SOME REASONS TEACHING STAFF DOES NOT MEET THE SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS Teaching

Some reasons teaching staff does not meet the school

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SOME REASONS TEACHING STAFF DOES NOT MEET THE SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS Teaching assistant has many limitations. The first one is language knowledge. Except for a small number of teacher trainees have the opportunity to go abroad, the others often learn English in the country with severe learning grammar. They also do not have many opportunities to have access to the new teaching methods. This leads to significant limitations in transmitting their English. The second constraint is not fluent in the culture of English- speaking countries. Culture and language are two factors associated with each other. At each different cultures, people have different communication rules and therefore in some situations if the user does not know the language of this rule will have difficulty in communicating. For example, the Vietnamese people are very comfortable when asked about very personal things like wages, or even the age of the people around. However,the Australian people think it is impolite. 8
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CONSEQUENCES FROM THE MISMATCH There are many causes for school if teaching assistant cannot be professional or not fulfilled job requirements. This will make students feel disappointed or sometimes make the school lost its profits. The most common mistake of teaching assistant is pronunciation, especially ending sound. Consequences of incorrect pronunciation would be a "tragedy". That's true even if the use of English grammar is perfect correct, the listener does not understand as well as staff cannot hear what they said. The problems of language skills may cause the teaching assistant has a pause or be interrupted when communicating in English. It is also a common problem in people learn to communicate in English. The reviews are not arranged in a logical order. Currently, the demand for higher learning foreign languages is dramatically increasing, especially learners of all sectors of society and ages. Everyone has a different purpose to the classroom. So, the school should have its own business strategies in order to keep the brands, especially the training program for staffs. PART 2: QUESTION 2 WHAT SHOULD TRAIN FOR TEACHING ASSISTANT AND THE COST- EFFECTIVE OF THE TRAINING Teaching assistants are vital in the smooth running of primary and secondary schools where they usually work alongside class teachers.The role is varied and often includes the following: Working one to one or with small groups of pupils Supporting pupils with learning difficulties or disabilities Preparing the classroom for lessons eg setting up equipment Tidying up and keeping the classroom in good order Creating displays of pupils’ work Helping on school outings or at school events Teaching assistants, learning support assistants and classroom assistants do broadly similar roles, though this will vary from school to school. It should be clear that the efficacy of the current arrangements for training teaching assistant can only be tested effectively if there is a clear understanding of what these arrangements should be seeking to achieve. On the
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  • Fall '14
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