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Materials and activities take an important part of most English teaching programs. They are relevant issues of the educational process and teachers rely on a whole range of activities to support a good teaching performance. From textbooks to videos, audio CDs or any sort of support materials, we always need them to guide our students in any context. Although there is a great set of English language teaching materials commercially available, many teachers continue to desi
If you have ever been in a classroom environment, you will know that there are times when it is a nightmare. The students won't be listening, they will be chatting over you and if you have younger students, then there could even be screaming. On those days, teachers are more likely to go home and feel like pulling their hair out, rather than having a sense of helping people and achievement. They will probably feel like giving up. If the teacher is new, then this could
Crossword puzzles are not just played by individuals or families who are up for a challenge. They are also used by teachers who have acknowledged the possibilities these puzzles offer. The Internet, which already provides online versions of the game as well as programs that allow you to make your own has even made it easier for teachers to use crosswords as learning tools for students.
When you want to deliver a survey to a group of people, such as a body of students, it is necessary to remember that this is just like giving a speech. You will want to introduce yourself and your mission to them so that they will be familiar with you and your means. An introduction is always important, so that you will gain familiarity with your students and their parents to help them feel secure about participating in your survey.
Here are ten relatively simple ideas that you could easily use in your next class (assuming you already have a Word Wall):
Do we - English language teachers - get more varied resources satisfying the needs of niche learning groups?