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  改错的目的是给学生以帮助,而不是要批评他们。如果学生讲英语时说错了,那么也不要批评他们,否则他们以后就不敢开口讲英语了。你要把他们的错误看作是积极的信号,只要他们愿意开口说就好,他们比那些因为怕出错而从不开口说英语的学生要好的多。学生们能从错误中学到很多有益的东西。

  不要忘了访问 Teaching English Community Message Board,你可以和其他用户交流经验体会。
The language and tone used for error correction should be very different and distinguishable from that used when disciplining students.
When correcting errors it is important that students understand where the error lies, and to help them remember in future.
Correction should be done as tactfully as possible to avoid embarrassment.
Don't feel the need to correct every mistake that students make, this would not only be discouraging, but also very time consuming. Concentrate on correcting just one particular thing at a time, for example, if you are working on pronunciation, allow grammar errors to go uncorrected in that lesson.

Always give the student a chance to correct himself, and give other students a chance to help him before giving the correct answer.
There are many different ways to show and demonstrate that an error has been made without making students feel overlyself-conscious. Incorporating more gentle ways of correcting errors in class will help your students to improve their skills and not feel pressured or embarrassed when an error occurs. Read the downloadable text about different methods of error correction and then try to answer the True or False questions in the flash exercise.
  Methods of Error Correction

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Glossary
tone (n.) 音调,语调
distinguishable (adj.) 可区别的
tactfully (adv.) 机智地;巧妙地
embarrassment (n.) 尴尬
discouraging (adj.) 令人气馁的
time consuming (adj.) 耗时的
concentrate (v.) 集中(注意力)
demonstrate (v.) 演示,展示
overly (adv.) 过度地
self-conscious (adj.) 自觉的
incorporating (gerund) 合并(动名词)


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