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Q: What book to buy as inexperienced university teacher?

I taught for one year in Chinese high school international departments and private training centers, then took a 3 year break, and now I'm back about to start teaching at a university in Guizhou. Thing is, I'm really bad at planning. I feel like it'd be super helpful to have a book I could more or less base my courses on. Any recommendations?

14 weeks 15 hours ago in  Teaching & Learning - Other cities

 
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download from "the great courses" on a torrent site the title "the art of teaching". A professor with 20 years experience teaches the class on videos of about 30 minutes length.

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You know what classes you're gonna teach? I know we don't know what classes you'll be teaching. Could be Business, Oral, Listening, Writing, Journalism English, Culture

 

So .......

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College Oral Communion 1:English for Academic Success ISBN#:0618230165

College English Oral Practice 1. ISBN#:9787040353938

Collegr Oral English Step by Step. ISBN#: 9787560991498

Around Here: A Supplemental Textbook for College Oral English Practice. ISBN#:9787564027650

 

 

These are some options for Oral English. 

 

 

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What Engles said...

 

Plus - so, you[re not experienced at teaching at university.. what qualifications do you have

 

I mean, tp teach language in China, you're supposed to have some sort of TESOL qualification - surely you have this, and they've taught you how to teach...????

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