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DELTA Module One

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Welcome to the course!

Thanks for joining the course. We do hope you enjoy studying with us. Your team of Beth Melia-Leigh and Nicholas Northall welcome you to this Online Delta Module One preparation course. We hope you find the material engaging, stimulating and interesting and that you are able to implement ideas and activities in your own teaching. And, of course, we hope that the course will give you the support, encouragement and knowledge you need to pass the exam. To get started, please watch the video below which outlines the contents of the course and gives information about how to access it. All the best!

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Unit 8: Genre

Think about all the tasks you have done in this unit and re-consider the reflection questions from Topics 1 and ... Read More
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Unit 7: Spoken error correction

Think about your own practice and consider the following: Which methods do you most/least often use? Why? From your experience, ... Read More
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Unit 7: Written error correction

How do you tend to approach correcting written work? Do you correct/give feedback on writing in any other way to ... Read More
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Unit 6: Grammar: Observation

Share your ideas of how the Zoom demo lesson might be taught in your context (whether this is face to ... Read More
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Unit 5: Writing and Discourse

Provide or describe a plan for your last or recent writing lesson you taught. Try to include information about the ... Read More

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Reply To: Unit 7: Spoken error correction

Dear All, Thank you very much to Joanna, Rayna and Kincso for your contributions to this forum task. Here is ... Read More
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Reply To: Unit 7: Spoken error correction

Which methods from Topic 4 do you most/least often use? Why? I would say that I use all the methods ... Read More
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Reply To: Unit 7: Spoken error correction

1. Which methods from Topic 4 do you most/least often use? Why? The most often used methods would be asking ... Read More
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Reply To: Unit 7: Spoken error correction

Which methods do you most/least often use? Why? The methods which I use most often are recasting/ reformulation, delayed/deferred correction ... Read More
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Reply To: Unit 6: Grammar: Observation

Dear all, Thanks to those who have contributed to this forum. Here are some considerations when we are teaching grammar: ... Read More

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