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A.Z. - U.S.A. said:
This unit focused on the different types of classes that teachers are often asked to teach based on the type of student in those classes. The class types covered were: Beginners (who need more visuals, clearer and simpler instruction, and encouragement over correction), Individual or One-on-one classes (which require the teacher to play the role of partner, an individualized plan addressing the students needs, and a combination of what the student wants and what the teacher things they need), Children (who are innately curious and motivated, but require lots of repetition, more exaggerated intonation, and attention to classroom management) and Business English clients (who can vary greatly, making a needs analysis very helpful, and who often need to work on general English in the context of their professional goals). Business English students' social context should be considered. The teacher's lack of experience in the clients field should be leveraged to encourage the clients to explain their work. Finally, Multi-lingual classes, where the students come from a variety of different linguistic backgrounds, have some advantages over monolingual classes, and in both the teacher and students should stick to speaking English as much as possible.