Here are articles about teaching languages: tips and recommendations for tutors, sharing experience & knowledge.
Translating Arabic words into English, explaining them in their social and cultural context, and focusing on pronunciation, the approach I used to teach my children my native Arabic language. Teaching my own children a foreign language and being the only one who spoke Arabic to them was a job that
1. Consider your student’s interests It may seem very obvious, but sometimes we forget about it and choose the topic based on our interests. If the student is interested in the topic, it’ll be easier to maintain the conversation. And it’s undoubtedly one of the best ways
I was hoping that this exam would be over, but due to the pandemic, it was cancelled and scheduled to move to another month. On the one hand, I feel disappointed because I have to go all over again with the review guide, but on the other hand, it allows
In order to become innovative and creative in the classroom, we need to examine the mother of all inventions: a necessity that surfaces from an existing gap in conventional methods.
Communication Skills Firstly, considering there is a lack of real interaction in online teaching, the teacher develops various kinds of communication skills. In my opinion, the most important skill is being empathetic and trying to understand the student. Being empathetic to students means being able to put yourself in their
It's not enough just to know your taught subject perfectly to teach someone. A great teacher should have some characteristics to help students succeed.
There are so many valuable resources online for language teachers—but how to choose the best ones from everything out there?
The method of teaching English as a foreign language known as the TPR (Total Physical Response) technique has been used in institutions around the world.