• 5. Showcase and Reflect



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      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
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      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
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      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • forum icon
      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • forum icon
      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • forum icon
      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • forum icon
      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • forum icon
      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here. 


    • glossary icon
      Glossary
      Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook Glossary

      Showcase - end-of-course group project

      Chair under a spotlight


      In this final phase of the course you will have the chance to demonstrate what you have learned. In the form of a group project, all course participants will contribute three entries to a handbook for EFL instructors who teach Arabic native speakers. 

      The handbook has three entry categories - pronunciation, writing and grammar, syntax, sentence structure. Each learner is required to produce one entry for each category for a total of three entries per learner. 

      Each entry will consist of an example of L1 Arabic interference - for example, pronouncing the letter 'v' as a 'w' - and a teaching activity, strategy or approach designed to address and improve/solve the issue which fellow EFL instructors can adopt or implement in their classes.

      Not available unless:
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 1 '
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 2'
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • forum icon
      Forum
      Reflection Forum

      Reflection Forum 

      Man sitting and thinking intently

      End-of-course reflection time! Share your thoughts with your course-mates and respond to at least two posts made by others.

      Not available unless:
      • The activity Teaching English to L1 Arabic Learners - a Handbook is complete and passed
      • You have badge 'TEFL L1 Arabic Week 4'
    • Support Forum

      If you have any questions, or need a bit of guidance or advice about this section, please post here.