Reading and Writing Goals:

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
  • In reading: being able to read
ads, forms, recipes.
  • In writing: write forms, lists, simple
notes, and letters.
  • Think real life application.
  • Increase complexity in length, grammar,
and discourse
  • Read paragraphs short (simple) stories, learn
skim and scanning skills.
  • Writing similar enhancement
  • Goal: get closer to native speaker
abilities and competence.
  • Reading: critical reading skills,
interpret texts, writing profession
based works (sci = lab reports,
research findings.)


Grammar:
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
  • Inductive approach to grammar with
suitable examples and patterns.
  • Explain simple grammatical points.
  • Use grammar which would be used for a number of unamplicated communicative tasks.
  • Grammatical forms may break down or be innaccurate.
  • Use grammar to sustain long discourse.
  • Can perform a variety of topics/functions.
  • Vocabulary may be generic with a kind of
grammatical roughness.


Authenticity of Language:
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
  • Use simple greetings and
introductions and short phrases.
  • Use a lot of repitition so it is
authentic yet manageable.
  • Students become concerned about grammatical correctness and the details behind grammar.
  • Classroom consists mostly of reading
literature in second language
  • Communicating a lot of authentic language
material is used.


Teacher Talk:
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
  • Teacher input is crucial.
  • All eyes/ears on you.
  • Slow down for all student
comprehension.
  • Use students' and language in
classroom to help adjust.
(descriptive, cultural notes/comments,
quickly go over points so as to not
confuse slow speaking students.
  • Natural pace with articulation.
  • Shouldn't occupy the majority of the time.
  • You should use less of their native language, but flexible if needed.
  • Natural language at a natural pace.
  • Students are challenged by structure and
other parts of the language.
  • Language should match the activity.
  • Give ample amounts of opportunities for
students to talk.
  • Provide feedback.
  • Very little, if any, use of the native language.
  • Interact with each other.


Listening and Speaking Goals:
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
  • Meeting people - introductions,
exchange info, persoanl information
(family, home, ask about appartment/
home)
  • Concerns/Needs - time, weather,
actions, clothes, colors, locations.
  • Short phrases and questions
  • Past activites and future plans.
  • Longer sentences with more responses.
  • Read and write short, simple papers and books.
  • Capable of short conversations, use alternative forms.
  • Use of complicated sentences (future
perfect, past participle).
  • Can focus on more of the nuances on the
language - turn-taking, topic nomination,
culturally conditioned language constraints.
  • "Fine-tuning"