
  • 5. List of countries where Englishis an official language Antigua and  Guyana (S. America)  Nigeria (Africa)  Tanzania (Africa) Barbuda  India (Asia)  Pakistan (Asia)  Tonga (Oceania) (Caribbean)  Ireland (Europe)  Palau (Oceania)  Trinidad and Tobago Bahamas  Jamaica  PNG (Oceania) (Caribbean) (Caribbean) (Caribbean) Tuvalu (Oceania) Barbados  Philippines (Asia)  (Caribbean)  Kenya (Africa)  Rwanda (Africa)  Uganda (Africa) Belize (Africa)  Kiribati (Oceania)  Saint Kitts and  Vanuatu (Oceania) Botswana (Africa)  Netherlands Nevis(Caribbean)  Zambia (Africa) (Caribbean &  Saint Lucia  Zimbabwe (Africa) Cameroon (Africa) Europe) (Caribbean) Canada (North  Lesotho (Africa)  Saint Vincent America)  Liberia (Africa) (Caribbean) Dominica  Malawi (Africa)  Samoa (Oceania) (Caribbean) Eritrea (Africa)  Malta (Europe)  Seychelles (Africa) Ethiopia (Africa)  Marshall Islands  Sierra Leone (Africa) (Oceania)  Singapore (Asia) Fiji (Oceania) Mauritius (Africa) Gambia (Africa)   Solomon Islands  Micronesia (Oceania) Ghana (Africa) (Oceania)  South Africa (Africa) Grenada  Namibia (Africa)  Sudan (Africa) (Caribbean) Nauru (Oceania)   Swaziland (Africa)
  • 6. Questions? Who is a native and a non-native? Is it important to develop English proficiency to the level “like a native”? What is the phrase “like a native” mean? Does the status of the native and non-native more important that proficiency of the teacher who teaches EFL/ESL? What is standard English? What is non-standard English? How do we understand the varieties of English? Does migration, neo-imperialism, cross-cultural interaction, and amalgamation influence the use of English? Is it important to include cross-cultural, multicultural, and intercultural understanding in teaching English?
  • 7. Purpose of learning EIL• visa interview • social • academic• work related communication vocabularies vocabularies • daily conversation • learning strategy• social interaction • asking places, • test strategy with co-worker direction, and• adaptation with the transportation new environment system
  • 8. Learning EIL1. Identify learning goal2. Draft a timeline3. Implement the learning process4. Assess during the process5. Revise the goal and timeline6. Evaluate the result7. Plan the follow up
  • 9. Where and how to learn? Language institute ($ to $$$) Private Teacher/Tutor ($ to $$$) School English Lesson($ to $$$) Social networking ($) Independent learning ($)
  • 10. Instruments
  • 11. Part IICourse Evaluation
  • 12. Unique Visitors Tracked by Weebly
  • 13. Numbers of Page Viewed
  • 14. Specific Pages Viewed
  • 15. Users Statistics – Clustrmap
  • 16. Statistics of WizIQ Online ClassesMeeting Topics No. of No. of Note registrants participants1 Course Overview, Language Learning & 12 9 1 Feedback Technology, Possessive Adjective2 Using English-English Dictionary, Simple 9 4 Present Tense3 Spoken & Written English, Wh-Questions 16 11 1 Feedback4 Social Networking & Language Learning, 11 5 Simple Past Tense5 Varieties Use of English, Present Progressive 9 26 Authentic & Practical English, Part of 14 4 2 Feedback Speech Part I7 English Language Testing, Part of Speech 10 7 Part II8 English & Open Learning Movement, 12 8 Phrases and Dependent Clause9 Teaching & Learning English, Introduction 10 N/A – 5 to Sentence Structure10 English as an International Language, ? ? ? Review and Course Evaluation
  • 17. Note from the participants Feedback: Knowledge Gained, Classroom Experience, Recommend the Course Comment: good teacher?, feedback and conversation with fellow teachers, Q&A using audio & chat on the live sessions. Email: log in problem, class enrollment, submit assignment, certificate
  • 18. Follow Up Accomplish the design of learning modules Revision based on feedbacks and comments from participants Evaluating and providing feedback to the submission made by participants Preparing recommendation and certificate for participants
  • 19. Coming Soon Fall 2012 – Late August 2012 to November 2012  Recurring Program: College Writing  New Program: Business Writing (Tentative) Update:  Follow my twitter: herythe  Join my English 3.0 Facebook Page or Google+ Page
  • 20. Closing Notes Send an email to the facilitator for enrolling to the course. Write your full name and your country of origin. For example: Ahmad Faisal, Nigeria. The facilitator email address is herythe@hotmail.co.uk Star to learn from the course website: http://basicenglishgrammar.weebly.com Help us to improve the lesson/course by filling out a survey here: BEG Survey