Objectives accomadating instruction for individual

Let's take a look at two of the more common reasons for learning English and what might work well for achieving learning goals.Goal One: I'd like to improve my English in order to find a better job.

If reading Rolling Stone magazine is important, idiomatic language study will be required.

Point 2: This is basically a question of learning style and is very important.

For example, Cambridge's First Certificate exam will require the skill of sentence transformation, the TOEFL requires the skill of understanding US test taking skills (I'm not joking! Point 2: If job specific English is required, tasks should be more real-world orientated.

If possible, tasks should also be based on the exact type of English required in the specific profession.

This is probably as important for the student as for the teacher.

When a student understands his/her reasons for learning English well, he can then better plan his learning strategy.The curriculum guide focuses on the metal trades area at the secondary level of vocational education and industrial arts.It addresses the subject in behavioral terms, as prominent components of the career education concept.Concepts treated in the sheet metal worker and welder modules include: safety practices; equipment maintenance; related mathematical concepts; the use of instruments; and materials selection.Specific sheetmetal concepts include; design and layout; forming, cutting and bending metal; fastening methods; component construction and mounting; and repair techniques.Presenting two skill modules, sheetmetal working and welding, the objectives presented are designed to be compatible with individualized systems and/or application to small and large group use.

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