Task 2 – Background reading notes:

It is estimated that more than a billion people are in the process of learning English - the global language. English is the main language of books, newspapers, airports and air-traffic control, international business and academic conferences, science, technology, diplomacy, sport, international competitions, pop music and advertising. It is also the language of media and business - with more than 80% of international companies using it for communication worldwide.
No matter what your students' motivations and learning styles are, it is down to you to keep them interested and help them learn the language. Aim to establish a good rapport with your students. When asked about the qualities of a 'good teacher', students' responses are fairly consistent.
When teachers were asked "What makes a good teacher?", the list was (unsurprisingly) longer.
   Show your personality
   Be patient
   Know your subject well and be clear
   Stay organised
   Keep your sense of humour
   Adapt and make the most of your resources
   Use your imagination

Roles and Responsibilities
In the classroom you will need to play many different roles. Here are some of them.
From website
  * Controller – control of classroom
  * Assessor   - deciding when and how to give feedback, especially with errors
  * A resource –For TEFL you may be the only living resource for the student’s particularly if the women the ‘teacher’ was teaching are isolated, for English may not be their first language. (Fit things about Equality and diversity legislation).
  * Coach –For shy students, the teacher could encourage for women where English is not their first language to participate in the classroom.
  * Tutor: For one-to-one teaching, giving individual attention, guidance and helping the student to learn more efficiently.
  * Organizer: Telling students exactly what they need to do, and how they should do it.