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Old 04-14-2013, 05:50 PM
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Teaching ESLV ersus EFL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES

AS A TEACHER OF ENGLISH, I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH IN BOTH, English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL), contexts. I have found that they are quite distinct, requiring the teacher to, approach classes differently. The need for different approaches stems from the, fact that in an ESL setting the class is usually multilingual and living in the culture, of the target language, whereas in the EFL setting the class is usually monolingual, and living in their own country. Brown (2001, 116) says that “it is useful, to consider the pedagogical implications for a continuum of contexts ranging, from high visibility, ready access to the target language outside the language, classroom to no access beyond the classroom door.” In each case, different, resources can be exploited to meet the students’ needs. This article examines, how the use of these resources affects four areas of teaching: the motivation level, of the students, activity selection, the use of the students’ native language (L1)

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