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A latest, speaking-centred normal English direction that is helping scholars use language clearly.

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In twenty minutes we’ll come together and have the debate. What I shall do is ask each group in turn to make one statement which the other side will argue against. So you’ll need to prepare your arguments in order of importance. Right, you’ve got twenty minutes’. Some possible variations, which you can employ when students are accustomed to this kind of debate, are: ⚫ students speak for a view which they don’t agree with ⚫ students change sides half way through the debate ⚫ students role play a proponent of the view they support 41 Debate 18 These have the advantage of further improving students’ skills in argument and increasing their capacity for understanding the other person’s viewpoint.

6 Orientation You and your students come to the tutorial from various other activities and events and from various parts of the building or even from outside. It is probably a week since this group of people met in this place for this purpose. So you need an orientation period. If you start the tutorial before you are all oriented, you will not have your students’ full attention and they will not have yours. The simplest methods of orientation are based on increasing everyone’s awareness of the room, the people and the purpose of the tutorial.

So it is helpful to spend some time arranging the furniture in the room to suit the group (see item 19), putting up posters, writing the programme on the board and so on. If you get to the room first, you can greet the students by name as they arrive. You can spend time chatting about the course with students as you wait for late-comers. And then, at the start of the tutorial, you can orientate students to this week’s work by relating it to last week’s and to the total programme and quickly running through what you hope will be achieved today.

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