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Imagine that you are a teacher in an English Language Program, and you will have a new group of students arriving next week for an orientation meeting? What things would you need to do to prepare for a new teaching session?
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Randall: Well, I just wanted to go over the schedule for Wednesday's orientation meeting to make sure everything is ready.
Randall: Okay. Now, we had planned originally for the meeting to go until ten thirty, but now we have someone from the international center coming to speak to the students on extracurricular activities, so how about ending the meeting around eleven?
Woman: We have reserved a campus shuttle to give students a forty-five-minute tour starting at one thirty. [Oh. Okay.]
Woman: We have reserved a campus shuttle to give students a forty-five-minute tour starting at one thirty. [Oh. Okay.] We want to show students around the university, including the union building, the library, and the student services building.
Randall: Okay, here, let me jot that down. Uh, could you grab a pen off my desk? Faith: Right. Finding anything on your desk is like finding a needle in a hay stack. [Oh, it's not that bad.] Here, use mine.
You have a friend who wants to study overseas. What type of school curriculum, teachers, facilities, and school activities should he look for in a good language program?
Use the Internet find two English language programs in a country of your choice. Then, answer these questions: