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Dejesus 1 Eric Alberto Dejesus Professor Feldman English 101 15 April 2011 ENGL101 Week Two Discussion Board Original passage: Many ESL teachers experience student resistance when they introduce an instructional activity in the classroom. Some students want more opportunities to participating in free conversations, expressing their wish towards a more communicatively oriented approach. On the other hand, there are those who would prefer more emphasis on grammar teaching. We believe that the teacher, in making decisions regarding the type of activities to conduct in a language classroom, should take into account such learner diversities. Paraphrase: Mai Zhou argues that ESL teachers in a language classroom who takes it upon themselves to decide what activities the classroom will be participating in should consider that each student has a different learning style. Zhou implies that introducing instructional activities to ESL students can cause resistance from them simply because of the diversity in their learning styles. Some
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