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Creative Ways to Teach English

Creative Ways to Teach English

We all know droning on about the fundamentals of parts of speech can put anybody to sleep. Students will find anything to distract themselves and others if the teacher bores them. Not only will they not pay attention but they won’t remember your lesson when they need to.

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Learn From your Students

Learn From your Students

We often think that the role of a teacher is to impart wisdom and knowledge, but it’s easy to forget that learning goes both ways. Children can be our greatest teachers if we are willing to let them.

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Pronunciation Issues for Chinese ESL Learners

Pronunciation Issues for Chinese ESL Learners

English is a tough language for anyone to learn. While every ESL learner has his or her own unique challenges with the language’s sounds, spelling, and generally nonsensical grammar rules, there are certain challenges that you’ll find are more common than others.

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Top 10 Questions New ESL Teachers Have

Top 10 Questions New ESL Teachers Have

If you have decided to teach ESL abroad, there are bound to be a lot of questions running through your mind. It is important to ask as many questions as you think are necessary, but some questions are more important than others. Whether you are already getting to know your students or just applying for your visa, here are answers to some of the top questions that new ESL teachers have.

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for ESL Teachers

5 New Year’s Resolutions for ESL Teachers

With each near year comes new goals and aspirations. All of us aiming to become a better version of ourselves than last year. As we usher in 2016 we should take some time to really think about who we want to become and ponder the steps we can take to get there.

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Build Rapport in Your Class

Build Rapport in Your Class

It can be a rough couple of weeks when you start in a completely new classroom but building rapport with your students will benefit both you and them. It can be nerve-wracking for both the student and the teacher at the beginning of a new semester, but here are some tips to build rapport with your new classroom.

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Improving Pronunciation in Your ESL Students

Improving Pronunciation in Your ESL Students

We’ve all experienced the frustration of talking to someone who clearly has a good working knowledge of English but still seems almost unintelligible. Maybe you’ve been that person, too, struggling to master the unfamiliar sounds of a foreign language.

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Cultural Differences that Affect the Classroom in Taiwan

Cultural Differences that Affect the Classroom in Taiwan

As teachers, all of us bring something of ourselves to the classroom, which comes from our socio-economic, cultural, education, and familial backgrounds. These experiences that we bring can create amazingly positive effects in the classroom and can, at times, create tension as well. In this article, I will detail a couple of the cultural differences between Western teaching styles and styles I have seen in Taiwan.

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