The learner profile    Trinity CertTESOL The University Language          Centre University of Manchester      Maureen Finn
Description of the learner’s     social and cultural    backgroundContent• Mother tongue• Language learning experience• Pr...
Description of the learner’ssocial and cultural background• Brief and to the point (20-25% of profile)• Recorded on profor...
Evaluation of learner’s currentlinguistic proficiency• Interaction skills/spoken English: your  assessment• Student’s pron...
Evaluation of learner’s currentlinguistic proficiency• Recorded on proforma LP2• Key section of the profile               ...
Evaluation of learner’s currentlinguistic proficiencyPhonology:• Transcription of 20-30 words, in multi-word  segments, in...
Recommendations for future   language development• Strengths and weaknesses//key learning needs  from your point of view a...
Scheme of work• Further 10-20 hours’ language development• Should refer to grammar, lexis and phonology• Should include re...
Lesson plan(s) based on    key learning needs and    evaluation• Teaching time 45-60 minutes• Can cover up to three sessio...
Lesson plan(s) based on keylearning needs and evaluation• Slightly less detailed than the TP lesson plans• Include Evaluat...
Analysis and reflection• Evaluation of the lesson (teaching one to one,  aims, teaching methods, materials used, overall  ...
Submission date• Final submission date for Learner  Profile assignment: Wednesday week 4                                  ...
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Lp 2 overview trainee final

  1. 1. The learner profile Trinity CertTESOL The University Language Centre University of Manchester Maureen Finn
  2. 2. Description of the learner’s social and cultural backgroundContent• Mother tongue• Language learning experience• Preferred methods of learning• Reasons for learning English• Reasons for using English• Contexts in which the learner will use English in the future 2
  3. 3. Description of the learner’ssocial and cultural background• Brief and to the point (20-25% of profile)• Recorded on proforma LP1 3
  4. 4. Evaluation of learner’s currentlinguistic proficiency• Interaction skills/spoken English: your assessment• Student’s pronunciation: conclusions drawn from phonological analysis• Intensive and extensive listening skills: your assessment and self-reporting by your student• Written English (include corrected letter, pre- interview writing)• Reading comprehension skills: self-reporting and testing (include the text book material you used to test your learner) 4
  5. 5. Evaluation of learner’s currentlinguistic proficiency• Recorded on proforma LP2• Key section of the profile 5
  6. 6. Evaluation of learner’s currentlinguistic proficiencyPhonology:• Transcription of 20-30 words, in multi-word segments, in the required format• Present as a separate section 6
  7. 7. Recommendations for future language development• Strengths and weaknesses//key learning needs from your point of view and the learner’s point of view. Is there a difference?• Recommendations need to be clearly linked to the linguistic analysis you made of the learner• You need to explain why you have made these recommendations (rationale)• Recorded on proforma LP3• Completion date: before you plan your taught lesson(s) 7
  8. 8. Scheme of work• Further 10-20 hours’ language development• Should refer to grammar, lexis and phonology• Should include recommendations for practice (in at least one area) of each of the four main skills• Can be an outline, scheme of work, outline lesson plans 8
  9. 9. Lesson plan(s) based on key learning needs and evaluation• Teaching time 45-60 minutes• Can cover up to three sessions• Based on the learning needs you have identified in the analysis you have done• Must include materials you have written or adapted• Can include published materials 9
  10. 10. Lesson plan(s) based on keylearning needs and evaluation• Slightly less detailed than the TP lesson plans• Include Evaluation• Include Conclusion. This is an overall conclusion to the Learner Profile• LP4 10
  11. 11. Analysis and reflection• Evaluation of the lesson (teaching one to one, aims, teaching methods, materials used, overall strengths of the lesson, areas to work on)• Conclusion to Learner Profile (overall assessment, most enjoyable part, most demanding part, learner’s response to class(es), what was learned, what specific parts of the course were applied in the Learner Profile) 11
  12. 12. Submission date• Final submission date for Learner Profile assignment: Wednesday week 4 12

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