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  • Basic English Grammar For EnglishLanguage LearnersMeeting #9Hery Yanto TheEnglish 3.0 Series, Summer 2012July 16, 2012
  • PART ITEACHING & LEARNING ENGLISHABROAD
  • What you have to consider? • Culture • Certification/Training • Proficiency • Pedagogy • Theory • Permanent or temporal • Provide services to your customer Pre-requisite Both for Native & Non-native ESL/EFL teachersText used from teflinstitute
  • The training centers are helpingthe application & placement • Job search directory • Online application • Phone interview • Preparing documents and pre-departure • Connecting with host country representative • Placing and arranging new place to begin your career Text used from Tesol International Association
  • Where to go?Text used from Tesolexpressonline
  • Benefits Text used from Tesolexpressonline
  • English Summer Program • Customize for International Students • English for Specific Purposes • Some program help student on their preparation and placement to the college/universityText used from EFS Stanford University
  • English Testing PreparationProgram Text used from Maastricth University
  • Student Exchange ProgramText used from The Indonesian International Education Foundation
  • Summer English Camp When business, entertainm ent, and education blended in a Program Text used from Camps for Kids
  • British Hills –Japan Experiencing the Authenticity? Another example of business, entertainm ent, and education blended in a program. Text used from British Hills
  • PART IIINTRODUCTION TO SENTENCESTRUCTURE
  • What is a sentence?• A sentence is a group of words that express a complete thought.• A sentence begins with a capital letter in the first word and ends with a punctuation.• A group of words that does not express a complete thought forms a sentence fragment.Sentence Sentence FragmentSomething just dropped from the Dropped from the roof.roof.She called when I was doing dishes. When I was doing dishes.I surprised by a loud noise. Loud noise.
  • Four Kinds of SentencesTypes of Sentences ExampleDeclarative Sentence: Tropical countries are humid.- It tells something.- It ends with a period.Interrogative Sentence: Do you like to stay in a tropical- It uses to ask something. country?- It ends with a question mark.Imperative Sentence: Always have breakfast before you go- It gives an order. to school.- It ends with a period.Exclamatory Sentence: It was so cold!- It expresses strong feeling.- It ends with an exclamation point.
  • Subjects and Predicates• A sentence has two important elements, a subject and a predicate.• The subject informs whom or what the sentence is about.• The predicate represents what the subject is or does.Examples:My friend, Andy, used his finger to point the letter.(Subject) (Predicate)A man sit next to Mr. Guntoro caught a huge fish yesterday.(Subject) (Predicate)
  • Try this challengeUnderline the complete subject of these sentences! • Thailand is a country in South East Asia. • The pilot and co-pilot are ready to flight the new airplane. • Rusmala, my neighbor, and her family enjoyed their trip to Brazil. • Some conference attendees are going out to the field trip this afternoon. • Richard Philander, the new principle, likes her office very much.
  • Check Your Answer • Thailand is a country in South East Asia. • The pilot and co-pilot are ready to flight the new airplane. • Rusmala, my neighbor, and her family enjoyed their trip to Brazil. • Some conference attendees are going out to the field trip this afternoon. • Richard Philander, the new principle, likes her office very much.
  • Conjuction• A conjunction is a word that connects words or groups of words.• For examples: • Parrots live in wild places or in zoos. • They eat some dumplings and drink a glass of green tea/ • I like to go to the cinema, but my girlfriend want to watch the movie at home. • Neither Amir nor Zahzira has the key to enter the building. • You can choose either to go with us or go with your parents.
  • Compound Subject & Compound Predicate• A compound subject is two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate.• A compound predicate is two or more simple predicates that have the same subject.• A conjunction is used to join the compound subjects and compound predicates. • Examples: • Andy or Herman will bring the ice. • Butter, eggs, sugar, and coconut have to be added first. • He sent, received, and answered the messages. • The scientists observed the subjects and took notes about them.
  • Try this challenge• Underline the compound subjects or the compound predicates of these sentences. • Experts and the crew members inspected the gas leaking. • Some lemon grass, onion, and garlic will be needed. • He measures and checks all the damage. • The soldiers shouted and looked at one another.
  • Check Your Answer • Experts and the crew members inspected the gas leaking. • Some lemon grass, onion, and garlic will be needed. • He measures and checks all the damage. • The soldiers shouted and looked at one another.
  • Compound Sentence and Run-on Sentence• A compound sentence contains two sentences with related ideas. A conjunction is used to connect these sentences. A coma is placed before the conjunction. • For example: The recording could capture the interaction that the class instructor intended to be recorded, and learners who cannot attend the live session can view the recording.• A run-on sentence is two or more sentences that run together. The run-on sentence can be separated into two or more sentences or can be changed into a compound sentence. • Run-On: Teachers suppose to assist students to participate as active learners, engage them spend more time on doing their tasks. • Corrected: Teachers suppose to assist and engage students spending more time on doing their learning tasks. By doing their tasks more often, students become active learners.
  • 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