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• What strategies do you use to promote effective study time in your class?
First of all we share readings and we clarify unknown vocabulary that will be useful during the lessons. I clarify the activity steps to follow and then I present examples because I want they will study according their pace.
If they found problems, they would ask for help or instructions to solve them.
Finally, I consider some tips to improve their multitasking skills.

• Will it be different in English? Why?
Most of the classes are already in English as a second language so they will be the same.

• How do you usually engage your students in class?
Nowadays, my students respond very effectively to competition games, so I divided the group by boys and girls or by lines or by students codes just to create teams to compete in a contest or solve some puzzle with introductory facts about the upcoming content of future lessons.

• How will you engage them differently in your EMI classroom?
As I mentioned previously I already bring lessons in L2. I just take an extra tutoring time with learners who have not a proficiency English level and support them with extra explanations and material.

• What are your students usually expected to do in your class in terms of production and reflection?
Students have to analyze the material, work on it carry out the proposed goals of the lessons and deduce the basic use of the lessons to do a practical experience of it in several ways.

• What elements from the previous sections studied could you use for your EMI course?
From Engage Stage: To research, find, select and design relevant content.
From the Study Stage: Release to students what is expected from them. Also, present the information; provide it in the smoothest way possible.
From Active Stage: To pay attention to what they can do well, what they are interested in, and also to who they are.