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Contents: 2 min Speed 4 corners ABC back drawing Angry Gorilla Ball throw Balloon Gameand more ....Have access to the full content ... Read more
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This is a quick, no-prep vocabulary review game. Use the PowerPoint to show the winning BINGO pattern for each round. Students can make the grid and write the vocabulary words on their notebook or you may use the BINGO card template in the download page. ... Read more
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Free online blended games for the classroom using YOUR content Think Kahoot but with strategy and different types of games. Plus, all you need is a projector to play, not a bunch of tech. Sign-up for free today and start playing!www.blendedplay.com ... Read more
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Grasp Language Community on #Slack is a hub for free content related to ESL and Chinese language learning/teaching. It's also a place to discuss all things language-related. Check us out now! ... Read more
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Let's start a discussion on your experience with your current employer. Please write what company you currently work for and where it is located (city, country). Write some comments about your experience. Would you recommend others to work there? What are the pros and cons? ... Read more
  • vahid My current employer is Tutor Doctor, I do french tutoring in this company, also I am self-employed and I have my own students teaching them french language. Sometimes, I tutor English as well especially for the newcomers and students who are somehow weak in their English. Location of the company is in Toronto, Canada. A great part of my experience is related to the education, I have my PhD from Europe and a teaching certificate from Canada. In Canada I had always the opportunity to teach different types of subjects for the students in all ages. Farsi Toronto School is the place that I have met many students in different grads seeking to learn french. Yes, I recommend definitely others to work there. Pro are friendly environment, well known school, and no Cons
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This classroom activity is great for teaching vocabulary. It works particularly well if there is a big selection of vocabulary. ... Read more
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Lesson plans outline what you are planning to do in each lesson you teach. It is important for you to follow your lesson plans so that your classes go smoothly. If you do not make a lesson plan your teaching can suffer and your students will also notice. It is easy to spot a nervous teacher, it is e ... Read more
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It does not matter where or who you are teaching, being able to manage your class is an important skill. It contributes to being a successful ESL teacher. As an ESL teacher you will be faced with language barriers that can cause problems in the class. If you have good classroom management skills y ... Read more
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It might be difficult to think of things you need to make an ESL class more fun and engaging. Especially if you are a new teacher, finding new tools to use in the classroom can be a challenge. Below are 4 ESL teaching tools that can be used in any classroom. 1. Music Using music is a great way to g ... Read more
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 In every ESL class there is a time to be serious and a time to have fun. It is important to find the correct balance between the two. To do this you can use game. Games and other fun activities are an important part of an ESL classroom. Games can be used as a warm up, during the lesson (to give the ... Read more
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There are many free resources that ESL teachers can use in the classroom. Using newspapers is one of the easiest ways to engage your students. Newspapers deal in what's happening now, providing motivation for reading and discussion. The activities are extremely flexible and adaptable. They also con ... Read more
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Sometimes it does not matter how much you plan a lesson it just might not work. There are so many things that you cannot predict in an ESL class. You might have students who are at varying levels inside of one level. Therefore it is always a good idea to be prepared in the event that your lesson flo ... Read more
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Most time you are told how to be a good ESL teacher and what to do to be a good teacher. However, no one ever talks about the things you shouldn’t do. There is a long list of things that it is recommended that ESL teachers do not do or say to their students. Below are 5 of the top things to not do a ... Read more
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There are many challenges that new teachers face, it might not be so easy a job at first. One of the hardest things for new teachers can be to build a rapport or relationship with your students. It is hard when you are excited about a lesson and your students are not. Engaging students takes some ti ... Read more
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Do I need a degree to teach English abroad? The simple answer is no – you do not need a degree to teach English abroad. Unfortunately, the reality isn’t as simple as this.Understand Work Visa Requirements to Teach EnglishAs you search for jobs on the Internet looking for English teachers, you will c ... Read more
  • Lerina China have changed their Work Visa requirements - you do need a Degree