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Teaching grammar is an imperative element of school education. Without proper grammar, written or spoken words usually lose their exact meaning and much of their value as well. It is a significant part of language to get right for which, teachers take special care on imparting the real importance of it to their students. However, the task becomes much tough to teach in an ESL setting. One common way is to focus on the different forms and rules and helping students to l
If you have a choice of essay topics, then choose the one that is most interesting to you. If none of the topics interest you, then choose the topic that you think will be the easiest. There are many different topics that form concepts as part of a course of study. When reading the list of essay questions/ topics you will know which one is the easiest and most interesting because it is the one that you remember after reading and found the easiest to read. Analyse the e
CELTA is one of two internationally recognised TEFL(teaching English as a foreign language – link) certificates (the other being Trinity Cert. TESOL - link) . It is the ideal qualification for anyone looking to start teaching English as a foreign language. CELTA is also good for people looking to change career or build up their C.V.
Joanne Elliot outlines several activities for using groups to teach children. Activities include cultural charades, word association, and memory momentum.
This article will show how an activity can be modified to encourage the four kinds of classroom language (requests, choices, leadership, and manners and values) described in part 1.
Classroom language is that collection of phrases used for communication among teacher and students, from "Open your books to page fifteen" to "May I go to the bathroom?" While emphasis is usually placed primarily on the target language, classroom language, too, can be an invaluable way of promoting English as real communication, student involvement in the lesson, and active language learning skills.