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How to Teach English – English Language Teaching Articles

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By learning how to teach English you can become much more efficient and successful. This section is here to give you all the tips and advice you need to truly and effectively help your students.

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U.S. School Discipline (High School)

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This worksheet is a great way to talk about differences between the U.S. school environment and a foreign school. The students work on their own or with a partner for the warm-up and then discuss what they came up with.

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Disconnecting from The Matrix: 6 Methods for Reducing Student Cellphone Use

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I had an unsettling experience this week.
In an old teaching file, I found a photo from 2006 of one of my multi-national classes, busily working on something in groups.

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ESL Teachers Ask: How Can I Help Students Improve Listening?

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“Although listening is obviously just as important as reading, writing and speaking, I’ve come to realize I don’t really include listening as part of instruction or plan activities to intentionally practice listening only.

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How to Teach Students to Give Peers Feedback that Helps

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A couple of years ago, I started to hate peer review–that day in class where students brought in their papers and shared them with peers and offered guidance for revision.
Students took an inordinate time reading the papers.

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10 Easy Set Up Learning Centers for ESL Classrooms

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Learning centers are great for ESL students.
With just a little effort, you can set up independent learning areas around your classroom that your students use during free learning periods. They don’t have to be complicated to be valuable to your …

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A check-in at English Language Teaching

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A check-in (Assesment and Evaluation in ELT (@ English Language Teaching w/ @smyyyldz @altnyldzemine @asliakyuz @tinaatasi) http://t.co/VPQDG3eh3X)

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Good English Language Teachers Are Those Who…

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In this post, I would like to raise a question that I believe is an important one for all teachers, regardless of language status or racial or ethnic origin: What makes a good language teacher? Or to put it in another way: What are …

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Reading Comprehension – Alexander Graham Bell

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Alexander Graham Bell was born on the 3rd March, 1847. Teach your students some interesting facts about one of the most famous inventors of all time with this reading comprehension.

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12 activities to integrate pronunciation

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Pronunciation is the ugly sister of language teaching, coming way behind vocabulary and grammar. It deserves a higher profile. Here are 12 short, easy activi…

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