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Currently, David lives in a small town in the American Upper Midwest.When he’s not teaching or writing, David studies Korean, plays with his son, and takes road trips to Minneapolis to get a taste of city life. For these kinds of mistakes, you want to show students that there are fundamental differences between writing and speech, in English and in languages.And you want to help them see that organizing a lengthy piece of writing is difficult, but that this skill can be mastered.Typical Chinese classes are largely lecture based, and students aren't encouraged to discuss or ask questions.In an oral English class, however, our job is to get students to speak, even if it means asking direct questions to individual students - a teaching style they’re certainly not used to.Role plays and other group activities can work well, but ESL teachers should expect to spend an ample amount of time explaining the rules and expectations before getting started. Among the many differences in the two arguably flawed structures, however, is that the Chinese teaching methods largely rely on cram and memorize tactics, which don’t encourage students to think independently.
Poor written grammar, disorganized arguments, and overly-informal language are mistakes in general writing skills, and are not necessarily a result of L1 interference.
To give one example, in Japanese culture, if someone’s age is significantly different form your own, you would probably not refer to them as a “friend,” even if you have a warm relationship with them.