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By Jacksonmatthews | Last updated: May 28, 2014
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Teaching timetables rely heavily upon carefully compiled agenda -certain times of the day are allocated to the teaching of specific subjects, and the subjects themselves are divided up into different categories.
Nowadays teachers are trained bilingually so that the benefits of bilingualism/multilingualism are seen to be in place before they start to teach; the ability to think creatively and empathetically is recognised worldwide as a _________ rather than an asset in teaching.
Students differ in their attitudes towards learning according to their needs; this, in turn, affects firstly their _________ for learning, and secondly the teaching success - or the students' commitment to learning.
The teacher should seek to establish a good rapport with his/her students, and the aim of the rapport-based teacher-student relationship is to encourage the students to use language skills in and outside the classroom.
Achieving the best learning results from students demands that the course being taught has to be tailored to suit the student himself; often, the teacher will have to mark the student's own pace in teaching, as the student will only be able to learn as fast as his __________ allow him.
Corporate English can be seen, then, as an international language; it stresses _______ understanding rather than an in depth knowledge of language structure in order to achieve the desired results in the business world.
Language itself is not the only form of communication used in everyday life; the teacher should incorporate elements of:- (Select Seven)
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Which of thefollowing sentences is most formal in style?