Here are articles about teaching languages: tips and recommendations for tutors, sharing experience & knowledge.
I want to share with students valuable and precious experiences that are the result of many long years of tireless work.
Elementary school kids, especially between the ages of 2-8 years, have a natural tendency to get distracted during class lessons and may end up not paying rapt attention to what is being taught in class. Some key ways of getting your kids to pay attention in class are: 1. The
What is Dream Journaling? Dream journaling is like capturing the hidden stories and feelings from your dreams and then writing them down so you don’t forget. Being an ESL teacher has been an exciting journey, full of discoveries that light up language learning. One enchanting trick that truly made
In international business, English proficiency has become a “must-have” for all executives navigating the current business landscape.
Teaching children is one of the most challenging experiences I have encountered, especially when they are trying to improve a language that is not spoken in their country. This is due to several reasons: a. Children’s brains are somewhat limited when it comes to new challenges, and I don’
Podcasts are a valuable resource for English language classrooms. They offer a wide range of topics, are highly accessible, and can be used to improve listening and speaking skills.
Task-based learning technique is interactive and also supports a student independently speaking and being able to express an opinion in a foreign language. Task-based learning follows the concept of central task completion. There are three to four steps or stages of task-based learning: 1. The pre-task activity; 2. The main
It’s interesting how students can show their appreciation to their language teachers. But I was wondering, how can teachers show their appreciation for their students? After thinking about it, I decided to write this article. How a student can show their appreciation I think many students would agree that