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I remember going into a level one classroom one semester with certain expectations in mind. Every time I had taught that class, students had some knowledge of English vocabulary even if they didn’t know any grammar, and they were able to understand instructions when I taught. This time, I had a class of three, and none of my students knew a thing about English. They didn’t understand instruc ...
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More Than Multiple Choice: 5 Out of the Notebook Activities to Check How Well They Read

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Paper. It fills our text books, our lesson plans, and even our trash cans. So many activities we do are dependent on paper. It’s true in all classes, but perhaps even more so in reading class where words on the page are the key to what we teach. But just because your students are reading the words on the page doesn’t mean that assessing their comprehension has to be limited to a lined rectan ...
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Now Playing: How to Develop Language Learning Activities Based on Popular Movies

Now Playing: How to Develop Language Learning Activities Based on Popular Movies

Do your students love American movies? My students always do. They often watch movies in either the theater or on television, either way expecting a double benefit. The first is that movies are entertaining. If they weren’t movies wouldn’t make money like they do. The second reason is ESL students watch movies as a way to practice their English skills. Watching a movie requires grammatical k ...
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10 Questions to Ask before Deciding on English Only vs. Bilingual Instruction

10 Questions to Ask before Deciding on English Only vs. Bilingual Instruction

When you are an English teacher and particularly when your students are absolute beginners, you may find that teaching in English is a real challenge. How can you teach in one language when your students don’t know any of that language? No doubt it is one of the most challenging situations any ESL teacher will face. At that point, teaching in their first language sure looks like the best option. B ...
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There"s Strength in Numbers: 4 No-fail Tips for Increasing TOEIC Scores

Theres Strength in Numbers: 4 No-fail Tips for Increasing TOEIC Scores

They put in hours of studying. They take practice tests. They ask questions and diligently memorize English grammar. Your students do all these things for one reason: to get a good score on their standardized English exams. Whether they are taking the TOEFL, the TOEIC, or the IELTS, your students want to get a good score. It can mean the difference between their dream school and a less than ideal educat ...
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Calm Amid the Storms: 6 Tips for Dealing with Emotional Students

Calm Amid the Storms: 6 Tips for Dealing with Emotional Students

A classroom can be an intense and challenging place in which to work. ESL classrooms, in particular, often bring into sharp focus the kind of cultural issues and socio-economic differences which can give rise to arguments, as well as a huge range of religious views and their detractors. Tensions can erupt over perceived differences in level or achievement, and a host of other personal factors play a rol ...
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