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Cultural Sensitivity in the ClassroomCultural sensitivity is one of the most important aspects of teaching in a foreign classroom or of teaching to a diverse class of students...
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Highly Recommended TESOL
Building Confidence in StudentsBuilding confidence in your students is one of the most important things when you are a teacher...
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Highest TESOL Program
Problems for Learners in ItalyOver the past year, I was fortunate enough to have lived, traveled, and taught across Italy...
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Highest TESOL Course
Establishing rapportEach one of us has good or bad memories of our teachers...
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Highest TESOL Center
Problems for learners in KoreaMany english learners in different countries face different obstacles while trying to learn english...
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Higher TESOL Programs
Dictionary TrainingI mentioned in an earlier lesson that I carry a dictionary with me wherever I go...
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Higher TESOL Courses
Classroom managementIn order to manage classrooms effectively, a teacher must be able to handle a range of variables...
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Good TESOL School
Song in the ClassroomThe teachers of Hachigata elementary school recently spent an entire year studying the best ways to teach english to their students...
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Good TESOL Diploma
Motivation in the ClassroomThere are numerous articles, books and research papers to be found that deal with the topic of motivation as a contributing factor in the success of an EFL classroom...
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Good TESOL Certificate
Teaching Skills in the ClassroomAfter reading Unit 1 and Unit 3 of the course materials, as well as the article titled, "TESOL ARTICLES: Learning Teaching Skills," from www...
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Globally Accredited TESOL
Foreign Language Experience Growing up in the Philippines, I have acquired three languages --- Filipino, english, and Bisaya fairly well...
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Global TESOL Lessons
Building Confidence In Students Having confidence is like having a new car...
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Global TESOL Classes
Discipline in the classroomAs a teacher, one of the most interesting, yet challenging part of teaching is maintaining discipline in the classroom...
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Global TESOL
Things I wish I'd known before starting the courseThroughout my course, there were multiple things that I wish I'd known before starting...
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Getting TESOL Certificate
Problems for learners in ItalyI have been living In Florence, Italy for about five years...
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Common problems of learning english as a second language for native french speakers...
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Genuine TESOL Programs
Discipline in the ClassroomMy personal weakness as a teacher is to be too relaxed in discipline especially at the beginning, so the class can get out of hand quickly...
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Genuine TESOL Courses
Why Complete a TEFL CourseI am so glad that this question was an option for a research article as I found that I was asking myself this question, and others were asking me this question as well...
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Genuine TESOL Centers
Motivating StudentsEven the best teacher has days when their students just won’t pay attention...
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Gain TESOL Diploma
Teaching Slang and IdiomsTeaching slang and idiom is not only important to allow students to be able to communicate in a real world situation, but it can have a positive effect on motivation because students have a desire to communicate with native speakers and, as Lieb states, ‘…it offers both relevancy and authenticity…If students feel that what they are studying is relevant to their everyday lives, and usable when communicating with native speakers, they will be more motivated to study…Its more colourful and descriptive terminology…[and] engages minds through humour, sarcasm and cynicism...
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Fulltime TESOL Lessons
Teaching slang and idiomsIf a teacher gives two hoots about making sure their students can have fluent conversations in english then they would be muppets if they overlooked the importance of idioms and slang...
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Fulltime TESOL Classes
Managing equipment and teaching aidsThere are so many factors that contribute to understanding and effective learning...
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Fulltime TESOL
Teaching ESL versus EFLTeaching english as a Second language (ESL) and teaching english as a foreign language (EFL) are two distinctly different undertakings and should therefore involve slightly different teaching principles and practices...
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Formation TESOL Diploma
Motivation in the classroomWhen a class is in progress, it is important that the teacher and the student are motivated...
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Flexible TESOL Programs
Linguistic learning Have you ever wondered why the student sitting next to you can get all the word problems in math correct, or why some students are better at writing than others? Well, the most probable answer is that they are Linguistic learners...
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Flexible TESOL Courses
Culturally Sensitive ClassroomIn Japan, it is the ultimate faux-pas to blow your nose in public...
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Flexible TESOL Centers
Motivating studentsThere are many ways to motivate students to learn and participate in the classroom leading to increased students success...
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Fee Weekend TESOL
Pronunciation Problems in BrazilThe purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the common difficulties native speakers of brazilian Portuguese have when learning to correctly speak english...
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New Technology in the ClassroomAs I was throwing around ideas for this independent research article, I had some trouble coming up with a topic...
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english as a Global LanguageAs years have passed english has become even more popular in countries throughout the world...
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Teaching GroupsTeaching groups of students can be very rewarding and it brings certain sets of challenges...
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Classroom managementClassroom management presents one of the most difficult challenges to teachers, and it becomes an even greater challenge when a foreign language is involved...
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Fee Residential TESOL
Teaching Beginner Students The teaching of beginner students can be very challenging but ultimately very rewarding...
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Fee Recognised TESOL
British english vs American EnglishEnglish is the first language of over 375 million people, most of whom live in great britain (61 million) and America (215 million)...
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Teaching Slang and IdiomsLearning english is challenging in and of itself, but learning a dictionary full of words is not enough to really understand it because native english speakers colour their speech with a myriad of slang words and idioms...
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Differences when teaching one to one or groupsThere are so many differences when it comes to teaching private lessons to teaching groups...
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Fee Inexpensive TESOL
Classes of Mixed AbilityIn an ESL/EFL classroom, it is often that a teacher will encounter students at varying levels...
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Fee Global TESOL
Multiple IntelligenceThe theory of multiple intelligence was developed in the early 80s by Howard Gardner, a developmental psychologist and professor of Cognition and Education at Harvard University...
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Discipline in the ClassroomI was being lead down a second floor corridor by the school principal, a person whom I’d just met and who was rambling along in a language I could barely understand when suddenly a door to my right was flung open...
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