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I have been fortunate to have taught in most of these areas, excluding the beginner without the Roman alphabet. And while I would agree in every area that lessons should be taught in English and not the native language, I am questioning this for beginners without the Roman alphabet. There are some lessons that may need explanation and clarification in the L1. Would it not be frustrating for this level at any age however especially with very young beginners to not understand the lesson? I have in the past not accepted an assignment because I felt my lack of the native language would be a hindrance to the students.
I think it was important in this unit that it reflected that the teacher is not expected to be an expert in Business to teach Business English.