Aug 25th, 2007, 10:13 pm
| || |
| || |
Join Date: Mar 28th, 2007
Location: Hunan, China
| | Re: text book for one-to-one class?
Some good, no-brainer kinds of books are Side by Side, Interchange or Passages (depending on level). They're all organized by theme, and have vocabulary and discussion activities.
For a one-on-one lesson, though, I'd probably try to get the student to come up with materials. With a younger learner that could be tough, but if the student brought in their own materials, that way the materials should be relevant to their own lives. You could have him teach you about what he's learning school or reading online or something like that.
My 2 cents.
__________________ ESL etc.
- Bringing global issues and activism into language teaching.