I'm James - and I'm not sure what the best thing is to do;
I have been a member of our school's foreign faculty for a few years, but I am not a teacher of ESL.
I've been asked (told) by our school head to address an audience of about 600 prospective students (age range 6 to 11 years), for a 20 minute period, and perform/present/act/teach.
This is what I know so far:
1. The teacher will have a microphone and be standing on a stage.
2. The children will be present in the form of a standing crowd facing the stage.
3. The teacher will have the use of two teaching "assistants".
4. An overhead projector is available.
5. The 20 minute 'activity' should be interactive & interesting.
Has anyone here been in a similar situation?
What works? What doesn't work?
Comments greatly appreciated.