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Jeremy has started his second year as an ESL teacher in Taiwan. He teaches kindergarten students in the mornings and elementary students in the...
Jeremy has started his second year as an ESL teacher in Taiwan. He teaches kindergarten students in the mornings and elementary students in the afternoons and evenings after they finish school. One of the students in his beginner elementary class is a rambunctious 8 year old named Lei. Lei is an enthusiastic student and a quick learner. Ever since joining the class a few weeks earlier, he has progressed very quickly to where he is now one of the top students in the class. He is always one of the first to answer when Jeremy asks a question, and he loves to talk. Lei is also almost always the first to finish any assignments in his workbook, and he then proceeds to talk to whoever is around. Jeremy tries to keep him focused by giving him more work, but once he's finished what was assigned to everyone else, Lei loses interest in doing more work. He is becoming a disruption to the other students. Jeremy enjoys having Lei in his class, but he fears that his propensity to talk will rub off on the other students and he will lose control of his class. Jeremy isn't sure of how to handle the situation.
Jeremy recently gave his students an assignment on the simple future tense. After they practiced the structure in class, he asked his students to go home and write three sentences in the future tense. When receiving written work from students, it is often difficult for teachers to determine how best to correct their work. This is especially true if the teacher is making corrections at home where he cannot ask the student to explain what he or she was trying to say. For the sentence below, choose the best way for Jeremy to correct the student's sentence:
Tomorrow I will play hiking with my friend in the mountains.
He should explain to his student that for activities that involve moving from one place to another, we use "go" rather than "play". "Play" is typically used for sports and games.
He should change the main verb, "hiking", to the infinitive form when using it with a future-tense auxiliary verb such as "will".
He should remove the word "hiking" from the sentence as "play" is a more general term that encompasses hiking, so "hiking" is unnecessary in the sentence.
There are a number of errors to correct in this sentence. The adverb of time, "tomorrow", should be moved to the end of the sentence. The student should choose one verb, either "play" or "hiking", but not both. Also, the preposition "in" should be replaced with "on" to more accurately describe where the student will be hiking.