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
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
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.
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