When we decide to teach adults, the awareness, as well as comprehension of whom we teach and what we learn, is essential here. 1) Adults do not want to waste the time. Some adults take language courses because of a job requirement while others have their particular goal to attain (such as a […]
The Global Scale of English: A new solution that’s off the scale The Global Scale of English (GSE), the world’s first truly global English language standard, will allow you to measure progress accurately and easily. Our ultimate ambition is to provide learners – wherever they are in the world – with the answers to these […]
Here you can find a list of our post which look at various methods and principles of English language teaching. Below the posts from this blog, you can also find links to articles by other bloggers… Source: Methods and Principles Important READING.
For Online Teachers Online Teaching and Tutoring Job Searching Tips WHAT online teaching is and it’s required skills. Exactly like a traditional teacher, an online teacher must be equipped with certain characteristics that set him/her apart from his/her competitors. To be great in her/his profession or professional life, he/she needs to be equipped with a […]
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Imagine yourself in classroom. Where you are observing a teacher and her students. You watch the lesson that she is teaching. Scan the room. Look at the students. See the behavior of each student that corresponds to what is happening in the lesson. Are students engaging? Do they do what they…
Conventional methods of learning English exemplify passive learning with a limited success rate. Active Training of English Skills is much more effective than passive learning. Disadvantages of Passive Language Learning The major weakness of passive learning is that it splits the language into different components – reading, writing, listening, grammar, and pronunciation – which you […]
Donald Freeman is a professor of education at the University of Michigan, where he works with undergraduate and post‐graduate teacher preparation in all subjects K‐12. Today, he joins us to preview… Source: How we think as (language) teachers