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The way you organise your room (where the boards, screens, desks, your table are) can go a long way to setting up an environment for learning and good discipline. Even if it is not your permanent room, you may be able to negotiate with the "owner" changes to the room that will be more to your liking. At worst, you might rearrange the room for each lesson with the help of a group of students at the start and end of the lesson. Keep the following in mind: 1. You must have clear, easy access to your boards and your table. 2. Arrange the students' desks to suit your teaching style or rearrange the
If you're a student who has an iPad and are interested in some apps that you can use to stay organized throughout your school year, pay close attention here. There are literally hundreds of back-to-school apps available for the iPad. Choosing the best apps to stay organized can be overwhelming. But don't worry. We've found five powerful applications that can help you learn faster, keep track of your assignments and stay on top of your class. Download them ASAP to your
Classrooms of the 21st century need to be much more flexible in design and efficiency than the traditional K-12 classrooms of the past or present. Concepts like visualization space, fabrication space and presentation space demand a total reengineering of traditional ideas.
Mixed-up or jumbled sentences has long been a common, effective method used by ESL teachers around the world to test their students' ability to rearrange a series of words and correctly form them into a sentence. In my experience, most students dislike having to do this. They often find it difficult and hard to comprehend. It is also quite boring for them.
Flash cards remain one of the best tools for memorizing and learning information. The most common way to create flashcards is to use paper index cards.
Do we - English language teachers - get more varied resources satisfying the needs of niche learning groups?